
Knowing the issues with Todd's method and reading and understanding all of the warnings here, I still decided to give it a go.
To add to my woes I broke all the rules of gambling and started chasing loses and ended up over £1k down before I stopped and felt pretty sick to be honest. I rather stupidly decided to try again and build back up the lose and after a day or two I did, but with some rather stomach churning long runs without zeros.
This system is for the stupid, something which I knew and understood before, yet still gave it a go. Temptation it seems sometimes trumps logic

so how much does this type of bettiing narrow the odds down to?

Originally Posted by jamal_dre
so how much does this type of bettiing narrow the odds down to?
The odds of what occouring? None of the odds for each individual spin change, they are not correlated
Have a plan and stick to it

Originally Posted by jamal_dre
so how much does this type of bettiing narrow the odds down to?
It doesn't  that's the problem.
Roulette (single zero, nonpartage) WILL take 2.7027% of all your bets in the long term no matter when or where you place them, or how big or small they are.
It's a mathematical certainty.
If you think you can beat roulette you could start on making 2 + 2 = 5 next!
KK

Originally Posted by KasinoKing
It doesn't  that's the problem.
Roulette (single zero, nonpartage) WILL take 2.7027% of all your bets in the long term no matter when or where you place them, or how big or small they are.
It's a mathematical certainty.
If you think you can beat roulette you could start on making 2 + 2 = 5 next!
KK
KK
is it as simple as using the formula of: 36 numbers & 1 zero, so in theory 1 in every 37th spin is a zero
1/37 = 0.027027 (2.7027%)

yes in theory that is the maths that 0 will land 2.70% of the time, but as roulette is random then there is no mathimatical certainty that anything will ever happen!
you could have 5000 spins and 0 never come up, the maths says that 0 should come up 135 times, but because roulette is random then there is no certainty that anything will ever happen
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Originally Posted by tod1999
yes in theory that is the maths that 0 will land 2.70% of the time, but as roulette is random then there is no mathimatical certainty that anything will ever happen!
you could have 5000 spins and 0 never come up, the maths says that 0 should come up 135 times, but because roulette is random then there is no certainty that anything will ever happen
Yes, roulette is random and that's the reason why we're mentioning percents and probabilities. And yes, as we're considering random events here there's no certainty that any series of events will happen during one player's session.
However, the chances that 0 will not appear during a course of 5000 spins is rougly 3 x 10^59 (that's 3 times 10 to the power of 59 or 3 million billion billion billion billion billion billion to one, that's if I calculated correctly). In other words, if you were to play for 5000 spins, you have exactly the aforementioned chances of playing an even money shot.
One could also state that there is no certainty that you won't win the lottery  a bit of a eufemism but the statement is still correct.

good posts, ill post my strategy later after reading the posts

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Ok I used my last 10k on this system, now I've had to change my username

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This thread was interesting reading, thanks. I'm a complete roulette novice but it's what I normally choose to play with nodeposit casino bonuses (the only kind I've done so far) as it's so simple and I've never played BlackJack (although I know about the table you can get for that which tells you what to bet).
But you'd need quite a large float for doing a system like this, wouldn't you? So far my best return has been from just staking the lowest amount on one colour until I've reached the WR  that way I come out with slightly less that the full bonus, but at least I get something. When I've tried to use a progressive system I've lost it all very quickly.
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