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Notto, you tried apple cider vinegar for the arthritis?
Seriously, a couple of dessert spoons a day. Try it. Organic is better.
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No meat and as raw food as possible.  Did work for my aunt.
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Blueman looking into Keto.
Thanks BBB and Ewar.

DTown have you used other prog's on the matrix?
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Blueman looking into Keto.
Thanks BBB and Ewar.

DTown have you used other prog's on the matrix?

Yeah Notto, tested quite a few but maybe not long enough. Only reason I use the Fabs is it keeps drawdown pretty low and when you treat each line as an individual game it's pretty easy to recoup.
Main reason for the thread was to find a better suited prog, I thought would maybe have a better response in that regard.  :embarrassed:

Keto is the way to go, sorted out my liver/BP and pulled me back from type 2  :thumbsup:

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Thanks to all for info. :thumbsup:

Mauri, i'll give you the break down later. Yep fibo


Mauri columns A+B
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Yeah Notto, tested quite a few but maybe not long enough. Only reason I use the Fabs is it keeps drawdown pretty low and when you treat each line as an individual game it's pretty easy to recoup.
Main reason for the thread was to find a better suited prog, I thought would maybe have a better response in that regard.  :embarrassed:

Keto is the way to go, sorted out my liver/BP and pulled me back from type 2  :thumbsup:

Keto baby!! :thumbsup:

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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 >:D 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  :thumbsup:



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Well not always Sunshine and Roses, had a drawn out game on R-Sim which dropped me into the 3rd level for quite a while but eventually dug itself back out. Could have skipped a level on progression which would have got me out faster, but if I had hit a bad streak at that level then I'm into high amounts, rather restart, but wanted to test this prog a bit more.
Can anyone tell me how to capture the screen from R-Sim so I can post here, thank you.

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Can anyone tell me how to capture the screen from R-Sim so I can post here, thank you.

If R-sim is on a windows PC then alt-prtscn together copies screen or active window into the paste buffer and you can paste it into a program like paint or photoshop and save as a jpeg. You can also crop and resize.

If it's an app on a mobile device, on Android, home and power off together takes a screenshot and saves it as jpeg in your gallery or similar location.

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Big thanks for the matrix idea. +200 units using unit of 10 on the unbeatable MPR.
At the moment 418 spins on R-sim; again using unit of 10, so as be like MPR, don't need 30+ seconds, +2000 units.

I don't use your matrix, just use the mat as the matrix.
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oops forgot
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well i need a break


DTown; Mauri :thumbsup:
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Well that's it for tonight.
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DTown
Big thanks for the matrix idea. +200 units using unit of 10 on the unbeatable MPR.
At the moment 418 spins on R-sim; again using unit of 10, so as be like MPR, don't need 30+ seconds, +2000 units.

I don't use your matrix, just use the mat as the matrix.

Notto I've had great success on MPR and R-Sim as well, I think it actually goes better on MPR, but it slowed down a lot using the new prog but then, I don't get any big drawdowns now. I haven't tried using the mat as a matrix yet, still working on this one but results seem to be similar except the mat doesn't pick up on the cross runs that the Matrix was designed to do, or does it !!!!!!!!!
Further investigation required  :-\

 

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