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RouletteGhost

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it is a cool idea

but you are leaving say 10 chances to hit dozen 1

we know it can sleep longer then that

so any further ideas?
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sleeps longer its a loss ---no big deal -start again
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MoneyT101

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how about if and when you sit at the table look at the last 3 hit dozens  and decide


if dozen 231 - start countdown from 18 down
if dozen 123- start 19 up
if dozen 312- 18 down
if any double dozen- start hot dozen (1=1 up....2=18 down or 18 and go down 3 and up 2.... 3=36 down)

Just throwing out ideas
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Good idea
From years of recording 10 spins, you can see in last KTF average doc what 1st 10 numbers/spins are, ie, 7-10,8-10,9-10 or 10-10, 80% of 1st 10 spins have a repeat.
So by following the wheel would you not be following the wheels trend
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ok, so yesterday and this morning i virtualy checked the history of 500 spins each with this strategy but then based upon the wheel itself by starting when a number drops and continue clockwise from there and must say i could have played trough the whole 2 sessions without a loss  :smile:


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tuddilue

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I also think following the last number drop should work really well with this system.

The same at RNG, here is some statistics :
http://www.rouletteforum.cc/index.php?topic=9740.0


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PeaBea65

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From years of recording 10 spins, you can see in last KTF average doc what 1st 10 numbers/spins are, ie, 7-10,8-10,9-10 or 10-10, 80% of 1st 10 spins have a repeat.

Which is why this works 80% of the time and you do not lose big when it fails.  Wins outnumber loses by a pretty big margin.  Just in the limited testing I did today, this really did well.
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Auch, tried this one & it flopped bigtime. Not a single hit in 3 sessions. Even combined it using hottest number as origin.

Not that any part of the wheel was particular "cold" .. but problem was if i was betting from 1 to 10 itll hit the non-betted area/numbers before id reach it/them. Aka id be at 1,2,3 and 5 would hit, then later im at 1,2,3,4,5 and a 8 hit. Also that 10th bet of a wopping 3x10 units i completly left out as that one bet felt way to big and changes the bankroll from a 69 to a 99 units.

Idea: the idea of betting on increasingly larger areas sounds valid if you can keep the bets low. Perhaps chopping the lower bets to make room for some "wider" bets like:

1 unit bets:
Bet 1: 1,2,3
Bet 2: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
Bet 3: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

bankroll: 23 units so if fail just start over. Choose area from either tracking either hot lines (aka 1-6 and 7-12 is a line) or dozen (aka staying clear of those cold lines as lines can really go cold for a long time).

 

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