This is my first post here, so hello Forum!
The discussion I would like to start is about stop-loss.
I do have a fairly good grasp of the game (roulette) and am no novice, but the idea or practical application of stop-loss leaves me wanting, and in need of expert advice.
I should point out that I am a system player, so some here would say doomed from the start, and that’s ok, but even so, is there some kind of practical formula that you can clock in different parameters that will result in an effective stop-loss guide for any individual method?
The method I play is usually very stable, and generally creeps northward session after session. However there will occasionally be times when the variance decides to be totally uncooperative and at these times SOUTH is the only direction the bankroll can go.
At times even advantage players need to contend with an unruly variance, so when this happens, how far south should we allow it to go?