How To Use PROJECT 202 For Each Game
In this section I will show you how to apply PROJECT 202 to different gamesю With recommendations for capital size and procedures which will make the overall use of PROJECT 202 easy.
We will first begin with the Rating One games...CRAPS, BLACKJACK and BACCARAT.
When you first open LIVE Dealer casino, have in your mind the size of the bets you will begin with. This will be determined by the amount of capital you will have at your disposal. Capital requirements for Rating One games do not have to be as high as other games. But, I do suggest a base bet of at least $5. And $10 is even better. It is much easier to figure percentages with these amounts. But I do not suggest you use the $5 bet and go any lower or higher than one dollar either way. A $5 bet may go to $6, or down to $ 4 . . . but do not increase by 50¢ (see TABLE A-2, Rating One increases and decreases).
When you must go up or down simply substitute 20% in the early part for the 5% and 10% increases in Table A-2. Also, in Table A-2, there is a 5% increase in the 6% to 10% range. This would not be acceptable for even a $10 bet. So just raise it to 10% when you are using amounts under $20. You will increase the base wagers any way, as you win more day in and day out. So when your bets are in the $20 to $100 range you can use the exact percentages given. Do not worry about the small differences now.
After each series I suggest you change tables. Not for any reason such as trying to change your luck or anything like that. It will be easier to start your next series. You may look for another table which will make you feel more comfortable, but the best reason is to consult the tables if you need to. And it is always better, to start a new series, as you start a new table. It does not matter what table you play at. Don't waste time looking for anything like so called "hot tables" or "cold tables". It does not matter. Just get your bets fixed in your mind for the next series and find another table.
The exact amount of capital you must have will vary of course, on the starting bets. I would suggest $100 for each one dollar of your starting bet in the first series. So for $10 starting wagers you should have $1000. But let me say this. I have never used more than $150 to $200 when I played PROJECT 202 in the beginning. And so far, even though my bets are much higher now, when I start the first series, I seldom need more the same size capital. So $1000 may be beyond the reach of many, and it may be a larger size capital than will ever be needed. It is a super safe amount of capital. So let's just keep it at that. When you play blackjack, you must have hit and stand rules which you must follow.
There is a chart in the back of the book which will give you the best moves, in handling the different hands you will get. Be sure to double down and split when it is called for. But count each time the dealer deals to you as only ONE decision, even though you may split cards and play two hands.
In Craps, I suggest you play only the Pass Line or the Don't Pass line. They are the best bets on the layout. And do not lay odds behind the line. They will throw off your calculations. Stick to the even money bets at Baccarat only. You can play with the bank or the player.
I keep track of decisions by using chips. Simply keep several one dollar chips, and drop one on a different part on the green in front of you for each 4 or 5 hands. Do it in an unnoticeable manner. Be careful, the casinos are paranoid about Blackjack. So do everything in a casual manner.
Rating Two Games...Roulette etc.
I love to play LIVE Roulette. I do not recommend the other games in this rating, but PROJECT 202 will win at them. The winnings will be at a slower rate 3 though.
When playing Roulette, play only the even bets. It does not matter which ones, either. Keep track of the decisions the same as in rating One games. Use chips to count each 4 or 5 spins.
Once again, when a series has ended, change tables, and start again.
I suggest capital requirements to be about 150 to 1, for a super safe starting capital ($150 for each $1 starting bet).
Follow the same recommendations when starting with $5 or $10 bets, as mentioned in Rating One games.
Rating Three . . . SLOT MACHINES.
