Martingale is the oldest and most reinvented way of trying beat the game. There is the up on lose and up on win. Both are not easy to work with. It is a slow win and a big loss, or small loss and big win, In both cases it is profitable if we win more than lose. It happens seldom for long.
A smarter way is:
Use a table with no house advantages, like NOZ.
Do not use negative marty.
If we use a positive progression like Martingale, we have problem with limits, how far should we go.
My advice is using a positive aggressive method. We will not have long streaks winning very often.
We start with one unit, and if we win and are break even or plus we stand at one.
If we lose we NEVER progress.
If we are not back in balance we progress Grand Martingale style.
We pay a chip a spin until we are on track.
That is better than plain Marty, as four wins is 1 3 7 15 instead of 1 2 4 8, a better recover rate.
We check and as Oscars Grind we never bet more than winning one.
It may sometimes take a while to reach new high. We can lose as we are back 100 units, which is 100 spins
without a streak of 6. The likehood is 1 to 32 on NOZ.
It may be some I have not seen here, but I have not lost a session. Been close to it but that is because of TIME limit at NOZ.
We can lose, but not too often