using a labouchere with the John Morrison NBA system?

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shey11 PM shey11
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Posted: 12/6/2009 2:36:31 PM
Thanks cpk!

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Posted: 12/6/2009 2:50:47 PM

I use something similar as them... the beauty of this kind of MM over martingale ... It allows you to run alot more systems/picks.

Martingale short term returns are much higher... but if you use labourchere with a higher volume of picks over time you will generate more profits than martingale when the losses come.

you just have to figure out how to best deal with losses in chase systems so they don't damage your BR. The losses will ALWAYS come so prepare for them.

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Posted: 12/6/2009 6:07:42 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by UKlad:

I have a question for those using the LAB.

with JM's system plays, are you buying the 3 points in the labouchere and adding the extra juice on the end of line if u lose a game? or not bothering to and sticking to lines created by books keeping juice low?

Thanks.

I do not buy points, but instead, I start out with four lines.  When an A or B loses, I will distribute the losses and any juice across all four lines.  The difference is when an A or B loses, I will add the losses to the last number (increasing that number) in each line.  On a C loss only, will I distribute and add an additional entry to the end of each line.

This way, my lines do not grow with each game loss, but only with each series loss. 

For example,

Line A= 10-8-20-4
Line B= 7-20
Line C=10-10-5
Line D=9-9-10-7-12

Assume I am playing a game B bet on line D to win $21.  The juice is only $2.  So if I lose this bet, I will distribute $23 across the four lines and add to the last number in each.

My lines will look like this:

Line A= 10-8-20-10
Line B= 7-26
Line C=10-10-11
Line D=9-9-10-7-17

However, had this been a C game, that lost, my lines would look like this, reuiring an extra few series wins to clear all my lines:

Line A= 10-8-20-4-6
Line B= 7-20-6
Line C=10-10-5-6
Line D=9-9-10-7-12-5


Once all lines are clear, start over incrementing your lines by about 15-20%.

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Posted: 7/26/2013 5:17:37 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by usakangy:


I do not buy points, but instead, I start out with four lines.  When an A or B loses, I will distribute the losses and any juice across all four lines.  The difference is when an A or B loses, I will add the losses to the last number (increasing that number) in each line.  On a C loss only, will I distribute and add an additional entry to the end of each line.

This way, my lines do not grow with each game loss, but only with each series loss. 

For example,

Line A= 10-8-20-4
Line B= 7-20
Line C=10-10-5
Line D=9-9-10-7-12

Assume I am playing a game B bet on line D to win $21.  The juice is only $2.  So if I lose this bet, I will distribute $23 across the four lines and add to the last number in each.

My lines will look like this:

Line A= 10-8-20-10
Line B= 7-26
Line C=10-10-11
Line D=9-9-10-7-17

However, had this been a C game, that lost, my lines would look like this, reuiring an extra few series wins to clear all my lines:

Line A= 10-8-20-4-6
Line B= 7-20-6
Line C=10-10-5-6
Line D=9-9-10-7-12-5


Once all lines are clear, start over incrementing your lines by about 15-20%.


nice!
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Posted: 7/27/2013 3:17:41 AM
Just out of curiosity why would you play a B bet game on line D?
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Posted: 7/27/2013 3:38:12 PM
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Originally Posted by chound:

Just out of curiosity why would you play a B bet game on line D?

 

Just out of curiosity, why would you ask a question about a post that was made 3 1/2 years ago? LOL!

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Posted: 7/27/2013 9:53:10 PM
The same reason you'd ask me that question? Lmao
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Posted: 7/28/2013 12:51:24 AM
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Originally Posted by chound:

The same reason you'd ask me that question? Lmao

Yeah, that makes a lot of sense.  NOT!

 

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