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flukey's blog.
Jan 27, 03:18 PM 2011
Here I am going to share all my findings on roulette. I figure it is better having everything in one place rather than scattering it everywhere. It makes it easier to find things if you are trying to put pieces together as well.

I have looked at the game of roulette for well over 10 years now. It is a truly fascinating game compared to the others available. There is so much going on within the game of roulette that makes it mind boggling.

What I have tried to do throughout the years is slowly take the game apart and study all the parts. Mixing and matching everything to see what works well together and what is incompatible. I think the old saying 'the sum can be greater than all the parts' fits in nicely with roulette. I have certainly found this to be true.

The bottom line is the following question 'is roulette beatable?' The answer to that is yes. That does not mean everyone is going to find the way to win. I would be very surprised if more than a few people on these forums could really put there hand on their heart and say they know without a shadow of a doubt that they have an edge at the game. (and even that does mean much unless they have the discipline and patience to put in use what they have learned)

I can say that I am lucky or fortunate to have discovered two ways to win at roulette. One of those ways is a bloody grind that would bore most people to insanity. Seriously, if your idea of fun is sitting in a casino for 8 hours to work hard computing all the information necessary to make between 20-40 units, then you will love this. It is a job, nothing more and nothing less. Most people don't look at roulette as a job. They look at it as a form of entertainment. No doubt most of you will have a 9-5 job and the last thing you want is another one on top. I used to get frustrated on these forums, I thought nobody really wanted to understand roulette properly. I was kind of wrong. What people don't want is another job. These places are an escape from reality for a lot of people. They serve a purpose. It is nice to have a dream that one day the H.G. will turn up. There is nothing wrong with that.

The other method is a far more rewarding one. The bets and profits come quicker. The only downside is that the variance can be higher. You can't always have your cake and eat it. Sometimes depending on how I am feeling, I figure it is safer to play the grind. Never underestimate how your current state of mind can affect your performance at the casino. It is all about making the correct choices.

So the purpose of this blog will be to teach you these methods. It is not going to be easy because there are no shortcuts. I sometimes think how could anybody learn something in a short space of time which has took me years to come up with. A willingness to learn and strong determination are what is needed here. There is also a chat facility where I am happy to go over some of the things I am going to teach. I am not the messiah and I don't want to come over as such. You will have to do a lot of the hard work yourself. I will leave it there for now.

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Jan 27, 05:07 PM 2011
Well said and it is only way to beat the game.
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Jan 27, 05:45 PM 2011
Nice post and I look forward to your teachings!
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Jan 27, 10:20 PM 2011
FL,  You've got my undivided attention!! :thumbsup:
In my case it doesn't matter.  I'm both!

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Jan 27, 11:17 PM 2011
Blogging is great, nice job.

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Jan 28, 03:11 AM 2011
Looking forward to reading it.  :thumbsup:
"The trouble isn't what we don't know, it's what we think we know that just ain't so!" - Mark Twain

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Jan 28, 04:41 AM 2011
FL,  You've got my undivided attention!! :thumbsup:
You own picture much better then
this guy in your avatar,George mate.
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Jan 28, 04:32 PM 2011
You own picture much better then
this guy in your avatar,George mate.


Was messing around with mine and lost it and now I can't seem to get it back.  I'll try to get one of someone more handsome than George Clooney.
In my case it doesn't matter.  I'm both!

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Jan 29, 11:59 AM 2011
Here is some spins that I downloaded from the Spielbank-Wiesbaden Casino in Germany.
They are from table 3 on the 26th of this month. I will use these for explaining some of my concepts.

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Jan 29, 11:59 AM 2011
The first concept that I want to share with you is a bit of a grind but it is very effective.
I came up with the idea several years ago. At that time, I was more into designing systems than actually contemplating how I was going to play them. The problem there is that with no  concrete money management ideas, the systems are  really only 50% effective.
I have spent a lot more time over the last year reading up on all the various MM plans out there.
Now the good thing about the system I am going to present is that it throws up a lot of consecutive wins. The MM plan that seems to suit this the best is 'The Pluscoup Progression'.
With this one, you start at 1 unit and hope to win your first bet and quit that particular game with a 1 unit profit. Should you lose, you continue to bet 1 unit on the next spin. As long as you keep losing, you will always bet 1 unit. On a win (if you are in the negative for this particular game) you raise the bet by 1 unit. At any time on a win as long as this particular game is in the negative, you will continue raise the bet by 1 unit.
What will happen eventually is that you will recoup all your losses and make a 1 unit profit for the game and then quit that particular game and start a new one. (well that's the theory anyhow) On the plus side, it is a very simple MM plan and that is great if your bet selection is a little bit complex because you always have to take into consideration how long you have to get your bets down.
So the pluscoup progression is great but if you get into a bit of a hole, you certainly need something that is going to throw up the occasional winning run or you are going to find the bets can get out of control.
The bet selection itself revolves around the streets. These comprise of 6 numbers.
1-6 = 1. 7-12 = 2. 13-18 = 3. 19-24 = 4. 25-30 = 5. 31-36 = 6.
Now there is a grid that you need to use for this and it is as follows.

