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help about my system
« on: June 19, 2015, 02:46:52 PM »
Hi my friends I want tell about my system I won 1000 euro into 20 hours roulette  play into casino,I go every day but I lose one time, ten times I won and two times  I lost.

I get last six numbers and I calculated  example: 21+22+4+13+34+23=117 after total numbers 117-37-37-37= play for next numbers 6/31/12 /1/36
Number 6 play because (117-37-37-37=6)
Number 31 play because 6+31=37 
Number 12  because (6×2=12)
Number 1 and 36 from Sun square because (1,6,31,36 is sane team )

PLEASE TELL ME ABOUT SOMETHING ABOUT THIS SYSTEM  AND I CAN MORE THING EXPLAIN.


 

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Re: help about my system
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2015, 10:33:56 PM »
Hello and welcome to the forum.
Winning 1000 euro in 20 hours sounds great, but I guess it is probably luck.
Your bet selection is very original.
Do you flat bet?
 

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Re: help about my system
« Reply #2 on: June 20, 2015, 01:11:28 AM »
I like original ideas.
Googlino, do you have a stop limit for winning and/or losing?
For example if I win 200 I stop,if I lose 200 I stop,are you using a progression or just flat betting?
 

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Re: help about my system
« Reply #3 on: June 20, 2015, 10:44:06 AM »
Hi again flat betting
 

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Re: help about my system
« Reply #4 on: June 20, 2015, 11:48:12 AM »
A profit of about 50 euro per hour is quite normal. To judge your method we need to know how many units you bet for that profit.
In that case we can compute the profit percentage. That figure is the most important feature.
In other replies I wrote, you are a good player when your profit is 1%.A profit of 2% makes you a very good player.
Suppose your profit is 1% then you must bet 5000 units per hour. On average  a real wheel spins 40 simes an hour. You must play 250 units per spin.
Some times ago I tryed to make 50 euros per hour. I betted 50 euros per wager. I was very satisfied with a profit of 5 units per hour.
Most peaple could not understand  to be satisfied with 5 units per hour. A profit of 2% means an input of 250 units of 10 euro.
 

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Re: help about my system
« Reply #5 on: June 20, 2015, 07:42:10 PM »
A profit of about 50 euro per hour is quite normal. To judge your method we need to know how many units you bet for that profit.
In that case we can compute the profit percentage. That figure is the most important feature.
In other replies I wrote, you are a good player when your profit is 1%.A profit of 2% makes you a very good player.
Suppose your profit is 1% then you must bet 5000 units per hour. On average  a real wheel spins 40 simes an hour. You must play 250 units per spin.
Some times ago I tryed to make 50 euros per hour. I betted 50 euros per wager. I was very satisfied with a profit of 5 units per hour.
Most peaple could not understand  to be satisfied with 5 units per hour. A profit of 2% means an input of 250 units of 10 euro.
Interesting Dobbelsteen.
So what total bank do you suggest ? And the table bank ?
 

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Re: help about my system
« Reply #6 on: June 21, 2015, 09:50:07 AM »
I do not understand what you mean with  table bank.
 

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Re: help about my system
« Reply #7 on: June 21, 2015, 02:17:41 PM »
A table  bank is what you are prepared to lose at any ONE table.  A total bank is the total money you set aside for gambling.
As a recreational player I do not have a total bank but take to the casino a certain amount of money which I am prepared to lose .
 

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Re: help about my system
« Reply #8 on: June 21, 2015, 02:27:23 PM »
A table  bank is what you are prepared to lose at any ONE table.  A total bank is the total money you set aside for gambling.
As a recreational player I do not have a total bank but take to the casino a certain amount of money which I am prepared to lose .
Yes. This is good advice.

For the Kavouras strategy for example, there is a Total Bankroll (or lifetime bankroll) and Session banks. Session bank is the amount of money you are prepared to use/lose in one casino visit and it is part of the Total bankroll.

The absolute minimum required Total bankroll contains 5 Session banks, while the recommended, optimum Total bankroll contains 10 Session banks.
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Re: help about my system
« Reply #9 on: June 25, 2015, 10:07:42 AM »
   All very good advice. The biggest problem facing the new gambler is lack of discipline. It is very frustrating to see your bankroll swept away in only a few spins. It has happened to us all. The temtation to access more money in order to recover ois strong. RESIST !! The result can easily be a larger loss than you could imagine.

    I learnt this lesson many years ago at  Sun City. I ran into a series of 13 reds. My system handled this, but after 1 black red started to win again. I did not believe that the second run could be as long as the first, and began to bet heavily on black. By the time the series ended after another 15 reds (28 reds, 1 black), I had lost back the profit of several weeks play.

      The damage was not just financail, but also psychological. It was some time before I was able to force myself to visit the casino again. When I did it was with much more discipline and patience.

          Harry
 

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Re: help about my system
« Reply #10 on: June 25, 2015, 10:30:07 AM »
   All very good advice. The biggest problem facing the new gambler is lack of discipline. It is very frustrating to see your bankroll swept away in only a few spins. It has happened to us all. The temtation to access more money in order to recover ois strong. RESIST !! The result can easily be a larger loss than you could imagine.

    I learnt this lesson many years ago at  Sun City. I ran into a series of 13 reds. My system handled this, but after 1 black red started to win again. I did not believe that the second run could be as long as the first, and began to bet heavily on black. By the time the series ended after another 15 reds (28 reds, 1 black), I had lost back the profit of several weeks play.

      The damage was not just financail, but also psychological. It was some time before I was able to force myself to visit the casino again. When I did it was with much more discipline and patience.

          Harry

Very few would have the inner strength to carry on after such incident!
"Whatever it doesn't kill us, make us stronger." Friedrich Nietzsche
 

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Re: help about my system
« Reply #11 on: June 25, 2015, 03:23:54 PM »
Great post Harry