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Reyth

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Power Walk
« on: October 31, 2016, 02:20:57 AM »

We have all seen this method before but I find unique and quite effective is the approach to the inevitable deficit.

The basic method is very simple:

Bet the last number to appear with 1 unit until you get a hit

What I have found a very strong approach is the following:

When you get a hit, if your balance is not at a profit, raise all chips 1 unit and re-bet, following the main method, until in profit.

This turns the debt recovey into a kind of D'Alembert.  It also seems to identify sleeping numbers at which time hits start coming in repeatedly.

Try it out!


 
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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2016, 08:09:03 AM »
Yes, we have seen it before!  We have occupied every appearing number, like some mad president stepping all over too many foreign countries.  After each hit (without overall profit) it might be better to leave one number or other.
 

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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2016, 08:26:44 AM »
LOL.  But that's the amazing thing, this method thrives on the back end with all numbers present!
 

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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #3 on: November 03, 2016, 10:59:59 PM »
Hello. When do you reset the bets? Once you are in profit?
 
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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #4 on: November 04, 2016, 12:33:42 AM »
Yes.  At profit start over.  I then will do an "empty spin" and start betting what comes out. 

Even though it means earning less money, I think I like splits better here than SU numbers.  I like the idea of a split being both a repeater and a unique number so our bets are evenly distributed across the Law of the Third. 

If there is no valid split available (due to surrounding chips), play the number SU.
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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #5 on: November 04, 2016, 10:54:05 AM »
So if you win, and are not in profit you add one more chip to the numbers. So, if you had one chip on 32 4 17 6 21 36 2 28 11 0 36. Now you won, but are not in profit. Would you put 2 chips on 36 and continue or do you bet 2 chips on all the previous numbers aswell?
 

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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #6 on: November 04, 2016, 11:19:39 AM »
Yup 2 on all of them. :D
 
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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #7 on: November 09, 2016, 10:54:56 PM »
But wouldn't it in the end be so many number covered, that it won't help raising one chip?
 

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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #8 on: November 10, 2016, 11:27:31 AM »
I have gotten to a point to where the win amount is not very much but I haven't ever gotten to the point to where there was no profit.  I have thought that when that happens, its a good indication of a stop loss and a person could decide when to start over.
 
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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #9 on: November 10, 2016, 12:09:45 PM »
I will check it out Reyth. Thanks!
 

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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #10 on: November 10, 2016, 02:14:29 PM »
Ya maybe a system can be designed around it where a stop loss can be established and a rebetting method applied.

I like it because its easy and it earns well.
 

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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #11 on: November 10, 2016, 08:41:02 PM »
Made 20 units earlier. Last sequense ended up betting 3 units until a win. Was down 9 units prior, but decided to end it there pocketing 20 units. The biggest drawdown was 100 units. You obviously need a large bankroll. What about 200 unit bankroll stop loss? Even with smaller unit size you can win alot relatively fast.
 

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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #12 on: November 10, 2016, 08:43:34 PM »
Reyth, are you only playing roulette or  do you play baccarat as well?
 

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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #13 on: November 10, 2016, 09:45:38 PM »
Made 20 units earlier. Last sequense ended up betting 3 units until a win. Was down 9 units prior, but decided to end it there pocketing 20 units. The biggest drawdown was 100 units. You obviously need a large bankroll. What about 200 unit bankroll stop loss? Even with smaller unit size you can win alot relatively fast.

Ya, I forget the bankroll but it would have to be on the larger side.  On the stop loss, it should be based on statistics where the vast majority of the time the stop loss is not reached which will then allow recovery to take place with a larger unit size.

Sorry I am unable to recommend any specific numbers, I am working a different system currently. :(

Reyth, are you only playing roulette or  do you play baccarat as well?

I have come across a Bacc counting method (but I don't play):

0:35baccarat cards counting is usually done with a six-deck or a deck cards shoe
0:40now to learn how to count cards you do not need to be a mathematical genius or
0:46big head as the counting strategy as easy as it is with small numbers
0:50counting

0:51the county rules are as follows
0:54count one for every ace 2 or 3 dealt from the shoe
0:59count two for every four dealt from the shoe
1:02count - 1 for five seven or eight are dealt from the shoe
1:07count -2 when the six is dealt from the shoe
1:10count 0 when every king queen Jack 10 and 9 is dealt from the shoe
1:16and you need to keep counting as long as the game and Counting is done with one
1:20single card shoe
1:22and then the higher the number of the count is your odds of winning a player
1:26bet become now higher and higher
1:28once you have an account of 16 it is then better to place your wager on the
1:32player than on the banker and when it is lower than 16 keep betting on the banker

1:38time that's are too risky to place bets on unless that is what you are after
1:43card counting in baccarat is simple as that
1:47once a new car shoe is used then you need to start your counting system again
1:52the counting system is basically working like that
1:56by minor eating the cards which are no longer in the cards shoe and which ones
2:00remain
2:01you can then select your decision about which that will have more probabilities
2:06than the other
2:07by counting cards it is then logic to understand that the house edge and
2:11probabilities will depend of the cars left in the cards shoe when there are
2:16less fives
2:17sixes and AIDS the house edge will be in favor for the player area and then when
2:23there are less aces twos threes and fours in the car shoe then the house
2:28edge
2:29will favor for the banker instead of the player
2:32you just have to remember the counting system like shown as follow
2:37count one for every ace 2 or 3 dealt from the shoe
2:41count to four every four dealt from the shoe
2:44count - 11 to five seven or eight are dealt from the shoe
2:49count mine as to when the six is dealt from the show
2:53count 0 when every king queen Jack 10 and 9 is dealt from the show
2:59as a reminder in Bakura the player's hand will win 44 . sixty-two percent of
3:05the time
3:06the bankers hand will lose 45 . eighty-five percent of the time
3:11ties are rare but they happen the probability for a tie in baccarat is 9 .
3:16fifty three percent
3:18the winning odds for the banker or a little better than for the player
3:22just because the bankers hand is determined after the player's hand is
3:25drawn
3:26it is like basically that the banker knows what he has to be before deciding
3:31whether to draw a card
3:32however a player who wins a banker bad must pay a five percent commission to
3:37the casino
3:38and this evens the odds out a bit
3:41even with the five percent commission the baccarat house edge on banker bet is
3:46one . seventeen percent lower than the one . thirty-six percent on player bets
3:52note that player bets pays 121 and see the house age difference between player
3:57and banker
3:58just some interested facts about Bakura
4:01that was the expectations about the easy cards counting system in Bakura

 
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Re: Power Walk
« Reply #14 on: December 15, 2016, 07:28:00 PM »
Hello again Reyth. How's your system going?