The summary charts for the daily play, the second last column is how much was wagered that day and the last column is how much won/ lost that day. All money wagered is real money.

Bet Selection: Terrific Twos
Money Management: Super/ Grand Martingale

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Terrific Twos:
Wait for a trigger of:
2 banker 1 player and bet player


2 player 1 banker and bet banker


use the above bet placement concurrently with the Super/ Grand Martingale Money Management System. And it works like this:

1. first bet is 1 unit. If you win then reset back to 1 unit, or

2. if you lose double your last bet and add a unit.

3. If you win reset and go to step 1, if you lose go back to step 2.

If a person experiences a loss, the units bet for each subsequent hand will be 1, 3, 7, 15, 31, 63, 127…

Make sure your bankroll is the proper size for the level you want to go up to for the Super Martingale based on your unit size.

When a tie occurs, repeat exactly what you did when the tie occurred (same bet location and same size of units bet).

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  1. This was boring and is not the answer, your original player 3 strategy has been proven to work, you got to $55k . The reason it went wrong was discipline , yes you will hit a level 7 loss but on the whole the direction was upwards , but it has to be played correctly…. you went from 20 to 50 to 100 and was shooting for the stars you would have been better playing $20 when $55k up defending your profit . You seemed to have lost your way , this definitely is not the answer.

  2. I'm sure we all love an honest, truthful, and to the point, man! I'm sure many of us would try to skew the numbers some how but not the Dr. Baccologist! 🙂

  3. I do have a question though! On 2021-07-28, it shows $183,004? Was that your balance? I'm not sure what those two dollar columns are pointing out? Can you explain?

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