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Any tips for small bankrolls?
Posted: 20 January 2009 03:57 AM   [ Ignore ]
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I’ve seen a lot of systems that use some sort of progressive betting that can quickly become unreachable for small bankrolls.  Anyone have a system that could help stretch out my bankroll so I dont end up going home early?

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Posted: 01 April 2009 03:39 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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The best thing I can tell you is not to use progressive betting systems. People that employ systems such as the Martingale are facing the exact same house edge as opposed to someone who just flat bets one number the whole time they’re playing. Martingale users will bet like this (worst case scenario…)

Bet $10 lose
Bet $20 lose
Bet $40 lose
Bet $80 lose
Bet $160 lose
Bet $320 lose
Bet $640 lose
Bet $1280 and lose

See how progressive betting systems add up? That’s 8 losses in a row just to win $10. My heart couldn’t take that. Let’s look at the cumulative losses for this system. That’s $2,550 lost in just 8 measly spins. Here’s what you do for those same 8 spins. This is only going to cost you $80…

If your table minimum is $10, select 5 numbers and put $2 on each. Play for 8 spins. If you win, great! If not, well you’re only out $80 as opposed to your neighbor who lost $2,550. If you win, walk away a winner.

~Jason

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Posted: 17 May 2009 10:32 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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inanejason8 - 01 April 2009 03:39 PM

The best thing I can tell you is not to use progressive betting systems. People that employ systems such as the Martingale are facing the exact same house edge as opposed to someone who just flat bets one number the whole time they’re playing. Martingale users will bet like this (worst case scenario…)

Bet $10 lose
Bet $20 lose
Bet $40 lose
Bet $80 lose
Bet $160 lose
Bet $320 lose
Bet $640 lose
Bet $1280 and lose

See how progressive betting systems add up? That’s 8 losses in a row just to win $10. My heart couldn’t take that. Let’s look at the cumulative losses for this system. That’s $2,550 lost in just 8 measly spins. Here’s what you do for those same 8 spins. This is only going to cost you $80…

If your table minimum is $10, select 5 numbers and put $2 on each. Play for 8 spins. If you win, great! If not, well you’re only out $80 as opposed to your neighbor who lost $2,550. If you win, walk away a winner.

~Jason

great advice!

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Posted: 29 July 2009 11:45 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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Small BR? Dont play, my opinion.  Ken

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Posted: 25 September 2009 06:26 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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Sound advice I’d like to mention.  Another way is that you could Google “low stakes casino” and there are a whole bunch of sites you can play.  Your losses would be less if you took £100 to the tables when the minimum bet is only £0.10.  Hope this helps :D I use this method with a system.  There is a link to it somewhere on this forum in one of my posts. I think we’ll all agree that little wins are better than huge losses lol.

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Posted: 07 February 2010 05:50 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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Hey buddy,
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Posted: 07 February 2010 11:14 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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why am I revealing the secret now? Why? Well, sad to say, I have been diagnosed with an incurable disease and my time is limited. I spent half of my life trying to beat roulette. And when it becomes possible, my life comes to an end.


PLEASE GIVE ME A F…ING BREAK!

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Posted: 07 February 2010 11:17 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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inanejason8 - 01 April 2009 03:39 PM

The best thing I can tell you is not to use progressive betting systems. People that employ systems such as the Martingale are facing the exact same house edge as opposed to someone who just flat bets one number the whole time they’re playing. Martingale users will bet like this (worst case scenario…)

Bet $10 lose
Bet $20 lose
Bet $40 lose
Bet $80 lose
Bet $160 lose
Bet $320 lose
Bet $640 lose
Bet $1280 and lose

See how progressive betting systems add up? That’s 8 losses in a row just to win $10. My heart couldn’t take that. Let’s look at the cumulative losses for this system. That’s $2,550 lost in just 8 measly spins. Here’s what you do for those same 8 spins. This is only going to cost you $80…

If your table minimum is $10, select 5 numbers and put $2 on each. Play for 8 spins. If you win, great! If not, well you’re only out $80 as opposed to your neighbor who lost $2,550. If you win, walk away a winner.

