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Devil's code
« on: February 18, 2017, 08:22:38 AM »
The number of the beast is 666, perhaps you already know that if you add up all roulette numbers from 0 to 36 you will find the total sum is 666, could it be just a coincidence?!
You might wonder why my new method is called "Devil's code" but soon you will wonder no more, just keep on reading.
There are 2 ways to apply my method, the expensive and the economic, the first bets 6 straight up numbers, while the second bets 1 six-line.

Conditions to be met before you start to bet}

For the first way (expensive): bet the last 6 numbers till you win 6 times, it doesn't matter if you win more times with one of them while others won't hit, all you should care is to win 6 times in total, if it happens like 1+1+1+1+1+1=6 or 2+2+2=6 or 3+3=6 or 4+2=6 or 4+1+1=6 or 3+2+1=6 or 2+2+1+1=6 or 5+1 or 6+0 or 3+1+1+1 all the same as long as you will collect 6 x 36 = 216 units.
For the second way (economic): wait till any of the six-lines has hit 6 times, whenever happens bet that line till you win 6 times for a total of 6 x 6 = 36 units.

The staking plan}

For first way: wright down the number 210 which comes from 6 x 35, so that's the total units we aim to win, but of course this almost never happens because we will suffer lost bets along the way until eventually our initial target (210 units) has been achieved.
Each and every time you win deduct 35 from 210, this way will become after 1 win 175, after 2 wins 140, after 3 wins 105, after 4 wins 70, after 5 wins 35, after 6 wins the total will reach 0 and this is where we end every session, when we reach 0.
Beside number 210 you will wright the balance, update it after each and every bet, lost or won.
When the balance becomes negative we continue without a raise on our bets, in order to raise units the negative balance has to become greater than the virtual bank of 210.

Example}                       RESULT BALANCE VIRTUAL BANK
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose          -6           210
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -12          210
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -18          210
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -24          210
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -30          210
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -36          210
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -42          210
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -48          210
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -54          210
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -60          210
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -66          210
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   win          -36          175
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -42          175
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -48          175
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -54          175

bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -60          175
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -66          175
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -72          175
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -78          175
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -84          175
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -90          175
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   win          -60          140
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -66          140
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -72          140
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -78          140
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -84          140
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -90          140
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -96          140
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -102        140
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   win          -72          105
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -78          105
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -84          105
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -90          105
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -96          105
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -102        105
bet 1 unit on 6 numbers   lose         -108        105

This where the negative balance exceeds the Virtual Bank, at this point you have 2 options, first is to increase bets from 1 unit to 2 or to quit the session with 108 units less, let's say that you decide to continue in order to see how our staking plan works.
Remaining VB is 105 which means 3 x 35, since we are going to raise from 1 unit to 2 the new VB will become 3 x 70 = 210 as much as we started with but without increasing our expectation, we still aim for 3 remaining wins from the original 6.
Let's see how it continues:

bet 2 units on 6 numbers     lose     -120          210
bet 2 units on 6 numbers     lose     -132          210
bet 2 units on 6 numbers     lose     -144          210
bet 2 units on 6 numbers     lose     -156          210
bet 2 units on 6 numbers     lose     -178          210
bet 2 units on 6 numbers     win      -108          140
bet 2 units on 6 numbers     lose     -120          140
bet 2 units on 6 numbers     lose     -132          140
bet 2 units on 6 numbers     lose     -144          140

At this point we need to raise again because the negative balance (-144) became greater than our Virtual Bank (140).VB as it stands now is 2 x 70 = 140 and we should change it to 210 by increasing from 2 to 3 units thus new VB is 2 x 105 = 210

bet 3 units on 6 numbers     lose        -162     210
bet 3 units on 6 numbers     lose        -180     210
bet 3 units on 6 numbers     lose        -198     210
bet 3 units on 6 numbers     lose        -216     210

The requirement of a raise has come again, this time we raise from 3 to 4 units on each and every number, therefore the new VB will become 2 x 140 = 280

bet 4 units on 6 numbers    lose        -240    280
bet 4 units on 6 numbers    win         -100    140
bet 4 units on 6 numbers    lose        -124    140
bet 4 units on 6 numbers    lose        -148    140    Raise to 5 units
bet 5 units on 6 numbers    lose        -178    175    Raise to 6 units
bet 6 units on 6 numbers    lose        -214    210    Raise to 7 units
bet 7 units on 6 numbers    lose        -256    245    Raise to 8 units
bet 8 units on 6 numbers    lose        -304    280    Raise to 9 units
bet 9 units on 6 numbers    lose        -358    315    Raise to 11 units
bet 11 units on 6 numbers  lose        -424    385    Raise to 13 units
bet 13 units on 6 numbers  win         +31 *    0      End of session

* 13 units multiplied by 35 payout equals 455 then deduct 424 units from negative balance and we have a new net balance of plus 31 units.
The principle of the staking plan is exactly the same for a six-line, the only thing which changes is the payout, you risk less and you could win/lose less, you risk more (by straight numbers) and you could win/lose more.
Simple as that, you cannot have one without the other, the proportions of payout and probability are fixed, you cannot change that, neither you need to change it.

Bankroll requirements}

Recommended bankroll 666 units, if you feel more conservative and don't want to raise bets, then your total bankroll should be divided by 3 session bankrolls of 222 units each.
By flat staking you should quit if/when the requirement of raise would occur, otherwise when your VB reaches 0 and your balance is in plus.
If you want to go all the way and use the staking plan as explained above, then your total bankroll is your session bankroll, one and the same.

Summary}

Bet 6 numbers or a 6-line
Which have 6 appearances, for numbers the last six, for a six-line the first which makes 6 appearances
Bet them till you win 6 times
Flat bet or not, the choice is yours!
« Last Edit: February 18, 2017, 09:48:57 AM by BlueAngel »


 
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Re: Devil's code
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2017, 08:47:37 AM »
Regardless of repeated demonic references, this looks like a very worthy system.  May I have your permission to edit your post so it may be readable to everyone?
 
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Re: Devil's code
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2017, 09:54:31 AM »
Regardless of repeated demonic references, this looks like a very worthy system.  May I have your permission to edit your post so it may be readable to everyone?

I've corrected some displacements but if you think it needs further improvement please be my guest.
 
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Re: Devil's code
« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2017, 10:06:35 AM »
Wow!  Very impressive job!  I will read this again now, once I wake up.
 
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Re: Devil's code
« Reply #4 on: February 18, 2017, 01:35:11 PM »
This is an example of a real 6 number bet system. I have analysed some small and large samples.The 1500spins sample has still the features of a short run event. The final result can be a profit or a loss.

The first 3 graphics show the results or possibilities of a 100 spins samples.

Graphic 4 shows the results of a500 spins and 1500 spins sample.

The 1500spins sample does not show a DTOP. The result of a large sample oscilates between between +50 and -50 units This example bear outs my short and long run theory.

Only a strategy with the right triggers has the possibility for a permanent profit
 
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Re: Devil's code
« Reply #5 on: February 19, 2017, 02:44:04 AM »
wow BA this is a lot to digest, really intriging. i will re-read this with care. but need some sleep first  :P

really appreciate the work you put into this.
 
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