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Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
August 25, 2011, 05:51:05 PM
The pyramid roulette system

    how mutch do u new about roulette I hop you are not member of this forum ypor a joke ha ha
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    Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
    August 27, 2011, 09:36:08 PM
    Used to do something similar to this , perhaps play virtual until 1 loss? bet 3 spins (hopefully win) back to virtual until the next loss? my experience with it has not been great, also 3 units on 1-18 and 2 units on 3rd dozen is no different than covering 5 double streets with 1 unit each, same profit, same loss.

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    Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
    August 30, 2011, 06:09:23 PM
    This system was in use pre Fidel Castro in Cuba. The system is know as "The Cuban Betting System".

    using martingale long run you will lose.

    John

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    Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
    September 01, 2011, 01:41:30 PM
    Hi people,

    I stumbled across this simple system on a Spanish website - it might be old news for some, but for those who don't know it - it's worth a look:-

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    This is the title of this system just send-ruleta.com systems, with this name is sold on the Internet, actually "a lot".
    Gain average $ 60 per hour using tokens of $ 1.
    The sessions are rare loss. (Approximately two per thousand turns).

    This is a system <<original>> - not a <<new>> version of an old system.

    It has never been published before.


    Two bets are made at every turn:
    Minors (1-18) and the third dozen (25-36)
    Bet one - One to Eighteen
    The bet from 1 to 18 out of the roulette table to cover the numbers 1 through 18.

    This bet paid equal money to bet, and means that a $ 1 bet pays $ 1 if any of the numbers from 1 to 18 wins.
    Bet two - Three dozen
    The three dozen to bet on the outskirts of the roulette table covers numbers 25 to 36.

    This bet pays 2 to 1, meaning that a $ 1 bet pays $ 2 if any of the numbers from 25 to 36 leaves.

    By placing the two bets at once: 1 to 18 and three dozen  ut can cover 30 numbers on the roulette by placing two bets on each spin: 1 to 48 and the third dozen.
    Only 8 numbers can make you miss:
    0, 00, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 y 24. 0, 00, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24.
    You must place bets in both quantity of 3 chips in 1 to 18 and 2 dozen chips in the third.

    Why?
     
    If you get a number from 1 to 18, you earn 3 chips in 1 to 18 and lost two tiles in 25 to 36, for a gain of 1 sheet.
    If you get a number from 25 to 36, you earn 4 chips in that bet and lost 3 chips in 1 to 18 for a gain of 1 unit.
    You will be happy to know that the two bets are not united and not lose very often many times in a row. That's because at each turn you have 30 chances to win against only 8 of losing opportunities. These inequalities are gain tremendously in your favor!

    After thousands of tests using drawings saved casino, the largest of the times in a row that the two bets LOST was 4 times. Four times in a row incredible!

    In 1000 an average of drafts, must have 210 losses only once, 40 losses twice in a row, 9 losses three times in a row, 2 losses four times in a row and 0 losses of five or more times in a row. These numbers are based on mathematical probability.

    During our tests, the numbers varied for each group of 1000 drafts, but not by much.
    We have never seen losses five times in a row in our tests. This does not mean that five or more losses followed are not possible. Anything is possible, but against inequalities see five or more losses followed are immense! On average, you will experience a loss, two or more times in a row, once every 40 turns. With such low probabilities of having "losses followed," you can make progressions winners to take advantage of these great inequalities.
    A progression winner
    If any of the eight issues listed losers, 0, 00, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 or 24, lost both bets for a total of 5 chips. If you bet 5 chips on each turn, you will lose money in the long run.. However, if the two are increasing bets after a loss, you'll earn more money than you lose.
    Here is the progression winner.
     A loss:
     Our <<basic bet is 3 / 2 (3 chips in 1 to 18 and 2 chips in the dozen 3).
    Follow betting 3 / 2 until you have a loss (where 0, 00, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 or 24 show up).
    After its first loss, increase their bets on 9 / 6.
    If this bet wins, his next bet is also 9 / 6.
    If this bet wins, you will have made 1-chip gain.
    You only need to win the next 2 twists row to take profit.
    For example, the first drawing is 21. You lose 5 chips.
    His next bet is 9 chips in 1 to 18 and 6 chips in the third dozen.
    The next turn is 4. You gain 9 chips in 1 to 18 and lost 6 chips in the third dozen to a gain of 3 chips.
    When you subtracted the 5 chips that have been lost in the first turn, must still be recovering 2 chips.
    . His next bet is 9 and 6 chips. The next turn is 7.
    You have won by this turn 3 chips. Add this to your - 2 chips and you will be gaining 1 tab. Now you will return to the basic bet 3 / 2.
    Two losses followed:
    Our <<bet basic>> is 3 / 2 (3 chips in 1 to 18 and 2 chips in the third dozen).
    After the first loss, their next challenge will be 9 / 6.
    If this bet is lost, your next bet should be 33/22.
    If this bet wins, his next bet is also 33/22.
    If this bet wins, you have 1 unit gain.
    . His next challenge will be 3 / 2.
    Three losses followed:
    Our <<bet basic>> is 3 / 2 (3 chips in 1 to 18 and 2 chips in the third dozen).
    After the first loss, their next challenge will be 9 / 6.
     If this bet is lost, your next bet should be 33/22.
    If this bet loses, the next should be 74/36.
    . If this bet wins, his next bet should be 74/36.
    If this bet wins, his next bet should be 74/36. His next bet should be 3 / 2.
    If any of the latest betting loses, assumes its loss of $ 185 and then play.. Do not risk more than $ 100 in a single turn.
    The money needed is $ 185.
    On average at 1.000 turns you must win $ 630. As was said before, you should have only 2 losses four times in a row.
    . The former is the progression that we use when we apply this system. You can experiment with their own progression if desired.
    Converting the four losses in a row winning.
     We found a secret that eliminates many of the losses four times in a row! Whenever one of eight numbers appears losers, switch to the two opposing bets on the next bet: (at the next bet after a loss, put 9 chips in 19-36 and 6 chips in the first dozen). Then return to your normal bet.
    Consider this sequence:
    19
    21
    19
    23
    19
    21  (bet on 19 to 36 and in the first dozen and we won!)
    19  (back to 1 to 18 and three dozen lose)
    23  (bet on 19 to 36 and in the first dozen and we won!)

