This Roulette system combines the concepts of Systems 1 and 3. Your bet is increased by 20% (not by one betting unit as in System 1) when you win and it's tripled when you lose. This time, we will content ourselves with a threshold of 2 while tripling, so as not to exceed the table's maximum betting limit. In other words, when we lose a bet, we will triple our bet only twice rather than 3 times as in System 3. Table 7 below illustrates the performance of System 4. Our unit is now $5. So a $10 bet will mean the placing of $5 on each Dozen. At this table, we record both Winning Streaks and Losing Streaks, as we increase our bet by %20 on a winning bet and triple it on a losing bet.
Now, let's have a thorough analysis of the above simulation in Table 7:
You come to the Roulette table and observe the last number that came up. This is represented in Sequence 1. We see number 25 (Dozen 3).
In Sequence 2, we bet $5 on Dozen 1 and $5 on Dozen 2, with a total bet of $10. Number 34 comes up, we lose. Our net is -$10.
Since we lost the bet, now we triple it in Sequence 3 by betting $15 on Dozen 1 and $15 on Dozen 2. Number 1 comes up. We win, cashing $15. Our net increases to $5. This closes the round. Next bet we start over again with 1 unit on each Dozen.
So in Sequence 4, we bet $5 on Dozen 2 and $5 on Dozen 3. Number 34 comes up and we win. We cash $5. Our net becomes +$10.
As we won, now we increase our bet by %20. In Sequence 5, we bet $6 on Dozen 1 and $6 on Dozen 2 (total bet of $12 as shown). Number 26 comes up. We lose. Our net decreases by $12 to -$2.
As we lost, we triple our bet in Sequence 6 to $36 ($18 on each Dozen different than in Sequence 5). Number 9 comes up. We win, cashing $18. Our net becomes +$16. Winning the bet closes the round.
Similar patterns happen in Sequences 7 to 10. We lose, we triple, we win.
As we win in Sequence 11, we increase our bet by %20 in Sequence 12, where we also win.
We increase our bet by another %20 in Sequence 13. (The figures are rounded).
Sequence 13 loses, so we triple our bet in Sequence 14, where we lose again.
Do we triple again in Sequence 15? No. Remember our threshold is 2 now, unlike in System 3, where we would have tripled. The column Losing Streak resets itself to 1, where we start a new round in Sequence 15 with a $10 bet.
In this system, tripling twice may reach the table's maximum betting limit, particularly if you lose a bet after a long winning streak. That's why we set the threshold (cut-off point) to 2. This does not disturb the system's performance. On the contrary, it may cut down some losses.
Coming back to our analysis, Sequence 15 loses. Therefore we triple in Sequence 16, winning that bet, which closes the round.
We have similar patterns up to Sequence 25. A short 3 bet winning streak occurs in Sequences 26-28, every time increasing our bet by %20. As Sequence 29 loses, we triple our bet in Sequence 30 (from $17 in Sequence 29 to $52). We win that bet.
Our overall net becomes +$45.
Similar patterns to the above happen in Sequences 31 to 54. A slightly longer winning streak occurs in Sequences 55 to 59. Our bet increases by %20 ($10, $12, $14, $17, $21). We bet $25 in Sequence 60, where we lose. Therefore we triple in Sequence 61 to $75, winning the bet. Our overall profit becomes +$77 (or 15.4 units).
Regular win/lose patterns increase our profit gradually to $121 up until Sequence 87, where a long 14 bet winning streak occurs until Sequence 100! During this winning streak, our bet increases by %20 from $10 all the way to $107 in Sequence 101, where we finally lose.
But tripling our bet to $321 in Sequence 102 recovers this loss right away, bringing our overall profit to +$417 (or 83.4 units).
After a 14 bet winning streak, our bet needed to be increased up to $321, as the winning streak ends with one losing bet, according to the system. Here we need to watch not to exceed the table's maximum.
If you are having a winning streak like this one (and there will be many of those), you don't necessarily have to triple your bet after the final loss to recover it, as you have already made a substantial profit up to that stage. Observe in Table 7 the starting net profit of $121 in Sequence 87 going up all the way to $364 in Sequence 100 and a bit down to $257 in Sequence 101. You may want to decide to close the round at Sequence 101 without tripling in Sequence 102, as there is no guarantee that the tripling will end up with a winning bet (look at Sequence 199!). Even better, you may want to close the round at Sequence 12 or 13 with a profit level of about +$300 and start a new round in the next sequence. This is where a little common sense and decision making comes in handy. Whichever decision you take though, you are a winner after a long winning streak. I have seen winning streaks up to 24 times in changing Dozen strategy. You can imagine your profits when that occurs.
We have seen sufficient examples so far observing the simulations of Table 7. If you look further down, you will see more winning streaks (Sequences 107-114, 141-147, 190-197) as well as some losing streaks (Sequences 119-122, 153-157, 187-189).
Observe in the losing streak of Sequences 153-157: we lose once, we triple, we lose again, we reset, we lose, we triple, we lose again, we reset, we lose and the sixth time only we triple and we win in Sequence 158. This turmoil causes our overall profit to go down from $379 in Sequence 152 to $304 in Sequence 158 or by 25 units. But overall, you can see that the profit level is maintained quite well and the system performs adequately. The ideal time to quit while playing this strategy is after a few long winning streaks, where your profit will be considerably high.
Wishing you lots of winnings using my Sparkling Dozens systems and enjoy your roulette playing to the utmost.