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Last 24 numbers
« on: February 07, 2019, 12:49:27 AM »
This has shown consistent incremental increases in bankroll as the spins go on, in every set of live wheel data I've looked at so far. It's up to you when to stop, it could be up 60 or 120 units.

Works like this: you wait to get 24 unique numbers from the wheel. You then wait for a virtual win just in case it's not spitting out repeaters yet. Then you  bet the last 24 numbers to have hit, 1 unit per number. Remember to cross off the furthest back if a new one hits.

You go down 24 units on a loss and  up 12 on a win. After a loss you wait for the next virtual win before playing again. It's always flat betting.

Ive found you get some fluctuation for a while and can go down quite a long way, but it always recovers. There always seems to come a lovely run of 8-12 spins that all win. The most I've seen it go down so far is 120 units (5 losses from your starting point) but it recovered incredibly quickly. Usually I don't see it go down by more than 60 or occasionally 84 units. I suggest a bankroll of 192 units to begin with.

It can fail of course like anything but I think it wins big most of the time. If you stick with it you can easily get into the 84-120 unit profit range. So even if you suffer the odd freak session and lose your 192 units, over time this should win more than it loses as long as you stop at a sensible point. 2 sessions can recover a lost one. I've run about 15 so far and all reached a nice healthy profit at which point I'd have stopped.

Typical session is 40-80 spins after you get your 24 numbers. Evolution wheels have all the historical data to get started quickly and if you play the live from b&m casino wheels you have enough time to place the units and keep track. Obviously this method is no good on the 20 second betting time wheels.

Thoughts on this please?
« Last Edit: February 07, 2019, 12:51:08 AM by sam41 »
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Re: Last 24 numbers
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2019, 07:17:59 PM »
Sam, how are you, good to see you back and still playing well.  :)

I don't want you to think none of us are interested in this thread due to lack of response. Will test what you've suggested when I get some free time next week and report back. 

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Re: Last 24 numbers
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2019, 07:39:19 PM »

"Works like this: you wait to get 24 unique numbers from the wheel. You then wait for a virtual win just in case it's not spitting out repeaters yet. Then you  bet the last 24 numbers to have hit" >> Anyone starting at any point would win using something that doesn't lose.


Re: Last 24 numbers
« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2019, 11:49:10 AM »
Sam41, your approach is simple and in flat betting, it's a great start. Your attack after a signal (repetition) is wise. Waiting for 24 spins without repetition is a fairly frequent gap, since you say you have to wait between 40 and 80 spins. There isn’t, in my opinion, a strong enough tension. But you see that there is a fairly rapid return of repetition. There is an effect that comes from the large number of numbers you play. The bad scenario will be a session where it does not work and you will lose a lot in one sequence. Your method therefore uses a beneficial effect by covering the table. It would be interesting to reduce your numbers, or reduce the number of your bets, but I have no idea, the field is vast. For example, during your first 40 spins, you note the positions of the repetitions (perhaps by a cycle of 24 spins ?). This will give you a second form of gap. I leave you with your imagination!


Re: Last 24 numbers
« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2019, 11:30:28 PM »
I think you misunderstood Stratege. I'm saying wait for 24 numbers - several may repeat before you have the 24th but that's ok. Gosh if you waited for 24 straight uniques you would never play! The 40-80 spins is how long it usually takes to get 60-120 units up, after your first bet. Obviously it is around 36 spins to get the 24 numbers but you can trace back on the marquee to get started.

The reason to wait for a repeat and to wait for a repeat after each loss is to avoid a long sequence of new numbers, though I have seen sequences that alternate and thus you get a few losses in a row anyway. However that was rare whereas I often see a new number not bet on to be followed by another new one, or one so far back you have crossed it off and not bet it. You could probably play every spin and still profit but I like the idea of waiting to avoid that run of 2, 3, 4 new numbers being spit out.


Re: Last 24 numbers
« Reply #5 on: February 11, 2019, 12:54:29 AM »
One reason I think this works well over a fairly short distance is because of the 13 numbers you're not covering, there should be between 2 and 4 of these which won't hit at all in the time you are playing. Say after 36 spins you begin to bet and it's 60 spins before you are up enough and stop. In 96 spins it's likely 2 or 3 numbers haven't shown at all and you haven't bet on them, so that gives you an edge. Won't always be the case of course but will be quite often, and sometimes it'll be 4 or 5 numbers that don't hit. You only have to play Supercasino to see that, as they tell you which 5 numbers haven't hit for the longest time and how many spins it's been. It's very common to see 2 or 3 numbers go over 100 spins without a hit.