Hi Astutillo,

On your point below, have you worked out more in depth statistics of your systems of >>88% hit ratio? for example, expected units profit per XXX spins played, average bet size, average profit size, maximum consecutive losses, maximum bankroll drawdown, maximum spins needed to recover that maximum bankroll drawdown etc?

This will better help you estimate and decide whether it is worthy to stay and recover or just leave the table at any time.

The hit ratio itself is a poor statistic, it needs to be studied along with its risk/return profile.

To use an example from football, Barcelona may win 88% of times in its Home games in the Primera Division, however if the average betting odd from the betting company for Barcelona to win at its Home game in the Primera Division is 1.02, then betting on Barcelona winning at Home games in the Primera Division is a not a winning strategy itself, when you do the maths!

Hope that helps!