Author Topic: Double Columns - It is what it is.  (Read 227 times)

heatmap

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Double Columns - It is what it is.
« on: May 31, 2017, 06:21:53 AM »
Column 1 - Spread out all around the wheel
Column 2 - Mostly covers from numbers numbers 23 to 5 consecutively with 3 numbers as its largest gap in the midde
Column 3 - is on the opposite side of column 2

Column one ALWAYS gets bet.
Column two and three get changed based on where the dealer is releasing and landing on an average basis.

I usually bet the opposite section of where the dealer spins from. So if the dealer spins from the 12 ill bet columns 1 and 3 which will cover the opposite section with at least 7 and 8 numbers in a row plus a few on the opposite side just for good measure.


 

Sputnik

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Re: Double Columns - It is what it is.
« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2017, 07:14:49 AM »


Hello Heatmap - i could see only two number gap using column 1&2 placing 24 number bet ...
Brett Morton also have a selection placing 22 numbers with 4 units with only two number gap ...

Have you find any kind of signature to explore using this kind of method ...

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