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Hiya,

There is always ongoing discussion on dice sites. "Why that high roller use 1.1x, 1.5x or 2x ?" , "There is better strategy for big bankroll" and so on...

So basically other players suggest high payout and long run. But in long run house edge "will get you" and you'll bust.

High rollers avoid long runs, but majority of players would like to see them do that.

What is your opinion?

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4 minutes ago, felipev1994 said:

I hate use payout under 2x because i always lost all my balance, i recomend use high payout because if you have a a good balance for play you can win a lot of money with 9x 20x and others high payout

House edge don't bother you. Nice, good luck :)

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2 hours ago, Dancer said:

High rollers avoid long runs, but majority of players would like to see them do that.

High rolls are not dependent on the multiplier. Its the bet profit that they win. These people roll a smaller amount for a huge multiplier and when it hits you will see it in the HR. But people have their own methods and favorite multiplier which they feel comfortable with.

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The best part of gambling is that there is not right and wrong way of doing things. You can roll over or roll under and still get the same multiplier. Low multipliers and high multipliers both works equally good. High rollers are using low multipliers because its working well for them.

Either low or high multiplier, without proper bankroll and risk management the house will always get it all back.

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On 18/10/2018 at 08:38, UltraChief said:

High rolls are not dependent on the multiplier. Its the bet profit that they win. These people roll a smaller amount for a huge multiplier and when it hits you will see it in the HR. But people have their own methods and favorite multiplier which they feel comfortable with.

Yes there is no doubt some players start with low base bet and show in high rollers tab with big bets. But you can check bets on high rollers tab. By nounce you can tell someone bet big amounts on low payout, one bet after another.

19 hours ago, Noeprellik1 said:

I like high payouts , especially in HR when someone hit big with high multiplier. Feel so good when I see green in more than 100x payout

Of course. That's great, and you know that you can do the same :)

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I believe the high rollers only make one or two bets before pulling out and leaving. So it'd make sense as to why they'd choose such a lower multiplier. They are trying to make a quick profit and leave in the least amount of bets possible.

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all strategies are good and there is always a risk there. How do we arrange the game and control it.
my best formula is:
1. Pay out what we will use.
2. what is the approximate red we will get?
and finally =>
3. How much initial capital do we have because it determines our initial bet.
4. When we have to stop with victory.
and finally the skill and fight the greed that determines the end.

"no gambling is not at risk"

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I play for fun on PD, so I like to get big wins with small coins and win large pots.  I rarely play at less than 5x as I don't enjoy it.  I know I've lost over the years here, but there is nothing like winning a high multiplier bet (in my opinion)

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