Hi Kev. This is not my own system, but I read it on your forum. Dane mentioned this system here:http://forum.roulette30.com/index.php?topic=1071.msg15105#msg15105
He said here that he bets both RED and EVEN at the same time, and doubles up after winning both. He said Only eight of the 18 red numbers are Even. This irregular distribution means that he'll come out from the paroli without losing everything.
This sounded interesting to me, and I tried it and I did have success with it. I never realized that Red and Even had less numbers than Red and Odd. Which brings me to the reason I started this post.
Oh, and when I searched for "Paroli" on the internet, the definition I saw was that it is a double up three times in a row, so that is how I was using the word Paroli.
I guess it is up to the user how many times to double up. Thanks for pointing that out!
But, what I really wanted to know is if the chances of winning on Red/Even were better than on Red/Odd (or vice versa). And according to Juices' reply, one DOES have a better chance of winning than the other. I am just unsure what he means when he uses the numbers 4 and 5 to tell me what the chances are. Is a 5 better than a 4? Or vice versa?
Thanks for your help!