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Push or pull?
« on: March 22, 2019, 01:06:51 PM »
Days come when everything goes fine at roulette.Today I terminate two sessions at airball machines... very fast profits and very fast win limit reached.

I know to be conservative is good. I know never give money won back to casino.But somewhere I read that in these golden days one should engineer to make a big shot. Because there are the days when actually you can turn everything in gold.
Of course you risk to give'em money back.
I use to pull back my profits when win limit is reached.Maybe I should PUSH instead?
How do you behave in easy days?
 
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MickyP

Re: Push or pull?
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2019, 02:38:47 PM »
I appreciate the "easy days" when I reach my goals quickly and win every session. With my daily win goal reached and excess wins untouched and accumulating I walk out. Tomorrow is another day.

But if I need to I will play a few extra sessions mote to make up lost time than to get ahead with profit and time.

Play over a day is unpredictable so I feel it is wise to stick to your planned "game" and avoid what may just be a bumpy road ahead.
 
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Sputnik

Re: Push or pull?
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2019, 04:07:14 PM »


You can search for Brett Mortons Money Management Strategy.
Here you have several win targets and jackpot to ride out the good Days and get the most out of them.

John Patrick also have solution for this kind of dicipline, buy hes roulette book with blue cover.
Good price as e-book at hes home site.

Cheers
 
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Third

Re: Push or pull?
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2019, 07:44:54 PM »
I don't cap my daily winnings but I cap my session winnings, changing "wheels" between sessions.  I like being able to rest between sessions to keep my mind and heart sharp.  I stop playing if I don't feel up to it.
 
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Stratege

Re: Push or pull?
« Reply #4 on: March 23, 2019, 09:17:19 AM »

Astutillo, I will answer you spontaneously that "if winds and the gods are favorable to you", follow the game. A very old adage of the "thirty-and-forty" (formerly called "the king of the games" in Europe) says "it is not necessary play against the gap". Which means that you have to follow the series, and of course stop when the series is over. Your question indicates that you play without a very precise method, otherwise it would be your test that would tell you what you need to do. With the straight up, you can have a flat bet advantage of 400 units or more (10 or 15 consecutive winning attacks for a few days). It is certain that on this type of bet, you can "make gold" at some point in your life as a player if you use a progression. But when (if you do not have a winning method)? It is this dream that brings a lot of players on the straight up.

The best for you is to keep an accounting of your bet to divide your stream into parts (or attacks). You can then follow a favorable series and stop after two consecutive losing attacks. It's a very good principle. If you look in this direction (play, quit, play, quit), you can do even better.
 
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