Discussion in 'RuneScape 2007 General' started by Gold247, Apr 11, 2017.
This is the accurate answer. /thread
Someone care to explain the way mid level staking works?
The DNT king speaks heresy!!! This is the printer of all. The hasta swing 4000. The one who hast never lost!
All seriousness though. Definitely keep going, you're bound to profit more with that luck.
Update: At like 20k$ now, guess I am a born winner so far, but have been banned once, Rip 3B
stop before your a born loser. the shit rng will come back and rip your ass
I was considering making one but I feel as if the lows are too low for me personally I like 1.2x or more, but well done never the less, nice to see it worked out for you <3
Math Behind why I like 1.2x
do 10 stakes
I win 12 out of 10
So if we consider in advantage terms you get a 20% advantage compared to a 10%.
But saying that I don't max main.
born winner , dont stop
Need a crazy amount of backing capital (much more than 10B) and the amount of competition these days doesn't make it worth it imo
You can't score without goals.
bump pls and thank you
I was feeling nostalgic this morning so I decided to read through this thread again. I'd like to do some math.
In 2016 I 1.1x'd for approximately 156 days, while I staked for less than 5 hours of many of these "days", I will still use an average figure of 12 hours per day for the sake of it. (There were some 24 hour days in there of course)
156*12 = 1,872 hours
Now let's say I made $100,000 from 1.1x in this time, despite the actual number being measurably higher.
$100,000 / 1,872 hours = ~ $53.42 / hour
So as you can see, even if we overcompensate the number of hours worked and undercompensate the total amount of money made, 1.1x'ing still averaged out to earn about $53.42/hour. I'm not sure what country you're from, but I'm pretty sure that this is much higher than a minimum wage figure.
After some additional research I discovered that this $53.42/hr estimated earnings is actually very comparable with many jobs that require advanced levels of experience and degrees such as: Lawyers, Pharmacists, Engineers, Actuaries, and Software Developers.
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ABM so good at staking that he can win 12, just out of 10.
Don't say 1.1xing is $54/hr because that's what it came out to be only for you lol. I'm 100% sure people still get cleaned, 1.1xing surely does not become $54/hr for everyone that tries it.
I didn't make $54/hour, I made $80-$90/hour. This estimate is very fair.
Of course people get "cleaned" from 1.1x'ing, ever heard of rebuying gold? Even the richest stakers have their bad days. It still averages out.
1.1x'ing doesn't net $54/hr for everyone. Some people just don't have a brain and can't roll with the punches, with any method that has some form of luck/chance involved there is going to be variance.
However, I will say that most if not all of the 1.1x stakers I've come into contact with made at least $75,000 from 1.1x in 2016. Unfortunately, lots of these people also have max-maining and btc rolling addictions, so they don't have the full amount to show for it, but the fact of the matter is that the 1.1x'ing itself did net them roughly that much money per hour/year. For some it may have been $30/hour, and others may have seen as high as $100/hour.
Even if the figure lies around $30-$40/hour for some, that's still incredible for a "job" that doesn't have any educational requirements whatsoever, you could literally watch netflix and eat pizza at "work" everyday.
Obviously, some people made more/less than I did, but I still stand by my point that 1.1x'ing was far better than a minimum wage job for 95-99.9% of stakers with half of a brain.
Mid level staking is the best. I run approximately 8-10 accounts in almost every combat level area. I camp a minimum of 55% odds and even sometimes force whales to 60% odds. Doing this with 1-3 accounts is not even worth the time. You need atleast 10 accounts because of the competition. I personally love med-level staking. I personally thought about putting my profits on a 1.1xer and test my luck. But i'm still far more comfortable with 55-60% odds.
If my calculations are right investing in dogecoin will make u more then 54$/hr if u look @ the long potential in a year.
heyu how much richer are u now.
I'll drop my 2c as a low/mid stakes mid-level staker.
I definitely agree with what others are saying and to avoid full time 1.1x-ing and to invest in mid-levels. My lifetime average EV over 6500+ tracked stakes was 13.48%, 15.01% with all <10m pots purged.
There's been plenty of math/stats analysis into risk management/bank-roll management and such, for example the Kelly Criterion roughly states that to avoid critical losses, the %BR wagered should never be higher than the %EV.
Practically, this means that in a 1.1x scenario: win% 97/97/99/99 vs max - 49.5win%, 1.1x 5% EV = 4% EV assuming perfect play from both sides.
To call a 1000M v 1100M stake, you need a 25000M bankroll.
There is a lot of money to be made with 1.1xing, and the ones who'll earn it will deserve it.
Either way, anyone that wants to get into 1.1xing should start at lower stakes anyways.
I personally made ~20USD/hr running 5 accounts, lifetime 4000M profit. Very little, but lost motivation after reaching my initial goals of tracking 5000 stakes and holding max cash. Also had certain issues with my NMZ trainer leading to loss of accounts.
I cant stake, I don't wanna lose $. I staked twice and my second stake wsa to get back the first one in which I lost 100k mage boxing
1.1 is worth it if YOU are the one with the xing account and you're doing multiple stakes. I've never understood why people willingly stake these people, but their loss is your gain. If you're only doing a couple stakes at a time, it's not worth it, but sessions over time are.
imo if you have one yes do it but dont ever stake against them if you're maxed
Wow thats insane to lose 40k in a day