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7 Steps
« on: December 20, 2016, 08:45:02 PM »
Hello players,

I am new here at this forum and please forgive me for my bad English. Probably i will not use the best words or can not explain exactly what i mean - i am German and my school lessons in English had been years ago. ;-)

But i discoverd this forum and found it more helpful than the German one. At the German roulette forum the people are not so polite and everyone who is posting a new strategy which doesn't work well is very fast marked as an idiot :-) Mabe its better here..? :-)  I found by random a part of the kavouras system and others ... and found it very interesting. So I decided to register here as well.

I have been fascinating from roulette game as a young boy, and now I am old *haha* and have began again to deal with it some years ago.

Now, here is what I am playing the last years. I call it myself the "7 steps strategy".
Actuallly, it's not really a betting strategy, it's more money management.

I bet on 7 steps: first step - equal chances (red/black), second step - third chancec (dozens or columns), third step - transversale simple, you call it "double streets", fourth step - carre (quarter), fifth step - transversale plein - street, sixth step - cheval - i don't know the english equivalent, seventh step plein - one number.

Every (next) step will only be attacked, if the step before is finished succesful with winning. The new step will be stopped at the latest money capital from the step before  and so on. Step one and two - you can play any strategy you want - target is to win 40 units. Then you can start step 3.  Then you only have to bet the number which came before (with progression).

Probably that sounds very confusing, but it works very well for me. If you have a good day - you can get more than 100 units easily. If you have a bad day - you will loose very little units.

So, this is the abbreviated version of my "7 steps strategy". Good luck with it.

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Re: 7 Steps
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2016, 10:04:51 PM »
Hello and welcome to the forum funtomas.
This is an extremely interesting approach. Also presented in various threads like here:
A new system and a fresh way to look at progressions
or here:

The concept behind this kind of systems is that one tries to increase the paout not (only) in the traditional way of increasing the betting amount, but by betting a higher payout (less numbers, lower probability) bet. This is definitely one more powerful tool in the hands of the sophisticated roulette player. And it can be used in combination with other tools like the increase/decrease of the betting amount.
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Re: 7 Steps
« Reply #2 on: December 21, 2016, 07:55:08 AM »
This sound interesting but I not quite sure who it is play can u explain in more detail please like give example thank you.
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Re: 7 Steps
« Reply #3 on: December 21, 2016, 10:47:54 AM »
Hello funtomas and welcome.
I don´t  think YOUR English is too bad. Ohne Gewähr und Pistole  :)
Here too, however, you must beware of trolls.
A very common mistake is to write two  x "o" in "loser". Almost as bad as double zero!
But not as bad as  the crime recently commited in Berlin. I used to be a tourist close to the crime scene.
As a Dane I am aware of the different roulette words used in various countries.
Plein = Volle Nummern = Straight Up.
Cheval = Split.
Dreier-Transversale = Street.
Sechser-Transversale = Six Line = double street.

Visiting my local BIB (library) I have noticed that
 "SEVEN" plays a great role in many book titles. It must have to do with some superstition or other.
The Beatles: "One two three four five six seven
                    All good children go to Heaven".

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Re: 7 Steps
« Reply #4 on: December 21, 2016, 11:31:08 AM »

 If my Life depending on it :-) Nice system, i also use it as dinner Money or drink Money when i am at the casino - but i change the odds and probability staking six location to 98.5% probabiliy of winning and 1.5% probability to bust - so there is pretty secure dinner/drink Money.

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Re: 7 Steps
« Reply #5 on: December 21, 2016, 12:09:50 PM »
I must admit I didn't pay very much attention the first time I read this system. Now I realize it is quite different than the old and tried system that you bet less numbers until you get a hit. The system 7-steps if I get it right is more like an up as you win system.

Funtomas can you please try to explain it (or anyone who gets it) a bit more?

Can you please explain how you play for dinner Money or drink Money?

I think we may be onto something new and interesting here....


Re: 7 Steps
« Reply #6 on: December 21, 2016, 02:05:57 PM »
Hi funtomas and welcome to the forum. Could you perhaps explain in a little more detail this part of your system?

