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Bastard
« on: January 13, 2017, 03:55:52 PM »
This is 12 numbers FLATBET.

Patterns

This follows two of the most basic color-patterns in roulette, only the two last outcomes are considered

RR--> Bet RED
BB--> Bet BLACK
RB--> Bet RED
BR--> Bet BLACK

Procedure: For each spin; Bet all numbers following the particular color-pattern *except the numbers within the two last hit Doublestreets* (12 numbers bet) Zero is ignored. If zero hits, STOP and wait for the next hit.

For an example

DS 1 and DS 3 hits, with a RR-pattern; --Now you bet all RED numbers in DOZ 2,4,5,6.
DS 5 and DS 6 hits, with a BR-pattern; --Now you bet all BLACK numbers in DOZ 1,2,3,4.
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Bankroll: 200u playing with 1u bets

First tests was played with 1u bets (wingoal +100u, stoploss -200u)

5/5 Games won
« Last Edit: January 13, 2017, 03:58:15 PM by ignatus »


 
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Re: Bastard
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2017, 03:56:55 PM »
more spins...
 

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Re: Bastard
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2017, 04:03:20 PM »
 :o How is this possible, that you're posting every day a new strategy. I don't have the time to test all.  ;D
 
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Re: Bastard
« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2017, 04:53:51 PM »
Not a bad idea at all. You should know that every once in a while double streets go into phases of repeats in a small swarm. Also, two double streets can be a hot dozen. You will see hot dozens streak several times in 200 spins. So, I would suggest being aware of these situations and side step them if you can. I like the fact that you have found a good way to just bet on 12.
 
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Re: Bastard
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2017, 05:09:03 PM »
Not a bad idea at all. You should know that every once in a while double streets go into phases of repeats in a small swarm. Also, two double streets can be a hot dozen. You will see hot dozens streak several times in 200 spins. So, I would suggest being aware of these situations and side step them if you can. I like the fact that you have found a good way to just bet on 12.


Thanks :)

Yes these events happen, but then it use to recover in most cases
 

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Re: Bastard
« Reply #5 on: January 13, 2017, 05:19:25 PM »
That's why I like it. But if you can flip the bet when the dozens hits strong you won't dig as many holes to recover from. I intend to research your idea in depth. I guess my tweak could be called Bastard Juice.
 
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Re: Bastard
« Reply #6 on: January 13, 2017, 05:36:50 PM »
That's why I like it. But if you can flip the bet when the dozens hits strong you won't dig as many holes to recover from. I intend to research your idea in depth. I guess my tweak could be called Bastard Juice.

haha!  ;D

Looking forward to your testings!

 

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Re: Bastard
« Reply #7 on: January 13, 2017, 06:55:26 PM »
My first LIVE-session @Fairway casino +535u, (playing with 5u bets)
 

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Re: Bastard
« Reply #8 on: January 13, 2017, 07:13:26 PM »
Just so that anyone might be interested, this type of selection is known as combo betting. If you combine a sleeping column with any repeaters or singles in any of the EC's you have a coincidental occurrence that if both trends hold up at the same time you get a win with much less numbers bet on. I like the choices made for the red/black in this method. But to be even better at it you can substitute what 12 you are going to leave out from any of the six dozens on the table layout, Dozens/Columns. You can also use the best looking EC's too. I know it gets to be a bigger job to select your combos but you will learn that each combo choice goes through huge win streaks at different times. I could write a robot to evaluate every combo as a streak hunter. That would be real good for online players. It would highlight which combinations were in active winning states.

Combining double streets with any of the EC's is even further in the considerations. Knowing how the double streets typically act is important enough to see when it doesn't work well. It all comes down to situational awareness. That being said, following the strict rules of this thread's method must have a bad streak. I want to know exactly how often that happens, so that is where I will start this research.
 
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Re: Bastard
« Reply #9 on: January 14, 2017, 12:25:39 AM »
Not a bad idea at all. You should know that every once in a while double streets go into phases of repeats in a small swarm. Also, two double streets can be a hot dozen. You will see hot dozens streak several times in 200 spins. So, I would suggest being aware of these situations and side step them if you can. I like the fact that you have found a good way to just bet on 12.
DS's do go into frequent repeats, the problem is you never know in advance which ones will go ahead of the pack. By the time you notice it, it's usually too late.
However there is a way to take advantage of the very few DS's that will form longer streaks.
For every number spun you bet on its double street. ( you also dot the DS on a score card layout so you keep track of the bets). Then you bet the next number on its double street while rebeting all previous DS's. (YOU DON'T REMOVE ANY CHIPS FROM THE NEXT BETS- IT'S LIKE PRESSING REBET AND THEN ADDING THE NEW DS SPUN). When the same DS hits, you put another chip on it. You also bet all the other DS's that have spun. YOU DON'T REMOVE ANYTHING.
Eventually those DS's that hit more often, will pay with ever increasing chips. .
If you end up having to bet all 6 DS's, you remove equal amounts of chips from every DS until you have simplify them all.
As an example in the pictures, taking the numbers framed with blue marker (21 to 35), and dot them on a blank layout card, you will notice that DS's 25-30, 13-18, and to a lesser extend 31-36, are way ahead of the rest. Hitting them with an additional chip each time pays big.
You can either follow this procedure for the long run, or start from the beginning after you show a profit, (always simplifying when all 6 DSs have appeared). That way you take advantage of new streaks, when older streaks will eventually begin to disappear.
If you have too many chips accumulated on the DS's you can place a chip on O.
The same concept works on single streets.
 
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Re: Bastard
« Reply #10 on: January 14, 2017, 11:55:55 AM »
palestis:  your method is the exact sort of thing that fits my playing style... you should start a new thread about this method - I have some questions but don't want to derail the "bastard" discussion.
 

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Re: Bastard
« Reply #11 on: January 14, 2017, 12:47:15 PM »
palestis:  your method is the exact sort of thing that fits my playing style... you should start a new thread about this method - I have some questions but don't want to derail the "bastard" discussion.
I am not sure how to start a new thread. If you know, y don't you start it and name something like
"DS trends", then I can reenter my post and the pics,  then we take it from there.
 
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Re: Bastard
« Reply #12 on: January 14, 2017, 05:04:54 PM »