Anunnaki1202
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June 29th, 2019 at 10:35:24 AM permalink
2 banker and player 1 = banker 2 we bet banker
If player comes out then is perfect balance 2×2 = no bet wait for another play to see what to bet with antimartingale because is first bet after Perfect balance

My explanation is a bit weak am sorry keep asking me till you understand it 😎
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Anunnaki1202
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June 29th, 2019 at 10:41:47 AM permalink
Or could be 17 player and 12 banker we play player with flat bet because player lead
And if next game is 17 player and 13 banker we still flat bet on player
We bet player till we see 17 player and 17 banker then no bet one round to see who will lead the balance
But after first wait on 17x17 to became 18x17 or 17x18 to place the antimartingale
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ThatDonGuy
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June 29th, 2019 at 10:47:53 AM permalink
Assume the first three hands are 2 banker and 1 player - what I am calling "banker +1" but you seem to be calling it "banker 2" for some reason.
Start with a bet of 1 on banker.
If banker wins, what is your next bet - are you flat betting (so you bet 1 on banker again), or are you "antimartingaling" (so you bet 2 on banker, then you would bet 4 if your bet of 2 wins, and so on until you lose)?
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June 29th, 2019 at 10:52:56 AM permalink
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Or could be 17 player and 12 banker we play player with flat bet because player lead
And if next game is 17 player and 13 banker we still flat bet on player
We bet player till we see 17 player and 17 banker then no bet one round to see who will lead the balance
But after first wait on 17x17 to became 18x17 or 17x18 to place the antimartingale


This makes no sense, and here's why; if banker is ahead, then player has to win more than banker in order to reach balance, but if you always bet on banker, you will lose more times than you win.

When banker is ahead, should you be betting on player instead?

For example, if it is 17 player and 13 banker, then banker has to win 4 more times than player to get to balance. If you always bet on player, you will lose 4 bets more than you win when it gets to balance. However, if you bet on banker, you will win 4 bets more than you lose when it gets to balance.
Anunnaki1202
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June 29th, 2019 at 10:58:53 AM permalink
2 banker and 1 player = 2 wins out of 3 which banker is the leader but still has 2 upfront than player with 1 win only
If banker wins will be 3 banker and player 1 = 3x1 banker still on the lead all this bets go flat bets
Only when the perfect balance will occur like 15x15 or 66x66 or 5x5 or 155x155
All this are equally out and are the perfect balance

When perfect balance occurs need to not bet to wait to one side to get the lead then is became 16x15 or 15x16 something will of balance and will be upfront
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June 29th, 2019 at 11:01:22 AM permalink
No .. we bet on the more outs than less outs
Because always will be the off balance than perfect balance
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ThatDonGuy
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June 29th, 2019 at 11:38:59 AM permalink
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No .. we bet on the more outs than less outs
Because always will be the off balance than perfect balance


So, if banker is ahead, do you keep betting banker? Because I have just shown you that, if it gets back to balance, you will lose money.

And let's assume that it does get to balance, and you skip a bet, which player wins, so now it is +1 Player.
What do you bet now?
Do you bet 1 on player, then if it wins, you bet 2 on player, then if that wins, you bet 4 on player, and so on? Is that what you mean by "antimartingale"?
What do you do when banker wins - what is your next bet?
Anunnaki1202
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June 29th, 2019 at 11:54:11 AM permalink
You will not lose your money it will drop from where you start
The win is happening on antimartingale

Yes you bet like you said but if your bankroll is on + you have to stop the antimartingale and carry on with flat on the leading side
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June 29th, 2019 at 12:07:59 PM permalink
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You will not lose your money it will drop from where you start


You have less money than when you started - that's what "losing money" means.
Maybe if I said, "Your bankroll is on -", you will understand it better?

Let me see if I have it clear now. There seem to be two parts to the system.

First, watch three hands without betting, to see where the balance is.
Then, flat bet the side that is plus until you get back to balance. (I have already told you that this guarantees that your bankroll will be - when you reach balance.)

Second, watch one hand without betting, so it is out of balance again.
Now, bet 1 on the leading side; when you win, if your bankroll is - or 0, double the bet ("antimartingale"), but if it is +, go back to flat betting.

There are two problems with this system.
The first, I have already explained to you - your bankroll will go into minus when you reach balance the first time, as the side you are betting against has to win more hands than the side you are winning on in order to get to balance.
Second, if it really is an "antimartingale", most of the time, your losing bet will be more than the total of your winning bets since the last losing bet.
Anunnaki1202
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June 29th, 2019 at 12:20:06 PM permalink
You will not use antimartingale all time as the game will be most of the time off balanced
You can stop playing at anytime when on + and consider it as a session.
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