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An Introduction To Profitable Roulette Playing
by The Roulette Lord
As a career banker, numbers have always been a significant part of my daily life. Number crunching day in, day out. I dreamed about numbers. About two years ago I set out to figure out a way to maximize opportunities when playing "numbers" games at the casino. Keno was my favorite game, but after awhile the only thing that this game produced was a "slow drain on my bankroll". I could play keno for hours and lose little money. I played blackjack, craps, and slots too, but no matter what I tried, no matter how much I read and tried various strategies, I couldnt seem to win. Then I really dived into the other "numbers" game -- roulette.
After playing roulette with regularity, I devised some systems outlined in "Straight Up Systems A Roulette Profit Strategy". These systems were tested over several months in real play at the casino as well as in computer simulation and other testing methods. Soon I was playing roulette (almost) exclusively and with great success using the methods that I had developed. Now they may not be "cutting edge", but so far, I have not read about or witnessed many others using similar systems.
As most will agree, unless you catch a lucky streak, the house will eat up your money sometimes much, much quicker than at other times. The key, then is to maximize winning sessions and minimize the times when the session is not going your way.
To accomplish this, you will need a good progression system. Progression is vital with many casino games because without eventually increasing your wager, you will soon be trying to capture lost funds should you not win. With a progression, you may lose money in the early stages of your gambling session, but when the winning begins, look out, because you will net a nice profit.
Heres a very basic system (a sample, if you will) of what you will find in "Straight Up Systems A Roulette Profit Strategy", my first roulette progression system document that is sold through Izak Matatya's www.letstalkwinning.com web site.
Begin a session at the roulette table with the intent to stick it out 40 spins. To use the following progression, you will need at least a 115 unit bankroll.
Pick one number (thats right, just one number) and place one unit on your lucky number. If your number does not "hit", place a one unit bet on the same number. You will do this fifteen spins (one unit) on your same number. If your number has not hit during these 15 spins, increase your wager to two units. If your number has not hit after five additional spins (20 spins since your session started), increase the wager to 3 units. You will play 3 units on this number for five more spins. If your number has not hit, increase to four units per spin. You will increase to five units for five spins, then six units for five spins if your number has not hit. See the chart below for complete breakdown of wagers, wins and aggregate units played.
Spin # # Units Wagered Agg #Units If Win Gross If Win Net Profit
1 1 1 36 35
2 1 2 36 34
3 1 3 36 33
4 1 4 36 32
5 1 5 36 31
6 1 6 36 30
7 1 7 36 29
8 1 8 36 28
9 1 9 36 27
10 1 10 36 26
11 1 11 36 25
12 1 12 36 24
13 1 13 36 23
14 1 14 36 22
15 1 15 36 21
16 2 17 72 55
17 2 19 72 53
18 2 21 72 51
19 2 23 72 49
20 2 25 72 47
21 3 28 108 80
22 3 31 108 77
23 3 34 108 74
24 3 37 108 71
25 3 40 108 68
26 4 44 144 100
27 4 48 144 96
28 4 52 144 92
29 4 56 144 88
30 4 60 144 84
31 5 65 180 115
32 5 70 180 110
33 5 75 180 105
34 5 80 180 100
35 5 85 180 95
36 6 91 216 125
37 6 97 216 119
38 6 103 216 113
39 6 109 216 107
40 6 115 216 101If at any time your number "hits", discontinue the session and start a new session at spin number 1, or leave the casino for the day knowing that you are a winner!
As my research has shown, a number usually will hit within the first 30-40 spins. This would be the norm, since there are 38 (or 37) numbers on the roulette wheel. However, we know that sometimes a number "sleeps" for a while and does not appear for many, many more spins and that is when some of my strategies outlined in "Straight Up Systems Profit by the Hour" will come into play. You will find three great systems designed for long sessions at the roulette table, all yielding very respectable profits when your number "hits". If you like playing roulette, I think you will really enjoy these systems.
Straight Up - Profit by the Hour is
$40, sent by e-mail.
In the original "Straight Up Systems A Roulette Profit Strategy", you will find several progressive systems. A little something for everyone. Some systems are catered to the conservative player, while others are appropriate for the high roller. The document is very comprehensive and tells you exactly what to wager and when. Click here for more on the original Straight Up systems.