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I'll be following this with interest

So has Todd reached his stop loss yet?
(I'm guessing this is a small scale variation on Martingale progressive betting on a single number from what has been described so I'm suspecting its going to happen sooner rather then later).

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Originally Posted by tod1999
(nice result but was only 14 spins away from losing £575.75!)
Why not quite while you are winning?
Roulette has never been my thing tbh but this thread was interesting read

had a few days off as to be honest i couldnt be bothered playing..
back to it this morning and another winning day...
1 time: +£3.50
3 times: +£19.25 (21L, 71, 81L)
on the 2nd attempt i made 25p profit but if it came in the on the next spin it would have been +34.25
overall results....
1 time: +£211.50
3 times: +£365.50
I am just going to explain what i am doing, i know there is a few that play roulette here and maybe want to give it a try.....
All i am doing is betting on 1 single number
25p a go, now returns here are £9.00 and i will continue to use 25p for 35 spins, if it is not landed in 35 spins i move up to 50p. If my number lands inside 35 spins i will make profit and the size of this profit depends on when it lands
4th attempt +£8.00, 22nd attempt +£3.50
now at 50p stakes i keep the same number and i keep doubling stakes every 18 spins until i hit the number, using this staking plan will return a profit everytime your number lands
now i do have a stop loss which is £575.75 and that is a total of 143 spins
i could make it more spins by going 25p, 50p, £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 and so on which would give me well over 200 attempts before losing.
its 36/1 to land your number on a roulette and i am geting 143 atmepts at hitting a 36/1 to one shot
it is NOT a guarenteed system, and never once have i said it was, i could go 300 spins and still not hit my number, but i am happy to try and hit a 36/1 shot every 143 attempts
if i go above £575.75 then i will always be in profit as the first time i go 143 spins without hitting it i stop!
profit depends on when yopu hit the number, the ideal time to hit is in the first couple of spins after moving up
the worst time to hit is 1 spin before moving up as is the smallest return for example......
125th spin i make £2.25 profit
126th spin i make £272.75 profit
a whopping £270.50 diference for just one spin of the wheel
today the number came in on 21st, 71s and 81st attempt which is profit of £3.75, 0.25 and £16.25
when the number lands i keep the same stake for 1 spin just incase its back to back of the same number (happens often)
but then its back to 25p and move up.
imagine if i hit it on spin 120 which is £8 a pop at that point, if it comes in back to back and ive went back down to 25p im making £8.75 profit when i could have made £136.25 by keeping the previous stake for 1 spin.
like i said it isnt guarenteed but its fun
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Glad it's goign alright for you just now todd.
With the back to back thing, surely that just happens the same odds as any other number coming in?
If you hit a 12, the chances of a 12 being the next number are the same as the chances of any other number being the next number, unless the table is dodgy?
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Originally Posted by s0095063
Glad it's goign alright for you just now todd.
With the back to back thing, surely that just happens the same odds as any other number coming in?
If you hit a 12, the chances of a 12 being the next number are the same as the chances of any other number being the next number, unless the table is dodgy?
Who knows while messing around at jaxx i have seen the same number come up 3 times in a row twice within days and i think i have done maybe 2000 spins of the wheel there.

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Is skybets casino dodgy?
I gave this system a go but starting from 1p upwards and hit my number on the 30th, then 21st go THEN......
didnt hit my number for 200 attempts! (i gave up doubling somewhere along the line and only lost £20 in the end)
How likely is that to happen???

Originally Posted by Human123
Is skybets casino dodgy?
I gave this system a go but starting from 1p upwards and hit my number on the 30th, then 21st go THEN......
didnt hit my number for 200 attempts! (i gave up doubling somewhere along the line and only lost £20 in the end)
How likely is that to happen???
This is a variation of martingale system, and as such I wouldn't recommend anyone playing it unless they play for fun. It's EV, you will lose in the long run, there is absolutely nothing that may offset the roulette's house edge. As there is a 1 i 37 chance that you'll hit your number, chances of going 200 spins without hitting it are (1  1/37) ^ 200 which is roughly 0.4% or 1 in every 250 sessions, so quite probable.

"If" you are going to try this it makes sense to spread out when and where you play to at least take advantage of any offers which may be running.
For example this weekend Skybet is a good choice as they are giving back 15% of any amounts you lose this weekend (promo code nov) so at least if you lost the £500 odd you would next weekend get £75ish back.
Play on Tuesdays at BlueSq and admitedly you have to play "Double Spin Attack" Roulette or something like that but itsn't that different and if you lose that day you get 20% back.
On Wednesday play at Virgin Casino and you get 20% back and thats on any type of Roulette.
You get the idea, im not in any way saying I think Roulette systems are likely going to work but you can still be a bit savvy about when and where to play to give you at least some consolation the day it does go wrong. You can combine bonuses and advantage play with having fun and being a mug if you want to.
Another variation on that theme is play somewhere like TheGamingClub with the monthly 50% bonus, you will get 50% more chance to hit your number and you can cash in early if you want to and if you happen to not hit the number for a lot of spins you may well unlock some of the bonus too whilst getting there.
Have a plan and stick to it

Originally Posted by dulence
With the risk of being called a partybreaker I must say I don't believe it's possible to beat the house on a regular basis playing roulette. With live blackjack, for example, you can employ card counting to give yourself a slight advantage, but there is no such technique that could be applied to roulette that would offset the standard 2.7% house edge.
Indeed it is very tough to beat the house or even to device a winning strategy. The Great Albert Einstein once said that it is impossible to employ some mathematical configuration to overcome the house edge. Personally my strategy is to start getting a feel for the table and whats been coming out by just betting red,black,odd,or even.
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