Systemic approach to dice

San4osss

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Hello everyone.

What is a systems approach? This is when you play according to one algorithm of actions for a long time, without significant deviations from tactics. Random betting of random amounts on random odds is haphazard and, as a rule, does not lead to anything good. Doubled the pot today - lost three pots tomorrow, something like that.

What are the advantages of a systematic approach?
Stability in the game over long periods of time.
An opportunity to see how numbers behave with a large number of rolls and to better understand the probability of their falling out.
With a competent construction of the algorithm of actions - minimization of losses.

What prevents you from winning with a systematic approach:
1. First of all - deviations of the values of numbers from the average. For example, when at odds of 2 there is a series of 10-15 losses in a row. In the vast majority of modern dice roulettes, there is no "looping". This means that a super-anomalous streak of 100 reds in a row at odds of 2 will not threaten you (however, 10-15 is quite real).
2. The second point follows from the first. This is the lack of funds on the balance sheet to cover steps in a long series of losses. In a losing streak, the player usually increases the bet to win back the lost. The longer the series, the more steps he needs to take and the more money he needs to spend. In the end - a complete drain of the bank, when the next step fails to cover.
e next start is right after the free roll.
3. The psychological aspect is to reassess one's capabilities, especially when succeeding at the beginning. Unreasonable increase in rates/ratios "on dried up."

So, how do we get rid of what's stopping us?

1. It's important to understand that long series of defeats will always, at any coefficient, not get away from it.

The longer you play, the more likely you are to hit them (it's called regression to average).

One effective way to cover a large series of steps is to start placing the main bet after a certain number of losses that have already occurred. For example, constantly bet on odds of 2 minimum bets of 1 satoshi until there are 4-5 consecutive losses. Then start betting the main bet, for example, 100 satoshi. From winning, you hit the amount lost at the minimum bets and make a plus. Besides, you cover a larger series of lost moves.

2. Before you start the game, you need to calculate how many consecutive losses will cover your balance. You need to choose the size of the bet, which will cover the maximum possible number of losses
for your balance.

And now from theory to practice. An example of a game algorithm for a small balance of 10,000 satoshi:

The coefficient on which we bet = 2;

Initial and minimum rate = 1 satoshi;

Number of losses before the main bet = 5;
Basic rate = 0.5% of the bank;

Main rate multiplication ratio = 2.15;

"Sessions" game. One session within an hour immediately after the free roll.

Session stop at a profit of 5% of the bank. The next start is right after the free roll.

Total: we cover 11 red steps with odds of 2, with a small balance, which is not bad anymore.

5% of the bank with such rates is collected quite quickly, you don't have to play for an hour. This is important, because if you play continuously, and do not stop when you reach a certain amount of winnings, the probability of catching a large series of reds is only increasing.

Thank you for your attention
 

chadktt

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once 5 %profit is done what happens next ? on to the next day or play after an hour ? do we need to reset seeds ?
 
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