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Posted: 8/3/2014 10:08:12 AM

ah another martingale system that went kaboom ....

I read every post about his system ...there was no system you had to wait for Jeff to make the plays for you.

 

Sure enough as always Kaboom one or two 4 game or 5 game chase losses wipe out your whole seasons profits.

A system is when you can use anyteam in that situation and it wins at a high % like 90% of the time every year without fail.

BUT that a limited number of plays for small $10 bettors.

 

Large hitters who can get down in Vegas for $10,000 per game Win a lot of cash.

 

 

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Posted: 8/4/2014 5:57:11 PM
I see your new here. You have no idea what your saying. Your all wrong. 
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#253
Posted: 8/4/2014 7:37:27 PM
chase systems work... until they don't.

maybe flat wagering works best...

you can chase successfully for a year and get wiped out in a week.
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#254
Posted: 8/4/2014 9:01:55 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by sunshine11:

I see your new here. You have no idea what your saying. Your all wrong. 

I don't think he is new, I think this is our old friend Buster. 
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Posted: 8/4/2014 9:02:25 PM
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Posted: 8/4/2014 10:06:11 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by sunshine11:

I see your new here. You have no idea what your saying. Your all wrong. 

I am not new and agree completely with him.  Again you could Labrochure them, but you will lose at least 4 or 5 in a row sometime down the road.  That has happened to a good number of chase's this year. 
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Posted: 8/5/2014 2:04:57 AM
2 main reasons, in my opinion, why people get wiped out from chases..

1: set too high of a starting unit amount
2: play systems with juice

Both the above, combined, spells failure at some stage down the road when their is a downturn.. before the next upswing.

No facts just an opinion..
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Posted: 8/5/2014 1:14:36 PM
Chase systems absolutely can work. There are systems that have been back tested for years which either have one loss or do not have a loss at all. As long as you're willing to put up the juice, you can make a decent amount of coin from it.
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Posted: 8/5/2014 2:39:04 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by robbypark:

Chase systems absolutely can work. There are systems that have been back tested for years which either have one loss or do not have a loss at all. As long as you're willing to put up the juice, you can make a decent amount of coin from it.

It's just data mining.  Again, show me a chase that can win in the future,not the past.  And when the chase loses then someone puts in another rule that will make it win another 10 years in the past. 

You willing to put up the juice.  Wager 20 units to win one in some cases. 

Yeah, that will work out in the long run. 

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Posted: 8/5/2014 2:48:09 PM
I am currently following a variation of 8 systems. 7 of which have made me money. The one that has not I have changed to limit the risk (limits profit as well). I am up around 50units even though 5 systems have had losses (2 just started).

Every MLB season I hope to be +100u. This year will probably fall short of that, but it should be my 7th straight profitable MLB season. All thanks to chase systems.
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Posted: 8/5/2014 5:48:45 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Bart_:

I am currently following a variation of 8 systems. 7 of which have made me money. The one that has not I have changed to limit the risk (limits profit as well). I am up around 50units even though 5 systems have had losses (2 just started).

Every MLB season I hope to be +100u. This year will probably fall short of that, but it should be my 7th straight profitable MLB season. All thanks to chase systems.

Which systems are you using ?
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Posted: 8/6/2014 1:46:13 AM
Hi friends,

Be aware of MLB chase systems. If you are a handicapper, you should be able to indicate whether a team will win within the next 7 games. You shouldn't need a chase system to tell you that.

I know chase systems can seem enticing when you see results like 300-8, but that doesn't indicate units lost. So let's do the math.

Assuming even odds, which never happens, on a 6 game chase:

Each loss costs you: 1U + 2U + 4U + 8U + 16U + 32U = 63U. Multiply by 8, and you have a system that pays 300U-504U. That's a loss of 204U.

There are ways of making chase systems profitable, but as Lippsman said, you cannot do so by dredging through the past.

Enjoy your games.
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#263
Posted: 8/6/2014 9:04:02 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Lippsman:


Which systems are you using ?

Cisco's 3 systems (with mods to the Dogs system)
Jeff's System 1 & GSE (games C to F only) 
Flywareagle's 5 Run Win Chase
CKP's Post All Star (not all teams)
Dan's Post All Star Fade (not all teams)

I am down 1 unit on Cisco's Dog System & down 30 units on Jeff's GSE (I lost that prior to modifying the way I play). 

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Posted: 8/7/2014 11:58:16 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Bart_:


Cisco's 3 systems (with mods to the Dogs system)
Jeff's System 1 & GSE (games C to F only) 
Flywareagle's 5 Run Win Chase
CKP's Post All Star (not all teams)
Dan's Post All Star Fade (not all teams)

I am down 1 unit on Cisco's Dog System & down 30 units on Jeff's GSE (I lost that prior to modifying the way I play). 


What did you modify, not playing until a b or c game ?
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