I spotted an interesting conversation regarding Lieutenant k Quads the other day.
when we have the losing quads that result in the 1pt increasing upto 2.5pts in your experience what % of bank is remaining to carry on with, please?
it depends on what the liability of the losing quad was e.g. say you were doing 1 quad a day and your aim for that quad is £1 if your liability was 14% of your bank you would loses £14 if it lost so your bank would now be £86. Your next aim is 1.5% of the £86 which is £1.29 (I think). REMEMBER EACH QUAD IS SEPARATE and as such should be treated as a stand alone bet e.g. have its own bank. From past results it seems to take about 10 quads max to recover the loss of a losing quad.
So far on here I have posted 579 winning quads & 25 losing quads
So one can in other words expect to encounter 1 losing quad for every 23 played!
yes and with 10 quads to recover a losing quad thats about 13 winners (if you think at 1% thats 13% for every 23 quads)
while its not mega large its a small amount often.
I was using one bank for all 3 quads, and this is incorrect! So I have reworked the data.
Please note that the odds I am using (BSP) can be different from those that the Guru’s record, putting me on a different strategy with respect to the staking plan. This can lead to different results.