    This is really the roulette system better and safer the world. Good luck. And do not forget to try the system before playing for real money.


     
    Thanks Alex Gomez (Colombia) for the translation.

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    So, what do people think about this? I haven't had the time to look at in close details, but at first glance it seems a bit too Martingalish for my style of play -I think those 4 loses will come more often than the system suggests - but interesting nonetheless.


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    4 TIMES IN THE ROW--longest losing streak,you said----furthermore INCREDIBLE.
    And today I had in real play;22,22,22,19,20,22,21,23,24..........even more INCREDIBLE.
    Except that I was on these numbers each spin.......but what would happen following
    suggestion of that method......ofcourse it doesn't work.

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    Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
    December 12, 2013, 03:09:38 PM
    Is anyone still using this today or I mean this year> I was wondering if it's still being used.

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    Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
    November 19, 2014, 09:39:41 PM

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    Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
    November 21, 2014, 09:05:19 PM
    You may very well be on to something here; but I am having a problem wrapping my head around these numbers. I think a run of examples might help clear matters up.  Could you accomodate us?

    Thanks,

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    Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
    November 23, 2014, 11:17:39 AM
    Ah. Breaking it down I see where I went wrong in my calculation but I'll give you the actual break down anyway so you can see.

    15 low, 10 3rd doz, 3 singles on 0, 19, 21 (those troublesome numbers, leaving 20, 22, 23, 24 exposed).

    30 numbers covered by low + 3rd doz (giving +30 winnings/+2 profit each) so 30/37 X 100 to get percentage = 81.081081081% then X2 (profit) = 162.16216216.

    3 numbers with single chips (giving +35 winnings/+7 profit each - not 35 as I originally wrote) so 3/37 X 100 = 8.1081081081% X7 = 56.756756757

    4 numbers still exposed (-28 loss) so 4/37 X 100 = 10.810810811% X28 = 302.70270271

    So in fact its 302.70270271 > 218.918918917 on average per 100 spins I think.

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    Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
    November 24, 2014, 08:52:52 AM
    One more thing... what I'm struggling to understand is the jump from playing 33/22 to 74/36. By my calculation it should be 75/50. 74/36 is lopsided in fact.

    Still, I do find that if playing 9/6 then best to cover four numbers with half chips or if 15/10 then singles because when they come through you're laughing.

    What do you think?

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    Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
    April 07, 2016, 11:43:20 PM
    I tried this strategy with 1p chips and I can't even get above £1.85 profit before I get 4 losses in a row. I started with £36.75 and I've lost 4 in a row so many times I'm down to £33 now. I must be getting the 4 in a row losses every 80-150 spins. I can't make a profit with the strategy it's not working.  :(

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    Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
    April 08, 2016, 02:41:24 AM

    Here you have the RX code for the system you mention ...

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     system "World's Best and Safest Roulette system Ver 2"
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             Rx-ed by Sp1N-D1zZy
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    Bet on Low and 3rd Dozen simultaneously with the following progression:

    3/2, 9/6, 33/22, 74/36, 240/160, 600/400

    On a loss, move up one in progression AND switch betting layout to
    opposite of current layout. (If Low and 3rd Dozen, change to High and 1st Dozen.)

