Peak Pattern System # 2
As I mentioned previously, Dozens will repeat very often on the first 1-8 spins and less often on later sequences. So, at this system, rather than betting only 5 or 6 times as in system 1, we will bet two runs of 4 bets consecutively taking advantage of repeating Dozens for the first 8 times. The betting scheme, however, will not be a Martingalish progression, as this has been proven to fail over the long run, causing heavy losses if the progression never resumes, or when you reach the table's maximum betting limit. So the betting scheme will be according to the following formula: The first 4 bets are based on increasing your bet by %50. If you haven't won during those 4 bets, the 5th bet starts with the triple amount of your first bet. Then you increase your bet again up to the 8th with %50 more than the previous one. Table 8 illustrates this scheme:
We will refer to the amount of $100 as 1 unit value. You can see that the first 4 bets generate 1 unit profit and the last 4 bets lose 1 unit. You may not see the advantage of this yet. However, if we were to bet 4 times only, we would have lost about 4 units at the end of the 4 bets. If we were to bet 5 times only as in system 1, we would have lost about 6 units at the end of the 5 bets. If you look under column Net Loss, you will know what I mean. This way, with the betting scheme of Table 8, if we win at sequence 5, 6, 7 or 8 we will lose only 1 unit.
Winning occurrences will happen mostly on the first 4, rather than on the last 4, so this 1 unit loss will be very fast recoverable.
Now, losing all 8 bets will result in a 16.5 unit loss. But, by the time that will happen, we will be much further ahead than +16.5 units. Or if this 16.5 unit loss occurs up front, you will have ample chances to recover it with this roulette system. This is all according to statistics, provided you don't encounter a few unlucky consecutively losing streaks. In that case, you should set a limit to your losses and try the system some other time, when the table trends stabilize, or go to another table.
Let me show you 500 simulated runs illustrated in Table 9 to see how the system works.
Despite some fluctuations, the system performs pretty well. Let me explain you the different columns of Table 9. Here is the first 7 spins for convenience:
The Bet Doz # column shows which Dozen you are betting on, that is the one that just came up. Number 29 comes up in sequence 1, you bet on Dozen 3 in sequence 2. Number 34 comes up in sequence 2, you bet on Dozen 3 in sequence 3, etc. (In sequence 1, we have bet randomly on any Dozen.
Otherwise, you would bet on the Dozen that came up before you came to the table, according to the scoreboard. In an online LIVE Dealer casino, you could bet with a 0 chip to see the outcome).
Won/Lost column indicates with a 1 if you win that sequence and with a 0 if you lose that sequence.
The Losing Streak column counts the number of times you lose until the Dozen finally repeats closing that specific run. When the Dozen repeats, it turns to 0. The Win/Loss column shows how much you are winning or losing for that specific sequence.
And the last column Total Win/Loss gives you the overall net profit.
During the first 19 sequences, the system provides profits, as the Dozens repeat during the first 4 bets.
During sequences 20 to 27, the Dozen repeats only the 8th time, so we lose one unit (our unit is $100 in this example). As you can see the balance goes down from $700 to $594, that is about $100 ($106 to be exact).
At sequences 61 to 71, we go through a losing streak, that is the Dozen does not repeat until the 11th time. Our overall net balance goes down from +$975 to - $650 (16.5 unit at $100 a unit). Then it takes about another 60 spins to recover this loss. Then you ride on a winning wave with opportunities to quit at more than +$3,000 balance starting from sequence 432. And it is strongly recommended to do so without waiting for other losing streaks to occur, although the system generally tends to generate profits on the longer run.