~Jason

STUPID ANALYSIS, the idea of a martingale is that you recover previous losses. this system where you select 5 numbers has no strategy!

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Posted: 22 February 2010 07:57 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]
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Absolutely Yes - there is a way for you to play with a limited bankroll.


In fact the casino has more money than 99.999% of the players and it sets limits on how much a person can bet. So even the richest person would still need a sensible wagering system that didn’t escalate their bets quickly. More money simply means betting at a higher level for most people. Very few people would start with $1000 and play with $5.00 chips.


You might wish to flat bet 1 unit for a few turns - maybe 20. If you are down then you could bet 2 units for another 20 turns or until you have a profit (at which point you could bet 1 unit again).


Read the page titled “Avant Dernier system” at http://www.gamblingandcasinoguide.com
Setting goals and keeping records are important


Playing games with a lower house edge helps.

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Posted: 15 April 2010 06:14 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]
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Progressive loss remains all too familiar with the game of roulette.

This may not seem too flash for the high rollers, but i remained at a table for a considerable time with a technique i used on the small scales.

I;e We’re talking small amounts of change

Lets take $ 20.00 for instance

I use this for 50/50 odds bets only and it refers to swinging favour.

I bet my $ 1.00 on red - if it misses

I bet another $ 1.00 on red

When red hits - i double the bet - if it misses then

I go back to one dollar

This routine has enabled me to climb to 30 dollars many a time

The trick is sticking with your colour whilst at the table, stake it out and as soon as you can see a 50 percent profit, you run away.

Of course luck is key, but swinging favours luck slightly one way - stay with your colour

As always in roulette - be prepared to lose what you put down - and play fierce and precise with your chosen colour.

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Posted: 04 May 2010 09:54 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 10 ]
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1. Take you time
2. Spread
3. Don’t Push
4. Take a small profit and leave.

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Posted: 27 June 2010 08:55 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 11 ]
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Stay with around a 20 percent marginal rake back

For instance, if you go into a roulette table with $20.00 for your session, get out when your upswing passes $24.00. In high fluctuation games like roulette and slot machines, it’s difficult to hit high margins on a regular basis. I know people attempt 100 percent return rates, but this can take hours when balancing the books.

$4.00 profit does not seem much, but do that a few times a day, build a confident bankroll and you’ll be returning in no time.

In roulette value does not matter, if you can make $24.00 out of $20.00, then you can make $24000 out of $20000.

Concentrate on the principle first, then in time, let your habits do the work.

Good luck

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Posted: 23 July 2010 05:05 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 12 ]
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What do you consider a small bank roll?

That’s a pretty relative term.

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Posted: 24 July 2010 10:25 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 13 ]
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RedKing - 23 July 2010 05:05 PM

What do you consider a small bank roll?

That’s a pretty relative term.

Couldn’t agree more.

I think the measure should definitely be in “Units” too.

For some people (for instance plenty of baccarat players) anything more than 20 units is a large bank; for roulette players it is not uncommon to see advices of bankrolls in the 150+ or 500+ units, due to the more single bets roulette players usually make on the straight-up numbers OR due to the larger steps in progressions roulette players tend to be OK to play.

So dear LNH, what do YOU consider “a small bank” (in units), that’s the starting point!

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Posted: 03 August 2010 01:12 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 14 ]
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Theres skill, then theres luck.  Skill runs longer than luck any day.  Skilled player vs lucky player?.. I choose the skilled player, skill is like a fast car, hard to beat, right?.  “To a skilled player, luck is like nitrous, even when theres no nitrous, its still a very fast car”
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Posted: 11 May 2012 01:13 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 15 ]
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The trick is to find a good system….with a good system you should be able to play it with any chip value as long as you at least play to the table minimum.  So find a good system and use $1 chips…

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