Hey, if multiple Bet Labs systems have different games on the same day that its advisable to play all??... It seems that it may be detrimental due to the fact that one may cancel the other out (W/L) or both end up losing and sabotaging the potential winning percentages of both systems... is it better to just play a single system at a time (if two come up on a day, play the one with the better winning percentage / up more units)... or statistically is it better to play all? Have just encountered quite a few days where one cancels the other out and I feel like I'm not taking true advantage of a great system that's been created.... thoughts?
asked 04 Feb, 15:50
Hey Dubes, ideally, you'll have two or three solid systems and can play games that have multiple matches from those systems.
answered 05 Feb, 08:27
If I have a game with a system for both sides, I usually pass. Unless one system is far better. Its really a matter of feel.
answered 07 Feb, 05:42
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