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Pattern Breaker 2
Jul 09, 08:19 AM 2014
This is a doubledozen strategy.

For dozens there can only be three possible movements:

(1) Repeat
(2) Last dozen hit
(3) New dozen hit

Trigger: wait until one pattern repeats 3 times, then start betting against that particular pattern with a doubledozen progression 1-3-9-27.

so for an example:

dozen 1 repeat 3 times (pattern 1): numbers 3,6,4,9 hits (This is a valid trigger) now start betting dozen 2 & 3.

pattern 2: repeat between two dozens: (dozen 1 & 3): 2,26,7,33,8 hits (This is a valid trigger) now bet dozen 1 & 2 (against a new repeat), next bet would be, if dozen 3 would hit again; dozen 2 & 3, and so on...

pattern 3: new dozen hit, dozen 1,2,3,1,2 hits.(this is a valid trigger) Now bet against a new dozen to hit, in this case the bet would be dozen 1 & 2, if dozen 3 would hit the new bet would be 3 & 2 and so on...


I haven't lost ONE trigger so far playing this, why? It's very unlikley a dozen pattern would repeat more than 7-8 times...
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Re: Pattern Breaker 2
Jul 09, 08:34 AM 2014
Thanks Ignatus,

Just to clarify - on the "repeat doz" pattern, are you waiting for 3 or 4 of same dozen as the trigger to show before betting opposite?
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Re: Pattern Breaker 2
Jul 09, 08:47 AM 2014
Thanks Ignatus,

Just to clarify - on the "repeat doz" pattern, are you waiting for 3 or 4 of same dozen as the trigger to show before betting opposite?
Thanks.

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i wait for 4 hits, since the first hit would not be taken into account:

dozen 1 example- first hit(4) first repeat 8, second repeat 11, third repeat 7.

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Re: Pattern Breaker 2
Jul 09, 08:49 AM 2014
@Ignatus

Thanks for sharing; However as u know a dozen can hit more than
15 times in a row; and if we are betting the other 2 dozens we will go
bust.

Attached is one of the way that I play double dozen with very good results.
You may find the strategy interesting.

 http://www.rouletteforum.net/cgi-bin/forum/Blah.pl?m-1216567314/s-0/

Cheers

Chris

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Re: Pattern Breaker 2
Jul 09, 08:57 AM 2014
@Ignatus

Thanks for sharing; However as u know a dozen can hit more than
15 times in a row; and if we are betting the other 2 dozens we will go
bust.


sad to hear that, i played roulette now for over 5 years and i never saw such a thing. well, i wish i had roulette xtreme so i could really test this strategy see if it true or not. if someone can verify this?
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Re: Pattern Breaker 2
Jul 11, 12:22 AM 2014
I can confirm that I've seen even a double Street repeat more than 10 times in a row. I still remember it was 31-36. I busted that day!

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Re: Pattern Breaker 2
Jul 11, 02:11 AM 2014
ok, but then these are extreme events. i still stand by my statement -It's very unlikley a dozen pattern would repeat more than 7-8 times...
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Re: Pattern Breaker 2
Jul 11, 09:22 AM 2014
I can confirm I tested this sort of system extensively before and it went bust.
I would not touch it again, specially that there are some great systems in the forum
where I'm winning day in, day out.

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Re: Pattern Breaker 2
Jul 11, 09:34 AM 2014
ok
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