Thanks for posting this system. It appears to be based on the same principles as Full Trioplay. The main difference is the divisor. That does add an element of temperance to the system.
I often like to start systems like this in a more aggressive manner. Like it would be interesting to start with a divisor of 1 until we are in the hole a predetermined number of units, say -5. Then we move to a divisor of 2. If we get further in the hole, say -10, we move to a divisor of 3. etc...
I know the above concept can put us into a real grinding situation every now and then, but it can also give us a lot more chips up front when the give and take is more on our side.
Once we find ourselves going into the hole we move into recovery mode. I know that increasing the divisor by too much will be like trying to recover flat betting, but a good run of wins at the right time can dig us out pretty quick. And if we have to grind our way out, well that's the nature of a negative expectation game.
What do ya think?
I think there is not a straight answer, you have to go with the gut. Sometimes a risky bet will solve the situation, or make it worse.
If I see the whole is there, am a lot back, I consider a break, or change the play. Your target is to reach new high in time, not to win every session.
It can be interesting to stop real play, do it virtual to know what should happen, if continue.
On line I use to play an other way a while, and if it wins, I forget the downdraw I had.
Most of bankrolls are blown, due to chasing losses, there is a point when the likehood is small.
Before I use to allways try to win every day, now I feel OK with a small loss, which is realistic to catch up an other time.
"Stop while ahead" is a common sentence, but I am mot sure it helps. Stop when the winnings comes easy? You know at a point everthing will not work fluent, and then it may be time to stop, with winning or the loss.
Relay the soft progressions can be scary. I had a session there I add just one on loss, removed one on win, the drawback were 1000:s of chips, I struggle for weeks, and catch it up with nearly break even. With my knowledge today, I should shift the play. There is a point there "stop while not getting worse".
Otherwise its good practise to stake harder while everthing doing very well, and go down when its swinging to the harder.
For the moment I play EC and progress on wins 1,2,2,3,4,5 and sometimes 2,1,2,3,4,5
It is not any difference which you play, I do both just because I sometimes feel more sure of the first bet. BV is very streaky today, do not chops so often, I bet on the last EC and up to now I got both 9,8 series. I change to this, as I so the marque, and guessing it may continue.