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#### rbayehb

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##### WORST DS COMBO
Aug 18, 11:50 AM 2013
Knowing that you have knowledge of roulette, here in the forum, I venture, to introduce to you a way of playing it, which has produced good results so far.

Bet the group of  Double Streets, immediately  this conditions are met:

1 - They have not appeared at least in 7 spins
2 - That this group wins.

Follow a projection similar to Oscar Grind

For clarity attached excel, where you just have to enter the winning numbers in column A, starting in row 5, I mean from cells A5.

You can change the profit target a the stop-loss, in cells L1 y L2. Also the number of spins without appearing in cells M1.

I appreciate very much if you help me find a stop-loss, so that at the end the result is profit.

Excuse me for my poor English.

Ricardo.

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##### Re: WORST DS COMBO
Aug 18, 12:36 PM 2013
I forgot 3 things:

1 - the progression is constructed by adding 0.2 times the previous bet (rounded to one decimal place) after winning, as long as the times without winning (immediately before the actual winning)  is greater than or equal to 2 and less than 5.

2 - This way to bet roulette has been tested on more than 10,000 spins in several sessions including one of over 4500 continuous spins and several over 1000 spins.

3 - The numbers used in the attached excel was the worst situation found so far.

#### rbayehb

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##### Re: WORST DS COMBO
Aug 18, 01:49 PM 2013
Just one more thing. In order to bet you need at least 3 DS. Less than 3 there are no bet.

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##### Re: WORST DS COMBO
Aug 18, 02:41 PM 2013
Correction to the first point of the  3 things I forgot:

1 - the progression is constructed by adding 0.2 times the previous bet (rounded to one decimal place, minimun value is 1 to ad) after winning, as long as the times without winning (immediately before the actual winning)  is greater than or equal to 2 and less than 5.

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