John12345 Posted April 10, 2010 Report Share Posted April 10, 2010 (edited) ]This system is inspired by Mreteuya. So far I have tested 50 shoes and I won all 50. I only average 5 or 6 units per 6 deck shoe.I will explain the system the best that I can but I do have one problem. Two days ago I got in a fight with my scanner...and I won. Now the problem is that my scanner is in about 10 pieces so I will have to wait until I find a new scanner before I can scan any shoes into this thread. The good news is that this method is very simple and if it doesn't hold up I won't have to worry about scanning anything at all.I like Mreteuya's system and I want to get to the point where I can play his system every decision but that is going to take a lot of studying and practice on my part so it will have to wait until the summer. In the meantime I have been searching for ways to play his system so I can slowly get a better feeling for it and not have to deal with the stress of betting every decision. I am the type of player who has no problem sitting out hands. I have found that this keeps my emotions in check. It is also fun to bet less and walk away with more money than many of the people who bet every single decision. This system involves some waiting but it is worth it. Some of you may have seen me working on a capping method about 10 months ago over on VLS. The original capping method comes from someone named Jim. I took his method and made a few changes to it and I found that the way I play seems to hold up better. The capping bets were very strong but the problem was the recovery phase, I could never find a recovery that I was happy with and worked consistently. A couple of weeks ago I came up with something and it has been working great. But then last night I realized that the key to the recovery phase could be to apply the maverick system to the capping method. So I sat down and pulled out 50 shoes and I kept on winning and winning. I would win 5, 6, 12 units per shoe just as much as some of the bet every decision systems that I play. So i think that there is something to this system. And maybe some of you can take this method and turn it into something even better. The majority of you are much better at this game than I am so it should be interesting to see if any of you can come up with some improvements.first I will explain the capping method that I play: It is very simple.You wait for a streak of 3 or more of the same outcome to be capped by the opposite outcome. This is the trigger. and I am sure this type of bet has been around for ages.So the trigger is BBB P / PPP B or it is PPPP+ B / BBBB+ PNow a lot of people bet for the capped decision to turn into a 2. But I like to bet with the disparity because I have found this bet to be very consistent. So the winning bet is:BBB P B / PPP B P and so on. when I win i stop betting. and wait for the next set up. when I lose I make another bet for the disparity. BBB PP B / PPPPPPP BB P --Both of these bets are winning bets. In this case I am +1 unit so I stop and wait for the next set up again. And if I lose the second bet then here the next winning pattern that I want.BBB PPPP / PPPPPPP BBBB (4)So in this case I am trying to avoid the streak of 3 by betting for a 4 in a row. if I win this bet than I am even at +/- 0 and i will go onto the next capping bet. Now at this point I could begin the recovery phase and try to make 1 unit but I like to take another crack at it with the next set up.These bets alone can win shoe after shoe. Today I went onto bet phoenix and I looked at all 4 tables and I noticed that the first 2 bets carried me all of the way through all 4 tables. 1 of the tables produced a +11 unit profit and the other 3 tables made over 5 units in each shoe.I use the U1, D1, M2 progression. but then later I logged on and looked at the first shoe and I saw a shoe like thisB123334 This is one of those ugly shoes where that basic capping bets are not enough to carry you through shoe after shoe. So this is where maverick comes into play, we also know that no mechanical system will work all of the time, so it makes sense to the bets do not always work. The losing pattern isBBBBB+ PPP B following the U1,D1, M2 prog you would be -6 units. So the goal is to recover to at LEAST +1 unit ahead of where you were before. This is where I begin to go through the maverick Check List. I look back at the last 7 plays and do the calculations then choose a side. MAVERICK EVALUATION CHECK LIST: (Use after every 7 plays, AND after two losses in a row.)1) What has won the majority of the last 7 plays? RD1 or F Series? (Are there more Blue Dots or Red Dots?)2) Disparity next.3) Opposite of where RD1 says to bet (anti-Rd1)4) Under the last side that won.5) The last side where there was either a 2 or 3 in a row. 6) The side that is favoring either the Red circles (OTB4L) or the blue circles (TB4L) in the last 7 plays.7) Last but NOT least is your SAP Chart.