Bias, to me is seeing it as it is happening, not wagering for it. As it happens, just say I was flat betting a few hands. It started. I won 3 hands straight and I now see the bias, whatever it might be. The correction, the abnormality, the curve, the rarity, whatever it is--does not matter one bit. (That is where so many, most all, players go wrong. They are trying to define and figure it out.)
We are different gamblers, for example, Gizmo talks about his global effect and I talk about my methodology.
You mention sides bets and parlays that is a different approach.
I am referring to Sputnik's March and don't play hide and seek games with anyone.
After proving that two events out of three can strike several times in a row and create a true bias I got 6K views and very little replies.
So I won the 3 hands flat betting. Say I was at $150.00 a hand as an example. I am up $450.00 for that section. I will take the $450.00 and split it into 4 units of $110.00 each and use those 4 wagers of $110.00 for my (1 + 4 Side Parlay) wagering for the striking attempts. One successful (1 + 4 Side Parlay) will get me $3,520.00 if I am not mistaking. Yes, some of the wagers will have to be sacrificed, some flat bets and possibly one or more of the (1 + 4 Side Parlay) attempts. Progression and a continuance (1 + 4 Side Parlay) is a lot to ask to come out of. But when something is hitting, don't be scared, scared to win-scared to wager, IMO is the worst thing a player can subscribe to.
I read this several times and still don't get it.
Why and how does someone make side bets and play both sides at the same time?
If I understand you correctly and not misunderstand your way to play the game.
But as far as a striking, that is something along the lines as to what I would do. Rather than a planned attack. Planned attacks to me are extremely difficult and usually do not work out.
I consider my way so clever and advance that I considering apply them into Trading and Sportbetting with a combination of trading techniques and value betting.