The Unorthodox Even Chances betting system is based on two past systems: The Martingale and the Cancellation systems.
What we will be doing is playing the following systems with a certain bet selection in hopes to achieve a profit.
An Unorthodox Martingale or cancellation is just random numbers that happen to make up the system in hopes that being random and having random wins and losses will end up creating abnormal wins.
The bet selection is simple, watch 15 plays on roulette and bet the EVEN MONEY CHANCE that has to happen to come up the most. B/R, E/O, L/H.
Once you know what to play, you then choose what you want to play, an unorthodox martingale or an unorthodox cancellation system.
The Martingale goes for a couple of wins while the cancellation plays out entirely for one full marquee set of numbers.
An example of an unorthodox martingale is 1-4-7-20-60-111 etc.
An example of an unorthodox cancellation is a line of 3 or 4 or 5 numbers, up to the player (suggested 4). 11-4-7-3
To play the Martingale you bet the next number in line after a loss, for the cancellation, you add the first and the last and bet the sum of them if you lose you add the loss to the end of the line (right-hand side).
Keep in mind the table limits, if you set the unorthodox cancellation to big numbers too fast, you will climb up to the table limit quickly, and make sure you have enough for the martingale to go at least 5-6 plays.
EXAMPLES (taking into consideration a marquee gives us 15 numbers)
03 25 12 01 17 30 29 33 18 22 16 24 19 35 24 reds = 8 Blacks = 7 Even = 7 odds = 8 low = 6 high = 9. We will play high in this situation unorthodox Martingale ( we will use the example above 1-4-7-20-60-111 )
Total gained during the unorthodox Martingale was +28 units, a regular Martingale would have only made 8 units profit. Let’s take the same numbers and play an unorthodox cancellation of the above sequence.
11-4-7-3, if we win, we will call it a game and stop (conservative people, if you are aggressive, go ahead and try to finish another sequence).
28 11-4-7-3 cancel out the 11 and 3 = 4, 7 18 LOSS, 4, 7, 15 32 cancels out the 4 and 15 = 7 6 loss 7, 7 3 loss, 7, 7, 14 2 loss 7, 7, 14, 21 24 cancels out the 7 and 21 = 7, 14 34 cancel out the 7 and 14 win END OF SESSION +11+4+7+3 = 25 units
Let’s Continue For The Aggressive Player
21 cancel out the 11 and 3 27 cancel out the 4 and 7 +25 units again.
16 loss 11, 4, 7, 3, 14 15 loss 11, 4, 7, 3, 14, 25 33 win to cancel out the 11 and 25 = 4, 7, 3, 14 15 loss 4, 7, 3, 14, 18 13 loss 4, 7, 3, 14, 18, 22 32 cancel out the 4 and 22.
TAKE RESULTS AND SEE WHAT CAME UP THE MOST THEN CONTINUE FINISHING THE GAME, the line left is 7, 3,1 4, 18. Red=7 black=8 even=8 odd=7 high=7 low=8 so pick between black, even, and low (let’s play low because we are dealing with low/high already)
8 cancel out 7 and 18 19 loss line is 3, 14, 17 18 cancel out 3 and 17 3 cancel out 14 +25 units again.
Now, as you can see the cancellation got really high really quickly, but always remember, we are playing the hottest even money bet, so we hope it will continue to hit more than the other, and as we saw, the high slowly changed to a low dominated game which is fortunate to have gotten us out of a mess.
The unorthodox cancellation system can yield a higher percentage return as suppose to the Martingale. As seen, the unorthodox Martingale did finish a couple of times, we could have changed it to 5-11-50-100-350 or something but the point is it finished more frequently than the unorthodox cancellation.
I recommend you aim for 2-3 wins tops with the unorthodox Martingale and one-line sequence with the cancellation. In the above cases, the aggressive players would have made out well with the cancellation and the Martingale as well.
This is a new way to approach the game and should prove to work in the long run, if the player plays as specified, and is fairly random in choosing their way to play. The cancellation above finished 3 sequences, for a profit of 75 units while the Martingale finished 8 sequences for a profit of 25 units.
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