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Dane

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DOUBLE STREET FLAT
« on: March 21, 2017, 04:13:00 PM »
Only fools rush in; but I dare to be the first to initiate a new topic here. You should not doubt that this board is dedicated to masse égale or flat bet methods!  So far I have tested this method at home with pen and  a few papers:  Ten Permanenzen from Tisch 3 , SPIELBANK  WIESBADEN, year 2015.

Each session began with the first spin of the day (from table 3).
Please excuse me for choosing the dates from 2015 in a disorderly way.  This KALENDARISCH disorder  reflects the mess in my papers and nothing else. The ten chosen "days" from 2015:
 07.07., 25.04., 16.04., 19.02., 24.06., 10.03., 02.03., 22.06., 25.07., and 04.07.

A piece of paper with 12X9 fields or spaces is required.  In area 1-36 there are 12 streets (1-3, 4-6 etc.) Simply fill in a field each time one of these streets is winning.  When one of the twelve streets has come nine times, the session ENDS. I fill in street fields. But I wager DOUBLE STREETS
or six lines (1-6, 4-9 and so forth an so on).
As I   have mentioned elsewhere, TIME is (still) important. By choosing flat bet we never ever bet more than one unit per DS. And I never ever bet more than THREE DS!
AT TIMES no DS should be wagered according to my method. At home such periods are not filled with stress. In "the real world" (at a Brick-And-Mortar Casino) it may be hard. How to solve this gigantic problem is up to you.

The ten sessions resulted in so many chips (units):
28+6+16+19+5+10-15-2+6+25.
IT PROVES NOTHING, I KNOW!
But in my NEXT post I´ll reveal the rest of the method.

« Last Edit: March 21, 2017, 04:16:02 PM by Dane »


 
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Re: DOUBLE STREET FLAT
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2017, 05:11:33 PM »
WHENEVER A PAIR OF STREETS (NEXT TO EACH OTHER) HAS OCCURED AN EQUAL NUMBER OF TIMES, I´LL WAGER THE CORRESPONDING DOUBLE STREET!

I.E.: The earliest winning number is 7. Say street 7-9. The pair of 1-3&4-6 has appeared exactly nada times. So bet DS 1-6. Accordingly DS 31-36 should be wagered if 28-30, but not 31-33&34-36 has come.

Three, four or more streets side by side having occured an equal number of times should not result in DS bets there. 
Another example:  The pair of 4-6&7-9 stands side by side in perfect harmony. Each of them has come exactly four times. 10-12 is close with three hits. NOW IT COMES AGAIN. Three is a crowd, you know. Three neighbouring streets on the fouth row. Get away from DS 4-9 in a hurry!

From time to time two or three pairs are ready to be wagered at the sime time. I.E.:
1-3&4-6 having appeared twice, 7-9&10-12 having appeared six times, 28-30&31-33 seven times......

But as I stated in my first post I never ever bet more than three DS. So If four or more pairs are "in harmony" at the same time, I don´t bet any of them.
And I end the session, when any street has turned up nine times.

 
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Re: DOUBLE STREET FLAT
« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2017, 06:10:57 PM »
Thanks for sharing Dane.
It looks like an interesting system.
But i think it will be hard to execute in a real casino. too much work and too little time. for online live roulette it could work, with enough preperarion.
 
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Re: DOUBLE STREET FLAT
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2017, 07:37:24 AM »
Hello jekhb76,
TIME is   still
 important. INCLUDING TIME TO   PREPARE   OURSELVES.
Once you have understood the method,  it should not take too much time to execute.
The Casinos that I visit (in Denmark and Germany) usually deliver approx. 32 spins per hour.

 
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Re: DOUBLE STREET FLAT
« Reply #4 on: March 28, 2017, 12:20:31 PM »
Here in Holland also, around that amount of spin per hour.
 
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Re: DOUBLE STREET FLAT
« Reply #5 on: April 09, 2017, 05:49:26 PM »

As I understand it, Dane , you are marking down each street or double street hit ?
If so then using a 5 bar gate method you should need only 24 squares. Two 5 bar gates gives you ten hits.
The first column of squares are use to enter the 12 streets 1 to 12 .
 

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Re: DOUBLE STREET FLAT
« Reply #6 on: April 09, 2017, 06:46:26 PM »
Welcome back!  We nailed that spammer in just over an hour.
 

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Re: DOUBLE STREET FLAT
« Reply #7 on: April 11, 2017, 12:03:50 PM »

Welcome back!  We nailed that spammer in just over an hour.
Well done  Reyth. !
 
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