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Tekunda

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Another loosing day.
4th session loss.
Expect another update tomorrow!

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would it be possible to post the spins of the said 4 losing sessions, you surely record, right?
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

Tekunda

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would it be possible to post the spins of the said 4 losing sessions, you surely record, right?
I will post the spins later today.
But I admit I already think of calling it quits.
I had 3 loosing days within a week.
When I started out I had a winning streak of 4 consecutive days, then came the first loss.
Then another winning day followed by a loss.
And again a winning day followed by another loss.
That tells me already that the day will come when I will receive a back to back loss, maybe followed by a winning day and boom another loss.
Perhaps a better way to play this system would be to play with big units just one session per day.
I also think it would make no difference at all to just play the penultimate pattern.
At least this would cut down tremendously on the boredom of waiting for the pattern to show.
It would be great if a member who played this system would chime in letting me know if my gut feeling is correct about the loosing day patterns which I already have experienced or if it might be possible that maybe I just started out on the wrong leg and things could get better.

Tekunda

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There won't be an update tonight.
I have decided to stop playing PB the way I play.
I will start out again someday next week playing all three chances.
At least this will cut down on the waiting time which just was too long for my taste.
I will give give a heads up when I start out again.

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Very cool

I thought you were playing all 3
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

Tekunda

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Very cool

I thought you were playing all 3

No, I just played Hi/Lo but the waiting time is really too long.
I had several of my 5 daily sessions, when just one session was dragging on for 80 coups and more.

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Playing all 3 usually gives a bet in 20 to 30 spins I believe.
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

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I think you should try CHT's strategy. he is amazing
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I think you should try CHT's strategy. he is amazing
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Hi. What is CHT's strategy ?
Or do you have a link please ?

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Good luck with your testing op.
Was thinking about testing this myself.
But I can't help thinking I might as well pick a random 3 pattern and bet against it. Would my results be any different ?  Certainly less waiting :)
Back in the day I tested one of JL's methods. Think it was code 4 or pattern 4.  It seemed to do well for some people. Bust in only my second game and twice again very soon after. People played this for long streaks of winning sessions. Recently tested KTF after reading all the posts and looking at Notto's great results. Second game bust for me -800 and then two of my next 5 games bust. So I gave up.
I think some of these systems like PB can win for a long time. I'm sure some are doing very well with it. But not for me. I am not lucky.
Systems can and do work. I enjoy testing and inventing systems. I have two of my own that I'm very excited about.
Keep looking and you will find what you are looking for.
Test,test and more test. Why risk your money if you have doubts about what you are playing.
Sorry for the long post. Look forward to your results.

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Guys there are a few ways to improve your results at PB , here are my thoughts.

Don't bet any trigger after 27 spins, how do you achieve this ?
Monitor as many even chance combinations as you can. You have the 3 traditional combinations PLUS you can use lines , streets , splits or whatever combinations you want, the more the merrier until you get a regular trigger below 30 spins. If anyone comes up with a tracker for this I would love to have a copy please. Results are better from triggers 21,24 and 27.

Don't ignore zero, results are better when no zero is tracked in the build up to a trigger. If you get a zero don't play a trigger whatever spin it comes. To get round this I play zero as a stand alone game. It's easy to progress slowly 1 number to the next game if it appears. So either way I get action.

When you get a trigger you don't necessarily need to bet against the last pattern formed ( no.7 ). Keep a record of which pattern ( 1-7 ) has gone the longest without being the winning pattern and bet against that.

This should improve results. Keep me updated as to how you guys get on.

Cheers.




 

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