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bleep24

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What is your opinion on stopping out.  What I mean is, say that we are betting 2 individual numbers and we let them run for 18 spins and no hit.  Is it better to plough on with a progression and hope that we get a hit sooner rather than later but all the time building up bigger individual and total stakes or to bail out and hope that next series (or 2) we hit within 18 spins. How do members play it?

Should we really only be looking at flat bet methods where we continue on and hopefully it will all work out as progressions will all have a RFH sooner or later. (we all just hope that we are not playing when it does)

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IF you're flatbetting you must have a good enough betselection to win more than lose (ofcourse), that IS in most cases is playing with LESS numbers bet, and that may take longer time to play, (due to drawdowns and recovery), but the total risk should be less (less drawdowns, no great losses with a Low stoploss etc), compared playing with progression. with a small wingoal/stoploss, it *could* be more profitable than using progression, in the long run
   
Playing with progression the risk may be higher,  yes. (but time spent playing is less). As long as you have a set wingoal/stoploss, you *should* be able to win more than lose with a decent betselection,... BUT money invested may be more, because in most cases playing with progression stoploss must be *higher*, compared to flatbetting. Therefore, more money must be invested to reach the desired goal/profit; (if you're going to win 7/10, or 8/10 *minimum*, and be prepared to lose 2-3 sessions for every 10 games played)....
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Fewer bets means less time for the house edge to affect your bankroll, so
if you were to do a progression, maybe attempt that system once per day.

Ideally you should make your profit and
leave in one spin with a moderate to heavy bet.

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i will just try my luck take $100

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i will just try my luck take $100

Hmm,
But why you risk with 100? In only one spin ?
What if you lose ? Will you then risk with 200?

That’s Typical gambling style ! Be aware of that... try to build up your bankroll slowly
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Bleep have you looked at the non-hit time table.
The 2 sources of data are 1. Live German spins 2. Live spins on starburst wheel posted by the great General.
Both these show that 35 non-hits have hit leaving just 2#’s to find, but not in all sets,
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I am collecting 148 numbers from Random.org, I’ve done 670 sets and on all sets; 34 non-hits have hit leaving just 3 to find.

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So 2 individual #’s could be sleepers. It just seems that this idea of a number sleeping for hundreds of spins could be not as often as the 2 experts have you believe.

Have the members above not looked at the sheet; games, in the General non-hit time table, the spins from the greatest member on this forum the General has the KTF win on 1st profit and even the win 50/+50 is a win.

Should i post the Generals favorite pic the bucket of KFC
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So 2 individual #’s could be sleepers. It just seems that this idea of a number sleeping for hundreds of spins could be not as often as the 2 experts have you believe.

Not sure what you mean.  Can you elaborate?

Are you needing to know the max number of spins each number slept?  I can easily provide that data if you need it.
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Easy now wait 150 spins then bet those numbers yet to come out.

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Easy now wait 150 spins then bet those numbers yet to come out.

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Easy now wait 150 spins then bet those numbers yet to come out.


If you were to wait for 150 spins and you were to repeat that process 10,330 times for each number then you'd find that the distribution was very similar to the one that I posted above.  You'd still likely see a few numbers that went another 300 spins without hitting, etc....

In other words, the waiting changes nothing.  It will just make you bored.
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