### Author Topic: Bet Two Dozens To Win One More Time  (Read 333 times)

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#### Argus

##### Bet Two Dozens To Win One More Time
« on: November 05, 2018, 03:13:09 AM »
Ni apologize if you have read and tried this before, but I have never seen it and to my knowledge I thought of it. Admittedly I have no extensive testing, but did test it out on several hundred spins i  have recorded at home and played for 1 hour in the casino. In both cases I never lost once. Two separate bets can constitute a win, but mostly got it right the first time.  In the hour I played in the casino I had 20 opportunities for a bet and won them all with 1 or 2 bets. A win = 1 unit. It’s a grind.

[/size]Check the last 5 spins and if at any time one of the dozens has hit 3 of those times bet on both of the other two dozens. Bet 1 unit on each of those two dozens. If that fails because the same dozen hit again or the ball landed on the zero, bet the same two dozen again. This time bet 3 units on each dozen. It’s my recommendation to stop there if once again you lose for any reason. It would cost 9 units on each dozen to try a third time. It would take all day to recover the money. It would take 27 units on each dozen to try a fourth time. I don’t think you would lose, but we all know, anything is possible.

[/size]Example last 5 spins:
[/size]( 27, 3, 15, 36, 31)  Third dozen hit 3 times, bet one unit each on first and second dozen.

#### rimsky

##### Re: Bet Two Dozens To Win One More Time
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2018, 10:11:06 AM »
Give it up.
Martingale on two dozens is going to kill you.
I've been playing this kind of systems in the past with any possible trigger, but eventually you ALWAYS lose and lose BIG. Even if you play Labby instead of Martingale. The point is that ratio between how much you can win and how much you can lose is a non sense. These systems kill players. Better avoid and forget about them.
My two cents.

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#### MickyP

##### Re: Bet Two Dozens To Win One More Time
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2018, 10:27:58 AM »
I agree Rimsky; just too many numbers,

The more numbers in the bet selection the steeper the progression becomes; even 12 numbers at 2:1 odds is too many numbers. On paper or playing with fake money it looks good and you lead yourself into believing that it will work in the casino. Many players fold in the early stages because their focus is on the dwindling pile of chips in front of them. Each pile is 20 chips and the majority of players have 3-5 piles to play with at any given time. 20 chips is nothing if you are playing a progression, any progression. The reality of the game is the true test of your approach,

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