# Dual Even Money Progression System Explained

Some of you have asked me about my system called the Dual Even Money Progression.
This system bets on all 3 even bets (color, even/odd, first/second 18).

My goal was to design a betting system that could be played systematically over the long term and beat the internet casinos. I have tested several systems developed by credible names such as The Guetting Progression system, Half Peak system, Hollandish system and others as well and they have all depleted the bankroll in the longer term.

Out of all the systems that I have programmed and tested with thousands of spins, including real casino spins, true random generated spins, as well as pseudo generated, this is the only system that wins MOST consistently. The profits are not large, but nonetheless, are profits.

Now let us talk about this betting system. On each one of the even bets, I am betting on both options. Let’s choose red/black to illustrate. I am betting on both the red and the black on every spin, but with different progressions. This example could be simplified to use a single progression, but I believe this example, describes the concept better.

I am betting always on the last outcome, if the last spin was red, my reference will be set to red. If 0 comes out, we will maintain the previous reference before 0 came out.

Here is the progression. Whatever my reference is at any given time, I will follow this progression, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34 (Fibonacci progression) and for the opposite, I use the following: 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256

I know this system is not easy to understand but bear with me. Let’s say the first spin result is red, I will bet 1 unit on the red and 2 on the black. If the next spin result is red again, I will bet 1 unit on the red and 4 on the black, Let’s say red comes out again, I bet 2 units on the red and 8 on the black. Now, let’s say black comes out, well, I start my progression again. I will bet 1 unit on the black and 2 on the red.

The logic behind this is that I know that I will lose, the point is to minimize my losses in 2 ways, the first one is by doubling my bet on the opposite color, this means that when the opposite color comes out, I will recap my loses on that color plus one unit. Now let me explain the progression of what I call the reference color. As long as this color keeps on coming out, I will increase my bets, this means that I am taking advantage of this sequence but, the number of units bet cannot be greater than the opposite since we know we are eventually going to lose and when we do, we will recuperate what we have bet on the opposite plus all the winnings from all the repetitions of my reference color.

I have capped this progression to 5 losses on the system. What I mean is that our progression on the opposite has reached 32 units and the opposite has not come up, we take our losses and start again. We could extend that to a higher point and this will for sure produce more profit, I that also means higher losses. I kept it at 5 losses so that people with small bankrolls can play it.

Please test this system with Hamburg data files as well as random ones.

I look forward to your feedback
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Column A: Progression level / Bet number
Column B: Numbers bet
Column C: Units bet on this level
Column D: Total units bet so far
Column E: Total pay-out if hit at this level
Column F: Net profit if hit at this level
Column G: Net profit/spin if hit at this level
Column H: % chance to hit at this level
Column I: Total % chance to hit at or before this level
Column J: Net profit x H (= Mathematical 100 sessions) at this level
Column K: Total net profit up to and including this level for mathematical 100 sessions

A B C D E F G H I J K
1 1 1 1 36 35 35.000 2.702 2.702 94.594 94.594
2 1 1 2 36 34 17.000 2.629 5.332 89.408 184.002
3 1 1 3 36 33 11.000 2.558 7.890 89.433 268.436
4 1 1 4 36 32 8.000 2.489 10.380 79.661 348.098
5 1 1 5 36 31 6.200 2.422 12.802 75.086 423.184
6 1 1 6 36 30 5.000 2.356 15.159 70.700 493.885
7 1 1 7 36 29 4.142 2.292 17.452 66.496 560.382
8 1 1 8 36 28 3.500 2.231 19.683 62.468 622.850
9 1 1 9 36 27 3.000 2.170 21.853 58.609 681.460
10 1 1 10 36 26 2.600 2.112 23.966 54.913 736.373
11 1 1 11 36 25 2.272 2.054 26.020 51.374 787.748
12 1 1 12 36 24 2.000 1.999 28.020 47.986 835.734
13 1 1 13 36 23 1.769 1.945 29.965 44.744 880.478
14 1 1 14 36 22 1.571 1.892 31.858 41.641 922.120
15 1 1 15 36 21 1.400 1.841 33.700 38.674 960.795
16 1 1 16 36 20 1.250 1.791 35.492 35.837 996.633
17 1 1 17 36 19 1.117 1.743 37.235 33.125 1029.758
18 1 1 18 36 18 1.000 1.696 38.931 30.534 1060.292
19 2 2 20 36 16 0.842 3.300 42.232 52.815 1113.108
20 2 2 22 36 14 0.700 3.122 45.355 43.715 1156.823
21 2 2 24 36 12 0.571 2.953 48.309 35.445 1192.269
22 2 3 27 54 27 1.227 2.794 51.103 75.440 1267.709
23 2 3 30 54 24 1.043 2.643 53.746 63.433 1331.143
24 2 3 33 54 21 0.875 2.500 56.246 52.504 1383.647
25 2 3 36 54 18 0.720 2.365 58.611 42.570 1426.218
26 2 3 39 54 15 0.576 2.237 60.848 33.558 1459.776
27 2 4 43 72 29 1.074 2.116 62.965 61.372 1521.148
28 3 6 49 72 23 0.821 3.002 65.967 69.065 1590.213
29 3 6 55 72 17 0.586 2.759 68.727 46.909 1637.122
30 3 7 62 84 22 0.733 2.535 71.262 55.783 1692.906
31 3 8 70 96 26 0.838 2.330 73.592 60.580 1753.486
32 3 8 78 96 18 0.562 2.141 75.734 38.539 1792.026
33 3 9 87 108 21 0.636 1.967 77.701 41.317 1833.344
34 4 13 100 117 17 0.500 2.410 80.112 40.980 1874.325
35 4 15 115 135 20 0.571 2.150 82.262 43.000 1917.326
36 4 17 132 153 21 0.583 1.917 84.179 40.269 1957.595
37 4 19 151 171 20 0.540 1.710 85.890 34.205 1991.801
38 6 35 186 210 24 0.631 2.288 88.178 54.914 2046.715
39 6 42 228 252 24 0.615 1.917 90.095 46.009 2092.724
40 6 50 278 300 22 0.550 1.606 91.701 35.335 2128.060
41 12 150 428 450 22 0.536 2.691 94.392 59.211 2187.271
42 12 225 653 675 22 0.523 1.818 96.211 40.007 2227.279
43 18 675 1325 1350 22 0.511 1.843 98.054 40.548 2267.827

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