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Dane

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LOW SPLIT EMPIRE
« on: July 25, 2015, 02:46:42 PM »
Each split or cheval covers two numbers. Within the 37 numbers there are 60 splits or cheveaux.
Many players focuse on betting with progression.  Being busy stacking chips and betting in the height. Here I stick to flat betting or masse égale.  Never more than one unit on any split!
Instead I bet in breath and lenght.  Each number is a part of two, three or four splits.
My "LOW SPLIT EMPIRE"  simply starts on the lowest split, say 0-1.
The lowest splits are:    0-1
                                        0-2
                                        0-3
                                         1-2
                                         1-4
                                         2-3
                                         2-5
                                         3-6
                                          4-5
                                          4-7
                                          5-8
                                          5-6
and so forth and so on.
Every time the highest Dozen (25-36) comes, my Empire grows a Little bit: I add EXACTLY ONE split to my betting. I always add the LOWEST of the ones that are not occupied!
Right after a spin with hitting ( hitting one, two , three or four splits at the same time), I leave the winning splits.
I have been rather Lucky testing this (roulette-simulator.info):
Right after 889 spins my profit is 347 units.

                                      Good luck!
                                          Dane
                               
                                     
                                       
« Last Edit: July 25, 2015, 03:03:07 PM by Dane »


 

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Re: LOW SPLIT EMPIRE
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2015, 04:15:12 PM »
Tried this for a bit.  Doesn't hit as quick as your corner system but eventually it does hit and went up 28 units pretty quickly. 

I feel like I want to write a simulation to play this, the "walk out" method brings a whole new perspective to the odds involved (as they are constantly increasing/decreasing) and the potential for miss streaks & length of time for recovery.

Some time ago, I made a small simulation for straight up numbers and found that rarely but regularly it will miss 18 times in a row as you walk the chips out 1 number per spin.

The key is finding the optimal method of loss recovery and like Kav says we can't do that unless we understand what the worst sequence is we are trying to recover from.
« Last Edit: July 25, 2015, 04:19:36 PM by Reyth »
 

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Re: LOW SPLIT EMPIRE
« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2015, 04:34:12 PM »
I love the name!!!
 

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Re: LOW SPLIT EMPIRE
« Reply #3 on: July 26, 2015, 03:33:06 PM »
Thanks! The parts of my brain connected to names, words and music might be higher developed than the mathematical parts!  Like splits, however, overlapping can´t be excluded!

The highest Dozen might come a dozen times or more in a row. So he worst sequence might lead  to too many occupied splits. To avoid that we could choose to add one split to betting only after
31-36 (for instance).