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ignatus

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2nd LIVE-Session played @Fairway casino  8)

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Test 5. Abit reckless play in the beginning, but what i learned from this;

*IF no hit within the first three spins STOP (sometimes you *could* go for another 3 spins and +1 in the fib-ladder, but that is rare cases)

*IF a new trigger is formed while betting , (and you get no hits), immediatly switch target the the *new trigger* +1 step in progression and do anew 3-spin trial

*Continue the bet as long as it hits within the first 3 spins, IF no hit within 3 spins immediatly STOP. (and wait for a new trigger)
--A TRIGGER IS 2 hotnumbers hit within MAX 7 pockets from eachother, OR 1 number hit 3 times

*For each hit, you go one step back in the fib-ladder, (until reached a new high)

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 Test 6. ...That was a close call, but i recovered and won in the End.

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Test 6. ...That was a close call, but i recovered and won in the End.

Was it Winkel's fibbonacci?

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Was it Winkel's fibbonacci?

Yes? He was the inventor.

I use this progression

10 numbers fibonacci (go back 1 step, in the ladder-bet when win)

1 1 1|2 2 2|3 3 3|5 5 5|8 8 8|13 13 13|21 21 21|34 34 34|55 55 55|89 89 89

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 I just want to mention this - twelve numbers that hit once within two attempts has 50% probability and are equal a even money bet
 So assume you have one selection method where twelve numbers hit once and name them RED
 Then does twelve numbers does not hit for the next two attempts - then is the same thing getting one single red to show
 But assume does twelve numbers hit one more time for the next two attempts - then is the same thing as getting two reds in a row
 This is what they call binomial probability calculation
 Maybe you can tweak the method based upon this information

 Cheers
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Maybe you can tweak the method based upon this information

Thanks ego, well, yes? it's "tweaked" as much as possible, i guess,? i STOP if one trigger is not hit within 3 spins (and wait for a new trigger/Target) and that seems to work pretty good, (with this winkel's fibo-progression)...

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Another test shows good result even if it sometimes go down a bit. I use 111222333...progression. Go back 3 steps on a win.

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Another test shows good result

Yes, it seem to work very well, now we have over 15+ wins in a row, no losses, i'll keep on testing, and hope you do also boyd and share your result !

Thanks :)

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Had my first loss. I knew it would be coming...

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Hi Ignatus,

That session went positive at times. Have you ever hit a session that wasn´t in plus at least once?
“No, it was not the money that I valued—what I wanted was to make all this mob of Heintzes, hotel proprietors, and fine ladies of Baden talk about me, recount my story, wonder at me, extol my doings, and worship my winnings.”
― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The Gambler

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Winkel's fibbonacci progression seems a bit too steep.

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Hi Ignatus,

That session went positive at times. Have you ever hit a session that wasn´t in plus at least once?

No, i guess not (you have all my results, posted here) now, i could do MM like i did with "Hotzone" and win a 100 times, ....since it very rarely goes straight down to Stoploss before reaching some kind of "new high" or positive result, so you're right, check "Hotzone" if you like this kind of MM,..

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Test 8.

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Winkel's fibbonacci progression seems a bit too steep.

Well? it depends, if you play +1/-1 for an example, it would take more hits to recover... there are many options, (progressions, moneymanagement) what you like, what works for you is good, i only demonstrate my kind of gameplay....as long as you win more than you lose, (that's what it's all about!) 

 

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