Trade the EA the way they designed and tested it for. The key area you are leaving out of your analysis is that lets say you take a big hit next week, then you will take much much much much longer to get close to recovering. Why? Because after you lost a chunk of your account you will now have to trade at much lower lot sizes. This mean that your hill get steeper. Or you will have to double your original lots side with a much smaller account balance. This mean that you are facing a dead end.
Hi, yes agreed. But the way it is designed, is flawed as there is no escape plan from the reverse trade (outside of blowing the entire account). And yes this has been forward tested for a decade now, but there was a reverse trade that took 6 days to recover. Honestly at that point you have no control anymore over what will happen. They dodged a bullet there, because if it would have blown, this account would have been wiped out.
Therefore the alternative; don't enter the reverse trade, take the 90 pip loss and continue on, hoping that on average you have more wins than losses.