One other thing that will likely never happen is heads, tails, heads, tails, heads, tails, it usually comes up heads multiple times and/or tails multiple times, making winning streaks (as well as losing streaks) more common than most think possible.
So if you are playing for the winning streak increase your bet when you win, and decrease or keep your bet the same when you lose.
If you are playing a bet that is close to 50% chance to win (i.e. odd/even or red/black in roulette, or pass line or don’t pass line in craps) then increasing your bet every time you win is a good strategy, because consecutive wins in a row are more likely than with a bet that has only 2% chance of winning.
On a bet like this your progression might be $5, then $10, then $15, then $25, keep increasing it as you continue to win, if you catch 5 or 6 in a row you will win a significant amount of money, and those 5 or 6 wins in a row do come!
However on the bet that only has a 2% chance of winning (i.e. one number straight up in roulette), a winning streak would probably not be consecutive, it could happen, but EXTREMELY UNLIKELY, it would be more along the lines of hitting that number twice in 10 spins or 3 times in 20 spins, so your progression might be $1, if it wins then bet $2 for the next 10 spins, if it hits again, then bet $3 for the next 10 spins, I would keep doing this as long as it kept coming up, but if after 10 spins it does not come up then revert back to your original bet, you will still have a net gain.
This is why knowing the odds to win a bet and the house percentages are so important to you. It helps you determine what bets to make and what progression to use.
Know your play. Know your way.
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