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Re: A progression that can't lose
« Reply #60 on: May 31, 2016, 12:06:49 AM »
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  • If a cat can't capture a parlay once in 20 try he should quit the baccarats and sell pencil out of a tin cup on a streets corner some place.

    Those who can't win once in 20 should quit. I don't know about a parlay once in a 20 parlay.   Anyone wants to buy some pencils from me?


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    Re: A progression that can't lose
    « Reply #61 on: May 31, 2016, 05:51:39 AM »
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  • Last week,Montecarlo casino:26 hands without 2 WIAR playing B.

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    Re: A progression that can't lose
    « Reply #62 on: May 31, 2016, 06:04:52 AM »
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  • Last week,Montecarlo casino:26 hands without 2 WIAR playing B.

    Thanks for the honesty.  I've gotten 2 WIAR on the first try many times as well as on 5plus progressions but many times fail to get 2 WIAR pass 20.  Some of the bust days will take away many of the small wins.  Luckily it's only in practice.  I don't like having to parlay large bets.  I've tried reset after 2 or 3 progressions but the wins are not satisfying for the long hours of play.

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    Re: A progression that can't lose
    « Reply #63 on: May 31, 2016, 01:55:18 PM »
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  • Bwaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, the john-O talkin about the trending, hey hey!
    You can actually capture all and any trend via mechanical bet options, I  realize you are too unintelligent to appreciate that.

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    With m y current 13 step parlay progression I'm buckin up against a 95% win rate. So, I get clipped for 500 unit in progressions bust out every 100 shoe, so I can win well and regular by capturing just 10 units profits on the 95 winning shoe and I average better than that, hey hey.
    Another ill-educated statement.  Considering the number of possible shoe combinations, no sane person (i.e somebody that actually plays) would make a statement that a progression busts once every 100 shoes.  Because anybody who actually plays knows, because every thing can possibly happen, nothing stopping somebody being clipped 3 or 4 times inside 20 shoes, or only once in 1000 shoes.  Making such a unintelligent-a$s stupid claim kinda sums up the internet were all types can pretend to be a Walter Mitty for a day, Ooh Rah Ooh Rah.

         

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    Re: A progression that can't lose
    « Reply #64 on: May 31, 2016, 02:15:04 PM »
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  •  Another ill-educated statement.  Considering the number of possible shoe combinations, no sane person (i.e somebody that actually plays) would make a statement that a progression busts once every 100 shoes.  Because anybody who actually plays know, because every thing can possibly happen, nothing stopping somebody being clipped 3 or 4 times inside 20 shoes, or only once in 1000 shoes.  Making such a unintelligent-a$s stupid claim kinda sums up the internet were all types can pretend to be a Walter Mitty for a day, Ooh Rah Ooh Rah.

         

    Very nice analogy.  I hope one day we can talk???  I would love to follow the guy with the 'only once in a 1000 shoes' but yes--anything and everything can happen.  P.S.; I am agreeing with you, for the record.
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    Re: A progression that can't lose
    « Reply #65 on: May 31, 2016, 02:21:41 PM »
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  • It's about bet selection first.

    Mostly likely we underestimate how fast we can lose AND HOW FAST WE CAN WIN!  Strike smart, and take a step back from consecutive losses.  Easier progressions and shoes right nearby.

    This is winning and you making the right bets to go along for the ride:



    When you are aligned with what the shoe is doing a good amount can be your skill, but it is not as difficult as other parts of that shoe or other shoes.  I made a huge mistake the other night as I got up big (for me) fast and then I went virtual because of it.  My selections kept on hitting and I could have made a lot more because the show was complying with my view on the game and bet selection approach.  DAMN.
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    Re: A progression that can't lose
    « Reply #66 on: May 31, 2016, 03:33:20 PM »
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  • You can actually capture all and any trend via mechanical bet options, I  realize you are too unintelligent to appreciate that.
     Another ill-educated statement.  Considering the number of possible shoe combinations, no sane person (i.e somebody that actually plays) would make a statement that a progression busts once every 100 shoes.  Because anybody who actually plays know, because every thing can possibly happen, nothing stopping somebody being clipped 3 or 4 times inside 20 shoes, or only once in 1000 shoes.  Making such a unintelligent-a$s stupid claim kinda sums up the internet were all types can pretend to be a Walter Mitty for a day, Ooh Rah Ooh Rah.