    On a win, switch layouts back to original. If at 3/2, start again from scratch.
    If at 9/6, wait for 2 wins in a row before starting again from scratch.
    If at 33/22, again wait for 2 wins in a row before starting from scratch.
    If at 74/36, wait for 3 wins in a row before starting from scratch.
    If at 240/160, wait for 3 wins in a row before starting from scratch.
    If at 600/400, wait for 3 wins in a row before starting from scratch.
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    }
    method "main"
    begin
    while starting new session
        begin
        call "Init"
        end
    if net > 0
        begin
        copy list [low] record"Even"layout
        copy list [3rd dozen] record"Dozen"layout
        if record"Even"data index = 2 or record"Even"data index = 3
            begin
            add 1 record"Loss Progression"data
            if record"Loss Progression"data = 2
                begin
                put 0 record"Loss Progression"data
                put 1 record"Even"data index
                put 1 record"Dozen"data index
                end
            end
        if record"Even"data index = 4 or record"Even"data index = 5
        or record"Even"data index = 6
            begin
            add 1 record"Loss Progression"data
            if record"Loss Progression"data = 3
                begin
                put 0 record"Loss Progression"data
                put 1 record"Even"data index
                put 1 record"Dozen"data index
                end
            end
        end
    if net < 0
        begin
        put 0 record"Loss Progression"data
        add 1 record"Even"data index
        add 1 record"Dozen"data index
        call "Switch Layouts"
        if record"Even"data index > record"Even"data count
            begin
            put 1 record"Even"data index
            put 1 record"Dozen"data index
            copy list [low] record"Even"layout
            copy list [3rd dozen] record"Dozen"layout
            end
        end
    call "Place Bets"
    end

    method "Place Bets"
    begin
    put 100% record"Even"data record"Even"layout
    put 100% record"Dozen"data record"Dozen"layout
    end

    method "Switch Layouts"
    begin
    if list [low] pattern match record"Even"layout
        begin
        copy list [high] record"Even"layout
        copy list [1st Dozen] record"Dozen"layout
        end
        else
        begin
        copy list [low] record"Even"layout
        copy list [3rd dozen] record"Dozen"layout
        end
    end

    method "Init"
    begin
    copy list [low] record"Even"layout
    copy list [3rd dozen] record"Dozen"layout
    group
        begin
        display "World's Best and Safest Roulette System"
        display "------------------------------------------------------------------------------"
        input dropdown "Progression
        1:=4 Step
        2:=5 Step
        3:=6 Step" record"Progression Step"data
        end
    if record"Progression Step"data = 1
        begin
        set list [3,9,33,74] record"Even"data
        set list [2,6,22,36] record"Dozen"data
        put 1 record"Even"data index
        put 1 record"Dozen"data index
        end
    if record"Progression Step"data = 2
        begin
        set list [3,9,33,74,240] record"Even"data
        set list [2,6,22,36,160] record"Dozen"data
        put 1 record"Even"data index
        put 1 record"Dozen"data index
        end
    if record"Progression Step"data = 3
        begin
        set list [3,9,33,74,240,600] record"Even"data
        set list [2,6,22,36,160,400] record"Dozen"data
        put 1 record"Even"data index
        put 1 record"Dozen"data index
        end
    end
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    Re: The safest roulette system in the world?
    April 24, 2016, 04:36:49 PM

    The 3:2 system is very old and i think that probably no one is worst than this one (this from my experience with similar type of bets)
    With only one or 2 of the "bad "nºs  comes 2-3 times in a row,and later another of them-later sometimes u need to play hours just to exit of the situation.
    Making profit with many n-s in long run is possible only with flat bet or modified bet between flat and D'Alembert.To avoid long time playing your initial bet should be big but in accordance with u bank and your free time

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    I have played just about every system that has been discussed on this forum and all I can say is that eventually every single one will end up losing in the long run...there is no holy grail, there is no unbeatable system...there is only ever one winner and that is the casino praying on like minded people to try out all of these great progressions, systems, strategies whatever you want to call them...over the last 6 weeks I have lost over £5,000 yet I kept going back for more disappointment, all because I believed all of the nonsense that was written in forums like these.  I wish that I never learnt about roulette, all it does is eat away at people....trust me stay away, it's just not worth it.  Biggest con ever

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    Lidsters, I understand your disappointment. And yes, almost every system on forums loses. And following the majority of advice from forum members is dangerous. I try all the time to steer people in the right direction, but most of the advice is ignored. In fact I often get criticized for telling people why their methods wont work. I often get concerned that someone is going to lose significant money because of the poor judgement of other players who post at my forums. You are an example.

    See http://www.roulettephysics.com/how-to-win-at-roulette/ which explains in plain language how roulette can and cannot be beaten, and why. Also the page http://www.roulettephysics.com/roulette-strategy/ has more detail.

    Nevertheless, my advice to you is do not play further with any method. Your loss is big but money comes and goes all your life. Let it go and move on, or it might lead to gambling problems.
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    Steve,

    Why dont you share your method for free with form members rather selling Computers here .

    Tuankd

     

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