1.) Prevent your opponent(the bank) from making you play his game, the style of play he prefers.
2.) Prevent yourself from playing his game.
3.) Prevent him from preventing your making him play your game.
4.) Make him play your game.
You are repeating 4 times the same thing in different words, that's not so clever.
So how do we prevent the bank from making us play his game?
If casinos wanted their clients to bet in specific way or to prevent them betting in a particular way, there would be already such rule in place.
Or do you mean to bet opposite from what's happening?
Why don't you say casino instead of bank?
We are not talking about the bank of America neither a bank of a river.
Does that mean we use a positive progression instead of a negative progression because a negative progression chases our previous losses and that is what the bank wants?
Who told you that? How did you arrive to that conclusion?
Did you discussed with a casino owner or a casino's staff and told you that we want gamblers to use negative progressions??
Are positive progressions better? Why?
Do you think that a win after a win is more possible than a win after a loss?
Do wins and loses occur in a specific order?
Do we play the outside instead of the inside bets because the odds are much better for us on the outside and the inside benefits the house?
Who told you that?
To win more times because you are betting ''outside'' sections doesn't make ýou winner, according your reasoning is even better to bet on 30 numbers with High and 1st dozen for example, but of course couldn't be farer from the truth.
It's the ratio between wins and loses in regards with the payout of your selection which could make you winner.
These were some of the thoughts and ideas I was pondering this afternoon. I would be interested to hear your prospective on this.
Keep on thinking...!