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Jesper

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Experiment with the first dozen.
« on: January 27, 2017, 01:32:01 PM »
It can be played on any dozen of course!

I tried a play on the first dozen, and it took 188 spins to get 208 units.

I have not tried this before, at least not exactly, may be some similar.

The progression is 1 unit on a loss
and the same bet on a win, if back in balance, otherwise start over.

First bet 1 on the dozen.
next(if loss) keep the old bet  and and add one DS in the dozen.
as long not on plus, we continue adding until first all DS except
between 4-9 is full. After that the four streets.
if we still are back we use the corners, first so they not overlap, but if we need we use them. We use the overlapped DS and continue to fill the dozen.

This time I never come more than to four corners.
I have just tried this once, and know a session can be much harder, but a play on only the outside dozen can be hard as well, here it can hit better.


 
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Re: Experiment with the first dozen.
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2017, 08:29:06 AM »
Some decades ago I read in a German book  that one dozen should appear as expected. And the other two ought to appear OVER and UNDER the average. In the long run it may level out - but tonight you may witness this tendency. Looking at many Permanenzen I found that the less frequent dozen might only perform in approx. 1/4 of the spins. Of course oneone knows on beforehand which dozen performs less.

Betting the lowest dozen inside may also inspire someone to include Zero ("First four", say 0-1-2-3.  Street 0-1-2 and 0-2-3 might be added too).
If you want to avoid overlapping, corners are difficult to deal with. Each and every one of them has two of its four numbers in the middle column.
 
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Re: Experiment with the first dozen.
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2017, 09:43:39 AM »
The dozen behaves as most bet, the will not come out equal in the shorter run. In three spins it is often doubles than three single.

I did a new play this morning. It took  83 spins to get 103 units That's not too bad as the turnover was  531.
 
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Re: Experiment with the first dozen.
« Reply #3 on: January 28, 2017, 11:44:55 AM »
AND IN AN EVEN SHORTER RUN
WITHIN YOU WITHOUT YOU IN JUST TWO SPINS
ONE RANDOMLY CHOSEN  DOZEN
TURNS UP  IN MOST CASES:  1-(25/37)^2 = 0.54346  :)
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Re: Experiment with the first dozen.
« Reply #4 on: January 30, 2017, 02:36:41 AM »
What are you doing? Just betting the first dozen?

Or are you betting quads and adding new ones?

You're just betting 1-2?
Not clear.
 

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Re: Experiment with the first dozen.
« Reply #5 on: January 30, 2017, 05:22:32 AM »
What are you doing? Just betting the first dozen?

Or are you betting quads and adding new ones?

You're just betting 1-2?
Not clear.

We bet inside a dozen, the progression is to fill a new chip every spin, using inside bets.

After a bet on the dozen outside, we use the DS and so on, until we hit.