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ignatus

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Inverto
« on: December 15, 2015, 12:35:30 PM »
This is 12 numbers bet, FLATBET.

TRIGGER- Wait for 2 different dozens to hit, now you bet the opposite color for each of those two dozens hit, (12 numbers bet for 3 spins, then STOP).

For an example 5 (doz 1, RED) & 13 (doz 2, BLACK) hits. Now the bet would be all BLACKs in doz 1, and all REDs in doz 2, straight up.

I've won 14/20 games (with 5u bets) wingoal +500u, stoploss -500u), That's a 70% winrate


 

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Re: Inverto
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2015, 01:50:10 PM »
Woah.  I'll try it! ; )

On the 3rd bet its break even?
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Re: Inverto
« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2015, 03:52:56 PM »
This is 12 numbers bet, FLATBET.

TRIGGER- Wait for 2 different dozens to hit, now you bet the opposite color for each of those two dozens hit, (12 numbers bet for 3 spins, then STOP).

For an example 5 (doz 1, RED) & 13 (doz 2, BLACK) hits. Now the bet would be all BLACKs in doz 1, and all REDs in doz 2, straight up.

I've won 14/20 games (with 5u bets) wingoal +500u, stoploss -500u), That's a 70% winrate
Hi Ignatus
I agree with your approach in using colours combined with dozens . Do you still bet if both colours are the same ?
With the colours you have a  3 in 4 chance of winning which is good [size=78%] [/size][/size] but you are still dependent on the" third " dozen  not appearing  which means that you need to be cautious.In publishing results I think we should stick to one unit examples. Talking of 5 units, 10 units etc. tends to exaggerate the wins.Your result  is good though and I think that saying that you  win , say,  100 units is proof enough  without exaggerating.[size=78%]

 

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Re: Inverto
« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2015, 03:59:13 PM »
Woah.  I'll try it! ; )

On the 3rd bet its break even?

Yes, third bet is break even!
 

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Re: Inverto
« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2015, 04:02:47 PM »
This is 12 numbers bet, FLATBET.

TRIGGER- Wait for 2 different dozens to hit, now you bet the opposite color for each of those two dozens hit, (12 numbers bet for 3 spins, then STOP).

For an example 5 (doz 1, RED) & 13 (doz 2, BLACK) hits. Now the bet would be all BLACKs in doz 1, and all REDs in doz 2, straight up.

I've won 14/20 games (with 5u bets) wingoal +500u, stoploss -500u), That's a 70% winrate
Hi Ignatus
I agree with your approach in using colours combined with dozens . Do you still bet if both colours are the same ?
With the colours you have a  3 in 4 chance of winning which is good but you are still dependent on the" third " dozen  not appearing  which means that you need to be cautious.In publishing results I think we should stick to one unit examples. Talking of 5 units, 10 units etc. tends to exaggerate the wins.Your result  is good though and I think that saying that you  win , say,  100 units is proof enough  without exaggerating.
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YES, if both colors are the same that's still a bet!

TRIGGER is wait for 2 different dozens to hit,(no bets for repeats!) no matter what color, the opposite color within each of those two dozens hit are bet![/size]
 

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Re: Inverto
« Reply #5 on: January 07, 2016, 01:43:05 AM »
Wow this system is fun and interesting.... and its winning!
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Re: Inverto
« Reply #6 on: January 07, 2016, 01:25:17 PM »


    Technically it looks like a good bet. It could also work with odd and even. Though the color might be easier to track.

      Harry