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    Xantys got a reaction from samsul123 in Fibo system (2x)   
    Hi guys. Came across this system on Internet and have been playing Blackjack with it successfully a couple of months. It's quite slow and requires lots of patience. The key is that Fibonacci progression is used until you have two wins in row to make profit and then start over again. However, this is not pure Fibo as your second step requires doubling of the first step (see the example 1 below). 
    You base session includes 9 steps along the progression until you have 2 wins in row. With loss you make 1 step up until you win, with every win you repeat the same bet (Obviously you don't repeat a winning step 2 when you double your initial bet). If that repeated bet is lost this step cancelled itself and you repeat it again until you have either 2 wins or 2 losses in row (see examples 2 & 3 below). 
    If the base session is lost you start Recovery 1 session in the same style but with the double size of your original base bet. If Recovery 1 is lost you start Recovery 2 just the same way. After recovering always go back to the original base bet. 
    If you start with 1 sat and loose all three sessions you loose 994 sats in total. That's your Bankroll. 
    Example 1. Bet 1 satoshi lost, bet 2 lost, bet 3 lost, bet 5 lost, bet 8 lost, bet 13 lost, bet 21 lost, bet 34 lost, bet 55 won, bet 55 won. End of the round. 87 sats lost in the steps 1 through 8 and 110 sats won in the step 9 making up 23 sats of profit. 
    Example 2. Bet 1 satoshi lost, bet 2 lost, bet 3 lost, bet 5 lost, bet 8 won, bet 8 lost, bet 8 won, bet 8 won. End of the round for the profit of 5 sats.
    Example 3. Bet 1 satoshi lost, bet 2 lost, bet 3 lost, bet 5 lost, bet 8 won, bet 8 lost, bet 8 lost, bet 13 and so on.
    Safety Variation 1. After a win, go 1 step down. This reduces your profit but helps you stay more safe. For example, bet 1 satoshi lost, bet 2 lost, bet 3 lost, bet 5 lost, bet 8 lost, bet 13 lost, bet 21 lost, bet 34 lost, bet 55 won, bet 34 won. End of the round. 87 sats lost in the steps 1 through 8 and 89 sats won in the step 9 making up 2 sats of profit. 
    Safety Variation 2. Pre-roll with zero to increase your chances. 
    Alwo, you can increase or decrease the number of steps as you wish. 
    This system is not guarenteed to win but it is a good alternative to Marti. Have good luck and don't hesitate to share your thoughts and opinions. 
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    Xantys got a reaction from VrOdaN in 🏆 [0.08 BTC] Around the Globe: Indonesia 🎑   
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    Xantys got a reaction from pizhonchik in 🏆 [0.08 BTC] Walk of Fame: 🛫​​​​​​​ Lady Lindy ​🛬​   
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    Xantys got a reaction from earnbtc in 🏆 [0.08 BTC] Walk of Fame: The Wolverine 🐾   
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    Xantys got a reaction from Partyboy in A good gambler prone to be a good trader   
    Gambling and active trading (stocks, currencies etc) have lots of similarities. Both apply similar strategies, money management rules and both require same human qualities like self-discipline, patience, control of fear and greed. But there are some differences as well like entry barriers, technical and fundamental analysis, skills and education requirements.
    Trading is generally viewed by society as good and respectable occupation while gambling is something more inferior and even dangerous.
    However, in my point of view gambling with it's ease of access is a wonderful practice for a trader and someone capable of successfull gambling is also prone to be a successfull trader. And vice versa.
    Do you agree?
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    Xantys got a reaction from JohnTravel in Bankroll vs Balance   
    Hello guys. I decided to open up this topic to clarify these two terms. Well, everyone know what their balances are, that's straghtforward. But the trick is that many consider their balance as their bankroll. And when their strategy fails, they lose the whole balance aka bankroll.
    But from money management point of view these are completely different things. One professional advise I've seen requires that your bankroll should be set up as 10% of your balance. And if you lose your bankroll, you're still alive with 90% of your balance left to recover and carry on. 
    I know this is a very slow way to advance, maybe too slow for many. But again, money management requires that you must preserve your capital first and only then take care of profits.
    What do you think guys? Do you distinguish between Balance and Bankroll?
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    Xantys got a reaction from JohnTravel in Best way to wager for VIP   
    When I play for wager I set win percentage at 98, when red comes I press double twice and move the percentage to 85 and repeat once again if I lose. If lost again I start over. You're not gonna win too much with this setup but you won't lose too much either. This could also be set up in dicebot.
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    Xantys got a reaction from JohnTravel in A good gambler prone to be a good trader   
    Gambling and active trading (stocks, currencies etc) have lots of similarities. Both apply similar strategies, money management rules and both require same human qualities like self-discipline, patience, control of fear and greed. But there are some differences as well like entry barriers, technical and fundamental analysis, skills and education requirements.
    Trading is generally viewed by society as good and respectable occupation while gambling is something more inferior and even dangerous.
    However, in my point of view gambling with it's ease of access is a wonderful practice for a trader and someone capable of successfull gambling is also prone to be a successfull trader. And vice versa.
    Do you agree?
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    Xantys got a reaction from Cat4Life in Would you like if PD added lottery?   
    I don't personally like lotteries, but why not? If people get involved and PD gets its fee that seems like a possible addition to a single-game environment. There could be different tiers starting from low price - low payout and ending with high price - huge payout. 
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    Xantys got a reaction from JohnTravel in Are you greedy or have you learned to set a game limit to win?   
    I fully understand that the concept of limits must be incorporated in my game but I lack self-discipline. When losing I become impulsive and just can't stop until I lose everything. I tried to use limits but I noticed I just ignore them in my actual game. I guess that's what differentiate a professional gambler from an amateur. 
    I have actually set up a strategy with a limited bet size and have tried it and it worked well. But it's so slow and so boring that I lose patience. I guess I must still learn to be a better player. And the limit aspect of a better gaming is crucial. Thanks for the important topic. 
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    Xantys got a reaction from bigbrankx in Your withdrawal target   
    Hi guys.
    I think this is one of the most important aspects of your gaming - your withdrawal target. Primedice sets withdrawal limits and they are not too high. I would say anyone is able to reach them and  withdraw immediately. But do you do so?
    Do you try to build larger balances so that you can withdraw more and leave a comfortable balance to play further? That's what I have lately been trying to do but looks like this strategy is a disaster for me. After carefully building a substantial profit and loosing it, you think: damn, I should have withdrawn that. Is that feeling familiar to you? What's your withdrawal strategy?
     
