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The perfect loser methodology
August 10, 2008, 08:09:33 PM
Hi, I'm the mighty swarm  8)

And I am here to talk about the perfect loser methodology...

What is this?

The perfect loser is a profile that most of the people have inside of them , and it fully help them to lose fortunes in a very short period of time.

Yes is you when you leave on casino losing more than can you afore, it is you when you stay at the table to lose all, it is you using systems that are fool having the fake believing that when you win you will get back all, is you when you belive you can sucefully use numerical patterns, is you when you use negative progressions, is you when you want to win a fortune with just a small bankroll,is you when you win and you dont leave, is you you you..........

And we can work to change all that....

cheers......



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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 10, 2008, 09:18:25 PM
Lord, count me in!!
A pancake is only pretty on one side but a waffle is beautiful on both.

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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 11, 2008, 02:55:09 AM
Hello Swarm my mate. If you are really going to develop what I think you are saying you want to develop, then I offer you a section for being a repository of the basic -and hopefully advanced- teachings of beating this game with the "locations dance" from colors/dozen/lines/corner/street/splits... and splits/street/corner/lines/dozen/colors... ;)

Would you like to have your very own "Swarm's overflow" section to serve as a devoted place for your teachings? I will be more than happy of having the forum honored with a particular space devoted to them for easy reference and finding.

Best regards to you, Fa?llschirm Meister :)

Your friend,
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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 11, 2008, 09:28:52 AM
Hi Victor , first we have too see if people get interest on stop being the perfect loser.

I will be happy to help them to locate on themselfs what they have from that profile and then erase it........

But also is not my teachings , the perfect loser come from Master Manrique starting on year 2004 , and since then i been mastering this.

So it will be a honor to serve comunity sharing this.

Cheers.
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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 11, 2008, 10:21:52 AM
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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 11, 2008, 10:24:15 AM
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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 11, 2008, 10:28:11 AM
Next law

3 .The bad moments , better catch them betting little.
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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 11, 2008, 10:36:50 AM
Next law

4.All of the losing strikes start with the first bad spin


(This can look stupid but think about it)
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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 12, 2008, 01:01:32 AM
NEXT LAW

"5" Once you win something 1 chip or more , THAT BELONG TO YOU , especially if you leave the casino...
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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 12, 2008, 01:57:33 PM
NEXT LAW

"6" there is not a 2 without a 3

So if something happend one time, it can happend again , and if happend 2 times, for sure can happend 3 or more...

Then if you have 20 reds ..... yes red can come again.



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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 12, 2008, 03:09:45 PM
Swarm,
 
"You have to put a limit on losings" Yes true.
 
"and never limit your winnings" Not true.
 
A structured system must minimise losses and there must be a realistic exit strategy for wins,  either based on repeated wins for EC or the optimum level for numbers, so that a number of exceptional wins at the optimum level will more than cancel out the losses.
 
Repeated wins for EC refers to for example if +10 has increased to +13, then back to +10, then down to +7, then back to +10 for the third time, then exit.
 
Mr Chips

Dear Mr chips , if you limit your winnings many times you will miss important and vital winning strikes.

But truth we can not do it without organization... thats why manrique teach that we only try very risky moves to increase the winnings, when we alredy get our goal for that day, and we have some "extra" over that goal.

Then we only use the extra on a very agressive way and we leave on the first losing.

If we won we will have a very importan amount like with 14 chips we will make more than 200 , but if we lose , it was the extra only , we still leave as winners that day.

The perfect loser lose fortunes by doing very risky move when he is losing , we have to reverse that to win fortunes.

Cheers.
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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 12, 2008, 04:06:36 PM
Swarm,
 
I have to tell you, nothing personal, but that is a very amateur way to play roulette.
 
So many times I have seen players get "winning strikes". They think they are on a roll and end up losing what they have won and get their wallet out, with the inevetable result of an eventual 'losing session'.
 
Of course they won't "leave on the first losing". This type of play cannot be based on a structured system, which should produce steady profits over time.
 
Mr Chips

We only leave on first losing when we alredy reach our goal for that day.
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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 12, 2008, 04:11:31 PM

So many times I have seen players get "winning strikes". They think they are on a roll and end up losing what they have won and get their wallet out, with the inevetable result of an eventual 'losing session'.
 

This will never happend to us if we follow all manriques laws.

Once we win 1 chip belong to us Thats Manrique's Golden Rule. chip what we won go to our pocket and we never lose it that day.

And as I said risky moves only when you get extras, then come back to regular strategy.
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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 12, 2008, 04:29:57 PM

So many times I have seen players get "winning strikes". They think they are on a roll and end up losing what they have won and get their wallet out, with the inevetable result of an eventual 'losing session'.
 

You never stay to lose all....... or you will be the perfect loser.

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Re: The perfect loser methodology
August 12, 2008, 08:23:28 PM
Next LAW

"7".- Before you lose all ,you always lose some....

Then soldier that run can be use for another war, then if we take 100 chips that day and we are losing 80, nothing force us to lose the other 20........

This law is very important to reach the PNRM (Point without return of manrique)
 
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