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SPLIT: Fulbright1 from another forum
« on: February 04, 2018, 03:29:56 PM »
As you might have noticed, "betselection.cc" has recently become "old.betselection.cc".
Proofreader is still testing his "Fulbright1: A Three-split Opposite Two Column System".
In his first post (from November 16, 2017) he explains how to master it:

"Procedure: Note the newest first or third column outcome.
Bet the three splits in the opposite two columns for up to six spins.
Stop on a win or after six consecutive misses.
Example: #12 (newest spin-value).
Bet 7/8, 10/11, 13/14 for up to six spins.

Example two: #34 (newest spin-value).
Bet 32/33, 35/36, 2/3  for up to six spins".

I myself tried 50 (fifty) sessions with this simple method (Roulette simulator simple) and ended with a new high: +189 units. Along the way it went from +147 units down to +69 units, i.e. the balance dropped 78 units.
                                                       Have fun!
 
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Re: SPLIT: Fulbright1 from another forum
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2018, 11:49:44 PM »
So far so good, starting small test is passed.
 
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Re: SPLIT: Fulbright1 from another forum
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2018, 07:27:26 AM »
In my test I might simply have been lucky! After many more tests we might conclude that we have lost.
For recreational purposes or as a supplement to other bets this method might be good.
The bet selection is not superior to other choices. At least that´s what the logical part of me tells me.
From a strickly matematical point of view  the probability of a hit in one session (single Zero roulette)
must be 1 -(31/37)^6. Say almost 2/3.