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What "systems" do you use?

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by dcimp3, Sep 8, 2007.

    Sep 8, 2007
  1. dcimp3

    dcimp3 Dormant account

    Occupation:
    www.affey.com and cherrycheats.com
    Location:
    Hutto, Texas - Near Austin.
    I have several different systems I use in different aspects of the game. I only play RTG. Like how much I play.

    If my account account is over $1000 USD... I tend to play $10 a hand.
    I play $5 a hand between $150 and $1000.
    I play $2 a hand between $50 and $150.
    I play $1 a hand down to $10... and then less there after.

    Other systems....

    The "Managers Bonus" system.

    Ask for a managers bonus. Many will give you one. I get managers bonuses at Club World Casino all the time. In fact I have a $100 bonus sitting in my account right now. Let's say I get through the wager requirements. As long as I have $200 or more ($1000 is the max cashout on a $100 manager's bonus) once I finish the wager requirements... I cashout to Quick Tender. It gets paid most the time within 12 hours. So let's say I cashed out $500 from the $100 managers bonus. I then contact the online chat and ask for a special 100% coupon. Don't be afraid to ask.. They do give them! Especially if you deposit often. Now you put the $500 back in and they give you $500! That is $1000 to play with. Sure you have a hefty playthrough with the $500 plus the $500 match... But it can be overcome. I do it all the time! Then you cashout and start over. I call this the recycle method!

    Fruit Frenzy Method!

    I am not sure how secretive this method is... But I don't want to tip off any RTG reps. If you search hard enough, you will find the Fruit Frenzy flaw. If you can't find it.... PM me.. I will explain it. But when I am using the fruit frenzy method.. I usually have over $750. I put it on auto play for 1000 spins then go to sleep.

    Anyone else have systems you use? Do they work? How well? The manager's bonus works perfectly... you just have to survive wager requirements... TWICE. The Fruit Frenzy goes both ways.

    Cheers

    Joe
     
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  2. Sep 10, 2007
  3. lojo

    lojo Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht

    Occupation:
    Tradesman
    Location:
    USA
    Not to be (how you spell facetious?) but the method I like most is: put in a dollar, win a car... put in another dollar, win another car :D

    I like to play with the volitility on an RTG slot... if I haven't had any 1-9 line wins in quite a few spins I'll decrease from 20 lines to 3 or 5 or 7 or 9 and increase the amount wagered per line to be about the same total bet. That way when line 1-5 hit at .25 per line I get a better payout.

    Also as is 'common knowledge' the features hit about every 135 spins on many MG 15 line bonus slots... (of course you never know where you are starting in the mythical cycle, and it isn't like clockwork, just on average) so I rarely wager more than, say, about .75 per spin (on average) when starting with a hundred dollar bankroll. In my mind this gives me the best chance of hitting a feature before going bust (.96% return notwithstanding) and often if I want to keep playing after hitting a good line win or feature or two, I will randomly increase my bet in what feels like the end of a dry spell (eight or nine spins without a hit, or 30-40 without a decent line win)

    In the easy money transfer days with no fees I would almost always cash out at 125% of my bankroll nad move the money around until I had at least a hundred dollars in four or five casinos, then bounce back and forth between them and d often do it again. I kind of used casinos as my savings accounts and then pull out all profit and initial moneys to NT and start over again with my weekly 'allowance'.

    Sometimes I'd take the whole profit roll and spin it in 5 or six attempts at the moby, but have not succeeded, YET :D I don't know the fruit frenzy method but this is a slot I like to to spin $5 a line on with 3-9 lines becasue the potentail is humongous. PM me? Does it really take $750 to do... ought of my league... when I'm playing with that much I go to roulette for a make or break on 70%+ coverage with a layout something like this... with a 1500 bankroll it usually gives me enough partial wins to catch the groove. But I have busted out a couple of times with it. Of course it can be done with lessor bets as well for a smaller BR
     
  4. Sep 10, 2007
  5. SlotMonster

    SlotMonster SoftSwiss Representative webmeister

    Occupation:
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    Somewhere in eternity
    Playing roulette (I prefer Bet365 Live Roulette) I always use the rule that next dozen will be the same as previous. It happends very often, so you can bet and win some money. I did 900$ profit in this casino last month ;)
     
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  6. Sep 10, 2007
  7. lojo

    lojo Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht

    Occupation:
    Tradesman
    Location:
    USA

    Does it occur about one out of three times?
    I'd really like to be able analyse a roulette wheel statistically, but am too daft. Like the layout pictured above... assuming that wager was no more than 15% of bankroll, how many 'partial wins' therefore how many spins could you do on average - hit the 17 - and profit. That's probably confusing. .. and maybe roulette needs it's own thread. That layout works more often than not for a goodly profit, but I have busted out a few times too. Better keep my own logs so I can analyse them wehn I get the smarts or provide them to someone.
     
  8. Sep 10, 2007
  9. SlotMonster

    SlotMonster SoftSwiss Representative webmeister

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    Just keep in your mind that roulette wheel, which made correctly it's real RNG. And probability to hit any number (1, 5, 12, 17 etc.) ALWAYS will be 1/37! It doesn't matter how much spins you did before.
     
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  10. Sep 10, 2007
  11. lojo

    lojo Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht

    Occupation:
    Tradesman
    Location:
    USA
    Yip!!!

    But in the picture above I have more than 70% of the board covered one way or another and will get various small returns along the way, waiting for that 1/37 that pays 35 to 1 :D so my bankroll lasts longer... if I don't hit it by a certain point I should stop and save my balance... I just don't know what that point is... when I've spent 50% of my bankroll? 25% 75% ??? Ah, it's a gamble :)
     
  12. Sep 10, 2007
  13. SlotMonster

    SlotMonster SoftSwiss Representative webmeister

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    Well, lojo, actually to hit one number will pay 36:1 (35:1 your win + return your original bet) :rolleyes:.
    Regarding your last post:
    If you cover one number - probability will be 1/37 (maximum win 36:1)
    If you cover 2 numbers (split) - probability will be 2/37 (max. win will be 18:1; increasing probability = decreasing win amount).
    Imagine that you have 36 coins. If every round you will cover 36 numbers of 37 existing - you will have 36/37 probability to win one coin, and 1/37 to loose all 36! So it's your choise - encrease win amount, but decrease probability to win, or decrease win amount by increasing probability to win. Saying another words, you can win often, but small amount, or you may win rare, but big wins :rolleyes:
    The only one way to save your bankroll is do not play EVER :D
     
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  14. Sep 10, 2007
  15. lojo

    lojo Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht

    Occupation:
    Tradesman
    Location:
    USA
    But I will play, Ever :D

    I guess I'll just have to sit down with a sharp pencil and a lot of paper to determine my odds with that layout... of course there is (leaving out the zeros for now) a one in three it will hit the middle twelve, but the same odds also apply to the middle line, then I've got fifty fifty for the black, and 35/1 for any given $5 bet shown, someof their neighbors and 35/1 for the fat 17 bet (and different odds for it's neighbors and corners, etc.)

    Maybe I'll just go back to trials, but the math would be good to know:) I'll look around on the web.:thumbsup:
     

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