Whittacker Progression Roulette System for Dozen & Column Bets

Whittacker Progression Betting System

The Whittacker progression roulette system for the dozen and column bets.

In our December 2017 update, we have published a discussion about the Whittacker progression for even money bets.

Here is an adaptation of the Whittacker progression for the dozen and column bets:

( twelve number bets ).

If the Whittaker progression is applied to twelve number bets, the following starting sequence is used:

1. bet 1 unit

2. bet 1 unit

3. bet 2 units

If the first bet wins, profit: 2 units.

If the second bet wins, profit: 1 unit.

If the third bet wins, profit: 2 units.

In each of these cases, the progression begins new with the sequence: 1 – 1 – 2!

If the first 3 bets are lost, the next bet is determined as follows:

with a negative balance between 4 to 9 units, the balance is divided by 2,

with a negative balance between 10 to 21 units the balance is divided by 3,

with a negative balance between 22 to 100 units the balance is divided by 4,

With a negative balance of over 100 units, the balance is divided by 5.

If the result of the division is not a whole number, then this number is always rounded up.

The progression starts always with a bet size of 1 unit!

· Bet No. 1: 1 unit, in case of a win next bet 1 unit, in case of a loss:

· Bet No. 2: 1 unit, in case of a win next bet 1 unit, in case of a loss:

· Bet No. 3: 2 units, in case of a win next bet 1 unit, in case of a loss: 4 : 2 = 2

· Bet No. 4: 2 units, in case of a win next bet 1 unit, in case of a loss 6 : 2 = 3

· Bet No. 5: 3 units, in case of a win next bet 1 unit, in case of a loss 9 : 2 = 4.5 =5

· Bet No. 6: 5 units, in case of a win next bet 1 unit, in case of a loss 14 : 3 = 4.66 = 5

· Bet No. 7: 5 units, in case of a win next bet 4 : 2 = 2 units, in case of a loss 19 : 3 = 6.33 = 7

· Bet No. 8: and so forth…

Example 1, from Table No.1, Spielbank Hamburg, 2003-04-03, Dozens (spin 1 – spin 40), betting selection: before last (we do not recommend this betting selection, it is solely to demonstrate the progression).

The highest bet size in this demo is 2 units.

The net result for the progression after 40 spins: + 13 units.

The net result for flat betting after 40 spins: + 4 units.

Example 2, from Table No.1, Spielbank Hamburg, 2003-04-05, Columns (spin 1 – spin 60), betting selection: last (we do not recommend this betting selection, it is solely to demonstrate the progression).

The highest bet size in this session is 14 units.

The net result for the progression after 60 spins: + 7 units.

The net result for flat betting after 60 spins: – 8 units.

As you can see in example 2 we need only a couple of bets to recover after a bad spin run. However, this example is a good demonstration not to use the bet on last for twelve number bets.

If you lose a bet due to zero /double zero, repeat the bet. The amount lost due to the zero appearance has to be subtracted from the session balance.

The Whittaker progression should be used in no case without a good betting selection.

Both, the selection “bet on last” and “bet before last” are in no way good betting selections for 12 number bets. They, once again, were only used to make the progression clear!


Double Bet

This special system aims to reveal the series, forming on three even chances, and use them.

With this method there is no difference in what choices to choose.

The main thing is to play chosen chances motionlessly. For the best understanding a technology of betting there is an explanation on one chance. It requires a small progression on scheme: 1-2-4-8.

After the first bet of one unit, we play the double bet. The first winning brings 2, the first double bet – 4, the second
double bet – 8 and the third double bet – 16 units.

If the first bet or one of the three double bets is lost, do the second bet of two units for the reason of putting only two double bets. The first winning brings 4, the first double bet – 8, the second double bet 16 units.

If this spin brings a loss, follow the third bet in 4 units for the reason of putting only one double bet. If this also loses, do the fourth bet in 8 units. Double bet herewith spin is excluded. The fourth bet can be lost too. In such a case, the game starts from the beginning of the respective chance.

In a very non-favorable case, even two dispositions can be lost in one row. The requirement to the bankroll in this method is a
generally accepted attitude 1 to 4. Profit expectations of 200 dollars require a bankroll of 800 dollars. We do not advise you to begin the game having less than 200 units.


The Zero Factor Betting System

Zero Factor Betting System

Betting “all sides”; is that really The Most Stupid Bet?

Mr. Oops explains why this seemingly stupid bet can be a really good idea…

DO YOU use progressions? Do you bet on the “even” chances, Columns, Dozens, or the Streets (3- or 6-numbers)? If your answer is “yes” to both questions, this one is for you! I am going to show you that betting “all sides” of a bet – meaning both Red AND Black, all three Dozens or, why not, all twelve Single Streets at the same time – will eliminate a part of the loss when a Zero hits and, in the case of the “even” chances, will need a smaller bankroll than needed when betting one side only!

Why the latter is the case, is explained in Part 2, while showing how to achieve the former will be done with the aid of an example sequence of spins (25 – 10 – 18 – 25 – 33 – 7 – 30 – 7 – 0 – 29) where a progression (Martingale) is used on the Low/High bet. I chose the Low/High bet because of simplicity (you can easily see which won) and the Martingale because of clarity (a double bet is very distinct). However, all of this is adaptable to other progressions and all the above-mentioned bets, and you will have no problems understanding how to use your favorites.

To really understand what happens here, I think it is necessary to first show what happens if only one side at the time is bet. Let us start with Low:

Spin 1: We bet 1 on Low. Decision: 25 High. We lose. Net Result: -1
Spin 2: We bet 2 on Low. Decision: 10 Low. We win. Acc Net Result: +1
Spin 3: We bet 1 on Low. Decision: 18 Low. We win. Acc Net Result: +2
Spin 4: We bet 1 on Low. Decision: 25 High. We lose. Acc Net Result: +1
Spin 5: We bet 2 on Low. Decision: 33 High. We lose. Acc Net Result: -1
Spin 6: We bet 4 on Low. Decision: 7 Low. We win. Acc Net Result: +3
Spin 7: We bet 1 on Low. Decision: 30 High. We lose. Acc Net Result: +2
Spin 8: We bet 2 on Low. Decision: 7 Low. We win. Acc Net Result: +4
Spin 9: We bet 1 on Low. Decision: ZERO! We lose. Acc Net Result: +3
Spin 10: We bet 2 on Low. Decision: 29 High. We lose. Acc Net Result: +1

The Zero Factor Part 2

SpinLow/HighBetDecisionWin/LoseAcc Net Result
11 Low + 1 HighWe bet Nothing as the two are equal5 Low0
21 Low + 2 High We bet 1 on High as 2 – 1 = 16 LowLose-1
31 Low + 4 High We bet 3 on High as 4 – 1 = 310 LowLose-4

 
As we lost the 4 units on High, we terminate the session.

As you can see, the bankroll needed is not 7 units; it’s only 4! But this is the Martingale; I have used it in the examples because it is a simple progression and it clearly shows what is happening. As I have said before; any progression can be used. When using the Martingale progression, we mostly have the lowest bet of 1 unit, meaning that the other bets are not lowered very much. There can be a big difference, however, if you use a progression that does not immediately return to the lowest bet after a win (and/or you start with another value than 1). Such a progression is the d’Alembert; increase your bet by 1 unit after a loss and decrease it by 1 unit after a win. Let’s see what would have happened if we had used this progression instead, betting the ten spins from Part 1.

SpinLow/HighBetDecisionWin/LoseAcc Net Result
11 Low + 1 HighWe bet Nothing as the two are equal25 High0
22 Low + 1 HighWe bet 1 on Low as 2 – 1 = 110 LowWin+1
31 Low + 2 HighWe bet 1 on High as 2 – 1 = 118 LowLose0
41 Low + 3 HighWe bet 2 on High as 3 – 1 = 225 HighWin+2
52 Low + 2 HighWe bet Nothing as the two are equal33 High+2
63 Low + 1 HighWe bet 2 on Low as 3 – 1 = 27 LowWin+4
72 Low + 2 High We bet Nothing as the two are equal30 High+4
83 Low + 1 HighWe bet 2 on Low as 3 – 1 = 27 LowWin+6
92 Low + 2 HighWe bet Nothing as the two are equalZERO!+6
103 Low + 3 HighWe bet Nothing as the two are equal29 High+6

 

Compare this result with the two results from betting one side at the time or the added result of both – these figures:

Low/HighBet TotalWon TotalNet Total
Low20 Units18 Units-2 Units
High18 Units22 Units+4 Units
Low/High Added38 Units40 Units+2 Units
Low/High Difference8 Units14 Units+6 Units

 
This is FOUR UNITS MORE – the bet we didn’t do when the Zero hit (Spin 9)! Also note that only a total of EIGHT units were at stake, instead of 38 – not even one-quarter of the added bets!

Suppose now, that we have four Low hits in a row:

SpinLow/HighBetDecisionWin/LoseACC Net Result
Spin 114 Low + 2 HighWe bet 2 on Low as 4 – 2 = 216 LowWin+8
Spin 123 Low + 3 HighWe bet Nothing as the two are equal18 Low+8
Spin 132 Low + 4 HighWe bet 2 on High as 4 – 2 = 217 LowLose+6
Spin 141 Low + 5 HighWe bet 4 on High as 5 – 1 = 415 LowLose+2

 
Now, the figures are:
 

Low/HighBet TotalWon TotalNet Total
Low30 Units38 Units+8 Units
High32 Units22 Units-10 Units

 

Low/HighBet TotalWon TotalNet Total
Low/high Added62 Units60 Units-2 Units
Low/High Difference16 Units18 Units+2 Units

 
By using only 16 units instead of 62 – close to 25% – we have turned a negative result into a positive one! There is still only the four units difference (due to the Zero at Spin 9) but in this case that is enough to keep us on the safe side. For a while…

As a final, let me show you the Reversed Labouchere applied to the different betting on the 14 spins above. I will use the line (also bankroll) “1 – 2 – 3 – 4” (first bet is 5 units, total bankroll is 10), adding won bets (to the right) and canceling lost ones. The minimum bet is 5 units. This one is going to LOSE! Here we go:

L line: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4
H line: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4
Spin 1: (5 Low + 5 High) We bet Nothing as the two are equal. Decision: 25 High. Net Result: 0

L line: X – 2 – 3 – X
H line: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5
Spin 2: (5 Low + 6 High) We bet 1 on High as 6 – 5 = 1. Decision: 10 Low. We lose. Acc Net Result: -1

L line: X – 2 – 3 – X – 5
H line: X – 2 – 3 – 4 – X
Spin 3: (7 Low + 6 High) We bet 1 on Low as 7 – 6 = 1. Decision: 18 Low. We win. Acc Net Result: 0

L line: X – 2 – 3 – X – 5 – 7
H line: X – X – 3 – X – X ==> Next bet less than min. Bankroll #1 gone (-7) NEW LINE! 1 – 2 – 3 – 4
Spin 4: (9 Low + 5 High) We bet 4 on Low as 9 – 5 = 4. Decision: 25 High. We lose. Acc Net Result: -4

L line: X – X – 3 – X – 5 – X
H line: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5
Spin 5: (8 Low + 6 High) We bet 2 on Low as 8 – 6 = 2. Decision: 33 High. We lose. Acc Net Result: -6

L line: X – X – X – X – X – X ==> Bankroll #2 gone (-10, Tot -17) NEW LINE! 1 – 2 – 3 – 4
H line: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6
Spin 6: (5 Low + 7 High) We bet 2 on High as 7 – 5 = 2. Decision: 7 Low. We lose. Acc Net Result: -8

L line: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5
H line: X – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – X
Spin 7: (6 Low + 7 High) We bet 1 on High as 7 – 6 = 1. Decision: 30 High. We win. Acc Net Result: -7

L line: X – 2 – 3 – 4 – X
H line: X – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – X – 7
Spin 8: (6 Low + 9 High) We bet 3 on High as 9 – 6 = 3. Decision: 7 Low. We lose. Acc Net Result: -10

L line: X – 2 – 3 – 4 – X – 6
H line: X – X – 3 – 4 – 5 – X – X
Spin 9: (8 Low + 8 High) We bet Nothing as the two are equal. Decision: ZERO! Acc Net Result: -10

L line: X – X – 3 – 4 – X – X
H line: X – X – X – 4 – X – X – X Bankroll #3 gone (-6, Tot -23) NEW LINE! 1 – 2 – 3 – 4
Spin 10: (7 Low + 5 High) We bet 2 on Low as 7 – 5 = 2. Decision: 29 High. We lose. Acc Net Result: -12

