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Post by alex weber on Fri May 20, 2011 6:06 am

Let's try to not put on an equal chance, and on six numbers (Six-line). A total of six sixes roulette. We put just five of them,

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the probability of winning is 30/37 - approximately 81.08%. With the game on equal opportunity, this chance would be only 48.65%. The odds of winning have increased. Do not forget that the initial rate is no longer $ 1 and $ 5. Let's see how things have changed for the probability of winning U.S. $ 315 in the




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(the bank has increased five times). It is equal to 1 - (7 / 37) = 6, ie 99.995%. And if you want to win a $ 100 dollar on a winning 100 times in a row, the success rate will be 99.54%. For $ 1,000 - 95.52%. Compared with normal Martingale quite well. You may say: "But the capital was five times greater." Yes it is. But compare how much easier it was to win $ 1,000. And one more thing. In the casino, as a rule, do not allow to
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$ 1 equal chances, the minimum bet is usually $ 20-25, but a six-dollar room can be put. You can try to take $ 315 and go to the casino. With a probability of more than 95% of you will win $ 1,000. Maybe try it?

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