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"Your First Time At A Roulette Table"

Started by Ronjo, November 29, 2007, 12:41:41 PM

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Toothpaste

Hi Ronjo.
I like reading your posts, very interesting stuff. It was good to read beginning experiences from good player like you, hope there will be alot more :)

Cheers, TP

MattyMattz


Ronjo

Quote from: Toothpaste on July 27, 2008, 06:27:05 AM
Hi Ronjo.
I like reading your posts, very interesting stuff. It was good to read beginning experiences from good player like you, hope there will be alot more :)

Cheers, TP

Hi TP,

Thanks for the compliment,I am no expert but I try my best to try and get the slightest edge Keep watching the posts,I will be posting often from now.

Ronjo.

TwoCatSam

.....and I'll guarantee you one thing....

I'll cut and paste so they don't get lost like the ones on the old forum!

Sm

Diarmaid

Looking forward Ronjo,

Cheers [smiley=beer.gif]
D

Ronjo

Hi Guys,

Have had a hectic past week,but in a few days I will get going on everything step by step. 8)

Regards,
Ronjo.

bloomone2002

Great thanks for the update. All the best. We'll be watching

Toothpaste

Thanks for update mate. We have time, no need to rush things...

Cheers, TP

TwoCatSam

TwoCatSam<--------drooling on his keyboard!

Lanky

Hi Ronjo.

Mate You take Your time Cobber.

I hope all is well on the Home front Buddy.

Love to the Family Mate.

Lanky

Ronjo

Quote from: bloomone2002 on July 26, 2008, 12:42:45 AM
Hello Ronjo,
Here are some spins from a double zero wheel at a land casino in the US to apply your method:
Bloom

Hi Bloom,
Here is the columns strategy I used to play against your spins.


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Remember to play the last two hit columns,and if you win keep playing for two more spins only if winning,if you lose play a one step progression only, its no good going deeper into a progression as you will only be beating a dead horse,and if you win after a progression stop betting and wait for two new columns,and start again.Try and play for three wins only and retrack again.On average you will find a column sleeping up to five spins and on occasions up to seven spins and you do get longer,this strategy is to take advantage of a sleeping column it would be safer to keep to three consecutive wins and then restart. You can see how the bets were exactly played in the two illustrations above there were sixty spins and we made a profit of $135.

Progression using $5 chips:
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Warning: playing bets on the outside of the table like the even bets and the dozens and columns is risky over a long term you will surely lose.

Regards,
Ronjo.

wiggy

Thanks for this example Ronjo! sounds great for a short term hit & run.

Although how can you be sure the columns will hold out in the long run?
When you lose on your suggested progression 8 units will be lost and it will take a little bit of good fortune again to build them back up...

Ronjo

Hi Wiggy,

Thats what I teach is that the columns and dozens or the evens bets could never hold out over the long term if you use the table layout,but I will show how you can use the wheel to capitalise on playing the columns, dozens,streets,quads,splits.It will take some time to do the illustrations but as soon as I have done them I will post them.I will show how I have used the table layout and then how I use the wheel layout with each strategy.

Best Regards,
Ronjo.

wiggy

Ronjo - I eagerly await your posts in the near future. You have sparked many discussions and ideas in these forums and I'm happy this experience you have learned is filtering out to the whole community.

If you need any help with anything don't hesitate to PM me! Keep the good times rolling!

Wiggy

Ronjo

Hi Guys,

Lets move on to another 24# method I used.But keep in mind that I am showing you how I progressed from the beginning of my playing days.I will show all the table layout methods from 24 #s down to 6#s,and then I will show wheel layout methods including the method I used to win the challenge.

OK so now we will use 24#s using the quads with six chips.
Below we have A and B and the quads are highlighted in yellow and we have a blue chip showing where to place the bet.
So now we are going to wait for a spin that does not hit the centre column,as you can see the centre column is covered all the time.So if we have a #3 come in we play all the quads that are highlighted in group B,and if we win we stop and we wait for another spin and play that group as long as it is not a centre column # we only play the first and third column #s.we only play for one win only.If we lose we stop and wait for another spin and then we use only a one step progression,and if we win or lose we wait for another spin and play that group as long as it is not a # in the centre column and go back to one chip per quad.So we are actually jumping from one group to the other and playing what is trending.
Look at the betting history illustrations below to see how the bets were made.If you dont understand let me know and I will give some examples.The following was from a real wheel.


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Starting Bankroll was $500
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Be Warned this is not a long term winner.
Regards,
Ronjo.

Ronjo

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