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RouletteGhost

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American Wheel Quads system
« on: October 04, 2015, 01:54:06 PM »
This is a strategy I designed for American wheel only. After countless months of testing various bet selections on celtic live wheel overnight on auto bet this is the one that has not failed yet.

It is a 24 number bet (6 quads). I know what you are thinking, destined to fail

In all my tests which run a minimum of an hour and a half continuous betting flat bet I either end in nice profit or break even where i neither win or lose

I have a copy of American wheel zumma, I have not seen more than 3 consecutive losses in a row and the wins come in large clusters. On the live wheel I have also not seen more than 3 losses in a row

It takes 2 wins to make up for 1 loss and it just always does

I can't explain why this works

it is not perfect, in a negative expectation game you will lose, I just have not seen it happen yet.

I have tested over 500 real wheel spins and hundreds and hundreds of zumma spins

For this method I recommend d'amblert +1 on a loss -1 on a win

betting on 0/00 is personal choice, maybe place the chip amount just to break even on a win

I really only post on roulette forum cc but theres a lot of negativity there lately and it just does not help
« Last Edit: October 04, 2015, 01:56:13 PM by RouletteGhost »


 

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Re: American Wheel Quads system
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2015, 02:22:07 PM »
Welcome aboard, RG!

You will say something more about system?
 

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Re: American Wheel Quads system
« Reply #2 on: October 04, 2015, 02:24:25 PM »
I wish I could say more

its a very simple system with no tracking, just how I like it

if you decide to play find a style or progression that works for you

with the hit rate being much much better then just picking 2 dozens and betting them, the +1 -1 should work well

i know its an elementary system. i wouldnt post something like this without knowing it works :)
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Re: American Wheel Quads system
« Reply #3 on: October 04, 2015, 10:30:39 PM »
I wish I could say more

its a very simple system with no tracking, just how I like it

if you decide to play find a style or progression that works for you

with the hit rate being much much better then just picking 2 dozens and betting them, the +1 -1 should work well

i know its an elementary system. i wouldnt post something like this without knowing it works :)
Are you using the same 6 QUADS all the time, or do you change them? Is there something special about them?
I am sure you will get the same results using any group of 6 Quads.
 

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Re: American Wheel Quads system
« Reply #4 on: October 04, 2015, 10:39:19 PM »
Same 6 quads every spin as seen in the image

Different results then any other combo. Checked against zumma

Fire up celtic and see
 

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Re: American Wheel Quads system
« Reply #5 on: October 04, 2015, 10:55:08 PM »
Same 6 quads every spin as seen in the image

Different results then any other combo. Checked against zumma

Fire up celtic and see
I see that you also bet 0/00 as a safety net?
Is that part of the bet or only if the progression goes too high?
 

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Re: American Wheel Quads system
« Reply #7 on: October 04, 2015, 11:09:52 PM »
0/00 is personal choice

You can put the chip amount to break even on a 0 hit

It sucks when 0 hits 3 times within 20 spins and ur not on it

The main game is the quads
 

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Re: American Wheel Quads system
« Reply #8 on: October 05, 2015, 08:32:52 AM »
A 24 number bet is exact the same as a 2 dozen bet  The advantage of a 2 dozen bet is, you can start betting with 2 units in stead of 6 units. The risk of a large  loss is less. 500 spins are a short run sample. Every system has 50% chance on a profit or loss. The long run starts when the profit is negative
 

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Re: American Wheel Quads system
« Reply #9 on: October 05, 2015, 10:35:03 AM »
The typical knee jerk reaction is its the same as a 2 dozen bet

I have seen max 3 losses in a row. Picking 2 dozens and betting on them you will see more than 3 in a row

There will be doubts because weve seen so many systems

If you can access american wheel spins have a look

(im sure 4 or 5 losses in a row happens but i havent seen it in about a thousand spins. So rare enough it wont hurt)
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Re: American Wheel Quads system
« Reply #10 on: October 05, 2015, 12:38:45 PM »
0/00 is personal choice

You can put the chip amount to break even on a 0 hit

It sucks when 0 hits 3 times within 20 spins and ur not on it

The main game is the quads
Isn't it the same if you bet 27/30 as a safety net?  Y does it have to be 0/00?
There is nothing special about 0/00 bets.
Any split bet on two numbers that are not included in the 6 quads, should have the same results.
It would suck too if 27 hits 3 times in 20 spins, and according to your picture it did twice in only a few spins.
 

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Re: American Wheel Quads system
« Reply #11 on: October 05, 2015, 12:43:49 PM »
I just chose 0/00

If anyone tests on an american wheel or zumma or past spins id love to hear how it goes