Alternative Way Roulette
I believe that this is one of the off the best systems on the market today, playable on both European and American roulette wheels. The details in this document may seem complicated at first, so I suggest that you read the document several times to get familiar with the system, then practice using the examples given. Only when you are thoroughly familiar with the method should you risk any money at the casino. There are many distractions you can get in the online casinos with LIVE Roulette and with this system you need to know exactly what bets to place and your current profit or loss.
There are three important watchwords that you need to be aware of because they are key to you becoming a professional roulette player. They are Patience, Concentration and above all Discipline.
You need the patience to wait for the right opportunities to bet, particularly if you’re not getting any wins at the beginning of a session.
This method requires concentration because there are always potential betting opportunities to be found and then followed according to the rules. You need to know the rules by heart and be ready to follow the numbers indicated. There’s nothing worse than seeing a number come up that you should have been betting on.
You must have or acquire discipline to walk away when you have reached your win target and walk if you reach a loss target.
To help achieve these goals, never bet when you are tired or drunk or stressed out. Your patience, concentration and discipline will go out the door.
I realise that you may want to bet on other opportunities that may seem like a good bet at the time. I know I’ve been there. If you want a fun gamble then by all means do so, but with a completely separate bankroll and with money you can afford to lose. However, all the results from this system are gained by strictly following the rules and the bankroll requirements. If you use part of the system bankroll for other bets, then you may not have enough bankroll left to turn a losing session into a winning one.
Follow the rules of the system and you will become a professional player.
I am assuming that you already know how to play roulette and what the various bets are. I have provided a copy of a table layout showing the bets and the odds (appendix 4). This is a European wheel layout, but in most cases the bets apply the same for the American wheel. There are slight differences on the American wheel with the split bets around the zero and the double zero.
Time and time again you will see sequences like this on a roulette table: 33 16 2 7 12 11 13 11 11 6 14 27 29 7 0 36 22 21 33
This is an extract from an actual session played by me. You will notice that number 11 appeared three times in quick succession. In addition, the 10/11/12 line or street appeared four times and the 11/12 split appeared three times. I refer to these numbers, splits or lines as becoming hot. These hot numbers, splits and lines are the basis of the system.
The rules have each been given an id code so that we can refer to them in the later examples.
Single number rules in order of priority or how hot the number is:
- NR1 If a single number repeats three times within 16 spins follow it for the next 10 spins with a stake of 2 units.
- NR2 If a single number repeats twice within 5 spins follow it for the next 5 spins with a stake of 2 units.
- NR3 If a single number repeats twice within 11 spins follow it for the next 2 spins with a stake of 2 units. A number win will give you a return of 72 units (including stake).
Split Number Rules (in order of priority):
- SN1 If a Split repeats three times within 10 spins, follow it for the next 5 spins with a stake of 2 units.
- SN2 If a Split repeats twice within 6 spins follow it for the next 2 spins with a stake of 2 units.
A split win will give you a return of 36 units (including stake).
Line or Street Rules (in order of priority):
- LN1 If a Line repeats three times within 7 spins, follow it for the next 5 spins with a stake of 3 units.
- LN2 If a Line repeats twice within 4 spins, follow it for the next 2 spins with a stake of 3 units.
A line win will give you a return of 36 units (including stake).
Each time you have a win, re-check what rule the number split or line now falls into and then follow the new rule for bets. For example, a number that wins when following it after 2 hits in 5, now falls into the rule for 3 hits in 16.
If we take the sequence previously shown: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 33 16 2 7 12 11 13 11 11 6 14 27 29 7 0 36 22 21 33
The betting would proceed as follows:
At spin number 6 - Total
11/12 split (twice in 6, 2 units for 2 spins)
10/11/12 line (twice in 4, 3 units for 2 spins)
Spin 7 - lost 5 units -5 13/16 split(twice in 6, 2 units for two spins)
Spin 8 - win on Line and Split = +72, lost on 13/16 split. +65
Number 11 (twice within 5 spins, 2 units for 5 spins)
11/12 split (three times in 10, 2 units for 5 spins)
10/11/12 line (three times in 7, 2 units for 5 spins)
Spin 9 - Win on Number, Split and Line = +144, lost on 13/16 +207
Number 11 (now three times within 16, 2 units for 10 spins)
11/12 spilt (still three times within 10, 2 units for 5 spins)
10/11/12 line (still three within 6, 2 units for 5 spins)
Spin 10 - lost 7 units (number, split and line) +200
Spin 11 - lost 7 units +193
11/14 Split (3 within 10, 2 units for 5 spins)
13/14 Split (2 within 6, 2 units for spins)
Spin 12 - lost 11 units (number, 3 splits and line) +182
Spin 13 - lost 11 units +171
Spin 14 - lost 9 units +162
Number 7 (2 in 11, 2 units for 2 spins)
11/12 spilt (end of sequence)
10/11/12 line (end of sequence)
Spin 15 - lost 6 (nos. 7 & 11 and 11/14 split) +156
Spin 16 - lost 6 +150
Number 7 (end of sequence)
11/14 split (end of sequence)
Spin 17 - lost 2 (no. 11) +148
Spin 18 - lost 2 +146
The total profit taken on this sequence is 146 units, including stakes returned and by taking all bets to their conclusion. Under ‘when to quit’ I’ll explain why we should quit at spin 14 and not spin 18.
