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Re: ''Full-Time Gambler'' by L.G. Holloway
« Reply #15 on: April 16, 2015, 03:12:37 PM »
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  • Here are the first few numbers out today on Table 2.





    You can see the 4 split is coming out frequently across the 4 streams.

    I wait for a second appearance of a split and put a (1) next to it if it appears within 3 spins. Then I keep adding another (1) if it comes within another 3 spins.

    The 4 split has went.

    hit
    hit (1)
    miss
    hit (2)  *I like to bet from here. It's had 3 hits so far.
    miss
    hit (3)
    hit (4)
    miss
    miss
    hit (5)
    miss
    hit (6)
    hit (7)

    Waiting for one of the splits to hit 3 times is a good trigger. You only want to try and ride the hottest splits across the streams.

    So taking the numbers from above and starting to bet the 4 split from after the third hit on spin 8.

    spin 9. bet splits 1, 4, 7, 9.  loss.  -4.
    spin 10. bet splits 1, 4, 7, 9.  win.  +14.
    spin 11. bet splits 4, 6, 8,15.  win.  +14.
    spin 12. bet splits 4, 6, 8,15.  loss.  -4.
    spin 13. bet splits 4, 5, 7, 10.  loss.  -4.
    spin 14. bet splits 4, 11, 12, 18.  win.  +14.
    spin 15. bet splits 4, 15, 18.  loss.  -3.
    spin 16. bet splits 4, 5, 7, 10.  win.  +14.
    spin 17. bet splits 4, 14, 17.  win.  +15.

    So as you can see, you are not always betting 4 splits even though you are using 4 streams.

    If you fail to know, fail to prepare, fail to plan and practice, then know full well that you are knowingly preparing and planning to lose. What you don't know and don't do will be your undoing.


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    Re: ''Full-Time Gambler'' by L.G. Holloway
    « Reply #16 on: April 16, 2015, 03:47:58 PM »
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  • This is how the 4 split ended up. (another 3 wins)




    spin 9. bet splits 1, 4, 7, 9.  loss.  -4.
    spin 10. bet splits 1, 4, 7, 9.  win.  +14.
    spin 11. bet splits 4, 6, 8, 15. win.  +14.
    spin 12. bet splits 4, 6, 8, 15.  loss.  -4.
    spin 13. bet splits 4, 5, 7, 10.  loss.  -4.
    spin 14. bet splits 4, 11, 12, 18.  win.  +14.
    spin 15. bet splits 4, 15, 18.  loss.  -3.
    spin 16. bet splits 4, 5, 7, 10.  win.  +14.
    spin 17. bet splits 4, 14, 17.  win.  +15.
    spin 18. bet splits 4,6,8,15.  loss -4.
    spin 19. bet splits 3,4,5,12.  win +14.
    spin 20. bet splits 4,8,10,16.  win +14.
    spin 21. bet splits 2,4,13,14.  win +14.
    spin 22. bet splits 4,9,11,17.  loss -4.
    spin 23. bet splits 4,8,10,16.  loss -4.
    spin 24. bet splits 4,15,18.  loss -3.

    So that's plus 83 if my maths is correct. Not a bad run at all. What I like about betting 3 or 4 splits is that you can up the ante on a run like this without giving back most of your winnings. Any run like the one above and you can have a nice win and quit.

    I don't like to brag or get ahead of myself......but, I really think this is great.





    If you fail to know, fail to prepare, fail to plan and practice, then know full well that you are knowingly preparing and planning to lose. What you don't know and don't do will be your undoing.

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    Re: ''Full-Time Gambler'' by L.G. Holloway
    « Reply #17 on: April 16, 2015, 11:51:26 PM »
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  • Nope - not getting this at all. "Streams"? What are these? Splits? What splits? Nbr 4, for example, can be in 3 different splits. What makes you decide on a particular bet? Are you looking at gaps here? If so what constitutes a bet choice? Sorry Horus, maybe I am being particularly thick here, but none of this is making any sense to me at all.

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    Re: ''Full-Time Gambler'' by L.G. Holloway
    « Reply #18 on: September 01, 2016, 11:25:24 AM »
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  • Hi Horus,

    Trying to understand this system. Are you still playing this?



    Here is the double sided card for the splits using 4 streams.

    This makes things relatively easy in the casino.

    You just go across the top and look for the split that has come. Let's say number 13 comes. (That's split 7) Now suppose the next number is 23. (That's split 11) So go across to the 7 and look down to the 11. You should have 3,4,11. That's your splits for the 4 streams. You don't always have 4 splits. Here there are only 3. That's because one of them was a double and there is no point writing down the same number twice otherwise it would confuse things.

    I will do an example when the numbers come out from Table 2 today at Wiesbaden.

    I have got to be honest, I think this is probably one of the best inside methods that I have come up with (and I have come up with a few, lol)

    What I particularly like is the low outlay of 3 to 4 splits. It keeps the damage down in a lean spell and you can go on the attack when one of these splits gets hot appearing regularly somewhere in the 4 streams. I had a situation last night where the 7 split and the 15 split were both appearing at the same time. Either one or the other appeared for 9 consecutive spins. The outlay was roughly 6-7 splits at a time.