**Introduction **On your journey to this site you most probably have come across a variety of opinions, about betting on the Even Chance in particular Black and Red and a great many advocates of using progressions especially the martingale, which is doomed to failure. Consider the following scenario of a primitive stone age man coming across on the ground two small shining objects, each equivalent to half the size of a credit card, one coloured black and the other red. The primitive man immediately thought it would make an excellent addition to his other half's necklace. They were in fact computer chips discarded by who or what, a great many years before, but when placed in the correct setting, a computer, each provided information equal to one billion books. The reason for the story was to create the idea of Black and Red being placed in the Signum system in order to extract the necessary information to place bets on Black or Red. The principal component of Signum are the symbols P and M and it is the movements of P and M, that will decide on whether to place a bet on Black or Red. This basic outline sets the scene, for understanding the the complex Signum system. It requires a great deal of determination to fully understand the system, but when you have mastered it, the rewards are a long term profitable, Even Chance roulette system. In the following pages there is a very detailed example and notes of a typical session, which should give a reasonable understanding of a Signum session. In addition there is an 'Intro to P&M', which helps to explain the symbols. Then there will be 20 further sessions, with some notes. The sessions will be divided up into 'Formations'. Each Formation will comprise of 4 sessions. There are A, B, C, D, winning Formations and E a losing one. Following the sessions will be the results for 2009, using Spielbank Wiesbaden spins, which will demonstrate verifiable results to show the profitability of the Signum system. Wishing you many profitable sessions

**Intro to P&M **When placing bets on Red and Black, two immediate problems spring to mind. If RRRRRR for example appears, should the next bet be on R or is it more likely that B will come in. The other equally difficult problem is when Red and Black are in a more complex series e.g. RBBRBRRRRR0BRBRR Signum provides a solution to those problems by using the symbols P (plus) and M (minus). It seems at first that exchanging B&R for P&M is no solution at all. There is however a very big difference, as there is more to P&M, than is available to the basic R&B. The problems therefore associated with B&R are no longer relevant (no more guessing), as the movements of the symbols P&M will decide on whether a bet should be placed on Red or Black. An example of movements by a M symbol is as follows: In order for M to increase it will require the correct Black or Red to come in. The increase in M is much easier to comprehend than RBBRBRRRRRBRBRR. If we now line up the two together and include a column showing the unit profit :

ROW | B or R | P or M | Units +/- |

1 | R | | |

2 | B | | |

3 | B | M - 1 | |

4 | R | | |

5 | B | M - 2 | |

6 | R | M - 1 | -1 |

7 | R | M - 2 | 0 |

8 | R | M - 3 | +1 |

9 | R | M - 4 | +2 |

10 | R | M - 5 | +3 |

11 | 0 | | +2 |

12 | B | M - 6 | +3 |

13 | R | M - 7 | +4 |

14 | B | M - 8 | +5 |

15 | R | M - 9 | +6 |

16 | R | M - 8 | +5 |

In order for M to increase up to M - 8 the correct colour must come in, therefore to increase from M - 6 to M - 7 it requires a Red and so a bet can be placed on Red, with the expectation that the M trend will continue. Signum has therefore identified a sufficient number of B & R to make a profit of +5 units. The focus then is not on B & R, but on the movement of the symbol M.

M - 1 |

M - 2 |

M - 1 |

M - 2 |

M - 3 |

M - 4 |

M - 5 |

0 |

M - 6 |

M - 7 |

M - 8 |

M - 9 |

M - 8 |

**Sessions **The following pages will detail 20 sessions. The sessions come from the results, which are shown in the next section, starting January 1st 2009 and will end in December 2009. The notes for each session, reflect exactly how I would procede during a session, if I was playing it for real in a casino.

**Having played a great many sessions, I would not expect anyone to come to some of the same decisions that I would have chosen to make on occasions**. Of course I do not always make the correct decision, but by applying the sound methodology, which includes taking on board all the information that's available, watching for the checks, where a unit has repeated for the third time and being aware of the number of entries, so far in a session. In a particularly difficult session, sometimes a pattern in the B and R column will help, but this is most likely during a C Formation. There will be occasions when it's necessary to break even and such sessions are very important to the overall profitability of Signum. It is obviously better to break even than lose. The 20 entry cut off encourages such decisions. On those occasions when a loss is inevitable, they are referred to as E Formations and it is important to be realistic and accept a maximum loss of approx -3 to -4 units. As this is such a complicated EC system, there will no doubt be many questions, which perhaps have not been answered here or need further clarification.

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*goes on to some cryptic explanations*...]

Overall, it's an overcomplicated system. Much like G.U.T.