L line: X – X – X – X – X – X Bankroll #4 gone (-10, Tot -33) NEW LINE! 1 – 2 – 3 – 4
H line: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5
Spin 11: (5 Low + 6 High) We bet 1 on High as 6 – 5 = 1. Decision: 16 Low. We lose. Acc Net Result: -13

L line: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5
H line: X – 2 – 3 – 4 – X
Spin 12: (6 Low + 6 High) We bet Nothing as the two are equal. Decision: 18 Low. Acc Net Result: -13

L line: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6
H line: X – X – 3 – X – X Bankroll #5 gone (-7, Tot -40) NEW LINE! 1 – 2 – 3 – 4
Spin 13: (7 Low + 5 High) We bet 2 on Low as 7 – 5 = 2. Decision: 17 Low. We win. Acc Net Result: -11

L line: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 7
H line: X – 2 – 3 – X
Spin 14: (8 Low + 5 High) We bet 3 on Low as 8 – 5 = 3. Decision: 15 Low. We win. Acc Net Result: -8

At the end of this series of 14 spins, we could have (if we had bet the added bets) been betting a whopping 178 units (Low 92, High 86) and won a total of 154 units (Low 98, High 56) giving a total net result of -24. We also had to be prepared to use at least seven bankrolls (5 lost and two in working), meaning a total of at least 70 units. Betting the difference, we had a TOTAL of 22 units AT STAKE – that’s less than the TOTAL RESULT for betting the added – and won 14 giving us a net result of -8. In terms of bankrolls/lines we never used two as the worst down was 13 units and in terms of betting only one side, we can divide the added result by two to get a figure in between Bet 89 units, Won 77 units, Lost 2.5 lines or bankrolls and having a total of 6.5 units in profit, working. So at least 4 bankrolls were needed here, meaning a total of 40 units as we lost 2.5 x 10 units and have one line in working. The “difference betting” did never even get close to two.

In my opinion, this is saving money!

Zero Factor Bankroll Benefit Part 3

The most obvious benefit is that you need one bankroll LESS than you would, had you bet the sum of all bets. So for betting Red/Black, you will only need one bankroll, for betting all the Dozens you need two, for the Double Streets five, and for the Single Streets, you will need eleven bankrolls. Let me explain why this is so:

The technique behind betting the difference is, as we saw in Part 1, to subtract the lowest bet from all bets. One consequence of this is that the lowest bet will reduce itself to nothing and this will happen every time you are betting. And then, as you actually completely delete one bet every time, you are saving one bankroll namely the bankroll handling the “lowest bet”.

But you don’t have a bankroll handling the lowest bets, only the Red/Black bankroll! Well, that doesn’t matter, really; as you are deleting one bet every spin, no matter what bet – this will even out in the long run – you are in fact deleting one complete bankroll, and deleting one bankroll means that one bankroll is saved. That’s why you only need

For betting RED and BLACK: 1 bankroll
For betting LOW and HIGH: 1 bankroll
For betting EVEN and ODD: 1 bankroll
For betting ALL COLUMNS: 2 bankrolls
For betting ALL DOZENS: 2 bankrolls
For betting ALL DOUBLE STREETS: 5 bankrolls
For betting ALL SINGLE STREETS: 11 bankrolls

But this is not all
: You will, in reality, need even less than that! This is due to the fact that you always subtract the lowest bet from all bets thus diminishing all bets to some degree – admittedly most of the time by one single unit only. But this is enough to give you a reduction of your bankroll needs and this is especially obvious for the “even” chances Red/Black, Low/High, or Even/Odd as the bankroll needed for betting both ways at the same time is LESS than what is needed for betting only one side! First, you delete one bet/bankroll so you will only need one. But then your lowest bet (that never will be actually bet) will reduce the other bet thus giving the result of a lower bet than what should have been bet in an original way.

Let’s look at it this way: We are going to bet the Martingale up to, and including the third bet, thus the bankroll needed is 1 + 2 + 4 = 7 units (this is NOT a recommended way to play). If the third bet (4 units) is lost, we stop the game. Now, we hit the bad streak:

The Zero Factor Part 4

Spin 10: 1 + 5 = 6. (This is true for all spins – check it!)
So, what’s the benefit here? The answer is: There is none! There is no benefit at all, because of the way we made the bets; we were betting as if we were two persons betting one side each, and at the end of the series we put our results together. This is obviously a dead-end but we can do exactly the same thing in a much better way: Betting the DIFFERENCE between the two bets (or between ALL bets, if you are betting something else). This means that you subtract the lowest bet (in units) from all bets – even itself, thereby making itself a zero-unit bet (no bet). Have a look at the same sequence as above, bet this way:

SpinLow/HighBetDecisionWin/LoseAcc Net Result
11 Low + 1 HighWe bet Nothing as the two are equal25 High0
22 Low + 1 High We bet 1 on Low as 2 – 1 = 110 LowWin+1
31 Low + 2 High We bet 1 on High as 2 – 1 = 118 LowLose0
41 Low + 4 HighWe bet 3 on High as 4 – 1 = 325 HighWin+3
52 Low + 1 HighWe bet 1 on Low as 2 – 1 = 133 HighLose+2
64 Low + 1 HighWe bet 3 on Low as 4 – 1 = 37 LowWin+5
71 Low + 2 HighWe bet 1 on High as 2 – 1 = 130 HighWin+6
82 Low + 1 HighWe bet 1 on High as 2 – 1 = 17 LowWin+7
91 Low + 2 HighWe bet 1 on High as 2 – 1 = 1ZERO!Lose+6
102 Low + 4 HighWe bet 2 on High as 4 – 2 = 229 HighWin+8

 

As we saw above, when we actually bet both sides at the same time, the result after spin 8 was +7 units. This last way, the result is the same – exactly as all the other results before the eighth spin (check it). So there is still no benefit up to and including Spin 8! The truth is:

As long as the Zero doesn’t hit, the result of betting the difference will always be exactly the same as betting all sides at the same time. But when the Zero hits, only the difference is at stake thus losing less than if both sides had been bet – this is “The Zero Factor”.

Now compare the “added” result with the “difference” result after the 9th spin, when the Zero has hit: Betting both sides, the result is +4 but betting the difference keeps our result up at +6 – that’s two units more! And this difference will be the same for all future spins (as can be seen at Spin 10 where the “added” result is +6 while the “difference” result is +8) until the zero hits again when the difference will be even bigger.

As the last example in this part, I will show you how to calculate the “difference” bets when you are betting, for example, the Double Streets (6 numbers). Suppose your six bets – according to your six separate progressions – are 5 + 6 + 2 + 6 + 2 + 3 for Streets 1 to 6 respectively. The lowest bet is 2 and in this figure, we subtract from all bets including the 2s themselves. This ends up in that for Streets 1 to 6 you shall bet 3 + 4 + 0 + 4 + 0 + 1 (no bets on Streets 3 and 5). Whichever street wins, your result will be exactly the same in both cases (try it!) but if the Zero hits you will lose only 12 units betting the difference, compared to betting all streets when the loss would be 24 – you save HALF the bet!

This is saving money exploiting “The Zero Factor

In the second part, I will show you why a smaller bankroll is needed when betting both sides of “even” chances, compared to betting one side only. There is, however, something there even for you who bet the thirds or the streets as the savings are considered using the “difference” instead of all sides – you always save more than one bankroll!

IN PART 1 we learned that any kind of progression and any of the bets “Even”, Thirds or Streets, will benefit from betting the difference of an all-sides betting. But this way may at first appear expensive as you have to bet all sides – two bankrolls for Red/Black betting, three for Dozens, etc. Please, let me assure you this is not so.

The Zero Factor Part 5

Spin 8: +4,

Spin 9: +3 and

Spin 10: +1 as those figures are keys to understanding how this works. Now let’s see what happens when we are betting High:

SpinBetDecisionWin/LoseAcc Net Result
11 on High25 HighWin+1
21 on High10 LowLose0
32 on High18 LowLose-2
44 on High25 HighWin+2
51 on High33 HighWin+3
61 on High7 LowLose+2
72 on High30 HighWin+4
81 on High7 LowLose+3
92 on HighZERO!Lose+1
104 on High29 HighWin+5

 

(Please note the three last results) This is not a bad ending, is it? We are 1 unit up on Low and 5 units up on High despite we had a total loss on the Zero. So it didn’t matter which side we were betting on; the end result is positive. But what would happen if we bet BOTH sides at the SAME TIME?

SpinBetTotal BetDecisionWin/LoseAcc Net Result
11 Low + 1 High225 HighWin 1, Lose 10
22 Low + 1 High310 LowWin 2, Lose 1+1
31 Low + 2 High318 LowWin 1, Lose 20
41 Low + 4 High525 HighWin 4, Lose 1+3
52 Low + 1 High333 HighWin 1, Lose 2+2
64 Low + 1 High57 LowWin 4, Lose 1+5
71 Low + 2 High330 HighWin 2, Lose 1+6
82 Low + 1 High37 LowWin 2, Lose 1+7
91 Low + 2 High3ZERO!Win 0, Lose 3+4
102 Low + 4 High629 HighWin 4, Lose 2+6

 

If you compare these last three results with the sum of the same results above, you will find that they are exactly the same:

Spin 8: 4 + 3 = 7,

Spin 9: 3 + 1 = 4


Garcia Betting System For Roulette

Garcia Betting System

Garcia System Part 1

The Garcia betting system has been used quite successfully for the game roulette. Quite a few online roulette sites will have practice games to perfect this strategy before making a deposit. Long runs of any of the ‘Even Chances’ have caused problems with gamblers ever since Roulette was invented in the 19th century. Many systems have been designed to try and cope with the problem. Some have been relatively successful; others, of course, have been disastrous.

The Garcia System is designed to be able to cope with the occasional losses. It also takes advantage of the inevitable long runs of the same ‘Even Chance’ that occur from time to time.

Method of Play

The basic staking plan is very simple – £1, £3 & £7. Any or all of the ‘Even Chances’ may be used.

Bets are made on every spin of the wheel except the first spin.

This System is therefore very suitable for the gambler who likes to be active rather than sit for long periods of time, awaiting suitable opportunities to bet.

Using Red & Black as an example, if the first spin turns out to be Red, the first bet in the betting sequence (£1) is placed immediately on the opposite color – Black.

If this bet wins, a new betting sequence starts but betting on the opposite color – in this case, Red. If, however, the first bet of £I had lost, the next bet in the sequence (£3) is placed, still on Black.

Again, if this £3 bet wins, we start a new betting sequence, but on the opposite color. If the £3 bet loses, though, the final bet in our betting sequence (£7) is placed on Black.

So, to clarify the position after four spins of the wheel, and if we had reached our bet of £7, the sequence of colors has been RRRR. After the first Red, all the bets have been on Black. A total of £11 has now been lost and if our progression was designed to be longer and the run of Reds from the wheel was to continue, it would turn out to be quite disastrous.

The £11 loss is now put to one side and our play modified, not only to try and recoup this loss but also to move us into profit.

If the run of the Reds were to continue, it would seem to be a good idea to try and capitalize on this; if the Reds did not continue, however, surely this would be a good point in play to accept a loss and effectively start again.

The Garcia betting strategy, therefore, is changed to accommodate this.

The £11 loss is now raised to a number divisible by three – in this case, £12, and then divided by three, equaling £4.

This £4 is now placed as a bet, not on Black as before, but on Red, betting that the run of Reds is going to continue. If it does, then it only has to continue for another three spins for all the previous losses (£11) to be completely eradicated! If it only continues for another two spins, one bet will have been won and one lost – i.e. the total loss to date will remain the same at £11.

However, if the run of Reds does not continue after the fourth spin (i.e. if a Black appears) the further loss is only another £4. If this does happen the total loss to date will be £15 – this, then, is put to one side and will be dealt with later on in the play.

So, you see, we are very effectively limiting our losses to realistic levels yet giving ourselves the opportunity to capitalize on potential winning spins, at very little risk, rather than sit there and do nothing at all about it!

At this stage, a completely new betting sequence is started with the £1 as before, but betting on the opposite color to that which appeared last -in this case the bet will be on Red (it was the Black on the fifth spin that caused the £4 loss, don’t forget).

