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15 Units Method for even chances
« on: January 10, 2017, 06:48:31 PM »
This is my 15 units progressive method for even chance.

You have 15 units - you can not loose more.

Split (in your mind) your 15 units in one 5 units coin, one 4 units coin, one 3 units coin, one 2 units coin and one 1 unit coin.

Always start to play with the 3 units coin.

If you win you increase, so bet next with the 4 unit coin. Keep the 3 units won in your mind (or write it down).

If you loose decrease, so bet next time the two units coin.

Scratch the three units coin from your list. Its not longer available.

If you win after a loss, use the winnings from before.

your coins: 1-2-3-4-5 (15 units available)
bet with 3 units first

you loose
now you have
1-2---4-5 now you bet with two units

you win 2 units
you write down 1-2---4-5/2

you have won so you have to increase units, you should play three units, but you don't have "such a coin" so you have to bet 4 units

you win
you write down 1-2---4-5/6 (cause you have won 6 total now)

increase, so bet with 5 units coin
you loose

decrease, so bet with the 4 units coin
you loose

If you want you can now split the 6 won into two threes:
1-2-3/3 and bet the three units coin

and so on and so on

If you have a bad day, you can not loose more than 15 units.

If you have a good day, you units (and bankroll) will increase speedy. 

I'm curious about your opinions.

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Re: 15 Units Method for even chances
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2017, 07:53:00 PM »
Very interesting approach.
Has similar qualities with Hollandish and tier et tout systems

To tell you the truth though I'm not sure of the rules. Can you explain them again? For example why don't we strike out the 4 after we win with 4 units?

Re: 15 Units Method for even chances
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2017, 08:00:28 PM »
that's because it's exactly the opposite from the method with striking the won units. I know this is the hollandish system. Just imagine that the units are real chips with that value. So why striking it? You have won one more chip with the value 4.   You understand what i mean?  I know, maybe it's a bit strange, but I like it. If you are in plus, you can stop whenever you want , or increase again.

Not striking the betted units. Only striking the lost. Add the won.
« Last Edit: January 10, 2017, 08:02:24 PM by funtomas76 »


Re: 15 Units Method for even chances
« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2017, 10:52:49 AM »

 Well i like it very much and will get back with some input.