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Charlie have you seen this, maybe you can make a two step progression cover all 36 numbers.
There's a mathematical curiosity
for having a 36-number layout coverage and yet win +1 unit on a hit:
How can it be?
as the only number to leave open, the bet goes like this:3
chips go to number 072
chips to low
(Covers 1 to 18
chips to 3rd dozen
(Covers 25 to 36
chips to corner 20/24
chips to straight-up number 22
If any number other than 19 is spun, you win +1.
You need a table with "Le Partage
" rule for this bet to work.
Testing the validity of this bet with Roulette Xtreme.
First you need to enable Le Partage
Then proceed to test the winning bets:At a straight-up win, we win 4 x 36 = 144 chips, minus 143 chips layed = +1At the corner, we win 16 x 9 = 144 chips, we lost 143 chips layed = +1At the dozen, we win 48 x 3 = 144 chips, taking in to account 143 chips layed = +1At the even chance, we win 72 x 2 = 144 chips, subtracting 143 chips layed = +1If Zero shows up, dealer returns us 108 chips as payout for it
, then takes away losing chips: while from the 72 chips layed at low
by "Le Partage
" rule enabled at the even chances dealer takes 36 and we get 36 chips back. As we won 108 by zero + 36 chips back from low = 144 chips - 143 layed = +1
unit profit even when zero hits! Positively letting only 1 out of the 37 numbers as a loss
, and winning +1 unit at 36 numbers.
It is important to notice at regular Roulette without Le partage, you have a net loss of 35 chips when zero hits so we really need this Le Partage splitting rule:
Of course, the downside is losing spin costs 143 chips. But for doing that bet your REALLY have to do next spin and want the very least numbers against, this "tricky bet" can do.
Also you can mathematically split all the bets in half to win +0.5 instead of +1... but the problem is the Zero. The dealer won't be too fond of you splitting a chip in two to bet 1 and a half on zero.
A liked trigger is to bet after 2 instances of the same number are spun. But we've all seen 3 in a row. Thanks to Namor for the tip.