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Posted: 11 May 2013 02:10 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 31 ]
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How do you get half your bets back on zeros, is it a promotion or something?

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Posted: 11 May 2013 02:51 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 32 ]
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DMAC2037 - 11 May 2013 02:10 PM

How do you get half your bets back on zeros, is it a promotion or something?

  You must be very very new to roulette.


     
En Prison Rule

In certain casinos and in particular Atlantic City, when betting on even-money propositions, the player has an additional option which is very beneficial to the player. This option is known as the en prison rule. If the player makes one of the even-money waging bets and 0 and 00 is the next outcome, the player has two alternatives:


a)The player can “imprison” the bet. This means the bet stays where it is. Then if the bet wins on the next spin, the bet is returned to the player.


b)Or the player may surrender half of the bet. The en prison option lowers the house advantage to 2.7%.If you are playing the European Roulette which has one green, the 0, and with the en prison rule, the house edge is reduced further to a respectable 1.35%.

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Posted: 11 May 2013 03:11 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 33 ]
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I have never seen a European wheel in Las Vegas and I lived here for 22 years. I guess that would not work for me.

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Posted: 11 May 2013 04:38 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 34 ]
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DMAC2037 - 11 May 2013 03:11 PM

I have never seen a European wheel in Las Vegas and I lived here for 22 years. I guess that would not work for me.

  DMAC,

    First of all, there are a few casinos that offer a European wheel.
     
                      Bellagio has 3 wheels (High Limit) $100 to $20,000
                      MGM has 2 wheels
                      Mirage has 2 wheels (High Limit)
                      Wynn has 2 wheels (High Limit)
      Stratosphere has $10 on a single 0 wheel but American Roulette rules
              which means a 2.70% casino advantage.

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Posted: 14 May 2013 03:05 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 35 ]
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Once I get that $10,000 bankroll VEGAS HERE I COME BABY! smile

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Posted: 20 May 2013 12:33 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 36 ]
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Just want to let you guys know..THIS METHOD WORKS!!!

You need at least two tables running for this to be effective though.

Be PATIENT.  Be DISCIPLINE.

Do these things and you can win as a roulette player.

I am building my bankroll at the moment.  When I hit my goal, I can then do it full time.

I am going to throw a small amount in a “trusted” online casino, to see if it is effective online as well.
I have tested this in “play mode”, but who really knows if it will produce the same results when you play “real mode” .

Playing in the casino is cool, but it can take quite a while.  If this works online, then I can play anywhere, at anytime.

Stop paying for these horrible scam systems. 

The only way to win is:

1.  Proper (big enough) bankroll to survive losing sessions
2.  Strict betting selection
3.  Patience and Discipline
4.  Common Sense
5.  Never be greedy

Most people do not have these 5 things when they play. 

Good Luck to all of you guys in your pursuit.


I will be back to share my results.

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Posted: 20 May 2013 10:03 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 37 ]
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chasinthedream - 20 May 2013 12:33 AM

Just want to let you guys know..THIS METHOD WORKS!!!

You need at least two tables running for this to be effective though.

Be PATIENT.  Be DISCIPLINE.

Do these things and you can win as a roulette player.

I am building my bankroll at the moment.  When I hit my goal, I can then do it full time.

I am going to throw a small amount in a “trusted” online casino, to see if it is effective online as well.
I have tested this in “play mode”, but who really knows if it will produce the same results when you play “real mode” .

Playing in the casino is cool, but it can take quite a while.  If this works online, then I can play anywhere, at anytime.

Stop paying for these horrible scam systems. 

The only way to win is:

1.  Proper (big enough) bankroll to survive losing sessions
2.  Strict betting selection
3.  Patience and Discipline
4.  Common Sense
5.  Never be greedy

Most people do not have these 5 things when they play. 

Good Luck to all of you guys in your pursuit.


I will be back to share my results.

  Hi ChaseTheDream,

    I’m really glad my Ching-A-Ling method is working for you. It’s
so true most people are doomed to the Human Factor.This strategy
has losing sessions and knowing how to deal them is so important.
Don’t chase and I’m certain you’ll reach your bankroll goal, time
is something you have so follow your own advice “Patience and Discipline”

Soon Vegas will have legal online casinos, this strategy has the potential
to do great “if” it’s an honest site with live roulette wheels. Please keep
us posted, I know it works for me for my starting bankroll has grown a few
times my original starting level. There’s two others besides us who are
using this method and the results are positive. I have a saying for any
gambler I meet, “Grind Baby Grind”, I’ve sworn by this for some time now.
This strategy is WORK, remember the casinos have everything going for them,
but you have the greatest advantage, you can leave anytime you want!
So if you have the patience, can keep your greed in check and remember
it’s work and some days you won’t even get paid, all the rest is easy follow
the ‘STREAKS”!!!!!!

