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Roulette Forum => Questions and Answers => Topic started by: Dane on May 19, 2017, 07:50:41 AM

The probability for such a series or sequence on one carré (only one chosen on beforehand) is not overwhelming. In area 136, however, there are 22 squads or carreaux. Each and every one of them has two numbers in the middle column, which makes it a bit complicated.
If you bet more than one Carré, it is not impossible to win twice in a row on one of them. HAS ANY OF YOU CHASED SUCH A GOAL? It should be obvious, that two in a row might result in winning many chips. Right after one hit with one unit (eight units won), you could bet several units right there NEXT.

I do not wanna desapoint you, but expecation of hits on the row makes more sense if you bet more numbers and do have odds in your favor.
Even with huge edge, expecting to profit from betting 4 numbers only.... too much misses just due to variance alone...

You are certainly not disappointing me, MrPerfect. Betting only one carré is certainly not a good idea.
It seems that I failed to express that clearly in my first post. I suggested to bet MORE than one Carré at the same time; and when one (or more at the same time) makes us win, we should raise betting exactly there right after winning.
But how many numbers (squads) should be wagered in order for us to reach the goal before long?

A nice system that worked for me in the past, is to bet the carre or quad that contains every new numbers that spins out. As more and more spins come out you keep on betting on the quad where that number belongs to, with an additional chip. Eventually the quads that will appear more often will have more chips on them, and when you hit them you will be getting paid more. While the sleeping quads or the quads that are cold won't demand any chips on them.
The problem is after a number spins there are several quads that this numbers belongs to. Certainly more quads if that number is in the middle column. Like 5. Do you bet on 1/5 or 2/5 or 5/8 or 5/9?
Well, if you determine in advance which quad each number belongs to, you have a more precise guidance
In the case of 5 you can alternate between 1/5 and 2/6 and not use 5/8 or 5/9.
This system is ideal for airball because you have to use the rebet feature all the time. Plus on more chip on the new number. Where in a live roulette you have to keep track of the quads and how many chips are on them, because the dealer clears the table out after every spin.
0 is not a problem. if 0 came you can bet 0123.
Whenver you are at a profit you stop the whole thing and start from scratch.

Hi palestis. In my country it is possible to rebet without playing airball roulette: Some touchbet roulette machines here are linked to a real roulette with dealers.
Thanks for your system. In the past I tried something similar. I used to determine in advance to choose the LOWEST of the squads belonging to each number turning up. Of course I might as well have chosen the HIGHEST one.