Btw...i prefer streets, lines, quads
Hello Kattila, thanks for posting your approach!
I agree; it seems to be a trend: the more you play the more payout you tend to seek! (Newcomers pay attention
1) Survive the worst possible; and
2) win a net profit in a below average/average win rate thereafter, without looking for a clumping win or compensating wins.
Hello dear Sumit,
Congratulations on your realization.
I would like to comment on a possible way to face the game with a similar goal.
In my framework, accompanying the 75% Money Management
methodology, we divide the game in three (3) states.
- Concentration of hits.
- Expected rate.
- Dispersion of hits.
We try to perform the best during the first two cases, having the intention of rising the MOST raw
amount of starting units (initial value) during the expected + concentration times of the game.
As the game "bumps" between concentration / expected / dispersion states -as it's natural with it-, our aim extends toward increasing the unit organically on concentration / expected times while losing the very least
on the extremely unwell times.
When the game goes as expected + better than expected, you make it ok, or great. Then you give back the least
by regressing the unit to the minimum after a bankroll bust; staying there automatically should there be the proverbial storm... Regressing to the minimum during bad times is better than giving it all back in a short period of time as it's customary with some schemes, which serves the purpose of keeping you longer in game to increase the chance of being there for the time when the tide turns.High
potential to rise + enforced slow
fall... with no limit on the wins as betting with increased units "explodes" the initial value & your own take as a player.
You do need a compounding MM to execute this framework, in order to create an EXPONENTIAL PROFIT, with the aim to offset the eventual losses.
The framework doesn't mandate which way to bet in order to create the high-rise conditions. Perhaps you use the "Boom" positive progression
with no limit, or perhaps you re-invest most of your net gain toward increasing your session's unit value to make more on every win. That's up to the player.
The point being aiming at winning the inter-session
averages rather than blindly trying to recoup immediately / in a rush, or -even worse- limiting your wins by "playing scared". See the mistake of people regressing on the WINS? (i.e. stiff progressive players betting 1 unit per spin at the positive tram(s) when they're winning at a more-than-expected rate, instead of compounding
at these very times for making a killing & helping their averages shine).
You have to create a significant "upward boost" when your time
This is -in my opinion- a conscious-enough way to have a shot at winning the averages
by not "giving it back" all at once while giving yourself the chance of creating upward trends in your balance by compounding your unit value considerably.Vic