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Discovered this a while ago, and wanted to share before I forgot about it.

Sure that most experienced players have seen this before but I want document this here for my own benefit
and to help new players.

Consider that each of the numbers on the table can be reduced to a single digit
number (what I call "Root Sum") as follows:

RS   Numbers
1   1,10,19,28
2   2,11,20,29
3   3,12,21,30

4   4,13,22,31
5   5,14,23,32
6   6,15,24,33

7   7,16,25,34
8   8,17,26,35
9   9,18,27,36

Incidentally, for new players, this is how to know whether a number is red or black without looking at it
Even Root sums 2,4,6,8 are Black
Odd  Root sums 3,5,7,9 are Red
Root Sum 1 alternates Red,Black,Red,Black

Each Root sum has 4 numbers, and each of these 4 numbers exist in a different Quad on the table layout (1-9,10-18,19-27,28-36)

However, there are 3 dozens and 4 quads on the layout, therefore these quads and dozens overlap.

Dozen 1 ( 1-12) has 6 numbers with RS of 1,2,3 (1,2,3    & 10,11,12) and 6 Numbers with RS 4,5,6,7,8,9

Dozen 2 (13-24) has 6 numbers with RS of 4,5,6 (13,14,15 & 22,23,24) and 6 Numbers with RS 1,2,3,7,8,9

Dozen 3 (25-36) has 6 numbers with RS of 7,8,9 (25,26,27 & 34,35,36) and 6 Numbers with RS 1,2,3,4,5,6

Therefore each dozen, has a set of 3 Root Sums which cover half of the numbers within that dozen.

How could we take advantage of this ?

My first thought would be to use Priyanka's Random Thoughts

by creating a pseudo dozens (RS 123, RS 456, RS 789) vs the actual dozens (1-12, 13-24,25-36).

and matching the defining dozens psuedo vs actual.

This could be played with Street Bets

Any other idea's from anyone ?

Hi Everyone,

When you look at this page of spielbank weisbaden says they have french roulette

and, if you click "table games" it also lists american roulette.

when I look at the spielbank weisbaden archives it looks like all tables are french roulette because I do NOT see any double zero ( 00 ) spins.

If weisbaden does indeed have both types of wheel, can someone please tell me which tables are french and which are american.

Thank You

I sent a ticket to uxsoftware to answer this.

While I wait for a response, has anyone else ran into this problem (and possibly found a solution).

With the following RX code

   Track last Horizontal Split for 12 spins to Record "PrevSpins" layout

I receive these results for the following winning numbers
Number 1    Split(1-2)
Number 3    Split(2-3)
Number 8    Split(7-8)
Number 10  Split(10-11)
and so on

The results I would like to receive are
Number 1    Split(1-4)
Number 3    Split(3-6)
Number 8    Split(8-11)
Number 10  Split(7-10)
an so on

It seems Vertical Splits are the default, even though I coded for a Horizontal Split.

Humor / Genie
« on: Jan 07, 10:25 PM 2013 »
A modern day cowboy has spent many days crossing the Canadian prairies without water.

His horse has already died of thirst.  He's crawling along the dusty ground, certain that he has breathed his last  breath, when all of a sudden he sees an object sticking out of the ground  several yards ahead of him.

He crawls to the object, pulls it out of the ground and discovers what looks to be an old briefcase.

He opens it and out pops a genie. But this is no ordinary genie.

She is wearing a Revenue Canada ID badge and a dull grey dress.

There's a calculator in her pocketbook. She has a pencil tucked behind one ear. 'Well, cowboy,' says the genie..You know how I work....You have three wishes.'

'I'm not falling for this.' said the cowboy... 'I'm not going to trust a  Revenue Canada genie.'

'What do you have to lose? You've got no transportation and it looks like
you're a goner anyway!'

The cowboy thinks about this for a minute and decides that the genie is right.
'OK!, I wish I were along-side a lush spring with plenty of food and drink.'


The cowboy finds himself beside the most beautiful spring he has ever seen
And he is surrounded with jugs of wine and platters of delicacies.

'OK, cowpoke, what's your second wish.'

'My second wish is that I was rich beyond my wildest dreams.'

** *POOF***

The cowboy finds himself surrounded by treasure chests filled with rare
gold coins and precious gems.

'OK, cowpuncher, you have just one more wish. Better make it a good one!'

After thinking for a few minutes, the cowboy says... 'I wish that no
matter where I go, beautiful women will want and need me.'


He was turned into a tampon.

Moral of the story:

If the government offers to help you, there's going to be a string attached

Main Roulette Board / Can you identify this system / method
« on: Jul 17, 10:59 AM 2012 »
Has anyone ever seen this system.

Can anyone name and/or describe the rules for the system/method below.

I watched someone playing this way at the local casino in 1999 (yes 13 years ago) and took the following notes.
After running the numbers I cannot see how it would be profitable since he was covering every possible number.
Presumably the player was trying to win 1 chip per spin.

This was on a Single 0 Roulette Wheel, thus only losing half your even chance bets if the 0 won.

The player would be seems to be using method A or B for each spin.
Whatever number won on the last spin, would determine where the player would place his biggest bet for the next spin.
If a High number won, he would play Method A for the next spin.
if a Low number won, he would play Method B for the next spin

I do not remember what the player did when the green zero won.

I do not know how the player determined the chip progression for the double streets, or for the High/Low.

Bet Method A

1 chip on 0
4 to 6 chips on double street 1-6
4 to 6 chips on double street 7-12
4 to 6 chips on double street 13-18
6 to 20 chips on High (19-36)

Bet Method B

1 chip on 0
4 to 6 chips on double street 19-24
4 to 6 chips on double street 25-30
4 to 6 chips on double street 31-36
6 to 20 chips on Low (1-18)

This is all my notes say, hopefully it gives you enough information for something you recognize.

Thank you in advance from Canada !

p.s. Just made this same post at vlsroulette, and thought I would post it on this forum also.

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