1  1  1
2  6  2
3  2  3
4  5  4
5  3  5
6  4  6

I will explain how to use and show you an example from the numbers I posted in an earlier post. They are the ones I downloaded from the Spielbank-Wiesbaden Casino in Germany.

There is also a betting chart and that is as follows.

No 6 on a 1. bet, 3 – 4 – 5.
No 6 on a 2. bet, 3 – 4 – 5.
No 6 on a 3. bet, 1 – 2 – 5.
No 6 on a 4. bet, 1 – 2 – 5.

13 = 3. So the first number has come in and you mark it down on your scorecard and you also need to note which street it belongs to.
35 = 6. Now with this next number that has appeared, you need to make some calculations using the grid. The first horizontal line is just a representation of the streets that appear. The second and third horizontal lines are where you need to make some calculations.
What you need to do is find out what the LAST street was (in this case it's 3) and then count from that 3 in the second horizontal line to the current street which is 6. You always count forwards. You should have moved forward by three numbers by the time you land on the 6. So you will represent it in the following manner.
35 = 6, 3.
Now for the final calculation involving the third horizontal line. Once again you take the last street number which was 3 and then count from the that 3 in the third horizontal line to the current street which is 6. Once again, you always count forwards.  You should have moved forward by three numbers by the time you land on the 6. So you will represent it as such.
35 = 6, 3, 3. You continue to mark like this as the streets appear using the horizontal lines on the grid.
Another calculation that you need to make is to write in the missing streets. So your marking would end up looking like this.
35 = 6, 3, 3. (1, 2, 4, 5)   For a possible bet, there needs to be a 6 in this last set of markings. What you will find over time when you test and play this is that it is very common for a 6 to be in this last set of markings for long periods of time without a break. This is where the winning runs come from and why the pluscoup progression is the ideal MM plan for taking advantage.

Now let's continue with the example.

26 = 5, 2, 5. (1, 3, 4, 6) Here you will see that there is a 6 in the final set of markings but unfortunately there will be no bet. WHY? Please have a look at the betting chart. What you will notice is the current street out is 5 (represented by number 26) There is no 6 on a 5.
There is only 6 on a 1, 2, 3 or 4. Therefore to have a bet, the 6 needs to be in the final set of markings and the current street that has appeared needs to be a 1, 2, 3 or 4.

28 = 5, 6, 6. (1, 2, 3, 4) Once again, no possible bet.

7 = 2, 5, 3. (1, 4, 6) We have a betting opportunity here. The 6 is in the final set of markings and the current street out is 2. So you need to refer to the betting chart and look at the 'no 6 on a 2'.
You will see that you are required to bet streets 3, 4, 5. (It is the equivalent of an even money bet)

31 = 6, 5, 4. (1, 2, 3) That bet lost and we are -1. (technically you could say that you are -3 but let's refer to them as even money bets to make the explanation of the pluscoup progression easier)
There can be no bet on the next spin.

21 = 4, 4, 4. (1, 2, 3, 5, 6) Another betting opportunity here. The 6 is in the final set of markings and the current street out is 4. So you need to refer to the betting chart and look at the 'no 6 on a 4'.
You will see that you are required to bet streets 1, 2, 5. With the pluscoup progression, after a previous loss, you just bet the same again

33 = 6, 2, 2. (1, 3, 4, 5) That bet also lost and now we are -2. There is no bet on the next spin.

31 = 6, 6, 6. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) No bet on the next spin.

8 = 2, 1, 2. (3, 4, 5, 6) Next up, we will betting 1 unit on the 3, 4, 5 streets.

28 = 5, 1, 3. (2, 4, 6) A win that time and we are back to -1. On our next bet, we will raise to 2 units because remember if you are in minus during the game, you always raise by 1 unit after a win using the pluscoup progression. There can be no bet on the next spin because the current street is a 5.

0 – no bet on the next spin.

8 = 2, 5, 3. (1, 4, 6) Next up, we will be betting 2 units on the 3, 4, 5 streets.

36 = 6, 5, 4. (1, 2, 3) That bet lost and now we are -3. No bet next spin.

1 = 1, 5, 1. (2, 3, 4, 6) Next up, we will be betting 2 units on the 3, 4, 5 streets.

26 = 5, 3, 4. (1, 2, 6)  A win there takes the total to -1. Now here is a point in the game where you can use your discretion. We are -1 and technically the wager on our next betting opportunity should be 3 units. However we only need to win 2 units to go into a  +1 profit. I ALWAYS like to play safe and will therefore be only betting 2 units on the next bet that comes along. There is no bet on the next spin.

7 = 2, 5, 3. (1, 4, 6) Next up, we will be betting 2 units on the 3, 4, 5 streets.

