|Posted: August 13, 2005, 10:59 am - IP Logged|
If you followed the Mint Julep numbers I posted Aug 9 here is how we stand;
I posted 6 original mint julep numbers they were 234 206 347 274 702 362
Good until Sunday eve draw.
Following a money management system like I use ( I am far enough ahead of them, I use 1 unit = $1.00 but if you are just starting the system you should use $0.25= 1 unit of play) Updated to the present time we have invested 48 units @ $0.25 per units =$12.00 we have had 1 box hit for 150 units or $37.50 for a return of $25.50
Now this is the money management system I use: we have 3 draws left; today mid and eve and Sunday eve. That would be 18 plays left. If we stayed at $0.25 it would cost us $4.50 and if we do not have another hit we have a plus $21.00 left for the week. I don't care for the $21!! I am going to raise the wager!!! If you are playing the $0.25 play method play $1.00 box and $0.25 straight on each of the 6 numbers for the three draws left. That is going to cost $7.50 per draw. If we do not hit another winner we have still made about $3.00 for the week!!
We have a couple of Mint Julep's and start again next week.
But we could hit 3 straights and make $675.00!!!
That would be a bucket of Mint Juleps!!!
But play it or not play it is your choice! I don't try to tell you to gamble at all.
But some of you have been asking how I stay ahead of the game. The second most important thing is knowing how to manage you units of play. Of course, you have to hit the number, but I can't tell you how to do that, I don't know.
Please no nasty notes from the math people out there. I know $37.50 on a $0.25 play is not profit. It is $37.25 profit , the ticket cost $0.25.
........ in the long run........