Hi ABG!

What news from LV, getting warmer?

I remember when I was there I was wearing t-shirts on the middle of February and was wondering what happens there during Summer months...I guess you could fry eggs at the desert electricity free!

Back to the topic, I know a lot of things and I want to share them, but why, have you wonder?

It is because I prefer to help persons who, I might don't know personally, but I could walk on their shoes, much better you rather than the casinos.

So yes, I want to rub your victories into their arrogant faces and noses!

All you have to do is to show a little bit of faith, not in me, but mostly in you and what you are doing!

We could summarize the winning rules in 3 sentences}

1) There are 2 kind of probabilities, the sequential which has to do with the order of the results, and the general probability which dictates the averages for every possible event.

When you are talking about steaks & chops then you are speaking about the sequential probability, but this is only half of the whole, the other half has to do with quantities, how many times this event happen, how many times the other...and this is how we determine the degree of deviations from the mean/average.

Here comes the important part so pay attention;

When these 2 kinds of probabilities meet, in other words a single bet would satisfy both of them, this is the strongest bet.

You have 2 categories, in 1 one you count total of streaks VS chops and on the second you count how many times each side (P & B), find the bet which would satisfy BOTH of the requirements SIMULTANEOUSLY!

2) What I consider as the best pattern bet, when we're talking about patterns it means that we are expecting sequences to conform in a certain order of results, is the ANTI-Decision Before Last.

Ain't all patterns, permutations, sequences the same, you might wonder, my answer is no and I'm going to provide you a brief but convincing explanation;

The DBL is expecting to win by finding 1 streak after the other, also 1 chop after the other, thus if sequences don't bring them in bunches it fails, usually that's the case.

We witness a few repeats here, a few chops there and all those 2-3 sets are the most frequent event before eventually a large streak comes, but when it happens is already late!

Therefore, according the sequential probability, a streak of repeats or chops has half chances to reach 3 in a row rather than remaining on 2 in a row.

Of course if we'd accounted for ALL possible streak ranges (3,4,5,6...etc) we would see that are equal to the total streaks of 2 in a row.

In order to have an advantage and not confirm the HE, we HAVE TO assume that after EVERY lost bet, that could be the beginning of 5,10,15,20...etc loses in a row!

This is how we conclude that we must stop immediately after 1 single loss, this way, no matter how long a streak might be, we lose only once per bet occurrence, but the situations which will be wins are twice as much from the 3+ streaks.

That's why ODBL is superior to DBL.

3) Establish a balance checkpoint per 100 results, increase or decrease the amount of bet according to the profit or loss during last 100 decisions.

For 0 change in your balance don't increase/decrease your bets

From 1 up to and including 5 **more** losses/wins (during last 100) then increase/decrease by 10% your bets (for next 100).

From 6 up to and including 10 **more** losses/wins (during last 100) then increase/decrease by 20% your bets (for next 100).

From 11 up to and including 15 **more** losses/wins (during last 100) then increase/decrease by 30% your bets (for next 100).

From 16 up to and including 20 **more** losses/wins (during last 100) then increase/decrease by 40% your bets (for next 100).

From 21 up to and including 25 **more** losses/wins (during last 100) then increase/decrease by 50% your bets (for next 100).

From 26 up to and including 30 **more** losses/wins (during last 100) then increase/decrease by 60% your bets (for next 100).

From 31 up to and including 35 **more** losses/wins (during last 100) then increase/decrease by 70% your bets (for next 100).

From 36 up to and including 40 **more** losses/wins (during last 100) then increase/decrease by 80% your bets (for next 100).

From 41 up to and including 45 **more** losses/wins (during last 100) then increase/decrease by 90% your bets (for next 100).

From 46 up to and including 50 **more** losses/wins (during last 100) then increase/decrease by 100% your bets (for next 100).

For table minimum 1$ the base bet will be 10$ and recommended BR 1,000$.

For table minimum 5$ the base bet will be 50$ and recommended BR 5,000$.

For table minimum 10$ the base bet will be 100$ and recommended BR 10,000$.

For table minimum 25$ the base bet will be 250$ and recommended BR 25,000$.

For table minimum 100$ the base bet will be 1,000$ and recommended BR 100,000.

After addition/deduction of the percentage which reflects the difference in the base bets, round it up/down to the nearest whole number, for example 14.4 would become 14 and 16.6 would become 17 units base bet.