The experimental outcome of a 37 random sequence is that 12 random numbers on average are not occured. These 12 numbers are together again a true random sequence. How many of these particular sequenses can we expect. A 12 number sequence has a expectation of 1/3.We can expect 3^12 =531441 possible sequences. The 12 not fallen numbers are not so particular as we thought.Nevertheless these 12 numbers can be the trigger for several systems and strategies. There are a lot of these sequences with special and particular features. Example all numbers are an EC, all numbers of one dozen or colomn, Special Streets or double Streets . The 12 numbers content some neighbours and many others.These particular features can be a second or third trigger. All the triggers together create hotspots on the table. This is a source for new designs of systems
Approach the 1/3 rule as a dozen game. The not fallen 12 numbers is a dozen that has not fallen in 37 spins. This is an extreme event. This phenomenon makes this event a trigger. I expect one or more triggers in the next 10 spins.. Hit and run after a hit and wait for the next trigger. These triggers follow up very soon.You can use the 12 number sequence to reduce the number of betted units.Example; One of the sequences of my table 0-1-2-6-9-10-14-15-17-18-25-26-30bet : 1 unit 0/1/2/ ; 1 unit tplit 6/9 ; 1 unit 10 ; 1 unit corner 14/18 ;1 unit split 25/26 and 1 unit on 30Now you bet only 6 units in stead of 13
Such a small betting makes it possible to play a negative progression. The advantage of a double up progression is, that the payout is also progressive. This is the same method when you wager on a cold dozen or column .Suppose a dozen has not fallen the last 12 spins or has not repeated the last 12 spins, bet Martingale and expect a hit within the next 10 spins.A 22 cold dozen is very rare.