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Offline Sputnik

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Regression & Up & Pull
« on: February 27, 2013, 07:09:12 am »
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  • I test a raw selection with the regression plan and push with up and pull.
    Loss limit -60 and win target 40 ...

    Just for fun i run 300 trials with today's random org file ...

    65
    45
    -60
    45
    40
    45
    45
    45
    45
    45
    45
    45
    40
    -60

    I think if i would add Brett Morton's MM to this, we would had higher win targets for a second and third rung with higher peaks as we would push more ...

    I made a twist towards Lanky's old EC method ...
    The LW-Registry look like this:

    WL
    LLW
    WWWL
    WL
    WWL
    WL
    WL
    LW
    WWL
    WWWWL
    WL
    WL
    WL
    WWWL
    WWWL
    WWWWL
    WWWL
    LW
    WL



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    Re: Regression & Up & Pull
    « Reply #1 on: March 01, 2013, 06:43:20 pm »
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  • I will set up a paper test using dominant trends as selection.
    Next i will set up MM based upon Brett Morton's principal.
    I will also set up MM based upon John Patrik's principal for comparison, as there is a little difference between them both.
    Will use the following regression method 20 10 15 20 30 40 50
    Attack window for each betting series will be three attempts.

    The aim is to see what kind of variance we will deal with, when we aim to win two session out of three or four session out of five - that is in direct contact with the set up of MM strategy ...

    Cheers

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    Re: Regression & Up & Pull
    « Reply #2 on: March 03, 2013, 01:38:34 am »
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  • NICE STUFF. The most decent stuff here this year i have to say.
    Looking forward for your results.
    Cheers

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    Re: Regression & Up & Pull
    « Reply #3 on: March 03, 2013, 06:41:55 pm »
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  • NICE STUFF. The most decent stuff here this year i have to say.
    Looking forward for your results.
    Cheers

    Thanks ...

    I still searching for what is the best way to control your master Bankroll, maybe JP wrote about is and i miss it ...

    But i learn that if you have 1600 you divide it into four smaller bankrolls.
    400 400 400 400 ...

    When you double one of does daily bankrolls you have  400 and split with the other four.
     500 500 500 500 ...

    That is if you are winning ...
    And you master bankroll would now be 2000 ...

    When you lose then you get minus 400 and get a total of 1200 to split in four.
    300 300 300 300 ...

    Now if i have 400 as my daily bankroll, a cut of my master bankroll.
    Then i am only allow to play and use 50% of it - that would be with this example 200.
    This is because i should never go home with a empty wallet if i don't win my 20% ...
    Psychological reasons.

    So still think how to solve this into the set of rules being made for this test ...

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    Re: Regression & Up & Pull
    « Reply #4 on: March 04, 2013, 08:16:24 am »
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  • Sputnik,
    You can read all roulette experts/maths especially/there are, and you will learn NOTHING.
    You know why???---All so far written theories about roulette game are only tales, of mostly
    unexperienced/roulette playing/guys,lecturing ppl.maths.......and with such approach roulette
    is UNBEATABLE.There are other ways to do that,but you can not do it with talking, but only with
    real playing.Without enough munition you can not fight the war,and those maths guys wana win
    the war without munition at all.The only way.All other is illusion.