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TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 19, 08:21 AM 2019
I've really been busting my head the last couple of weeks, revisiting past posts on the forum, posting here and there. Overall not that active.

But I have been testing some hybrid bet selection and progression, and the prelim test have really exceeded my expectations.

I'm firstly going to post the original 2 posts  ( Credits to the original creators and posters )


The TDM 2 Dozens
https://www.rouletteforum.cc/index.php?topic=10357.msg93465#msg93465

Lifetime progression
https://www.rouletteforum.cc/index.php?topic=13374.0


So I changed the name to TDM DC Lifetime as I used the core concept of TDM and the progression of Lifetime.

Ok so here the bet selection.


Instead of marking just the dozens, you will mark both the dozen AND column in your 3 wide matrix. This just makes the next bet easier.

For example :

3B, 2A, 3B
1A,  0 , 2C
1C, 2A, 3C
3B, 2B, 3C
1A ...... and so on.

Take note - same rules apply with TDM with regards to repeats in a qualifying row. So go and read that post again.

We all know that some of these matrix style system have a pretty good strike rate, and this was the case back when Twister and Dino also played with the bet selection. I don't believe that has changed.

To try and better our chance, we will now alternate between dozens and columns.

Lets use above sample

3B, 2A, 3B - Trigger
1A,  0 , 2C - Bet against dozen 3 - win first bet. Complete the line. This line cannot be the trigger as it containts 0
1C, 2A, 3C - New line and trigger
3B, 2B, 3C - Bet against column C - win first bet. Complete the line. This line is then the trigger for dozens
1A              - Bet against dozen 3 - win first bet. Complete the line. This line is then the trigger for columns and so on.

So we alternate between dozen and columns.

Now for the juicy part - I used the "lifetime progression" to be able to try and live through the bad streaks ( which we know are not that often, but they do happen )

Tweaked Lifetime

Level 1 – Flat bet on 1 unit on each dozen until you reach 10 spins or you are up by 1 unit. Whichever is earlier. If you reach a point where you are up by 1 unit, restart the progression from level 1 again.

Level 2 – You will reach this stage if you have bet for 10 spins are you in negative territory. If you are either down from a previous high or a negative - and this negative number is 3 - you add + 1 to this number. Your new bet will now be 4 units on each dozen for the next 10 spins. Flat bet 4 units until you reach 10 spins or you are up by +1 ore more. Whichever is earlier. If you  reach a point where you are up 1u, restart from level 1.

Level 3 – You will reach this if you have bet for 20 spins and you are still in negative territory. Now lets say you are combined in negative of -7u from first set and -11u from second set, add 7 + 11 and again +1 for the total bet per unit on each dozen. You will get 19u. Flat bet 19 units on each dozen or until you reach 10 spins or you are up by +1 or more.


I would really appreciate any input or your test results if you like this method.

Thanks for taking the time to read. Shoot your questions if you have any.

Ciao,
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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 19, 11:49 AM 2019
Trust the timing of your life!

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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 19, 02:24 PM 2019
Nice Maui, very interesting way of combining the two methods into one, smart.

Will definitely test once I get some free time, can you post the example numbers from that session in order (showing the numbers vertically and then off to the right the decision process per number)?

i.e.:

35 (3B)
6 (1C)
19 (2A) - trigger, bet against dozen 3
29 (2B) - win
29 (2B) - win
14 (2B) - win

etc

Thanks and cheers!


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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 19, 10:36 PM 2019
Hey Mako,

I'll start sharing the numbers as I test together with the graphs. Watch this space.  ;)

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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 20, 07:46 AM 2019
I like it! :thumbsup:

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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 20, 08:34 AM 2019
Thanks blueman,

Had a pretty shitty session... hence the reason this is in the testing zone.

Don't know if I'm being stupid, but it felt like the hit ratios were higher on the dozens than the columns. So maybe something I thought that would be good of alternating, isn't that good after all.

So more testing will be done.
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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 20, 11:02 AM 2019
Thanks blueman,

Had a pretty shitty session... hence the reason this is in the testing zone.

Don't know if I'm being stupid, but it felt like the hit ratios were higher on the dozens than the columns. So maybe something I thought that would be good of alternating, isn't that good after all.

So more testing will be done.


@ Maui

In annex excel file.
When I have 1 1 1 I play the file in my excel file I don't take the next tree spins.
You can see the result after 10, 20 , 30 and 40. Each of this results are independant.
Nice day
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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 20, 01:03 PM 2019
@ Ludo

So you ended with + 40   ( if I understood your Excel sheet correctly? )

Thanks a lot for testing!  :thumbsup:
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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 20, 01:26 PM 2019
@ Ludo

So you ended with + 40   ( if I understood your Excel sheet correctly? )

Thanks a lot for testing!  :thumbsup:

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i ended PLUS 2 after 40 (orange carre)  After 10, 20 and 30 it was negatif, but I recover after first spin with progression ex. minus 2 at 10 spins I bet 3 on each dozen. When I was plus 1 i go back to 1 unit.

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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 20, 01:35 PM 2019

will this be of help to you...
download extract...
right click on purple circle icon rpro...run as admin
click on file on top left and click open...i only have 25000 spins in that but you can add your own...name file and end it in .dat
http://www.mediafire.com/file/9mmkrdqt1wv5gbv/rpro_copy.rar/file

shows most stuff including dozens and columns

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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 21, 03:12 AM 2019

will this be of help to you...
download extract...
right click on purple circle icon rpro...run as admin
click on file on top left and click open...i only have 25000 spins in that but you can add your own...name file and end it in .dat
http://www.mediafire.com/file/9mmkrdqt1wv5gbv/rpro_copy.rar/file

shows most stuff including dozens and columns

DAMN! Thanks a lot man. Really appreciate it  :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Feb 21, 03:40 AM 2019
No probs..make sure you input numbers correctly as the undo last number feature doesn’t work for some reason ..

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Re: TDM DC Lifetime - By Maui
Mar 03, 11:23 PM 2020
When I have 1 1 1 I play the file in my excel file I don't take the next tree spins.
You can see the result after 10, 20 , 30 and 40. Each of this results are independant.
Hi, can you tell me more about how to use your table? I don’t understand how to use the table, when to bet, where to bet, how much.


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