21 = 4, 3, 2. (1, 5, 6) A win there takes this game into a profit of +1 and that is the end of the game.

I did a quick check of the next 11 spins and that takes the total profit to +5.

I will do some more examples when time permits. The best way to get the hang of things is to practice yourself if this is something that interests you. I am happy to go through your results and correct them if necessary or just answer any of your questions.

I really don't think this is very complicated once you get the hang of it. I find I can skip through the testing pretty easily. It is also something that you can play online or at a live casino and have no trouble with getting your bets down in time.

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Re: flukey's blog.
Jan 29, 02:42 PM 2011
Here is a doozie of a session. The numbers were taken from table 3 yesterday (28/01/11)
They are the first 31 numbers out. It took that long to make the required 1 unit profit.
The most that was bet at any time was the 4 units on the last spin. It was a real tug of war.

Here is what the scorecard looked like.

28 = 5.
31 = 6, 4, 1. (2,3,5)
18 = 3, 3, 3. (1,2,4,5,6)
1 = 1, 2, 4. (3,5,6)
12 = 2, 2, 1. (3,4,5,6)
17 = 3, 2, 1. (4,5,6)
23 = 4, 1, 1. (2,3,5,6)
5 = 1, 1, 3. (2,4,5,6)
34 = 6, 1, 5. (2,3,4)
8 = 2, 1, 2. (3,4,5,6)
10 = 2, 6, 6. (1,3,4,5)
36 = 6, 5, 4. (1,2,3)
14 = 3, 3, 3. (1,2,4,5,6)
16 = 3, 6, 6. (1,2,4,5)
26 = 5, 5, 2. (1,3,4,6)
16 = 3, 1, 4. (2,5,6)
1 = 1, 2, 4. (3,5,6)
2 = 1, 6, 6. (2,3,4,5)
8 = 2, 2, 1. (3,4,5,6)
12 = 2, 6, 6. (1,3,4,5)
36 = 6, 5, 4. (1,2,3)
16 = 3, 3, 3. (1,2,4,5,6)
0 -
0-
29 = 5, 5, 2. (1,3,4,6)
19 = 4, 2, 5. (1,3,6)
5 = 1, 1, 3. (1,5,6)
27 = 5, 3, 4. (1,2,6)
27 = 5, 6, 6. (1,2,3,4)
12 = 2, 5, 3. (1,4,6)
15 = 3, 2, 1. (4,5,6)

This game is a brilliant example of how solid the system is because it tried to throw everything bar the kitchen sink at me. A few double spins, two consecutive zeros, repeat streets etc....
Even allowing for all that, the 6 still appeared in the last set of markings 19 times out of 30.

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Jan 29, 05:31 PM 2011
Making all the calculations in play is not necessary. Here is the complete markings.

1-1 = 1,6,6. (2,3,4,5)
1-2 = 2,2,1. (3,4,5,6)
1-3 = 3,4,2. (1,5,6)
1-4 = 4,5,3. (1,2,6)
1-5 = 5,3,4. (1,2,6)
1-6 = 6,1,5. (2,3,4)

2-1 = 1,4,5. (2,3,6)
2-2 = 2,6,6. (1,3,4,5)
2-3 = 3,2,1. (4,5,6)
2-4 = 4,3,2. (1,5,6)
2-5 = 5,1,3. (2,4,6)
2-6 = 6,5,4. (1,2,3)

3-1 = 1,2,4. (3,5,6)
3-2 = 2,4,5. (1,3,6)
3-3 = 3,6,6. (1,2,4,5)
3-4 = 4,1,1. (2,3,5,6)
3-5 = 5,5,2. (1,3,4,6)
3-6 = 6,3,3. (1,2,4,5)

4-1 = 1,1,3. (2,4,5,6)
4-2 = 2,3,4. (1,5,6)
4-3 = 3,5,5. (1,2,4,6)
4-4 = 4,6,6. (1,2,3,5)
4-5 = 5,4,1. (2,3,6)
4-6 = 6,2,2. (1,3,4,6)

5-1 = 1,3,2. (4,5,6)
5-2 = 2,5,3. (1,4,6)
5-3 = 3,1,4. (2,5,6)
5-4 = 4,2,5. (1,3,6)
5-5 = 5,6,6. (1,2,3,4)
5-6 = 6,4,1. (2,3,5)

6-1 = 1,5,1. (2,3,4,6)
6-2 = 2,1,2. (3,4,5,6)
6-3 = 3,3,3. (1,2,4,5,6)
6-4 = 4,4,4. (1,2,3,5,6)
6-5 = 5,2,5. (1,3,4,6)
6-6 = 6,6,6. (1,2,3,4,5)

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Re: flukey's blog.
Jan 29, 06:02 PM 2011
flukey

Thanks for sharing with us bud.  It is an interesting idea, keep up the good work.  Can you share with us how you decided to come up with these pairings for the bets? As far as a bankroll goes what do you recommend? Do you have a stop loss or a win target?

Quitting while your ahead is not the same as quitting