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Posted: 21 May 2013 04:11 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 38 ]
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Hi Louie,
        Looks like you are beginning to pick up a following. There would be a lot more if they didn’t have to jump up and change tables every few minutes. Have you considered just changing EC pairs? This seems to work on the European wheel, I am not sure about the American. The arrangement of the numbers is very different. I know “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it’ but if we didn’t try to make improvements we would still be in the stone age. If it works it will take a lot of the grind out of your play. I recognize the need for a break between stages, but as long as the EC pair are not playing in parallel it should be equal to changing tables. I don’t have an American table handy so any testing will have to be done your end. Though I doubt that your RNG results are based on an American table.
    I found some records from 1980, most of my stuff from that era has been dumped because I didn’t record numbers. You would have loved it then, two different casinos, Gaberone and Sun City, both spinning at 80 plus an hour. These days you are lucky to get 30, and if they are busy not even 20. My records show I averaged 10 units an hour on a BR of 50 units. I was betting all 3 of the EC pairs. I never lost my whole BR because I never risked it all. If I wasn’t winning I switched to something else. My favourite was to check the last 24 Nos. This woukld leave about 17 or 18 that hadn’t showed. I looked for those that could be linked on the layout and ran a series of flat bets. This never failed to recover a few chips to soften my loss.
        Keep well     Harry

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Posted: 21 May 2013 05:43 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 39 ]
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harryj - 21 May 2013 04:11 PM

Hi Louie,
        Looks like you are beginning to pick up a following. There would be a lot more if they didn’t have to jump up and change tables every few minutes. Have you considered just changing EC pairs? This seems to work on the European wheel, I am not sure about the American. The arrangement of the numbers is very different. I know “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it’ but if we didn’t try to make improvements we would still be in the stone age. If it works it will take a lot of the grind out of your play. I recognize the need for a break between stages, but as long as the EC pair are not playing in parallel it should be equal to changing tables. I don’t have an American table handy so any testing will have to be done your end. Though I doubt that your RNG results are based on an American table.
    I found some records from 1980, most of my stuff from that era has been dumped because I didn’t record numbers. You would have loved it then, two different casinos, Gaberone and Sun City, both spinning at 80 plus an hour. These days you are lucky to get 30, and if they are busy not even 20. My records show I averaged 10 units an hour on a BR of 50 units. I was betting all 3 of the EC pairs. I never lost my whole BR because I never risked it all. If I wasn’t winning I switched to something else. My favourite was to check the last 24 Nos. This woukld leave about 17 or 18 that hadn’t showed. I looked for those that could be linked on the layout and ran a series of flat bets. This never failed to recover a few chips to soften my loss.
        Keep well     Harry

