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  1. I don't think the word "monthly" is the suitable word for a goal if you are playing constantly on the same strategy/approach everyday and expecting it to generate profit like a "money printer". Perhaps weekly or daily would be ideal. I personally set myself a daily goal and then store all of those coins I get through my method using the vault. PS: It is really a "vault" because I do not know the vault's password- someone else does. 🤣
  2. This worries me. This means you are a compulsive gambler. You will end up always losing with that mindset and will lead you to greater financial and psychological problems sooner or later. Bear in mind, math does not lie when it says that you can never beat a casino unless you have more money than the owner. PD actually has this link on their footer: https://www.begambleaware.org/ ... Explore.
  3. Yes! I already made 2 withdrawals (with my initial deposit already out). One on minimum at BTC and one at minumum at XRP. Aside from those, I use other coins (except the latter) to play especially the ones on rains and just try to push my luck with them after 2-3 days- by this time I already have earned enough on other altcoins to play with a decent balance and push the luck, but sadly I am not yet getting anything out of it. 🤣
  4. This is what I do, but I stop on "making a deposit" because I always never wanted to gamble at all. I am just here to have fun because I liked the community so much. The access to community granted by PD to me is already enough to satisfy me everyday. The coins are just a bonus- after all I just put them to vault anyway.
  5. Yes I did, and it actually worked but the profit yield considerably suffered maybe because of my meek bet or the long time for the system to recover after a very long string of reds. As all things go hand-in-hand, if you want a big profit, prepare to risk more. Otherwise, go for relative safety but you may end up getting something that is not worth it- depending on someone's taste. EDIT: The image shows how the run has worked for more than an hour (as a small sample) with labels. Of course, the 8-streak loss and/or the deferred losses may always appear over the other blue conditions, but it will not drop as hard as the original Martingale. I will post more once those conditions appear. DISCLAIMER 2: The worst condition that you can actually encounter (which is NOT impossible) is when all 3 blue conditions appear all at a same instance. I can only recommend this strategy for a short run if you will make the base bet higher than 100 satoshi or else you will be overrun. EDIT 2: The second image shows how the strategy will actually swing your balance low when all 3 blue conditions (it could get even longer and worse) on first image stacks on one another. The sample balance went as low as 400x the initial value of the bet, so the strategy is relatively not safe when you have low balance.
  6. For those who cannot get it (I know, too technical for readers to understand) I will post screenshots of 50,000 non-stop rolls including the session details on this strategy later for you to see the results and to understand it better.
  7. No strategy will ever work in an indefinite amount of time because anything can happen considering that the game is truly random because either you do not have the time or an infinite amount of bankroll (see Martingale Theory, probability and statistics- https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martingale_(probability_theory)), but there are ways to get ahead on short-term plays. It is only a matter of how you can control yourself whenever you play if you are going to employ betting strategies. Control is where players usually meet their ends when they begin using one because their brains compel them to keep on playing (and since the longer you play, the more likely you lose) thus, losing in the end.
  8. 1/7 of the actual world's population is using Facebook, and according to the latest study, Libra, in just 3 months, have already been known to 15% of Facebook users while ETH and XRP, which have been already running for years, only shares 11% so this is not impossible to happen once implemented properly, but most likely only second to BTC in its short-term release.
  9. I abandoned XRP ever since it dropped the price abysmally, but nevertheless it is next to DOGE being the most comfortable coin to use with different kinds of strategies because it is cheap and easy to gain. I personally use DOGE now.
  10. Yes, if you are using the classic Martingale strategy then this will hold true by using a high payout. However, if the exponential increase is mitigated by setting the wins to decrease the bet while reducing the increase for every losses, you will surely last longer.
  11. I did mine for 6 days non-stop auto at 1.48x with 1 satoshi base bet (using DiceBot) to avoid the balance getting lower. I posted this method of mine on a separate post. It yielded a profit of 50k sat during the entire duration (I worry about making the base bet bigger because it might bust, or maybe I am just too conservative).
