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ozon

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This will not work, in these short tests, 25 sessions had 3 lost sessions in the row, and that was only losing the sessions that I got.
I  think  that is  no  limit  of  losing sessions.

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It will recover, if not extend to 6 spins.

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From what you said using my progression even with both recovery lost we would be adove.

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I post this reply, because i managed to code the method myself in excel. Prety hard work for me, as i know only some basics, but in the end was done. I have chosen to leave this reply to tell you that you were right all the way...and i m sorry for wasting your time with this method. Here are the conclusions, as you allready knew:

- past spins dont influence future spins in any way. they dont exist.
- negative progressions just makes you loose more money.
- the house edge is so big that any mathematical aproach for the game is just a joke.

Considering this, i guess i have to quit my dream to get rich from roulette. All the best!

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Oh well, at least you learned some stuff. And coding systems improves your programming skills as well as teaching you more about how probability behaves on extended trials so it wasn't wasted.

Roulette can be beaten but unfortunately not with these types of staking systems.

And the ways to beat it are sometimes marginal and more effort than they're really worth the time putting into.

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Personally I consider that the house edge of only 1.35‰ if playing correctly is so low that it is not worth worrying about.

You can still be a system player but with the knowledge that there is no point in waiting for triggers before commencing battle.

I use a mixture of flat betting, parlay and mini martingale playing the E/C's and only require a bankroll of twenty units.

A successful attack wins 5 units whilst an unsuccessful attack only loses 1 unit.

"Honey Badger don't care!"

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Personally I consider that the house edge of only 1.35‰ if playing correctly is so low that it is not worth worrying about.

You can still be a system player but with the knowledge that there is no point in waiting for triggers before commencing battle.

I use a mixture of flat betting, parlay and mini martingale playing the E/C's and only require a bankroll of twenty units.

A successful attack wins 5 units whilst an unsuccessful attack only loses 1 unit.

"Honey Badger don't care!"
if you show as here how to play Honey Badger,this community will be very thankful to you.👍

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First you must learn the Mongoose...

The Mongoose brief summary

The object of The Mongoose is to win a coup of 5 units risking only 1 unit. This can be achieved only with a winning coup and you add 1 unit loss to cumulative loss every time whenever you face losing coup
The Mongoose progression combines basically three classic strategies: regular parlay (1-2), single stage Martingale (1-2) and sliding Martingale (1-1-3). This refers as standard Mongoose.

For example a Mongoose winning coup:
WWLWLLWW (+1,+2,-1,+2,-1,-1,+3=5 units won).

 

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