Author Topic: 6-16-26 NEIGHBORES SYSTEM  (Read 3926 times)

palestis

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6-16-26 NEIGHBORES SYSTEM
« on: November 05, 2014, 04:19:04 AM »
This is a nice system that came back to memory from the past, and I used with great success.
If you bet the neighbors of 6-16-26 (European roulette), on the table you will find that with 2 lines (1-6 and 31-36) and 2 corners (13/17 and 23/27) you covered them all except 0. So you have 3 groups of 5 contiguous numbers on the wheel EQUALLY SPACED ON EVERY 3rd OF THE WHEEL. In addition it covers all the finals of 3,4,6 (3-13-23-33,, 4-14-24-34), 6-16-26-36), the finals of 7 (except 7 itself).
With such a minimum bet you cover so much.  As a bonus you also cover the rest of the numbers in the lines and quads. So even if you missed the target number you still make a profit if the number is in the 2 lines or the 2 quads.
Minimum bet, contiguous segments equally spaced on the wheel, 6 more numbers bonus profit, how can you go wrong?
« Last Edit: November 05, 2014, 04:22:02 AM by palestis »


 

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Re: 6-16-26 NEIGHBORES SYSTEM
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2014, 11:12:26 AM »
My favourite neighbourts are 28 and 8 with two neighbours. You cover the numbers  29-7-28-12-35- and 10-23-8-30-11 On the table layout ,you place only one unit on the sixline 7/12 and one unit on the street 28/30 .You use 8 numbers of these two neighbours. These neighbours are laying in the dozen one and three . So start betting after a long streak dozen two.
 

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Re: 6-16-26 NEIGHBORES SYSTEM
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2014, 12:14:58 PM »
My favourite neighbourts are 28 and 8 with two neighbours. You cover the numbers  29-7-28-12-35- and 10-23-8-30-11 On the table layout ,you place only one unit on the sixline 7/12 and one unit on the street 28/30 .You use 8 numbers of these two neighbours. These neighbours are laying in the dozen one and three . So start betting after a long streak dozen two.
Yea
Now I remember that I have noticed the advantage of these 2 bets covering contiguous wheel areas with the least amount of chips.
And there was a third area (if someone wanted to bets more chips), around the neighbors of 4.
 

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Re: 6-16-26 NEIGHBORES SYSTEM
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2014, 06:44:41 PM »
My favourite neighbourts are 28 and 8 with two neighbours. You cover the numbers  29-7-28-12-35- and 10-23-8-30-11 On the table layout ,you place only one unit on the sixline 7/12 and one unit on the street 28/30 .You use 8 numbers of these two neighbours. These neighbours are laying in the dozen one and three . So start betting after a long streak dozen two.
For those who like to play more numbers if you add 2 quads (23/27 and 32/36), then you have everything covered from 29 to 26 (missing the 3), and then from 24 to 36 (missing only the 5), That's a good contiguous coverage. And you get the 27 and 32,33 as bonus.
 

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Re: 6-16-26 NEIGHBORES SYSTEM
« Reply #4 on: November 11, 2014, 12:00:27 PM »
dobbelsteen,
Sorry but I had to delete your message because it was full of grammatical errors and extremely confusing. Please try to be more clear when you post. There may be not too many posts in this forum, but we try to keep the quality high. Thanks for your understanding and your contribution.
 

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Re: 6-16-26 NEIGHBORES SYSTEM
« Reply #5 on: November 11, 2014, 12:53:09 PM »
The problem is, I can not use auto correction in a reply. To translate Dutch papers by google gives much more troubles.
 

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Re: 6-16-26 NEIGHBORES SYSTEM
« Reply #6 on: November 11, 2014, 03:04:09 PM »
That is much better, thanks
 

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Re: 6-16-26 NEIGHBORES SYSTEM
« Reply #7 on: December 02, 2014, 11:28:42 PM »
Hello, i'm new here, so *handshake*, i'm Rick, from Holland!

I wonder, how do the people here test their techniques. Cus i like this one, but i wanna run a few tests before going to the casino.

I appreciate if someone answers. Thanks in advance, and ty for telling us about your technique Palestis.

GL everyone.
« Last Edit: December 02, 2014, 11:59:53 PM by ahraneas »
 

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Re: 6-16-26 NEIGHBORES SYSTEM
« Reply #8 on: December 03, 2014, 03:11:52 AM »
Hello, i'm new here, so *handshake*, i'm Rick, from Holland!

I wonder, how do the people here test their techniques. Cus i like this one, but i wanna run a few tests before going to the casino.

I appreciate if someone answers. Thanks in advance, and ty for telling us about your technique Palestis.

GL everyone.
Hello Rick and welcome to the forum.
You ask a great question that may need a new dedicated thread.
I think most people test their ideas using simple excel programs.
I know others who test them by hand.
In any case you will need some past spins to do your testing, which you can find here
 

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Re: 6-16-26 NEIGHBORES SYSTEM
« Reply #9 on: December 03, 2014, 02:08:13 PM »
Thanks Kav for your kind words and reply. I am now busy reading the link you gave.

GL and i see you on the forum soon!