Quizzical1 Posted March 7, 2014 Report Share Posted March 7, 2014 Hi All,THIS IS A WORK-IN-PROGRESS but, please feel free to critique and let me know your thoughts ok? I've been having pretty good luck with using this for about 2 months now and it reduces your "calculations" by roughly 20% or so.Give it a whirl and let me know. In a nutshell:Score card heading: Still PB0123 S (score) We all know what this is correct?If you just keep track of the 4 counts as we always have - which I think is attainable - you can remove the net betting 1 v 1 columns and just bet OPPOSITE the last decision of the count closest to zero (remove the +/- signs) for up to 5 using the same 1234 progression on a loss. Then bet SAME AS on counts that break above 5, flat betting until a loss.For example, for a count like this:Column 0=1, Col 1=-2, Col 2 = 0, Col 3 = 2You would bet the OPPOSITE of what column "2" (O/T) last result just did. So, if last hand was an O (OTB4L) bet next result will be a T (TB4L).Same goes for all other counts:If 0 column has the lowest current value, bet OPPOSITE last decision (if P, bet B; if B, bet P).Repeat for other 3 columns. I've been able to easily perform this at casino speed by cutting out the 1 v 1 columns. You follow the same 123 4 betting prog - writing the bet value in the P/B outcomes.I love the mechanical nature of the 4D, but feel we still need to find that "golden value" of when to switch to SS flat betting (seems to be near the 4 or 5 value) since iar streaks are the Achilles Heel of this method. BUT, if we only need to get to +5.......Ellis to the rescue?........ Quote Regards,Glenn"Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine per cent perspiration...do your homework" Thomas A. Edison Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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