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One unit bet for 144 spins
« on: July 14, 2019, 02:55:27 PM »

This is a very fun method, it do not cost more than one unit a spin,
and we can sometimes get very good return.

It can be played in diffrent way, I will explain how I do it.

We try to get a winning in 144 spins.

In may way, We start with a sixline, we can keep the same or if we
have a betselection, we can move it around.

We bet until a win or 36 times on the sixline. If we hit we parlay it.
A double hit is a win.

If not doing a double sixline, we bet an unit on a corner, If we hit we parlay.
We bet until a parlay hit, or 36 spins.

If not at winning, we change to a street, we try 36 times, and parlay.

The last attempt is on a split, 36 times and parlay.

We could extend it to single, I do not use to do that.

We risk an unit a spin 36 x 4 units. We can lose this 144 units, but
also sometimes the winning is high, as we change to corner and get and early parlay.

Double hit on a street is about the probability of over 60% in 36 spins ( lazy to count, it is hot ).

Sometimes the winning is not enough, i.e at the  end of the levels, but we are sure the loss is 1 unit a spin
if we fail.


Re: One unit bet for 144 spins
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2019, 03:07:26 PM »
The chance of 1 hit on a street in 36 spins is .9523^2=.9069?

Oh, so the parlay can only go for the remaining spins until we hit 36?


Re: One unit bet for 144 spins
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2019, 03:41:42 PM »
Things depends of view of the game, they who think they can read trends, may bet virtual until the sixline hits, and then put six units the next spin. It is many ways.  We can continue with sixlines and make two bets or even just one, hoping for better hitrate, or despite we play zero or one the next 36 spins parlay 12 units.  There are many views of the game.   Many casinos have high units on outside, and play as I show here you can sit down buy colorchips and play two hours if you lose, but if you are lucky it may take two spins.
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