For bet selection I decided to use only 1 number,

played straight up.

Progression (believe it or not) is the Martingale

(1-2-4-8-16) and the progression increases after

each cycle of 37 spins (or 38 american 00 wheel).

The specific number played is the number that

has shown the least compared to the other numbers

on the table.

The cycles are 37/38 spins, so we begin with

1 unit on the chosen number.

If it fails to appear in 37/38 spins, the bet

increases to 2 units.

Another 37/38 without a show and the bet

increases to 4 units.

If we complete another cycle without a win -

the bet goes to 8 units.

and finally if no win after another 37/38 the bet

goes to 16 units.

### Why the bet selection ?

Simple as well.If we look at how the numbers fall, of course we will

have times when a specific number fails to show for

possibly 300-400 (or more) spins, so the above progression

would run out well before that time.

However, there is a way to know what numbers will do

this and what numbers won't. (opinion).

The number with the least number of shows (thus being

far behind) will never be one of these "doomed" numbers.

When a number sleeps for a massive number of spins,

we can be assured that it's a number that has been showing

on average as expected or has been showing ahead of expected.

A number that is well behind, the "last" in line if you will -

Will not be a number that will be the next long-term sleeper.

Sounds complicated maybe but it really isn't.

All that's needed is for the player to keep a count of the

spins as they show - this will give us the number to play.

The progression is explained above, simple as well.

NOTE: The progression will not produce a win every time,

it isn't capable of doing that. While most sessions end in

profit - not all do (thus the dropping sections shown in the

chart below) - However, long term we are fine if our goal

is only to make 1 unit average per casino session.

Aside from the test below, I have so far run another concept based

on this same kind of approach to well over 50,000 spins.

Not a single time did the "farthest behind" number fail to sleep

for more than 5 cycles of 37 spins (so 16 units in the progression)

So expect 16 units to be the max ever placed on the table

for a bet.

(NOTE) This is not the "farthest back" method, they are not the

same - however there's nothing stopping you from playing

2 numbers - the "farthest behind" number and the "farthest back"

number together with a specific progression.

The upcoming Holy Grail (on a seperate page) is played

somewhat as described above - but without the marty.

More numbers than 1 are played as well.

But this page is based on the challenge to make 1 unit per

visit (average) so I believe this system described above will

do just that.

### Explain the system with a quick example

Step 1 ) Record 37 spins.

Step 2 ) Begin betting 1 unit on a number that has

the least amount of hits (in this case it will be 0 shows)

Choose any of the available numbers. I like to go low

to high, so assume #2 has not shown - that will be the

number I'm going to play for the next 37 spins.

Step 3 ) Play this number flat betting 1 unit for 37/38

spins.

Step 3a ) You have a win (very common) thus a profit.

Now look at your notes to find the next number to play.

Step 3b ) You have no win after 37/38 spins have passed.

You increase the bet 100% (martingale) and play that

same number flat for the next cycle of 37/38 spins.

### Test chart

As we see from above - we are trending up at a slow

but reliable pace.

The stats -

+796 units over the course of 10,125 spins.

This breaks down to .078 units profit per spin average

Which also means we can expect on average

1 unit of profit per every 12.82 spins.

If you had played this method for only 12.8 spins

per casino visit you can expect to have had 796 casino

visits with 1 unit profit average for each visit.

### Roulette System update - max bankroll needed

Euro wheel -1 unit X 37 spins (37) +

2 units X 37 spins (74) +

4 units X 37 spins (148) +

8 units X 37 spins (296) +

16 units X 37 spins (592) = 1147 units total

American wheel -

1 unit X 38 spins (38) +

2 units X 38 spins (76) +

4 units X 38 spins (152) +

8 units X 38 spins (304) +

16 units X 38 spins (608) = 1178 units total

The longer you can record only - before placing any bets

the better !

For example - record until "ALL" numbers have shown and

then begin.

The further you record, the better data you'll have.

It also narrows the available amount of numbers

down to only 1 or 2 and wins are more reliable.

Saturday, April 2, 2016