  Hi Harry,
    It’s funny, I was thinking of you this morning when going through some of my IM’s.
  I’ve noticed the “War” has quieted down for a few days, I just couldn’t deal with it
  any longer and decided not to respond anymore in those endless arguements. I layed
  out my theory and my complete betting strategy. They always say show me the math,
  well I did. Not one of them took a serious look or even tested my theory, only to say
  I will lose in the Long Run. I tried to explain the math of how series of events account
  for 3/4 of all trials and single even money events only account for 1/4. You’d think I
  was talking Chinese. The simple math of losing 6 consecutive bets is approximately
  1 in 64. Having 4 levels of play in the strategy that’s 1 in 64 X 1 in 64 X 1 in 64 X 1 in 64.
  I understand the strategy is based on a step-ladder progression, but in light of the
  bankroll requiring 173 base units the numbers seem to work. My chances of getting
  my 4 to 5 win goal has a very high degree of certainty. How many times do we have
  to explain that we play short sessions and we are well aware of the HE? You would
  think one of these guys would test the dam strategy and show me the flaws of my
  theory. I have read hundreds if not more systems throughout the years, and before
  I jump on anyone I tested it myself. That’s why you wouldn’t see me post anymore
  to any of these endless arguements that system players can never win.
    As for a following, I wouldn’t say that! My testing shows moving from table to
  table appears to do much better than staying at one table. I have never really
  considered testing the other EC bets. Talking of improvements, I have been testing
  something lately. I have been charting the results of the last 15 spins before starting
  my betting. If I see a few series of consecutive colors of 3 or 4, I don’t jump in.
  Example (R/R/R/B/R/R/R/B/B/B/B/R/B/B/R/) I notice if I wait for the past 15 spins
  that have very limited streaks of two and basically a zig zag pattern that’s when I
  jump in and start betting. My logic is that in 16 spins probablity says on average
  I’ll see 1 series of 4 consecutive, 2 series of 3 consecutives, and 4 series of 2
  consecutives. Harry, it seems crazy but based on charting only those last 15 spins
  and applying this rule I have had great results. I have run into so many series of
  4 and 5 consecutive streaks using this. It just doesn’t make sense to walk to a
  table and see on the display board 10 Reds, 4 Blacks, and 1 Red, then start betting
  Red. Now that you have raised the question of the other EC bets, I will now have
  some fun testing your theory in the same manner. If I see a zig-zag pattern of
  Odd/Even or Hi/Low, with only a few series of 2 or 3 consecutively in the past 15
  spins, I’ll chart if I run into a higher series of consecutives in the next 20 to 30 spins.
  If the results are similar to that of Red/Black then you might be right to consider
  the other EC bets. I have even been testing dropping my 4 Level, I’ve gone over
  all my testing and how many times I’ve had to go to Level 4. It appears naturally
  I will have more losts, but in relationship to the number of times I haven’t had
  to go to Level 4, it has shown I make more based on the much lower bankroll.
  It’s a big difference to drop that $900 Level 4, ($10 unit base.) I know I have
  very rarely lost all 4 levels, but I wanted to see if it was possible to lower the
  bankroll for those with limited funds but still had a good chance of getting their
  4 or 5 win goal and have level 2 and 3 for recovery. I personally like the Level 4,
  it has proven very successful for recovery, but if the numbers are close I’ll drop
  level 4, especially if I’m way ahead and the lost doesn’t hurt the bankroll.
    I wish I could have played at Sin City, I know guys who have and said they
  loved it! 10 units an hour on a bankroll of 50, now that’s positive results!
  All my testing has been done on an American wheel, so if I could play on a
  European wheel would make my numbers look even better! It makes a big
  difference that extra zero, much higher house edge. Well Harry, stay well and
  thanks to the suggestions, I will definitely chart the othe EC bets!  Louie

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Posted: 22 May 2013 12:33 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 40 ]
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Hi Louie,
      Some years ago I did some very extensive analysis of stage betting. My previous attempts at stage betting had been an adaption of the Labby which was broken into stages as I skipped from EC to EC. Without the change of target it would have been a continuous progression. The figures in my last post were from a system where i used a single stage and simply changed target(EC pair) after each stage loss. When I started betting the 6lines in groups of 3 I was forced to stay on target, so I switched to progressive stages like your’s. Using the same 3000 spins (approx 40 spins per session, about 1 months play at around 3 hrs per day) I tested 1,2,3,4 possible stages. I used a number of different internal progessions to arrive at the best result. I found that I could win with 1 stage but the internal progression had to be strong. The overall returns weren’t good and the swings were terifying, due to losses clumping together. 2 stages worked very well, with moderate internal progressions, and stage 2 beginning at more or less the same level as stage one ended. 3 stages worked very well with losses around 1%. However the bankroll required was more than twice as much as 1&2 combined. Stage 4 wasn’t viable as the costs rose too steeply.  These results were then tabulated 1) the various internal bets 2) Bankroll required. 3) Risk Facter (generally much higher than the BR)  4) Amount won 5) Profit after losses deducted 6) Return per session (about 40 spins )  7)  Average return based on per 100 units of capital
  The best results were from a very strong 2 stage method, but the swings were quite large. A high moderate 3 stage came 2nd. The BR required was nearly 3 times as much but the risk factor was less than 50% more. The return per 100 units was 0.75 units lower. In practice I found a weak 3 stage method was best. It cost only 50% more. The swings and risk were much less, which made up for the fact the return was 2units per 100 less. You have noticed simular results, with stage 3 costing twice as much as 1 & 2 combined, and stage 4 costing twice as much as 1-2-3 combined.
    Obviously you are reluctant to change a system which has proved so successful. The fact that you have already done some experimentation with success made me point out some areas where your system might be improved. Remember if you can eliminate 1 stage you can double the base unit bet.
      Give it some thought. Your RNG testing has proved the viability, why not now use it to test some tweaks and improvements.
      Go well,      Harry

