Thank you GaMMoN
It is my pleasure and actually my privilege to return to this wonderful Forum and I am grateful to be welcomed and must thank Alrelax for his courtesy, keen observations and good management. I have known several Moderators over the years and of course I must give huge ongoing thanks to Esoito with whom I maintain an excellent friendship via private email contact. Philosophically and Spiritually I know that it is vastly important to give, but also to receive, with good grace. Life becomes easier when you learn to give up the grudges, the conflict, the squabbling, the polarities, and just 'forgive', accept, and live in the Now. This may sound Buddhist, Mystical, neo- Christian, Platonic, Hermetic. It is all of this and more but actually elegantly simple. More on that later. It is particularly amusing to me that my passion for Roulette is actually as valid as any other Creative Art, so removing the 'guilt' was a major step in simplicity and eliminating 'baggage'. I can happily get on with study, application and creation of miracles ! (lol).
Yes the question is raised regarding 'recoveries'. I always recall a 'pesky' question from years back. 'Well, if this method is so good, why are recoveries needed?' (lol). Fair point ? ... but it is necessary to step back and take a wider view to solve this riddle.
When (for simplicity) you can achieve 90% success with flat staking ( easy to measure bet efficiency), you may ask what of the 'lost ' 10%. Is it lost and can I be more efficient with my bet, my betting, my staking. Sometimes the answer is counter intuitive so that by going to 6 attempts for an attack and if successful on 4,5 or 6th play and the result is not positive it appears this is a loss. But not so, it just clears a cycle. Of course visualise a graph that illustrates when a hit occurs on Linear Cluster Analysis. It peaks on the first attempt and forms an elegant descent thereafter. We know that statistically the first 4 best are lucrative when 2-3-4-5 staking is applied but that is expensive, risky and for purposes of analysis of merit I prefer to measure using flat staking parameters. More on the staking later.
Better still if a radar or sensor could be devised to determine whether to proceed or not after observation of 10-20 spins on the wheel prior to live play.
I call it 'toe in the water' in the English sensibility of deciding whether to jump into the sea or not for a swim. It measures temperature and other subtler parameters in the ocean context.
If the clusters already observed are hitting in the first few attempts that is a good sign, and some sets will be more switched on 'hot' than others. Usually I find if one or more is 'blocked' , ie 'failing' then this may be a warning to stay clear. Avoid trouble and excess risk.
As I have said, about 2/3 of the time in observation it is okay to proceed. Better still if you have a choice of wheel go to the one with signs of repeats and long phases of black or red, or high or low. This enables your likelihood of making hits stronger if you weave, as I do, WF with a couple of sets for cluster analysis.
By avoiding problem technical games you will vastly improve your bet efficiency. More on that with live examples in the future.
Next lesson I will talk about that pesky 10% apparent loss. What if you could find a path, a stategy to receover 90% of that 'loss'. It is like mining for Gold - you do not want waste.