How does the Hollandish Strategy Work?
Unlike the D’Alembert strategy, which has a storied history involving professional mathematicians and physicists, the Hollandish system is just something that popped into existence one day. Have a look for yourself. The history of the Hollandish has been moth-eaten and dog-eared by time. Of course, all the details of how to implement it into a roulette game remain so there’s still plenty to talk about.
Let’s answer the questions we’ve probably already placed in your head, namely, ‘what is a negative progression?’ In this case, a negative progression means that you increase your state on a loss and lower it on a win. While this might sound a little counter-intuitive, the objective is to win back losses with increasingly higher bets. Of course, there are disadvantages to this approach that we’ll cover later.