Tried a new progression using a ladder system which combined with the Matrix seems to have made it a whole different game, no big drawdowns and a steady increase. Been unable to test over hundreds of spins but what I have tested comes out very good.

The way of it;

Using the Matrix each line is an individual game, so a win on a line then drops you down to the next line so that stops you going to far on a progression and makes a recoup on the next line, a new game easier, so a max of 5 bets for a line or less on a win.

Now the progression, which I cleaned from the Monte Carlo Book but shortened it to 5 steps so it ties in with the Matrix and added a level to make 5 levels, which I haven't been there yet.

The Progression;

1) 1, 1, 2, 2, 3

2) 1, 2, 2, 3, 4

3) 2, 2, 3, 4, 5

4) 2, 3, 4, 5, 7

5) 3, 4, 5, 7, 9

As you can see it works going down as across same as the Matrix.

Now to the use of:

Starting with the first level off the progression on the first level of the Matrix until a win then drop to the next level or line 2 off the matrix and level 1 of the progression, go again.

If you finish a line on the matrix with no win, then drop to the next line on the matrix and the next level of the progression, if a win and drop in earnings then stay on that level of the progression until level or better.

Pheww, got there. Now this has not been well tested but so far has changed the whole outcome of using the Matrix and made it into nearly a totally mechanical system

Controls your bet and controls your Prog so you can't get too deep into either and makes a relaxed game.

Thanks for making me look again at progressions Notto