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Re: Bankroll management can save you!
« Reply #15 on: January 30, 2018, 01:17:14 PM »

This is not my work but was posted many years ago on another forum by someone called Malcop.
It is a rather excellent money management plan for those who like playing the EC bets and well worth preserving.

The info in it could be applied for any session buy-in - the only thing that would change is the values not the information.

Stage 1: BB = Breakdown Border (Session Buy-In)
Stage 2: SBB = Stop Betting Border (Set at 15%)
Stage 3: SP = Satisfaction Point (Set at 30%)
Stage 4: IG = Initial Goal (Set at 50%)

Stage 1: Is your session buy-in you never place a bet that will take you bellow your buy-in.
Stage 2: Is your safety net, this only comes into effect once you have got to stage 3.
Stage 3: This is where you would be happy to go home with, in this case 30% of your buy-in.  Once you get to this stage you would never place a bet that would take you bellow Stage 2.
Stage 4: This is your goal, when you get here you have made 50% of your buy-in now if you decide to go on you will never place a bet that would take you bellow stage 3.



Even Money Bet Selection MM Rules (30)

These MM Rules are used when playing an Even Money Bet Selection method with
Roulette or Baccarat, with a 30 unit buy-in.

1. Always start each session with 30 units and bet amount set at 1 unit.
2. Never place a bet that will take you over -30 from your highest point. (so if your
highest point was +4 never go below -26).
3. Once you get to +9 never never place a bet that will take you below +5 units.
4. Once you get to +15 or above never give back more than 6 units (for example if you
are at +16 never go below +11).

The best way to use the above information is to break your session down to four stages
like so:

• Stage 1: -30 (we hope we never get to here!!!)
• Stage 2: +5 (do nothing this is your safety net once you get to +9)
• Stage 3: +9 (once you get to here you are guaranteed a winning session)
• Stage 4: +15 (once you get to here you have two choices stop, or play on)

If playing at a Brick and Mortar Casino I would use my chips to keep count on what stage
I'm at during my session, by keeping my buying chips separate from any profits I would
have, for example I have been playing for a while and now have +11, I would have three
piles of chips, 30, 5 and 7 and only play with the third pile of chips(7), trying to get to the
target of +15, if I lose them I exit the session.

If playing online I would look at my Casino account for example if I had £800.00 in my
account and was using £10.00 as my base bet I would do the following:

On a piece of paper/notepad I would right down the four stages of the session I'm about to
play based on my current Casino account balance.

We know that we need 30 units to play our session so everything bellow is based on that.

• Stage 1: 500 (we hope we never get here!!!)
• Stage 2: 850 (do nothing this is your safety net once you get to 890)
• Stage 3: 890 (once you get to here you are guaranteed a winning session)
• Stage 4: 950 (once you get to here you have two choices stop, or play on)

Now with your four stages written down before you play, it will be easy to see what stage
your are at in your session just by looking at your Casino balance.
 
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Re: Bankroll management can save you!
« Reply #16 on: May 21, 2019, 01:00:51 PM »
bump!