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Jesper

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Experiment with progressions continues.
« on: February 06, 2017, 05:39:55 AM »

Start with 10000 bank (100 Euro).

Trying a kind of breadwinner method.
Stay static on LOW and increase one every ten bet until plus in balance. This kind of play is done a lot of time. Still is the progression the method many think can fix the problem of the odds is stacked against. If we can despite we losing some more spins than winning, we can win more on the winning spins as the losing. The same thinking is behind D'Alembert method, which is proved not working well. This goes also for the classical breadwinner, or most of progression methods.

It took 223 spins to reach 30 units,
the highest bet was 5 units, which means it took about 50 spin just winning a couple.

So this session could e played at any casino 30 plus should be OK.

They say if a player can leave a casino 300 times with one unit plus regardless the dominion it can be 1 dollar, that player belongs to the 5% winning most, as the wast number of players are negative during such a timeframe.

I will when I got time run a lot more.


 
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Re: Experiment with progressions continues.
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2017, 06:17:26 AM »
Around 200 spins later gave 31 units.  Even if this method should win slowly, I think few will use it for long. Winning should not e so boring!  ::)
 

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Re: Experiment with progressions continues.
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2017, 10:48:04 AM »
It took 223 spins to reach 30 units,
the highest bet was 5 units, which means it took about 50 spin just winning a couple.

This works out at about 1 unit every seven spins, which is the target I aim for when playing the even chances. It might not seem much but if you can do it consistently and at the same time keep the stakes reasonably low  ( < 10-15 units), then that's your holy grail.

 
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Re: Experiment with progressions continues.
« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2017, 01:14:12 PM »
I think we should be striving for an average of at least 1 unit profit per spin, although realistically as system players we can't really hope for much more.
 

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Re: Experiment with progressions continues.
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2017, 01:42:31 PM »
Around 200 spins later gave 31 units.  Even if this method should win slowly, I think few will use it for long. Winning should not e so boring!  ::)

 Counting to ten  I find extremely boring! So allow me to suggest something easier:
Simply raise your bet IF A LOW SERIES DID NOT DO THE TRICK. Such a sequence, say two or more in a row, can in avarage be seen within ten spins anyway.
 

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Re: Experiment with progressions continues.
« Reply #5 on: February 06, 2017, 01:46:43 PM »

 Counting to ten  I find extremely boring!

Wow, I must have counted to ten at least 100 times this morning while watering the garden.
 

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« Reply #6 on: February 06, 2017, 01:55:42 PM »
Seeing as this thread is about experimenting with progressions, I'd like to contribute my own experimental culmination.
Here is my current progression across the table layout.
Anything with 1 unit bets is on inside positions only; pleins & sixlines.
Anything with 2, 3, or 4 unit bets is on inside & outside positions; dozens & columns, pleins & sixlines.
Anything with 5 through to 20 unit bets is on inside & outside positions; EC’s, dozens & columns, pleins & sixlines.

My win goal is constant at +12 units. *Subject to bankroll conditions.
Applied and managed correctly this progression is to random what St. George is to Dragons.

123
123
123  option to go 4
123 option to go 4
246
246
246 option to go 8
246 option to go 8
246
246
246 option to go 8
246 option to go 8
369
369
369 option to go 12
369 option to go 12
369
369
369 option to go 12
369 option to go 12
369
369
369 option to go 12
369 option to go 12
4 8 12
4 8 12
4 8 12 option to go 16
4 8 12 option to go 16
4 8 12
4 8 12
4 8 12 option to go 16
4 8 12 option to go 16
4 8 12
4 8 12
4 8 12 option to go 16
4 8 12 option to go 16
4 8 12
4 8 12
4 8 12 option to go 16
4 8 12 option to go 16
5 10 15
5 10 15
5 10 15 option to go 20
5 10 15 option to go 20
5 10 15
5 10 15
5 10 15 option to go 20
5 10 15 option to go 20
5 10 15
5 10 15
5 10 15 option to go 20
5 10 15 option to go 20
5 10 15
5 10 15
5 10 15 option to go 20
5 10 15 option to go 20
5 10 15
5 10 15
5 10 15 option to go 20
5 10 15 option to go 20

It’s good to share one’s treasure. J

 
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Re: Experiment with progressions continues.
« Reply #7 on: February 06, 2017, 02:32:06 PM »
133 bets near all 1 unit max three.
 
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