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March 7, 2015
Dear Let's Talk Winning subscribers, customers, friends,
Here is a neat little system for you, which will make you some good profits during your next visit to the casino.
We have seen in other free gambling systems how the double win strategy is profitable provided we get consecutive wins. With double win, we mean to close a run with a profit, when a second consecutive win is achieved.
In order to get lots of double wins, we need to have an efficient bet selection, which can generate lots of sequential wins.
In Roulette, the dozens either repeat or alternate. If we bet only on repeating dozens, the alternating dozens will cause us losses. If we bet only on alternating dozens, then repeating dozens will cause us losses.
So why don't we switch between two modes: repeating and alternating dozens, the moment our bet loses once. This way, if the dozens repeat a few times, we will catch our double win. Likewise, when dozens alternate we will also achieve lots of double wins.
Each double win will close a run with the profit, where we reset and start a new run.
So, we will bet one unit after each loss. After the very first win of the run, we will bet sufficiently to be 1 unit ahead. If we lose that bet, we resume betting 1 unit until we win again.
We will initially wait for 2 spins to show which dozens came up. If the two dozens are the same we will bet on a repeating dozen, that is, we will bet on the same dozen, that just came up. We will call this RD mode for Repeating Dozen.
If the two dozens are different, we will bet on two dozens that are different than the last one, that just showed up. We will call this the OTD mode, which stands for the "Other Two Dozens", than the one that just came.
Now, if we win the bet, we will stay in the same mode, RD or OTD. If we lose our bet, we will switch modes from RD to OTD or from OTD to RD. If we win two bets in a row, we would be in the same mode and we will get our double win.
Now betting in RD mode, winning our bet, doubles the amount we have placed, since dozens pay 3 to 1 in single dozen mode.
Betting in OTD mode, we would be placing same amount of units on two different dozens, say, 4 units on each for instance, having placed 8 units on the table. Winning that bet will result in winning 4 units. Losing that bet will cost us 8 units.
Each time we place a bet, we keep track of how much we are down within the run.
Let's say at a certain moment we are down by 9 units and we are in RD mode and we have won the last bet. We stay in RD mode and we need to be positive for the run after our second win. In RD mode, we need to place just 5 units next. Because winning that 5 unit bet, will gain us 10 units. And 10-9 will bring us ahead by 1 unit at our double win, which will close the run.
If we are in OTD mode and say we have won our last bet and we are at -9 units for the run, we stay in OTD mode and in order to gain 10 units, we need to place 10 units on each dozen, thus we place 20 units on the table. If the second bet wins, we will be ahead by 1 unit, closing the run. If not, we register the 20 unit loss and move on, resuming to 1 unit bets and switching modes after each loss.
A concrete example below will illustrate the system:
We have here 50 spins, that close 17 runs on 17 double win occasions.
We don't bet for the very first 2 spins to find out which dozens will come up. We see Dozen 2 comes up twice (numbers 16 and 22). That places us in RD (Repeating Dozen) mode, thus we place 1 unit on Dozen 2 and we win. That closes the first run immediately with 2 units profit.
Having won that bet, we stay in RD mode and place 1 unit in this new run, but number 36 comes up at spin 4, which is Dozen 3, and we lose that bet. We register -1 in Net for Run.
Having lost the bet, we switch modes from RD to OTD. So now, we need to bet on the other two dozens. since last dozen was 3, we now bet on dozens 1 and 2. We place one unit on each, thus our bet is 2 units in total as indicated in the example.
Number 4 comes at spin 5, which is Dozen 1 and we win our bet. Our gain (Cash column) is 1 unit, since we get paid 3 chips, and our investment was 2 chips for this bet. The Net for Run becomes 0. It's not positive yet, so we still have to bet to close the run on a double win. We stay in OTD mode and place 1 unit on each dozen 2 and 3.
But number 7, dozen 1, comes up at spin 6 and we lose our bet. Our Net for Run goes down to -2 units.
Since we lost our bet, we switch modes. We were in OTD. We switch to RD. So now, this means that we need to bet on a repeating dozen, that is, on the same dozen, that just came up: on Dozen 1. How much? Well, since we lost the previous bet, just 1 unit on Dozen 1.
Number 6 comes up at spin 7 and we win our bet. This gives us 2 units profit. Our net for run is zero. Since we won our bet, we stay in the same RD mode and place 1 unit on Dozen 1. Indeed, number 9 comes up at spin 8. We win the bet and profit 2 units for the bet and for the run, closing the run and starting a new fresh one next, staying in the same mode.
Following the above example, you will see how runs are closed at each double win and immediately on the very first win of a new run.
The highest bet placed were 22 units, which consisted of placing 11 unit on each dozen in OTD mode at spin 19, since we were down by 10 units after the previous bet.
I hope you enjoyed this free system and it will benefit you.
Wishing you all the best,
Izak Matatya's art works: www.izakmatatya.com
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