  12. DISCLAIMER: I do NOT, in any way, suggest this strategy as a foolproof approach to consider it as a "money printing" strategy. There is no way to defeat the odds of any casino game using a system unless you have infinite balance, which we of course don't have at all. Use at your own risk. Today, let me share with you what I actually use in order to survive for a very long time (1 week, but with a very meek base bet of 1 satoshi) without busting and still gain a profit. My record of non-stop auto finally reached its end after extreme (and I believe, very rare) losing streak conditions forced it to my "Lower Limit" condition on DiceBot. (Yes, use DiceBot for efficiency, and yes, despite the hard stop I was still able to come out with a profit.) I call this "Martingale, Deferred". First off, the major drawback on using the classic Martingale as one of the strategies that players usually deploy is that the small, constant wins (linear increase) will not eventually make up for the eventual occurrence of a very long losing streak plus your bankroll because as you lose in streaks, the system's demand to recover from it exponentially increases (parabolic increase). Unless you play very conservatively and you have a very big balance, playing with small payouts isn't relatively safe at all. Martingale strategies' risk of ruin (regardless of the variance on any multiplier) can be obtained using this formula: BaseBet + (Σ BaseBet((1 + OLIB)^n)) Where, BaseBet = the bet where you want the strategy start or reset after a win; OLIB = the value that you put on the "On Loss, Increase By" field; and, n = losing streak you want to withstand over time. In that formula we see how changing the OLIB greatly affects the increment per bet for every streak of loss than changing the BaseBet but technically, it must not be changed if the principle of Martingale is to be adhered. If that can be changed, then why don't we add an element to the formula which makes the parabolic increase less steep? It is where the "On Win, Increase By" principle like D'Alembert or Fibonacci System comes handy. Not so slow like the latter but also not so fast like the former. Let me explain it better using an actual scenario. I pick a multiplier, let's say 2x (for practicality). Normally, this sets OLIB = 1 because you increase the bet 100% higher than before but that makes the increment: (1 + OLIB)^n = {1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 ... n} which becomes very destructive once n reaches high numbers which is not uncommon as we see fit how the dice rolls but that's not how we are going to follow it. What if I make the OLIB lower? Let's say, OLIB = 0.5? Then the increment becomes: (1 + OLIB)^n = {1, 1.5, 2.25, 3.375, 7.594, 17.086... n} which makes our Martingale relatively safer (compared to the original). You might ask, why use that if your gain after an end of a losing streak doesn't make sense because it does not recover your losses entirely? That's true, but the eventual recovery will be mediated by "On Win, Increase By" percentage on a negative value (which we will call OWIB). This makes our negative progression system more conservative (reminiscent of Oscar's Grind) thus, allowing you to play longer (which should be the essence that you must be having on your mind when playing at a casino). Let's simulate an actual scenario with an arguably bad roll for our 2x payout: L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W W W W L There, we see 17 losing streaks. If we use the classic Martingale, the system could have already demanded 131,072 times the BaseBet which may already have busted most of the gamblers. But, if we use OLIB = 0.25 then by the end of the series this deferred system will only demand about 45 times the BaseBet. To recover, we set OWIB in a ratio that negates low increase with a streak of greens (that is, if we use 2x payout then if OLIB = 0.25, OWIB = 0.25). Using the principle, it would work on any other payout such that whatever reduction you do to OLIB, you should also put the reduction ratio to OWIB. Of course, you could set a higher value of OLIB than the expected reduction ratio that you will put to OWIB but make sure it is low enough so that you can recover faster. —————————— Drawbacks: 1. Like Oscar's Grind strategy (our approach is just slightly faster), on a certain losing streak, the sum of all wins on the succeeding round must break-even against the sum of the long losing streak plus all possible loses after the streak in order to recover. If wins finally sum up greater than the losses then it will yield profit. (Recovery and winning would be faster if OLIB > OWIB but also makes the increment faster to accumulate, so consider before engaging.) 2. Multiple losing streaks can be as high as 17 in reality, or even more than that, unlike the one at the scenario. Everyone knows that. 3. Making OLIB too low might jeopardize your bankroll by not being able to recover as quickly as you expect it to. In contrast, making a low adjustment ratio will not help much as well. Remember that the higher the OLIB, the steeper the parabolic increase still becomes. Advantages: 1. The strategy keeps the losses at a minimum while the profit gains remain the same (only delayed if there would be a very long losing streak). 2. Allows a greater eventual gain as the system tries to break-even by making OLIB > OWIB. —————————— Your thoughts guys? Give it a try then let me know what results it yielded you. If you have questions, I am ready.
  13. Yep, I do this all the time. I have a life outside PD that must be tended, and I think everyone must be thinking the same as me. For compulsive gamblers, if even taking a pee can no longer make you stand up in front of your computer because you might miss a roll, you might want to check the site that PD actually put on the footer - https://www.begambleaware.org/
  14. I am holding on to XRP for quite some time now. I am going to wait for a big slide as well, I already lost hope on it since it dropped half as much for just 3 months, and never went back up since then (from $0.44 now down to $0.23 yesterday)...
  15. As you can see it fit, "loyalty" is hard to maintain in the case of players who bust and bust everyday (emotion-driven hate against the casino comes to play), but if you would look at the chat very closely, a lot of players keep on coming back here for more because of the community, which majority of the players must realize in contrast to treating the game for fun and not for profit.