I like to go back and read a lot of old posts on all the various different forums and the one thing that seems to get talked about the least is the Single Dozen (there is only one long running thread by Palestis over at Roulettlife that I can think of on the single dozen) Whenever you read anything about the dozens, it's nearly always covering two of them for a 2/3 coverage less the zero/s. Having studied and played around with ideas for the single dozen, I don't think that they should be left out of a players arsenal as too risky a bet compared to playing two of them or even an EC bet. What struck me was how it's basically 2 against 1 that you are going to get a change of dozen on the next spin. Taking that into account means you are getting paid 2/1 for picking one of the two alternate dozens from the one that's just appeared. Now of course, the one that has just appeared doesn't just magically disappear and has a 1 in 3 chance of appearing again on the very next spin and so it is going to take some strategic play to decide when to go looking for one of those other two dozens. There are pointers to be had from the strategic plays a lot of us use for the EC. One in particular is the chop. 34 3rd doz 23 2nd doz 35 3rd doz 14 2nd doz 30 3rd doz 14 2nd doz 28 3rd doz 24 2nd doz 35 3rd doz In the above example, dozen 1 is absent which as we know about dozens, they can go AWOL for 10/20/30 spins at a time. Here, we can see the alternating dozens in action as well and so combined with the chop effect, it creates a nice little passage of play getting paid out at 2/1 for a chop effect as opposed to 1/1 on the EC. So straight off the bat, that's one useful tactic to use when playing the single dozens and there are many more. As regards to money management for single dozens, you could use the Divisor plan or JK's string approach. They are both flexible and don't reach the stratosphere before you know what hit you.