## Very easy system on individual numbers

Started by Dane, November 29, 2012, 08:22:43 AM

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#### Dane

And now my new goal is at least FIVE "oners" in a row or at least FIVE repeated numbers in a row.
In the first horizontal group: 1, 2, 3, 4,5 or 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.  As the patient reader might have noticed, there are only two combinations now there. And with 12 groups we should be able to see the difference.
The patient reader might examine the permanence  from 05.02.2011.  Good luck!

#### Dermo

Quote from: Dane on March 16, 2013, 05:34:48 AM
And now my new goal is at least FIVE "oners" in a row or at least FIVE repeated numbers in a row.
In the first horizontal group: 1, 2, 3, 4,5 or 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.  As the patient reader might have noticed, there are only two combinations now there. And with 12 groups we should be able to see the difference.
The patient reader might examine the permanence  from 05.02.2011.  Good luck!

Mate you ideas make sense but you don't explain very clearly.

So let me give you an example.

The first 5 spins are....

5
21
33
25
6

So no we have 5 oners, as you say.
So we now bet on 31 numbers?

Can you show a session to explain exactly what you are doing and then I might contribute more effectively.

Cher
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#### Dane

Quote from: Dermo on March 17, 2013, 03:30:07 AM
Mate you ideas make sense but you don't explain very clearly.

So let me give you an example.

The first 5 spins are....

5
21
33
25
6

So no we have 5 oners, as you say.
So we now bet on 31 numbers?

Can you show a session to explain exactly what you are doing and then I might contribute more effectively.

Cher
D
Maharishi:"Our inability to see clearly is not due  to  some inadequate arrangement of the objects".
Of course I am not Maharishi, and  I might not have not been very clearly.  No, we do not bet on 31 numbers.
The  FINAL GOAL of the session is at least five  in a row IN THE GRID(6x6). On the horizontal or vertical level. For example 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Or 6, 12, 18, 24, 30.
In my next post I´ll try  to explain exactly what I am doing in one session.
Cheers
Dane
In my next post I´ll try

#### Dane

The first spins from 08.01.2011, table 3, Spielbank Wiesbaden.  When any number comes for the second time, I´ll write "(X"):
4, 30, 21, 12, 16, 17, 7, 30 (X), 6, 3, 29, 25, 14, 6, 23, 33, 17 (X), 13, 16 (X), 9, 12 (X), 32, 8, 2, 25 (X), 18, 10, 1, 13 (X), 3 (X), 29 (X), 6 (X), 12, 14 (X), 23 (X), 15, 31, 0 (Zero is outside my box, square or grid), 18 (X), 22, 7 (X), 28, 19, 14, 9, 31 (X), 10 (X), 6, 36, 25, 2 (X), 19 (X).
1-6 belongs to the first upper line. 7-12 belongs to the next horizontal line. Etc.
When 10 has come, I am able to see four "oners" in a row: 7, 8, 9, 10. So I start betting 11.
After the next spin (1) I am able to see 1, 2, 3, 4. So I add 5 to my betting.  Two spins later I must leave 5, because 3 has repeated itself.

A few spins later 15 has appeared for the first time. 13, 14, 17 are all repeaters. So I add 15 to my betting.
After the second appearance of 7  I must leave 11.
Soon 19 comes for the first time. Please start focusing of the vertical group. Soon 31 comes again.  It means that 7, 13, 25,, 31 are repeaters.
So I add 19 to my betting.
In the final spin of this session 19 comes. At least five repeaters in a row: 7, 13, 19, 25, 31. No more bets, thank you

#### Dermo

Thanks, I'll have a look at this during the week when I have time.

#### Dermo

I'm still a bit confused, you say 4 oners in a row, don't you mean 5?

For example if 7, 8, 9, 11 and 12 show up then you be on 10, and if any of the 5 repeat you stop betting on 10.

Is there a time when you might start betting on 10 again?

How many repeaters need to be in a row before you bet for the newcomer to repeat?

#### Dane

I admit that several versions might be confusing.
Another member involved in testing mailed me and suggested this:
At least FOUR "oners" in a row/at least FIVE repeated numbers in a row.
Who knows. This might be the best version so far.

#### Dane

Quote from: Dermo on March 17, 2013, 01:17:04 PM
I'm still a bit confused, you say 4 oners in a row, don't you mean 5?

For example if 7, 8, 9, 11 and 12 show up then you be on 10, and if any of the 5 repeat you stop betting on 10.

Is there a time when you might start betting on 10 again?

How many repeaters need to be in a row before you bet for the newcomer to repeat?
Yes,  you might start betting on 10 again, if it has come one time, and if  7, 8, 9, 11 or 8, 9, 11, 12 are repeaters.  We are betting, if we may reach the goal in the very next spin. In this case: At least five repeaters in a row. Just before the final goal we must have at least four repeaters in the group. It might be one and three or it might be two in a row to the left and two to the right in a row. Or four in a row.
If you keep an eye on the vertical group too, 10 might be your number again
Good luck!

#### Dane

Quote from: Dane on March 18, 2013, 04:17:07 AM
I admit that several versions might be confusing.
Another member involved in testing mailed me and suggested this:
At least FOUR "oners" in a row/at least FIVE repeated numbers in a row.
Who knows. This might be the best version so far.
The first days (sessions) of 2011, table 3:

"FIVE/FIVE"     "FOUR/FIVE"
1.         +23                 +31
2.         +34                 +27
3.         +28                 +26
4.         +11                 +25
5.         -   5                 +17
6.         +11                 - 15
7.         +29                 +27
8.         -   2                 -  4
9.         - 55                 +20
10.             0                 +30
11.         - 34                 +14
12.         - 87                 +12
13.          + 6                 +34
14.         - 47                 +  6
15.         - 80                 -   5
16.         +30                 +32
17.         -   1                  -  7
18.         - 41                  -11
19.         +30                  -  7
20.         +  8                 +15

Now I decided to concentrate on "FOUR/FIVE".  The results from the last days of January: -16+28+10+30+27-43-1+2-18-31-6.
January 2011: 249 units.

