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yowie89

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James Bond Strategy
« on: May 13, 2015, 07:11:25 AM »
Excuse all, i just wanted to hear views of the James Bond Strategy which i deployed. To my surprise, it actually works for 25 spins.

Here are the strategy of the James Bond. Requires 20 units for each wager.

1 unit - Zero
5 units  - Double street covering 13 to 18
14 units - 19 to36 ( 2:1 bets)

I am sure this is not a new system at all. I want to hear your views on the disadvantages of this systems and  what other modifications that you might have deploy to make it better and efficient.


 

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Re: James Bond Strategy
« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2015, 08:10:31 AM »
Hello yowie and welcome to the forum.

Personally I would modify it like this:

1 unit in 0-1
3 units on 13-18
11 units on High (19-36)
More numbers, lower bankroll.

Still every successful bet provides a profit and it is much lighter on your bankroll.
It is obvious that the guy who originally devised this bet had no bankroll concerns.
 

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Re: James Bond Strategy
« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2015, 09:12:23 AM »
Hello yowie and welcome to the forum.

Personally I would modify it like this:

1 unit in 0-1
3 units on 13-18
11 units on High (19-36)
More numbers, lower bankroll.

Still every successful bet provides a profit and it is much lighter on your bankroll.
It is obvious that the guy who originally devised this bet had no bankroll concerns.
Many thanks for your comment and posting it so promptly. In your method, the payout would be lower.

1 unit yields $2 profit
3 units yields $0 , Breakeven ~ covers numbers 13 to 18
11 units yields  $$7

Is that correct ? I find it a pity to not yield a profit for bets covering 13 to 18. In your method, it covers 25/37 numbers (Assume Euro Roulette). Would this be more feasibility and affordable in the long run compared to the Kavouras ? Just an opinion.
« Last Edit: May 13, 2015, 11:02:35 AM by kav »
 

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Re: James Bond Strategy
« Reply #3 on: May 13, 2015, 10:15:10 AM »
It is a 25 number bet with a HE of about 2,0. From this point of few your system is not bad.
The number of units per spin is very large. This means a big risk  at a large loss. The 22 number bet has a lower risk. Your system is not suitable for a strategy and a fast game.
See my remarks of the demo on my blog.
 

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Re: James Bond Strategy
« Reply #4 on: May 13, 2015, 10:42:38 AM »
Actually the "James Bond" system is a bet on 2 columns or 2 dozens.
The way you bet is like betting 2 dozens but in not so clever way,why not 1 unit on each of the second and third dozen??
1 unit is what value you call it, 1$ , 5$ , 10$ , 25$ , 50$ , 100$...etc
Ion Saliu said: "...only me was able to transform a worthless bet like "James Bond" into a super strategy!"
On his system "Super Roulette" introduces the meaning (and value) of the "virtual losses/wins".
This happened back on 2010,his principle is based on streaks,how many consecutive times a betting selection may win or lose.
With this in mind applied a strategy by charting each dozen and column separately and used both virtual loses and virtual wins triggers.
For example,a dozen has repeated 2 times in a row,then he bets on the other two dozens, or he could expect to see that after 2 consecutive wins for 2 dozens or columns bet a third win would occur right away in order to form a 3 winning streak.
He comments that "the winning streaks of two dozens and/or columns are much more frequent and longer than the losing ones" (which is very obvious)
Therefore he bet for the continuation of the winning streaks and against the continuation of losing streaks.
If the first bet wouldn't succeed,he didn't continue with the particular series but move on to the next trigger and raised his bet accordingly.
This strategy if applied correctly is very strong.
Actually I have the "Super Roulette" if someone is interested.
 

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Re: James Bond Strategy
« Reply #5 on: May 13, 2015, 10:56:39 AM »
1 unit in 0-1
3 units on 13-18
11 units on High (19-36)
More numbers, lower bankroll.
Still every successful bet provides a profit and it is much lighter on your bankroll.
It is obvious that the guy who originally devised this bet had no bankroll concerns.
Many thanks for your comment and posting it so promptly. In your method, the payout would be lower.

1 unit yields $2 profit
3 units yields $0 , Breakeven ~ covers numbers 13 to 18
11 units yields  $$7
Is that correct ? I find it a pity to not yield a profit for bets covering 13 to 18. In your method, it covers 25/37 numbers (Assume Euro Roulette). Would this be more feasibility and affordable in the long run compared to the Kavouras ? Just an opinion.
Hi and thanks for your kind words.

First of all no, in my opinion this not better than the Kav bet. After all these years I haven't found something that works better for me.

Now to the payouts of the specific bet.
Yes the payout is lower, however it is not as you calculate it. Every hit offers a profit.
Each time we bet we put 15 chips on the table
When 0-1 hits we get back 18 chips, we have 3 units profit.
When 13-18 hits we get back 18 chips, we have 3 units profit.
When 19-36 hits we get back 22 units, we have 7 chips profit.
In your calculations you forget to add the initial bet that is returned to us when 0-1 or 13-18 hits.

dobbel,
Please when you take into account La Partage rule, disclose/emphasize that what you say refers ONLY to French roulette which has a bit different rules and payouts that the common European roulette. Otherwise there will be confusion with your calculations.

Btw, Like BA says, I was too under the impression that the original Bond bet was on two dozens.
« Last Edit: May 13, 2015, 11:02:07 AM by kav »
 

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Re: James Bond Strategy
« Reply #6 on: May 13, 2015, 11:09:39 AM »
Kav, do you usually bet on the 20 numbers as stated in your site ? 0 to 3, 8 ,11, 13,14,15,18,17,20, 27,30, 31,32,33,34,35,36.

Also, in your pinon, when is optimal time to place your bets ? After 3 or 5 losing streaks (Virtual losses) ?
 

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Re: James Bond Strategy
« Reply #7 on: May 13, 2015, 11:36:37 AM »
Kav, do you usually bet on the 20 numbers as stated in your site ? 0 to 3, 8 ,11, 13,14,15,18,17,20, 27,30, 31,32,33,34,35,36.

Also, in your pinon, when is optimal time to place your bets ? After 3 or 5 losing streaks (Virtual losses) ?
I have stopped giving any more details about how to play the Kavouras bet, as I plan to release the full original system for a price (when time permits me to write it down).

However even the Kavouras Bet selection alone is a great starting point to develop your own ideas on how to play it.
There are various threads in the forum where people share their own interpretation of the system.
Se for example Reyth's Kavouras Wave tests or this topic or this.
These topics describe some ideas and attempts to use the Kavouras Bet selection.

Last but not least, keep in mind that the kavouras bet does bet on 20 numbers, but it is not the same as betting on each of these numbers with one chip. The payouts are different.
 

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Re: James Bond Strategy
« Reply #8 on: May 13, 2015, 01:57:45 PM »
All over the forum you can read that all my studies concern the FR.
I am  European and Dutch. In the Netherlands casinos there are only pseudo Frence roulette tables except on the air-port schiphol.
Nearly all internet casinos offer different roulette systems inclusive the pseudo FR.
You are a donkey,play an other roulette when the pFR is available.
The visitors of this side are in majority Europeans. See the stats.
To pass a honest judgement on a system, you need a obtective criterion. The HE is.
From point of view strategies you need other subjective criterions

The best roulette betting is flat betting with one unit on a chance.
The best roulette systems are unlimited Martingale systems. These systems have no HE !!