The foundations of this system are entirely Dr. Talos'. The BOOM! concept is credited to Jack Boom, who credited someone else (I think it was Vic??). The Talos BOOM! implementation is my own, born out of thousands of spins of heartache, fear, massive wins and losses. I am still scared to death to apply it. I am using this thread to get over it because like Mr. Perfect has pointed out, making money is srs bzns and anything less than our best efforts is unacceptable. This means overcoming fear, to profit, MASSIVELY.

However in the attached form your first hit with Q17 comes at 14th spin. With the above progression how can you have won a profit of 24 units?

After every hit, there is a status report. If there is remaining debt, it will be shown in the "Debt:" section. A win of 24 is gross profit and indicates that the bet amount was 3 units (I was betting a Quad). If there is remaining debt, it indicates that the base progression had failed and I was in Debt Recovery.

Also can you provide the link where the divisor calculation method is explained?

On the base progression, we are obviously betting 1 unit until it is complete (it fails). We can see that we have bet 60 numbers because the base progression is always 60 numbers bet (at least, depending on selection; e.g. EC will require 72 numbers to be bet [1 2 4 8] to satisfy the 60 minimum requirement and that should be part of the total ongoing numbers bet count/schedule).

After the base progression, our divisor is automatically 2, until we reach 120 numbers bet or we achieve a hit; if we reach 120 numbers it will be 3 and if we hit, it will be 1 but the numbers bet count continues either way.

The divisor is only modified in two cases:

1) A hit is obtained -- lower the divisor by 1

2) 60 numbers are bet -- raise the divisor by 1

These are automatic rules that will always be applied until profit is obtained. The numbers bet is augmented after every spin (for a Quad it is +4 for every spin, an EC is +18) and every time we reach (or surpass; e.g. EC) a natural multiple of 60, we must raise the divisor. These natural numbers are easy to identify. Here is enough for 1000 spins:

120 180 240 300 360 420 480 540 600 660 720 780 840 900 960 1020 1080

Every time we hit one of these above numbers bet, we raise the divisor by 1. Anytime we are back at profit we start this count completely over.

To calculate the bet, do the following:

1) Total the debt & add 1

2) Divide the debt+1 by the divisor

3) Divide the result by the payout (a Quad pays out 8 units), round up if there is any fraction

4) The result is the bet amount

This calculation is performed after every spin. You can easily have an excel spreadsheet to the work, filling into the fields the debt and the divisor, to calculate the bet automatically. Its easy to add our last bet to the debt total.