Hello to everyone!

I read this whole thread with great interest.

I have to thank first of all DrTalos for giving very useful clues (and I suggest you to ignore all those who criticize you for not showing your method, why the hell should you!)

I am beginning to reason about this way of facing roulette.

If anyone of you know Lorenzo Della Moglie (a matemathician who studied roulette and developed a "tweak" of the Garcia system), the core idea is very similar (I am Italian so I read Della Moglie's book)

By the way, just as start, let's say I am down by 300 units. I play only one single number (just for the example to be simple) and I had no hits, let's say in 100 spins (so I am 0:100). I should use the divisor 2, which gives 100:2=50. Payoff in European roulette is 36:1. So I should bet 2 units on my poor single number until the divisor is 2 and the total loss diveded by the divisor is less than 72, then I should calculate again. Is this conceptually correct...?

A second issue, let's say I have to recover 50 units, which is the guideline to choose which bet is better in order to keep me alive the most? If I bet one single number and hit, it would be the best way, but odds are very low. If I bet an EC (extreme example, I know!) I would have to bet 31 units bu almost 50% odds...

By the way, thank you to everybody here who understood DrTalos is a true person and is appreciating and developing his precious ideas!