There is no "exactly" progression, there are hundreds to chose, but carry a main idea behind it.

Most of the traditions and thinking of roulette is methods

from the casinos which were operated by a lot of

personnel, and things were manual done. That was

making many kinds of play virtual impossible

or limited.

With the arrival of on line games and some

automatic versions of roulette, the stakes are

lower, the speed faster, and sometimes better

pay out.

Most of the mindset is still towards traditional

casinos, there the bet plans will be limited.

In fact most of the used systems and methods

are invented by players in Monte Carlo or France more

than 100 years ago. They are recycled and

recycled.

There will not be time and the spread will make

things difficult. The dealers will be mad if a

team stake on all numbers, with different bets sizes.

The 486 sleeper was possible to handle, but not

without conditions, the balance between "good"

and "bad" numbers may not be extreme in favour of

the "bad". The target number can delay long and

end with a profit, if normally one number we want

to avoid not is the most frequent.

When playing we should get the best table we can get.

That is low minimum stakes, and pay out which is

with the lowest possible house edge.

The ways we can play are endless. The main thing

is to chose a number (or numbers) we want to hit and end the

session with. We must also chose a number (or numbers) which we

must hope not is the hottest, only this chose is

the matter of success or not, not so much how

long it takes to hit the number we end the session

with a win with. We will hit, if we can feed

the target number until we win.

I have been showing a number of ways in my postings

how that can be archived. And it can be done in

many more ways.

We bet most of the numbers (or all), and receive a small win

on many numbers on the beginning of the play. One or sometimes a few

numbers gives a loss, and we move a chip (or chips)

to the target number, compensating the drawdown.

How long we last, meaning how many spins can we stand

until we hit with a win, depends on most

our small winning numbers hit and keep the drawdown

smaller, until we come out as winning.

We can be unlucky and fail of course. In most cases

the drawdown is less than traditional progressions,

especially if it takes time to hit the target number.

In the pictures I show a play I did half an hour ago (before posting).

It is on an American wheel paying 38 on a single.

All the numbers are in play. If we hit a number (see pic)

which is not in the last street, we win 8 units (0,05).

If we hit the last street we lose, and at one number

very much. We compensate the target number, with the amount

needed to recover the loss. We do it by taking a bit

of the bets from the other numbers and add to the target.

We even out the reductions.

After some time with no hit on the target, we may lose some at

every spin, and the compensation to the target will be higher.

Never the less we need just one hit to win.

The bet size is not changed.