RIBOT announcements - June 2023
Started by VLS, Oct 01, 2022, 06:17 AM
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- 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.199You determine 1 unit as next bet and lose.198Now 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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