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#### Sputnik

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##### The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« on: December 25, 2016, 07:25:48 PM »

I want to show a variant that open up my mind - but first i want to introduce you to the basic methodology of parachute.
This image and example of the 36 Unit Grand Parachute is from Victor VLS.

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#### Sputnik

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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #1 on: December 25, 2016, 07:54:48 PM »
What i notice is that if you would use each combination with the same odds and probability as EC then the liklehood would be very high that you win.
Take for example Half, Dozen, Line, Street, Split, Straight - that is a total of six combination.
That is 98.5% probability of winning at least once and 1.5% losing all six.

Converting a sequence of outcomes to an EC bet - credits goes to Bayes:

A Dozens and columns if there at least 2 outcomes in 5 spins this is equivalent to an EC.
A double street hitting at least once in 4 spins is equivalent to an EC.
A street hitting at least once in 8 spins is equivalent to an EC.
A split hitting at least once in 12 spins is equivalent to an EC.
A single number hitting at least once in 25 spins is equivalent to an EC.

Spin #   What to bet   Bet amount   Loss + cost   Amount won   Total profit
1   Half
2   Half
3   Dozen
4   Dozen
5   Dozen
6   Dozen
7   Line
8   Line
9   Line
10   Line
11   Street
12   Street
13   Street
14   Street
15   Street
16   Street
17   Street
18   Street
19   Split
20   Split
21   Split
22   Split
23   Split
24   Split
25   Split
26   Split
27   Split
28   Split
29   Split
30   Split
31   Straight
32   Straight
33   Straight
34   Straight
35   Straight
36   Straight
37   Straight
38   Straight
39   Straight
40   Straight
41   Straight
42   Straight
43   Straight
44   Straight
45   Straight
46   Straight
47   Straight
48   Straight
49   Straight
50   Straight
51   Straight
52   Straight
53   Straight
54   Straight
55   Straight

Some one could increase the odds and probability and put in a corner bet.
Half, Dozen, Line, Corner, Street, Split, Straight

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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #2 on: December 25, 2016, 08:00:35 PM »

So if some one would use Street, Split and Straight it would be the same as betting against three reds in a row - happy experimenting.
Same with Half, Dozen and Line.
All combinations you can Think of converts to EC bets.

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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #3 on: December 26, 2016, 09:04:50 AM »
Here is a betselection or trigger from Victor/VLS

- Track all the numbers until there is only one number unhit.

- Wait until that number is spun.

- Use that number as a target number for the parachute.

- When on the lines/quads/split, always back the location most recently spun among those containing the target number.

On a hit, you simply "look back" in reverse until you find out which is the currently number which is unhit for the most spins.

This is your new target number.

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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #4 on: December 26, 2016, 11:37:13 AM »
Converting a sequence of outcomes to an EC bet - credits goes to Bayes:

A Dozens and columns if there at least 2 outcomes in 5 spins this is equivalent to an EC.
A double street hitting at least once in 4 spins is equivalent to an EC.
A street hitting at least once in 8 spins is equivalent to an EC.
A split hitting at least once in 12 spins is equivalent to an EC.
A single number hitting at least once in 25 spins is equivalent to an EC.

For a quad/corner bet the equivalent EC bet is at least one hit in 6 trials.

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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #5 on: December 26, 2016, 11:52:48 AM »
- Track all the numbers until there is only one number unhit.

Personally I would prefer to start betting when there are 5 numbers left unhit. The equivalent EC bet for 5 numbers (actually, 51.6%) is at least one hit in 5 trials. So you could increase the stake on each unhit number by one unit every 5 spins until a hit.

When you get a hit (so there are 4 numbers left) increase the stake as for a quad (one hit every 6 spins). When 3 numbers are left, increase by one unit every 8 spins. I would then leave it at that.

On average it takes about 70 spins before you have 5 unhit numbers so I wouldn't make this bet if the average is significantly lower than this.

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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #6 on: December 26, 2016, 01:50:50 PM »
This is a very important topic in my opinion. Both Sputnik's and Bayes' post are guiding us to a very specific, actionable roulette strategy. This is a topic to watch if you are bored with theoretical debates (which I enjoy) and want a practical system.
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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #7 on: December 26, 2016, 06:29:52 PM »
Lee Tutor in hes book (The Roulette Winner) write about a Parachute system.
He name it Umbrella System with above 96.7% probability to win using 86 steps.

You can combine this material with Victors/VLS Grand Parashute or the EC variant.

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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #8 on: December 26, 2016, 06:59:42 PM »

Here is the complete list for the EC Parachute Bet with odds around 99% probability ...

1   Half
2   Half
3   Dozen
4   Dozen
5   Dozen
6   Dozen
7   Line
8   Line
9   Line
10   Line
11   Corner
12   Corner
13   Corner
14   Corner
15   Corner
16   Corner
17   Street
18   Street
19   Street
20   Street
21   Street
22   Street
23   Street
24   Street
25   Split
26   Split
27   Split
28   Split
29   Split
30   Split
31   Split
32   Split
33   Split
34   Split
35   Split
36   Split
37   Straight
38   Straight
39   Straight
40   Straight
41   Straight
42   Straight
43   Straight
44   Straight
45   Straight
46   Straight
47   Straight
48   Straight
49   Straight
50   Straight
51   Straight
52   Straight
53   Straight
54   Straight
55   Straight
56   Straight
57   Straight
58   Straight
59   Straight
60   Straight
61   Straight

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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #9 on: December 26, 2016, 09:13:35 PM »
This is a great system indeed.

