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ignatus

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Well, I use another trigger for this one (That don't involve any, or very little waiting time), ... ALSO i raised the wingoal to 400u (that could be reached within less than 200 spins, because of the new trigger) ALSO Decreased the BR, ....because, when a loss happens (you cannot avoid a loss, if/when it happens- a bad streak etc), it's nothing you can do about it, ONLY by raising the WG and decreasing BR, a decent profit can be made (although losses will happen, sooner or later)....

Procedure: Look at the spinhistory (BET is always the opposite color of the current color hit), Now, what you're looking for IS a DS hit a minimum of *2 times*, when you find that trigger; -BET the last 3 DS Hit straightup numbers, *of the opposite color* (of that particular color DS hit 2 times).
You Also bet 9 numbers on the opposite colored EC.

For an example, DS 1/6 Has been hit 2 times RED, OK *Trigger* NOW, you bet the 3 straightups of the oppsite color within DS 1/6.(BLACK) You ALSO be the 3 opposite colors of the 2 other last RED hit DS. Then you also bet 9u on RED.

Progression: Double for each loss.

sry for my bad english and bad explanation , but i hope it's understood....

BR: 800u
Wingoal: +400u
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ignatus

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The original explanation was wrong, so i made a demo video

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ignatus

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Test 2.
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Test 3. (That was a close call, but game won)..
If you like to donate http://paypal.me/ignatus1

"Focus on predicting wheel sectors where the ball is expected to land" ~Steve

 

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