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#### Rourke

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #15 on: April 13, 2016, 05:13:11 PM »
Let us know when you've found the sweet spot, Jake ;-)

#### Jake007

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #16 on: April 13, 2016, 05:32:53 PM »
Let us know when you've found the sweet spot, Jake ;-)

If only you were female.

#### Jake007

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #17 on: April 13, 2016, 06:46:57 PM »
Ive just done 200+ spins and see a lot of patterns forming. If its still not clear, here is my box grid...

For now, 80% of the boxes will hit/appear again within 13 times. 50% of the time a box will hit again within 6 times and 25% of the time a box will hit within two times.

Still crunching my data.

#### kav

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #18 on: April 13, 2016, 06:51:16 PM »
Ok, I understand the magic of betting a combination of dozens and columns. And I definitely understand the appeal of a 3x3 betting grid.

Now please let me be practical and tell you that basically you are betting in groups of 4 numbers. Whatever system you developed could also be used with corner bets (4 numbers). And while most of you love dozen bets, I prefer corner bets. One big difference however is that corner bets overlap and there are 12 corner bets that cover the whole table instead of only 9 bets. But corner bets are so much easier to play.

So my question is:
Would there be any difference if instead of tracking the most hot or cold dozen/column combination you tracked the most hot or cold corner bets?

#### Jake007

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #19 on: April 13, 2016, 06:59:52 PM »
So my question is:
Would there be any difference if instead of tracking the most hot or cold dozen/column combination you tracked the most hot or cold corner bets?

Kav, I see your point. Tracking corners is definitely a lot easier

#### kav

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #20 on: April 13, 2016, 07:22:00 PM »
Kav, I see your point. Tracking corners is definitely a lot easier

Your nice grid makes very easy to track dozens/columns too. And corners overlap, which can be confusing. I think the main advantage is that corners are easier to bet with just one unit.

#### palestis

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #21 on: April 13, 2016, 07:57:30 PM »
Jake,

If I understand you correctly, the thing here is that you have discovered an interesting way to track and past results but you are not so sure how to interpret and take advantage of this tracking method. Am I reading you correctly?

The bottom line is I normally bet on just dozens. My plan is to combine both the dozens and columns bet. Instead of betting on 12 numbers, I will be looking for the sweet spot of just 4 numbers.
I did a sample test on columns the same way I did on dozens. (Circle four numbers indicating a missing column), and bet 3 spins after that.
There were 16 triggers out of which 12 won and 4 lost. In addition there were 2 consecutive losses.
It didn't perform as well as the several dozen tests I did, but it could be just a coincidence. Therefore I cannot draw definite conclusions. The bottom line is that just as in the dozens, there were far more wins than losses. And as long as you don't get too many consecutive losses, a healthy B/R can overcome a loss by betting higher chips in the next trigger. A good size B/R should be able to overcome 2 or 3 consecutive losses as they rarely happen.  Especially 3+  consecutive losses are extremely rare to find if they even happen in the first place.
In a real casino with many roulettes available, you have the luxury of observing a lot more than 4 misses. You can even establish the trigger to instead of 4 to 8 misses. Harder to find, but if you follow dozens and columns, it's not that hard to find 8 misses among 6+ active roulettes.

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#### Reyth

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #22 on: April 13, 2016, 08:02:20 PM »
Ive just done 200+ spins and see a lot of patterns forming. If its still not clear, here is my box grid...

For now, 80% of the boxes will hit/appear again within 13 times. 50% of the time a box will hit again within 6 times and 25% of the time a box will hit within two times.

Still crunching my data.

WOW KEWL!

#### Sheridan44

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #23 on: April 13, 2016, 10:21:41 PM »
Maximum coverage with the least overhead has always appealed to me.

#### dobbelsteen

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #24 on: April 15, 2016, 09:06:18 AM »
A very long time ago,I have also develloped a system for a dozen/column system.
Signal
dozen 1/2 anc column 1/2        bet corner 1/5 7/11 13/17 19/23
dozen 2/3 and column 2/3        bet corner 14/18 20/24 26/30 32/36
dozen 1/2 and column 1/3        bet split    1/4 3/6 7/10 9/12 13/13 15/18 19/22 21/24
Etc.
A similar method  is a combination signal of dozens or columns with high and low

With a lot of experience with these methods it can make the roulette game much more pleasure.

#### scepticus

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #25 on: April 15, 2016, 12:13:45 PM »
I've said it before -  and  I'll say it again - I base my actual betting by using either or both the Nine Block and the  A/B Block / Graph.  From there  I guess !
These can be used in a number of ways which I find fascinating.
All you need to start is two seed numbers (virtual bets ) for the Dozens or Columns and four seed numbers ( virtual bets ) for the A/B graph.
I like the idea of a Guarantee as a base .

#### Rourke

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #26 on: April 15, 2016, 05:25:00 PM »
Ive just done 200+ spins and see a lot of patterns forming. If its still not clear, here is my box grid...

For now, 80% of the boxes will hit/appear again within 13 times. 50% of the time a box will hit again within 6 times and 25% of the time a box will hit within two times.

Still crunching my data.

So let me understand this correctly. Say number 7 hits, I bet the numbers 1-4-7-10 for up to 13 times, correct?

#### Jake007

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #27 on: April 15, 2016, 06:11:08 PM »
Ive just done 200+ spins and see a lot of patterns forming. If its still not clear, here is my box grid...

For now, 80% of the boxes will hit/appear again within 13 times. 50% of the time a box will hit again within 6 times and 25% of the time a box will hit within two times.

Still crunching my data.

So let me understand this correctly. Say number 7 hits, I bet the numbers 1-4-7-10 for up to 13 times, correct?

if box #7 hits, i would try either a 2 step or 6 step progression on box #7 which holds #3,6,9,12. You can bet on the individual numbers or do split bets of 3&6 and 9&12.

Im still researching this for now. After 20 spins its clear which boxes are hot and which are not. ive had pretty good luck so far just doing a 2 step bet progression on the hot boxes.

#### Jesper

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #28 on: April 21, 2016, 12:18:57 PM »
I have made some game (as I understood bet on four numbers). I Think this four numbers can be betted using two splits. Use of a slower progression which can go for  many more bets. Try to hit several  times if needed.  Many times a a step progression fail, and the numbers hit later at a high rate (when we have start over using low bets ).

I was using 1 1 1 1  2 2 2 2  3 3 3 ....

10 sessions done and some took some spins, went to eleven at most, and had some hits before, which  were not to bring profit. If we hit on a level (the four bets) we do not rise the next four bets.

I am not sure if the selection helps, would look for numbers in action.

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#### Jesper

##### Re: "The Grid" - a beginning of a system
« Reply #29 on: April 22, 2016, 10:46:44 AM »
In my las post I forgott to say, during a progression we can allways change the numbers, if we think our triggers work, we should use them. (I am not a very fan of the history, except for Active numbers).