Garcia System Part 2

Play continues, as described in the earlier paragraphs, always reverting to a new betting sequence after a win, until the next (inevitable) time when all three bets in the sequence have been lost again. This time, though, all of the profits made in the time between the two losses of £11 are added up and divided by two. If it is assumed that a total profit of £18 was made since the first loss of £11, then half of that figure (£9) is deducted from the earlier £11 (or £15, as the case may be) and the resultant amount added to the current loss of £11. In other words, if the earlier loss was, in fact, £15, then the £9 would be deducted from this, leaving a resultant loss of £6. This £6 is then added to the current £11 loss, making £17. Now, as before, this £17 figure is raised to a number divisible by three – £18 – and a third (£6) is placed as the next bet, betting that the series that has caused the current £11 loss will continue. As before, if it does, the £17 loss will be wiped out within three spins – if not, any further loss will be kept to a minimum. This cycle of play is continued until the profits reach the target figure nominated by the player.

Obviously, if there are a large number of runs of four of the Even Chance being used, with their consequent losses of £11 upwards, and relatively small profits in between these losses, then the player must consider bringing into play a realistic financial cut-off point.

Before this cut-off point is reached though, there will be many opportunities to retire with a slightly lesser profit than that possible with continued play.

For example, if, after a particularly bad run of play, the first bet after an £11 loss has reached, say, £20 (i.e. a third of the total loss of £60), then the player should consider whether it would be worth continuing to bet on if this first bet won. After all, he would have recouped £20 back, leaving a resultant loss for the period of £40. Against this must be set all the other profitable periods of play during a session – surely far better to go home with a possible small profit rather than a much larger loss caused by trying to chase the loss with bigger and bigger bets.

Don’t forget that it only takes one run of six to completely eradicate all previous losses – if the run continues, of course, the profits will rise rapidly. Extensive testing of this System using a computer has shown it to produce far higher than average profits and this, together with the ability of the System to deal with the problematic long runs, would seem to make this a very good playable System.

The following pages show a typical bad sequence of play and demonstrate that it only wants the one good run to appear to eradicate all previous losses.

As with most other Systems, though, the ‘human choice’ factor can come into play.

On page (v) it can be seen that, when placing the £12 bets, one could have stopped play after the second win; this would have resulted in £24 being knocked off the £34 deficit effectively enabling play to continue with the much lower outstanding loss of £10. At the end of the play, the overall profit would still have been a reasonable £16.

Study the method of play carefully before committing money to the tables; on a quiet table, it is essential that the calculation and placement of bets are rapid and completely automatic. The croupier will know that you are operating a system of some kind and will usually try to speed up the spin rate in order to break the rhythm and, hence, tip the balance of play in favor of the casino.

Bet
1 B
3 B
1 R
1 B
I R
1 B
3 B
1 R
1 B
1 R
3 R
7 R
4 B
1 B
1 R
3 R
7 R
1 B
3 B
1 R
I B
3 B
1 R
1 B
3 B
7 B
7 R
7 R
7 R
1 R

Garcia System Part 3

Spin W/L Net Loss Running
R Profit Set aside Total

R L
B W +2 +2
R W +1 +3
B W +1 +4
R W +1 +5
R L
B W +2 +7
R W +1 +8
B W +1 +9
B L
B L
B L -11
R L -4 -15
B
B
B
R
R
B
R
R
B
R
R
R
R
R
R
B
R
W
L
L
W
L
W
W
L
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
L
W
+1
+3
+2
+1
+2
+1
· 11 +7 +7
· 7 +1 10/2=5
· 14
+1
+4
+6
+7
+9
+I0
+14
15 -5=10+11=
21/3=7
+1

Commentary

The play starts with the Red spin. Betting, therefore, commences with £1 on Black.

These losses and the next bet of £3 on Black wins giving a net profit of £2.

A new betting sequence is started with £1 on Red.

Play continues in this manner until a loss of the ‘Bank’ of £11 occurs. All three bets in the betting sequence have now been lost.

Ignoring the £9 profit made to date, the £11 is now raised to a number divisible by three i.e. £12, divided by three
(£4) and this figure bet as the next bet on Black. Unfortunately, these losses and the total loss to date become £15. Play continues until another ‘Bank’ loss occurs. As can be seen, another loss of £11 occurs when the accumulated profits for the session reach just £10. This profit is now halved (£5), deducted from the set-aside loss of £15, leaving £10 outstanding.

This £10 is now added to the current loss of £11, making £21 and divided by three (£7). The plan is now to place three £7 bets betting that the run of Reds is going to continue. They do, but only for a further two spins. The third £7 bet loses, leaving a net profit of just £7. This is deducted from the total loss figure of £21, leaving £14 outstanding.

Bet Spin W/L
1B R L
3B B W
1R R W
1B R L
3B R L
7B B W
1R R W
IB R L
3B B W
IR B L
3R B L
7R B L
7B B W
7B R L

Net
Profit
+2
+1
+3
+1
+2
+7
· 7

IB R L
3B R L
7B B W +3
IR R W +1
IB R L
3B R L
7B R L
12R R W +12
12R R W +12
12R R W +12
12R R W +12
12R B L -12

Loss Running
Set Aside Total
+3
+4
+7
+8
+I0
+19
· 25
+3
+4
+21
+23
1R B L
3R R W +2
IB B W +1
IR B L
3R R W +2
+2
+3
+5

Commentary

Play continues as before until another loss occurs. Once again, another £11 ‘Bank’ is lost. The profit made since the last ‘Bank’ was lost is £10. This is halved and the resultant £5 is deducted from the outstanding loss to date of £14 equaling £9. This £9 is added to the current loss of £11 equaling £20. This £20 is raised to a number divisible by three i.e. 21 and £7 is used as the next series of bets. The first of these wins and the second loses leaving play in a state of equilibrium at-£11. This £11 loss is added to the outstanding loss of £14 to give a new outstanding loss to date of £25. When the next £11 ‘Bank’ is lost the same procedure is followed. The profit of £4 is halved, the £2 deducted from the £25, giving £23 plus the £11 equaling £34. Raising the £34 to a number divisible by three equals £36 which means that the next series of bets will have to be £12 each. Four out of the five bets win giving a net profit of £36. This effectively wipes out all of the deficit and also gives a small profit of £2. When this is added to all the previous accumulated profits of £21 plus the profits made after this last loss, we have a resultant overall profit of £28.

Not bad for hours of play!


Famous Progressions Betting Systems

Famous Progression Betting System

Martingale

The Famous Progression betting systems are some of the first betting systems most people will learn. They are easy to use and can result in many very quick wins. Here’s how they work:

Start off with a basic wager amount. Let’s say $5, to start. If you lose, place a $10 bet on the next round. If you lose again place a $20 bet. Lose again, $40, and so on and so on. You double up every single time until you finally win, and then start off again at $5. Let’s assume we happened to win the $40 hand. In the previous hands, we lost $35 ($5 + $10 + $20) dollars, on the $40 hand we won. Our total winnings are $40 – $35 = $5. It turns out that no matter how many times you double, as long as you can keep on doubling, you will eventually win and get your starting wager amount back.

Pros

Very high chance of winning your basic betting amount ($5 in the example above) Easy and simple to use

Cons

Complications arise for games like blackjack, where you may need to double or split. Casinos have betting limits that prevent you from doubling indefinitely. Depending on the table, this limit can be $100, $200, $500, or even $10,000. But eventually, you will reach that limit. When you do, you could find yourself losing a lot of money.

It’s possible that you may have consecutive losses in a row, whereby, doubling of bets can escalate very quickly resulting in heavy losses. For this reason, its good to have a cap where you reset back to your initial bet (see Reverse Martingale and Parlay below).

Note: using this system it is a good idea to have an easily obtainable goal for the amount of money where you will end your gameplay. Walk away once you’ve reached your goal.

Overall

Before you decide to use this system, consider the following very carefully. On an American roulette wheel, by betting on a single color, you have about a 47% chance of winning and a 53% chance of losing. If you start your bet at $5, and the table has a maximum of $500, that leaves you with roughly a 1 in 100 chance of losing $635, with no further opportunities to double up. Given that at most internet casinos, you can easily play 200 or more rounds of roulette in an hour, this method becomes a big loser. Avoid it at all costs.

Grand Martingale

Like the Martingale above, except that after each bet you not only double your principal amount of money, but you add a base unit (original bet amount) to it each and every time. Considering that the Martingale is such a loser, this method, which requires even more money, can only be considered worse. Avoid it.

Mini Grand Martingale

Like the Martingale above, except that after each bet you not only double your principal amount of money, but you add $1 to it each and every time. Considering that the Martingale is such a loser, this method, which requires even more money, can only be considered worse. Avoid it.

Reverse Martingale or Parlay

Similar to the Martingale, everything is reversed. Start with some basic amount (let’s say $5), and then double up after each win, up to some fixed amount. If you lose, start all over again at your basic amount.

Pros

Each progression through the betting sequence will limit your loss to your initial bet. So every time you complete a “sequence” of bets, you will only lose your initial amount or win a very large amount. As easy and simple to use as the Martingale.

Cons

It can be difficult to have enough wins in a row to make any money through this method, and by the time you do have enough wins to get ahead, you may have already lost more than you win.

Overall

This is a reasonably safe betting system. It doesn’t carry the same level of stress that the Martingale carries, and if you stick to the system since each sequence of bets only costs you $5 initially, you can get a lot of satisfaction out of it.

Labouchere

One of the more complicated and insidious betting systems. In this system, you pick a series of numbers. For example, 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8. When placing your bet, select the first and last number in the series and add them together. In this series, you would choose 1 and 8, for a total of 9. You then place a $9 bet. If you win, you cross out the 1 and 8. The system becomes 2-3-4-5-6-7. On the other hand, if you lose you cross out the 1 and add the 9 to the back of the system. It then becomes 2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9. Repeat the betting process for the new system. If you manage to cross out all of the numbers, start at the very beginning with a new sequence of numbers.

Once again, this system is intuitively appealing. In order to end up ahead, you need to win half as many times as you lose. Given that on a standard roulette wheel, you have around a 47:53 win: loss ratio, it becomes relatively easy to complete the sequence of numbers. However, a sequence can sometimes spiral out of control and you could end up losing a large amount of money.

Pros

Each progression through the betting sequence ends up with a decent chance of ending up ahead, meaning that you’ll win
more often than you lose

Cons

A relatively complicated system, you may need some practice with it before making use of it at a casino. Like the Martingale, the potential for loss is very high–probably the highest out of all betting systems mentioned here.

Overall

The potential for loss using the Labouchere is high. As was mentioned above, it can become very easy for a betting sequence to spiral out of control causing you to bet more than you’re prepared to bet.

Other Systems

D’Alembert

Start with an initial bet. Every time you lose, increase your bet by that initial amount. Every time you win, lower it by that initial amount.

This is a progression system that tries to win back your losses in small steps instead of all at once like the Martingale. It was designed for use on the even chance bets on a roulette table but can be used on any even chance bets.

Concept

d’Alembert works under the assumption that over a period of time, there will be an equal number of ‘reds’ and ‘blacks’.
We start the session by placing one unit ($1, $5, or any other value) on one of the even chance bets (e.g. ‘red’), after a losing spin we increase the next bet by one unit and after a winning bet we decrease the next bet by one unit. So if we were betting on ‘red’ and the spins were – black, black, black, red, black, red, red, black, red, red, red – then the bets placed would be as follows (the numbers in brackets show the level of your bankroll after the spin):

1 (-1), 2 (-3), 3 (-6), 4 (-2), 3 (-5), 4 (-1), 3 (+2),
2 (+0), 3 (+3), 2 (+5), 1 (+6)

This sequence would end with a win of $6. As you can see, as soon as the number of ‘reds’ is equal to the number of
‘blacks’ plus one then the sequence ends with a win. You may also notice that after the 7th, 9th and 10th spins we were
also showing a profit, this is because the bets placed on winning spins are one unit greater than the previous losing
spin. Having the possibility of a positive bankroll before the sequence is complete allows us to choose to cut the session short and take a smaller win rather than risking the chance of the session ending badly.

The Catch

Although the d’Alembert reduces the chances of a complete wipe-out of your bankroll when compared to the Martingale, the possibility is still there. A long sequence of consecutive losses or a period of time where ‘black’ occurs more often than ‘red’ will soon put the system in a position where it becomes almost impossible to recover. As always the house edge works on every spin, so increasing your bets will eventually increase your losses.

