I wouldn't have believed that a 3-chip system could ever possibly do better than a single chip system but as I started to study different systems, the truth of what makes a system strong dawned on me: its the payout.
That's when this absurd monstrosity suggested itself to me. I affectionately call this behemoth:The B17-20 BomberIt has the highest win rate of any system I have tried so far at 99.85%. It uses a massive factor 9 progression and whenever it hits, it delivers the goods, with each "wing" paying a whopping base of 51 units!Here is a sample 10 sessions (attached):Game #1 win max level 1Game #2 win max level 1Game #3 win max level 2Game #4 win max level 1Game #5 win max level 1Game #6 win max level 1Game #7 win max level 1Game #8 win max level 1Game #9 win max level 1Game #10 win max level 1That's over 2500 units.Just in case you are not familiar with the method from my other posts:1) Place one unit straight up on 17 and 20. Place a third unit as a split between 17 and 20.2) Set a stop loss of 500 units and a profit target of 250 units.3) If you lose a bet, raise all 3 piles on the following schedule:1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,12,2,2,2,2,2,2,2,23,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,34,4,4,4,4,4,4,4,45,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,56,6,6,6,6,6
If you should be so unfortunate to lose level 1 which is a total of 50 bets for a loss of 498 units, begin level 2 by using the same progression but double the amounts. Also double your win target to 500 units and your loss target to 1000 units. Level 3 is the same but triple the amounts, level 4 quadruple, all the way out to level 10 for a total of 500 bets in your defense. If you win a level (by hitting your target for that level) move up a level until you are back at level 1.
The total bankroll is 27,500 units or you can apply a discount of .833 to the risk amount, the profit amount & each progression bet (round down); simply multiply all by .833 and your total bankroll required is 22,994 units.
4) If you win, reduce the chip count to the base amount for the level you are on.
5) Never place a bet that will bring you over your stop loss.
Though very remote, there is a high level of risk with this system as a single loss represents at least 22,994 units.
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