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The Master Of Pockets
« on: July 01, 2015, 08:10:48 PM »


Today I'm going to tell you what happens when you cannot learn from other people's mistakes, neither from yours.

Roulette mistake number 1:

Never buy a strategy/system/method which promises, directly or indirectly, to make you money!
Do I have to explain you why?!

Roulette mistake number 2:

If you think that a progression could change a loser strategy to a winning one, you couldn't be more far from the truth!
The most popular example is the infamous Martingale progression...just think about it for a while.
Why are you raising your bets when you lose?
Because you expect to win the following bets, that's the answer.
But if this was the case,then why not to expect some virtual loses first and after start to bet?
Wouldn't that be the same, of course! (with less profit/loss)
But would it help? Of course NOT!
When you expect to win with a certain order the only thing you are going to achieve is frustration in the end, mark my words!

Some times you have to turn the whole pocket inside out in order to realize what I mean, I hope this won't happen to you!
Let's summarize; Buying profit methods? Progressions? JUST FORGET ABOUT THEM!
Believe me, you would be much better without them, but if you are a fool and going to buy strategies and bet with progressions, then you could only blame yourself in the bitter end!

My warnings don't cost you a thing, so why am I trying to warn you?
Is it because I want your money? I don't think so.
It's because I've been walking in your shoes...



 

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Re: The Master Of Pockets
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2015, 08:31:02 PM »
Harry J recommends progressions, just the hit and run kind that are activated by triggers.  I agree with him that this appears to be the very best approach that we have to reliable profit.
 

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Re: The Master Of Pockets
« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2015, 09:37:17 AM »
Why are you raising your bets when you lose? [/size]Because you expect to win the following bets, that's the answer.

SSB does not wgar on the next result of the spin. SSB wagers that a random secence 0f 10 spins shall not repeat.
That chance is 0.097 %
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Re: The Master Of Pockets
« Reply #3 on: July 03, 2015, 05:42:21 PM »
  At one time I considered myself a bit of an expert on progressions. I came up with some novel and successful ideas. Eventually I realised that the harder you chase a target the more exposed you are to the casino's riposte. The casino has all the advantage it can afford to give you plenty of rope with which to hang yourself.

     I found that it was far better to keep the attack short. If you can't win in a couple of spins, look for another target.they can't keep beating every target you select. So press(increase) your bet on the new target. You may lose once or twice, but if your bet selection is any good they can't keep beating you. If you are playing the permanence from hell and lose 3 or 4 times in a row take a break. The casino isn't going anywhere, and the wheel will still be spinning away when you feel confident again.
 

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Re: The Master Of Pockets
« Reply #4 on: July 03, 2015, 05:56:33 PM »
There are some nice posts in this thread.

Blue Angel, I like your first picture, lol. Where I come from, they call that ''rabbits ears''.

I agree with Harryj

'' I found that it was far better to keep the attack short. If you can't win in a couple of spins, look for another target.they can't keep beating every target you select. So press(increase) your bet on the new target. You may lose once or twice, but if your bet selection is any good they can't keep beating you.''

Very well said and the words of wisdom.
 

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Re: The Master Of Pockets
« Reply #5 on: July 03, 2015, 06:24:32 PM »
Thanks for your kind comments, I really I appreciate them.
@ Harry, I don't want to be absolute on any case, besides your progression is one of the most clever I've seen, however, I prefer flat betting rather than any progression.
If for someone who uses martingale is hard to understand that the possibility to lose it might be tiny, BUT he will lose disproportionally much more than what he had win that far, then I'm sorry but I cannot make him understand if he doesn't want.
No matter if one is using virtual bets or not, the win/loss ratio is not changing, the only difference is in the volatility.
More winnings and more loses VS less winnings with less loss, it is the same.
It's good to have variety of approaches, suggestions, opinions and of course everyone can decide for him/herself.
What I don't like is someone who declares something in the tone like: "What I'm saying is the LAW and not my opinion and you dare to oppose me you are dead wrong!"
Before you are going to accept something just think why this is correct and makes sense, why it's better than something else.
What it matters most of all is NOT WHO is speaking BUT WHAT is saying!
 

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Re: The Master Of Pockets
« Reply #6 on: July 03, 2015, 06:31:57 PM »
No matter if one is using virtual bets or not, the win/loss ratio is not changing, the only difference is in the volatility.
More winnings and more loses VS less winnings with less loss, it is the same.

I don't think this is necessarily true in every case.  I have found that in situations where the actual odds can improve from trigger to trigger, a "hit and run" approach can actually IMPROVE your overall performance versus consecutive progression betting.
« Last Edit: July 03, 2015, 07:34:17 PM by Reyth »