Blackjack Variation

d’Alembert can be adapted for use on blackjack by following a couple of simple rules. When you have a stand the next bet remains the same.

If you lose a double or split you must step up your bet by one unit for every stake lost e.g. if your current bet is 5 units and you double the hand and lose then your next bet would be 7.

If you win a double or split you must step down your bet by one unit for every stake won e.g. if you had won the hand in the previous example then your next bet would be 3 units.

If you get ‘blackjack’ then you can either count this as a bonus and step down your next bet by one unit as usual or you can step down your next bet by two units. note. stepping down by 2 units may sometimes end a session with a slight loss, but it gives a greater chance of completing a session.

Using d’Alembert with blackjack usually gives more chances to cut a session short and collect a small win because of the extra winnings gained when doubling and splitting. Of course, you must use the correct basic strategy or this type of progression will become very costly.

Conclusion

d’Alembert gives you two bonuses over the Martingale, firstly you do not increase your bets as rapidly which gives you the chance to stop a session and accept a small to medium loss. Secondly, you can find that your bankroll is positive before a session is complete, this gives you the option to cut short a session with a small win. The downside is that a session can last for many spins, so you should always give yourself time to run through a full session. The main problem is that which is related to all progressive systems – you will win little and often but when you lose it will probably wipe out all previous winnings and eat into your main bankroll.

As with all progressive systems, you must be very careful when you use them, the d’Alembert is not as dangerous as the Martingale but it can still be the cause of very large losses.

Up and Down

Like the D’Alambert, only reversed. Every time you win, increase your bet by your initial amount. Every time you lose, lower it by the same amount.

Dahl’s Progression

Place your bets according to the following sequence: 5-5-7-7-10-10-15-15-25-25-35-35-50. Once you reach the top of the sequence, continue to bet 50. If you should happen to lose at any point, restart the sequence. (quit and revert any time you are even or when ahead by a comfortable margin – personal choice)

2 in 5

Place your bets according to the following sequence: 5-7-12-15-25. As soon as you win two bets in the series, or if you should happen to lose at 25, restart the series.

31

Place your bets using the following sequence: 1-1-1-4-8-16. Progress to the next number in the series if you lose. If you should win, however, double (parlay) this amount and bet again. If you should win again, restart the series. If you should lose, move up to the next number in the progression. Once you lose at 16, start the sequence over.

Fibonacci

Similar to the D’alembert, except instead of doubling or halving your bet each time, move up and down based on the following sequence: 1-1-2-3-5-8-13-21-34-55-89-144-… Like the D’alembert, should you lose, move to the next number in the series. Should win you, fall back one number (or stay at that number and then revert to base bet).

EXAMPLE: a progression of 4 losses and two wins (LLLLWW) leaves us at -1 -1 -2 -3 +5 +3 = +1, where we have lost twice as many bets as we have won, but still pocketed 1 unit, simply because we have won two bets in a row.

In a similar series where we do not win two in a row, but only 2 of 3 (LLLLWLW) we again restart the series, but this time our profit picture will be -1 -1 -2 -3 +5 -3 +5 = 0, where our 2 of 3 wins has neutralized the progression, and we start again at 1 unit.

And suppose we decided to play a 12-step Fibonacci, with our top bet being 144 units. Our total risk, which is the complete and utter loss of an entire series, is 376 units, or 1 +1 +2 +3 +5 +8 +13 +21 +34 +55 +89 +144 = 376. We can lose eleven bets in a row, (LLLLLLLLLLLWLW), lose a total of 232 units in a row, then win 144, lose 89, win 144 for a total loss of 33 units, less than 10% of our session money.

The odds against losing 11 bets in a row are the same as winning 11 bets in a row, 2047 to 1. And the odds against losing our whole series of 12 bets are 4095 to 1. You could use this system 365 days a year and expect 11 losses in a row every 5 ½ years, and a loss of a total series once every 11 years The problem with the Fibonacci is not safety, therefore, but the fact that approximately half of your wins will come at the very first level of 1 unit, making it a boring albeit profitable grind. In order to counteract this situation, some gamblers will begin their progression at the 4th or 5th level, and alternately move up or down as they win or lose, depending on their temperament and goals.

EXAMPLE: We begin with 5 units and win. We then move up the progression and win 8 units. We have won a total of 13 units and completed our Fibonacci objective of two wins in a row. Now we reduce our bet to 3 units, locking in a profit of 10 units if we lose it. But if we win that 3 units bet, our next is 5 units. The variations are practically limitless, and the safety level is very high. The Fibonacci is a great system for the recreational gambler, the grind player who wants a few enjoyable hours of gambling without jeopardizing his mortgage, and the pro who wants to ease into his game before he gets serious.

To use the Fibonacci properly, a player must first memorize the progression and then practice at home flipping a coin, until the bets are made automatically. It is a perfect system for all the even-chance games like Craps, Baccarat and Roulette, and can be easily modified into a money-management system for Blackjack and sports betting. It is also acknowledged as an excellent system for partners betting opposite each other. However you decide to employ this versatile progression, you will find fewer more powerful ways to win with as little risk.

O’Hare Straddle

Take out a very large short-term loan from any source that’s available. Use all of it on a single wager save for enough to purchase a ticket to South America. If you win, pay back your debt and enjoy. If you lose, quickly flee the country with the money you saved for your plane ticket.

1-3-2-6

A very simple, straightforward betting system. Place bets based on the following progression: 1-3-2-6. If you should happen to lose, start over again at 1.

Paroli

Very similar to the reverse of the “Super Martingale”. Reinvest your winnings plus add your original bet to the amount. For example, bet $5. If you win, bet $10+$5 = $15. If you should win again bet $30 + $5 = $35. If you should win yet again bet $70 + $5 = $75.

Regression System

This system is designed for use on even chance bets.

Concept

The idea behind the regression system is that every session starts with a winning bet and then builds on this foundation. You start by placing a 2-unit bet and if this wins you then reduce your next bet to 1 unit. By doing this your bankroll after the first winning bet will have increased by one unit whether or not you win the next bet. After your initial win you then increase the bet after every win by one unit, this means that you will not make a profit on the second win but after a number of consecutive wins, you will start to rake in large amounts.

To compare how this system works against a series of flat bets I have set up a table that shows how your bankroll would fare if playing with $5 units

Winning Sequence Regression Flat Bet

L -$10 -$10
W,L +$5 +$0
W,W,L +$5 +$10
W,W,W,L +$10 +$20
W,W,W,W,L +$20 +$30
W,W,W,W,W,L +$35 +$40
W,W,W,W,W,W,L +$55 +$50
W,W,W,W,W,W,W,L +$80 +$60
W,W,W,W,W,W,W,W,L +$110 +$70
W,W,W,W,W,W,W,W,W,L +$145 +$80
W,W,W,W,W,W,W,W,W,W,L +$185 +$90

From this table, we can see that the regression system needs to get a series of at least six consecutive wins in order to show a larger profit than flat betting. Sessions between two and five wins show a smaller profit, but the big advantage of this system is that you can ride out a losing streak (or even show a small profit if the streak is not too severe), and still make a killing when the luck turns your way.

The Catch

There isn’t much of a catch to this system. You are trading off medium run wins for wins of one run and wins of 6+ runs.

Remember that the house edge will be working on all bets and not just your initial bet and that when your bets get very large you are playing with your money and NOT the casinos.

Blackjack

This system can be used effectively on blackjack, but remember that you may need extra money to double or split the cards. If the casino you are playing at allows multiple splits with doubles then a very promising win can turn bad very quickly. Always use the correct basic blackjack strategy but if the stakes are getting too high then it may be wise not to split or double. You may even decide to take insurance if the bet is very large (something you should not normally do) and it’s the difference between a losing day and a winning day. (note. Over the long run you will be better off sticking to a basic blackjack strategy).

Conclusion

This system can be very effective if you have the patience to wait for the long run. You can have some great payoff and still be picking up small bets through the bad times to keep your bankroll topped up. It’s very nice when you start out on a series of bets knowing that your bankroll has increased, but equally unpleasant when you see a $100 bet loss. Although it will not alter the long-term edge the casino has, this system can be very useful – Learn it!


Winning Parlay Betting System Explained

Winning Parlays Header

Congratulations! You have acquired the Winning Parlay Betting System, with which you can have hours of fun, betting with money you won from the casino and only one unit from your own pocket.

We have all heard of the Martingale system, where you double your bet every time you lose until you finally win, in order to make 1 unit profit on any even money bet. This method would work if you had an unlimited bankroll and if the table had no maximum betting limits. But we all know that in reality, this is not the case.

Imagine you start betting with 1 unit and you encounter a streak of 9 consecutive losses. Your bets would be 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, and 256. You would have placed a total of 511 units on the table and still haven’t won yet. Your next bet requires you to wager 512 units, where if you win you will make only 1 unit profit and if you lose, your loss will be a devastating 1023 units.

At this stage you would probably give up, as you either have exhausted your bankroll and/or the table will not allow you to bet 1024 units. It would also be totally unreasonable to risk 2048 units for 1 lousy unit profit. And the chances of winning are slightly less than 50% at every bet. The fact that Red or Black didn’t show up 10 times does not mean that it’s due to show up on the 11th time, because the probability of its showing up on the next bet is exactly the same as the previous bet: about 50%.

We all see some streaks of Reds or Blacks (in Roulette), Pass-Line bets or Don’t Pass-Line bets (in Craps), Player or Banker (Baccarat), where the same outcome repeats sometimes over 2, 3, 4 and even a bit more rarely 7, 8, 9 times. The longest streak of Red showing up consecutively recorded in history was 32 times in a row in a casino in Brazil. Imagine the losses of whoever was using Martingale, even for those who have waited for Black not to come up 10 times before they started betting on it.

I have personally seen Black showing up 16 times in a row. And I see either Black or Red showing up 6, 7 times consecutively much more often. This is very obvious if you observe Roulette scoreboards.

Winning Parlays will take advantage of those occurrences. Martingale seems to be a pretty bad strategy when this happens. It’s also nerve-wracking and dangerous for your blood pressure. We will use exactly the opposite of the Martingale approach. With Martingale, you make a profit of only 1 unit profit at a time with the risk of escalating losses. With Winning Parlays you will risk only 1 unit at a time with escalating winnings. You can apply the concept of reverse strategies every time you see that something is not working too well for you, and for every mediocre strategy, there is usually a reverse one, which will work much better.

This system is appropriate for any even-money betting. Red, Black, Even, Odd, High, Low at Roulette; Pass, Don’t Pass line bets at Craps; or Banker, Player at Baccarat.

Your unit value can be as low as the table minimum or any value you feel comfortable with depending on your budget. A bankroll of 50 units should be sufficient to play and win with this system. You must have guessed already, if you are going to bet only 1 unit and want your winnings to escalate to 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, etc, (the opposite of the losses generated by the Martingale system), you must use some kind of parlay. That means leaving your winnings on the table so they can multiply with repeating wins. The question then becomes how do you decide where to bet and how long do you leave your profits on the table? At what stage do you cash them?

Winning Parlays will make all those decisions for you. Your bets will be automatically placed on the winning even-money decisions. If, for instance, Red happened to be repeating for more than say 4, 5, 6 times (and more), etc., that’s where you will find yourself betting. If you happen to play simultaneously on Red-Black, Even-Odd, and High-Low areas, again your bets will be placed on the repeating ones when you play this system. In this case, you will then need 3 units per bet, of course, one unit for Red or Black, one unit for Even or Odd, and one unit for Low or High. We will see later on how we can deploy this system to multiple areas simultaneously.

Before I fully explain the system, let’s talk first about its concepts. Suppose you come to a Roulette table and you place a $10 chip on Red. If Red comes and you win, say instead of collecting your $20, you leave the $20 on the table and repeat your bet on Red. Say, Red comes up again. Now you have $40 on the table. You re-bet the $40 and Red repeats once more. Now you have $80 on the table. It’s a tough decision, should you remove your $80 worth of chips or leave them on Red? Say, you leave them on the table. Red comes up again. Now you have $160. You tell yourself, enough. You grab your $160 and you don’t bet this time. You see Red comes up again.

You’re a bit upset as you could have gotten $320, instead of $160. On the other hand, you’re happy, since you converted a $10 chip into $160 profiting $150 on this run. What you have done was parlayed your $10 four times before you collected your winnings.

