Palestis, Ive got to thank you on helping to limit my bankroll by not doing massive progressive bets. Ive been betting with only 4 progressions after a dozen has missed 4 times. So I place a bet on the 5th time doing a simple progression of: 3,5,7,11. With a bankroll of 1000 units, Im up 90 units in about an hour. This is pretty decent IMO. I never went below my 1000 starting point. I had only a few times where I didnt win on my progression.
I think I will adjust my progression to 2,3,4,6 and see how it goes. This reduces risk a bit more.
If you start after a dozen has not hit in 4 spins, it's ok if you play in an online casino where only one roulette is available. In a live situation, with several roulettes active, you will see a dozen missing for more than 4 spins very often. The 2,3,4,6 progression sure is less riskier than you original progression. . The few times that the progression did not win, was it in consecutive triggers or intermittently?
It is important, because if it happens consecutively too often, it is not a great advantage for any system.
If it happens sporadically, at least it gives you the chance to recover before you encounter another loss.
I am not exactly sure about 4 misses and then bet, but after 7 or more misses, the chance of running into 3 consecutive failures
is almost non-existent.
After 4 misses the chance of that happening is possible, though very rare.
A way to ensure a higher rate of hits is to let an entire trigger (with all its progression steps), lose (virtual loss), and then bet heavier on the next trigger.
It requires a lot of patience, but the certainty goes up substantially. And with high valued chips, the rewards are worth the wait.
Many players are against that, as you forego several "missed winning opportunities", but at the end the last man standing and laughing all the way to the bank is what counts.