I cannot resist playing SLOTs. The money seems to be so consistent. I have spent weeks at major casinos in Las Vegas, and doing nothing but playing SLOTS, and, winning so much the entire vacation was paid for with a good profit besides. I like to play them when I feel like relaxing for awhile and not playing next to crowds of people, like at the other table games, but the Slot Machines can offer a real challenge when it comes to figuring our percentages for wagers. There are many easy ways when it comes to figuring our wagers. I suggest if you do like to play SLOTS, to play the one dollar machines. Now I know many of you think you do not have the capital to do so. But, let me tell you something you may not know. Many casinos payoff much more with the one dollar slots than any other. As a matter of fact, many turn the payoffs way up during the slow periods, like during the middle of the week, almost to the point of not having any mathematical edge at all, just to attract players.
It is so much easier to keep track of your wagers when you start with a one dollar base. But you can play 25¢ slots with much success.
Do this. Play 25¢ machines which accept one to five coins. This way you can raise your bets as needed at the same machine. Or if you cannot find any of those, simply sit near a row of machines which you can play more than one when needed. This way you will still be increasing your action. Keep track of your decisions by coins or by marking them down with a Keno crayon on a piece of paper.
The one dollar slots can be increased when you are next to 25¢ machines. Simply start playing the quarter slots as you play the dollar machines. Or you can play four quarter machines to count as one dollar.
But remember, if you are playing one dollar as your base, and you are playing four machines to add up to this one dollar, then count only once for each dollar you put it, for decisions. So you may pull the handle four times to get a one" dollar total on four 25¢ machines, but only count it as one decision.
Your capital requirements should be 500 to 1...so that would be $500 for a one dollar base bet. Again, this is a super safe requirement.
Rating Four...Pari-Mutuel Racing
There is nothing like being outdoors at the racetrack to make you feel healthy. I play the horses and dogs as much as the other games. I love the track and all it has to offer.
We will cover Harness Racing, Thoroughbred Racing, and Dog Racing.
I will give you a simply method to select your plays for each one. These methods are completely mechanical and do not require you to attend the track to use. They also show a profit on their own (flat bet basis).
We will begin with Dog Racing
I will show you a system which has won for me every time I attend the Dog races over a few days. You can select your plays for the whole night/day, then go home and come back tomorrow to collect.
This method of selection is as follows. Research has shown that inside breakers and outside breakers are at a disadvantage, because they do not as good an opportunity to see the rabbit on the rail. Dogs need a good reason to break fast. The majority of winners come from fast breakers from the inside boxes...3,4 and 5. Consider only those dogs breaking from boxes 3,4,and 5. Select the dog which has the best break position, after you divide his positions into his number of starts. If you have any ties select the dog with the best recent finish, if still tied, select the one with the most number of wins, this year and last combined. YOU WILL BET THIS DOG TO PLACE ONLY! Remember we are looking for the best average breaking position, forget the rest of the race.
The best way to handle Dog Racing, or for that matter, all forms of racing is to make your plays for each racing day. Consider the day’s plays to be the first series duration. This way you do not have to attend each and every race. Most tracks have a 9 or 10 race program. The ten consecutive decisions in Table A-l for racing are just a guide. It is best to use just each day as another series, regardless of the exact number of races (or plays). That way you can adjust your bets as needed up or down according to Table A-2, at the end of each racing day, which would be a series duration.
Use this system for Harness Racing. You can use all sorts of methods for Harness Racing which you can add, subtract, divide and calculate. But, the best system I have ever seen is not even based on the past performances of the horse, at least not totally, but on the selectors for the racing paper.
This system does not work on other forms of racing, but it works perfectly for Harness Racing. I believe it is because those who select for the Daily Racing paper. have more records on their own and therefore have more inside information at hand.
But here it is, and it has worked for me as a perfect companion to PROJECT 202.
Turn to the selection page of the papers handicappers. For each horse which is mentioned to come in first, second, or third, you will give him one point. Forget the consensus. Use only the single selections for each handicapper. Every time the horse is mentioned to come in one, two, or three. You will give him one point. The horse with the most points is the play, providing he is picked by at least one handicapper to come in at least second (first is okay).If you have a tie, you will turn to the horses past performances and select the horse with the most wins for the past two years. If still tied, the most recent win, still tied, the most recent second. If still tied, pass the race.
