Here's a method that I used to make money at Baccarat, but it could possibly work on E/C's for roulette or craps. You only need to win ONE OUT OF TEN (or 12) parlay attempts to have a net win for a series!

You may us it online (RNG) or at live tables. Make sure to only use a reputable online casino when playing RNG. I personally use 5DIMES (both live webcam and RNG), but as long as the casino you use is honest, you have a reasonable chance to win in the long-term.

There are four pieces of information needed in order to implement this method:

1. The wager amount

2. The side of the last winning decision (Banker or Player) - Rebet all ties.

3. Which side to select (Player or Banker) for original wager on the parlay attempt.

4. Which side to select (Player or Banker) for the second wager on the parlay attempt = (original wager + profits from original wager)

I. Wager Amount

10 bet levels to parlay: L1 = 1 unit, L2 = 1 unit, L3 = 1 unit, L4 = 2 units, L5 = 2 units, L6 = 3 units, L7 = 4 units, L8 = 6 units, L9 = 8 units, L10 = 10 units.

Total session bankroll required = 38 units. Session Target = 20 - 25 units.

For more aggressive players, you may decide to double your unit size after a session loss (76 unit session bankroll). Resume betting original unit size after recouping any prior session losses.

If your prefer, you could add 2 more levels: L11 = 14 units and L12 = 18 units for a Total Session Bankroll of 70 Units. Session Target = 40 - 50 units. More risk, but less chance of losing an entire betting sequence. However, I would avoid any increases in unit size after a session loss using this progression.

Parlay all 1st wins - if ANY parlay at ANY level is successful (i.e., 2 consecutive wins), you will always be in profit for the sequence: start betting sequence over and return to Level 1.

On Level 1, ALWAYS double 1st bet in sequence after winning TWO CONSECUTIVE parlays.

For example, let's assume you wager $5 on Level I and win the wager. You parlay the wager and win another $10. Net Win = $15.

You start over and wager $5 and win the wager. You parlay the wager and win another $10. Net Win = $15.

You just won two consecutive parlays with a next profit of $30.

Therefore, your next Level 1 wager is for $10. Let's assume you win this wager and win the parlay bet of $20. Net Win = $30

You win another wager of $10 and win another parlay bet of $20. Net Win = $30.

You just won another two consecutive parlays on Level 1: These two parlays net win = $60.

Total Net win = $30 + $60 = $90.

Therefore, your next Level 1 wager is for $20. You lose this wager, and now have a net profit of $70.

You next wager will be on Level 2 for $5.

I. Side Selection

There are four possible combinations to choose from when attempting to win a parlay wager (2 consecutive wins):

A. Bet the same side as the last decision , and parlay the winning bet on the same side (of your last wager).

B. Bet the same side as the last decision , and parlay the winning bet on the opposite side (of your last wager).

C. Bet the opposite side of the last decision , and parlay the winning bet on the same side (of your last wager).

D. Bet the opposite side of the last decision , and parlay the winning bet on the opposite side (of your last wager).

10 bet levels to parlay: L1 = 1 unit, L2 = 1 unit, L3 = 1 unit, L4 = 2 units, L5 = 2 units, L6 = 3 units, L7 = 4 units, L8 = 6 units, L9 = 8 units, L10 = 10 units.

Always start wagering sequence on Level 1, Bet Selection A (1A). After your 1st loss, the next bet selection will be Level 2, Bet Selection B (2B). A LOSS ON EITHER THE ORIGINAL WAGER OR THE PARLAY WAGER IS CONSIDERED A LOSS. MOVE UP TO THE NEXT LEVEL IN THE SEQUENCE AFTER ANY LOSS. ALSO, SELECT THE NEXT COMBINATION IN THE SIDE SELECTION (A, B, C, or D) AFTER EACH LOSS.

MOVE BACK TO LEVEL 1 ON ALL PARLAY WINS, USING THE SAME COMBINATION AS YOUR LAST WAGER.

EXAMPLE: Let's assume $5 per unit for the example below:

Last Decision = Player

Bet Level 1A = $5 on Player. Banker Wins. Total Net Loss = -$5

Bet Level 2B = $5 on Banker (because Banker was the last winning side) Player Wins: Total Net Loss = -$10

Bet Level 3C = $5 on Banker (because Player was the last winning side) Player Wins: Total Net Loss = -$15

Bet Level 4D = $10 on Banker (because Player was the last winning side) Player Wins: Total Net Loss = -$25

Bet Level 5A = $10 on Player (because Player was the last winning side) Banker Wins: Total Net Loss = -$35

Bet Level 6B = $15 on Banker (because Banker was the last winning side: Banker Wins $14.25 (after 5% commission). Parlay original bet plus winnings ($15 + $14) = $29 on PLAYER (see description of B above). Player wins $29.

Total Net Win = $14.25 + $29 = $43.25 - $35 (Total Net Losses) = $8.25 Net Profit.

As per rules above, next wager will be Level 1B, since your last wager won on side selection B. Continue betting 1B pattern until you lose. For this example, your next wager selection after a loss is Level 2C.

You will always be starting at level 2 after the first loss in a sequence, with your selection of A,B,C, or D as described above.

My experience shows that if you keep betting the same pattern over and over again, you will usually lose. There are no guarantees, but the switching pattern seems to work because your BET SELECTION CHANGES, DEPENDING UPON THE FLOW OF THE SHOE. That's the beauty of this method.

Additionally, Streaks of Banker and Player occur very often in Baccarat - This method is designed to take advantage of the streaks. Therefore, I had no problem winning, despite the 5% commission charged on banker wins.

You may substitute Player/Banker for Red/Black (roulette) and Pass/Don't Pass (craps), respectively using this method. HOWEVER, MY ONLY TESTING THUS FAR HAS ONLY BEEN WITH WITH BACCARAT.

Finally, I have not yet experienced two consecutive losing sessions using this method.

Good luck!

P.S. Don't forget that 38 units is the MAXIMUM you can lose in one regular session, or lose a MAXIMUM of 76 units using the aggressive bankroll session. The only way this happens is by never winning one parlay wager for the entire session, which I've not yet experienced.