A similar scenario could have been the following. You bet a $10 chip on Red. Red comes, and you leave $20 on the table. Red comes again, you leave $40 on the table. Now Black appears and you lose it all. This was a run of 3 bets before you lost $40, but you have lost only $10 of the money you came to the table with. Still, you’re upset because you could have cashed $40, but you didn’t.

If you observe hundreds of spins, you will see that Red or Black will repeat either twice, or 3 times, or 4, 5, 6, 7, etc. over the long run. Of course, the lower number of repetitions will occur more frequently. That means, Red, for instance, will repeat 3 times much more often than Red repeating say 6 or 7 times. If you decide not to cash your winnings until Red repeats 6 times, it will happen much less often, but when it does you will cash much more money. So, it
becomes a matter of deciding how many times you hope Red will repeat before you grab your winnings. This is a decision you will have to make upfront before you start using the system. If you make up your mind beforehand, you will avoid much emotional turmoil during the session.

Once you understand how the system works I will show you simulations of what would have happened if you had cashed your winnings after having waited for 3,4, 5, 6, and 7 times. Hopefully, that will help you in deciding how many same decisions to repeat to collect your winnings.

We also have another question in mind. What do you bet on? Red or Black? Player or Banker? Pass or Don’t Pass?
As I promised, this will be determined by the system automatically. You will see.

Let’s now come to the essence of the system. The first thing you need to do is to decide on the number of times you will wait in the parlay before you grab your winnings. Once that decision is made, stick to it! Just for the sake of learning the system, let’s say you will wait 4 times. That means you will not cash until you can collect 16 units. (15 units profit and your 1-unit initial bet.)

You now come to the Roulette table and see that the last decision was Black. You will place your 1-unit chip in the same color, Black. If Black repeats you win, but you don’t cash your 2 units, you leave them on the table without adding more chips. If Red comes up, you lose your chip. If you lose your chip, you bet 1 chip on the same color that just came up. Now, if Red comes again, you leave your 2 chips on the table to multiply.

As you can see, you are following the color, which is repeating. If in the above sequence, either Red or Black would repeat more than once, that’s where you would actually find yourself betting. The fifth consecutive time either Red or Black shows up you grab your 16 chips and do not bet until the color changes. Why fifth and not fourth? Because the first appearance is the bet that makes you decide what to bet on, and the subsequent consecutive appearances are the repetitions. You may see Red or Black repeating even more than 5 times, but as your decision was set up front to cash after 4 winnings (or 5 repeats), this is where you stand and you don’t bet your chip until Red turns to Black or vice versa.

A zero or double zero showing up in the middle of the run will, of course, terminate that run, making you lose your chip. You won’t bet until the next color, Red or Black shows up, which will most likely be after the very next spin unless multiple zeros happen to come up one after another. In which case you will bet your chip on the color that shows up after the zero or zeros.

Let us now observe a simulation of 200 spins in Table 1 below, where we set up front to wait for 4 consecutive wins, or 5 repetitions of the same color, before we collect our winnings. Our unit chip value is $10.

Winning Parlay Part 2

Table 1


SequenceN_SpinR/BBet on B/RWin/LoseWin StreakBetCashNet
128BNo Bet
223RBL0$10-$10-$10
336RRW1$10-$10-$20
40GRL0$0$0-$20
51RNo Bet0$0$0-$20
626BRL0$10-$10-$30
731BBW1$10-$10-$40
815BBW2$0$0-$40
911BBW3$0$0-$40
1032RBL0$0$0-$40
119RRW1$10-$10-$50
1230RRW2$0$0-$50
1319RRW3$0$0-$50
1430RrW4$0$160$110
1512RNo Bet5$0$0$110
163RNo Bet6$0$0$110
179RNo Bet7$0$0$110
182BNo Bet0$0$0$110
1926BBW1$10-$10$100
2020BBW2$0$0$100
2126BBW3$0$0$100
2231BBW4$0$160$260
2326BNo Bet5$0$0$260
2418RNo Bet0$0$0$260
2515BRL0$10-$10$250
268BBW1$10-$10$240
2715BBW2$0$0$240
281RBL0$0$0$240
2936RRW1$10-$10$230
3030RRW2$0$0$230
3126BRL0$0$0$230
3218RBL0$10-$10$220
3322BRL0$10-$10$210
341RBL0$10-$10$200
3528BRL0$10-$10$190
3633BBW1$10-$10$180
3700GBL0$0$0$180
3814RNo Bet0$0$0$180
3919RRW1$10-$10$170
407RRW2$0$0$170
417RRW3$0$1$170
4230RRW4$0$160$330
435RNo Bet5$0$0$330
445RNo Bet6$0$0$330
4517BRL0$0$0$330
4622BBW1$10-$10$320
472BBW2$0$0$320
4832RBL0$0$0$320
4927RRW1$10-$10$310
507RRW2$0$0$310
5127RRW3$0$0$310
5226BRL0$0$0$310
5312RBL0$10-$10$300
541RRW1$10-$10$290
550GRL0$0$0$290
5622BNo Bet0$0$0$290
570GBL0$10-$10$280
587RNo Bet0$0$0$280
596BRL0$10-$10$270
607RBL0$10-$10$260
6124BRL0$10-$10$250
6219RBL0$10-$10$240
6334RRW1$10-$10$230
640GRL1$10-$10$230
658BNo Bet0$0$0$230
6631BBW1$10-$10$220
671RBL0$0$0$220
6820BRL0$10-$10$210
6921RBL0$10-$10$200
7023RRW1$10-$10$190
710GRL0$0$0$190
7233BNo bet0$0$0$190
7311BBW1$10-$10$180
7413BBW2$0$0$180
7528BBW3$0$0$180
764BBW4$0$160$340
777RBL0$0$0$340
7815BRL0$10-$10$330
7936RBL0$10-$10$320
8032RRW1$10-$10$310
8124BRL0$0$0$310
8214RBL0$10-$10$300
8315BRL0$10-$10$290
8433BBW1$10-$10$280
8518RBL0$0$0$280
8620BRL0$10-$10$270
8727RBL0$10-$10$260
8818RRW1$10-$10$250
8923RRW2$0$0$250
9024BRL0$0$0$250
913RBL0$10-$10$240
924BRL0$10-$10$230
9313BBW1$10-$10$220
946BBW2$0$0$220
9512RBL0$0$0$220
9623RRW1$10-$10$210
978BRL0$0$0$210
9817BBW1$10-$10$200
999RBL0$0$0$200
1002BRL0$10-$10$190
10111BBW1$10-$10$180
10220BBW2$0$0$180
1034BBW3$0$0$180
1048BBW4$0$160$340
10527RNo bet0$0$0$340
1065RRW1$10-$10$330
10723RRW2$0$0$330
10818RRW3$0$0$330
10918RRW4$0$160$490
11011BNo bet0$0$0$490
11126BBW1$10-$10$480
11216RBL0$0$0$480
11314RRW1$10-$10$470
11425RRW2$0$0$470
11534RRW3$0$0$470
11629BRL0$0$0$470
11724BBW1$10-$10$460
11832RBL0$0$0$460
11915BRL0$10-$10$450
12035BBW1$10-$10$440
12131BBW2$0$0$440
1225RBL0$0$0$440
12322BRL0$10-$10$430
12432RBL0$10-$10$420
12500GRL0$10-$10$410
12622BNo bet$0$0$410
1278BBW1$10-$10$400
12830RBL0$0$0$400
12919RRW1$10-$10$390
13023RRW2$0$0$390
13125RRW3$0$0$390
1328BRL0$0$0$390
13320BBW1$10-$10$380
13415BBW2$0$0$380
13513BBW3$0$0$380
13629BBW4$0$160$540
13713BNo bet5$0$0$540
1381RBL0$0$0$540
13913BRL0$10-$10$530
1407RBL0$10-$10$520
14100GRL0$10-$10$510
14210BNo bet0$0$0$510
1437RBL0$10-$10$500
1440GRL0$10-$10$490
14500GNo bet0$0$0$490
14634RNo bet0$0$0$490
14731BRL0$10-$10$480
14834RBL0$10-$10$470
1490GRL0$10-$10$460
15031BNo bet0$0$0$460
15113BBW1$10-$10$450
15233BBW2$0$0$450
1536BBW3$0$0$450
15410BBW4$0$160$610
15527RNo bet0$0$0$610
15627RRW1$10-$10$600
15700GRL0$0$0$600
1584BNo Bet$0$0$600
1593RBL0$10-$10$590
16033BRL0$10-$10$580
16118RBL0$10-$10$570
1622BRL0$10-$10$560
16317BBW1$10-$10$550
16434RBL0$0$0$550
16500GRL0$10-$10$540
16600GNo bet0$0$0$540
16727RNo bet0$0$0$540
16824BRL0$10-$10$530
16918RBL0$10-$10$520
17031BRL0$10-$10$510
17131BBW1$10-$10$500
17200GBL0$0$0$500
17335BNo bet0$0$0$500
17411BBW1$10-$10$490
17527RBL0$0$0$490
17625RRW1$10-$10$480
17715BRL0$0$0$480
17833BBW1$10-$10$470
1793RBL0$0$0$470
18028BRL0$10-$10$460
18119RBL0$10-$10$450
18223RRW1$10-$10$440
18325RRW2$0$0$440
1841RRW3$0$0$440
18535BRL0$0$0$440
18610BBW1$10-$10$430
18721RBL0$0$0$430
18820BRL0$10-$10$420
18928BBW1$10-$10$410
19027RBL0$0$0$410
1917RRW1$10-$10$400
19200GRL0$0$0$400
19311BNo bet0$0$0$400
1943RBL0$10-$10$390
1953Rrw1$10-$10$380
19613BRL0$0$0$380
19730RBL0$10-$10$370
19800GRL0$10-$10$360
1999RNo bet0$0$0$360
2009RRW1$10-$10$350

 

Winning Parlay Part 3

Let’s look at Table 1 and see how the system works.

We set the number to take your winnings from the table to 4. That means if either Black or Red repeats 5 times, your Winning Streak number will reach 4, where you remove your winnings. Otherwise, you leave them on the table. This term “leaving on the table” refers of course to land casinos. On online casinos, you would just be betting your winnings again on the same color without adding any additional units on top of your initial chip. That means if your color wins, you take your chips and the profit and bet on the same color the amount that you won until you accumulate 16 chips. Then you reduce it back to one chip again, based on the rules of the system.

We’re looking at the above Table 1, and let’s assume that we are playing in a real casino, for now.

You come to the Roulette table, and you see in sequence 1 that the last decision was number 28, Black. So you place one $10 chip on Black as indicated in sequence 2 with “B” under column Bet Black or Red. Number 23 shows up, which is Red and you lose your chip. Your net profit is -$10 as indicated in column Net.

Since you lost your chip, it can’t multiply, so you need to place a new $10 chip on the last color that showed up, which is Red, as indicated by “R” in sequence 3.

Number 36 appears, which is a Red, you win, but you don’t take your chips. That’s why the Cash column shows a -$10 despite the fact that you won that bet. You leave your 2 chips on the table on Red again.

The ball lands on zero in sequence 4, as indicated by “G” (for Green). That interrupts and terminates your winning sequence.
Your two chips are gone and your net profit is at -$20.

Since a zero came, you don’t place any chips on your next bet in sequence 5. You wait until the color is established. Number 1, Red comes up. So you bet 1 chip on Red in sequence 6. Number 26, Black comes up. You lose your chip. Your net is down to -$30.

Since you lost your chip and Black came, you bet 1 chip on Black in sequence 7. Your net is present -$40. Number 31, Black comes up, you win and you leave your two $10 chips on the table.

In sequence 8, Black comes again. You win and you leave your 4 chips on the table Black.

In sequence 9, Black repeats again. You win and you leave your 8 chips on the table. Remember you don’t touch your chips until they become 16. In sequence 10, Red is rolled. You lose your 8 chips that accumulated so far. But you haven’t really lost more than the one $10 chip that started the escalation in sequence 7, you haven’t placed any additional chips since. So, those were 4 sequences in the run, but only 1 chip was lost. It’s painful to see $80 disappearing in front of your eyes, but those are the rules. Patience will pay off.

Let us assume you haven’t broken the rules and that you are willing to go on playing as you determined at the start, you will wait for 4 consecutive wins. Since you lost in sequence 10 and Red showed up, now you place a $10 chip on Red in sequence 11. Your net profit shows -$50. Number 9, Red comes up. You win. You leave your 2 chips on the table.

