The NEW Sector Roulette System

The game of roulette is a game of complete randomness. No matter which roulette betting system you use, there may be times when a run of spins will leave you completely broke! And worse, it may happen frequently!

The good news is that with the right system, there will be many short winning streaks and very few long losing streaks. Further, the right system will heavily take advantage of the short winning streaks, and know when to minimize the losses on the few long losing streaks.

The best news is that the SECTOR ROULETTE System does exactly that!

Following are the different sections to The SECTOR ROULETTE System.

Section 1: Learning How to Bet

Section 2: Putting the Strategy to Both Sides

Section 3: Special Table Conditions

Section 4: Money Management

Section 5: Choosing a Table

Section 1: Learning How to Bet

To begin betting, you must wait for two different sectors to spin consecutively. For example, the first spin is number 3 (Dozen 1), and the second spin is number 27 (Dozen 3). Now that two different dozens came up, we now begin betting on the dozen that did not come up—in this case, Dozen 2.

We will use one of the following betting progression:

Normal Play

Normal Play uses a conservative amount of units in a short progression. I recommend using 20 units for Normal Play and stopping when you hit a profit of 10 units. Following is the betting progression:

  • Bet 1 = 3 units. If you win, you are up 6 units. If you lose, you are down 3 units.
  • Bet 2 = 4 units. If you win, you are up 5 units. If you lose, you are down 7 units.
  • Bet 3 = 3 units. If you win, you are down 1 unit. If you lose, you are down 10 units.

If you have an Out (losing all 3 bets), then you will wait to bet again until the targeted sector actually comes up. Sometimes, you could wait another 20 spins after your Out. This is good because opposite of most systems that require betting on every spin, you are SAVING A LOT OF MONEY with the SECTOR ROULETTE System! This is how The SECTOR ROULETTE System cuts your losses on the few long losing streaks. When the missing sector finally comes up, you will begin betting again on the sector that was not spun on the previous two spins.

Aggressive Play

Aggressive Play is a bit more aggressive. I recommend using 40 units.

This will allow you to go through 2 consecutive outs before losing your bankroll. Following is the betting progression:

  • Bet 1 = 4 units. If you win, you are up 8 units. If you lose, you are down 4 units.
  • Bet 2 = 5 units. If you win, you are up 6 units. If you lose, you are down 9 units.
  • Bet 3 = 5 units. If you win, you are up 1 unit. If you lose, you are down 14 units.
  • Bet 4 = 6 units. If you win, you are down 2 units. If you lose, you are down 20 units.

Aggressive Play fits me better because I like to get in there and get out very quickly. However, for many of you, both progressions may be too aggressive. If you want to play for a long time and not risk too much money, then use the following progression:

  • Bet 1 = 1 unit. If you win, you are up 2 units. If you lose, you are down 1 unit.
  • Bet 2 = 1 unit. If you win, you are up 1 unit. If you lose, you are down 2 units.
  • Bet 3 = 1 unit. If you win, you break even. If you lose, you are down 3 units.
  • Bet 4 = 1 unit. If you win, you are down 1 unit. If you lose, you are down 4 units.

Again, use a bankroll of 20 units, and stop when you hit a profit of 10 units.

Experimental Extended Play

This is still experimental. I am not sure I would recommend this progression, but it does do well sometimes. However, you will lose 60 units in a single out. Beware!

  • Bet 1 = 3 units. If you win, you are up 6 units. If you lose, you are down 3 units.
  • Bet 2 = 4 units. If you win, you are up 5 units. If you lose, you are down 7 units.
  • Bet 3 = 4 units. If you win, you are up 1 unit. If you lose, you are down 11 units.
  • Bet 4 = 6 units. If you win, you are up 1 unit. If you lose, you are down 17 units.
  • Bet 5 = 9 units. If you win, you are up 1 unit. If you lose, you are down 26 units.
  • Bet 6 = 14 units. If you win, you are up 2 units. If you lose, you are down 40 units.
  • Bet 7 = 20 units. If you win, you break even. If you lose, you are down 60 units.

Some of you may find a different progression that is more suitable for your style. If you have any suggestions, please send me a note!

Section 2: Putting the Strategy to Both Sides

Once you understand how to bet, it is time to put the strategy to both sides. To do this, you must use a score card and a pencil at the roulette table. Watch the first 2 spins and record the results as follows:

Spin #1 was 21

Spin #2 was 6

Your Scorecard should look like this:

2,3

1,3

*Note: For 2,3, the 2 represents Dozen 2, and the 3 represents Column 3 for the number 21. Likewise, the 1 represents Dozen 1 and the 3 represents Column 3 for the number 6.

Now, notice that on your list the Dozens show two different dozens in a row. It is now time to put Bet 1 on Dozen 3. The next spin is 31.