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Posted: 22 May 2013 01:09 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 41 ]
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harryj - 22 May 2013 12:33 PM

Hi Louie,
      Some years ago I did some very extensive analysis of stage betting. My previous attempts at stage betting had been an adaption of the Labby which was broken into stages as I skipped from EC to EC. Without the change of target it would have been a continuous progression. The figures in my last post were from a system where i used a single stage and simply changed target(EC pair) after each stage loss. When I started betting the 6lines in groups of 3 I was forced to stay on target, so I switched to progressive stages like your’s. Using the same 3000 spins (approx 40 spins per session, about 1 months play at around 3 hrs per day) I tested 1,2,3,4 possible stages. I used a number of different internal progessions to arrive at the best result. I found that I could win with 1 stage but the internal progression had to be strong. The overall returns weren’t good and the swings were terifying, due to losses clumping together. 2 stages worked very well, with moderate internal progressions, and stage 2 beginning at more or less the same level as stage one ended. 3 stages worked very well with losses around 1%. However the bankroll required was more than twice as much as 1&2 combined. Stage 4 wasn’t viable as the costs rose too steeply.  These results were then tabulated 1) the various internal bets 2) Bankroll required. 3) Risk Facter (generally much higher than the BR)  4) Amount won 5) Profit after losses deducted 6) Return per session (about 40 spins )  7)  Average return based on per 100 units of capital
  The best results were from a very strong 2 stage method, but the swings were quite large. A high moderate 3 stage came 2nd. The BR required was nearly 3 times as much but the risk factor was less than 50% more. The return per 100 units was 0.75 units lower. In practice I found a weak 3 stage method was best. It cost only 50% more. The swings and risk were much less, which made up for the fact the return was 2units per 100 less. You have noticed simular results, with stage 3 costing twice as much as 1 & 2 combined, and stage 4 costing twice as much as 1-2-3 combined.
    Obviously you are reluctant to change a system which has proved so successful. The fact that you have already done some experimentation with success made me point out some areas where your system might be improved. Remember if you can eliminate 1 stage you can double the base unit bet.
      Give it some thought. Your RNG testing has proved the viability, why not now use it to test some tweaks and improvements.
      Go well,      Harry

  Thanks Harry,
    I’m doing exactly what you have suggested. I’m seriously considering now dropping
  the 4th Level, my testing is showing good results even though there are more losts.
  The numbers are only slightly different with or without level 4. Yes the “grind” time
  after a lost is significant, but time is something I can endure! Been trying the EC
  and for some reason it just doesnt seem to produce the same results, but to be
  honest I only have a few trials so far. Will keep at it.
  I got pulled into that arguement again and posted, check it out. Finally someone
  has used the proper wording, “expect to win.” What really made it good was he
  was nice enough to give the meaning of “Expectation.” He proved my point for me,
  it is possible to use a system and win in the LONG RUN! They try so hard to make
  you look like a fool with all their intellectual wisdom, but in the end I really believed
  he proved everything I believe! He’s a real smart man, I envy his brain, it’s a shame
  I wasted the gift the guy upstairs gave me. Oh well, that’s life. Have to run Harry!
  Will keep you posted on my testing of the EC’s!  Louie

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Posted: 24 May 2013 07:14 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 42 ]
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Hi Louie  
      I saw you posted on the projectX thread. I don,t normally read it but I saw they were claiming HG so I took a peek. The idea of waiting 3000 spins to make a bet then needing a spread of 10,000 (0,10-1000) must have scared your pants off. I get the jitters with a spread of over 100. The EC progession I posted had a BR of 250 units but I can’t remember using much above 1/2 of that. The extra was because I often had 2EC’s in play at the same time.
      Louie the difference in EC results may be because of the way the numbers are arranged on the American wheel. They are not as random as on the European.
      I didn’t even swich my computer on yesterday so missed all the excitment on the other thread. I must now go and closely read it all to see if thereis anything I can add.
      Keep well   Harry

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Posted: 24 May 2013 12:24 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 43 ]
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harryj - 24 May 2013 07:14 AM

