How to Keep Track of a Simple Roulette Progression

KennTollens asked to do his system. Check it out here.
http://www.loothog.com/Systems/simple.html

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16 thoughts on “How to Keep Track of a Simple Roulette Progression

  1. Don't pass bet: $50 on come out roll.
    On points:
    4/10: $25 on point. $5 on 4 or 10 that is not the point. $5 on the 5 and 9. $6 on the 6 and 8.
    Tell dealer: $32 across and add $20 on point.
    outcomes:
    7: win $50 lose $52 = -2
    point 4/10: win $50 lose $50 = 0

    5/9: $35 on point. $5 on the 5 or 9 that is not the point. $6 on the 6 and 8.
    Tell dealer: $22 inside and add $30 on point.
    outcomes:
    7: win $50 lose $52 = -2
    point 5/9: win $49 lose $50 = -1

    6/8: $42 on point. $6 on the 6 or 8 that is not the point.
    Tell dealer: $42 on point and $6 on non-point.
    outcomes:
    7: win $50 lose $48 = +2
    point 6/8: win $49 lose $50 = -1

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  2. That one I posted above is when I just want to have some fun. The one I play the most and also in my opinion the most solid strategy is this:

    I play this way when I am not throwing the dice so basically most of the time. I bet $12 on the don't pass. Wait for point. If it's 6 or 8 I place $12 on point. If it's 5 or 9, I take single odds. If it's 4 or 10, I take full odds.

    Feel free to test either one or both. Thanks again. No rush, please take as long as you need but I'd really like your input.

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  3. Thank you for demonstrating the system. I want to add, that you do not need to bet just 1 number. You can bet any amount of numbers, up to the amount in the stack. When you run out of chips in a stack, then go to the next and increase the bet per number by 1, and you can bet multiple numbers.

    I usually pick 4-5 numbers at a time.

    Try this
    1 on the previous number to come up
    1 on a hunch bet
    2 on numbers that you don't change.

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