mrjjj
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May 30th, 2012 at 6:17:45 PM permalink
BEFORE attacking, I heard about this, I do not (yet) play it. >>>

You take $1,500. Find a machine that you like (whatever that means), a .50-$1 machine. We'll be playing 15 sessions, $100 per.

Only put $100 in. If at *ANY* point you are up (even $1), cash out and put that ticket into your pocket. Put the next $100 bill in. Same thing, up at any point? Cash out, even if its on the FIRST spin. When/if that $100 is gone, put the next $100 in etc.

Lets say you are down to $20 and manage to climb up to $106....same rule, cash out, start over. When the $1,500 is gone, go cash tickets at the window. Start over again, $100 per. A friend of mine plays like this, thats all I'm saying.

Ken
only1choice
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May 30th, 2012 at 6:26:20 PM permalink
I am not a slot player. About five years ago I thought of this exact method. At the time we were still using coins. You can imagine running over to the cashier every 5 minutes. It worked for about 3 weeks and then reality sunk in.
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WongBo
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May 30th, 2012 at 6:28:02 PM permalink
what's the matter ken?
not enough attacks on your roulette prowess?
now you are branching out into slots?
:)
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mrjjj
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May 30th, 2012 at 6:31:39 PM permalink
Quote: WongBo

what's the matter ken?
not enough attacks on your roulette prowess?
now you are branching out into slots?
:)



I'm not a slots guy, probably never will be and I'll NEVER stop with roulette. The money is just too damn easy.

Ken
CrapsForever
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May 30th, 2012 at 6:31:59 PM permalink
Quote: mrjjj

BEFORE attacking, I heard about this, I do not (yet) play it. >>>

You take $1,500. Find a machine that you like (whatever that means), a .50-$1 machine. We'll be playing 15 sessions, $100 per.

Only put $100 in. If at *ANY* point you are up (even $1), cash out and put that ticket into your pocket. Put the next $100 bill in. Same thing, up at any point? Cash out, even if its on the FIRST spin. When/if that $100 is gone, put the next $100 in etc.

Lets say you are down to $20 and manage to climb up to $106....same rule, cash out, start over. When the $1,500 is gone, go cash tickets at the window. Start over again, $100 per. A friend of mine plays like this, thats all I'm saying.

Ken



Wonderful System!

I use a similar system on a "lucky" slot machine near me. I bring (5) $20 Bills and buy in for $20 and cash out once I lose a hand when I am up more than $10. I have won on 9 out of 10 sessions. Average session win is $60. Highest win session was $100.

I know a lot of people who use this "system".

Nice post, Ken/Mrjjj!
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mrjjj
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May 30th, 2012 at 6:50:23 PM permalink
Lets be honest, how many times have we heard...."so-n-so was up (slots) and then lost it all back" !!

This way, even at $1, we cash out. Is it boring and 'robot like' style of play? Yes it is but I feel (IMO), those are the BEST ways of playing. An EXACT set of rules.

Mainly referring to roulette of course. Anyways, play this, dont play it.....but for God's sake, have a great night.

Ken
rdw4potus
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May 30th, 2012 at 7:16:15 PM permalink
Quote: mrjjj


This way, even at $1, we cash out.
Ken



Do you think there's a difference between continuing to play with $101 on the meter, and cashing out and putting in a new $100 bill?
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mrjjj
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May 30th, 2012 at 7:29:06 PM permalink
Quote: rdw4potus

Do you think there's a difference between continuing to play with $101 on the meter, and cashing out and putting in a new $100 bill?




Lets try this again. These are not my rules, I am quoting.

If you dont like it, dont play it.

Ken

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