Thanks for the input. I agree, a lot more testing is required.

Just to clarity; Only bet on two of the dozens at any given time. If you are betting on doz 1 and 2 then you only bet on a new dozen when you have played three spins on the first dozen you started betting on. If you look at the example I included you will note that I refer to the dozens as A, B, and C (1, 2, and 3). Follow the example and in this 37 spin sample you will notice one loss only. The numbers below the T(trigger) indicate the spin number and not chip quantity.

For the last period I have been exploring ways to identify a target area based on trends where I only play a few selected numbers of the target area and not the whole area. Playing the full dozen (target area) is the most simple approach to take but fewer number in the target area requires a bit more understanding of trends.

There are many ways to use this concept to create a good working method that is profitable on a regular basis.