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##### Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: NEW SYSTEM WITH 6 NUMBERS

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**Today**at 01:26:08 PMI used 1-6 to make it easier for the picture example. But it doesn't have to be those numbers.

In real life it could be any 6 numbers you choose. Like 4-12-17-23-29-35.

If after playing the 6 numbers there is no hit, then you must have another list of 6 different numbers,

which you can play in the same roulette or another table. (after those 6 numbers don't come up in 6 spins).

The idea is to constantly come up with 6 different numbers, randomly chosen, so you can match the random spinning nature of roulette.

You may have the same 6 numbers all the time (in one DS for cheaper bets), and keep changing tables. You just make sure that those 6 numbers you will play haven't come up in the last 6 spins at every table.

It is highly unlikely that each table will have the same DS missing for 12 spins.

But I haven't tested this way.

I come up with a new set of 6 numbers after a win or a loss of the 6 previous spins played.

In real life it could be any 6 numbers you choose. Like 4-12-17-23-29-35.

If after playing the 6 numbers there is no hit, then you must have another list of 6 different numbers,

which you can play in the same roulette or another table. (after those 6 numbers don't come up in 6 spins).

The idea is to constantly come up with 6 different numbers, randomly chosen, so you can match the random spinning nature of roulette.

You may have the same 6 numbers all the time (in one DS for cheaper bets), and keep changing tables. You just make sure that those 6 numbers you will play haven't come up in the last 6 spins at every table.

It is highly unlikely that each table will have the same DS missing for 12 spins.

But I haven't tested this way.

I come up with a new set of 6 numbers after a win or a loss of the 6 previous spins played.