Very nice. I must say I am quite not familiar with positive progression systems.
When you say a 4 strike allows us +12 profit and a loss of 12 times, obviously you u mean that you won all 4 bets and quit after the 4th bet. You treat streaks like losses and flat bet unless you win.
-35 flat betting, lol ya that is quite horrendous.
I suppose that I should go back and score my entire 80 bet history and see what I would have accomplished. This will help build my skill in positive progressions.
Reyth i will share one last thing - after that i will shut up for my own best - so not all members start to rape the casinos around the world. Have you ever look at your testing reversal or back to back results.
For example lets say you test 300 spins sampels flat betting or using positive progression, then sooner or later you get a file that goes down at hell from the beginning of your 300 spins sample.
But read this over and over again, the other 95% sampels will have a win and reversal or back to back.
That means that your sampel will show plus results and minus results and then again plus result or break even results - at average flat betting certain length you will get two to three reversal or back to back results, so if you win +2 units flat betting or using positive progression and thinking to quit, then you know that you have 2 or 3 reversal in front of you, so you could aim for another +2 units or break even once more as you have 2 to 3 reversal or back to back as expectation.
So when you test positive progression with two, three or four steps - look at the reversal for each sampel and get the average peak, so if you don't reach you win goal with your first attempt, then you could push for one more, as you know your expectation of reversal or back to back.
It can look like this - plus 5 then later minus 4 then again plus 2 then later minus 1 and then again plus 0 before you get minus 20 and no more reversal or back to back.
Most sampels with testing has reversals and back to back results, that is better then negative recovery progressions that only make a deeper hole in your bankroll.