Just for reference, all I'm doing is the horse race analogy strategy / tasking random. I described how it's done already elsewhere. The variations are the number of horses and the number of laps in the race. For the beginning rounds I used 7 horses and 4 laps - there were ups and down with the end result being the climbing chart flat betting. I stopped on a win regardless of profit or loss. The past 15/16 games I adjusted to 9 horses for 4 laps and as can be seen they have all been wins. I also allowed for 8 laps if required for a recovery after a win if still negative, but still flat betting. The collection of data helps to find the optimal number of horses and the optimal number of laps. This concept is also being reviewed by people more qualified than I am and will post in my section when there's more info to share. Have a nice day. Any update coming.