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Roulette Winning progression

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by Sharptracker, Apr 18, 2018.

  1. Sharptracker

    Sharptracker Active Member

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    Hello everyone,

    I know, progressions won't allow us to overcome the edge, it's just negociate a limit.

    But it's a good way to make money, i allready reached the table limit this way, because once you won the first 2 steps, whatever happens you can lose only benefits that the progression made.

    Number of chips: 1-1 2-2 3-3 5-5 8-8 13-13 20-20* (normally it should be 21 but limit avoit it) Fibonacci progression.

    We have to use bloc of 12chips, you can play a bloc in 12 spins if you play one number, 6 spins if you play 2 numbers, 4 spins if you play 3 ... 1 spin if you play 12 numbers.

    If you lose you write a x if you win you write a v.

    The first goal is to win the first 2 steps at the minimum of the table, you can play now a block of 12chips with a 2 chips per number. If you win also (vvv) and that you're now at the step 4 but you lose (vvvx), you're going back to step 3 and still play a block of 12 numbers with 2 chips.

    If you play for example 1 number and that you win the first step at the 3rd spin (you spent 3 chips but you didn't use the others nine chips of your block. So you can report them on the next step. In this case you 'll play the next step with a block of 21numbers to play.
    You can write them this way lllllllll and you cross them according to the number of chips per number you play. This will allow to have more chips to last and hit.

    As i said you just need to take a bankroll to face swings for a long time till your opportunity comes (nothing says that it will come for sure)
     

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