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Roulette Vaddis Holy Grail

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by BETJACK, Mar 31, 2020.

  1. thereddiamanthe

    thereddiamanthe Well-Known Member

    Oct 31, 2019
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    OK, fine what I am getting at, only, is betting flat till hit = minimized volatility, then press a bit, if necessary .. to pick up the speed of the game, usually the hit after that &or closing hit = pushing a bit.

    If you look at those high-volatility zig-zags at the end, I see no point progressing at all vertically, at least not to secure the first press hit perhaps even the second .. as the hit will bring you at the ≈same exposition amount if not progressing, & otherwise having no-hit, generate as little possible exposition .. in essence, not digging a hole, will result in fewer hits required to profit when those hits come close by, the variance returning temporarily in favor, & very importantly minimize the size of drawdowns;

    as you may appreciate, I said flat→press, just to be clear.
    (eg. till hit→on hit ..... 1→1.5, 1→1→1.5, maybe closing hit 1→2)

    Anyway, just a suggestion ...
  2. MatwieJ

    MatwieJ New Member

    Feb 20, 2023
    Thanks, any constructive input is very much appreciated. I completely understand this reasoning.
    With some other methods, I do use flat bet -> hit -> press / positive progression on a hit. I'm just saying that with this specific system, the problem is more with BS than with MM applied. Playing virtually all numbers won't work. Reducing the number of bets and therefore whole exposition in terms of units in play = minimizing drawdowns.
    But that's a whole different discussion :)
    gizmotron likes this.

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