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Jake007

Single Scoop Double Dip
« on: April 25, 2019, 03:29:01 PM »
Simple system. No brain needed. Ive had some success (luck!) playing this for fun. The basis of this system I call "single scoop (one number), double dip (betting it twice)" is all about chasing the last number hit. Often I will see a number hit twice in a row. Id love to know the odds of that. Its just something Im doing for fun right now, not fully developed but Im sure it could be made better. So here it is...

$1 bet (1u) on the last number that hit. If you dont win then immediately bet the next number hit. Until you hit twice in a row and win.

A simple progression...

1u bets on the first 10 numbers
2u bets on the next 10
3u bets on next 10
4u bets on next 10

progression levels would look like this if written another way...

1111111111
2222222222
3333333333
4444444444
5555555555
6666666666
7777777777
8888888888
9999999999

...and so on. SIMPLE.

The longest Ive recorded so far is 104 bets before hitting the same number twice in a row. I started with 10,000 bankroll but maybe less is needed. Again, not really developed yet :) I originally started this with a martingale progression but you could never really go 100x or more. I could do a more conservative progression such as 111111111111111111111111111122222222222222222333333344444555666,etc but I was looking for something simple enough I could easily remember so 10x for each unit and then move down to the next level.

Heres an example of play...

12 = 1u
18 = 1u
36 = 1u
11 = 1u
4 = 1u
21 = 1u
28 = 1u
4 = 1u
17 = 1u
1 = 1u
32 = 2u
0 = 2u
18 = 2u
11 = 2u
16 = 2u
16 =2u WIN!

Again... needs lots of work. Progression? Bankroll? Maybe its already a bad system if theres data of two numbers hitting twice in a row can go 500 spins. Unfortunately I dont know that info. But I see all too often numbers hitting twice in a row so why not trying playing it somehow :)
 

Third

Re: Single Scoop Double Dip
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2019, 03:35:37 PM »
Right, we get worse statistics when we constantly change our selection to the last number.  One thing I have thought about was playing numbers that wake up after having gone missing for 37+ spins; it seems like they hit back to back more frequently but I suspect its no different, really.
 
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Jake007

Re: Single Scoop Double Dip
« Reply #2 on: April 25, 2019, 03:51:49 PM »
My main set up with this is so I dont have to monitor numbers, groups, anything. Just sit back and play. Admittedly its a lazy system but it pretty exciting when hitting for a win. Im only playing with 1000u bankroll and can handle 100 or more misses in a row but havent really given this system a massive "workout" to find the kinks or to reach failure yet.
 

Third

Re: Single Scoop Double Dip
« Reply #3 on: April 25, 2019, 04:10:03 PM »
Ya you will need to make it 35 spins before raising but that isn't going to save you unless you make some kind of high-powered recovery system.
 

Jake007

Re: Single Scoop Double Dip
« Reply #4 on: April 25, 2019, 04:52:15 PM »
Yea, majority of the time I will go 30-60 spins before hitting a number twice. Payout is pretty nice though with a simple progression of ten 1u bets, then ten 2u bets, then ten 3u bets, and so on. Even into the 6u bet phase bankroll drop isnt too drastic. It *feels* safe... but that doesnt mean it is :)

I am curious what the data is of how often a number gets hit twice in a row.
« Last Edit: April 25, 2019, 04:54:49 PM by Jake007 »
 

Jake007

Re: Single Scoop Double Dip
« Reply #5 on: April 25, 2019, 06:09:45 PM »
okay so I went 146 times  :o 8)  before hitting the same number again. I was at 1400 when I started, before I hit I grinded down to around 400 and winning 490 puts me up to 890 or so. After about 100 spins there would need to be a bigger progression.  :o :o :o
 
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