YOU WILL BET THE HORSE TO PLACE!
The same goes here for your series duration. Use each days plays as one series duration. Then make your adjustments at the end of the day, using Table A-2.
This is the most popular sport in the country. Many would like to be able to visit the track each day, but jobs and daily commitments make that impossible. So You may use this system at OTB or the Race Books as in Nevada. Like the above system, daily attendance for the whole day is not required. This is the best method I have ever seen to use 'with PROJECT 202.
This system requires use of the past performances. After the scratches are known, you will select your plays for sprint races (races under one mile) using these rules...Find the highest speed rating for each horse in either of his last two races...providing they were in a sprint race. Use only the sprint races. Any horse which did not race in a sprint race in either of his last two races can qualify providing he won a sprint race somewhere at sometime in his past. His speed rating for his route races must be no more than 4 points less than the top speed rating. Use only the speed rating, and not the variant.
All horses with a top speed rating of no more than three points under the highest speed rating, will be kept as contenders. You will add points to the contenders in the following manner.
Latest race -------------------- Two
Most Wins, lifetime ------------- One
Most recent win ----------------- One
Most 1st, at first quarter call --- Three
Workout within past 4 days -------- One
The horse (from among the contenders) who has the most points, is the play.
If you have ties, separate by taking the one with the most total money won (lifetime).
YOU WILL PLAY THE SELECTION TO PLACE ONLY!
The same rule applies about the duration of the series. Use each day as a series duration.
For all forms of pari-mutuel racing, you should know that the capital requirements are the same as for Rating One games. About 100 to each $1 base bet. But I would like to suggest you keep you bets higher than $5 or $10 dollars. The cost of attending the races has gone up very high over the last few years. If you cannot afford more now, consider playing OTB if you can',' or if your lucky to live in Las Vegas or Reno, you can play many tracks, with almost no expenses. To attend the track, I would suggest at least $20 bets, even higher if you can.
I know many people like to play Keno. But here is a suggestion when applying PROJECT 202 to Keno. Play only one or two spot tickets. Use Rating Four for your adjustments. And bet in amounts in which you can increase or decrease easily. You will not hit as often as other Rating Four games, but, you will get odds when you do.
All Other Games
Under this heading you can put parlor games or party games.
Also private bets and such. I once bet a writer I could beat him at flipping coins using my system. After nine hours of flipping coins in a hotel room in Vegas, I won over $900 from him starting with just $50.
Any game you can think of that is not covered here, please write me, and I'll see if I can work out a plan for it.
I will now offer you some examples of using PROJECT 202. You will see how simple it is. The whole trick is in the overall procedure.
We will do a Rating One series first.
We will assume the first series has been played and we started with $500 capital. We have lost $75, and this would be a capital decrease of between 11% to 20%. If we had been betting $20 in the first series, our bets for the next series would be 10% higher (see 3rd column from the top, Table A-2) or $22.
Now after the second series, we are behind a total of 30% or $150 of our capital. We go to table A-2 and for a capital decrease of over 20% it recommends your bets to be raised 20%, which in this case is $24. So for the third series, we bet $24 on each decision. We end this series with a slight profit, but we are still down $100 or 20% of our total capital. So according to the rules we must double the requirements in table A-2. We look under CAPITAL DECREASE in the 11% to 20% column, since we are minus 20% from our total starting capital, and we see the percentage -of increase as 10%, but we must double it to 20%.
For the fourth series we win over $150, so we are now in a CAPITAL INCREASE situation, since we have a $50 profit. Now for the next series we look under the CAPITAL INCREASE column, and we look at the 6% to 10% section, since we are now ahead $50 which is 10% of the $500 starting capital. Now we can decrease our bets by 10%, so our bets would now be $18.