You won! Your list now looks like this:

2,3

1,3

3,1

Your next step would be to put Bet 1 on Dozen 2. The next spin is 30.

You lost Bet 1. Your list now looks like this:

2,3

1,3

3,1

3,3

Your next step would be to put Bet 2 on Dozen 2. The next spin is 23.

You won Bet 2! You have now hit your target of 10 units by winning 14 units. But we will keep going. Your list now looks like this:

2,3

1,3

3,1

3,3

2,2

You may be wondering why we are keeping track of both the Dozen and Column. The first reason is that we want to find where to begin betting. Notice the first two spins. We see two different Dozens, but we see only Column 3. Therefore, we began betting on the Dozens.

If after the first two spins there are two different Dozens AND two different Columns, then you should just pick either Dozens or Columns to begin betting on.

The second reason we need both the Dozen and Column for each spin is that we may sometimes need to switch over to the other side! This is very simple. If the Dozen or Column you are betting on does not show for 9 spins, then you should switch to the other side and begin with

Bet 1 on the Dozen or Column that did not spin on the previous 2 spins. Sound confusing? Let me show you:

  • 2,3 First spin.
  • 1,3 Second Spin. You now place Bet 1 on Dozen 3.
  • 3,1 You Won Bet 1. You now place Bet 1 on Dozen 2.
  • 3,3 You Lost. You now place Bet 2 on Dozen 2.
  • 2,2 You Won Bet 2. You hit your target of 10 units (actually you won 14 units with Aggressive Play). We will keep going. You now place Bet 1 on Dozen 1.
  • 3,2 You Lost. You now place Bet 2 on Dozen 1.
  • 3,1 You Lost. You now place Bet 3 on Dozen 1.
  • 2,1 You Lost. You now place Bet 4 on Dozen 1.
  • 2,3 You Lost. You now Wait for Dozen 1 to appear.
  • 2,2 Still Wait.
  • 3,2 You now switch over to Columns because Dozen 1 did not appear for 9 consecutive spins. Your next step is to place Bet 1 on Column 1 (the column that does not appear in the previous 2 spins, or in this case, the previous 3 spins). You will now bet on the Columns until you hit your target or you switch back over to Dozens.

*Note: If Dozen 1 had shown up on that last spin, then you would have continued betting on the Dozens.

We switch over to the other side for this reason: You may be waiting for 20 or more spins to bet again. Most times, as Dozens are doing bad, the Columns will be doing well. For those of you that do not want to mess with switching back and forth (maybe you cannot use a score sheet and you can keep track of only the Dozens in your head) then you can wait until that 9th spin, and then begin your progression again on the Sector you were just betting on. The only downfall is that you may have another Out on the same Sector. Try to feel out the table before doing this.

For those of you that want to take the betting to a higher level, simply bet on both Dozens AND Columns at the same time. When it comes to switching over, then put both bets on the same Dozen or Column.

For example, you have an out on Columns and find after the next few spins that you need to switch over to Dozens. Since you are already betting on Dozens, add your new bets to the bets you are already placing on Dozens.

Section 3: Special Table Conditions

Many tables will require you to bet on every spin of the wheel. If so, place 1 unit on a Dozen or Column THAT IS NOT the Dozen or Column you are waiting for. So, if you have an Out on Column 3, then place 1 unit on Column 1 or Column 2 until Column 3 appears. Once Column 3 appears, then you will begin your progression again on the Column that did not appear in the previous 2 spins. This method can also be used with LIVE Dealer Online Casinos.

Section 4: Money Management

We will keep this very simple. Stop the session when:

  1. You hit a profit of at least 10 units.
  2. You do not have enough units to complete another progression. For example, if you are using Aggressive Play and you have only 16 units left (a total of your left-over bankroll and your winnings), you do not have the 20 units required to complete another progression. You should just go home and cut your losses for the day.

Section 5: Choosing a Table

Choosing the right table is also important. Look for a table that has at least a couple people playing. Also, make sure the atmosphere seems to be happy. No one has fun around a bunch of grumps! Next, watch for 10 or more spins. You are looking for a dealer that lands the ball all over the place. If these conditions are met, then jump in!

Last Words

Well, that does it! You will not believe how many times you will win on Bet 1, 2, 3, and 4! And remember to have fun! I hope I made everything clear enough for you. Please send me your comments as I am very eager to hear your response.

By the way, once you have entered the Sector Group (anyone who has purchased a Sector System), you will receive any new or updated systems I may find! Unlike many other system creators who update their systems and charge an additional sum of money, you will get everything for FREE! Once you are in, you are in!

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Special note: There is no guarantee to the amount of money you will win or lose. Roulette and other casino games are entertaining games of pure chance and luck. I cannot be held responsible for persons having a lot of bad luck or taking risky chances.