But the 5 numbers must belong to the same double-street, right?

Otherwise, if the 5 numbers are scattered on the table, though it may be a good wagering plan, I don't see the relation to the Parachute system.

Yes sound good in Theory - but i can't see how to get five numbers on the layout using Parachute System as the other variants.

Maybe you right that we should look for a Line to fall into sleep and then when it awakes play the locations - will test that.

I made a short test and end up with +55 units ... but i have some questions ...

I set Roulette Extreme at auto to spin 74 spins or two cycles and eight to six number sleep.

Around 74 to 120 spins to expect five number at sleep.

I got this numbers 15, 2, 8, 24, 29,

The number hit once and i bet five times to get a hit - once cycle equal a EC bet

0. Hit = Sleeping numbers hit once

1. Loss = Bet five numbers with one unit each

2. Loss = Bet five numbers with one unit each

3. Loss = Bet five numbers with one unit each

4. Loss = Bet five numbers with one unit each

5. Loss = Bet five numbers with one unit each

Miss the first cycle with five attempts and wait for a new hit with my sleeping five numbers.

0. Hit

1. Won = Bet five numbers with two unit each

Now i move from five sleeping numbers to four sleeping numbers, but whish number to skip.

Should i bet the four unhit numbers as quad or should i skip Another number and have the hitting number among my four numbers or quad. No matter i just pick four out of my five numbers.

Now the cycle is six attempts for the four numbers or quad and i wait for them to hit once before my attack.

15 2 8 24

0. Hit

1. Loss

2. Won = Bet four numbers with one unit each

3.

4.

5.

6.

Now i won and bet a street with same process as above.

15 2 8

0. Hit

1. Loss

2. Won

3.

4.

5.

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8.

For how many attempts would we increase out bets until a hit - we should have a stop loss.

Thinking about the beginning of this Parachute System.

Cheers