Dr Talos with all due respect I'd like to share my opinion regarding the clues given over many posts and months.

I believe that the "working skeleton" of your system is the recovery plan, if so then the 1 win per 60 numbers bet ratio is the "skull of the skeleton".

You've repeatedly played down the importance of selection, but I've reasons to believe that it's more important for YOU than what you want us to believe.

In order to prove that your claims intentionally played down the importance I'm going to give everyone a few things to think about.

If we consider bet selections ONLY as quantities then we HAVE TO embrace the House Edge AND the extreme deviations.

The ratio 1/60 is not sufficient to cover the worst of the situations, betting for example 5 times a dozen is 60 numbers.

Therefore you are looking for a dozen to win every 5 bets, please don't avoid my point by saying:"I'm not betting only a dozen", the point is that on average you are expecting 1 win per 60 numbers bet, thus the 1 win per 5 bets for a dozen or 1 win per 10 bets for a line (DS).

So if there are only 11 hits for a dozen the first 100 bets, then 26 more hits for that dozen during the second 100 I don't see how your recovery ratio could collaborate with such bad outcomes!

All it takes is a bad start and then a continuation which the results remain below your expected ratio for more than 200 bets, do you think what am saying is impossible?

It's strange that since you are winning for years never happened to you such incident!

A number could be absent for 666 successive spins, taking this as a base then we can find the virtual limits for other selections (when are being considered ONLY as quantities).

1 number missing 666 consecutive spins (any one)

666/2= 333 spins for 2 numbers (any two)

666/3= 222 spins for 3 numbers (any three)

666/4= 166 spins for 3 numbers (any four)

**666/6= 111 spins for 6 numbers (any six)****666/12=55 spins for 12 numbers (any twelve)**666/18=37 spins for 18 numbers (any eighteen)

This is not just a theory, I've confirmed it by running my entire database of

**16.6 millions of results**, I've found

**678 spins for number** 22 to be the longest missing number.

Thus when you are claiming that you disregard selection and the recovery alone with the 1 win per 60 numbers are what makes your system a long term winner, then something doesn't fit in the picture...

In other words your 1/60 is a boat which hopes for not tornadoes of variance to wipe it away, I'm just wondering how on earth you've not encounter at least one such situation in years!

In a way everything is a trade between time and money, the same for roulette, the more aggressive/steep a progression is the sooner it reaches net profit, the milder is a recovery plan the LONGER it'd take to reach a profit.

In theory even flat bets can get ahead after a LONG stretch of losing, it's a compromisation of time to money, some fellas prefer one over the other, personally speaking it should be biased slightly towards time in order to stay within reasonable betting limits, of course not too mild otherwise we'd spend many hours in order to gain a few units.

1 of the following has to be the explanation with your case:

1) It has never happened to you - VERY hard to believe when we are talking about YEARS of betting!

2) You are hiding something and that has to be regarding the SELECTION.

This is what I believe to be the case.

Like others I've read your posts, there is ABSOLUTELY NO WAY to pick ANYTHING and make it WIN WITH 1/60 NUMBERS RATIO!

At least you would exceed the 200 spins to make a single coup, by the way 1 coup is NOT 1 game/session Dr Talos!

A session contains many coups, a coup is the winning bet which resolves a series of losing ones.

About your selection, you've mentioned "Monty Pythons", "there are 3 boxes and 1 is revealed so now remaining 2..."

This has to be the Law Of the Thirds, specifically roughly 1/3 of the roulette numbers are 12 so by knowing the average distribution:

12 sleepers, 12 repeaters, 12 average you see the last 12 (1 box is revealed), there are 24 more numbers (2 more boxes) from which half of them will not hit.

It makes sense to bet the 12 last numbers (keep the box) rather bet some other 12, if we'd bet 12 not shown that far we could get 0 wins on the remaining 24 bets, it's extreme but we could pick all the sleeping 12 numbers.

On the other hand, there would be 12 repeats, there could be also from numbers which have not hit yet, but the numbers which have already hit/shown are closer to the 2+ hits than those which are still 0 hits within the same 24 spins.

So there you are your dozen, expecting 1 win per 5 spins bet would average approximately 5 expected wins within 25 remaining spins, that's a very realistic expectation to bet for 5 instead of 12 repeats/wins.

It would conclude profitably most of the time within the 37/38 spins cycle, your first 12 bets are all outside and that serves also as the charting of the 12 last spins and/or numbers.

In case you'd not win within the cycle then you activate what you call the 3rd level by sticking with those same 12 numbers.