Can you now see how you can keep going on forever! You ride the waves back and forth. Always making adjustments according to how the series is concluded. When you do make a profit from a series, YOU MAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO DECREASE YOUR WAGERS SO YOD MAY KEEP SOME OF THESE WINNINGS IN RESERVE. So if things go the other way you will draw on the reserve to cover much of any losses you may have!
PROJECT 202 will surprise you so many times as to how you are able to extract a profit from results you would normally lose at. I will show you how PROJECT 202 can surpass flat bets even when those flat bets show a profit.
Let us say we are attending the races, and we run into the following results from our betting at the end of the day. Remember, using our racing systems we always bet to place. So we will hit more often.
(race)——L 4th———5.00 7th———4.00
2nd————— L 5th———L 8th———L
3rd———$4.00 6th———L 9th———L
At the end of our first day or series duration we are behind $50 on $20 flat bets. We had a total of $180 in bets and we had $130 returned.
Now let us assume we started with $100 capital using PROJECT 202, and we used $10 bets for the first series. We had a loss of $25. This is a percentage loss of over 20% so we look at table A-2 and it tells us to increase our bets one third. We estimate and raise our wagers to $13 for the second series.
1st———L 4th——L 7th——L
2nd———L 5th——4.00 8th——L
3rd——$5.00 6th——6.00 9th——L
With flat $20 bets we are a total of $30 behind for a overall total of $80.
After the second series with PROJECT 202 we are $19.50 behind for an overall total of $44.50 capital decrease. According to Table A-2 we must make a 33% increase on bets so we bet the same as our last series...$14 ($14 this time, since we bet only 30% last time, we will make a slight adjustment so overall the percentage will be the same).
The third series...
1st——4.00 4th——4.00 7th——L
2nd——4.00 5th——L 8th——6.00
3rd——L 6th——L 9th——4.00
At the end of the third series we are $40 ahead in flat bets of $20 each. So overall we are now only $40 behind.
With PROJECT 202 we won a total of $28, and at this point we are $16.50 behind, still in a capital decrease situation and now we are in the fourth series. So we must invoke the double percentage rule.
Checking Table A-2, under Capital DECREASE we are 16.5% behind from our $100 capital. The recommended percentage increase is 20% so we double it to 40%, which means our wagers will be $14 each for the fourth series. This is what happened in the fourth series...
1st——6.00 4th——L 7th——4.00
2nd——4.00 5th——6.00 8th——4.00
3rd——L 6th——4.00 9th——4.00
Now on flat $20 bets we are $140 to the good but we still had a loss of $40 to make up, so we ended the total series with a $100 profit.
With PROJECT 202 we won a total of $98.00. We had a loss of $16.50 to make up so we ended the overall series with a profit of $81.50. So with flat $20 bets we won $100. And with PROJECT 202 we won only $81.50. But wait...LOOK AT WHAT WE JUST DID. WE STARTED PROJECT 202 WITH ONLY $10 BETS...BUT WE STARTED FLAT BETS WITH TWICE AS MUCH...A FULL 100% INCREASE OVER OUR PROJECT 202...THAT'S $20 FLAT BETS. . .REMEMBER!
Also we never made a bet over $14, but yet we made a profit of only 18% or so less than flat bets. HAD WE STARTED PROJECT 202 WITH $15 BETS, WE WOULD HAVE RISKED THE SAME OVERALL AMOUNT AS FLAT BETS OF $20 EACH BUT WE WOULD HAVE WON MORE MONEY!
Now can you see the beauty of PROJECT 202? It will out-perform flat bets. It is safer than flat bets, because you are risking less overall money. In the long run PROJECT 202 will win more money than flat bets, with less capital! THIS IS WHY PROJECT 202 CANNOT LOSE OVER ANY REASONABLE PERIOD OF TIME.
The adjustments you will make along with each series will automatically safeguard your capital.
There are many examples of PROJECT 202 performing miracles with the worst results. But you will see this for yourself as you apply PROJECT 202.