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kav

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The perfect wagering plan (progression)
« on: November 28, 2016, 11:47:30 PM »
Just a thought, that could mean very much if explored:

Contemplating up as you lose progressions ("negative") I believe a wise wayto determine your next bet is taking into account your total losses so far.
The bet should be a fraction of your current loss.
To give you an example, in Martingale the bet is 100% your losses +1 unit.
I believe that the more you lose, then the bet should be a lower the fraction of your loses vs when you lose less.
For example, generally and completely vaguely speaking, when you lose 100 chips the bet should be 1/4 of your losses while if you lose 20 chips the bet can be 1/2 of your losses.

This is a framework, not a wagering plan.

Furthermore one should take into account his payouts ratio. A bet on Black which pays 2:1 needs a very different progression than a 6 numbers bet.
« Last Edit: November 29, 2016, 02:02:13 PM by kav »

scepticus

Re: The perfect wagering plan (progression)
« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2016, 06:12:00 AM »
I agree that we need to size our bets relative to the odds on offer.
If an EC is bet and we lose , say, the first 4 then we have lost 1-2-4-8 and so 15 units lost. On next spin we bet 15 + 1  units rather than  ?
I think we need to avoid EC for this unless we have a pretty good bet selection which brings me to the 5 in 7  !

slpcorner

Re: The perfect wagering plan (progression)
« Reply #2 on: November 29, 2016, 09:07:23 AM »
"Abet on Black which pays 2:1 needs a very different progression than a 6 numbers bet."

Shouldn't that be 1:1  ?

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Re: The perfect wagering plan (progression)
« Reply #3 on: November 29, 2016, 02:02:54 PM »
"Abet on Black which pays 2:1 needs a very different progression than a 6 numbers bet."

Shouldn't that be 1:1  ?

Yes, you are probably right. What I mean is that you get back double your initial bet.

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