I decided to see how the Repeat 6 System held up when adding the new shoes that Jimske sent me. This system continues to impress. Just when I think it failing, a new winning streak starts and it claws its way back to new highs. For those that are not familiar, here are the rules and they must be followed exactly. I have tried to improve this system but have been unable to. Whoever came up with this must have done quite a bit of testing on live shoes. Every change I have tried just makes the results worse, sometimes much worse. > At the beginning of each new shoe, you skip the first 8 decisions. The reason for this is that you are always looking at the last 8 decisions dealt for a trigger. For example BPBPPBBP. > The trigger to begin betting is when the first two and last two decisions in the group of 8 repeat. In our example, BPBPPBBP, notice that the pattern is starting to repeat. I put the repeating decisions in bold. > You now bet against the remaining 4 decisions repeating, using a 4 step martingale (1 ,2, 4, 8). In the case of our example, we will be betting PBBP, stopping either on a win of one unit, or total loss of 15 units. > After your win or total loss, you immediately look at the last 8 decisions for a new trigger. Often you have to jump right back in with another betting series, or another trigger will be appearing soon. > You continue to look for a betting trigger up until hand 62 only (ignoring ties) then end the shoe. This gives you up until hand 66 to complete your final martingale. For an 8 deck shoe this should be fine. Testing on my 4062 shoes this system made over 46,000 bets or about 11 bets per shoe. I am attaching the profit curve below. It earned +985.95 units.