Self-growing compounding parachute

Started by VLS, Dec 14, 2022, 10:39 PM

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VLS

Based on the 34 unit parachute.

Wins are split three-way: 33/33/33.

- 33% for the player.
- 33% for compounding the initial 34-unit bank.
- 33% for growing the recovery extension of the parachute. This is, for adding to the 1-number progression attached to it.



Benefits:

Allows for increased endurance against dispersion.

Raises the base unit on concentration of hits.

It maximizes player profits on engorged units and can save banks with the extended recovery's self-made progression.

This enables the player to resist larger dispersion gaps after successful concatenated positive runs 👍

Vic

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VLS

Quote from: VLS on Dec 14, 2022, 10:39 PM- 33% for compounding the initial 34-unit bank.

Just wanted to add:

The more divisible your unit is, the better.

This allows for compounding sooner / begin raising the unit value with lesser concatenated wins.

It is a must to win more when winning.

The concatenated losing runs should always be traversed with minimal units.

Managing your concatenated winning trams is what makes the utmost difference in the averages.

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TwoUp

QuoteThe more divisible your unit is, the better.

A great point.

These are known as composite numbers, the lowest ones with their number of divisors in brackets are: 2(2), 4(3), 6(4), 12(6), 24(8), 36(9), 48(10), 60(12).

TwoUp

Shame about the unintended sun glasses emoji that is supposed to be an 8 in brackets.

VLS

Quote from: TwoUp on Jan 28, 2023, 03:40 AMShame about the unintended sun glasses emoji that is supposed to be an 8 in brackets.

Fixed! (there is a "Don't use smileys" option @ the post page)

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