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#### Jesper

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##### Playing a few straight ups.
« on: March 12, 2017, 07:29:55 PM »

Straight up bets.
We can play a few straight up bets, and
if we hit the pay out is rather good.

Sometimes I run 37 spins, bet at start on an EC, until a number repeat. Then we play that number with one unit.
We add every number hitting twice. It use to be 3 to 9 numbers after the 37 spins we run.

If we hit a single, we divide the 37 chips paid out between the numbers. On a hit next spin we should be on plus.

When we reach 37 spins and have not won we continue to
bet the numbers hitted before with one unit until we get a hit. This time we add a chip to the hitted number, and continue play, until new high or stop loss.
(we can use a progression instead of just one unit).
We are not extending the numbers played at this stage.

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#### jekhb76

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##### Re: Playing a few straight ups.
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2017, 07:44:46 PM »
Hi Jesper,

This is the Pivot method. I'ts focus is on the repeating pattern of a number. I'm testing it now on a different angle.
only the number that hits twice within 10 spins from each other qualifys. if you get a repeater with a larger cap then 10 spins, skip that repeater. If one of the pivots is hit, we then look if we are in profit or not.
When we are we start again from the beginning and wait until we get our first pivot again. don't continue with the last numbers, start fresh.
I will post my first results soon in a new topic.

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#### Jesper

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##### Re: Playing a few straight ups.
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2017, 07:58:17 PM »
This is used very long, but as two different methods, I have put them together, and it is not bad. Sometimes a number runs often for days.  The second part I have used for hundreds of sessions.  On a NOZ it is even "hard to lose".

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#### MrPerfect.

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##### Re: Playing a few straight ups.
« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2017, 10:09:24 PM »
No numbers do hit for no reason. When someone spends some time into multivariable analysis,  he starts to see these reasons very clearly.
If wanna hunt numbers, go multivariate! !!

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