avatar: Thaer
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trizero:

What do we bet if:
1. 5 comes
2. 8 comes
3. 35 comes
4. 17 comes
5. 23 comes
6. 29 comes

1. 1 unit on corner (1,2,4,5)
2. 1 unit on corner (1,2,4,5) and 1 unit on corner (7,8,10,11)
3. 2 unit on corner (1,2,4,5) and 2 unit on corner (7,8,10,11) and 2 unit on corner (31,32,34,35)
4. 4 unit on corner (1,2,4,5) and 4 unit on corner (7,8,10,11) and 4 unit on corner (31,32,34,35) and 4 unit on (13,14,16,17)
5. 8 unit on corner (1,2,4,5) and 8 unit on corner (7,8,10,11) and 8 unit on corner (31,32,34,35) and 8 unit on (13,14,16,17) and 8 unit on (19,20,22,23)
6. 16 unit on corner (1,2,4,5) and 16 unit on corner (7,8,10,11) and 16 unit on corner (31,32,34,35) and 16 unit on (13,14,16,17) and 16 unit on (19,20,22,23) and 16 unit (25,26,28,29)


Thank you,
Thaer

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Thanks for your patience Thaer,
it's not easy to describe a roulette strategy...


If I got you right, then it's not possible, to create the original "Mansurians Roulette Strategy"
in a quick and simple way for the simulator.


The difficulty is, that there are only specific corners wanted,
probably to prevent overlapped numbers of multiple corners.
(Until now I don't understand which corners it should be.)


It could be done using a step-tree (view an example),
but in every case, there will always be overlapping corners which is just perplexing.
Overlapping fields require longer tests, to balance side effects.


Nevertheless, I created a "Mansurians Corner Strategy", that comes close to your demands.
(I put it to your personal strategies, it's not published)


Much more interesting is the underlying concept of the strategy,
which wants only get a part of the total loss back at a late win.


That's why I created the Mansurians Style Roulette Strategy with streets.
They do not overlap at all ;-)


progression

As the streets include 3 singles, the progression uses a factor of 1.75 instead of 2.
This should transfer the ratio of 3/4 of street/corner.


Have fun with roulette strategies,
trizero

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trizero:

Much more interesting is the underlying concept of the strategy,
which wants only get a part of the total loss back at a late win.

Thank you so much Trizero. This really helps.

This website is one of the nicest web tools I've ever seen.

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Thanks for the compliment and tell your friends! ;-)

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