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atlantis

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Sep 29, 05:50 AM 2017
I like this system but I am only playing bet dominant dozen.     1  1  2  STOP      No big losses and easily recovered.   More chances as you often get 3 same dozen.     Betting double dozens is also ok but I have found single dozen better.  I stop anytime a zero shows if I am in a betting sequence.  Just my little preferences.

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What you think of playing both sides, the hedge idea I covered earlier..? Did you try it or should I say - did u even understand it first?  ;)

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Sep 29, 07:53 AM 2017
Hi Atlantis,
I only play `live` dealer.  Had my fill of RNG years ago.     No I am not playing betting both dozens or differential betting.  There are so many possibilities with this.    I am testing `leveller` type betting as it seems losing on a single dozen does not lead to long losses and you are betting a different dozen each sequence.   I may (probably) have been lucky but my longest loss was 5 and winning on 6th   I used   1 1 2   2  3  3     You do not fully recover on that final bet but do on subsequent ones.    It can be hard(er) trying to recoup all losses in one bet.   This may also lend itself to flat betting.  Who knows?

Good luck,
Brian                  (Too much information on roulette.  Who has time to take it all in?)

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Sep 29, 08:02 AM 2017
Hi again Atlantis,
Yes I understood where you are coming from with hedging.   I like to keep things as simple as possible and also am not a fan of virtual wins/losses/misses etc.   I have never played using virtual as it seems to draw things out.  In and out quick is the way to go with each sequence.  Only my preference.

Good luck,
Brian
(I am really liking betting dominant dozen with leveller.  Will be adding this to my other couple of favourite systems)   

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Nov 03, 04:03 PM 2017
Hi All,
I have brought this back up because it is damned bloody good.    There really are some great systems already posted in the forum so we do not need to perpetually looking for `new`

What I am playing is against the dominant dozen,  Works for me.  Why not give it a whirl?

Brian

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Nov 03, 09:42 PM 2017
Agree bleep24. This is my favourite systems play that I occasionally play haven't loss yet so far. I play the variation of Rolling FDD since  instead of leave it to chance to play only a third of the spins depending on when the player starts I play every possible spin. As usual the green zero is the nemesis. Here's the excel sheet, have fun with it. Cheers.
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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Nov 06, 08:50 AM 2017
Will have to give this a try
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Nov 06, 05:41 PM 2017
Quick Question:  do you play Against D.D. (like the excell sheet you provided indicates) or For D.D. (like the text below suggests)?

Agree bleep24. This is my favourite systems play that I occasionally play haven't loss yet so far. I play the variation of Rolling FDD since  instead of leave it to chance to play only a third of the spins depending on when the player starts I play every possible spin. As usual the green zero is the nemesis. Here's the excel sheet, have fun with it. Cheers.

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Nov 07, 12:27 AM 2017
Quick Question:  do you play Against D.D. (like the excell sheet you provided indicates) or For D.D. (like the text below suggests)?
FDD

I wait for a virtual loss LOSS1LOSS2 then start flatbet, max 2 WIN1 or 2 LOSS1 per doz and play max 55spins per etg 10sessions at b&m casino.
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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Oct 24, 04:44 AM 2018
Agree bleep24. This is my favourite systems play that I occasionally play haven't loss yet so far. I play the variation of Rolling FDD since  instead of leave it to chance to play only a third of the spins depending on when the player starts I play every possible spin. As usual the green zero is the nemesis. Here's the excel sheet, have fun with it. Cheers.

One of my cousins went to Vegas this weekend and texted me for a recommendation for an "easy Roulette bet for the dozens"... 

This old A.D.D thread came to mind, I had played around with it a while ago and liked it, so I sent it to him and told him to play it CHT's way (rolling basis FOR the dominant dozen).

Long story short, he won $450, and sent me a $50 giftcard to Starbucks as a thank you.

Sometimes forum oldies are fun to rehash and keep in mind for when you're tired or bored and want to goof around for a bit.


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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Oct 24, 11:10 PM 2018
@ Mako - that's EXACTLY what I've been doing. Checking some of the older ones.

Back then I used info from Dino, and Twister when I put together The TDM 2 Dozens

and I think I have a progression now that doesn't cause big draw downs, and seems to be able to claw itself out. Bit of a grind but fun. Still busy testing before I post my findings for a v2.0

But I fully agree with you - sometimes these older systems are true gems. Instead of people shooting each other down, put heads together to really try and make something work.

Btw - awesome cousin  :thumbsup:
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