In sequence 12, Red shows up again. You win. You leave your 4 chips on the table.

In sequence 13, it’s Red again. You win. You leave your 8 chips on the table. In sequence 14, what you’ve been hoping for happens. Red repeats for the 5th time. You have won four times in a row. You have 16 X $10 chips in front of you and you grab them. Your net profit goes from -$50 to +$110. Patience did pay off. It was going to happen sooner or later. It is not unusual for 5 consecutive same-decisions to happen.

In our simulation, Red comes up 8 times in a row between sequences 10 to 17. That is something interesting to note. Since you have set your winning grab time to 4 and you have already grabbed your 16 chips, you don’t place any until Red is replaced by Black. This is where you have mixed feelings again. Red has shown up 8 times. You say to yourself, you could have cashed $1280 on a run of 7 consecutive Reds, instead of $160, but you decided at the outset you were going to take your money after a run of 4 wins. Realize that setting this number to 7 will make you lose all the opportunities of grabbing your winnings at the 4th, 5th, and 6th times, which will occur more often than 8 repeats or 7 consecutive wins.

There is a tradeoff we need to accept: wait longer to win more, but lose a few units in the meantime by the time the 7th winnings happen, or grab your winnings more frequently at smaller profits. Once you see all the upcoming simulations, you will be able to make the decision that’s right for you. If we go on observing Table 1, we grab our $160 at sequence 14 and since we were betting on Red, we don’t bet until Black comes up. And this happens in sequence 18.

So, in sequence 19, we place 1 $10 chip again on Black. This time Black comes up 5 times in a row and we keep betting on Black as long as it doesn’t change to Red. We cash another $160 or 16 X $10 chips in sequence 22.

Black shows up one more time, but we have placed no bets in sequence 23, as Black has not been replaced by Red yet.

In sequence 24, Red is rolled. Therefore we place one chip in Red in sequence 25.

You can follow the rest of the table and observe the way we bet. You always place one chip on the previous color, and one spin after the color changes. If the color repeats, you leave your chips on the table, until you win 4 times in a row. If the color changes, you place a chip on the new color. If a zero comes up, you don’t make a bet, you wait for the next color to come up. Then you place one chip on that color. And so on.

As you can see, whichever color is the repeating one, you end up betting on that one, based on the rules of the system. That way you don’t miss any color, should it repeat more than once.

The peak profit reached in Table 1 was 61 units of $610 and it occurred in sequence 154. Different runs of this simulation will produce different results with different peaks. You should always make sure to quit at a point when you are well ahead. One good strategy is to quit once the profit is reduced to half of your highest total. So in Table 1, since the peak profit was at $610, it’s recommended that you quit while you are still ahead by half of this amount, +$305. In Table 1 that doesn’t happen until sequence 200, but it has a tendency to go in that direction.

Or, another strategy is to quit if you are $100 below that peak, at about $510, which happens at sequence 170.

If you can manage it, you can play this method simultaneously in three different areas: on Black/Red and on Even/Odd, and on High/Low, using the exact same system as above. If you are betting on Even/Odd for instance, then you place one chip on Even if the previous number was Even. If you are betting on High/Low at the same time, you place one chip on Low if the previous number was 18 or lower. Then follow exactly the same pattern as for Red/Black discussed above. When you play in 3 different areas simultaneously, you are of course betting three $10 chips at the start, then you either bet or don’t bet depending on whether Even/Odd or High/Low repeats or not. So you don’t always have 3 chips on the table. It will depend on the various repetition patterns of Red/Black, Even/Odd, and High/Low.

As stated before, this system can be used for Baccarat and Craps. In Baccarat you would place your bet on Player for instance, and if you win you would place your bet plus your winnings on Player until Player wins 4 times in a row. When Banker wins, you would switch to Banker.

Likewise in Craps; you place a bet on the Pass Line for instance. And if you win, you would place your bet plus your winnings on the Pass Line again until Pass repeats 4 times. If Pass doesn’t repeat, you will switch to Don’t Pass and follow the same pattern.

Now, let’s observe some simulations where we follow the same rules, but values for repeat times have been set differently. Table 2 below is set for 3, that is, you collect your winnings when a color is repeated 4 times, meaning you have won 3 times in a row.

Winning Parlay Part 4

SequenceNumberRed/Black BetBlack or RedWin/LoseWin StreakBetCashNet
13R
225RRW1$10-$10-$10
31RRW2$0$0-$10
411BRL0$0$0-$10
522BBW1$10-$10-$20
629BBW2$0$0-$20
710BBW3$0$80$60
826BNo Bet4$0$0$60
928BNo Bet5$0$0$60
1026BNo Bet6$0$0$60
1119RNo Bet0$0$0$60
1225RRW1$10-$10$50
1320RRL0$0$0$50
1425BBL0$10-$10$40
1521RRW1$10-$10$30
1616RRW2$0$0$30
1712RRW3$0$80$110
1832RNo bet4$0$0$110
197RNo Bet5$0$0$110
2010BNo Bet0$0$0$110
2123RBL0$10-$10$100
2211BRL0$10-$10$90
238BBW1$10-$10$80
248BBW2$0$0$80
255RBL0$0$0$80
2635BRL0$10-$10$70
273RBL0$10-$10$60
2835BRL0$10-$10$50
293RBL0$10-$10$40
3000GRL0$10-$10$30
3128BNo Bet0$0$0$30
3218RBL0$10-$10$20
3336RRW1$10-$10$10
3422BRL0$0$0$10
354BBW1$10-$10$0
3621RBL0$0$0$0
3719RRW1$10-$10-$10
3813BRL0$0$0-$10
3917BBW1$10-$10-$20
4026BBW2$0$0-$20
4127RBL0$0$0-$20
423RRW1$10-$10-$30
4310BRL0$0$0-$30
444BBW1$10-$10-$40
4500GBL0$0$0-$40
4626BNo Bet0$0$0-$40
4710BBW1$10-$10-$50
4821RBL0$0$0-$50
491RRW1$10-$10-$60
5031BRL0$0$0-$60
517RBL0$10-$10-$70
5234RRW1$10-$10-$80
538BRL0$0$0-$80
549RBL0$10-$10-$90
553RRW1$10-$10-$100
5620BBL0$0$0-$100
5711BBW1$10-$10-$110
5820BBW2$0$0-$110
5930RRL0$0$0-$110
6025RRW1$10-$10-$120
6112RRW2$0$0-$120
625RRW3$0$80-$40
6331BNo Bet0$0$0-$40
6418RBL0$10-$10-$50
6529BRL0$10-$10-$60
6636RBL0$10-$10-$70
671RRW1$10-$10-$80
6821RRW2$0$0-$80
6926BRL0$0$0-$80
7011BBW1$10-$10-$90
7110BBW2$0$0-$90
723RBL0$0$0-$90
7332RRW1$10-$10$-100
7434RRW2$0$0-$100
7529BRL0$0$0-$100
7610BBW1$10-$10-$110
7732RBL0$0$0-$110
7821RRW1$10-$10-$120
796BRL0$0$0-$120
8014RBL0$10-$10-$130
815RBW1$10-$10-$140
8211BRL0$0$0-$140
8316RBL0$10-$10-$150
841RRW1$10-$10-$160
8530RRW1$0$0-$160
8627RRW1$0$80-$80
8711BNo Bet0$0$0-$80
880GBL0$10-$10-$90
8931BNo Bet0$0$0-$90
9011BBW1$10-$10-$100
9127RBL0$0$0-$100
923RRW1$10-$10-$110
9319RRW2$0$0-$110
9416RRW3$0$80-$30
952BNo Bet0$0$0-$30
964BBW1$10-$10-$40
9718RBL0$0$0-$40
9828BRL0$10-$10-$50
9932RBL0$10-$10-$60
10024BRL0$10-$10-$70
10119RBL0$10-$10-$80
10221RRW1$10-$10-$90
10327RRW2$0$0-$90
10432RRW3$0$80-$10
10530RNo Bet4$0$0-$10
10631BNo Bet0$0$0-$10
10715BBW1$10-$10-$20
10828BBW2$0$0-$20
1093RBL0$0$0-$20
1100GRL0$10-$10-$30
11136RNo Bet$0$0-$30
11232RRW1$10-$10-$40
11319RRW2$0$0-$40
1149RRW3$0$80$40
11532RNo Bet4$0$0$40
11632RNo Bet5$0$0$40
11719RNo Bet6$0$0$40
11826BNo Bet0$0$0$40
1193RBL0$10-$10$30
12035BRL0$10-$10$20
12119RRL0$10-$10$10
12229BRL0$10-$10$0
12335BBW1$10-$10-$10
12424BBW2$0$0-$10
12516RBL0$0$0-$10
12633BRL0$10-$10-$20
12725RBL0$10-$10-$30
12834RRW1$10-$10-$40
12924BRW2$0$0-$40
1309RBW3$10-$10-$50
13117BRL0$10-$10-$60
13221RBL0$10-$10-$70
1332BRL0$10-$10-$80
13416RBL0$10-$10-$90
13521RRW1$10-$10-$100
13634RRW2$0$0-$100
13718RRW3$0$80-$20
13834RNo Bet4$0$0-$20
13917BNo Bet0$0$0-$20
14013BBW1$10-$10-$30
14115BBW2$0$0-$30
14224BBW3$0$80$50
1436BNo Bet4$0$0$50
14418RNo Bet0$0$0$50
1457RRW1$10-$10$40
14621RRW2$0$0$40
14725RRW3$0$80$120
14800GNo Bet0$0$0$120
1498BNo Bet0$0$0$120
15016RBL0$10-$10$110
15121RRW1$10-$10$100
15230RRW2$0$0$100
1534BRL0$0$0$100
15422BBW1$10-$10$90
15510BBW2$0$0$90
1565RBL0$0$0$90
15720BRL0$10-$10$80
15813BBW1$10-$10$70
15929BBW2$0$0$70
16026BBW3$0$80$150
16132RNo Bet0$0$0$150
1626BRL0$10-$10$140
1630GBL0$10-$10$130
16413BNo Bet0$0$0$130
16525RBL0$10-$10$120
16611BRL0$10-$10$110
1678BBW1$10-$10$100
16831BBW2$0$0$100
1691RBL0$0$0$100
17016RRW1$10-$10$90
17125RRW2$0$0$90
17223RRW3$0$80$170
17314RNo Bet4$0$0$170
1743RNo Bet5$0$0$170
1751RNo Bet6$0$0$170
17626BNo Bet0$0$0$170
1773RBL0$10-$10$160
1787RRW1$10-$10$150
17921RRW2$0$0$150
1809RRW3$0$80$230
18120BNo Bet0$0$0$230
18219RBL0$10-$10$220
1839RRW1$10-$10$210
1846BRL0$0$0$210
18516RBL0$10-$10$200
1861RRW1$10-$10$190
18715BRL0$0$0$190
18800GBL0$10-$10$180
18915BNo Bet0$0$0$180
19036RBL0$10-$10$170
19115BRL0$10-$10$160
19226BBW1$10-$10$150
19313BBW2$0$0$150
1947RBL0$0$0$150
19516RRW1$10-$10$140
19631BRL0$0$0$140
19731BBW1$10-$10$130
19834RBL0$0$0$130
19923RRW1$10-$10$120
20030RRW2$0$0$120

 

Winning Parlet Part 5

As you can see, this time we are cashing our winnings when the color has repeated 4 times, or when we have won 3 consecutive times. In Table 2, the first collection of winnings occurs in sequence 7, giving us a boost to our profit of +$60. This was due to the color Black repeating 4 times. It actually goes on repeating up to 6 times. But we were to stop at 3 winnings according to our initial decision. During those additional times that Black shows up, we don’t place any bets, until Black is replaced by Red in sequence 11. So, in sequence 12, we place our chip on the Red. Red wins once as it repeats. But then Black shows up and we lose our chip. As Red returns in sequence 14, we place our chip on Red in sequence 15. This time it does repeat 4 times and we collect the 8 chips from the table in sequence 17. This brings our overall profit to +$110 from $30. Then we encounter a long losing streak all the way to sequence 59, lowering our net to minus $120 before the next 3 consecutive winnings at sequences
60-62.

Our bankroll becomes as low as -$160 in sequence 84. And it takes another 40 sequences before it goes to the positive side again. Then it goes down again to minus $100 at sequence 135. Then we encounter a few winning streaks, which brings our profits up to a peak of $230 in sequence 181.

