It's about time someone started an investment company to push a new progression betting scheme. Getting the most knowledgeable people here is certainly the right idea. I am sure other experts here are furious that you didn't consider them.
Now some self-professed superlative genius crashes the scene with an outrageous claim that is designed to create mass hysteria within the ranks of the gambling community. The developer claims he doesn't need the system any longer because he's already reached his limit in winnings but he is not above selling it to the public for a mere $299 per copy. 100% guarantee but with a 30 day expiry! WOW!!
Allow me to hazard a guess. It is some kind of negative progression based upon the hardways bets-purloined from the writings/ramblings of Victor Royer.
In Blackjack, computer simulations are run to determine the player's long term expectation in conjunction with the prevailing rules and conditions. However, no such simulation data is provided in support of these allegations-thereby allowing a serious gap in credibility.
The bottom line is that if you don't have the edge, you won't win. YOU DON'T AND YOU WON'T!
Perhaps instead of spending your time forming management teams, drafting proposals, looking for investors and designing "breakthrough" systems, you should actually be analyzing your system. After all, you wouldn�t need investors if you had a legitimate winning system!
Wasn�t it just two months ago that you were asking us how to analyze a system? Now you�re creating management teams and bringing in investors? This all sounds a bit fishy to me. If you knew that you had a winning system then you wouldn�t need any help from us. Exactly who are you trying to sell your system to?
Go to Patrick's site and commiserate with Frank Stanton. Perhaps he'll share his "break through" with the Flaw, which he touted here ad nauseum. As I recall some years ago, Stanton posted that "finding the Flaw was like losing a piece of wood floating down a stream and then finding that piece of wood the next day on the same stream". A brilliant analysis that any moron would grasp. Delusional comes to mind.
You have found the equivalent of what the bird left on the pump handle.
I'm always analyzing my system in my own non-tech way and I'll continue to do so. Solzhenitsyn in his book (The First Circle) says there is always another inch to go.
Those that have the money usually don't have the ideas and those with the ideas usually don't have the money.
My breakthrough is ligitimate, but it's better to let others say so.
Headings are supposed to be catchy and slso have some relevance to the subject matter.
I haven't sold my system to anyone.
It's a big concept and I've made a million mistakes in handling it.
Bringing others on board will probably correct what I'm weak at.
If any part of it is fishy, they'll be the first to say so. I've been posting here for years and think I have some credibility.
I expect skepticism, but hope the postings don't meander off in all directions and lose sight of the original post.
After much debate and deliberation, the board of trustees has decided that "Of course I bet against the Harlem Globetrotters. The Generals were due!" will, in fact, be the Progression Team's official mission statement.
Other finalists include:
"Extended warranty? How can I lose!"
"No whammies, no whammies!"
and, of course, Titaniumman's "Damn the mathematics, onward ho!"
Sincere thanks to everyone for their invaluable suggestions. By the way, does anyone know how to wire money to Nigeria? I've been presented with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help out someone who is "in the clutches of his government" and has generously offered me US$4 MILION [sic] if I would just send him the $2000 wealth transfer fee.