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The Fleming System
Posted: 16 October 2012 10:05 PM   [ Ignore ]
Total Posts:  26
Joined  2012-09-28

I posted this in another section, but no one is commenting positive or negative. so I’ll try posting it here.

This system requires 14 times the table minimum for every bet.

1 = Table minimum

If the last spin was Red:

1 on Green (Split for American)
5 on Middle Column (2, 5, 8 etc)
8 on Red

If the last spin was Black:

1 on Green (Split for American)
5 on Third Column (3, 6, 9 etc)
8 on Black

Even though nothing in the past effects what will come, it sucks to loose to the same number twice in a row. Whichever color you choose doesn’t change the odds at all for this system. If the table is flopping between colors, feel free to anticipate which bet to make.

That’s it. That’s the best system I can come up with for Roulette.
If any Zero hits you win.
If the last number repeats you win.
If the last color repeats you win.
If the last color doesn’t repeat, you still have a 4 to 5 chance of winning.
If the last color doesn’t repeat, you have a 50/50 chance of winning on column 1.
If the last color doesn’t repeat, you have 2/1 chance of winning on the other unplayed column

You have a 73.68% (72.97% Euro) chance of winning no matter what.
28 spaces win (27 Euro).
10 spaces lose.
8 spaces win 1.
14 spaces win 2.
2 spaces win 4 (1 space win 22, Euro).
4 spaces win 17.
10 spaces loose 14.

18 numbers win every time. 2 3 8 9 11 12 17 18 20 21 26 27 29 30 35 36 0 00
Of the remaining 20 numbers, ten of them win, and ten of them lose.

Of course:
Betting 35 numbers gives you a 92.11% chance of winning with 35 win (1) / 3 lose (35), but the win amounts vs. lose amounts make it way too big of a gamble.

If anyone can come up with a better table bet, I would love to hear it.



Posted: 17 October 2012 04:02 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
Sr. Member
Total Posts:  452
Joined  2011-12-14

I will give it a try. I fail to see the logic behind this system but I always try anything new I find here and I have not seeen this particular game before (well it has some features of the mexican system) .
I will let you know what happens.


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