Those up-and-down fluctuations are normal in this type of betting, as you are waiting for 3 consecutive winnings before you make a substantial profit of $70. Wait until you witness the simulation for 6 consecutive winnings, the wait time will be much longer and the bankroll required will be much higher, despite the fact that you are betting 1 chip at a time. It becomes similar to a slot machine strategy, where you keep betting one coin until you hit the jackpot. Except that in Roulette, this jackpot is likelier to occur than in slots, as 7, 8, or 9 repeats of the same color happen often enough. Imagine 7 repeats will give you 128 chips with a profit of $1270 ($1280-$10). 8 repeats will give you 256 chips, with a profit of $2560. Say if this occurs within 150 spins, it may be worthwhile to invest $1500 to gain $2560.

In any event, you can see the benefits of multiplying profits with an investment of only 1 chip at a time, the exact opposite
of a Martingale system, where you only win 1 chip by investing 128, 256, or 512 chips if the progression doesn’t end. The other benefit of Winning Parlays is that you can quit anytime you like, without interrupting any progression. At Martingale you feel you need to go on to gain that unit and if you interrupt the progression you are facing unrecoverable losses.

Coming back to Table 2 above, winning 3 times consecutively occurs more frequently than winning 4 times consecutively.
However, the profit is reduced to $80-$10=$70 instead of $150. In Table 1, winning 4 times in a row happened 7 times, where we profited 15 chips every time (winnings amounting to $150 X 7 =$1050). In Table 2, winning 3 times in a row happened 13 times, where we profited 7 chips every time (winnings amounting to $70 X 13 = $910). So you can start to draw some conclusions.

Our next simulation in Table 3 below will show what happens if we wait for 6 repeats or 5 consecutive winnings.

Table 3

SequenceNumberRed/Black BetBlack or RedWin/LoseWin StreakBetCashNet
110B
29RBL0$10-$10-$10
300GRL0$10-$10-$20
425RNo Bet0$0$0-$20
56BRL0$10-$10-$30
624BBW1$10-$10-$40
77RBL0$0$0-$40
815BRL0$10$0-$40
920BBW1$10-$10-$60
1015BBW2$0$0-$60
1129BBW3$0$0-$60
1214RBL0$0$0-$60
138BRL0$10-$10-$70
1417BBW1$10-$10-$80
1518RBL0$0$0-$80
165RRW1$10-$10-$90
1721RRW2$0$0-$90
1829BRL0$0$0-$90
1922BBW1$10-$10-$100
2035BBW2$0$0-$100
2122BBW3$0$0-$100
2217BBW4$0$0-$100
232BBW5$0$320$220
246BNo Bet6$0$0$220
2532RBL0$0$0$220
260GRL0$10-$10$210
2732RNo BetL0$0$0$210
2819RRW1$10-$10$200
2932RRW2$0$0$200
3023RRW3$0$0$200
3119RRW4$0$0$200
3214RRW5$0$320$520
3317BNo Bet0$0$0$520
3415BBW1$10-$10$510
356BBW2$0$0$510
367RBL0$0$0$510
3733BRL0$10-$10$500
3812RBL0$10-$10$490
398BRL0$10-$10$480
407RBL0$10-$10$470
4100GRL0$10-$10$460
4232RNo Bet0$0$0$460
4327RRW1$10-$10$450
4418RRW2$0$0$450
4534RRW2$0$0$450
4613BRL0$0$0$450
479RBL0$10-$10$440
485RRW1$10-$10$430
4916RRW2$0$0$430
5010BRL0$0$0$430
5136RBL0$10-$10$420
5200GRL0$10-$10$410
5321RNo Bet0$0$0$410
5431BRL0$10-$10$400
5532RBL0$10-$10$390
5620BRL0$10-$10$380
5733BBW1$10-$10$370
5811BBW2$0$0$370
5931BBW3$0$0$370
6029BBW4$0$0$370
6131BBW5$0$320$690
6220BNo Bet6$0$0$690
6312RBL0$0$0$690
648BRL0$10-$10$680
6516RBL0$10-$10$670
6624BRL0$10-$10$660
676BBW1$10-$10$650
680GBL0$0$0$650
6916RNo Bet0$0$0$650
7013BRL0$10-$10$640
713RBL0$10-$10$630
7227RRW1$10-$10$620
7320BRL0$0$0$620
7410BBW1$10-$10$610
7523RBL0$0$0$610
768BRL0$10-$10$600
777RBL0$10-$10$590
7824BRL0$10-$10$580
795RBL0$10-$10$570
8025RRW1$10-$10$560
8116RRW2$0$0$560
822BRL0$0$0$560
8330RBL0$10-$10$550
8417BRL0$10-$10$540
8511BBW1$10-$10$530
8613BBW2$0$0$530
876BBW3$0$0$530
8824BBW4$0$0$530
896BBW5$0$320$850
9019RNo Bet0$0$0$850
915RRW1$10-$10$840
924BRL0$0$0$840
9320BBW1$10-$10$830
943RBL0$0$0$830
958BRL0$10-$10$820
9634RBL0$10-$10$810
970GRL0$10-$10$800
9831BNo Bet0$0$0$800
9910BBW1$10-$10$790
10013BBW2$0$0$790
10115BBW3$0$0$790
1023RBL0$0$0$790
10316RRW1$10-$10$780
10432RRW2$0$0$780
10535BRL0$0$0$780
10619RBL0$10-$10$770
1076BRL0$10-$10$760
10824BBW1$10-$10$750
1097RBL0$0$0$750
1102BRL0$10-$10$740
1112BBW1$10-$10$730
11218RBL0$0$0$730
11300GRL0$10-$10$720
11414RNo Bet0$0$0$720
11535BRL0$10-$10$710
11625RBL0$10-$10$700
1171RRW1$10-$10$690
1186BRL0$0$0$690
11917BBW1$10-$10$680
12023RBL0$0$0$680
12114RRW1$10-$10$670
1221RRW2$0$0$670
1230GRL0$0$0$670
12434RNo Bet0$0$0$670
12531BRL0$10-$10$660
12631BBW1$10-$10$650
12718RBL0$0$0$650
12818RRW1$10-$10$640
12917BRL0$0$0$640
13021RBL0$10-$10$630
13118RRW1$10-$10$620
13217BRL0$0$0$620
13324BBW1$10-$10$610
13426BBW2$0$0$610
13500GBL0$0$0$610
13625RNo Bet0$0$0$610
1377RRW1$10-$10$600
13825RRW2$0$0$600
1394BRL0$0$0$600
14030RBL0$10-$10$590
14123RRW1$10-$10$580
1423RRW2$0$0$580
14320BRL0$0$0$580
14425RBL0$10-$10$570
14517BRL0$10-$10$560
1467RBL0$10-$10$550
14711BRL0$10-$10$540
14829BBW1$10-$10$530
14915BBW2$0$0$530
15012RBL0$0$0$530
15115BRL0$10-$10$520
15224BBW1$10-$10$510
15310BBW2$0$0$510
15413BBW3$0$0$510
15524BBW4$0$0$510
1568BBW5$0$320$830
15722BNo Bet6$0$0$830
1587RBL0$0$$830
15931BRL0$10-$10$820
16016RBL0$10-$10$810
16124BRL0$10-$10$800
16200GBL0$10-$10$790
16320BNo BetL0$0$0$790
16414RBL0$10-$10$780
16521RRW1$10-$10$770
16632RRW2$0$0$770
16736RRW3$0$0$770
16825RRW4$0$0$770
16910BRL0$0$0$770
17029BBW1$10-$10$760
1711RBL0$0$0$760
17218RRW1$10-$10$750
17314RRW2$0$0$750
17422BRL0$0$0$750
1751RBL0$10-$10$740
17629BRL0$10-$10$730
17716RBL0$10-$10$720
17814RRW1$10-$10$710
1798BRL0$0$0$710
18022BBW1$10-$10$700
18112RBL0$0$0$700
18232RRW1$10-$10$690
18322BRL0$0$0$690
18423RBL0$10-$10$680
18520BRL0$10-$10$670
18634RBL0$10-$10$660
18732RRW1$10-$10$650
18836RRW2$0$0$650
18916RRW3$0$0$650
1902BRL0$0$0$650
19136RBL0$10-$10$640
19232RRW1$10-$10$630
19328BRL0$0$0$630
19416RBL0$10-$10$620
19534RRW1$10-$10$610
19635BRL0$0$0$610
19720BBW1$10-$10$600
19833BBW2$0$0$600
19926BBW3$0$0$600
2000GBL0$0$0$600

Winning Parlay Part 6

Every time we wait for 6 repeats of the same color or 5 consecutive wins, we gather 32 chips from the table profiting $310 ($320-$10). In Table 3 above, this occurs 5 times at sequences 23, 32, 61, 89, 156. We can deduce that this is happening at a frequency of every 40 spins, on average. If we were betting one $10 chip at every spin, we would be losing $400 before we hit a profit of $320. However, with this system, we are betting one $10 chip every run, which can be every 2, 3, or 4 spin depending on the repeat patterns. That’s why we come out profitable every time.

The observation of Table 3 shows that 6 repeats do happen frequently enough and cashing $310 when it happens is rewarding, despite the temptation of cashing it at 16 chips.

Our next simulation in Table 4 below will show events of 7 repeats or 6 consecutive winnings, that can enable us to cash 64-1=63 chips or $630 at $10 a chip (or unit). This requires much more patience and belief that it will eventually happen. It will happen much less frequently and there are no guarantees that it will happen at all within 2 to 3 hours of play. Observations of many scoreboards show that within one day many tables hit 7 repeats. The question is, are you patient and daring enough to wait for this to happen? If a run of seven repeats doesn’t materialize soon enough, how much are you willing to go down before recovering your money?

