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38 out of my last 50 shoes had at least 1 5+iar....GO FIGURE


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in the first column...

Hand shuffled ...Live Dealer Online shoes

I got through them OK...But "BLOODY HELL"...What a crazy run of shoes

Some started with 5 or 6iar...then went to perfect OTB4L shoes (one run of 7TT's) or damn near perfect S40

One shoe started like this...

B266132

B26

Strangest run of shoes I've had in a long while...

Go figure

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Very suspicious Oz. Odds are 1 ST 5 and 1 ZZ 5 per shoe normally giving you a ST 5 in the first col about 12 shoes in 50. You are running more than 3 times normal. The random envelope only extends so far. Had the shoes mostly favored streak it wouldn't be so odd. Insufficient shuffling. But OTB4L means they favored random except for the 5s in the first col. That's a little scary.

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Very suspicious Oz. Odds are 1 ST 5 and 1 ZZ 5 per shoe normally giving you a ST 5 in the first col about 12 shoes in 50. You are running more than 3 times normal. The random envelope only extends so far. Had the shoes mostly favored streak it wouldn't be so odd. Insufficient shuffling. But OTB4L means they favored random except for the 5s in the first col. That's a little scary.

I was wondering about that...Every shoe was from the same casino over 4 days.

I got through OK(did quite well in fact) because I started netbetting S40 M1 and OTB4LM2 playing U1D2M2 with a highest bet of 2 (When the high side started to go too high... I would adjust the low side accordingly so my highest bet was still 2)...Runs became my friend...

If either system lost 3iar I would stop betting that system and revert to the 2H loop with the winning system until until either 3 events told me to get back on board or the half decade rule told me to call it quits with my remaining system

It worked a treat with those shoes but I don't know how it would go long term.

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And this is probably an example of why I would vote to keep the stop loss at -8.

(just in case you choose the wrong 4d method to follow.

In the heat of battle its sometimes hard to see that its time to switch before its

too late. (speaking for myself,that is. lol)

no need to let things run out of control.

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And this is probably an example of why I would vote to keep the stop loss at -8.

(just in case you choose the wrong 4d method to follow.

In the heat of battle its sometimes hard to see that its time to switch before its

too late. (speaking for myself,that is. lol)

no need to let things run out of control.

I was using a STOP/LOSS of -5 for most of those shoes but TBH...I went over a couple of times because I was so far ahead and I felt that the show was turning my way...but each time I exceeded my -5 STOP/LOSS...it worked out to my benefit...just lucky I guess

I didn't play a single one of those 50 shoes through to the end...I was very wary and if I thought the shoe may be turning bad...I got the heck out of Dodge

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