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IMBALANCE ROULETTE
Apr 16, 07:59 PM 2010
IMBALANCE SYSTEM FOR DOZENS AND COLUMNS

It is easy system to play on 2 dozens or 2 columns. The idea enghlighted me at last visit in casino.
You bet only last imbalanced triple spins, not balanced one. Eg. 123, 231, 222, 333, 111, are balanced triples and you don’t bet, you wait (play virtually) for imbalanced triple spin coming like 221, 112, 323, 331, 332, 212, 232 and so on… There must be always 2 of the same dozen and one single dozen in last 3 spins to be the 3 spins imbalanced.
There are 2 versions to play this system.
Version A/ bet only if one dozen comes twice in row on the end of the triple period plus one single dozen like 122, 233, 311. The double dozen must appear on the end. Then you bet the single dozen and the missing one against the double. This system is more secure but making fewer chips. Security costs always more money.
Version B/ bet the single and missing dozen any time imbalance occurs (121, 233, 212, 331 and so no…). Don’t have to wait for double on the end of the triple spins. More rewarding but less security.
Recommended progression would be: Leveller 1-2-4-(8); or Golden Roulette Progression +12 units or -6 units, which one comes first.
Real example from casino table 1 would explain better the strategy:
#     W/L 2Dbet
32  -
8    -
24  -       balance 312, wait for imbalance
14  -
26  W   1/3
30  W   1/3
6     W   1/2
3     W   1/2
14   W   2/3
23   L     1/3
30  W   1/3
27  W   1/3
4     W   1/2
7     W   1/2
11   L     2/3
15   -      balance 111, wait
22  W    2/3
8     W   1/3
14   L     1/3
29   W   1/3
34   -      balance 123, wait
18  W    1/2
28  L      1/2
20  W    1/2
3     W   1/2
32   -     balance 321, wait
13  -
00  -      lucky this time!
13  -      balance 132, wait
35  W   1/3
6    W    1/3
7    -      balance 231, wait
4   L       2/3
36  -      balance 111, wait
33  W    2/3
34  L      1/2
27  -   balance 333, wait
20  -
32  L    1/2
21  W  1/2
3     W 1/3
23  -    balance321, wait 
6    W   1/3
END
The second table has 4 losses in row which are easy overcome with both suggested progressions.
There is a free choice how to play after zero comes. You can wait one spin or play be taking in consideration the last 3 spins before zero.
I would like to hear your results and opinions from your testing.
I tested from that time already a couple of hundred spins at home, easy like butter and bread.
The only formations that can hurt the system will be 3 times triple like 111-222-111 or 123-321-123 which doesn’t come so often, and if it comes we can recognize the pattern and build-in some waiting period like switching to play the same on columns. There is a small probability that D/C will create parallel the same pattern.  Mostly is it contrary.
The progressions are strong enough when we have sufficient bankroll but I don’t know yet how much bankroll will be needed.
Cheers Hermes

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Re: IMBALANCE ROULETTE
Apr 16, 08:16 PM 2010
Thanks for sharing dear Hermes!
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Re: IMBALANCE ROULETTE
Apr 18, 11:30 PM 2010
The idea came from the other world I am only the messenger translating it into plain English. I don't know was it Garcia or Alembert on the other side?
Cheers Hermes.

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Re: IMBALANCE ROULETTE
Apr 20, 03:32 PM 2010
Just some more questions I posted the system also on "old" VLS forum, go there for advice. Soon will be coming next one.
Thanks Hermes