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98steps
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September 14th, 2010 at 4:29:13 PM permalink
I have developed a craps strategy that utilizes a combination of 0% wagers and systematic betting progressions. Thru fairly extensive testing it is trending at 95% effectiveness, winning between 500-800 (average win 700) on 19 out of 20 sessions, losing +/-4500 on the one session. I have tested my theories at home as well as on live tables. If a system is proven to be a consistant winner, is there anyone out there that would consider financing its operation?
Triplell
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September 14th, 2010 at 4:35:21 PM permalink
you tested it on 20 sessions? Oh yes, o great one. If it worked 19/20 sessions, it must be full proof...
98steps
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September 14th, 2010 at 4:36:38 PM permalink
20 sessions would not be an extensive test. I have run over 300 sessions and seen very consistent results.
98steps
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September 14th, 2010 at 4:49:39 PM permalink
Please, any serious feedback or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Triplell
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September 14th, 2010 at 4:50:06 PM permalink
How bout you simulate it on 1 billion sessions, and then let me know what the final result. I'm guessing the house makes about 2-5%...
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September 14th, 2010 at 4:57:48 PM permalink
I appreciate the suggestion Triplell, even sensing the sarcasm in your post. Regretfully, I do not have the means to run 1 billion sessions. I am seriously open to running a truly extensive testing of it, although I do not have the software necessary to do so. Is there any public domain software that could be utilized to test my theories?
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September 14th, 2010 at 5:47:01 PM permalink
You must be new to this site..... Your system will lose money over the long run, as will any 'strategy' at craps. Each bet, with the exception of odds after the point has been established, has a house advantage. The odds bets are even money propositions. If you really believe that your system will work, then go to a casino! Why would you need to sell it? Just go and make the money you think you can.
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September 14th, 2010 at 5:55:00 PM permalink
Quote: 98steps

I have developed a craps strategy that utilizes a combination of 0% wagers and systematic betting progressions. Thru fairly extensive testing it is trending at 95% effectiveness, winning between 500-800 (average win 700) on 19 out of 20 sessions, losing +/-4500 on the one session. I have tested my theories at home as well as on live tables. If a system is proven to be a consistant winner, is there anyone out there that would consider financing its operation?



I'll answer the specific question that was asked: yes, there is almost certainly someone out there who would consider that.

However, your chances of finding that someone on this site are essentially zero. That's because the persons frequenting this site are either a) persons who realize that every betting system ever devised with the goal of defeating a negative expectation game is a steaming pile of horsecrap, or b) persons who believe in such systems, and as a consequence, don't have any money to invest in YOUR system.
The fact that a believer is happier than a skeptic is no more to the point than the fact that a drunken man is happier than a sober one. The happiness of credulity is a cheap and dangerous quality.---George Bernard Shaw
Triplell
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September 14th, 2010 at 6:30:00 PM permalink
Quote: 98steps

I appreciate the suggestion Triplell, even sensing the sarcasm in your post. Regretfully, I do not have the means to run 1 billion sessions. I am seriously open to running a truly extensive testing of it, although I do not have the software necessary to do so. Is there any public domain software that could be utilized to test my theories?



Java/C/C++...or any programming language for that matter.

All you need is a random number generator and to understand the true odds and actual payoffs of the game. I could write you a program to test your system, would you be interested in funding this?
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September 14th, 2010 at 7:37:49 PM permalink
Quote: Triplell

Java/C/C++...or any programming language for that matter.

All you need is a random number generator and to understand the true odds and actual payoffs of the game. I could write you a program to test your system, would you be interested in funding this?




Depending on the cost and accuracy, YES I would be. However, it may not be necessary. Thanks to the WizardofOdds website, I got directed to Michael Bluejay's System Challenge. I have offered to accept his challenge and am awaiting response from him.

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