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The capital on Manrique's Strategy
August 17, 2008, 08:09:18 PM
Manrique's Capital strategy advice is to have at least 4000 units as bankroll (minimum value chips are not recomended).

Then this will be organized as teams of 200 units that will make 20 teams and we will never take with us more than the amount of 1 team in a gaming day.

The goal for each day will be only the 1% of the total amount we have as global bankroll.

Then for 4000 chips as total, the goal for a single day will be 40 units...

Each day after getting the 1% and using a extra if we get one (because we never limit winings)

The player must leave... and never lose the 1% on that day once he alredy won it.

We will continue with more about the capital.
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Re: The capital on Manrique's Strategy
August 18, 2008, 10:54:17 AM
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We will continue with more about the capital.

Excellent! Looking forward to that dear swarm  :)

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Re: The capital on Manrique's Strategy
August 19, 2008, 05:01:28 AM
Manrique's Erosion

This is a savings move....

Each session before start player take 2% out from the capital for that day and will save it on home this will become the erosion team.

Then if you was going to take 200 units you will only take 196.

This have memory if you won the session, then you take 192 units, and if you won the 1% then next session you will face it with 188 , and if you win again the next will be face with 184 units and we keep taking away units from that team each day as long as we continue with winnings.

This will prevent the total lose of the team of 200 if winning chain broke.You will play normal like you really have 200 units but in case things go wrong you can not lose the 200 because erosion hold units on home and also golden rule protect the chips you was on positive that day.

If you lose a team , the chips on hold in erosion team will continue there and you will add more when erosion start on next team.


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Basic Turtle
August 31, 2008, 03:29:12 PM
Manrique's Turtle :

Each time on a session when you are losing the 50% of the amount that you originally take that day, low down the chips value to the half.

Then if you take 200 and you was 100 chips down , you will get 200 again but half of the original value.

And you can make attemps to get back the chips you was down, maybe you will get back all , maybe you win only to cut your loses a bit, or maybe things will go worst but if that happend it will take you betting less than before, leaving will be a good option too if this last happend.

Cheers.



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manrique vessels
September 15, 2008, 05:05:04 AM
Manrique's linked vessels

Each day that we lose a session we will take the total amount of lose from that day and we dilute that between the 19 other teams that we have home.

Then example:

We have 200 chips , and for some reason this ones are gone.

When we get home , we will take 10 chips from each one of the 19 teams of 200 chips we still have , and we make a 190 chips team.

Then again we have 20 teams , but with 190 chips each.

Another example:

I take 200 today , but I lose 40 chips.

I still have 160 , but now I have a total of 3960 chips only at home , so I will make 20 teams with that again, then I will dilute that 40 chips between all the teams and I will get back again 20 teams but 198 chips each.

So each time we lose something one day we dilute that loses and we face against the casino with 20 teams no matter what it is truth teams of less value each time we dilute but 20 teams at the end.

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Re: The capital on Manrique's Strategy
September 15, 2008, 10:13:16 AM
Thank you Swarm. This is what we need the most. Roulette-related posts that are useful and make us think about the best strategy to apply.

Thank you very much once again and looking forward for more of this gems.

Your friend,
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Re: manrique vessels
October 08, 2008, 03:42:52 AM
Vegetative growth of Manrique's linked vessels

The target every day is the 1% of the total as we see before, this is the 20% of the team for that day , for any inteligent person this is a very ambitious target but for the 99% of the people who go to the casinos this is not sufficient thats why they rather to lose it all. Paradox of perfect loser phase 1.

Manrique.

Each time we won 5 , 1% of the total that we have , we will make another team insted having 20 teams of  210 chips , we will have 21 teams.

Then when linked vessels start to run after a lose session, this ones will work with 21 teams to dilute the loses or more if we have more.

So once we reach another team we will keep that amount of teams......

This is call Manrique's Vegetative growth of linked vessels or Malthusian trick of the Master.   
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Re: The capital on Manrique's Strategy
November 03, 2008, 07:57:16 AM
Truly awesome advice!!

This is just the kind of thing I have been looking for.

THANKYOU Manrique and Swarm :D


 

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