Long term success is based on statistics & method. If we leave the door open statistically, roulette WILL walk in and take our money. Our method must be prepared to recover from this.

This is why conservative play is essential to long-term success; it allows our method to be as strong as it can be.

Its kind of like while we are playing, we know in the back of our mind that a large series of losses can take place but we know it is rare because of the statistics which we are operating with and we have a certain confidence because we have structured our method to recover, even if this happens.

Conservative play is a major key to this confidence, imo.

Our method must strain to provide as much advantage as possible, sacrificing as much as possible, to increase our ability to recover.

Structuring a strong method is like security locks on a door, common criminals are kept out but can a strong gang still break through? Yes.

Our solution is then:

**THAT WAS YOUR LAST MISTAKE!**

Without a conservative approach, all our strength is spent just keeping the door closed.

If we don't treat the rare successive failure as if it is due every spin, we will be crushed. In other words, we have to build our method with the worst sequence in mind, because ROULETTE WILL BRING IT!