Real on another place on the forum I have explained you in Jip and Janner language that special small events are together not a a large random row.!!!!!
So, I consider this knowledge to be quite important!
How is it that this difference can exist??
Why does this difference exist??
Is it true then that by playing small sessions we will get different results in the long term??
How do we divide between a small session and a long session?
What is the method whereby we can demonstrate this difference?
That's an excellent question and I'm going to try to explain my way of thinking.
If most of our bets won during a session, that session would be successful, if most of our sessions were successful, our long term would be profitable.
So everything comes down to each and every single bet, of course there are exceptions with high winning rate but not so profitable.
It's because some systems, like Martingale for example, are utilizing unbalanced and disproportional win and loss limits.
What if I win 100 times 10 units and lose 1 time 1024?? Would you call that good?!
As you see high winning rate is NOT the most important, BALANCE is the key factor.
In my opinion, using a balanced bet selection, with balanced risk versus reward ratio is the key to long term profit.
Next time, before you start creating a new system think about the following:
Frequency of successful bets multiplied by Payout of your selection, quite simple but fundamental formula!!