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The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« on: December 16, 2018, 10:06:21 PM »
You will be starting with a $800.00 dollar bankroll. When you first walk in the casino look for a European style single zero table. Very important never play on a double zero table. When you get to the table ask for $800 dollars in $25 dollar chips. Phase one we will be starting with a modified Kavouras bet. We will start by making a  $200.00 dollar wager. We will be covering 17 out of 37 numbers .One chip  goes on the zero. If the zero hits you win $700.00 dollars! We will Also be betting on ten split number bets .( 8,11,13,14,15,18,17,20,27,30) If any of these numbers hit you win $250.00 . We will also place 2 chips ($50.00) on the double street of (31-36)[/font]
If the double street bet (31-36) hits you win $100.00 When you get to the table ask for $800 dollars in $25 dollar chips. Phase one we will be starting with a modified Kavouras bet. We will start by making a  $200.00 dollar wager. We will be covering 17 out of 37 numbers .One chip  goes on the zero. If the zero hits you win $700.00 dollars! We will Also be betting on ten split number bets .( 8,11,13,14,15,18,17,20,27,30) If any of these numbers hit you win $250.00 . We will also place 2 chips ($50.00) on the double street of (31-36)[/font]
If the double street bet (31-36) hits you win $100.00[/font]

If one of these 17 numbers ( 4,5,6,7,9,10,12,16,19,21,22,23,24,25,26,28 and 29) you lose $200.00[/font]
Now our Target is to win at least $400.00 dollars. You will continue to make the $200.00 Kavouras 17 cover the zero bet until you win at least $200.00 dollars.  Now we move to Phase  2 Once you have a profit of $200.00 you will make what's called the 2 dozen bet. You will put 4 chips on each of the last 2 dozens that have hit. This will be a $200.00 risk to win $100.00. You will be covering 24 out of the 37 numbers on the wheel. The dozen your not betting on plus the zero will be the 13 losing numbers. Again your betting 2 out of the 3 dozens which pay 2 to 1.[/font]



If you lose this bet you will go back to the Kavouras 17 cover the zero bet and try to get back to plus $200.00. if you win you will make $100.00 profit and your bankroll will now be $300.00 or more. [/font]
Now we will proceed to Phase 3. Now we will make a Color Column combination bet. This will be a $500.00 dollar investment. But remember at this point you are playing with $300.00 of house money so your really only risking $200.00 or less from your original bankroll. You will put $300.00 on either Red or Black and $200.00 on the middle or third column. Now this is very important Red goes with the middle column and Black combos with the 3rd column Do not mess that up! You will put $300.00 on the color and $200.00 on the column bet. You will be covering 26 out of 37 numbers. If any Number hits with the color you bet you win $100.00 dollars. If the wrong color hits but the number that comes out is located in the column you picked you win $100.00 dollars. There will be what I call 4 Bingo numbers because 4 numbers will be double covered. If any of those 4 numbers hit your profit for that one single spin will be a win for $700.00 dollars which will send you out of the casino with a profit of at least $1000.00 [/font]



That is my basic strategy. I do have one more little twist . There is a bet called the Romanousky  bet which covers 32 out of 37 numbers. Which if you do math is 86% of the board. You have a very high chance of winning this bet because there are only 5 numbers that make you lose. The zero plus the 4 numbers your not covering. Basically your gonna bet 2 out of the 3 dozens and your gonna bet 2 Quad bets inside of the dozen we are not covering. The Romanousky bet will be a $200.00 bet to win $25.00. You put $75 on each of the two dozens and $25 on each quad bet. [/font]



So this is what you call a cover the table type of bet. It gives you a very high chance of winning but the payout is not so great because your risking $200.00 just to win $25.00 . I use this when I want to win a quick $25.00 to get me to either the next  betting Phase if say my bankroll is $975.00 or $1075.00. And sometimes if it’s been a struggle and I lost my color column bet earlier and I battle back to a bankroll of $1175.00 I might do this bet to get my bankroll to $1200.00 and walk out of the casino with my $400.00 dollar target amount . Another little twist I have recently added is another bet called the 5 Quad Bet. It’s basically betting 5 Quads each quad gets a $25.00 chip for a total risk of $125.00. if you win you will make a $100.00 profit. This bet covers 20 out of 37 numbers on the Roulette wheel. I like to use this bet when my bankroll is below $325.00[/font]



