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Truth of mm philosophy???
« on: June 04, 2015, 04:04:31 AM »
in short, have a money management that=

cut-loss per session=X
win single session =half of X.
thus every season losses, may recoup by winning two or three session.

if three winning season failed to recoup a single session losses,
 you're long term loser!

if three or less winning season  recoup a single session losses,
 you're long term winner!

what say u?



 

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Re: Truth of mm philosophy???
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2015, 05:18:19 AM »
I would expect winning streaks and losing streaks to surpass those limits?
 

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Re: Truth of mm philosophy???
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2015, 09:49:54 AM »
Hi,

Theoretically, based on the roulette payouts, the game is designed to even itself out.
In short the risk/reward of each and any progression is THEORETICALLY absolutely balanced.
It is extremely difficult to devise a system that would mathematically (ie. theoretically) produce an advantage to the player)
If you use straight mathematics to calculate the risk reward etc. you will see that everything evens out in the long term (ignoring the zero)

However it is a little more possible to create a strategy that would give a practical advantage.
 
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Re: Truth of mm philosophy???
« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2015, 10:43:52 AM »
As long we are of the lucky side, we can play, the worse theoretical downdrown we will never see, as the bankroll has limit. Only sky has no limit, and the casino limit is high, they deal with many at the same time, got some better odds.

To "even out"  for sure on Nz will take long time and a bankroll hard to get. We will lose or win in practical play.
 
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Re: Truth of mm philosophy???
« Reply #4 on: April 13, 2017, 01:20:56 AM »


  weird, 
the truth of your philosophy is one that makes sens to me.
I dont want to have to play more then 3 winning sessions to recoup a loss.
it may not sound like a lot of winning but winning is winning. long term play winning 4 out of 5 is very profitable.
I can lose 20% of the time and make out pretty good.
it is no longer my interest to have a system that promiss a 99% winning average and then you lose too much that you need 20 or 30 wins to make up.

every time I play those types of systems it never failed to lose way earlier then expected and blow my bankroll in no time.
good post, even know it is a old one. I agree with the idea.
Rinad
 
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