Hi Louie  
      I saw you posted on the projectX thread. I don,t normally read it but I saw they were claiming HG so I took a peek. The idea of waiting 3000 spins to make a bet then needing a spread of 10,000 (0,10-1000) must have scared your pants off. I get the jitters with a spread of over 100. The EC progession I posted had a BR of 250 units but I can’t remember using much above 1/2 of that. The extra was because I often had 2EC’s in play at the same time.
      Louie the difference in EC results may be because of the way the numbers are arranged on the American wheel. They are not as random as on the European.
      I didn’t even swich my computer on yesterday so missed all the excitment on the other thread. I must now go and closely read it all to see if thereis anything I can add.
      Keep well   Harry

harryj - 24 May 2013 07:14 AM

Hi Louie  
      I saw you posted on the projectX thread. I don,t normally read it but I saw they were claiming HG so I took a peek. The idea of waiting 3000 spins to make a bet then needing a spread of 10,000 (0,10-1000) must have scared your pants off. I get the jitters with a spread of over 100. The EC progession I posted had a BR of 250 units but I can’t remember using much above 1/2 of that. The extra was because I often had 2EC’s in play at the same time.
      Louie the difference in EC results may be because of the way the numbers are arranged on the American wheel. They are not as random as on the European.
      I didn’t even swich my computer on yesterday so missed all the excitment on the other thread. I must now go and closely read it all to see if thereis anything I can add.
      Keep well   Harry

  Hi Harry,

    Yes Harry, that ProjectX was way beyond the ranges I would ever
  image trying. Waiting 3,000 spins, could you just see me being in
  a casino for 4 straight days waiting for the “trigger.” Great now I
  finally make my .10 cent bet and win, what do I do now wait another
  3,000 spins to make another bet? Let’s say I win for a year straight
  never leaving the casino, then I lose 22 straight bets, this is pure
  insanity!! I have to be missing something, sure I understand this is
  a bot running on a computer. Even then, how much can someone win
  with in running 24 hours a day! Don’t these people following this and
  sending this guy a monthly fee realize what happens when the totally
  impossible happens? Why do all these people all believe there’s
  a golden money tree with this system! Investing 10,000 units to make
  .10 cents and possibly waiting 3,000 spins! The thing that get me most
  Harry, how many online sites do they think have a betting range .10 to
  1,000? Do they really think the site won’t realize that they have all
  these new customers playing long hours all making a few dollars everyday.
  The online sites all adapt and block these bots or change their betting
  ranges. Oh well, I’m looking forward to see how this plays out!

  As for the other thread, I just should have let it be, I can’t prove my
  theory and the debate is endless. The Long Run is now defined at the
  point where all systems fail!!! These men are so smart but aren’t open
  at least to even look at my math and strategy and test it. Show me the
  flaws of my thinking, my math is possibly wrong, I’m not a mathematician.
  All I know is I have been averaging more than 173 unit investment, even
  with all my losts figured in. I could possibly run into 2, 3, or total losts
  in a row and all my figures change. But even then my testing results have
  me so far ahead I could easily except the lost! Maybe it’s just luck Harry,
  but it seems a little more than luck to me. The truth of the matter is I
  would need a very smart programer to program the strategy with alternating
  RNG’s built in to similate moving from table to table, for I feel is a big factor.
  I honestly don’t know if it will hold up playing continuously at one table. But
  even then, I would be interested just to see the results on a continuous run.
  I still think that experiment with the 200 spins and that range of 65/135 tells
  us something, even if Midnight is correct with his math and that 1 in 2.5 million
  the numbers will fall outside that range. That limited range can be used to
  ones advantage in my opinion. But it is an “expectation” and not a certainty,
  but I find the degree of certainty more favorable then just randomly betting
  all over the board. Even Einstein was ridiculed by the whole scientic community
  his whole life for one of his theories, but only in the past few years has that
  theory proven true. I have grinded out a positive result for years at a craps
  table, luck or whatever, but I have met a few men that have made some really
  serious money playing a strategy over many years of playing. I agree 99.9%
  of gamblers fail, but that’s not 100%! I have to run, stay well Harry, Louie

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Posted: 24 May 2013 02:43 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 44 ]
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Hi everyone,

I would just like to confirm I’ve been using Louie’s red/black strategy with a limited stop loss and 3 levels of play for 2 days running - on each day I successfully increased my bankroll by the target of 5% so I’m now at £720.90.  It’s not a huge bankroll but I only started at £240 so not done too bad.