(I feel like I should add a works cited page. At my University we get kicked out for plagiarism. I hope the same rule doesn't exist for BTC )To ensure that you go through the check list the right way it is probably a good idea to do all of the tracking as you sit at the table. This way you will not have to rush to figure it all out. It makes a lot of sense to do this since most of the time you will be sitting there waiting for that streak with nothing better to do. I go into RD1 if there are a lot of streaky events. But I tend to go into F3 at the start than I will go into F2 if the recovery process is taking a long time. I have found that going into F3 usually produces a win fast.Here is an exampleBBBBP Bet BP Bet BP Bet PB now I follow the last side that had 3 which was PP Win and keep betting until at least 1 unit ahead. So bet for P againP WinBut I also consider all of the requirements in the check list. More requirements will come into play as the recovery takes longer and more 2's shoe up. but F2/F3 are major players in the recovery phase. I like to start in F3. If i get a loss after the First F3 play then I will begin to check to see what to do based on the list. The SAP Chart: I have not tried this, but I think it may also help if we use a sap chart to track the amount of 3's and 4's. I would keep a sap chart no matter what to help indicate if the bet makes sense. Progression:U1, D1, M2. I find that this progression works bets with the system because it is in your best interest recover fast before the next trigger. When applying Maverick you can recover within a few amount of bets. Stop loss: Up to you. you need to give the progression time to work. I have a early shoe stop loss set up at -30 and mid shoe stop loss at -20 and an end shoe stop loss at -15. If I get to +4 then I don't bet the last 10 decisions of the shoe. Maverick needs time to work. so if you hit that ugly 3 then you will not have time to recover. If I am at +3 then I also consider an exit. My largest drawdown in 50 shoes was -20 and I came back to win at +4.What I like about this system is that it is not solely a trigger based system and it can adapt to the results. It is a bit of a mix of triggers and Maverick and I find it hard to lose with it. This system is probably not stronger than Maverick but I find it to be very simple.I added an example shoe. I did not keep track of the Maverick stuff as I played only because I knew the outcome of the shoe before I played it. And I was not sure how to do the tracking in a word document. I played it more mechanical than I normally would. After losing the first 3 bets I went into F3. If I lost the First F3 bet I would take a look at the check list. This shoe shows how well the maverick system works with the recovery part of the capping system. I ended up having to evaluate the check list (mentally) once and I knew where to go and I came back fast. Without maverick this would have been a losing shoe.Update:I added 1 example shoe so far. This is what I consider a hard shoe.Playing with the AD/OTB4L System:I am up to 81 wins in a row. I did something different the last 10 shoes. Instead of using Maverick as the recovery, I used AD. Ad worked great, especially combined with the SAP Counts. Here is how I played it..very simple.i think it is best if I split the system into 2 modes there is the trigger mode and AD Mode.Trigger Mode: 3 bets. 1) Opposite Last -- PPP B P +12) Opposite Last -- PPP BB P +13) Follow Last -- PPP BBBB +/- 0If you win any one of the 3 then stop and wait for a new trigger. If you lose the bet then go into AD Mode.And AD Mode is the AD system. Very simple. I play U1, D1, M2, Play until you are at least 1 unit ahead. Sometimes you will be ahead moreWhen you get to +3 or +4 look to get out with 10-12 decisions to go - FOLLOW THIS RULE if you try this system.In a good shoe you can easily make 5-10 units. Sometimes a bad shoe can produce a high unit win because of the way the progression works. The example shoes do not use this method. This is the one that I am currently trying now.--------------------------------------I used PapaJoe's +9 shoe over on the AD thread to make an example shoe in the paint program. This is using AD as the recovery. At post #18 I used PapaJoe's +9 shoe over on the AD thread to make an example shoe in the paint program. This is using AD as the recovery.shoe.docexample_shoe.doc Edited April 13, 2010 by John12345 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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