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GIAJJENNO

Re: The Dozen Drive
« Reply #135 on: July 22, 2019, 10:37:31 PM »
Also we can play continuosly the game, not waiting for 2 fresh spins. Example:

28 T1
7 T2 BET D2
35
31
11
8
15 W BET D3
29 W BET D1
9 W BET D2
18 W BET D3
21
18
2
6
25 W BET D2
34
25
34
19 W BET D1
7 W BET D3
16
29 W BET D1
22
9 W BET D3
17
33 W BET D1
12 W BET D2
32
34
21 W BET D1
30
4 W

13 W 0 L

With original play:

28
7 BET D2
35
31
11
8
15 W
29
9 BET D2
18 W
21
18
2 BET D3
6
25 W
34
25
34
19 BET D1
7 W
16
29 BET D1
22
9 W
17
33 BET D1
12 W
32
34
21 BET D1
30
4 W

7 W 0 L
 
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MickyP

Re: The Dozen Drive
« Reply #136 on: July 24, 2019, 05:59:06 AM »
Gia, you can't play the Dozen Drive continuously. You will crash and burn with a sleeping dozen.
In your example you play 5 spins; what is your number of played spins before you stop and wait for a next trigger?
You must have all three dozens active if you want to play continuously. The moment one of the dozens falls asleep, your game should sleep as well. You must wait for the sleeping dozen to get back to normal distribution before you continue. It is for this reason that Palestis single Dozen System and the Dozen Drive compliment each other. Pales system works well when there is a sleeping dozen so using the two methods is a logical way to keep your play in motion.
 
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GIAJJENNO

Re: The Dozen Drive
« Reply #137 on: July 24, 2019, 12:28:49 PM »
Hi Micky, in this case I stop at spin 6, but sometimes I look the first 3 spins for virtual loss. I play for few wins, and I change table. Micky, in your original method, your dozen can sleep aswell like in my continuos play.
 

Jesper

Re: The Dozen Drive
« Reply #138 on: July 24, 2019, 12:51:31 PM »
A dozen can sleep any time, the fact it has been away for some spins will not tell, it will come more.   In the long run it goes against more equal, but in parts, not in numbers.  in 20 spins a dozen can be away, that is 20. In 10000 spins they are  more balanced, but that which were 100% in 20 spins is maybe  1% in 10000, which absolute is more, it is 100.  I can not see, waiting will help. It can in specific situation, but we see it afterwards. 

Dozen are dangerous using negative progressions.    If we go for three hits in a row, using positive progressions, we stay low until we get three in a row  which win  2 first time  4 next  and 6 the third.  If we fail it is one a spin.  I do not track, but I know many says they can and it works, It may be so, but I have not seen it in my play.
 

MickyP

Re: The Dozen Drive
« Reply #139 on: July 24, 2019, 01:37:08 PM »
Hi Micky, in this case I stop at spin 6, but sometimes I look the first 3 spins for virtual loss. I play for few wins, and I change table. Micky, in your original method, your dozen can sleep aswell like in my continuos play.

I know the dozens sleep and there is no way to predict when this will start happening; that is why there is a limit to the number of bets or spins you bet on, three or four is the norm. In original play when the dozen falls asleep you only bet three or four spins then stop and wait for that dozen to come up again. If that same dozen is selected for play directly after a loss trigger you don't play it because it is a red flag. Including your two or more spins to get the trigger and you bet on four spins, so it give you 6 or more spins for the last dozen to land. A dozen can be expected to hit once in every three spins so you are doubling the expectation level to 6 spins for it to appear. This is what makes the Dozen Drive such a dynamic method. Your parameters of play must be realistic. Chasing a win is the same with continuous play as it is playing to avoid a loss. Rather a small manageable loss than a big loss from chasing a win.
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GIAJJENNO

Re: The Dozen Drive
« Reply #140 on: July 24, 2019, 02:12:17 PM »
Sometimes I look for 3 virtual loss after XY, so no appear Z dozen. It gaves me 9 spins to took the third dozen, so I triple the expected 3 spins.
 
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MickyP

Re: The Dozen Drive
« Reply #141 on: July 24, 2019, 04:46:16 PM »
Sometimes I just move to another table if I specifically only want to play the Dozen Dive otherwise conditions are perfect for Pales Single Dozen System. Either way, conditions will favour one of the methods.
 
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