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d80

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very good system who encodes with rx

i sent a pm to you..see

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Steve

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What's a very good system?

You won a bit? It survives more spins?

Those just depend on things like spins you test on, and how aggressive progression is.

All you're really doing is making random bets of random size.

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puntoit

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Hi Steve you have to use the stop loss, it is known that all systems if played continuously sooner or later jump.
The loss will be recovered in the subsequent games. This is important to win little but win.
I was looking for rx code to be able to test even with selections of more or less numbers but it seems that it is difficult to do

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Steve

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A stop-loss does nothing. Its for gambling, and quitting while you're ahead - if you've been lucky.

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Steve

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Most players take years to understand that all the systems they've been using are exactly the same as random betting.

They think it's not random because they are making bets based on logic. But the wheel doesnt give a shit about your version of logic.

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boatran8

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very good system who encodes with rx
Hello,

Here is the graph of your system...


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puntoit

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Post it let's see if that's what I explained, because I see that many have not understood it
thanks  :thumbsup:

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boatran8

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Post it let's see if that's what I explained, because I see that many have not understood it
thanks  :thumbsup:

I replied to you in PM.

Anyway, here is another graph against 10 000 Live spins


Ross

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Ten thousand spins at, say, 50 an hour.
Two hundred hour!
Don't think so.
Eighty- three and counting.  Is age an excuse?


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