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Re: 1-3-2-6 Yes, it is not new but most successful M.M. for me
« Reply #15 on: July 08, 2016, 08:19:36 PM »
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    Re: 1-3-2-6 Yes, it is not new but most successful M.M. for me
    « Reply #16 on: September 28, 2016, 01:31:58 PM »
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  • Yep, was at the casino the other night.  I paid particular attention to how all were wagering after they lost or won a round.  Really seemed haphazard.  There was one lady that would distinctively wager/parlay an entire win one time and then pull down to her base wager or even below.  When she lost a hand or two or three, she would exactly double up for at least 3 times and then stop the doubling.  Her base wager was $100.00.  Every one else was virtually haphazard. 

    Almost all the players, seemed to be flat wagering continually.  Although, when the table did get hot, a few were parlaying and continuing parlaying with nothing going into their bankrolls or pockets.  One would pocket the profits from the parlaying after 3 or 4 successful wagers, but that was it.  The clear majority would not. 

    I have never really doubled up on losses, maybe I do one hand and then I would stop, too much losses in the past doing that for me personally.  I also play where there is a $2k or a $3k limit locally and I do not wager in other player's spots, to me it is tacky and just wrong to do that, except on a fortune if they are not wagering it or have far less than the $50 max allowed. 

    The past couple of years I have dedicated my bankroll to: 1) My main wager; and also 2) An amount I maintain for a 4 or 5 wager parlay that I continually keep going forward with but not on every hand or every wager I make.

    So, I might have a base of $250.00.  That would be my main wager amount and would employ  the 1-3-2-6 units if I won past my first wager.  Then I also have a side amount, depending on the way I feel and have already done.  Say I have a $200.00 side wager for parlaying.  I would, when I felt the time was right (for whatever reason) throw out my parlay wager of $200.00.  If I won with that, I would set it back aside and the next one would be $400.00.  Then the following one would be $800.00.  And the following one $1,600.00.  That parlay wager would be pulled down upon its 4th or 5th successful hit and locked up, done with that.  If I lose the first to the 4th or 5th parlay wager bet, I would continue or stop that wagering depending on if my parlay wager bankroll was depleted or not.  I usually have a 3 to 5 time try, for my parlay wager bankroll.

    It has been working for me and gives me a giant boost many times.  I have better control of my bankroll and better management of it with the designated purposes as I explained.

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    Re: 1-3-2-6 Yes, it is not new but most successful M.M. for me
    « Reply #17 on: October 19, 2016, 12:24:18 PM »
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  • And, I really do think that a lot of players make the grave (GRAVE) mistake by religiously never diverting from a progression trend.  There are times that to me--would be more conducive to the progression than not.

    Try to explain here.  I would flat bet if I wasn't seeing anything or feeling anything and I did desire to continue wagering.  I just set aside my progression of the '3-2-6' moves to the side and just wager 'whatever' until I want to get my progression trend back into it.

    Nothing wrong with doing that in my book.   


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    Re: 1-3-2-6 Yes, it is not new but most successful M.M. for me
    « Reply #18 on: October 21, 2016, 03:08:29 PM »
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  •  What is the name of the progression and how does it work - if i remember it correct is about winning two in a row or break even with the last bet.
     Can you come with some explination.

     Many thanks ...

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    Re: 1-3-2-6 Yes, it is not new but most successful M.M. for me
    « Reply #19 on: October 21, 2016, 10:17:17 PM »
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  • What is the name of the progression and how does it work - if i remember it correct is about winning two in a row or break even with the last bet.
     Can you come with some explination.

     Many thanks ...


             
    I will explain it.  First, it is NOT a wagering selection system and second, I do use it successfully when I am winning on a pretty constant rhythm. 

    It helps me (me, as in I) stop from the continual throwing in of the win money with or without additional units from my B.R., if I follow it.

    In sequences of 4 if I was winning, I would follow it.  If not, I stick to risking my 1 and 2 units.  Here is the way I would use it.

