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Thursday, April 7, 2005
Betting Tips by PerryB
The following short
newsletter is brought to you by Perry Benedik, the author of
14 Months at the Sic-Bo Table, containing
Sic-Bo strategies that can be used effectively for any even money bet game.
"While flat betting may be the
safest way to go, even a 50+% bet selection will do no better than produce
only minimal profit after a long period of time.
In order to enhance the performance of a good bet selection, every method of
betting has its own mix of particular risks and rewards. While Martingale
progressions require only 1 win in order to get ahead, it's great while
you're winning. But if you happen to run into a period of 6 or 7 consecutive
losses, the double-up betting escalation can put a big dent in your bankroll
in a real hurry.
Any bet selection that's worth its salt will usually produce at least 2 wins
in a row with reliable consistency. One economical way to take advantage of
this is by using a straight parlay - re-betting the original bet along with
the profit from a win. However, in a repeating "win one/lose one" scenario,
you end up losing every time a win is followed by a loss. (The cheapest
parlay progression that can be used is: 1-1-1-2-2-3-4-5-7-9. I would never
advise anyone to go any further than the 5th or 6th bet, and risk no more
than 10 units for any betting session.)
I prefer using a D'Alembert/Fibonacci approach like this:
After a loss, go to the next bet using a 1-1-2-3-5 progression. After a win,
for your next bet go back to the previous bet in the progression. In other
words, let's say you lost 1-1-2-3 (7 units) and you win your 5-unit bet. By
making your next bet the 3-unit bet, if you win it, you're ahead. If you
lose the 3-unit bet, but win the next bet of 5 units, you're even, and then
go back to the start of the progression again. (If you lose 1-1 and win 2,
go back to the first 1-unit bet.)
I personally don't like going past the 4th bet of this progression. I have
found that starting over again after 4 consecutive losses, and accepting
only a 7-unit loss for the betting period is still substantially superior to
using only flat bets in the long run. Only 7 units lost is easy enough to
recover, and the additional 5 units that I don't bet can be applied to my
next betting session, as opposed to losing it more than half of the time
(during a losing period) on the very next bet."
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Wishing you all the best,
Until next week,
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