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Sputnik

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Worst and extreme - even money bets
« on: October 28, 2015, 04:43:57 PM »
I play by hand and got 3.0 SD against me and i continue and got some regression without fully recover from the 3.0 SD and then i face 2.5 SD again against me.
So i got a hell twice and still recover all loses and break even.

First was 14 loses and 2 wins and the secound was 12 loses and 2 wins - LOL this feel great :-)
This progression use differcification very good with spread of risk (assests) ...

With this methodology you need to win among the first 50/100 - because if you get into hell you might need 200 to recover.



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Re: Worst and extreme - even money bets
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2015, 08:56:39 AM »
Sory I have no idea what you are doing. Most visitors of this forum do not possess that testprogram. Without a clear explanation of the background of the graph your contribution has no learn valid.
 

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Re: Worst and extreme - even money bets
« Reply #2 on: October 29, 2015, 12:36:53 PM »
 What you see is a progression that overcome 26 loses, that is what the first chart show.
 Second you see 14 series contra 2 singles, same as 3.0 SD.
 There is as many series as there is singles.
 With red & black it would have been 14 black and 2 red, also 3.0 SD.

I post this at other forum and they fully understand the concept.
Should also mention that the drawdown with 80 units is very small.
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Re: Worst and extreme - even money bets
« Reply #3 on: October 29, 2015, 04:56:35 PM »
Please publish your progression. 26 double up is impossibele, so it is not a Martingale progression.
Can you also make a graph of the bets?