But I think maybe we can collectively improve upon it a bit.

First of all there is the Bayes comment. I would like some more elaboration, clarification about it, I'm not sure I understand it fully:
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Personally I would prefer to start betting when there are 5 numbers left unhit. The equivalent EC bet for 5 numbers (actually, 51.6%) is at least one hit in 5 trials. So you could increase the stake on each unhit number by one unit every 5 spins until a hit.

When you get a hit (so there are 4 numbers left) increase the stake as for a quad (one hit every 6 spins). When 3 numbers are left, increase by one unit every 8 spins. I would then leave it at that.

On average it takes about 70 spins before you have 5 unhit numbers so I wouldn't make this bet if the average is significantly lower than this.

Then there is the idea of 5 players playing the system in collaboration. See here:
A new system and a fresh way to look at progression
The idea is that we have the flexibility to bet maximum 5 chip on each spin, instead of staying always with 1 chip. This way we can still win lesser amounts if we get a hit on a dozen or double street.
For example we start as with the Parachute! but after a few losses instead of say going from the double-street to the street bet, we bet one chip on the double-street and add a second unit on the dozen. This way we still have greater chances of winning and still the bet is pretty low at just 2 units.

In short the variation I propose is this: Keep the concept of parachute, going from lower payout bets to higher payout bets. But you do this movement more slowly by helping your payouts with maximum 4 additional units. Maximum bet is 5 units - the units spread at various stages of the parachute.

For example in the 25th step instead of being with 1 unit on a split as per the original Parachute you could be betting 1 unit on a street and 2 units on the double-street. This way you achieve same payout with the split but have more chances of winning by betting 2 more units.

Hope this makes sense.
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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #10 on: December 26, 2016, 10:38:26 PM »
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For example in the 25th step instead of being with 1 unit on a split as per the original Parachute you could be betting 1 unit on a street and 2 units on the double-street. This way you achieve same payout with the split but have more chances of winning by betting 2 more units.

I like that idea and will try to rap my mind around it.

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Personally I would prefer to start betting when there are 5 numbers left unhit. The equivalent EC bet for 5 numbers (actually, 51.6%) is at least one hit in 5 trials. So you could increase the stake on each unhit number by one unit every 5 spins until a hit.

When you get a hit (so there are 4 numbers left) increase the stake as for a quad (one hit every 6 spins). When 3 numbers are left, increase by one unit every 8 spins. I would then leave it at that.

On average it takes about 70 spins before you have 5 unhit numbers so I wouldn't make this bet if the average is significantly lower than this.

I understand it like this, you wait for five unhit numbers, then you cover all numbers for five attempts.
After each cycle with five attempts you incrase by one unit until a hit.

When you got a hit you the play four numbers or quad.
Then you incrase the staking after each cycle fail, six attempts.

After the quad or four number has hit you do the same using a street where you increase the staking after each cycle with eight attempts or until a win.

That is how i understand it.
Bayes feel free to correct me on this.

Cheers

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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #11 on: December 26, 2016, 10:57:53 PM »
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For example in the 25th step instead of being with 1 unit on a split as per the original Parachute you could be betting 1 unit on a street and 2 units on the double-street. This way you achieve same payout with the split but have more chances of winning by betting 2 more units.

I like that idea and will try to rap my mind around it.

One disadvantage of my approach is that by betting more than 1 unit, in case of loss the lost units increase more rapidly, but the higher chance of hitting is worth it IMO. It is a good trade off.

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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #12 on: December 26, 2016, 11:05:10 PM »
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Personally I would prefer to start betting when there are 5 numbers left unhit. The equivalent EC bet for 5 numbers (actually, 51.6%) is at least one hit in 5 trials. So you could increase the stake on each unhit number by one unit every 5 spins until a hit.

When you get a hit (so there are 4 numbers left) increase the stake as for a quad (one hit every 6 spins). When 3 numbers are left, increase by one unit every 8 spins. I would then leave it at that.

On average it takes about 70 spins before you have 5 unhit numbers so I wouldn't make this bet if the average is significantly lower than this.

I understand it like this, you wait for five unhit numbers, then you cover all numbers for five attempts.
After each cycle with five attempts you incrase by one unit until a hit.

When you got a hit you the play four numbers or quad.
Then you incrase the staking after each cycle fail, six attempts.

After the quad or four number has hit you do the same using a street where you increase the staking after each cycle with eight attempts or until a win.

That is how i understand it.
Bayes feel free to correct me on this.

Cheers

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.

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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #13 on: December 26, 2016, 11:14:48 PM »
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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.
6.
7.
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
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##### Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Reply #14 on: December 26, 2016, 11:22:53 PM »

I want to show a variant that open up my mind - but first i want to introduce you to the basic methodology of parachute.
This image and example of the 36 Unit Grand Parachute is from Victor VLS.

Posting that chart tells me nothing about what "parachute" is.