Martingal Theory - Again
So as some of the older members may remember I had a debate over the Martingale Theory in roulette.
So my experience this time around is very much the same as the last.
I deposited £10 and proceeded making 5p bets on 2/1 odds (red, black, odd, even, 1-18, 19-36) doubling my stake when I lost and resetting to 5p when I won.
After a couple of hours i'd racked up a balance of £230 which wasn't a bad return from my £10.
After much deliberation I decided to withdraw £200 and continue with my £30 of which I then lost.
The problem with the theory is that it requires you to risk ridiculously large amounts of money to win very small amounts (albeit lots of them).
So I question if I had left my £200 in their along with the £30 could I have continued to rack up my bank balance?
I don't know and i'm not particularly fussed, I put in £10 and banked £200.
Your thoughts? . . . .
**My personal disclaimer - if you do read up on this theory and decide to go for it I would advise against it as it's something I've found that gives you false confidence and the feeling that you can't lose however if you do decide to do it then only invest a sum of money you can afford to lose, know when enough is enough and cash in while your on top!
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