Started by VLS, Oct 01, 2022, 06:17 AM
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Oct 01, 2022, 06:17 AM
- On a lose we only move the unit up by +1 unit at a time, as in the standard D'alembert..
- We always reset to base unit when we tie or reach a new bankroll high.
- On a win, we can lower MORE than -1 unit at a time using the following criterion:
We compare both, the amount if we take -1 from the last winning bet (as in the standard D'alembert) and the amount of units we are below from the bankroll.
We start with 200 units.
We place 1 unit and lose.
We have this:
- D'alembert says: 1 + 1 = 2 as next bet.
- We are -1 unit below: 1 as next bet.
We chose 1 as our next bet since it is the lower.
We were up at 230.
We are currently at 220.
In our stream of bets at this given sample time we are placing 4 units.
We lose -4 and are now at 216.
- D'alembert says: 4 + 1 = 5 as next bet.
- We do the math (High bankroll – Current): 230 – 216 = 14 units as next bet.
We always pick the lower, so in this case we pick what D'alembert says: 5 units as next bet.
The third possible example is: at times it will be the same value on both, the D'almbert and the loss units. No brainer. Just use that value.
I.e: You start with 200.
Place 1 unit. Loss.
You determine 1 unit as next bet and lose.
Now D'alembert is 1+1 = 2 as next bet AND you are -2 units below = 2 as next bet.
Same amount, you use it.
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