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Limbo, higher bet or target?


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If my bankroll is big enough like $1000 and I want a $100 profit, I'll definitely go for low payouts like 1.25x while if my balance is low like 100$ and I want to get to 120 or 150, I'd go for 10x-20x etc. It's up to you to choose your pattern and sometimes combining them also helps.

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Limbo is dedicated for bounty hunting for me and not for utilizing betting strategies where you raise bets. Go for Dice instead if you prefer that payout. The unbounded possibilities beyond 9900x somewhat tells me it would be unwise to play low-medium payouts because their probabilities of occurrence will be reduced. Also, bet higher on low-medium payouts to get the maximum chances of winning. Stop playing timidly since this game offers no haven if you have limited balance.

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On 4/14/2020 at 5:48 PM, Mashfiqun2018 said:

If my bankroll is big enough like $1000 and I want a $100 profit, I'll definitely go for low payouts like 1.25x while if my balance is low like 100$ and I want to get to 120 or 150, I'd go for 10x-20x etc. It's up to you to choose your pattern and sometimes combining them also helps.

I like the way how you want it to go! You seem to know math in this side. The logic is correct- bet bolder if you have low balance to win more and play in slow and timid fashion if you only want a fraction of your bankroll.

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On 4/14/2020 at 2:51 PM, evet said:

I'd like to mix it up doing low bets and hunting higher payouts but then if I dont hit then I'll recover a little bet using low payout with bigger bet amount. Then start hunting again. 

Its good strategy, i'll try this next time. I like hunting big payout but its rare to win and i dont know how to recover my bankroll. 

Thanks for sharing you strategy.

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