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    Xantys got a reaction from paddyspub in Your withdrawal target   
    Hi guys.
    I think this is one of the most important aspects of your gaming - your withdrawal target. Primedice sets withdrawal limits and they are not too high. I would say anyone is able to reach them and  withdraw immediately. But do you do so?
    Do you try to build larger balances so that you can withdraw more and leave a comfortable balance to play further? That's what I have lately been trying to do but looks like this strategy is a disaster for me. After carefully building a substantial profit and loosing it, you think: damn, I should have withdrawn that. Is that feeling familiar to you? What's your withdrawal strategy?
     
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    Xantys reacted to JohnTravel in Do you take breaks while playing to make better decisions in the game?   
    Many modern studies suggest that taking a break between activities helps increase concentration, creativity, and memory. While working for a long time can be linked to exhaustion and stress.
    Particularly when I'm playing I take short breaks, some 10 minutes or even 30 minutes or more, sometimes it helps me to calm down and take back control of the game. So I've been using this strategy of taking short breaks for better performance and productivity of my game. If things are tense, then it really is better to go out and stop to think of a strategy that works. Do you think taking short breaks in a game is a good option to increase your concentration? Do you take breaks while playing to make better decisions and analyze the game? Or are you playing until you reach your goal self or lose all your money?
    I think that playing too long without taking a break makes us feel tired and as a result makes us make bad decisions that lead us to defeat. On the other hand when we are less tired, we can better analyze the game and thus get better results.
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    Xantys reacted to JohnTravel in Are you greedy or have you learned to set a game limit to win?   
    I have observed that in any situation in my life, greed has always hurt me, or caused me some kind of problem, it hardly ever fails, and there are rare cases where greed does not negatively affect anyone. I think that in the game, whether in the dice or any other kind of game this is no different either, it is the same process, which makes greed lead us to failure and consequently to loss.
    Thinking about it, I remembered all of you as well as I who have gone through this, we started winning, we made a lot of money, and let's try some more, and we ended up losing everything or almost everything!
    And you, like me, have already lost countless chances of withdrawing money by trying to do more, that is, not being satisfied with what you have already earned due to greed and the end is loss!
    Are you greedy or have you learned to set a game limit to win?
    What you think? Enjoy! Shared your experiences! Cheers!
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    Xantys reacted to jamyr in Bankroll vs Balance   
    Bankroll would be your playing balance and what you have set aside, although I sometimes call bankroll and balance as the same. 

