This is a strategy which I have come up with, I have

tested it with multiple random number generators

and have been using it in live play. So far it has

it been producing very good results in live play.

Presently there are a few members of this forum

using it and a few personal friends. If you would

like to get a little more insight into the strategy

I suggest you read the Red/Black thread here on

the forum. I have received a few IM’s from members

asking for more details and can the strategy be

used with a small bankroll, so I thought I’d try to

lay out the strategy in a separate thread.

First let me say this is not the so called “Holy Grail.”

So if your looking for an easy way to win this

definitely isn’t it. This is a grind and there’s no

guarantees you’ll win.

The strategy is based on streaks of red and black.

All your bets will be determined by the color of the

prior spin. The theory behind the strategy is that

the law of appearance states all series of even money

chances will account for 3/4 of all trials and single

even money chance only account for 1/4 of those

trails. A series is 2 or more of the same (RR, BB, RRR,

BBB, RRRR, BBBB, .....) If you were to run a RNG

test of 100,000 spins, 75,000 of those spins would

approximately account for series of 2 or more and the

remaining 25,000 spins would account for single events.

I know it may sound crazy, but it is true! The Laws

of Distribution and Appearance can easily be verified.

Yes there will always be deviations but if you ran

many test you’ll see the ratio always comes near that

3/4 series to 1/4 single events. The theory of this strategy

is to try to capitalize on those series of red and black.

The strategy has 4 levels of play, with each level giving

you 6 betting steps. The odds of losing 6 of these betting

steps is approximately 1 in 64. Thus for the strategy to

totally collapse the odds are approximately (1 in 64) (1 in 64)

(1 in 64) (1 in 64). In my RNG testing I did suffer a few

total losts of all 4 levels. The thing is I was way

ahead at the time and was able to handle the losts, and

each time I was able to recover my losts and reach new

highs before the next lost. In my limited live play of the

strategy I haven’t yet suffered a lost of all 4 levels. I’m

up a little over $6,000 in live play and a lost is definitely

due. The strategy requires a sizable bankroll of 173 units,

if you use $10 units that amounts to $1,730 investment.

I have scaled the bankroll down for one of the members

here on the forum and as of today he’s doing well and

up about $1,000 but only plays for a 5% profit goal per

session. I also have a personal friend who plays this

strategy with $50 units and HAS had one lost so far,

but even after that lost he is still showing a profit of

over $15,000.

Remember this strategy is based on a “hit and run” game.

I personally only play for 4 to 5 units profit per table. I

average any where between 4 to 40 spins per session.

Must of the time I reach my goal of 4 to 5 units per table in

under 20 spins and then move to another table.

Here are the bets for the strategy:

(Level 1 - $10-$16-$22-$28-$34-$40 = $150 (Up $6 on a lost, down $4 on win.)

(Level 2 - $15-$24-$33-$42-$51-$60 = $225 (Up $9 on a lost, down $6 on win.)

(Level 3 - $30-$48-$66-$84-$102-$120 = $450 ( Up $18 on a lost, down $12 on win.)

(Level 4 - $60-$96-$132-$168-$204-$240 = $900 ( Up $36 on a lost, down $24 on win.)

Any two consecutive wins decrease to whatever level value of the that level, (if Level 3

and win two bets in a row instead of going down $18 you decrease by $30),

but never lower than the starting level amount.

Sorry, I have to run, have to be on job sight early to met architect. I know their

will be questions and will definitely try to answer as soon as possible.

I have made some tweeks to the strategy since playing live play and will

pass them along later. I’ve tested hundreds of systems throughout the years

and even though this may fail in the so called Long Run, I’m having fun with

it and so far I’m well ahead! This is a grind and not for everyone.

Thanks to all those who have shown a interest! Louie