Don’t worry if this is a bit confusing now, I have a worked example in appendix 1 and more sequences in appendix 2 that will help. As you practice the method, you will get familiar with the process and easily identify the betting opportunities.
When to Bet
Most of the results and sequences shown in this document are taken from sessions where I had no knowledge of previous numbers spun. Most of the tables did not have automatic scoreboards. Where there are scoreboards, I have had some success by joining a table when the scoreboard is showing a repeating number. This may not always be reliable because the number may be just going cold at that point, but it may be an indication that the dealer or croupier will continue to spin repeats. I would say that it gives you a better chance than if a totally random set of numbers were showing.
You need to be careful with scoreboards because they don’t always give accurate results. They sometimes show the wrong number, or stop showing the numbers and then suddenly start working again. Of course, the casino is never in great hurry to fix them. I’m usually not too happy about joining a table where nobody is betting or a ‘cold table’. However, recently I did have a good session where the dealer was waiting to play, and she hit four 7s within 16 spins.
In England if you are the only person at the table, the dealer will spin the wheel for you with no bets placed. On my visits to America, I found that they will not spin until there’s money on the table. So in the US you need to join a table where other people are playing and wait for the numbers to start hitting.
Where there’s a table minimum stake (e.g. in Las Vegas, it is $4 or $5), you will have a problem as you may only want to place a single bet of 2 units. If you can afford to, increase your unit bet (and the table bankroll) to cover the table minimum, otherwise you will need to adjust your bets in some way to put down the minimum. In a lot of cases when a number is repeating, the split or line is repeating, which gets round the problem. This does not always happen, so I am currently compiling results based on extra bets to get round the table minimum problem. Registered purchasers will receive a copy of these results. The solution is likely to be based on neighboring numbers or streets.
I use a table or session bankroll of 120 units with a minimum target profit of 40 or more units per session. The loss target is reached when the next bet would take the loss beyond 120 units. In these situations, you will usually have some chips left over. Over the course of the 100 sequences shown in appendix 3, the extra chips added up to one table bankroll, so it’s a good idea to keep them.
I have an average daily profit target of 20 units using £5 or $5 units which gives me 35,000 per year (350 days). Your choice of unit must be according to your own resources - never bet more than you can afford to lose.
I work with a total bankroll of 10 times the 120 unit session bankroll (1200 units) and a reserve of the same amount (1200). I doubt if you will ever exhaust your first bankroll (see results sequence in appendix 3) but the security of the reserve gives you the confidence when playing. Scared betting is to be avoided.
Having said this, it is possible to start with a smaller bankroll and build from there. When you look at the results, you can see that it is possible to have session profits of several hundred units.
When to Quit
Your table bankroll is 120 units and you of course quit when this is gone. If you have enough from your overall bankroll, then you can play another session on the same day. I wouldn’t play more than three losing sessions, it will hit your confidence - you can always come back another day.
The win target for a session is 40 or more units. You can quit at this point in each session, which will give you a nice overall profit - see results in.
I find that when numbers are hot you can get some really good wins by betting after the 40 or more target is reached. These big wins more than make up for the losses.
The rules for betting after target reached:
- After the 40 target is reached, keep betting in groups of five spins until your total profit is lower than at the start of each five spins.
- If during the extra bets you are about to make a bet that takes the overall profit below 20 units, then quit at that point.
- If the total profit is greater than 300 units, quit only after two losing sets of five spins.
- In the example sequence shown before, the target was reached at +60 after a further 5 spins, the total profit was 159 units. After 5 more spins, this dropped to +134 units - time to quit.
- Sequence 10 in the examples given (appendix 2) shows the quit point before the profit drops below 20 units.
- Sequence 13 shows the increase in profits by allowing for two losing sets of five extra spins when you are well in profit (300+).
You must approach this in a professional manner. Always record the numbers on a casino card or in your own notebook. After each spin count back on your card to see if any of the system rules are met or if a higher priority rule is now is use. After each wager record the profit or loss and the running total. If you keep your chips in neat stacks of 20, it is also easy to see how much you are ahead.
Keep a record of each winning and losing session and the running total profit or loss for all sessions to date. When you first start to use the system, revue the sessions that you have played to check that they have been played correctly and to learn from mistakes made.
Keep your overall bankroll (2,400 units) in a separate bank account from your other money and withdraw only what you need for a visit to the casino ( I suggest no more than 3 table bankrolls of 120). Keep the winnings separate from other cash you have for day to day expenses, or pay it straight back into the roulette bank account.