Play Roulette to Make Money
- on Dec 12, 2023
I’ve had emails from people who have been using the system on tables that have both 0 and 00 and have not been making money. I think it is important that you try and find a casino that has tables with only a single 0, as I don’t think the system can overcome the larger house edge of tables with 0 and 00. If you are playing online then UK Casino Club has a single 0 table and also accepts wagers in US$’s, UK £’s, and Euro’s. Also, if you intend to use my system could you please click on one of the links to the casinos on this site, I get paid a small amount of money for each player I send, which allows me to maintain this site, and also further develop my system
Ok, so here’s how to put my system into operation. First of all, you’ll need to print off the page here, then find 11 coins or counters or anything similar that will fit between the lines on the sheet. Now, this system uses a betting ‘spread’ of 1 to 6 units, which means that your highest bet will be 6 times as much as your lowest bet. Make sure that your highest bet isn’t going to be an amount you are unhappy to gamble, a good amount to start on would be $2 a unit. That means the biggest bet you’ll place on one go will be $12. You can start betting more when your confidence grows.
Now decide whether to play odd and even, or red and black. It doesn’t make any difference, but you to stick to one or the other during a session. I going to use odd and even for the explanation. Put the sheet and the counters next to your computer and put counters in the bottom 5 boxes of each column, leaving a spare counter and each column saying ‘bet1’. Then place a bet of 1 unit on either odd or even and spin the wheel.
Now, when the ball has stopped, whichever won (odd or even) put the last counter in the relevant column. Now you will see you are being told to ‘bet 1’ on the other result. Do this, and then spin the wheel again. After the ball has stopped this time you move one counter from the top of the losing column to the top of the winning column. The sheet will then tell you how much to bet and on which result.
You set out the sheet and the 5 counters as explained above. You bet one unit on even and spin the wheel. Even wins (you win 1 unit).
You place the last counter on the top of the even column. The sheet tells you to place a 1 unit bet on odd and spin the wheel. Even wins again (you lose 1 unit).
You move one counter from the odd column to the even column. The sheet tells you to place a 2-unit bet on odd and spin the wheel. Odd wins (you win 2 units).
You move one counter from the even column to the odd column. The sheet tells you to place a 1 unit bet on odd and spin the wheel. Odd wins (you win 1 unit)
You move one counter from the even column to the odd column. The sheet tells you to place a 1 unit bet on even.
And you carry on playing this way until the end of your session. What the sheet does is keep track of the results of recent history and lets you bet on the result that hasn’t come up as much. It also alters your bets to take into account how much difference there has been in the frequency of the results. A mistake that I have seen in most other systems is that you often bet against the last result which isn’t always the best thing to do. For instance, in my example, after stage 3 most systems would say to place a bet on even, but mine says to place a bet on odd, because it knows that there have been more evens out than odds.