I'm working on an up as you win system. For even chances (18 numbers) or less numbers.
Any good ideas?
Thanks in advance.
Yes I have a system (systems), that you up as you win.
I will explain it with DS's, but the same idea can be applied in anything.
For every number that comes up, you place a chip on the DS it belongs to. (classic DS's to avoid confusion).
15. Place a chip on 13-18 DS for the next spin.
27. Place a chip on 25-30 DS plus one on 13-18 (you repeat the 13-18 bet). (2 chips total)
6. Place a chip on 1-6 DS plus one on 13-18 and 25-30. (3 chips total).
18. Place 2 CHIPS on 13-18 and all the other DS's from the previous bets. (4 chips now).
In other words you ADD A CHIP on the DS that wins
while re betting all the other DS's with whatever chips they had on them in the previous spin. (pen and paper is a must unless you play in an auto roulette where you press the REBET button and then add just one chip on the new DS).
Eventually you will come to the point where you will bet all 6 DS's.
When that happens you SIMPLIFY all 6 DS's by taking off chips so they can be at their lowest possible bet amount. (10 chips on each of the 6 DS's is the same exactly thing as having 1 chip on each one of them. In this case it is the same as if you don't bet at all).
What this system does, it follows the DS's that come ahead of the pack and you are rewarded with a HIGHER BET each time they come out. It also avoids chip waste on some DS's that are sleeping or are otherwise cold.
If a DS decides to sleep for 20 spins, in effect you are reducing the 37 numbers to 31, for the duration of the sleep. because you don't bet on that DS at all. (How is that for a player's edge? )
There are 2 ways to play this system. -------------------
1. You proceed as above and once you are in a profit, you stop and start from the beginning.
2. You proceed as above, but you keep going and going betting 100's of spins. (ALWAYS SIMPLIFYING when you have to bet all DS's). In a long session, some DS's for sure will come out ahead. And getting paid with an ever increasing amount is the beauty of this system.
But I find that this system works much better with streets. The payout is much bigger, and a few streets can go to sleep for a long time.
When you have too many chips on a few DS's , expecting a handsome payout, you can always place 1 chip on the 0. Just in case.
PS. You can test it manually for at least 100 spins.
I don't think it can be tested with software.
(How do you instruct a program to deduct equal number of chips, so that all DS's are reduced to a minimum possible bet? Some DS's might not even have any chips on them at all after simplification ).