After a couple of wins I will go back to the Kavouras 17 cover the zero bet until I hit my $200.00 profit to get me to my second Phrase bet.[/font]



◦   Now if I had lost a Phase 3 color column combination bet and had battled back to now be up $300 dollars with a bankroll of $1100 or $1125 or even $1150 I'll usually be a little conservative and not play the color column combination bet again. Instead I will make what's called the Cuban Bet. Basically I put $300 down on 1-18 and $200 down on the 3rd dozen. You can also bet the opposite way (19-36) and the first dozen.You will be covering 30 out of 37 numbers. The losing numbers Will be 19-24 plus the 0. So 7 numbers make you lose $500.00. The other 30 numbers will make you a $100.00 profit. You will have a 80% chance of winning this bet.





Another interesting bet I'm looking at now is called The Neighbors of Zero Bet. It's kinda like the Kav 17 cover the zero bet because this bet also covers 17 numbers. One extra chip or unit is needed so it's 9 chips instead of 8 like in the Kav 17 cover the zero bet. So it's $225 instead of $200. There is 5 split bets 1 Quad bet and 1 trio bet. This bet is what you call a section of the wheel bet. Like the name suggests it covers the 17 numbers closest to the zero. The chips are placed on the table like this 2 $25 dollar chips on the 0,2,3 trio bet which pays 11-1. If any of those numbers hit you will win $375!  Then 5 split bets (4/7 12/15 18/21 19/22 32/35) if any of these numbers hit you win $225. The split bets pay 17-1. The final bet is a Quad bet of 25,26,28,29 if one of these numbers hit you win $225. A Quad bet pays 8-1.[/font]
 
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Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2018, 10:14:05 PM »
Great post!  Do you do anything special on your next visit if you exhaust your bankroll on the last visit?
 
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mr j

Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2018, 10:18:01 PM »
"We will be covering 17 out of 37 numbers" >> Too many numbers, it won't win.

Ken
 

Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2018, 11:19:18 PM »
Well no I don’t change anything at my next session. I don’t chase lost money. No progressions. I just change my betting style a lot. Different bets with different odds and payouts. This seems to be working long term so far 🤞.
 
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Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #4 on: December 16, 2018, 11:23:34 PM »
It reminds me of the strategy in this thread called ".44 Magnum".
 
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Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #5 on: December 16, 2018, 11:28:14 PM »
Yes I'll have to check out the .44 Magnum
 

Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #6 on: December 16, 2018, 11:53:29 PM »
Yes I just read the 44 Magnum strategy post. His is kinda like mine.
 

Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #7 on: December 16, 2018, 11:59:49 PM »
"We will be covering 17 out of 37 numbers" >> Too many numbers, it won't win.

Ken.  Well I don't use this much coverage that often. I agree that too much coverage costs too much when you lose. I'm usually covering only 17 numbers on most of my bets.

 

Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #8 on: December 17, 2018, 12:07:45 AM »
Wait I just reread what you wrote and what I wrote lol. I thought you were saying 30 out of 37 was too much coverage. You think playing 17 numbers is too much?
 
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mr j

Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #9 on: December 17, 2018, 12:16:33 AM »
ROFL......ummm, yes
 

Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #10 on: December 17, 2018, 12:40:13 AM »
One thing about the way I play roulette is I have to play with $25.00 chips because I want to get to my win target fast. I'm not there to have fun. If I can walk in and place one single bet and win on a zero which gives me  a $700.00 profit I'm out the door and back in my car to drive home about 5 minutes after.
 

mr j

Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #11 on: December 17, 2018, 01:04:01 AM »
"ALL* of your short sessions equals ONE long continuous session. Hit-n-run is for rookies, sorry.
Hit-n-run is meaningless, makes no difference.
 

scepticus

Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #12 on: December 17, 2018, 01:08:46 AM »
Hit and Run is not meaningless  Ken .   Even mathematicians  support the idea  .   A profit is a profit despite you thinking it is't .
 
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mr j

Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #13 on: December 17, 2018, 01:26:14 AM »
Wrong, hit-n-run makes zero difference. I'm right & you are incorrect, again.
 

scepticus

Re: The Jersey Shore Roulette Strategy
« Reply #14 on: December 17, 2018, 01:31:13 AM »
Saying so doesn't make it so Ken .  What are your reasons for your arrogant view ?
 
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