PATTERN DETECTION Roulette System

This system is based on betting on even money areas, such as Reds and Blacks.

You are welcome to extend it to other even money areas, such as High/Low and Odd/Even. However, it is much easier to detect patterns on Reds and Blacks.

Pattern detection is the strong side of this system. There are many systems based on betting only on Red or on Black, or on betting on a repeat color or on a change color. This system does not limit itself to only 1 or 2 patterns. In fact, we will be watching for various patterns. The reason we would like to watch for those patterns is that in LIVE Dealer casino, they tend to repeat. And we will take advantage of those repeating patterns.

Let us now identify the patterns that we will be watching for:

We will see alternating colors in single zig-zag form such as R B R B R B. We will refer to this as just a "Zig-zag".

We will also see double zig-zags in the form of R R B B R R B B. We will refer to this as "Pattern R-R-B-B"

Or even triple zig-zags: R R R B B B R R R B B B We will refer to this as "Pattern R-R-R-B-B-B".

At times we will have a single zig zag within a double one such as R R B R R B, Or the other way round: B B R B B R. We will refer to this as "Pattern B-B-R or Pattern R-R-B".

Once you get advanced in pattern detection, you should be able to identify morecomplex patterns such as a double zig-zag within a triple one in the form R R R B B R R R B B or a single zig-zag within a triple: R R R B R R R B. We'll call those "Pattern R-R-R-B-B" and "Pattern R-R-R-B respectively."

Betting Method

Start with at least 100 chips of the size you want to use.

Play to win 12 pieces and then stop for a break.

If you lose 8 pieces, you might want to stop for a break. Even if you lose 12 such games in a row, you will have still four chips to start a new game. But with this system, it's very unlikely to lose 12 games in a row.

The higher the value of the chip, the better. If you go to a casino to win $1000 you only need to win 10 chips valued each $100. With $10 valued chips you need to win 100 chips. You will accomplish your win goal much faster with the higher chip value. Check the limits of your table and make sure this limit is within the total of 8 chips' value, as this is the highest amount you are ever going to place on the table.

The method consists of two parts: deciding whether you should bet Black or Red,and how many chips for that bet.

Betting on Black or Red: Our first rule specifies: follow the color. If Red comes, bet on Red. If Black then bet on Black. If a Zero comes up, bet on the color previous to the Zero or Zeros.

After a shorter or longer string in one colour, the ball suddenly takes the other colour: as an example: Red Red Red Red Black: You then follow the Black.

The result can also "zig zag". After the Black a Red comes then a Black. We will set a rule that if the zig-zag occurs more than twice, (Red, Black, Red), we will switch to betting with the "Zig-zag" pattern, with the trend that the ball will keep on zig-zagging, until the zig-zag stops. Then we either switch back to following the previous color or we try to detect a different pattern.

Some patterns are pretty repetitive, such as (Red Red Black) (Red Red Black).

A very common pattern is the double zig-zag (Red Red) (Black Black) (Red Red).

They may occur many times in a row. You also may see (Red Red Red) (Black Black Black) (Red Red Red) and maybe more. It's important to detect those patterns and bet following the trends. There are no guarantees that the patterns will repeat many times, as LIVE Roulette is a game of chance. But as long as we can detect them, we can take advantage of them as they appear.

After the above decision criteria, the question is how many chips to bet. You will have either winning or losing runs. We will refer to the winning run as a normal betting scheme.

In a winning situation, you start with betting one chip. If you win, you bet one chip again.

If you win again, you now bet 2 chips. Should you lose this bet, you break even.

If you win again, you now increase to 3 chips. Should you lose this bet, you are ahead by 1 chip.

If you win again, you bet 4 chips. Should you lose this bet, you are ahead by 3 chips.

If you win again, you bet 5 chips. If you lose this bet, you are ahead by 6 chips.

Since winning 6 times in a row is very seldom, it is best to complete the winning run, after having won the 4 chips. This way you will be ahead by 11 chips, when this run is over. Then you can start a new run with 1 chip again.

If in the middle of your winning run, you lose one bet, you start a normal betting scheme over again.

Should you lose your very first bet, you start betting differently with a 4-step Martingale.

That is, you bet one chip. If you lose it, you bet 2 chips. If you lose it, you bet 4 chips. And if you lose that bet, too, you bet 8 chips. Should you lose the 8 chip bet, you stop the losing run right there and start a normal run with one chip again. This way you limit your losing run to not more than 15 chips. And at any stage in the losing run, if you win, you will be ahead by 1 chip. And then you start a normal betting scheme again with 1 chip on the table.

And never forget the patterns mentioned above.

For Example

You come to a Roulette table and see that the last decision was a Black (sequence 1). We start by following the color, so we bet 1 unit on Black.

Since Red comes (sequence 2), we lose that bet. As this was our first bet of the run, we apply the 4-step Martingale. As two decisions are not sufficient to detect any pattern, we continue with follow color method and bet on Red, since the last decision was Red. So we bet 2 units on Red, but we lose again. We now see that the decisions are chopping in a zig-zag mode. We detect the zig-zag pattern and this time we bet on Red, as the last decision was Black. The betting amount is now 4 units - twice the previous bet, according to the 4-step Martingale.

