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#### Jake007

« on: March 23, 2017, 06:12:26 PM »
Im sure this isnt the first time someone came up with this idea. My brother is now excited about roulette and this is something he came up with. He keeps winning and winning with it.

Game play goes like this:

- bet 1u on every double street
- after a spin increase 1u on all unhit double streets
- on the double street(s) that do hit, bring their bet back down to 1u
- max bets on any double street is 10u
- once a DS reaches 10u, just keep betting it at 10u until it hits

- max total bet would be 110u, but that would just never happen unless you had ten 0's in a row
- average total bet between 40-70

bankroll: 500u (1000u normally)

This can be a slow grind at times with dips in bankroll but nothing too bad. What I am seeing is higher highs and higher lows. Good Luck!

Here is an example after #33 hits... the two double streets go down to 1u and the other DS go up 1u...

« Last Edit: March 23, 2017, 06:15:24 PM by Jake007 »

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#### jekhb76

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2017, 07:07:41 PM »
hi Jake,
The way I see it, is that you don't bet on every double street, but on overlapping double streets.
there are only 6 double streets. maybe i'm seeing it wrong, but you're profit now comes from the single street hits, the double streets are only for reducing the losses.

#### Jake007

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #2 on: March 23, 2017, 07:17:11 PM »
As I understand... a street is a line of 3 numbers which pays 11:1 odds. A double street (or line) covers 6 numbers and pays 5:1 odds. The bet procedure covers all 11 lines (or double streets). Yes most of the numbers will have overlapping double streets, except for the the ends.

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#### Jake007

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #3 on: March 23, 2017, 07:22:16 PM »
If the betting is unclear here is another example....

HITTING # 11...

Below photo showing the two double streets that were hit go down to 1u bets each and the other double streets all raise 1u. Continue to raise unhit bets to 10u max.

« Last Edit: March 23, 2017, 07:24:39 PM by Jake007 »

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#### Jake007

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #4 on: March 23, 2017, 07:40:11 PM »
Give it a try. This is actually enjoyable to play and very little stress involved. The worst problems arise when you hit 0 a few times or hit a street that you have already hit. Recovering is not difficult because those occurrences dont happen too often.

I gave my brother 500 credits (\$50) and he has doubled that money in about an hour to 1100 credits.

I am thinking of somehow incorporating a bet on the zero as well. From personal data:

- 90% of spins happen before 50 spins on a single number
- 80% of spins happen before 40 spins on a single number
- 70% of spins happen before 30 spins on a single number
- 60% of spins happen before 24 spins on a single number
- 50% of spins happen before 18 spins on a single number

So possibly a 1u bet on 0 for 18 spins and then turn it off for 18 spins and then back on, etc. Seems like too much work    maybe every 10 spins increase the zero bet 1u... so 1-10 would be 1u on zero, then 2u for the next 10 spins, 3u the next ten, etc and then bring the bet back down to 1u after 50 spins.

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#### Reyth

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #5 on: March 23, 2017, 08:33:09 PM »
You could calculate it as a fixed percentage of the overall bet amount?

#### Jake007

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #6 on: March 23, 2017, 09:17:05 PM »
I just played a while betting 1u on the green zero. every 10 spins up +1u... the zero finally hit around 95 spins. Cost me 455 units and I won only 324. So adding 1u to infinity doesnt make sense. Had I gone up 1u to 5u and after 50 spins not hit the zero and dropped back down to 1u..... after 95 spins I would still be at a loss hitting the zero. A bit confusing I know It looks like not playing the zero at all is the best route to take on this. Even still while playing the zero and essentially losing 100u I am up 300u in about a half hour (\$30). no real threats at all. I dipped down a bit hitting a few recently hit double streets, but while that is happening the others are getting added unit bets so eventually I will hit the big ones.
« Last Edit: March 23, 2017, 09:19:26 PM by Jake007 »

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#### Reyth

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #7 on: March 23, 2017, 09:30:25 PM »
Some systems deliberately utilize small controlled losses?
« Last Edit: March 24, 2017, 01:57:43 PM by Reyth »

#### dobbelsteen

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #8 on: March 24, 2017, 09:28:16 AM »
The covering of 36 numbers shall always results in a loss. Decrease the bet on 1/6;7/12;13/18/19/24/25/30/and 31/36  with one unit. Your risk is much less and the winchance is the same.

Betting on 36 numbers is a newbe failure. When the roulette is a French roulette with la Partage , you must place the units as much as possible on LOW or HIGH.

#### Jake007

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #9 on: March 24, 2017, 04:14:47 PM »
Has anyone given this a try? Still making money for me. My goal is +100u every time I play. Not hard to do either.

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#### jekhb76

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #10 on: March 24, 2017, 08:50:21 PM »
Not very fortunate for me sadly.

#### oaknshield

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #11 on: March 06, 2018, 07:07:00 PM »
Hi  is this system still bringing in wins ?  I will give this a try

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#### Argus

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #12 on: March 19, 2018, 10:18:10 PM »
I came across this thread yesterday and gave it a short test on an app to see if it worked at all. Using a base unit of \$1 I made \$35 in about 15 minutes. Today I went to a B&M casino and made \$60 in 20 minutes and walked out.  I’m very wary lately of pushing my luck.
The two problems I find with this method are the zeros and hitting \$10 on a DS and it still doesn’t hit. You can really draw down your BR that way. The way I dealt with \$10 ceiling was to either start backing it down \$1 every spin or just to bring it down to \$1 after it hits \$10. That kind of ruins the promise of this system, because hitting the higher # is where the profits lie.
The zeroes are the other killer. I just keep a chip there all the time. That’s just like paying the vig to play the game. I don’t believe it makes any difference in your outcome.
In the 20 minutes I played today I caught 3 zeroes
I will be trying this one some more. I might start backing off 1 unit once I reach 8 until it gets down to 4 and then let it work back up again.

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#### Better

##### Re: The Double Street Ladder
« Reply #13 on: March 20, 2018, 05:30:45 AM »
When the roulette is a French roulette with la Partage , you must place the units as much as possible on LOW or HIGH.

Can you explain further why?