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mogul397

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #30 on: August 06, 2015, 01:07:42 AM »
Thanks Harry.

The part that makes me laugh is the no bathroom break thing. From your timing
I'll guess you're about my age (58) or older and back then you had some kind
of intensity.  I remember some times when I was just tracking wheel results
20-30 years ago and having the same thing happen.

I just happened upon this thread and I figure that there should be enough younger
folk out there to do some heavy lifting on these methods, to add substance to the
conversation.

What was you overall experience with it? You missed that part.  Sounds like just a grind
that kept you busy for hours.  I was looking at a labby with double dozens recently.
And aside of the fact that eventually luck goes against you, it does turn into quite a harsh
situation.

I prefer something with a little juice. Like the 3 step marty. And work something around it.

Mogul
 

Harryj

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #31 on: August 06, 2015, 02:57:53 PM »
   Hi Mogul,
               The actual step progression is a bit of a grind. My main system at that time was to all the EC's that failed to show for 3 or 4 spins. The first 3 bets were 1-2-3 which formed a short marty. The stepped progression was just a recovery technique.  It worked very well in that role. I have dabbled with the idea of tweaking it into an attacking progression but my whole style of play is different now and it wouldn't fit. I tossed it out there, as you said , to let the youngsters have a go.

      The long uninterupted sessions were a case of necessity rather than choice. The South African public were so starved for a chance to gamble that there were queues for every seat it the casino. Including the slots ! I timed my arrival to coincide with the feedng trough and the start of the shows. They were also starved for the sight of naked ladies prancing about on the stage ! Once I had a seat to move for any reason meant losing itt with little chance of getting another.

     My current is probably much like yours. Two or three bets and i'm off looking for a new target. I refuse to expose my bankroll for the black swan to bite ! 

    By the way I am over 20 years your senior.

        Good luck
                      Harry
 

mogul397

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #32 on: August 07, 2015, 02:46:50 AM »
That's a great story Harry.

When I said I was 58 I did the math and figured as much about your age.

Funny and sad about the truth of getting a spot and not losing it.  Takes
a little youthful metal to function in that environment.

I rarely place a bet. Most often I play on paper. I won't expose my money same
as you. But I'd like to find a safe comfort spot to play. Something where I can
feel like I have some chance to not lose my ass.  Anything that ramps up your
betting in any way will do that.

Shouldn't it be equally true that their ass gets exposed on the other end?

My philosophical theory kind of revolves around the fact that playing methods
always resolve winning one unit at a time, then chasing losses, which is where you
get into trouble.  If we played the opposite, like we were the house and let the
house chase us, then the house would eventually lose.
 

Harryj

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #33 on: August 07, 2015, 10:54:59 AM »

Shouldn't it be equally true that their ass gets exposed on the other end?

My philosophical theory kind of revolves around the fact that playing methods
always resolve winning one unit at a time, then chasing losses, which is where you
get into trouble.  If we played the opposite, like we were the house and let the
house chase us, then the house would eventually lose.

   I agree with everyting except that last sentence. The problem is that the casino has a much fatter ass for the "Black Swan" to bite ! So can afford to lose alittle more "flesh" than we can.

                Harry
 

Reyth

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #34 on: December 05, 2015, 08:57:49 AM »
 

Harryj

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #35 on: December 05, 2015, 05:06:31 PM »
hahaha I said this was in my mind and heart!

https://www.roulettelife.com/index.php/topic,628.msg8210.html#msg8210

    Hi Reyth,
                  I know that you like juggling the figures. I used to be that way myself. Always looking for a progression thst would turn the tables on the casino. I finally realized that bet selection is the only way to win. AP is not the only waythere are many anomolies in the math of probability that can be exploited.
       Once you locate a situation that seems to offer a better than the basic odds chance to win. The progression becomes merely a tool to spread the risk.

       The stepped progression can be simply modified to show a profit. It is very economical on the bankroll. not many progressions can handle a 20 step Deviation within 100 units. These days I don't like exposing my bankroll. If the casino want to take it away. they are going to have to work very hard.

       Regards,
                   Harry
 
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dobbelsteen

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #36 on: December 06, 2015, 12:58:01 PM »
On the terminals of the Multi roulette I can switch between 5 real tables. The computer records the results of the last 50 spins.For the ECs the terminal show the number of occurences. The difference between the numbers is very rare more than 12. With a low risk you can flat betting against the mean that in the next 10 spins the mean is moving to an equilibrium With 5 tables the waiting time is not very longfor new signals.
Hit and run!!
 

Reyth

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #37 on: December 06, 2015, 01:35:47 PM »
Nice Dobble!  Do you think that 50 spins (history) is more significant than 37?
 

dobbelsteen

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #38 on: December 06, 2015, 08:30:16 PM »
On the Multi roulette we have also the history of the last 20 spins. This history together with the stats give me sufficient signals for my strategies.My most popular strategy is the game of the dices.
 

Reyth

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #39 on: January 06, 2016, 02:43:15 PM »
I am playing this now with  a double street.  I spin 4 times to equal one EC spin and get paid better than an EC and with slightly better odds (vs./in-ratio-to an EC I am actually eclipsing the house edge).  I can play with a total balance of 400 units but I choose 800 for double security.

I have an 88% chance of hitting within the MM (1st 12 spins) for a dynamic profit as opposed to 1:1.  After 12 spins its a battle for par.
« Last Edit: January 06, 2016, 02:59:24 PM by Reyth »
 

Jake007

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #40 on: January 06, 2016, 11:04:02 PM »
I ran a lazy version of this. I bet on 3 ECs at all times... BLACK, ODD and 19-36.

Starting wallet $1000. Each of the EC I bet $10 on, so total bet is $30.

If one EC did not win I added $10 to that particular total.

Example:

SPIN = BLACK / ODD / 19-36
              $10     $10      $10
32 (-$10)
              $20     $20      $10
21 (+$60)

and I just keep going. Which ever EC did not win, I would add $10 to it. It really didnt do too bad, going up about +$200 in a short amount of time. Although, I could have gone down $200 easily, but never really dropped much at all. A series of losses never lasted very long.

Was easy enough but the original theory seems safer :)
 

Reyth

Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
« Reply #41 on: January 06, 2016, 11:50:50 PM »
Right, when the wheel behaves, profit is so smooth and easy but hiding underneath that smooth surface is a savage deviation that will crush all but the largest bankrolls in quick order.
 

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Re: Stepped Progression By Harry J *PROPS!*
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