    The john-O the clown show still on the air. As I recall you have claimed that "trending" is bollocks? So, how is yer labby and rocket science template style treating you? How often have you been on tilt, lately, hey hey?????

         
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    Re: A progression that can't lose
    « Reply #67 on: June 01, 2016, 07:35:40 AM »
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  • The john-O the clown show still on the air. As I recall you have claimed that "trending" is bollocks? So, how is yer labby and rocket science template style treating you? How often have you been on tilt, lately, hey hey?????

    At least when you are quoting somebody, have the intelligence to omit your own reply inside the quote "I will that, I will" . 

    Here here is is 'top of the morning to ya' soxfan, hovering around the boards since 2004.  The weird thing (well not really), is that he has been posting the same banal waffle for the last 12 years at least, you know; "stones, clipped, bulldog, gravel, never seen the long term" that is it.  Never posted any shoe, no trip report, no evidence that he even let out without supervised, rather sits there on the side-line professing to sipping Guinness and munching on cashews (I doubt he can afford the later) seeking out his entertainment, longing f the return of Garn' or Seth's appearance so the fat that protrudes over the  waist line gets some exercise. 

    Do you really think any serious player claiming to play 5 days per week, (for the last 12 years with only 1 life-time bankroll LOL), would be totally void of any actual detail, more significantly utterly EMOTIONLESS.  As any real player will be acutely aware, winning and losing either puts you on a high or a serious low.  If you read between the lines and you are a player yourself, you can detect the level of emotion in certain readers posts, you can even sense when they have won or lost, obviously others do actually know what the inside of a casino looks like.   So it is revealing that somebody who has so much to say, yet actually posts so little, other than pretending like he is down with the down-low brah

    I had my own forum many years back, I pestered the mentally afflicted 'Mr hey hey' to post details of a session (I actually wanted to rid myself of his stupid-ness nothings, but was being kind about it), any session, an actual shoe and explain why and where he bet, he simply couldn't, as in couldn't even post a single shoe he played, couldn't explain his bet selection, chip profit, nothing, it doesn't take a rocket science to figure out why.  Mr 'hey hey' is living in fantasy land.

    Gambling can be a powerful aphrodisiac, as any veteran well knows.  Unfortunately gambling requires money, some have been beaten so badly at the tables, they either have no money left and are so terrified at the thought of being at any table, so they eat their meals on their lap avoiding the dining table.   Yet they still require that fix which was permanently etched into their psyche, they crave and need that rush. 

    So they hang out on gambling forums, it gives them a small taste, keeps them involved, maintains the  fading buzz without any risk (excludes expanding waist-line and cholesterol levels).  Testing and preying for some Holy Grail.  If the mathematical impossible ever was discovered they have been out the game so long, the tension and sickness in the stomach would prevent them ever putting it to use. 

    Even though there is an ocean between myself and Mr 'hey hey', I'll guarantee there is no casino in Canada that 'hey hey' frequents parlaying 16, 22 and 29u bets (yes I considered and more importantly tested many double-win strategies, without success).

    Consider this;
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    1-1-2-2-3-4-5-7-9-12-16-22-29-39-52-69-92-123-164-218 units bets
    3-2-4-2-3-3-2-3-2-2-2-4-3-4-4-3-3-4-4-2 units profits
    You are hundreds of units in the hole, you win and have just reduced your deficit and now you take nothing off the table!!  Rather parlay (God Willing bid 218 units) to make what exactly?  2 units profits, 4 units at best.  Please Lord Almighty, there is no baffoon sane enough to even contemplate playing this way, never mind surviving many years using such a strategy, if you haven't yet gone broke, the stress alone would put you 6 foot under long ago.  Of course the person who doesn't play, can spout "stones, balls and bulldogs needing to be fed" because this is the internet after all.   The reality is; when anybody that actual plays is that deep in the hole, you're grateful for anything back and will be scooping those chips off da felt, quicker than you can move away from any imbecilic loon that mutters the words "hey hey" at the end of every sentence.  Please do not insult my intelligence, it's all about; in the absence of anything else being noticed on the internet.   

