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Martingale. Y or N?

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All I can say is a consistent NAAAAAAAAAAY.

When users come to share their "unlucky bust of 30 reds in a row" I just say: Martingale got another wallet.

Of course you can probably see profit in 10 bets with this strat, but with 10 000 bets you are trying to bust in my opinion.

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Martingale works for quick profits and short term duration only.....But disadvantage is that it can burn out your bankroll very quickly if you dont have enough balance to cover your possiable red streaks.....And I would say that you should not try it with 3000 balance as even if you start with base bet=1 it will only sustain 11 reds and you lost all your balance and 11 reds is quite common at 2x payout ☹️

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Why do you want to play casino roulette when there is a prime?))) Martingale is ABSOLUTELY a win-win strategy. But the casino has the maximum amount allowed for the bet. It is usually equal to 5 times the minimum bid. You just will not be given all the time to increase the rate)) And in Primedice, increase as much as you want! Unless of course you are a highroller and do not put on 5-10-20 btc or higher.

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The issue that when playing a martingale strategy, if you having a lost streak when playing a casino game and eat whole of your balance. 

I believe this strategy wasn't good enough to recover and getting profit. If you have a martingale limit (limiting the base bet), it would be nice to use it.

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On 09/08/2018 at 14:22, averageAndrew said:

Hi guys I'd like to know your opinion about Martingale technique. In particular I'd like to start using it in online roulettes. Do u think that it worth trying with a budget of more or less 3000? I found this guide https://casino.guru/roulette-scam-strategies and they say it's better not to use it; but people who introduced me to martingale told me that winning is actually possible.

Personally it's a bit hard to make a decision; in case it's a fake strategy, i'd rather spare me from loosing all of my saves like a dumb you know? =D

Any more specific info about? Someone who used it in the past?

Thank you a lot  =D

I tried Martingale quite a lot .. if you're seriously interested to understand it, there is no substitute for experience.. all I can say is, be VERY careful with your betting settings.. I put in the wrong settings and burned all my bitcoins in 2 seconds 😪

Basically it works fine, even for an hour or longer (depending on how safe your betting settings are), but eventually, that massive, impossible stream of reds will come, and you will ask yourself how is it possible... I wouldn't recommend using Martingale any more after my experiences! But try it if you're curious enough to make a thread about it!

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In my opinion is very import know how many loses the palyers get on that chance ex: my record is 106 loses on 9.9% chance, but a friend got 151 loses, so i prepare my bets to a big amount os loses...this is "my Martingale" that works

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When a good poker player puts a bankroll of 3000, they usually break it up in smaller sessions and try to play with edge.  We can't do that with martingale, gain an edge and invest money in it.  But even poker players know not to take the whole thing to the table.  Martingale is not bad from the perspective of what it can achieve, but you should always be prepared to loose your session bank, so maybe lots of smaller ones.  I played reverse for larger multiplier but it is really hard to play.

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Martingale is good and better if you are patient. Don't rush into Martingale. The odds of hitting 30 reds on a roll with Martingale is so so slim. 

Just take it easy. Though it can it 30 reds on a roll but it's not likely possible..

Martingale is good. Very very good to me. But that doesn't mean, I have not lost with Martingale, but I have won too.

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