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my dozen/column combination system
« on: March 31, 2017, 02:40:41 PM »
Inspired from the single dozen system, I created my own strategy, the funtomas dozen/column system.  ;)

It is a combination of dozens and columns.

Look at the last three spins. If a dozen or column appears more than once, bet one unit on it. Write down
what you are betting e.g. : D2 1 (dozen two - one unit)

If no hit increase the units, prog 1-2-3-4-5. AND look for another trigger
on columns or an other dozen. Then start on that with one unit.
You now write e.g. : D2 2  C1 1

Maybe no hit once again, but trigger for D1.
than write and bet: D1 1  D2 3 C1 2

And so on.

So you always have in sight how many units you have yet lost.

If you hit now on D1 you can scratch three units from your list. Always scratch the highest,
it remains D1 1 and C1 2.

Wait for new trigger now. If you have trigger for D1 now, bet with the next level on D1
which is  2 units and write D1 2 C1 2 - but only bet on D1 first. Always start with one dozen or one column.

After a hit always scratch the won units and always start new with looking for a trigger, dont
just keep repeating last bets.

So, there are only two rules:

After no hit, keep betting while increasing units to next level AND start
betting another dozen or column with level one if there is a trigger.

After hit scratch highest units on your list and start betting new
if you have a new trigger. Start with the next level of units as you can see on your list (the not scratched units +1)
If you could scratch all previous bets, your are
even or in new higher bankroll.

Demo Session:

real numbers from Wiesbaden 30.03.2017 Table one

28
6
15    Trigger Col 3 - bet one unit on C3
    write : C3 1
    bankroll -1
22    no hit - but new trigger for Dozen 2
    write and bet : D2 1  C3 2
    bankroll -4
24    hit on C3 and D2
    bankroll +6
    I would immediately start new with one unit on D2
13    hit
    bankroll +8 - again one unit on D2
    bankroll +7
35    no hit and no additional trigger
    (Dozen 3 not more than one time the last three spins)
    (Column 2 not more than one time the last three spins)
    write and bet: D2 2
    bankroll +5
5    no hit, but additional trigger on C2
    write and bet: D2 3  C2 1
    bankroll: +1
34    no hit, additional trigger on D3
    write and bet: D2 4  D3 1  C2 2
    bankroll: -6
21    hit on D2
    bankroll +6
    remember : after every hit scratch units on your list
    you had: D2 1 2 3 4
              D3 1
            C2 1 2
    you can scatch 12 units - always scratch the highest
    so it remains: D3 1 C2 1
    no trigger at the moment
17    trigger for D2
    bet one on D2 and your list looks so: D2 1 D3 1 C2 1
    bankroll +5
20    hit on D2
    you can scratch all units on your list - back on 8 units bankroll again
    you can now bet on D2 or on C2 - I prefer starting on dozens, but its your decision
    bankroll 7
8    no hit - trigger for C2
    D2 2  C2 1
    bankroll 4
20    big hit - plus 9 units
    new bankroll +13

and so on

Good luck.

   

 
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Reyth

Re: my dozen/column combination system
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2017, 03:27:46 PM »
Dang I would love to try this on "if 2 unique DZ/CL have appeared in the last 3 spins, bet the missing DZ/CL". 

I like how you have multiple selections going on at the same time.  This reminds me of the Labby for 2 DZ; have you seen that?
 

Re: my dozen/column combination system
« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2017, 03:37:02 PM »
.. bet the missing DZ/CL". 

Interesting. Haven't tried that.
 

Reyth

Re: my dozen/column combination system
« Reply #3 on: March 31, 2017, 03:54:08 PM »
Ya, I like it because:

1) Harry/Pales have introduced a "new" statistical twist where they are requiring 2 unique DZ/CL to appear
2) The farther back a DZ/CL is, the greater chance it has to hit and it is guaranteed to be at least the 4th spin back.
 
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Re: my dozen/column combination system
« Reply #4 on: March 31, 2017, 04:17:28 PM »
This afternoon I had a difficult session, the units were getting higher and higher because the hits came on the "wrong" bets - the bets with low units.

So this helped me:

e.g. You have eight loss units
D1 1
D2  6
D3 1

I don't wont to bet 7 units wenn next trigger is D2.

So you split the 8 units somehow and write down:
D1 2
D2 2
D3 2
C1 2
C2 0
C3 0
So your next betting unit is not so high. It is more safe option.
 

Reyth

Re: my dozen/column combination system
« Reply #5 on: March 31, 2017, 04:47:34 PM »
Nice!  Yes, Harry has described a method like this where he "shares" the debt load with different EC's. :D
 

Rinad

Re: my dozen/column combination system
« Reply #6 on: March 31, 2017, 05:06:10 PM »


 Funtomas

this is a very good system. I have played something very similar to yours. I like your money management.
it keeps your losses under control.
how much have you tested this system ?
Regards
Rinad
 
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Re: my dozen/column combination system
« Reply #7 on: March 31, 2017, 07:47:25 PM »
Rinad, I played this for a few weeks now online every day and in real casino.

I'm not a friend of testing thousands and thousands of spins. In the long run every system will fail, sometimes you will get numbers that will kill every system. You have always be carefull of your money and stop if it is a really bad day. So testing thousand or millions of spins is useless for me.
I'm glad if it works for a manageable time - and so it does. Sometimes the hits come quickly on after another and I stop only when things go bad. Sometimes its hard to win one unit, and i stop when this is done. But never failed so far, cause when splitting to high bets, my money was always enough for the session.
 
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Rinad

Re: my dozen/column combination system
« Reply #8 on: March 31, 2017, 09:05:29 PM »


      Fantomas, I could not agreed more that millions of spins dont matter, so i was just asking to know if you had a few hundreds of spins under your belt, and it looks like you did play lots of sessions.

I dont agreed that "at the end all systems fail", however i anderstand why 90 % of players think so.
STOPPING POINTS CREATE MORE WINS. i know i will probably get stoned for saying that but nothing beats reality.

so I am glad you are doing fine and dont let anyone tell you that your system will eventualy fail because it just be a winner if you manage you BR properly and use self control.

God bless,
Rinad
 
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Re: my dozen/column combination system
« Reply #9 on: March 31, 2017, 09:46:46 PM »
   
STOPPING POINTS CREATE MORE WINS.



Gosh, it certainly seems like it!  Successive rare losing sessions seem much more rare than rare losing sessions...  :o   Errrm, or something like that...  :-[

Well at least we don't have to continue a session that is producing results that are very far outside of expectation.  :-\
« Last Edit: March 31, 2017, 09:50:05 PM by Reyth »
 
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Rinad

Re: my dozen/column combination system
« Reply #10 on: March 31, 2017, 10:02:31 PM »


  love your videos my friend. these stones are pretty BIGGGG. EASY ON ME.

R.
 
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Re: my dozen/column combination system
« Reply #11 on: April 01, 2017, 07:51:41 AM »
Rinad, thank you. It tried this first only with the dozens. But that doesn't work well - the bets raised to much. But in combination with the columns its really fine.

Have a nice weekend.