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Dane

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Flat betting STRAIGHT UP (plein)
« on: May 31, 2014, 09:37:13 AM »
We need a pen and a piece of paper with 6x6 squares reserved for 1-36. Upper line: 1-6. 2ND line 7-12. Etc.
Simply fill in the squares as the numbers come.
I have learned the hard way that SEVEN NUMBERS can sleep too long.
SO IF THERE ARE ONLY SEVEN NUMBERS MISSING, I END THE SESSION.

Certain patterns use to appear in a certain order.
In phase A we concentrate on DIAGONALS.
If any diagonal can be completed with the next spin, we bet on it.
If 2 has come, we place one unit at a time on 7.  If 24 and 34 have come, we wager 29. Etc..
Phase B: If at least five next to each other ON THE HORIZONTAL OR VERTICAL LEVEL may come with the next spin, we bet on it. Easy examples:
1, 2, 4, 5 have come.  We bet 3.
6, 12, 18, 24 have come. We bet 30.
Phase C: When 2x4 squares may be filled in with the next spin, phase C begins. And this phase ends as soon as 2x4 spaces have been filled in
Examples:  25 26 27 28
                    31 32 33 34          11 12
                                                17 18
                                               23 24
                                               29 30.

PHASE D: Have 3x3 squares been filled in? If this pattern has not come, we may initiate phase D. If this pattern may come with the next spin, we
bet on it. And after just one hit in this phase, we end the session.  Also we must remember to stop if only SEVEN blank Spaces are left.

                                                                       Good luck!
« Last Edit: July 19, 2015, 12:10:15 PM by Dane »


 

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Re: Flat betting STRAIGHT UP (plein)
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2014, 08:06:37 PM »
Hi Dane!

Did you ever play this method with a progression on the specific numbers? Or will flatbetting always result in a profit?
I also want to ask you if this method can be used for the long run?

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Cardplayer.

 

Dane

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Re: Flat betting STRAIGHT UP (plein)
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2014, 10:30:43 AM »
Hi Dane!

Did you ever play this method with a progression on the specific numbers? Or will flatbetting always result in a profit?
I also want to ask you if this method can be used for the long run?

Kind Regards,

Cardplayer.


Hi Cardplayer!
So far I have only used flat betting (masse ├ęgale).
I believe that it should be tested in that way in the first place.
And I am testing it at home with pen and paper. Sooner or later I might lose.
We should be careful with expressions like "never" and  "always"!
Anyway, it is interesting to see how long we can stay in profit.
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Re: Flat betting STRAIGHT UP (plein)
« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2014, 05:34:42 PM »
Thanks for your answer Dane,

I think I also going to test it first in a speadsheet with flatbetting. It is an interesting way of playing!
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Re: Flat betting STRAIGHT UP (plein)
« Reply #4 on: July 13, 2015, 04:13:42 AM »
2x4 squares are a rectangle?  So you mean any 2x4 space regardless of orientation?
What about 0?
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Re: Flat betting STRAIGHT UP (plein)
« Reply #5 on: July 19, 2015, 12:17:20 PM »
2x4 squares are a rectangle?  So you mean any 2x4 space regardless of orientation?
What about 0?

Sorry for my late reply ( I have just returned from my holiday in Bremen, Germany)
Yes, rectangle may be the right word.
 And yes. I mean any 2x4 spaces regardless of orientation.
I ignore Zero.