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  1. #1
    This is a loion for me to log down a couple of things about my new 1M based system called Gravy Train.

    Do not bother PM'ing me about it, I will not be answering anything about it. Yes, this means all of you illiterate people. .

    That I simply have to write it all down before I forget.


    Given Mendel's Pea experiment:

    We discover that when we combine two conditions, the dominant one is going to take 3 from 4 boxes.

    Assuming that there are 4 possible outcomes of 2 condition evaluation mix; If there is a bias (dominant vs recessive), then a Mendelian inheritance illness is made along with a matrix of choice is made.

    Given a dominant gene versus a recessive gene, if a bet have been set on the resultant offspring; a wager on a dominant outcome will cover 1:1 but the likelihood is a 3:1. Given this to be true, an increase in frequency increases a 2:1 profitability probability asymptotically.

    Based on this concept, trading in the Forex market can be carried out in a likelihood matrix against two conditions, of which a 4 box matrix is going to be the outcome.

    Hence Gravy Train is going to be based on the concept that given two systems that produce a small bias, the matrix of bias yields a 2:1 sustainability forecast matrix.

    Further, since there's a given bias, then a repeated bet for the dominant side is the optimized games theory path. Thus, gambling on the conditional bias of chance can now creates a 1M platform over and over again.

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    I made a mistake. .

    I am not betting on the other hand, I am betting AGAINST the recessive side. It might seem the same at first glance, but it is not.

    A brunette and a blonde. . Anything none blond is a triumph. . I am not betting on a brunette, I am betting on a non-blonde.

    Given 3:1
    Given 3 vs -1
    1:1 across the plank to get payrate. .

    I still get a 2 for expectancy, that is ridiculously large.

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