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Ez Profit - A Martingale Twist

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Hey everyone :)

So we are all familiar with martingale, whereby you hunt a payout with about a 50% (or around there - you get variations of this technique). The idea is that it will be impossible to lose forever on a 50% payout, due to the fact that a win must come at some point. So, in order to make profit, on every loss you double your previous bet (i.e. 1,2,4,8,16,32) and start at your base bet when you win.

This works well, but you will lose in the long run, since you can expect losses of 20 in a row if you gamble for a long time (likewise, you can expect wins of 20 in a row). So most people don't have enough balance to make this work profitably.

And that brings me to my twist - Preroll until you get 7 or 8 losses in a row, and then bet 10,000 satoshis (as an example), and double this upon a loss.This way, you should only have to double a few times before you win. To be more conservative, you can wait for 10+ losses in a row.

So what do you guys think, will you try this preroll variation of martingale? Of course it is not fool-proof and you can bust, but let me know what you think about it, and if you think it is a solid strategy :D

Edited by williamsh

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On 04/12/2018 at 07:27, Noeprellik1 said:

 But I think its a good strategy to find 7-8 losses in a row on 2.0 payout and then bet big. Still its not a guarantee to win

Yeah, nothing is guaranteed unfortunately. However, I think that out of a lot of the variations that exist :)

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Eventually even your prerolls will not be enough to avoid getting bust.  That's why I never really play 2x payout, but always atleast a little more (like 2.36x) 

You can be lucky and roll millions of rolls without never seeing 35+reds but u can get them on your first session aswell...

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This seems like it would be a very inefficient method of playing. So you are going to wait for 7-10 reds every time before betting? Unless you are betting high high wager, it would take all day to go through enough bets to make you enough profit for this to be worth it. Martingale really isn't ever a good strategy unless you are using it for short term play. There's a reason why its also known as martingfail. 

I have seen this strategy used and work with HR betsm but dont expect much results from a few hundred or thousand sat bets. If you really are interested in using martingale, look up possibly integrating a modified reverse martingale into your strategy.

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It would take a lot of time and not much profit unless you wanna risk it because it still doesn't guarantee the win

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I've simulated something like this before, basically your bets, no matter what you wait for or what came before that, will be in their own distribution.  Sometimes it will work like a charm but in the long run expect same results as playing without waiting for anything.  Some people love pre roll though.  Biggest benefit is that you wait so long, it makes betting slower, and much longer to bust.

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Well i think this can take you a lot of time before seeing 7-10 reds coming , in my opinion martingale is not for long runs , use it only for short ones then switch for high multipliers better i guess. Good luck!

Edited by MrNice23

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x2 often drops to 30 red. the average length of the red on this coefficient is 15. I see no reason to keep it up to 8, and then start doubling. There may be another 22 red ahead.

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My opinion on this is fixed if you keep on rolling with the same strategy for long,a time will come when all will be gone. So there is no perfect strategy for long run, we need to keep on changing our strategy. 

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