Sure:

1-2-2-

2-2-4

4-4-8

8-8-16

16-16-32

32-32-64

Now, Palestis originally played this by the following: if you are not at least tied with your previous high when you win, you RESTART the level you are on.

So, for example, if you are on the 4th betting level (8-8-16), and you WIN, but you have not at least broken even with your previous high (i.e., 4 units away from break even), you restart the betting with an 8 unit bet from the same level 4 (8-8-16).

This is risky to me, because we are risking way more than we should (risking 8 units to win 4, and winning 16 units when we only need 4), because if a bad streak starts here it will raise our bets very quickly and puts us closer to bust on a smaller bankroll

(or table limit).

My modification is the following:

**However many units we are away from a tie with our previous high, we DIVIDE by 2 and start at the level that begins with THAT amount.**

**Example #1:**

Let's say we won on the 4th betting level. We are 4 units away from break even. We DIVIDE 4 by 2, and get **2**. So, we drop to the level that begins with a 2 unit bet (2-2-4). So, we would begin the next betting at level 2 instead of level 4.

**Example #2:**

We are at level 7 and win. If we are 12 units below our last high (meaning we are 12 units away from a tie with our previous high point in the game), we divide 12 by 2 and get 6. There is no level that begins with 6, so we go **UP** the progression and play the next closest one, which would be **8** (not 4). So, we begin the next bet with an 8-8-16 progression (Level 4).

**Example #3:**

Let's say we win at level 3 (4-4-8), and after we divide by 2, we get 8! **We do NOT start at a higher betting level than the level we are currently on**. So, in this case, we would still begin with a **4** unit bet (not 8 units), which would mean we start betting at Level 3.

This helps prevent the progression from getting out of control in the case of a bad streak.