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can someone test the following systems for me please.
Posted: 11 February 2017 06:22 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Hi I’m new to roulette systems but been looking through them for hours for the last week.
I’ve been playing pretend and not yet for real as I’m trying out different systems.

One system I would like someone to test is one that I came up with last night although I’m sure someone has came up with it before me lol. Anyway it is the following.

bet the smallest possible unit on three of the even bets so for example low red even or high black odd which is what I have been doing. Now of course doing this I may win one out of the three bets but still be down so therefore from here on in when I say win I am referring to being up in my total net profit. If you win start over again with one unit on 3 even bets. But If you loose keep the exact same bet and double it and keep doubling it until you win enough to either equal or up what ever the total profit was prior to the first bet in series. So for example if you start with £1000 and we use £0.1 as our initial unit and we bet high black odd and we loose all but the colour bet then we will be down 10p. Now unlike the martingale principle were by you double only the loosing bets i.e. high and odd in this system you double all 3 so if the next number comes out as high black odd then not only would you recoup the your losses by one unit but you get even more because the black came in again. I’ve been practising with this compared to traditional martingale on one even bet and seem to be getting more promising results but have a go yourself and let me know your thoughts please.

The other system is a traditional martingale with a twist were by you stake half of your winnings not including initial balance. So for example say you start with £100 and we bet £0.01 on red and it comes in. that’s 100.01 so we have 1 pence profit. Now half of that is half of a pence which we can’t bet so we instead bet 0.01 again. Once we have 100.02 we again half our profit after initial balance so that’s half of two pence so we bet 0.01 then when we get to 100.03 we half the 3 pence which is 1.5 pence which we can’t do so you now have a choice whether or not to round up or down for the next bet so in my case I round down so I bet 0.01. once that comes in the net is 100.04 so the next bet is now 0.02, once that comes in we have 100.06 so the next bet is for 0.03 which then gives us 100.09 and so on and so on. I find that by risking half of what i’ve won each time is a good way of growing profits exponentially and quicker than traditional martingale of course you have to decide if there comes a limit to how much you stake or will you again add half on top because of course the bigger the stake the more likely you can’t double up that many times before bankrupt. Maybe someone could come up with a decent point at which you start over again with the smallest unit. David

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Posted: 14 February 2017 12:13 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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dayh - 11 February 2017 06:22 PM

bet the smallest possible unit on three of the even bets so for example low red even or high black odd which is what I have been doing. Now of course doing this I may win one out of the three bets but still be down so therefore from here on in when I say win I am referring to being up in my total net profit. If you win start over again with one unit on 3 even bets. But If you loose keep the exact same bet and double it and keep doubling it until you win enough to either equal or up what ever the total profit was prior to the first bet in series. So for example if you start with £1000 and we use £0.1 as our initial unit and we bet high black odd and we loose all but the colour bet then we will be down 10p. Now unlike the martingale principle were by you double only the loosing bets i.e. high and odd in this system you double all 3 so if the next number comes out as high black odd then not only would you recoup the your losses by one unit but you get even more because the black came in again. I’ve been practising with this compared to traditional martingale on one even bet and seem to be getting more promising results but have a go yourself and let me know your thoughts please.

Just off the top of my head this approach does appear to offer an advantage over a straight Martingale on a single even chance.  For example, betting red-low-odd on the layout below gives you five numbers (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) that win all three ECs and should put you in profit for the series.  To be equivalent to a single EC bet only 4½ numbers should be winners all around.  Obviously the down side is that you are doubling three bets instead of just one on a loss so your stake could evaporate a lot faster.

Of course it could be argued that any Martingale-type progression is not for the faint of heart, but a variation for the not-as-strong of heart might be to make only a single EC bet for three spins, then treat those spins as though you had made three EC bets on a single spin, doubling if necessary for the next set of three spins.  The advantage of this approach is more flexibility: you can bail after the first or second spin of a set if you are in profit overall.

dayh - 11 February 2017 06:22 PM

The other system is a traditional martingale with a twist were by you stake half of your winnings not including initial balance. So for example say you start with £100 and we bet £0.01 on red and it comes in. that’s 100.01 so we have 1 pence profit. Now half of that is half of a pence which we can’t bet so we instead bet 0.01 again. ... I find that by risking half of what i’ve won each time is a good way of growing profits exponentially and quicker than traditional martingale of course you have to decide if there comes a limit to how much you stake or will you again add half on top because of course the bigger the stake the more likely you can’t double up that many times before bankrupt. Maybe someone could come up with a decent point at which you start over again with the smallest unit.

You have lost me on this one.  You say you are playing a slightly modified Martingale (a losing, or up as you lose, progression) then describe a winning (up as you win) progression, and finally talk about limiting the number of times you increase your bet (after winning, remember) to avoid bankruptcy.  How can I go bankrupt if I am winning?!

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