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mr.ore

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Re: 6 point Divisor Plan
May 14, 2010, 04:32:19 PM
Well, I still don't understand how six point divisor played on two dozens could be same good. It is always better to replace "bet one unit on the first dozen and one unit on the second dozen in one spin" with "bet one unit on EC on 1st spin, and if only it lost bet same unit on dozen in second spin". This way we are trading time for better probability of winning while still staking two units(whatever size they are) to win one unit. The probability is higher because on average we risk less than two units to win one, because the EC bet sometimes wins and so we do not need to risk the second unit.

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Re: 6 point Divisor Plan
August 02, 2010, 09:29:05 PM
Hello

I am new with this method of play. I didn't read whole topic and I don't know maybe answer is here but can someone tell me if example from the first page is correct I mean bolded lines.

6/6=1 to bet (25) lose 1 add 6=7 to target
6/7=2 to bet (1) win so now 7-2= 5-6target =[1]
6/6=1 to bet (22) lose 1 add6=7
6/7=2 to bet (3) win so now 7-2=5-6target=[2]
6/6=1 to bet (35) lose 1 add 6=7 to target
6/7=2 to bet (2) win so now 7-2=5-6 target=[3]
6/6=1 to bet (29) lose 1 add 6=7 to target
6/7=2 to bet (19) lose 2 add 7=9 to target
we lost twice so put the divisor up 1 to 7 so now
7/9=2 to bet (33) lose 2 add 9=11 to target
7/11=2 to bet (Z) lose 2 add 11=13 to target
we lost twice so put the divisor up 1 to 8 so now
8/13=2 to bet (21) lose 2 add 13=15 to target
8/13=2 to bet (11) win so now 13-2=11 to target because in the line above 2 add 13=15 to target
we won so divisor comes down 1 to 7 so now
7/11=2 to bet (9) win so now 11-2=9 to target
we won so divisor down 1 to 6 so now
6/9=2 to bet (2 lose 2 add 9=11
6/11=2 to bet (11) win so now 11-2=9
we won so divisor down 1 to 5 so now
5/9=2 to bet 1 win so now 9-2=7
we won so div down 1 to 4 so now
4/7=2 to bet (Z) lose 2 add 7=11 not 9 ?
4/11=3 to bet (19) lose 3 add 11=14
we lost twice so div up 1 to 5 so now
5/14=3 to bet (14) win so now 14-3=11 to target
4/11=3 to bet (11) win so now 11-3=8 to target
we won so div down 1 to 3
3/8=3 to bet (17) win so now 8-3=5-6 target=[4]
6/6=1 to bet (14) win so now 6-1=5-6 target=[5]
6/6=1 to bet (10) win so now 6-1=5-6 target=[6]
Target reached after 23 bets

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dennisbelle

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Re: 6 point Divisor Plan
August 03, 2010, 03:33:19 PM
Can any one tell me why in the example below the divisior was dropped by 3 points (from 4 to 1)?

"Your next bet, then, is $12.50 divided by four, which gives you a vet, rounded off, of $3. If this bet won, say, at 2/1 you would have a profit of $6 coming off the $12.50, leaving you only $6.50 to get to complete the Six Point Plan, with a divisor of 1. At this point you can simply rule off that particular section and begin a completely new Six Point target and divisor"

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Re: 6 point Divisor Plan
April 12, 2011, 10:19:15 AM
I love this money management strategy.  Massive thanks Lanky for sharing.

jrhelp007

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Re: 6 point Divisor Plan
July 26, 2011, 10:16:47 PM
Lanky,

Can you go over the double street bets on Roulette using your method?

Thanks,

John

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Re: 6 point Divisor Plan
July 26, 2011, 10:22:55 PM
Lanky?
Find a truly original roulette idea. It is the only way you will ever distinguish yourself. It is the only way you will ever matter. Impress the roulette community with your hard work & devotion, this game they call unbeatable.
 (+35)(1/38) + (-1)(37/38) = -0.053...Work the problem: BEGIN !!!

jrhelp007

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Re: 6 point Divisor Plan
July 27, 2011, 12:40:28 AM
Yes his name was Lanky he came in as a guest.  (see the beginning of the post). But I don't mind if someone knows the answer to respond.

John

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Re: 6 point Divisor Plan
October 27, 2013, 07:01:15 PM
I have always been curios about this divisor plan. Has any one tried to use this for 3 months straight already and see if it's really that effective?

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Re: 6 point Divisor Plan
January 03, 2014, 10:34:03 AM
Hi lanky,
Is it possible to use it for inside bet ... let say 9 numbers...how to apply the rules?thanks

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Re: 6 point Divisor Plan
April 15, 2018, 03:14:41 AM


why theres no text at the first post?

 

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