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scepticus

Re: Playing with Quotes and Concepts
« Reply #45 on: April 17, 2019, 08:11:07 PM »
Thank you Dr Talos
my method has not yet " got out of control" .  I would abandon it if it did because it would then be a flawed method.
I bet a  3 /1 shot that- when it wins -pays odds of 7 /2 . I am quite comfortable using it and have been for some time . Sharing it would not benefit me , so I don't .Good luck !
 

DrTalos

Re: Playing with Quotes and Concepts
« Reply #46 on: April 18, 2019, 09:13:34 PM »
Vitorwally, I will try to answer your question the best I can, despite the fact I am not sure what the exact information you are trying to get.

I think a System must be mechanical, and saying so I mean that the possible outcomes of the game are already set before starting a session. This because you should avoid mistakes, intuitions or emotional behavior while at the table. No rooms for "if I had choose this instead of that I would have won" saving the system while losing your money. A common mistake.
  If you are in a situation where you need three hits, is in the parameters of the game what you should play.
  Let's say your parameter is recover as fast as I can, you will play SU numbers or splits; if you plan to recover slowly but steady, you will cover more numbers.

My personal opinion is you need to find the best bet for the money you put on the felt. A good coverage with no so much units. That is the reason why I say a dozen is different that 4 streets.

 
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vitorwally

Re: Playing with Quotes and Concepts
« Reply #47 on: April 19, 2019, 10:17:49 AM »
I appreciate the time you took to reply DrTalos.

Today I’m giving a follow-up to the 144 numbers mini-parachute, the one ending with a debt of 146 units. I’m posting an attachment. It’s possible to see there how we can opt between multiple approaches. It doesn’t correspond to my current method, as my method doesn’t require me to look at an Excel worksheet. However, it does represent a template I’m been respecting the last couple of years when I want to do “bits and pieces” like the one uploaded. Some are short, others are longer (maximum 263 spins).

In addition, I’m leaving a link to the Wolfram Alpha platform once again. It shows, holding the requirements I wrote on the problem presented earlier, the array of options we have. As I’m trying to suggest throughout the topic, a mathematical representation of a problem usually helps an individual to see how extensive the alternatives are. I’m leaving a second attachment labeling the key elements of the system, even though this time it’s a quite simple one.
Link: bit[dot]ly/2GoI7pN
« Last Edit: April 19, 2019, 10:20:29 AM by vitorwally »
 
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