#### Dermo

Quote from: Dane on March 19, 2013, 11:30:14 AM
The first days (sessions) of 2011, table 3:

"FIVE/FIVE"     "FOUR/FIVE"
1.         +23                 +31
2.         +34                 +27
3.         +28                 +26
4.         +11                 +25
5.         -   5                 +17
6.         +11                 - 15
7.         +29                 +27
8.         -   2                 -  4
9.         - 55                 +20
10.             0                 +30
11.         - 34                 +14
12.         - 87                 +12
13.          + 6                 +34
14.         - 47                 +  6
15.         - 80                 -   5
16.         +30                 +32
17.         -   1                  -  7
18.         - 41                  -11
19.         +30                  -  7
20.         +  8                 +15

Now I decided to concentrate on "FOUR/FIVE".  The results from the last days of January: -16+28+10+30+27-43-1+2-18-31-6.
January 2011: 249 units.

Dude you keep changing things as another does better,

The fact is sometimes one method will do better than the other and sometimes the other will do better.

I have done some testing and I have noticed that when you have 3 numbers on one line vertical or horizontal bet the other 3 numbers.
I have seen it going up to betting on 14 numbers but it seems to at least break even over the long run and that's the best you can hope for.
You cannot win at roulette in the long run with just flatbetting you need bankroll management too.

What I done then is added some bank roll management by increasing and lowering the base unit value and I am seeing it making 100-150 units per 60 spins.

That's about 100-150 base units a per hour at the casino.

Stop changing your system, pick one and add some BR management. Looks like you have a solid method of play mate.

My 2 cents

Cheers

#### Dane

Quote from: Dermo on March 20, 2013, 05:30:15 AM
Dude you keep changing things as another does better,

The fact is sometimes one method will do better than the other and sometimes the other will do better.

I have done some testing and I have noticed that when you have 3 numbers on one line vertical or horizontal bet the other 3 numbers.
I have seen it going up to betting on 14 numbers but it seems to at least break even over the long run and that's the best you can hope for.
You cannot win at roulette in the long run with just flatbetting you need bankroll management too.

What I done then is added some bank roll management by increasing and lowering the base unit value and I am seeing it making 100-150 units per 60 spins.

That's about 100-150 base units a per hour at the casino.

Stop changing your system, pick one and add some BR management. Looks like you have a solid method of play mate.

My 2 cents

Cheers
I´ll pick this one, thank you!! Yes, it seems to be solid..  I´ll continue testing this solid one with flat betting.  Maybe I cannot win in the long run ; but I am curious to see how long it´ll take me. Slow and steady wins the race, as they say

#### Dermo

Quote from: Dane on March 20, 2013, 10:30:06 AM
I´ll pick this one, thank you!! Yes, it seems to be solid..  I´ll continue testing this solid one with flat betting.  Maybe I cannot win in the long run ; but I am curious to see how long it´ll take me. Slow and steady wins the race, as they say

Totally agree, all you need is something that is not very volatile and then apply some maths to it, hey presto your a winner

#### Dane

Quote from: Dane on March 19, 2013, 11:30:14 AM
The first days (sessions) of 2011, table 3:

"FIVE/FIVE"     "FOUR/FIVE"
1.         +23                 +31
2.         +34                 +27
3.         +28                 +26
4.         +11                 +25
5.         -   5                 +17
6.         +11                 - 15
7.         +29                 +27
8.         -   2                 -  4
9.         - 55                 +20
10.             0                 +30
11.         - 34                 +14
12.         - 87                 +12
13.          + 6                 +34
14.         - 47                 +  6
15.         - 80                 -   5
16.         +30                 +32
17.         -   1                  -  7
18.         - 41                  -11
19.         +30                  -  7
20.         +  8                 +15

Now I decided to concentrate on "FOUR/FIVE".  The results from the last days of January: -16+28+10+30+27-43-1+2-18-31-6.
January 2011: 249 units.
February: -128
March  :+234. Total: +355 units.
The other man involved in serious testing went through the first five months of 2012 ( 150 sessions from table 3):
176+282-2-29+155 =  582. Well begun is half done!

#### Dane

Just after exactly seven months (209 hits or sessions): +1041 units.

#### stringbeanpc

Quote from: Orochi on December 03, 2012, 08:27:06 PM
From the sample calculate:

15+10= 25
14+11=25
11+12=23
20+23=43=7

Learn to calculate, and start to win

Orochi,

Reminded me of the Decoding Roulette thread, which you also started.

I notice that your calculations all won within 6 spins, therefore if we want to put some rules to this example from post # 20 would these be correct ?

1) If  two consecutive spins are from the same decade (have same first digit 0,1,2,3)

2) Play the resulting sum of these numbers for X Spins
(say 6 spins or maximum of 35 spins)

15+10=25  Won 6 spins later
14+11=25  Won 2 spins later
11+12=23  Won 5 spins later

3) If the resulting sum is higher than 36, then calculate the root sum and play for X Spins

4) If multiple consecutive spins appear, each from the same decade, then play the resulting sum EACH two number group for X Spins

25+21=46=10=1   Complete Loss within next 36 spins
21+21=42=6       Won 14 spins later
21+20=41=5       Won 19 spins later
20+23=43=7       Won on next spin

Can you explain in more detail how to use this ?

Also noticed that European wheel gaps from pocket 20 to pocket 23  =  7 gaps
And from pocket 20 to pocket 7 = 7 gaps

Regards,

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