Thanks for taking the time to look at it, Palestis. I look forward to your detailed review later. I'm sure others will benefit as well.
where the trigger was 12-7-34, the target dozen (H) has appeared multiple times previously , including a 0 in between.
Okay. I thought I had played that specific section correctly. If I may break down my thought process for this section:
0 (3 appearances of H, and 1 zero, means I skip the next trigger)
is the first
trigger. I skip this)
34 H (This LLH is the 2nd trigger. So I bet for H next spin).
In a live setting that would've raised my attention. And most likely I would've avoided betting in that roulette.
Really? Let me see if I understand. So, because there was a combination of an "HHH" and a "0" together, maybe we should skip two
triggers instead of 1? Whereas an "HHH" by itself
would only require skipping 1 trigger?
Not to mention that at the very beginning after the first trigger the dozens were repeating very frequently. Indicating that this roulette was on a roll.
Yes, this was bizarre. My first bet was on the 4th spin of the game. During those repeats I waited and waited, and it was not until around 30 spins later I placed my 2nd bet. I thought I was very patient and correctly waited for this weird streak to be over.
Actually there are no exact rules as to how many spins you have to skip after the presence of a red flag until you encounter a more normal situation. In real life it would mean move on to another roulette. Instead of waiting for the same roulette to become normal.
Okay, but assuming only 1 roulette wheel is available (like is often the case with live roulette dealer games online), it would be good to know how many "triggers" to skip in a situation like this.
Up to the "12-7-34" trigger (mentioned previously), there were FIVE streaks of 3 repeats, and ONE streak of 5 repeats. And NO WINS during that period. Maybe a rule can be added along the lines of, "For every streak of repeating numbers, skip 1 trigger." So, in this case, there were a total of 6 streaks, so we would have to skip 6 triggers? Something like that?
But I can't stress enough the value of a live play using many roulettes. Not only red flags appear clearly in front of you, examining previous spins in the score board can also indicate extended anomalies for a particular roulette. At the same time the next table might be perfectly suited for this system's purposes.
That is a very good idea, Palestis. To examine several score boards before choosing the table to play at. I like that. Or, to change to another table that's more favorable, if possible. But, if not possible (because other table are full, or not available), it would suck to not play at all after making a long trip to a casino. So, it seems if there was some kind of "in case rule" to help when the roulette wheel is on a roll, that would help us play better with your Single Dozens.
Since you have played so many more games than I have, and have been so good at spotting the Red Flags you explained already, it seems a rule to avoid escalating a progression too far would be good. Like "For every 1 streak, skip 1 trigger" or something. Waiting a little longer to play would be better than losing, or not playing at all.
Thanks for your input!