I can confirm the system does work - it is the case from what I’ve seen on William Hill and elsewhere that streaks of one colour do occur more then red/black/red/black etc.  I started on a unit of £5 then increased by £3 for every loss up to £17 so 5 stages to the 1st level of play.  The 3 levels of play equal £300 so it’s perfect for those with a smaller bankroll.  Louie just altered his bankroll requirements of $1730 to mine.  I will be continuing with this system for the time being as even if it does fall flat the profit will outweigh it.  Plus I’ll have to lose odds of 32/1 three times on 3 different tables for this to happen.  As my bankroll increases I may increase to 4 levels or increase the starting bets in the current 3 levels.

It’s worth trying out if you’re interested in a system with good odds of making a quick profit and you can also alter the bet limits to fit your goals/ bankroll. 

Thanks again Louie for this system - here’s to more wins!

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Posted: 27 May 2013 12:58 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 45 ]
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RolandDeschain - 24 May 2013 02:43 PM

Hi everyone,

I would just like to confirm I’ve been using Louie’s red/black strategy with a limited stop loss and 3 levels of play for 2 days running - on each day I successfully increased my bankroll by the target of 5% so I’m now at £720.90.  It’s not a huge bankroll but I only started at £240 so not done too bad.

I can confirm the system does work - it is the case from what I’ve seen on William Hill and elsewhere that streaks of one colour do occur more then red/black/red/black etc.  I started on a unit of £5 then increased by £3 for every loss up to £17 so 5 stages to the 1st level of play.  The 3 levels of play equal £300 so it’s perfect for those with a smaller bankroll.  Louie just altered his bankroll requirements of $1730 to mine.  I will be continuing with this system for the time being as even if it does fall flat the profit will outweigh it.  Plus I’ll have to lose odds of 32/1 three times on 3 different tables for this to happen.  As my bankroll increases I may increase to 4 levels or increase the starting bets in the current 3 levels.

It’s worth trying out if you’re interested in a system with good odds of making a quick profit and you can also alter the bet limits to fit your goals/ bankroll. 

Thanks again Louie for this system - here’s to more wins!

Thanks for posting! I had a few runs in the last few days, yesterday
I moved up to the $20 unit base. Lost level 1 five straight bets down
$220 in a blink, moved to a new table and started level 2 and sure
as hell 5 more straight loses. Was down $550 without even one win
under my belt. So fustrating sometimes, but I moved again and started
level 3, luck changed and I picked up 5 wins at the next 2 tables.
I recovered and at a $50 profit and was thankful to go back to
level 1. Played a few more session and ended up a little over $350.
Played a little craps and did alright, no one was making any points
but the table was crowded and the action was so dam slow. I was
with some friends and even donated a little to a few slot machines.
I love them but they can be so additive! I’m just glad I broke the ice
on my first $20 base unit play, I really was expecting the bad streak
to continue. As easy as it is to get a lot of good streaks, so is it
to run into my nightmare (RED, BLACK, RED, BLACK, RED) We walked
around and I was checking all the roulette display board with pass
results and dam if most of them didn’t have a lot of streaks of 3, 4,
and 5 in a row back to back! I know I can’t change the House Edge or
even think there is such a thing as a Holy Grail but I feel comfortable
with my strategy of following the streaks. I’m up over $5,000 playing
this way and I’m “certain” I will experience losts and naturally it will
hurt, but hopefully the short sessions of wins may increase before I
do. Please post any of your live results for the few people following
this thread. I know a few of them don’t post but I do get a few IM’s.
For those that don’t like posting, even if it’s a quick post of up a $100
or down a $1,000, I would really appreciate! I myself will keep my
posting limited to this Red/Black thread, I’m tired of the ridicule and
negative responds to any of my thoughts and theories. Everyone has
a right to their opinion but it has come to a point where it is an
endless argument, especially in light that others wouldn’t even test
the theories and show the flaws in my play. If it’s luck, then I’m very
thankful to be “UP” at this point, should I hit the so called Long Run
which all the math guys say is the point where all system fail so be it.
I have never gauranteed anything, it’s a game of chance but even in
an negative expectaion of 48.6% or what ever it is, that’s not a “Certainty.”
So maybe some days you can win a few bucks! By the way, there are no
Holy Grails and the House Edge is always constant so there’s no
misinterpretation. I don’t want all the math guys to start posting here
that I’m suggesting otherwise!!!! This Ching - A - Ling strategy is how
I play and I enjoy it, do your own testing and realize you can lose!

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