The column Decision Criteria in the above illustration shows the pattern detection and how we should be betting. The column Next Bet shows the betting mode, either a normal winning sequence or a 4-step Martingale if we had lost the first bet of the run.

As we win our bet in sequence 4, we see that the result indeed follows a zig-zag pattern. We will continue the zig-zag pattern betting until the zig-zagging comes to an end. As we won our bet at the third step of Martingale and completed the run, we are now 1 unit ahead. The next bet column indicates that we can now stop Martingale and proceed with a normal betting sequence starting with 1 unit on our next bet.

So, following the zig-zag trend, we bet on Black in sequence 5 with a normal start of 1 unit. We win that bet. The Next Bet column indicates to continue with the normal betting sequence. So we bet 1 unit again on our next bet in sequence 6. We follow zig-zag and bet on Red. This is shown in Bet On column in the illustration. But the zig-zag stops, as Black shows up. This ends this run of normal betting sequence. We break even on this run. We start a new run with 1 unit in sequence 7, as the Next Bet column indicates (End of normal run - next bet is a normal start).

Since the zig-zag stopped, we come back to follow previous color mode and bet on Black, as the previous decision was Black. So we bet 1 unit with a normal start in sequence 7. Black comes and we win that bet. The Next Bet column indicates to continue the normal betting sequence.

So we bet 1 unit in sequence 8 on Black, since we want to follow color. Red comes up and we lose that bet. We break even on this run, too. Our net is still 1 unit, as so far we won 1 unit from the first Martingale sequence and broke even twice.

In sequence 9 we still continue with follow color, as no specific pattern is yet detected. We bet 1 unit on Red starting with a normal start. Red comes up and we win this bet.

We continue betting on Red following the color in sequence 10. This is the second bet of the winning run. Our betting amount is 1. We win this bet. The Next Bet column indicator shows to continue normal betting. This time we increase our bet to 2 units in sequence 11. We win this bet, too. We continue betting on Red following the color in sequence 12. Our betting amount according to the winning sequence is now 3. We bet 3 units on Red. A zero comes up and we lose this bet.

This ends the run of the normal sequence, and we profit 1 unit at the end of this run. Our net profit increases to 2 units.

We start a new run in sequence 13 with 1 unit. Since a zero came in sequence 12, we will follow the color previous to the zero. So we bet on Red and we lose. Since this was the first bet of this run, the Next Bet indicates that we should start a 4-step Martingale for our next few bets until we win.

Following the color, we bet 2 units on Black in sequence 14 and we win. This ends this run. Our net increases to 3 units.

Now, let's see what happens further down in our illustration.

In sequence 24, we detect a pattern of the nature: B-R-R that starts in sequence 18. Following this pattern we bet on Red in sequence 24 and we win.

This was the end of that run, which was the 3rd step of the Martingale we had started in sequence 22.

In sequence 25, we think the pattern B-R-R will continue, but another Red comes up, we lose that bet and start following the color scheme again.

In sequence 28, we detect a zig-zag. We bet on Black. However, the zig-zag does not continue. We lose that bet.

In sequence 30 we detect a B-R-R pattern that started in sequence 26. We bet on Red following this pattern and we win sequences 30, 31, 32, until it stops in sequence 33.

Now, in terms of the betting amounts, we were ahead by 6 units up until the end of sequence 24. Then we lose all 4 steps of the Martingale in sequences 25 to 28. This brings our net profit down to -9. Losing a 4 step Martingale reduces our bankroll by 15 units. But this is the highest amount you would ever lose in Repeating Patterns. Otherwise, by making the right decision you will gradually accumulate profit units.

In sequence 38 you win the 4th step of the Martingale when you were betting 8 units. Remember, 8 units are the highest amount you will place on the table.

Please do not go into the 5th step. Because, then, your losses may escalate. If you lose the 4th step, stop right there and start a new normal sequence with 1 unit as we have done in sequence 29.

Escalating winnings will also occur in Repeating Patterns, as in sequences 47 to 51. We follow color on Black and we win 5 times in a row, having bet 1, 1, 2, 3, 4. This results in a profit of 11 units bringing our net profit from -5 in sequence 46 to +6 in sequence 51.

Please note that in sequence 52 we start a new normal run with 1 unit, rather than increasing our bet to 5 units. Because, if we lose that bet, our profit would be only 6 units instead of 11. We happen to win that bet. But we could have lost it, too.

As the system gradually accumulates profits, the winning streaks will compensate for the losing runs. As the illustration shows, you would accumulate 20 units within 100 spins, which take about an hour of play. With $10 a unit, this would result in $200 winnings. With $100 a unit, this would result in $2000

winnings.

A Final Word

Playing and winning in a casino is no easy job. You, however, have got one of the best programs for beating the casino with this program.

Take your time for practicing. Learn how the method works. Develop confidence in it.

I have confidence in the program. I have used it for 10 years to construct it and to test it.

I wish you luck, but please don't forget that Lady Luck only will cooperate if YOU work hard, act clever and careful, and know your merits.

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