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Kynge_Rycharde

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Double Dozens System
« on: March 17, 2017, 07:24:58 PM »
Here is a system utilizing two of the three dozens/columns, that hopefully has never been posted before. It shows promise but is somewhat of a grind.

Wagers are based on the dozens or columns from the last two spins.

You might find it helpful to track the spins in terms of dozens or columns, rather than numbers. I use letters for the dozens (A,B,C) and numbers for the columns (1,2,3). For example, 7 is A1, 23 is B2, 30 is C3 and so forth.

The trigger appears when the two spins come from the same dozen, but different columns, or the same column, but different dozens (for example, A1 & A3 or B2 and C2). If any other result appears, like A1 & B2, or A1 & A1, wait for the next spin to see if the trigger appears before placing a wager.

Assuming the trigger appears, start by placing one unit on each of the two different dozens/columns. Increase the wager by one unit only if both wagers lose. Reset the wager to one unit upon equaling or exceeding the previous high, which means we must track both the bankroll amount as well as the dozen/columns.

If 0 or 00 appears, wait for the next two spins to see if the trigger appears.

Here is an example of 35 spins, taken from a RNG, starting with a ten unit bankroll.

B1
C3
A3---1 unit on the first and third dozen
A1---win, bankroll = 11, 1 unit on the first and third column
B1---win, bankroll = 12, 1 unit on the first and second dozen
A2---win, bankroll = 13, wait for next trigger
C1
B2
C1
B2
B2
A3
A2---1 unit on the second and third column
00---loss, bankroll = 11, add 1 unit after trigger appears
B2
B1---2 units on the first and second column
C1---win, bankroll = 13, = previous high, reset to 1 unit on second and third dozen
C2---win, bankroll =14, 1 unit on the first and second column
B1---win, bankroll = 15, wait for next trigger
C1---1 unit on second and third dozen
A1---loss, bankroll = 13, 2 units on first and third dozen
00---loss, bankroll = 9, add 1 unit after trigger appears
B1
C3
A1
A3---3 units on first and third column
C1---win, bankroll = 12, continue with 3 unit wager when trigger appears
B3
C1
C1
C3---3 units on the first and third column
C2---loss, bankroll = 6, add 1 unit, 4 units on second and third column
B2---win, bankroll = 10, 4 units on the second and third dozen
C2---win, bankroll = 14 units, have not matched or exceeded previous high, 4 units on second and third dozen
C2---win, bankroll = 18 units, reset to 1 unit when trigger appears



 
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Re: Double Dozens System
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2017, 07:54:31 PM »
Thanks for posting this.  I especially like 24 number systems. 

I hope you don't mind if I ask but why does a repeating dozen or column make it more likely that a non-repeating opposite (column or dozen) will not produce a unique result?  How are repeats in a column related to the results of a dozen (and vice versa)?
 

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Re: Double Dozens System
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2017, 09:45:38 PM »
I just noticed this recently while running some numbers. I am not sure as to the causes, but it may have something to do with the "Law of the Third". There does not seem to be any correlation between dozens and columns, at least what I can see. The method does seem to help in deciding what bets to place.
 
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Re: Double Dozens System
« Reply #3 on: March 17, 2017, 09:58:24 PM »
Well I agree that staying consistent is important. 

What do you think about the fact that if Dozen A & B have come out successively, it is more likely that Dozen C will come out in a series of 3?  I believe this because Dozen C has not hit for 2 spins.

So for me anyway, I look at it like this:

AB ===> bet AC
BA ===> bet BC

This is called betting "opposite of last".

I prefer a little more meat on my triggers but this is what I think anyway. :)
 

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Re: Double Dozens System
« Reply #4 on: March 17, 2017, 11:48:17 PM »
That might work. The method as outlined is not necessarily the right way, and if your approach results in a profitable session, believe me, I'm all for that! What may be a major drawback is the skipping of spins. A number of forum members have posted that they have had problems with skipping spins, both in online and brick and mortar casinos. Might work with RNG machines like Vegas Star and Fusion (the only roulette in my local casinos), which allow you to do it.

 

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Re: Double Dozens System
« Reply #5 on: March 17, 2017, 11:58:37 PM »
Interesting point.  Of course "opposite of last" is a rolling selection that only needs to see a single spin before it bets.

Did you see this thread:

http://forum.roulette30.com/index.php?topic=737.msg10696#msg10696
« Last Edit: March 18, 2017, 12:07:46 AM by Reyth »
 

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Re: Double Dozens System
« Reply #6 on: March 18, 2017, 12:24:48 AM »
No, I didn't....thanks for the heads up. As time permits, I am trying to explore the various threads and subjects more thoroughly. To quote a line from the movie Warm Bodies...this could take a while...
 

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Re: Double Dozens System
« Reply #7 on: March 18, 2017, 01:19:48 AM »
LOL.  Ya I thought it was interesting.  Maybe if the losses mount too high, start using a multi-divisor for recovery?