March 6th, 2017 at 3:54:07 PM
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Pretty sure the OP is looking for a 1:1 bet anyway. At least with the progression he has shown.

March 6th, 2017 at 3:54:59 PM
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Slyworm, yes I realize it doesn’t effect the odds of play.

Sally, Yes, I will have to adjust this progression for the Lay bet. I have not worked it out yet, but hopefully I will soon.

So far I’ve been using Wincraps and betting strictly on the Don’t Pass (with 2 Don’t Come bets), and it’s been doing incredibly well. I know I’ve been lucky though, but this progression is so much safer than many others I’ve looked into. Rather than a Big Risk Big Reward, this progression is Low Risk Low Reward.

Sally, Yes, I will have to adjust this progression for the Lay bet. I have not worked it out yet, but hopefully I will soon.

So far I’ve been using Wincraps and betting strictly on the Don’t Pass (with 2 Don’t Come bets), and it’s been doing incredibly well. I know I’ve been lucky though, but this progression is so much safer than many others I’ve looked into. Rather than a Big Risk Big Reward, this progression is Low Risk Low Reward.

March 6th, 2017 at 5:33:31 PM
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Quote:BlueEagleThe suggestions to bet on 35 numbers on Roulette made me laugh. However, I don't believe it is a valid option because that would be 35 separate bets. The question is which [one] bet has the highest chance of winning two times in a row.

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I disagree, it's not 35 separate bets. If each bet were a separate bet than that implies each bet has a chance to win, which isn't the case. It's a single bet risking 3500 to win 100. If I put $1800 on red, is that 1 bet or is it 18 separate bets on each red number? In my example of betting 35 separate numbers, if the layout somehow allowed me to do that with one bet then it would be more clear that it's one bet

March 19th, 2017 at 4:55:45 PM
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Assuming it's only a single chip (rather than the back 35 numbers method) then I'm guessing you're looking for the one that has the highest probability of winning (regardless of the payout).

March 19th, 2017 at 10:30:26 PM
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Well, yes. But winning TWICE in a row.

March 19th, 2017 at 11:22:33 PM
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Having 35 different numbers bet on roulette -- each of those bets has a chance to win. There's just covariance and only one can win at a time.

The bet that is most likely to win is the same bet that is most likely to win twice in a row.

Quote:TERMINATORWell, yes. But winning TWICE in a row.

The bet that is most likely to win is the same bet that is most likely to win twice in a row.

"should of played 'Go Fish' today ya peasant" -typoontrav

March 20th, 2017 at 6:03:41 AM
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I also second the "play every number" schtick that someone else said on here. :) You're guaranteed to win SOMETHING. ... ;)

Guy "won" less than his bet and the slot machine had the audacity to tell him he got a big win! SMH! Also, the Nintendo cartridge is so much more important than the Nintendo console. Without the cartridge, the Nintendo console is just a useless box.

March 20th, 2017 at 7:08:30 AM
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Quote:NathanI also second the "play every number" schtick that someone else said on here. :) You're guaranteed to win SOMETHING. ... ;)

This from the same person whose pet peeve is that a multiline machine declares a win then returns less than your total bet?

This is the same thing, but self-inflicted, since with evenly distributed individual numbers bet, and those numbers never paying true odds on a win, you will NEVER win more than you have lost placing the bet.

"If the house lost every hand, they wouldn't deal the game."

March 20th, 2017 at 9:41:40 AM
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But the 35 numbers bet will not really work for me. I am trying to fit this bet in with my progression. As stated earlier, I am looking to do a certain "progression." The casino I play at has a $10 - $1000 limit. If I lose my bet ONCE, there is no bet I can make a second time to make up for that loss on the NEXT BET, as I will have reached the table max on my second bet. It is totally unfeasable.

Also, if we WIN the 35 number bet, all we do is win our money BACK, we do NOT make a profit. Which defeats the purpose of what I am asking. SO please drop this 35 number answer.

Let me rephrase my question. I want to make a SINGLE 1 unit bet. Okay? I cannot put a 1 unit bet on 35 numbers.

So, does anyone else have an answer to my question? Which single 1 unit bet has the best chances of winning two times in a row? Thank you for your help.

Also, if we WIN the 35 number bet, all we do is win our money BACK, we do NOT make a profit. Which defeats the purpose of what I am asking. SO please drop this 35 number answer.

Let me rephrase my question. I want to make a SINGLE 1 unit bet. Okay? I cannot put a 1 unit bet on 35 numbers.

So, does anyone else have an answer to my question? Which single 1 unit bet has the best chances of winning two times in a row? Thank you for your help.

March 20th, 2017 at 10:09:49 AM
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Quote:TERMINATORBut the 35 numbers bet will not really work for me. I am trying to fit this bet in with my progression. As stated earlier, I am looking to do a certain "progression." The casino I play at has a $10 - $1000 limit. If I lose my bet ONCE, there is no bet I can make a second time to make up for that loss on the NEXT BET, as I will have reached the table max on my second bet. It is totally unfeasable.

Also, if we WIN the 35 number bet, all we do is win our money BACK, we do NOT make a profit. Which defeats the purpose of what I am asking. SO please drop this 35 number answer.

Let me rephrase my question. I want to make a SINGLE 1 unit bet. Okay? I cannot put a 1 unit bet on 35 numbers.

So, does anyone else have an answer to my question? Which single 1 unit bet has the best chances of winning two times in a row? Thank you for your help.

Then I think the answer you are looking for was in the first reply to your original post:

Lay the 4/10.