The system I would like to focus on at this point in time is as follows: We will be betting the 24 numbers that comprise the first dozen and 19/22 and 25/28 lines each and every time any of the numbers in the 13/16 and 31/34 lines hit (all B/O or R/E), and also if the 11, 12, 29, and 30 hits which will be in our winning sections, as these are also B/O and R/E numbers.

The bet will start at 2 chips on the 1/4, 7/10, 19/22 and 25/28 lines (8 chips total) following any occurence of a B/O or R/E number. Re-bet the same following any loss to a zero or other losing number. This will result in a net win of 4 chips, or a loss of 8 chips. Upon any loss we start again with 2 chips on each of these lines. Upon a win, we will wait for the next B/O or R/E number to hit and then parlay our previous winning bet and place 3 chips on each of the same lines we are betting (the 1/4, 7/10, 19/22 and 25/28.) This will result in a net win of 6 chips or a loss of 12 chips. After winning or losing the parlay bet, and after any loss, we go back to the first bet (2 chips on each line).

Essentially we are betting against a repeat of a B/O or R/E number, and we are profiting from the winning parlay bets, of which there will be many.

I find the easiest way to tally the results against spins is to add up the wins by circling all the +4's and +6's together (count these by 10's) and then go back and count up the stray +4's. After I have tallied my wins, I then circle and count all the -8's and then multiply 8 by their total. I write that down and then go back and circle and count the dreaded -12's, add that to the total loss number and then subtract the total losses from the total wins.

This system beat my 450 real spins that I personally recorded from real double zeroe wheels, and should do even better against a single zero wheel. The profits are not dramatic (+54 units), but neither are the losses, as no dangerous progressions are involved with this system.

I would very much like to hear your results with this system, and also any ideas you may have to make it even better.