your bet MUST pass at least 30 sessions in profit of 100 placed bets each in order to be considered as a winner.
What you described is not a manufactured bet.
Progressions are for losers.
The key is to increase the accuracy on the bets.
its true that a system who comes out in front flat betting , could be described as a winner. that doesnt mean progression are for losers. thats a one sided view. It's just a like a doubled edged sword. Progression can drop your bankroll faster, but can lift your winnings faster two, you just said , it's about the accuracy, if thats a problem that is solved, why wouldn't you use a positive progression. Everybody is different when it comes to gambling, so not everything would suite everbody. Even if a system looks profitable, which it probably wont, chances are high it wont even suite the way a gambler likes to play.
If fact you are calling everyone playing with progression a dumbass to put in blunt.
to be honest, i'm a trader, and its much easier to find an edge over the financial markets, then why should i botter with roulette?
many traders would dismiss at roulette, because its stupid trying to beat it. Traders tend to look down on gamblers, but i dont . you know why? cause the game itself intrigues me.
I dont like Ap , and maybe that is a stupid thought, because they are the only group , who tend to have profits in the long run.
But i see roulette as a gentlemens game. Tactics like Ap are not an option to me. I wanna beat the game fair and square. play it the way it is suppposed to be. and not by applying a way of play , that centers about beating the wheel. This is not how roulette is supposed to be played. To me there is nothing honorable of winning this way. But i wont call Ap players losers. Cause it is probably the only way, to make profit out of the game. History has thought us that system play doesn't work.
But thats just the beauty of it, against all odds, finding something that does work consistently, and that can handle sessions were variance is turning against you.