Table 4

SequenceNumberRed/Black BetBlack or RedWin/LoseWin StreakBetCashNet
134R
230RRW1$10-$10-$10
324BRL0$0$0-$10
422BBW1$10-$10-$20
50GBL0$0$0-$20
600GNo Bet0$0$0-$20
713BNo Bet0$0$0-$20
836RBL0$10-$10-$30
96BRL0$10-$10-$40
1027RBL0$10-$10-$50
119RRW1$10-$10-$60
1234RRW2$0$0-$60
1326BRL0$0$0-$60
1421RBL0$10-$10-$70
1525RRW1$10-$10-$80
169RRW2$0$0-$80
1721RRW3$0$0-$80
1819RRW4$0$0-$80
1924BRL0$0$0-$80
200GBL0$10-$10-$90
218BNo bet0$0$0-$90
2213BBW1$10-$10-$100
236BBW2$0$0-$100
2419RBL0$0$0-$100
2526BRL0$10-$10-$110
2632RBL0$10-$10-$120
2722BRL0$10-$10-$130
2811BBW1$10-$10-$140
2925RBL0$0$0-$140
309RRW1$10-$10-$150
3112RRW2$0$0-$150
3233BRL0$0$0-$150
3323RBL0$10-$10-$160
3435BRL0$10-$10-$170
3515BBW1$10-$10-$180
3613BBW2$0$0-$180
3732RBL0$0$0-$180
3828BRL0$10-$10-$190
3931BBW1$10-$10-$200
4033BBW2$0$0-$200
4115BBW3$0$0-$200
4223RBL0$0$0-$200
4319RRW1$10-$10-$210
4411BRL0$0$0-$210
4527RBL0$10-$10-$220
468BRL0$10-$10-$230
4710BBW1$10-$10-$240
4810BBW2$0$0-$240
498BBW3$0$0-$240
5031BBW4$0$0-$240
5124BBW5$0$0-$240
524BBW6$0$640$400
5329BNo Bet7$0$0$400
5432RBL0$0$0$400
5514RRW1$10-$10$390
567RRW2$0$0$390
5713BRL0$0$0$390
589RBL0$10-$10$380
5932RRW1$10-$10$370
6029BRL0$0$0$370
6125RBL0$10-$10$360
627RRW1$10-$10$350
638BRL0$0$0$350
647RBL0$10-$10$340
6526BRL0$10-$10$330
6626BBW1$10-$10$320
6728BBW2$0$0$320
6831BBW3$0$0$320
6925RBL0$0$0$320
7013BRL0$10-$10$310
7127RBL0$10-$10$300
7226BRL0$10-$10$290
7318RBL0$10-$10$280
7431BRL0$10-$10$270
750GBL0$10-$10$260
7616RNo Bet0$0$0$260
7721RRW1$10-$10$250
789RRW2$0$0$250
7926BRL0$0$0$250
8021RBL0$10-$10$240
8118RRW1$10-$10$230
8212RRW2$0$0$230
8323RRW3$0$0$230
845RRW4$0$0$230
855RRW5$0$0$230
8610BRL0$0$0$230
8730RBL0$10-$10$220
8836RRW1$10-$10$210
899RRW2$0$0$210
908BRL0$0$0$210
9135BBW1$10-$10$200
920GBL0$0$0$200
9329BNo Bet0$0$0$200
9400GBL0$10-$10$190
958BNo Bet0$0$0$190
9611BBW1$10-$10$180
973RBL0$0$0$180
984BRL0$10-$10$170
9912RBL0$10-$10$160
10013BRL0$10-$10$150
10132RBL0$10-$10$140
10200GRL0$10-$10$130
10314RNo Bet010$0$130
10421RRW1$10-$10$120
10528BRL0$0$0$120
10623RBL0$10-$10$110
10734RRW1$10-$10$100
10821RRW2$0$0$100
1091RRW3$0$0$100
11000GRL0$0$0$100
11122RNo Bet0$0$0$100
1121RBL0$10-$10$90
11320BRL0$10-$10$80
11411BBW1$10-$10$70
1155RBL0$0$0$70
11621RRW1$10-$10$60
1173RRW2$0$0$60
11832RRW3$0$0$60
11930RRW4$0$0$60
12012RRW5$0$0$60
12100GRL0$0$0$60
12200GNo Bet0$0$0$60
12316RNo Bet0$0$0$60
12413BRL0$10-$10$50
12530RBL0$10-$10$40
1265RRW1$10-$10$30
1272BRL0$0$0$30
12836RBL0$10-$10$20
12934RRW1$10-$10$10
1300GRL0$0$0$10
13124BNo Bet0$0$0$10
13212RBL0$10-$10$0
13331BRL0$10-$10-$10
13435BBW1$10-$10-$20
13536RBL0$0$0-$20
13628BRL0$10-$10-$30
13716RBL0$10-$10-$40
1384BRL0$10-$10-$50
13915BBW1$10-$10-$60
14023RBL0$0$0-$60
14131BRL0$10-$10-$70
14211BBW1$10-$10-$80
14330RBL0$0$0-$80
14413BRL0$10-$10-$90
14514RBL0$10-$10-$100
14619RRW1$10-$10-$110
14733BRL0$0$0-$110
14836RBL0$10-$10-$120
1499RRW1$10-$10-$130
15018RRW2$0$0-$130
15136RRW3$0$0-$130
15215BRL0$0$0-$130
15329BBW1$10-$10-$140
1540GBL0$0$0-$140
1559RNo Bet0$0$0-$140
15632RRW1$10-$10-$150
15722BRL0$0$0-$150
1586BBW1$10-$10-$160
15925RBL0$0$0-$160
1600GRL0$10-$10-$170
1611RNo Bet0$0$0-$170
16232RRW1$10-$10-$180
16331BRL0$0$0-$180
16431BRL0$10-$10-$190
1650GBL0$0$0-$190
16600GNo Bet0$0$0-$190
16718RNo Bet0$0$0-$190
1687RRW1$10-$10-$200
1697RRW2$0$0-$200
1709RRW3$0$0-$200
1713RRW4$0$0-$200
1728BRL0$0$0-$200
17316RBL0$10-$10-$210
17422BRL0$10-$10-$220
17523RBL0$10-$10-$230
17632RRW1$10-$10-$240
17722BRL0$0$0-$240
17810BBW1$10-$10-$250
17914RBL0$0$0-$250
1800GRL0$10-$10-$260
18126BNo Bet0$0$0-$260
18222BBW1$10-$10-$270
18331BBW2$0$0-$270
18417BBW3$0$0-$270
18511BBW4$0$0-$270
1866BBW5$0$0-$270
1877RBL0$0$0-$270
18826BRL0$10-$10-$280
18918RBL0$10-$10-$290
1902BRL0$10-$10-$300
19117BBW1$10-$10-$310
1928BBW2$0$0-$310
1934BBW3$0$0-$310
1946BBW4$0$0-$310
19535BBW5$0$0-$310
19614RBL0$0$0-$310
19728BRL0$10-$10-$320
19816RBL0$10-$10-$330
19936RRW1$10-$10-$340
2006BRL0$0$0-$340
20134RBL0$10-$10-$350
2026BRL0$10-$10-$360
20315BBW1$10-$10-$370
2042BBW2$0$0-$370
20533BBW3$0$0-$370
20612RBL0$0$0-$370
2071RRW1$10-$10-$380
20817BRL0$0$0-$380
20919RBL0$10-$10-$390
21028BRL0$10-$10-$400
21128BBW1$10-$10-$410
21236RBL0$0$0-$410
2137RRW1$10-$10-$420
2141RRW2$0$0-$420
21532RRW3$0$0-$420
21616RRW4$0$0-$420
2179RRW5$0$0-$420
21830RRW6$0$640$220
21918RNo Bet7$0$0$220
2201RNo Bet8$0$0$220
22119RNo Bet9$0$0$220
22234RNo Bet10$0$0$220
22326BNo Bet0$0$0$220
2247RBL0$10-$10$210
2250GRL0$10-$10$200

Winning Parlay Part 7

So, the 6 consecutive winnings happened only twice in 225 spins in sequences 52 and 218. Note that I’m showing 25 additional spins to the other tables to show the second occurrence of this 64-chip gathering feast. My simulations run up to 1000. And this happens about 6 times within 1000 spins, not always generating a big profit because of the number of chips that need to be placed bet after bet until a streak of six consecutive wins happens. This requires quite a lot of patience and endurance. My strategy would be to quit the moment you hit that 64 (or rather 63) chip profit that puts you ahead. This happens in sequence 52, where your profit jumps to $400. A very good time to quit.

I will not go into a 7 consecutive winning simulation, as you need to be lucky for it to happen once in 200 spins. When it happens you will be cashing 128 chips or $1270 profit and the sooner it happens the more you would profit. Whether it will ever happen or not is less predictable than 3 or 4 consecutive winnings.

Statistically, seven consecutive same-decisions will happen 4 – 5 times within 1000 spins, but the profits it would generate will strongly depend on how soon they happen. You can take a look at all 4 tables above. You will notice that in Table 1, we had 7 consecutive winnings in sequence 17, and in Table 4, we had 7 consecutive winnings in sequence 53 and 10 consecutive winnings in sequence 222.

My conclusion is it might be best to choose to collect after 4 or 5 consecutive wins. This seems to produce more consistent results. If you are very patient and are willing to wait for 6 consecutive wins, you may do so. Patience may pay off, particularly if you are lucky and your first winning streak occurs soon enough. At the other extreme, if you don’t want to risk a big bankroll and would be happy collecting small wins more frequently, then the 3 consecutive winning level is your best choice. Or you may start with the 3 consecutive winning levels and as your profit grows, you would increase the level to 4, and then to 5.

Money management in this method is self-explanatory as you are risking not more than 1 chip per run. You just quit whenever you feel like it or whenever you have won what you hoped for. Remember the strategy of quitting when your profits decrease by half or by $100 (or 10 units) from their peak. If you don’t get greedy and don’t chase losses you won’t get in trouble playing this system.


Winning Edge Roulette Betting System Explained

Winning Edge Roulette Betting System
On any roulette table, there are 6 even money bets e.g.: red or black, odd or even, and high or low, you may use any of these areas for the Winning Edge system. This system WORKS and is very simple to use but you MUST follow the rules and try not to let boredom set in! All you need to operate this system is a pad and paper plus patience.

To win $200.00 per hour involves using $5 chips and you must have about $750 in cash or credit available to cover long runs.

To win $400.00 per hour involves using $10 chips and you must have about $1500 in cash or credit available to cover long runs.

Copy the following series 1 1 2 onto your notepad and let’s get started playing.

FOR THIS EXAMPLE BET RED ONLY

Do not jump from red to black etc. in any one series, that will defeat the odds and this system.

1 > Start by playing the top number of your series (1) chip.

1 > If you win, you then play the top and bottom numbers on your list, e.g. 1 + 2 = 3 chips bet on your next play.

2 > If you lose, you enter the amount lost to the bottom of your list and bet the top number on your list.

IMPORTANT

· AFTER A LOSS YOU BET THE TOP NUMBER ON YOUR LIST

· AFTER A WIN YOU BET THE TOTAL OF THE TOP AND BOTTOM NUMBERS REMAINING ON YOUR LIST

1

1

2 Therefore, after one win (red came up) and two losses (black came up twice) your list would look this:

3

1

Now another red came up, your series looks like this:

1

1

2

3

1

Another red: another win, the list will look like this:

1

1

2

3

1

Another red, your series is over !! your list will look like this:

1

1

2

3

1

YOU HAVE WON $20 (using $5 chips)


REMEMBER
!!

WHEN YOU WIN, CROSS OUT THE BETS YOU HAVE WON

WHEN YOU LOSE ADD THE NUMBER OF CHIPS YOU LOST TO THE BOTTOM OF YOUR LIST

IMPORTANT NOTES

When you win any bet, e.g.: red comes up, you must cross out the chips you have won.

Your next bet is the total of the top and bottom numbers remaining on your list after you have crossed out your winnings.

On average you will complete 10 series an hour, e.g.: $200.00 in winnings per hour with $5. chips, $10. chips will net you about $400.00 per hour, but you must have on hand $1,500. in cash or credit to start.

You must use a small notepad when you play to ensure that you track all the series of money won or lost (you are allowed to track your play in all casinos with a pen and paper).

There will be times when you play, that a series will take a half-hour, and sometimes two spins of the wheel will finish a series. Do not vary from the system and you will come out on top.

One word of advice to the gamblers out there, this system may spoil your thrill of gambling. With our system, you stand a good chance of not losing again! You should only look at this method as a very profitable sideline.


Whittacker Progression for Even Money Bets

The strategy of the Whittacker progression for even-money bets is from principle somewhat similar to the Labouchere: one win repays two losses.

While with the Labouchere the lowest and the highest bets of a loss sequence are added and in case of a win is canceled, Whittacker always adds the two last lost bets. This leads in most cases to a faster regain of the previous losses as with the Labouchere.

Compared with the Labouchere, the Whittacker progression has the advantage that in many situations the downswings are not that big, especially, if the relationship of one-third of wins is not reached completely and a couple of few wins are still missing to reach a neutral or positive balance. This advantage of the Whittacker progression results from the fact that the last two lost bets (thus the highest) are added, whereby the balance deficit is reduced much faster than with the Labouchère.

The progression starts always with a bet size of 1 unit!

· Bet No. 1: 1 unit, in case of a win next bet 1 unit, in case of a loss:

· Bet No. 2: 2 units, in case of a win next bet 1 unit, in case of a loss: 2+1=3

· Bet No. 3: 3 units, in case of a win next bet 1 unit, in case of a loss 3+2=5

· Bet No. 4: 5 units, in case of a win next bet 2 units, in case of a loss 5+3=8

· Bet No. 5: 8 units and so forth…

The 2 last lost bets are canceled in case of a win. Then the last 2 open lost bets are added and so forth.

If the last open bet is the first bet ( -1 ) of the sequence we bet again 2 units.

Example 1, from Table No.1, Spielbank Hamburg, 2002-06-07, High & Low (spin 1 – spin 21), betting selection: before last (we do not recommend this betting selection, it is solely to demonstrate the progression).

Example 2, from Table No.1, Spielbank Hamburg, 2002-07-04, High & Low (spin 1 – spin 35), betting selection: before last.

As you can see 2 won bets in a row led to a remarkable reduction in the deficit. However, this example is a good demonstration of not using the bet on the decision before last. If you encounter long alternates of a series of 2, it will be very difficult to recover these kinds of losses.

If you lose a bet due to zero /double zero ( as before spin 26), repeat the bet. The amount lost due to the zero appearance has to be subtracted from the session balance.

The Whittaker progression should be used in no case without a good betting selection.

The disadvantage of the Whittaker progression is the fact that the bet size can grow rapidly with several consecutive losses.

A method to slow down the rapid rise of the bet size is to divide the sum of the last 2 lost bets by 2 and continue accordingly.


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