In an effort to try to take advantage of the placement of the numbers on the wheel we found the following: The numbers had very little, if any, bearing on the placement but we did come up with some numbers that we found were placed on the wheel whereby the numbers although scattered around the wheel were situated whereby the little white ball when it comes to rest is no more that one number away from the winning number. This means you are getting pretty close to a win but close isnt quite what we are looking for. They say that close only counts in horseshoes and dancing and the little ball does plenty of dancing when it is losing its speed and is lowering itself to the bottom of the wheel where it will sooner or later come to rest...
To put this system to the test we selected the following numbers and streaks. You are risking 1 unit on the 14 streaks (6 numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), 3 units on the 1013 streaks (6 numbers 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15) 3 units on the 2528 streaks (6 numbers 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30) and 1 unit on the quad numbers 17, 18, 20 and 21 for a total of 8 units. If the 14 streaks won you would win 5 units but you would lose 7 units for a net loss of 2 units (This is not good). If either the 1013 streaks or the 2528 streaks was a winner you would be paid 15 units for your 3 unit bet with a loss of 5 units (3 units on one of the sexain (Pardon my French) bets, 1 unit on the quad bet and 1 unit on the 14 streaks bet) for a net win of 10 units. If the quad bet won you would be paid 8 units with a loss of 7 units for a net win of 1 unit (not too bad for the one unit you wagered on those 4 numbers).
If you would increase the 14 streaks to 2 units and maintain the other bets you would then be in a position of having a win of 10 units with a loss of 7 units, 3 units on both of the double streaks and 1 unit on the quad bet for a net win of 3 units. That is better than the earlier loss on the 14 double streaks. Your other bets would remain the same but you would have a loss of 1 additional unit for a net win on the other double streaks bet of 8 units. Your win on the quad bet would remain the same but you would also lose an additional 1 unit resulting in a net win of 8 units but a loss of 3 units on each of the two double streaks and 2 units on the quad bet for a total loss of 8. This means you would break even.
I dont like a break even bet because every bet must cover a different bet for you to be an effective winner..
Lets see if we cant come up with a little better chance of winning. If you increased your bets to 4 units each on the double streaks and 3 units on the quad bet you would come out as follows with an outlay of 15 units. Your bets would be as follows: 4 units on the 14 bet, 4 units on the 1013 bet, 4 units on the 2528 bet and 3 units on the quad bet. You would have a 20 unit win on each of the double streak bets but a loss of 4 units, 4 units and 3 units for a total loss of 11 units for a net win of 9 units. On the quad bet you would be paid 24 with a loss of 4 units, 4 units and 4 units for a total loss of 12 units but a net win of 12. Thats more like it.
With the above paragraph you have 22 numbers covered with 14 numbers uncovered. Thats pushing 2 to 1 odds in your favor while you are risking 15 units to win 9 or 12 units.
If you were to increase your bets to 5 units on your double streak bets and 4 units on your quad bet, lets see how you would fare. Your streaks bets would pay you 25 units but you would lose your other two double streak bets for a loss of 10 units and you would also lose your quad bet of 4 units for a total loss of 14 units resulting in a net win of 11 units. Your quad bet would pay you 32 with a loss of 15 for a net win of 17. You would be risking 19 units to make an 11 unit or 17 unit profits.
If you were to increase your bets to 10 units on the double streaks and to 5 units on the quad bet lets compare a little. Your streaks bets would pay you 50 units with a loss of 25 units for a net win of 25 units. Your quad bet would pay you 40 units with a loss of 30 for a 10 unit profit. You would be risking 35 units to win 10 or 25 units. This seems to be more for the person who has a larger bank roll than the average person. However, a person could increase his or her bets from say 3 units to 5 units real easy if he or she had two or three wins in a row. This is not inconceivable. We will cover the increasing of your bets in the chapter entitled money management.
