Fibonacci Win/Loss Statistics...
  • According to the 2 most common Fibonacci Percentages (38% & 62%),
    you can expect to :

    Win 38% of the time
    Push/Tie 8% of the time
    Lose 54% of the time

    Win 38% of the time :
    1 Hand = 38%
    2 Hands = 19%
    3 Hands = 09.50%
    4 Hands = 04.75%
    5 Hands = 02.37%
    6 Hands = 01.18%
    7 Hands = 00.59%
    8 Hands = 00.30%
    9 Hands = 00.15%

    Lose 54% of the time :
    1 Hand = 54%
    2 Hands = 27%
    3 Hands = 13.50%
    4 Hands = 06.75%
    5 Hands = 03.37%
    6 Hands = 01.68%
    7 Hands = 00.84%
    8 Hands = 00.42%
    9 Hands = 00.21%
  • Surf;
    I beleive those numbers are correct. I have made statements on this board before about using BS and upping my bet afte losing 3 hands. My latest trip to Tunica reaffrimed this strategy once again. I played at 1 table for 4 hours straight; 6 deck shoe, $10-2500, dealer hit soft 17. I won about the average amount of time (38-42%) but I think the key was that I won the larger bets I placed after losing a few hands. I started at $10 and after 3 hands moved up to $25-75 depending on my overall win/loss ratio. THen if I lost, I moved up again to recover my last hand plus the others. I did have a gut check once when I had $150 out there and had a double down opportunity. It paid off well. I left with $1,100 of their money and played with a total bankroll of $700 before starting out. The key alot of people miss is not outbetting your bankroll and knowing when to quit.
  • I'm familiar with the Fibonocci sequence (1,1,2,3,5,8,13,...).
    Why do you refer to 38% and 62% as Fibonocci percentages?

    Thanks.

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