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Different Betting Strategies

The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo

Nearly every gambler uses some kind of system even if his system merely consists of guessing what to do next.  In July 1891, Charles Wells, an Englishman, arrived at the casino at
Monte Carlo with 10,000 francs.  Within a few days he had won over a million.  He retired for a few months to relish his accomplishment, then returned and proceeded to win another million francs.  His exploits inspired the song "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo."

Unfortunately, he would not quit while he was ahead.  He returned the next year and lost it all.  Later he resorted to illegal shenanigans, was imprisoned and eventually died in poverty.  But his play gave Monte Carlo worldwide fame.  Many studied his play and tried to emulate him.  He finally confessed before he died that he had no system.  His winnings were attributable to an amazing run of luck!

Betting systems or betting progressions have been devised for every gambling game. Many of them had their origins in eighteenth and nineteenth century roulette played on the French Riviera.  While the particulars of different betting systems vary greatly, the systems fall into three broad
categories:

1.  Flat:  Keep bets constant, waiting for a streak of successes.

2.      Negative progressions:  raise bets after losses, trying to recover an eventual win.

3.  Positive progressions:  raise bets after wins, hoping to use the "house money" to create a large win.

Each of these systems has positive and negative characteristics, but perhaps the approach which catches the most flack from gaming experts is the negative progression. 

The advocates of positive progressions don't think much of increasing your wager after a loss.  By their thinking, increasing a bet after you have lost amounts to throwing good money after bad, with the probable outcome being that you will just lose more money.  However, as we shall see, in the short run just the opposite is likely to be true.


A Test of Strategies

We conducted a test of strategies assuming that wagers are made on the color red at double-zero roulette.  Each game was 100 decisions long.  Limits on the progressions were imposed which required any progression to end immediately if the next bet required in the series exceeded 256 units.

The following strategies were tested.  Please note that these are not presented as practical systems but are used to emphasize the differences you can expect in each approach to wagering.

1.  Flat Betting:  Single units are bet and the amount never varies.

2.  Positive Progression:  In this parlay type of progression, bets are doubled after every win and reduced to one unit after every loss.  Assuming a string of nine consecutive wins, this progression would be:  1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256.

3.  Negative Progression: A Martingale type of progression is used where bets are doubled after every loss and reduced to a single unit after any win.  Assuming a string of nine
consecutive losses, this series would consist of the following wagers:  1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256.

The  results of a 2,000 session computer run using each technique produced some amazing information.

The average size of the bet made changed considerably dependent on the betting strategy.

For flat betting the average betting unit was 1 unit.

Using a positive betting system, the average size of the bet was 3.8 units.

With a negative progression, the average betting size increased to 5.2 units.

Here Are The Fascinating Results -

The flat betting strategy won only 38.70% of its games.  It won an average of 7 units per computer run and lost an average of 9 units.  This shows that using flat betting gives pretty dismal results. 

Using the positive progression we won only 9.60% of the games and lost 90.35% of the contests! Our net win averaged 56 units and our average loss was 412 units per computer run.

The negative progression won 85.35% of the games with average winnings per run of 359 units. With a loss rate of 14.54%, the average loss was 43 units.  This was the only clear winner in the group!

While many experts keep extolling using positive betting progressions, they never mention that you will lose 9 out of every 10 sessions betting this way!

There is a proven way to combine a modified negative betting progression with a superior playing strategy and actually play at an advantage over the casino.  This strategy is revealed in the Power Blackjack manual.

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