« Last post by Albalaha on Today at 06:01:17 am »
I believe you, yet imo the problem lies in the word "later". How much later?
When a certain % of total wins vs losses come gradually.
Remember, it is about Regression towards Mean. Do not mix it with any fallacy like "compensatory wins has to come" etc.
All negative progressions fail due to their limits. Martingale fails itself if it is a single big bad stretch going too long, beyond its capacity. A labby or fibonacci loses if the wins are less than 1/3rd of the total outcome. Those forget this fundamental, has to lose.
Gradually is the keyword and we can't define it in exact number of trials but we can have some rough estimates regarding the virtual limits which are almost unbreakable. I gave 28/80 example which is purely beatable with a little aggressive progression like labby.
Come up with a data where we have only 2 wins in 20 spins and the later 80 spins have less than 28 wins. I won't die even if this happens somehow due to the RTM principles.