1. When you have a working method/system, again, the more you play, the more you should win.
2. If your method/system works, then you should stop playing accountant. Stop thinking in terms of "one session" and consider all sessions within a month combined as one ongoing session. (Yes, you still need to keep records.) Your goal though is to play for as long as possible as long as the playing conditions are good. Focus on the game, not the accounting. A losing session is irrelevant. It's no different than a losing spin in the big picture.
3. HOWEVER.. If you're relying on variance to win, then you need to quickly realize that you're just gambling! You are relying on luck to win and you should quit whenever you can get ahead (Follow John Patrick's advice.)
Yours is a viewpoint, Real, nothing more so stop telling me that I MUST do as you say. I have proved you wrong before.
1] I actually agree with you here ,Real. When I first started betting my current method I sat at a table for 100/111 spins. I won more units than I did when I compared it to Hit and Run
but the losses when they came were greater than with Hit and Run and also needed a higher bankroll. So I changed to Hit and Run.
2 ) The REALITY is that
a) I am not aiming to be a Roulette Professional or to win thousands but NOT TO LOSE .Doing that proves you and others wrong when you categorically state that we MUST lose.
b) I concentrate “ in playing the game” and am not interested in whether or not I may win or lose in some unspecified future.
c )As I have said before, I use a derivative of the Nine Block so am not relying SOLELY on variance but, unlike you, I am aware that it can play havoc with any method- even your beloved AP.I think mathematicians would agree with me here.
I think that what we call luck is variance at play.If you don’t agree what do you think luck is ?