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September 18th, 2010 at 12:34:02 AM permalink
I use a 2 number progression for this.... 1-56, $2,780 if I lose. No tracking of numbers, nothing DUE, nothing hot, nothing cold. My example is for the *00 wheel*. I can try and help out with questions for the single zero wheel.

I make a chart on the left side for the layout, 0 DOWN to 36. The right side is my wheel chart. 00 DOWN to the 13 BUT notice one thing please. I switched the 1 and the 13, for a reason. The odd bets are for the layout, 1, 3, 5 etc. The even bets are for the wheel, 2, 4, 6 etc. So our first bet is the 0 and 00. Whatever number hit, cross off on BOTH sides, no more betting on those until we start over fresh.

Our second bet is the 00 and 27 (assuming a 27 did not hit on the first spin). Again, cross off what hit. Our third bet (back to the layout) is the 1 and 2 etc. RULES: Only bet two numbers next to each other UNHIT !!!!!

If there are 3 unhits next to each other (like the 33 16 4), (assuming the 21 and 23 are crossed off) the 33 and 16 is one bet and the 16 and 4 is another bet, two spins later. When we get to the bottom......take the bottom number (assuming its not hit) and combine it with the top number. EXAMPLES >> 36 and 0 OR 13 and 00. I'll post more, hang on. I give this method as of TODAY, a solid 'B'. Ken (SIDENOTE: In my next post, I'll list a slightly different version. It involves skipping 10 spins, it is my preference how to play it)
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September 18th, 2010 at 12:35:14 AM permalink
My FINAL way of betting >>> Betting every other spin for the first 10 spins (which is actually 20 spins total). After the 10 SKIPS, proceed as usual. So a 56 step progression becomes 66 total. First spin, bet (left side). Second spin, skip but cross off what hit. Next spin, bet (right side). Next spin, skip. Next spin, bet (left side). Next spin, skip. Next spin, bet (right side) ETC. Remember, play it the way it makes you feel most comfortable but through lots of testing, I find this to be the best. Ken
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September 18th, 2010 at 12:35:50 AM permalink
NOTE: (00 wheel)..... On the right side of our column (wheel layout) I switch the 1 and 13 for a reason, mostly because I lost BIG money before switching this around. The reason, I do not want the 00/1 (left side) and the 1/00 (right side) BOTH unhit. It makes it very possible that the same two unhit pairs would be on both sides. This is the ONLY example of this possibly happening. I will post what the chart SHOULD look like. Ken
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September 18th, 2010 at 12:36:53 AM permalink
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0 00
00 27
1 10
2 25
3 29
4 12
5 8
6 19
7 31
8 18
9 6
10 21
11 33
12 16
13 4
14 23
15 35
16 14
17 2
18 0
19 28
20 9
21 26
22 30
23 11
24 7
25 20
26 32
27 17
28 5
29 22
30 34
31 15
32 3
33 24
34 36
35 1
36 13 <<< (00 wheel) Notice the 1 and 13 are switched. Ken
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September 18th, 2010 at 12:37:31 AM permalink
Connecting bottom bet with the top bet. An important RULE. I'll use the right side (00 wheel) as an EXAMPLE >> Lets say we have the 36 and 27 already crossed off. When its time, we bet the 1 & 13. Two spins later, we bet the 13 & 00. Thats assuming on the last spin (left side) a 13 or 00 were not hit. Ken
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September 18th, 2010 at 12:39:26 AM permalink
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This is what my ACTUAL chart looks like at the casino, in my 4x6 notebook >>>



0 18 ] 00 0
00 19 ] 27 28
1 20 ] 10 9
2 21 ] 25 26
3 22 ] 29 30
4 23 ] 12 11
5 24 ] 8 7
6 25 ] 19 20
7 26 ] 31 32
8 27 ] 18 17
9 28 ] 6 5
10 29 ] 21 22
11 30 ] 33 34
12 31 ] 16 15
13 32 ] 4 3
14 33 ] 23 24
15 34 ] 35 36
16 35 ] 14 1
17 36 ] 2 13
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September 18th, 2010 at 12:40:33 AM permalink
0 0 <<<< This is what it should look like for the 0 wheel.
1 32
2 15
3 19
4 4
5 21
6 2
7 25
8 17
9 34
10 6
11 27
12 13
13 36
14 11
15 30
16 8
17 23
18 10
19 5
20 24
21 16
22 33
23 1
24 20
25 14
26 31
27 9
28 22
29 18
30 29
31 7
32 28
33 12
34 35
35 3
36 26
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September 18th, 2010 at 12:41:24 AM permalink
Dont forget.....all odd bets are on the left side (layout) and the even bets are on the right side (wheel). So when FIRST starting, we start on the layout area. Either 0/00 or 0/1. Ken
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September 18th, 2010 at 12:42:09 AM permalink
Another "what if".....(single 0 wheel as an example) RIGHT SIDE. Lets say the 29 is crossed off and we are betting the 31/9. No win, we go to the left side and the 31 then hits, we cross off and now back to the right side. We bet the 22/18, NOT the 9/22. You might want to bet the 9/22 and then the 22/18 but I say no. (IMO) Ken
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September 18th, 2010 at 12:44:31 AM permalink
Single zero wheel, I'll give a couple examples. Ask questions if needed, NO PROBLEM. You can NOT follow along from memory only, you must have the columns next to you and do the crossing off/betting or you will not understand. co= cross off. aco= already crossed off. bt= bet. sk= skip but still cross off. 37= #0.

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