I am 73 years old and have been developing roulette betting strategies since I was in my mid 20's without much luck until recently. I have researched and tried almost every betting system out there. I tested these systems along with my own on 4 different, online roulette simulators along with videos of actual roulette wheel spins. At first, many of them (including mine) seemed to work quite well, but eventually they all crashed and burned. A couple of months ago it dawned on me after much observation of the black and red patterns that form randomly, I needed to approach a betting method much differently then the basic approach of what has been done in the past. Instead of developing a system that tries to anticipate what may happen, I took the opposite approach of what most likely cannot happen. Or at least the odds of it not happening are extremely favorable. In other words, how can I take advantage of these sheer random patterns. First of all, there is one thing I have determined for sure, the Martingale betting procedure is the only one that works the best. I have tried them all. It is a given that you must recoup losses quickly if you ever plan to make a profit. We all know the downfall of using this doubling down approach, it can cause a heavy loss; especially depending on the size of the base bet and the amount of times doubled. However, if you have a betting system that wins quite a bit more times than it looses, now you're talking. Here is my betting system, and following I will post my testing results: It is totally based on the idea of what I stated earlier: And that is, what most likely CANNOT HAPPEN. Or what are the odds in my favor that it will not happen. The roulette wheel spins 10 times and this is the result: B B R B R R R B B R. What are the odds that the next 10 spins will duplicate that exact pattern in that exact order? The odds are 1 chance in 1,024 it will not repeat exactly. A ten spin pattern would require betting a base bet then doubling your bet nine times if you lose. However, I have never had to bet on a pattern of more than 8. The odds here are 1 in 256. The following is the results of testing this system on both online roulette simulators and videos of actual roulette wheel spins. All games were played on a European, single O wheel. 1. Total number of games played: 184 2. Win goal per game 500.00 3. Base bet: 10.00. Martingale to 1,280.00 4. Total number of spins: 18,054 5. Total number of O's encountered: 556 6. Total number of games won: 161 7. Total number of games lost: 23 8. Total earnings: 46,970.00 The actual procedure for this system is not explained here. It is a little more involved than I want to post at this time. However, if I get enough interest, I will post the complete details.