    You're more likely to find 'hey hey' slurping water and eating crisps while sharpening pencils. Ooh Rah Ooh Rah.

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    Re: A progression that can't lose
    « Reply #68 on: June 01, 2016, 10:22:33 AM »
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  • At least when you are quoting somebody, have the intelligence to omit your own reply inside the quote "I will that, I will" . 

    Here here is is 'top of the morning to ya' soxfan, hovering around the boards since 2004.  The weird thing (well not really), is that he has been posting the same banal waffle for the last 12 years at least, you know; "stones, clipped, bulldog, gravel, never seen the long term" that is it.  Never posted any shoe, no trip report, no evidence that he even let out without supervised, rather sits there on the side-line professing to sipping Guinness and munching on cashews (I doubt he can afford the later) seeking out his entertainment, longing f the return of Garn' or Seth's appearance so the fat that protrudes over the  waist line gets some exercise. 

    Do you really think any serious player claiming to play 5 days per week, (for the last 12 years with only 1 life-time bankroll LOL), would be totally void of any actual detail, more significantly utterly EMOTIONLESS.  As any real player will be acutely aware, winning and losing either puts you on a high or a serious low.  If you read between the lines and you are a player yourself, you can detect the level of emotion in certain readers posts, you can even sense when they have won or lost, obviously others do actually know what the inside of a casino looks like.   So it is revealing that somebody who has so much to say, yet actually posts so little, other than pretending like he is down with the down-low brah

    I had my own forum many years back, I pestered the mentally afflicted 'Mr hey hey' to post details of a session (I actually wanted to rid myself of his stupid-ness nothings, but was being kind about it), any session, an actual shoe and explain why and where he bet, he simply couldn't, as in couldn't even post a single shoe he played, couldn't explain his bet selection, chip profit, nothing, it doesn't take a rocket science to figure out why.  Mr 'hey hey' is living in fantasy land.

    Gambling can be a powerful aphrodisiac, as any veteran well knows.  Unfortunately gambling requires money, some have been beaten so badly at the tables, they either have no money left and are so terrified at the thought of being at any table, so they eat their meals on their lap avoiding the dining table.   Yet they still require that fix which was permanently etched into their psyche, they crave and need that rush. 

    So they hang out on gambling forums, it gives them a small taste, keeps them involved, maintains the  fading buzz without any risk (excludes expanding waist-line and cholesterol levels).  Testing and preying for some Holy Grail.  If the mathematical impossible ever was discovered they have been out the game so long, the tension and sickness in the stomach would prevent them ever putting it to use. 

    Even though there is an ocean between myself and Mr 'hey hey', I'll guarantee there is no casino in Canada that 'hey hey' frequents parlaying 16, 22 and 29u bets (yes I considered and more importantly tested many double-win strategies, without success).

    Consider this; You are hundreds of units in the hole, you win and have just reduced your deficit and now you take nothing off the table!!  Rather parlay (God Willing bid 218 units) to make what exactly?  2 units profits, 4 units at best.  Please Lord Almighty, there is no baffoon sane enough to even contemplate playing this way, never mind surviving many years using such a strategy, if you haven't yet gone broke, the stress alone would put you 6 foot under long ago.  Of course the person who doesn't play, can spout "stones, balls and bulldogs needing to be fed" because this is the internet after all.   The reality is; when anybody that actual plays is that deep in the hole, you're grateful for anything back and will be scooping those chips off da felt, quicker than you can move away from any imbecilic loon that mutters the words "hey hey" at the end of every sentence.  Please do not insult my intelligence, it's all about; in the absence of anything else being noticed on the internet.   

    You're more likely to find 'hey hey' slurping water and eating crisps while sharpening pencils. Ooh Rah Ooh Rah.

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    Re: A progression that can't lose
    « Reply #69 on: June 01, 2016, 01:40:39 PM »
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  • This has to be the bestest place on the interwebz where people can magically know what other people are doing. 
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    Re: A progression that can't lose
    « Reply #70 on: June 01, 2016, 11:26:10 PM »
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  • No bottle, no balls, no bankroll, no shot. It's that simple, baby, hey hey.
    It's a grind, baby, but a profitable grind, hey hey.