    A good tool here is the vault. This way you can send your bankroll to vault and get some funds out from it whenever necessary, it may be a hassle since you need confirmation, but it is the safest way to not bust immediately.
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    Xantys reacted to Mahdirakib in Bankroll vs Balance   
    You described something important and it's good for sure. But maximum people don't run thorough any plan with their bankroll. And me too. I use to deposit 20-25% of my bankroll and if I lose it I deposit left 75-80% of my amount. Sometimes rage bet and lose all. But plying like this way would be more better. Appreciate your idea.
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    Xantys got a reaction from Mahdirakib in Bankroll vs Balance   
    Hello guys. I decided to open up this topic to clarify these two terms. Well, everyone know what their balances are, that's straghtforward. But the trick is that many consider their balance as their bankroll. And when their strategy fails, they lose the whole balance aka bankroll.
    But from money management point of view these are completely different things. One professional advise I've seen requires that your bankroll should be set up as 10% of your balance. And if you lose your bankroll, you're still alive with 90% of your balance left to recover and carry on. 
    I know this is a very slow way to advance, maybe too slow for many. But again, money management requires that you must preserve your capital first and only then take care of profits.
    What do you think guys? Do you distinguish between Balance and Bankroll?
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    Xantys reacted to UltraChief in Bankroll vs Balance   
    I think them concept of bankroll management comes in here. Every gambler should know this as a basic - not gambling more than 10% of your entire bankroll. So that is all your balance. If people follow this rule religiously often they will save themselves from getting busted of all their money, which often happens in casinos.
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    Xantys got a reaction from UltraChief in Bankroll vs Balance   
    Hello guys. I decided to open up this topic to clarify these two terms. Well, everyone know what their balances are, that's straghtforward. But the trick is that many consider their balance as their bankroll. And when their strategy fails, they lose the whole balance aka bankroll.
    But from money management point of view these are completely different things. One professional advise I've seen requires that your bankroll should be set up as 10% of your balance. And if you lose your bankroll, you're still alive with 90% of your balance left to recover and carry on. 
    I know this is a very slow way to advance, maybe too slow for many. But again, money management requires that you must preserve your capital first and only then take care of profits.
    What do you think guys? Do you distinguish between Balance and Bankroll?
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    Xantys got a reaction from JohnTravel in Do you think you can get rich in the Primedice?   
    I think one should quit dreams of getting rich via gambling and PrimeDice particularly. Such hopes will disappoint you and prevent from other life endeavors as precious time (and often money) is lost in gambling.
    Off course anyone can try but be carefull not to fall into addiction and learn to value your time. 
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    Xantys reacted to MrNice23 in Which coin do you use the most in Primedice ?   
    When you play in Primedice , what coin do you use the most ? My fav coins to play are BTC, ETH and  BCH,  you can make a fast profit using those coins ..... However LTC is not so bad but you need to make a big profit to make it worth , Doge for me is just a way to have fun and testing some strats.
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    Xantys got a reaction from MrNice23 in A good gambler prone to be a good trader   
    Gambling and active trading (stocks, currencies etc) have lots of similarities. Both apply similar strategies, money management rules and both require same human qualities like self-discipline, patience, control of fear and greed. But there are some differences as well like entry barriers, technical and fundamental analysis, skills and education requirements.
    Trading is generally viewed by society as good and respectable occupation while gambling is something more inferior and even dangerous.
    However, in my point of view gambling with it's ease of access is a wonderful practice for a trader and someone capable of successfull gambling is also prone to be a successfull trader. And vice versa.
    Do you agree?
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    Xantys got a reaction from JohnTravel in How to win when you have small amount and bad luck?   
    That happens to me sometimes when almost all coins lost. Then I just chat or browse the forum. Sometimes there's trivia in the chat or you receive a challenge reward. When absolutely nothing is available I leave PD and go to Stake.
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    Xantys got a reaction from CaptainLorca in Is it important for you to check prices in Primedice?   
    I'm glad they removed this public price check. Nowadays people rarely check prices in chat and that proves it was more of a spamming practice. 
    I don't care about the price a lot. My game is more important to me. Though for my bookkeeping purposes I write down the prices of PD currencies into my Excel spreadsheet. at the end of each day. I use one of the famous price listing web-sites for this.
     
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    Xantys got a reaction from JohnTravel in Your withdrawal target   
    Hi guys.
    I think this is one of the most important aspects of your gaming - your withdrawal target. Primedice sets withdrawal limits and they are not too high. I would say anyone is able to reach them and  withdraw immediately. But do you do so?
    Do you try to build larger balances so that you can withdraw more and leave a comfortable balance to play further? That's what I have lately been trying to do but looks like this strategy is a disaster for me. After carefully building a substantial profit and loosing it, you think: damn, I should have withdrawn that. Is that feeling familiar to you? What's your withdrawal strategy?
     
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