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is this good strategy ?
Posted: 03 July 2011 10:44 AM   [ Ignore ]
chief_wolfinjo
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Hi,

I am new to roulette. I play roulette on bwin
website now just for fun not with real money
I play only on same color , for example…
I put 1$ on red and if I loose , I again put 2$ on red
etc…. and if I loose 3 times , I just put 3$ on red…
and with this I can normally earn 20$ per day… I am happy
with that..

what do you think it will work on real money ?

Thank you !

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Posted: 07 July 2011 12:38 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Assuming an honest casino a betting strategy should perform the same whether playing for fun or playing for money.  Recognize, however, that betting strategies that win more times than they lose are a dime a dozen.  For example, the following Martingale-ish strategy will show a profit around 93% of the time:
    Bet one unit on a number straight up for 35 spins.
    If no hits then increase bet to two units for 18 spins.
    If still no hits then increase bet to three units for 12 spins.
    If still no hits then increase bet to four units for 9 spins.
    If still no hits then increase bet to five units for 7 spins.
    If still no hits then increase bet to six units for 6 spins.
    If still no hits then increase bet to seven units for 5 spins.
    If still no hits then increase bet to eight units for 4 spins.
    If still no hits then increase bet to nine units for 4 spins.
That’s 100 spins.  Of course the series can be continued, which will increase the win rate, but as you can see bankroll requirements escalate quite rapidly as well.  The problem with these kinds of strategies is that when they fail they lose more money than they have won.  The above example wins an average of 18.61519854 units when it wins, but loses 317 units when it loses for an average loss of 4.70 units per series.

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Posted: 11 December 2011 08:05 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Hi Mate you need to come and join us under topics ( roulette systems ) under iamprojectx!

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Posted: 15 December 2011 02:47 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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tomuen - 11 December 2011 08:05 AM

Hi Mate you need to come and join us under topics ( roulette systems ) under iamprojectx!

I have been following the thread over there, and I note that some of your participants have “hit the wall”.  So far those losses have come after enough wins so that they have left the players with sufficient funds to fight another day, but that is not a condition I personally would count on.  The wall can be encountered during any session, including the first.  Of course the probability of such an encounter can be minimized by setting a win goal that is small compared to one’s bankroll, but as I noted in my post to this thread on 7 July, absent advantage play the wall will be encountered eventually, and it will eventually wipe out all previous winnings.

That said, iamprojectx may still have value.  First, it may have an algorithm that attempts to detect and exploit dealer signatures and/or wheel biases.  This would explain why it works better in live play than on RNGs.  If such is the case I would hope the algorithm includes some recognition of the strength of the correlation between the actual results and the presumed non-random cause of their deviation from expectation—a chi square statistic, for example.

Second, in craps, my main game so to speak, the best non-advantage-play systems I have seen have a theoretical failure rate of around 0.5%.  If your system can get that figure low enough, say below 0.1%, then I could still be interested in it, figuring I might actually have to be searching for a wall (i.e. terribly unlucky) to run into one.

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Posted: 21 September 2012 01:03 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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If you are winning $20 per day I would say its a really good strategy. Keep winning smile

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Posted: 22 September 2012 11:32 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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chief_wolfinjo - 03 July 2011 10:44 AM

Hi,

I am new to roulette. I play roulette on bwin
website now just for fun not with real money
I play only on same color , for example…
I put 1$ on red and if I loose , I again put 2$ on red
etc…. and if I loose 3 times , I just put 3$ on red…
and with this I can normally earn 20$ per day… I am happy
with that..

what do you think it will work on real money ?

Thank you !

Truth, you would do better at Baccarat than Roulette with that strategy
—also try flat-betting instead of increasing bet after a loss.

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