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Roulettefocused => Professional Systems & Advice => Topic started by: RP501 on Oct 08, 05:21 PM 2018

Can these Betting Statistics & Strategy be Profitable in the LongTerm?
Win: 32.4%
BreakEVEN: 37.8%
Lose: 29.7%
Win Bet Odds: 12 (.501) 21.6% of the time.
Win Bet Odds: 32 (1.501) 10.8% of the time.
Very Mild Simple Progression: Keep adding 1 Unit during losing periods, until a new high Balance hits, then Reset.
This includes the single Zero on European Wheel.
This is JUST a Theory  Being the Progression allows Winning Bet amounts to be more than Losing Bets, thus eventually allowing you to recover overall Losses (very long grinding sessions possible). Of course, this applies ONLY if there are NO Table Limits. And I already know any Progression is prone to hit Limits, which is why Roulette can't be beat LongTerm. As mentioned, this is just a Theory for NO Table Limits. ;)

Win Bet Odds: 12 (.501) 21.6% of the time.
Win Bet Odds: 32 (1.501) 10.8% of the time.
... So that would be an average of 83% Profit per Win (.831 Odds) 💰

To add one unit every spin, I think it's called Fitzroy or Pluscoup, something like that.
Explain your numbers, though: what to they represent?

To add one unit every spin, I think it's called Fitzroy or Pluscoup, something like that.
Explain your numbers, though: what to they represent?
Thanks for the names of the progression methods of adding 1 Unit per spin, until Balance hits new high.
Those numbers relates to just 2 combination bets, that's why there is 37.8% BreakEVEN. I don't really want to giveaway the actual Method, but it takes advantage of the uneven RB on the 2 Columns. But anyone who is Roulette savvy can figure it out, based on the Odds & Percentages I've posted. ;)

Ok'
How many trials did you do to get to these percentages?
How high a progression did you reach and how many spins between 2 new highs?

How many trials did you do to get to these percentages?
How high a progression did you reach and how many spins between 2 new highs?
Sorry, I wasn't exactly clear on what those numbers represented. They are based on what the 2 Bets would generate in relation to the Roulette Table.
For example  If I were to bet 1Unit on the 1st Column & the 1st Dozen together, the Statistics would be:
(European single Zero)
Win: 54.0%
Lose: 45.9%
Win Bet Odds: 12 (.501) 43.2% of the time.
Win Bet Odds: 21, 10.8% of the time.
Average Odds: 45 (.801) 80%
Although I don't think betting Fitzroy or Pluscoup would work on this particular ColumnDozen combo.
I've just begun to work my Method, and have only done around couple 1,000 spins with online RNG Roulette. Unfortunately, I don't have the skills to test with those System Testers. And I don't want to divulge my System by letting someone test it. I guess I'll just need to keep playing it with RNG Roulette, even though the consensuses (belief) is that it CANNOT be beaten in the longterm. I heard 50,000 spins should be sufficient.
So far my version of the Fitzroy progression has been able to recoup an average negative 8,000 Units (1cent) drawdowns, within approximately 400600 spins. Very long grinding sessions, 12+ hours!