There are interesting, valid and useful parallels between financial market trading and professional roulette play. I hope you realize by the time you adapt and apply this MB 16 bet with appropriate risk bank and attitude, you regard yourself as 'professional'.
Silly comments and negative attitudes from others in the past have joked or have been uncomfortable with a an attitude and self description as having a 'professional' attitude to roulette.
Once you start, even if losing, which is most likely at the start, you are professional because you consider the income earned as required remuneration for the time and energy you have invested probably for years past.
I have invested 25+ years into roulette, hundreds of thousands of hours and several hundred thousand dollars in time and capital.
About time to recover a consistent return on capital invested n'est-ce pas?
I hope you realize that under a very thin veil of disguise or camouflage that this MB16 is a professional bet. It becomes professional level when you overlay professional MM, RB and overlay bets and strategies.
Here is the latest total for Palladio on the RB... +225,900 units.
I have shared with you the daily struggles and disasters as part of the picture. The previous all time high (ATH) at +137,000 units really seemed a massive level of resistance. Time and time again I would approach and then self sabotage or encounter an awful unforeseen sequence of spin outcomes with bizarre skews. Of course these challenges are really just different opportunities. It is all a matter of attitude and timing.
As with the financial markets previous highs are for good reasons, resistant points where the forces of upside and correction reach equilibrium. The level cannot be breached until something changes. What can we change ? The answer is knowledge and attitude.
The massive leap in bank level has been achieved after dealing with wave after wave of resistance challenges. These might have sunk us, but instead provided opportunity for review and improvement.
Key to success was to respect the balance and anchor qualities of the corner bets, fixed and stable, in and out of phase. As Gizmo has often suggested play aggressively when in phase and restrict reduce, pause , stop when out of phase.
The MB 16 is easy to read and that is why I have so frequently shared and published outcome cycles, and thus how to adapt. I have included my many silly errors and mistakes, sometimes disastrous, in order to learn.
Overlay that has been so very useful has been the R/B colour cycles/ streaks/ patterns and access to the middle column. The MB16 is skewed to favour the middle column.
Do not write to me to ask me to explain or go into further detail ( as some have done believe it or not) . It has all been stated in this thread.