American/European Roulette (pick 1)
Bot should use the martingale system by betting on opposite colors.
This is how the bot should bet
$1 on red (if wins stop and restart opposite colour $1 black) if loses = $2 on black wins?(stop and start red $1)
If $2 on black loses - $4 on red wins?(stop and start opposite colour which is black $1)
If $4 on red loses then full wagered amount which is 1+2+4=$7 + add 1 dollar = $8)
so bet $8 on black
And so on..
And so on..
bot must always make the full wagered amount back + an extra dollar everytime it hits the colour
bot must have a box so i can enter how many losing hands in a row before it stops
If its not too hard i would also like 2 options, one to stop and ask before continuing, another to restart to 1 unit after a maximum number of losing hands is reached.
bot must ask starting account balance, ending account balance (for example i enter starting account $300 ending $600)
bot must stop after ending account balance is made / or have an option of stopping after an amount of time (example 2-3 hours etc)
would like the bot to work on 2 similar casinos
The Martingale System
The Martingale system is a very old and extremely simple system. It is based on the probability of losing infinite times in a row and is usually applied to 'even money' bets.
You start with one bet. If you win, you start again with one bet. If you lose, you double your bet. Each time you lose, you double your last lost bet. Eventually you are bound to win. When you win you would recover all your lost bets plus one unit (or chip) profit against your initial wager.
Although infallible in theory, the Martingale system requires a large bankroll, has a very low return and is a very risky one because of the maximum bet limits imposed by the casinos. If you run out of money or reach the house limit, you can lose a lot with no chance to recover your losses.
If all goes well i will be coming back for updates (more casinos, different play style, a blackjack bot etc)
I will talk more about this project with the winning bidder.
thanks for reading.