The new step will be stopped at the latest money capital from the step before  and so on.



Re: 7 Steps
« Reply #7 on: December 22, 2016, 04:41:50 PM »
Hi futurama,

Can you please give an example of a gaming session so that we can understand how your system is play out. Where to start, what/when the trigger ? And you mention progressive what kind of progressive?
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Re: 7 Steps
« Reply #8 on: December 22, 2016, 08:40:11 PM »
Thank you for your translations.

Thank you for your interests.

When I thought about it first time my consideration was: which is the bet where i get the most money? It's straight up. But it's the hardest bet to hit. And which is the bet who is easiest to hit? Equal chances. So I tried to find a way to bet the way from equal chances to straight up.
Then I thought about the units to bet. For straight up I bet one unit, for example 1 $. For split I bet two units (2 $). For streets 3 units, for quarters 4 units, for double streets 5 units, for dozens 10 units, and for equal chances 20 units (20 $ in this example).
The idea behind 7 steps is to build up money with every step, so after the first step you play with money from the casino.
I start with step 1 playing on equal chancel and my winning goal is 20 units. You don't have to bet 20 units at once. You can divide that and play any strategy you want. But the winning goal is 20 units.
Step 2 I play any strategy on dozens, winning goal is again 20 units, so I have no 40 won.
Remember: step 1 and step 2 you can play any strategy you like, or divide the bets for more safety. But for starting with step 3 you should have 40 units won, because now starts my progressive.

Step 3 I simply play the double street which came just now. I bet 5 units on it. I I have won, I play step 4.
I I have not won, I bet 10 units on that double street, and 5 units on the double street which came now. If I haven't won again: 15 units and 10 units and 5 units - so I bet on three double streets. It's very probably that you have a win with these three bets. If you have lost all three bets, you have lost 10 units (10 $) and stop for that day. You can not loose more (after have won step 1 and 2 ;-)
If you have won you have to check your balance. Is it more than 40 - go to step 4, is is less stop playing.

Step 4 playing the same strategy as on step 3, but betting on quarters. The last quarter with 4 units and after a loss one more (4 + 8 ), than 4 + 8 + 12 and so on and so on.

The same with step 5 (streets) 3 units, step 6 (splits) 2 units and step 7 (straight up) one unit.

After a hit every new step only when you balance has increased compared to the balance when starting the step. If you had a winning and the balance is than lower then when starting this step: stop playing.  And every step has to stop anyway when with progressive you will get below your starting balance.

That means, if you have won step 1 and 2, after that you can not more loose than 10 units (when loosing step 3), because at the progressive you stop in time. But on a good day you will build more and more units with every step. Step 7 is really fun and relaxed than, because you have built enough money from 6 steps before, to bet on straight up numbers long time without risk of loosing your money and the chance to get a very high hit.

I hope I have explained it now better. It's just a money management strategy, and the hardest part is step 1 and 2. But for that everyone can try to find the the best method for himself.
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Re: 7 Steps
« Reply #9 on: December 22, 2016, 08:50:26 PM »
Example starting with step 3:

34      So I bet 5 units on 31-36.
31       hit !    I go to step 4 and play now 4 units on 31-32-34-35
13      I bet 8 units on 31-32-34-35 and 4 units on 13-14-16-17
8        I bet 12 units on 31-32-34-35 and 8 units on 13-14-16-17 and 4 units on 7-8-10-11 or 8-9-11-12 (thats not fix)

After a hit I check balance. If it is more than when starting with step 4 I go to step 5, if not I stop.
Maybe 32 came .. a big hit... I start with step 5 playing 3 units on 31-32-33.
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Re: 7 Steps
« Reply #10 on: December 23, 2016, 09:31:43 AM »
Hello funtomas. Thanks for your explanation. The famous author of fairy tales Hans Christian Andersen wrote "The Woman with the Eggs". She had great visions,  but she did LOSE (still spelled with only one o :)))
  all the eggs.
  The first steps are the  difficult ones. Die Einfache Chancen sind nicht einfach. These  EVEN CHANCES may not give you a profit to begin with.

"To play with money from the Casino" sounds familiar. Like PAROLI, you know.
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