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    Have you ever tried Reverse Martingale System?

    Lets say you have a starting $1100 bankroll.

    You placed your first bet $1100 to win $1000 and you have won it.

    Then you keep betting half of what you have won on the first bet on next bet.

    $500 to win $450.

    You keep betting half of the previous bet as you go down whether you win or lose the bet.

    At what point to you cash out?

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    Dumb

    After about 12-13 days you are done regardless

    You could go 10-3 betting and be down a few hundred

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    Loses first bet ****

    Well fuk off

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    not sold on this one.

    More research from Pro gamblers on this site needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chi_archie View Post
    Dumb

    After about 12-13 days you are done regardless

    You could go 10-3 betting and be down a few hundred
    How would you lose money if you go 10-3? If you go 0-1 you lost it all.

    If you go 1-0 you are already up $1000. Then going 9-3 on the next 12 bets if you keep betting $500, $250, $125, $62.5, etc you won't lose your original bank roll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ans61201 View Post
    Loses first bet ****

    Well fuk off
    Do you know what a true martingale system is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pavyracer View Post
    Do you know what a true martingale system is?
    Lmao yes. In this terrible model, you leave yourself open to lose your roll on one flip. Itís a bad idea. Leave it at that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ans61201 View Post
    Lmao yes. In this terrible model, you leave yourself open to lose your roll on one flip. It’s a bad idea. Leave it at that.
    Explain how will you do true martinagale if you lose the first $1100 bet and the book limit is $2,000 per bet for NFL for example.

    My system is flawless because you are in trouble with the limits per max bet on true martingale even with a small losing streak.

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    To test any sort of betting system such as the martingale or reverse martingale just take a quarter or any coin and run it with coin flips. After a few hundred flips(likely much sooner) you will have your answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pavyracer View Post
    How would you lose money if you go 10-3? If you go 0-1 you lost it all.

    If you go 1-0 you are already up $1000. Then going 9-3 on the next 12 bets if you keep betting $500, $250, $125, $62.5, etc you won't lose your original bank roll.
    Oh didnt realize first bet is all in

    Even dumber

    Would you rather go 10-2 or 12-0 on this system

    Or would you rather have all those wins , flat betting or using the dumb dumb method?

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    The whole point of Martingale is to turn a less-than-enviable winning percentage into profits. If youíre capable of going 10-2 or 12-0 or whatever then you donít need a system other than flat betting.

    And this is obviously a joke anyway. Perhaps one day I will reveal my Double Inverse Martingale 2000 System

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    I have a pretty sick reciprocal GartinMale system for big limits. But I charge for that system
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    did you take stupid pills today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chi_archie View Post
    I have a pretty sick reciprocal GartinMale system for big limits. But I charge for that system
    Will keep in mind next pay period. May have to get in

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    This reminds me of my Waltzing Matilda MartinBail system I used primarily in the 90s. It involves purposely losing your first bet and then doubling it. PM for details.
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    Hey guys, do you have the balls to risk $1,100 all in to win 1,000 dollars???


    Cool, well what if I told you that I have a system that would then allow you to at best go on a 9 game win streak and win a grand total of 1000 more MAX?

    Imagine how satisfying winning that 10th straight bet will feel when you collect that final 95 cents!!!!

    Otters would be HARD

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    I thought that a reverse martingale system is when you increase your bet after winning. For example, you bet $10 and win $10. You bet all $20 on your next play and win $20. Then you bet $40 on your next play. If you lose, you go back to betting $10.

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    Paver your still a rookie after 11 years

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    I will do this one NEXT. I'm trying out a BLINDS and ANTE system right now. ANOTHA ONE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJKhalid View Post
    I will do this one NEXT. I'm trying out a BLINDS and ANTE system right now. ANOTHA ONE!


    Good luck fella. Get on board the pavy gravy train!

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    Uhhh this isn't reverse martingale that I know of. Reverse martingale is doubling a bet after a win instead of a loss. I've done it with blackjack before at end of trip if up a ton...for example walk up to table with $100, $25 bet, double until 5 wins, if lose, bet $25, thus 4 "rounds". If I win 5 hands in a row its $800 (or more if BJ occurs). Small risk for potential all or nothing big win.

    Never heard of this reduce your bet by half style, not sure what the point would be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglesfan371 View Post
    Uhhh this isn't reverse martingale that I know of. Reverse martingale is doubling a bet after a win instead of a loss. I've done it with blackjack before at end of trip if up a ton...for example walk up to table with $100, $25 bet, double until 5 wins, if lose, bet $25, thus 4 "rounds". If I win 5 hands in a row its $800 (or more if BJ occurs). Small risk for potential all or nothing big win.

    Never heard of this reduce your bet by half style, not sure what the point would be?
    to lose less

    this is for guys who don't have positive cash flow bookies

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