    Let's say I was wagering $100.00 to start.  1 unit @ $100.00.  I would wager from my B.R. the $100.00.  If I won I would parlay the winning and risk an additional $100.00.  Second wager is $300.00.  If I won, I put $400.00 back into my B.R., $200 original returned and $200 win money.  My third wager is $200.00 from the second wager win also.  Now I play on the casino. If lose the 3rd wager, back to 1 unit/$100.  I have 2 tries to take off again on the casino, because I still have the $200.00 in my bankroll from them.  If I win the 3rd wager, I go to the 4th, which would be $600 in this case. On the 4th wager I have to grab that $200.00/2 units I put into my B.R. from the 2 win wager to make the 6 units on the fourth.  If win the 4th, I am now sitting with $1,200.00 win money.  If I lose the 4th like I said, I still have the $200.00 I originally risked  to try one unit, twice to build back up.

    Hopefully I explained that right.

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    Re: 1-3-2-6 Yes, it is not new but most successful M.M. for me
    « Reply #20 on: October 22, 2016, 10:03:04 AM »
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  • Thanks that was a nice explination :-)

    Cheers

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    Re: 1-3-2-6 Yes, it is not new but most successful M.M. for me
    « Reply #21 on: October 22, 2016, 02:27:24 PM »
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  • When I flat bet or random bet, I do not do as good or win clearly any longer, when I do win or stay above water-if you want to call it that. 

    Direction and clear wagering is paramount to me now, more than ever.  Personally, and with many I locally gamble with and also the highest majority amount I really do run across at most properties---have little or no direction--rhyme or reason in their wagering. 

    Last night I did go to the local casino.   Played two shoes before all the players left.  Did fairly well for a while and then got on that proverbial roller coaster!

    Started out with the first shoe, strong shoe.  1 Player and then 6 Bankers.  1 Player followed by 4 Bankers.  1 More player and then 1 Banker.  The Players, got to 2 Players and I just had that feeling it was going to run the same as the Bankers, either 4, 5 or 6.  I wagered $300 on the 3rd Player.  Won that and then wagered $900.00 on the fourth Player.  Won that also.  Cut back to the 2 units of $600.00 and won the fifth Player bet.  Then threw out the $1,800.00 and got the darn 6th one as well.  Pulled down and only wagered a quarter on the Fortune 7.  Next hand was a tie and then a Banker.  Wagered $200.00 on the Banker and won.  Threw out $600.00 on the 3rd Banker and won that also.  Pulled down and waited.  Another Banker won.  Then it went a bit hay-wire with some 1's and 2's and a bunch of ties. 

    Couldn't catch anything for a bit and gave a little back.  Slowed way down and waited.  Everyone wagering for the cut and then it got strong once again.  Caught another 1-3-2-6 with $250.00 as a starting wager. ($250/$750/$500/$1,500)

    The next shoe started out super weak and all chops.  Started to catch some of the chops and everyone was wagering for repeats.  God, do I hate it when everyone does that.  They get so mad at each other and the aura at the table is so thick, you can cut it with a knife.  Started to give some back and really was not enjoyable playing, thick tension, evil eyes and terrible everything.   Gave up on it for the night.  Left with getting Halloween covered and one of my kid's birthday party, gifts and waterpark stay in the beginning of November covered on the casino.  Not bad for a couple of shoes, could have been better--but not bad at all.

     

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    Re: 1-3-2-6 Yes, it is not new but most successful M.M. for me
    « Reply #22 on: March 28, 2017, 07:04:58 AM »
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  • This MM IS workable if you hsve the right bet selection stsrtgy. Can someone suggest some bet selection to play with this MM.

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    Re: 1-3-2-6 Yes, it is not new but most successful M.M. for me
    « Reply #23 on: April 06, 2017, 09:50:51 PM »
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  • I seriously can not stress enough how this progression can help the player.  Like anything else, don't get sucked into the winning and the lovable 'greed' of it.  Adhere to this and after the 6 units, go back down to 1, each and every time.  If you are on a clear heater and I mean clear, I would personally have built up with a few parlay's and just pull down the winnings each hand, instead of doing the progression.