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 spins 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?
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