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JimmieB

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What Works for You?
Jul 11, 05:11 PM 2014
All,

Having been a member of the forum for almost 6 months, and pretty new to roulette prior to joining, I've picked up some great info & systems, thanks to all.

So far, from what I've read, it's best to have several systems in your armoury, look to win a few units for each of them, call it a day, and return for another fight, the good old hit and run....

There will be losses along the way, however, with good money management, accepting the losses, patience, and not being greedy, should be enough to come out on top.

What are the systems you use which work for you, I like the various variations of the matrix types, along with a couple of EC systems?

Regards
Jim

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Re: What Works for You?
Jul 14, 10:50 PM 2014
Hello JimmieB welcome :)

I don't know much about John Legend's 'Matrix'
systems but Pattern Breaker is worth a look. (Even Chance)

http://www.rouletteforum.cc/index.php?topic=4655.0

Iboba's 'Simple and Profitable' is a good EC system imo.

http://www.vlsroulette.com/index.php?topic=12462.0

Turner's 'Dominant Half' Even-Chances looks good also

http://www.rouletteforum.cc/index.php?topic=10651.0

Hope this helps :d

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Re: What Works for You?
Jul 16, 08:11 AM 2014
Hi Jimmie B

I think the best system by far is Supa Dupa Random Streets Bet by SAS

Try it see what you think!

Chris555p

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Re: What Works for You?
Jul 16, 09:00 AM 2014
Agree to that; Other best methods check JL old posts.

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Re: What Works for You?
Jul 16, 09:35 AM 2014
is mmsip no good then
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Re: What Works for You?
Jul 16, 10:01 AM 2014
Naan, unless there are some undisclosed tweaks.....

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JimmieB

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Re: What Works for You?
Jul 17, 09:36 AM 2014
Guys, thanks for the replies...

@Sturrock, I'v been playing around with the Supa, I'm just a bit concerned how things can get out of control if you get caught hit with a few losses, to compensate for this, I'm currently testing as my reply #51 on the Supa thread, and early tests are good, I've won 21 games, lost 3, I'm up 104 units, it's currently running better than the 3:1 ratio needed to make, what I would consider a reasonable return, it's still very early days, I'll post again on the Supa thread when I've done more testing, however, I don't have much time at the moment could be a while...

@notophammer, again similar to the Supa, things can get out of control, I haven't spent too much time on this one, however, I do think it could be good with the right MM and player attitude...

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Re: What Works for You?
Jul 17, 09:48 AM 2014
Following Nottophammer post, I have taken another look at MMSIP.

The link is quite long, and cumbersome as there are several version to
play the same system in 1 link.....

However, there are some great ideas in the link; I have been testing some
of the versions with exceptionally good results for 18 nos bet.

Have a go at MMSIP, u may be nicely surprised at the very high hit rate.

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Re: What Works for You?
Oct 06, 03:57 PM 2014
Chris, all this mid d/s and any double streets idea is brilliant apart from the times it can miss. If it didn't miss for 7 spins it would be  workable, in fact it would be the H.G. even with the zero hitting.
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Re: What Works for You?
Oct 06, 04:20 PM 2014
Nottophammer, There are tricks to it once u uncover them u will have no problem to get a hit within 3 spins
most of the time, and occassionally in 5 attempts.

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Re: What Works for You?
Oct 06, 05:24 PM 2014
i second that

most hits are within 3 spins very rarely more than that
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

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Re: What Works for You?
Oct 06, 06:30 PM 2014
What works for you?

Not having a mechanical method or a fixed MM strategy works for me.

Be prepared to make changes whenever it's necessary to either.

If it aint broke, don't fix it.

Never stop when you are on a winning run.

Know when to quit.

I almost convinced myself the game was simple reading back the above.

Note to self....KISS.  :)

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Re: What Works for You?
Oct 06, 07:10 PM 2014
i second that

most hits are within 3 spins very rarely more than that

You have been very lucky so far Rich, more extensive testing will show it isn't as rare as you think.

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Re: What Works for You?
Oct 06, 07:18 PM 2014
I don't think that Rich has been particularly Lucky.

I have tested the 3 DS for several thousands spins; and been playing 3 DS for several years
most of my hits are within 3 spins and occasionally I may win on attempt no. 5.

I understand that some other members have also been playing this way for very long time as can be seen
in the threads of JL Phase 3 and MMIP.

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Re: What Works for You?
Oct 06, 08:41 PM 2014
I don't think that Rich has been particularly Lucky.

I have tested the 3 DS for several thousands spins; and been playing 3 DS for several years
most of my hits are within 3 spins and occasionally I may win on attempt no. 5.

I understand that some other members have also been playing this way for very long time as can be seen
in the threads of JL Phase 3 and MMIP.

To clarify, I meant he has been lucky sticking to the middle three double streets. 

Playing 3 double streets has merit and some good systems are based on it, but my testing of exclusively sticking to the middle double streets has not been brilliant.