## 75% Money Management

Started by VLS, Oct 04, 2022, 06:27 AM

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#### VLS

This is an upgrade to the 50% MM, the 75% MM version:

It can prove itself useful when dealing with "streaky" methods.

The gist of this upgrade keeps on being maximizing unit size when on a positive tram of winning sessions, and minimizing the losses when things aren't going your way.

You may want to check the 50% MM thread for the original version:

https://rouletteideas.com/money-management/50-money-management/

The whole procedure:

(Using 36 units to illustrate)

• 36-unit bank of minimal unit is the session bank.
• Each session is comprised by several "attacks".
• Each attack is ended on any hit giving you a plus (or breaking even).
• You compound the unit as per the 75% MM's rules after every attack (important).
• If the next bet would dip the balance at or past -36 from current balance high, the session is over.

Any "leftover unit" from the session is added to the minimal-unit bankrolls. A "leftover" unit is what remains when the amount of numbers to bet would surpass -36. For instance, if next bet is 4 numbers and you are -33 from your highest, you stop the session and save the remaining 3 units as leftover from the attack.

It is advisable for the initial unit to be divisible by 10 (at least). This means if you bet with 0.10 as base unit, session bank is 0.10 x 36 = \$3.6 and your casino must have a 0.01 chip. If you bet with \$1 as base unit, then your session bank is \$36 and your casino must have 0.10 chip to apply the MM comfortably.

You must round down when dealing with decimals you can't place exactly with you available table chips.

Generous table limits are better because there is no stop-win for the session(s) with this, only stop-loss (important too).

It is quite an exciting thing to see the unit rise with this MM (the 50% to compound part). Also, knowing that no matter what happens you will have some units locked as you hit is reassuring. At times even the "leftovers" with an engorged unit can make-up for a tasty gain in initial unit-value. Of course, it is a downer to see the unit drop when starting again with minimal units, especially after the unit is very engorged, but it doesn't matter because you know even only one session going the right way can make you rake-in several "cushion" banks and your 25% cut also rises with a higher successfully-compounded unit.

The 75% MM is VERY recommended for those methods where the winning streaks truly clump.

Don't miss trying this baby with your favorite streaky/clumping method. In my book, the 75% MM has the double thumbs-up when you find that special method that clumps its wins steadily.

(Splits and straight-ups are preferred of course)

Cheers!
Vic

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