


Система для игры в рулетку Ultimate GamblingMONEY BACK GUARANTEE It is almost impossible to give guarantees when it comes to gambling. Most strategies are sold without any guarantee whatsoever. The reason for this sad but true fact is that most gambling systems do not work! Customer satisfaction is the foundation of our business so therefore we have created what we believe to be the best guarantee possible! Our Ultimate Scientific Gambling System is 100% guaranteed to beat the mentioned tester books! A 30 DAY 100% refund will be given if you find that our Ultimate Gambling System does not beat ALL of the following tester books: Roulette System Tester & Craps System Tester (Eric St. Germain). We do not claim that our Systems will NEVER lose. Any system will eventually lose under certain circumstances beyond one's control, unless one has an unlimited bankroll, the casino isn't cheating and the casino has no betting limit. LEGAL NOTICE Gambling is a highrisk activity. Casino Secrets Revealed does not imply or implicitly state that you can or will make money using our gambling systems. Our gambling systems have been tested against system tester books, computer simulations and against live and internet casinos. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. You must be of legal gambling age in the state you wish to gamble.
Basic Roulette Probability The probability of an outside roulette bet losing is 20/38 because there are 20 ways to lose out of 38 possibilities. (An outside roulette bet is red/black, even/odd and 118/1936). The probability of an outside roulette bet losing twice in a row is 20/38 x 20/38 = 400/1444 or /1/3.61 or once every 4 spins. Here are the probabilities of losing streaks on a double zero wheel: 1 loss = Once every 2 spins The Martingale The Martingale is the most popular betting system in the world. It is also called the "doublingup system" and can be applied to any even money bet. The amount of the first bet is simply doubled after each successive loss, until one wins. After each win, the bet is reduced to its initial value and remains there until the next loss. When one wins, one wins one unit. For example, an 11step martingale would be: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024 = 2047. That is a large amount to risk simply to win one unit! The danger in this system is that eventually a long string of losses will keep increasing the amount of the bet until the table limit is reached. A Playable Martingale The Martingale is a mathematically sound system but has two serious problems that make it dangerous to play. The first is the limited number of loss doublings before the table limit is reached. The second is the large bankroll that is at risk every time a long string of losses occur. Both problems can be lessened with the proper use of "imaginary bets." These zerovalue bets have the effect of extending the theoretical loss string and lowering the amount risked! 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 (=63). You simply wait for 5 losses in a row to occur before betting. The expected probability of 11 losses in a row is 1/1165 or once every 1165 spins of the ball (at 60 spins an hour, that's once every 19 hours). This is a comfortable margin for most players. Of course it could happen on the very next 11 spins but it would not be much fun if there wasn't SOME risk! The expected probability of 5 losses in a row is once every 25 spins of the ball so you won't have to wait too long before betting 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 10 20 40 80 = 155 (wait for 6 losses in a row)
Do you think you can win 1 bet in a series of 11 bets at a roulette table? It is very, very difficult to lose one bet in a series of 11 bets. It will happen eventually but it is very, very rare. What is the probability of seeing 11 red or blacks in a row at a roulette table? Once every 1165 spins of the wheel. At 60 spins per hour that's once every 19 hours! We consider $600 bankroll the best overall bankroll for the risk involved and the rate of return. You can always play with smaller or larger bankrolls but we prefer $600. If you play with a larger bankroll you'll have more opportunities per hour to play. Here are the rules: Find a casino with the largest number of roulette tables in action when you visit. Make sure each table has a Number Board. Select a bankroll you want to play with and the unit value. We recommend a $600 bankroll and a $5 chip minimum when first getting started. (You can play with a bankroll of $285 using $5 chip minimums but you'll have fewer opportunities per hour to play). Go to a Cashier and buy $600 in chips. Ask for "quarters and nickels, please." The cashier will give you $25 chips and $5 chips. Don't sit down at a roulette table. You won't be playing every spin. Just stand in the general roulette area and watch the Number Boards that display the spins. When you see 5 red or blacks in a row, 5 even or odds in a row, or 5 118's or 1936's in a row walk up to a table (don't sit down!) and before the sixth spin place $5 on the OPPOSITE pair. For example, if you see 5 blacks in a row place $5 on RED. If you lose that bet, place $15 on RED. If you lose that bet, place $35 on RED. If you lose that bet place $75 on RED. When you win, stop betting and wait for your next betting opportunity. Your goal is to win just 1 bet in a series of 11 spins. You only bet when you have the highest probability of winning! Don't make any other bets at the table and ONLY bet when you see 5 outside even events IN A ROW. Use your playing chart. You'll only be playing a few times every hour so don't sit down! If you sit down they'll make you play every spin. That's how you lose! Only bet when you have the advantage! You have the advantage because probability says that you high a very strong chance of winning just one bet in a series of 11 bets. By starting on the sixth bet (using a $600 bankroll) the casino will have to spin 11 reds/blacks, even/odds, high/lows to beat you! That will happen once in a great, great while. In the meantime you'll make lots of money. Playing all three outside events (black/red, even/odd, high/low) gives you more playing opportunities per hour than simply playing black or red.
Roulette is the best game to play on the Internet using our Ultimate System. Find a casino that lets you spin the wheel without placing a bet. We play at "thesands.com". You get three spins per minute, which is 180 spins per hour. The difference between live and Internet casinos is the betting range, usually $5 to $100. This means you have to wait for a minimum of six events in a row before betting. Here are the rules: Download the Internet casino software and install it on your computer. Play in "practice mode" to learn our system. You won't be betting every spin. Keep spinning the wheel until you see 6 red or blacks in a row, 6 even or odds in a row, or 6 118's or 1936's in a row. Before the NEXT spin place $5 on the OPPOSITE pair. For example, if you see 6 blacks in a row place $5 on RED. If you lose that bet, place $10 on RED. If you lose that bet, place $20 on RED. If you lose that bet place $40 on RED. When you win, stop betting and wait for your next betting opportunity. Your goal is to win just 1 bet in a series of 10 spins. You only bet when you have the highest probability of winning! Don't be greedy! Stop playing when you win $25. Log off the casino and play again later. We recommend one to four sessions daily.
The first line is the number of spins in a row of one side (red/black; even/odd; high/low). The second line is "wait." This means you count the number of outside events in a row. (Example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 reds in a row, then BET). The third line is "bet." This is the dollar amount you bet on that spin. Zero means you don't bet anything on that spin. The fourth line is "bank" and "win." This is your bankroll and the amount you win at each step in the progression. The last line is the probability of losses in a row. The Live Chart gives you two bankrolls to choose from, $285 or $600. If you play with $285 you must wait for 6 events in a row, instead of 5 like the $600 bankroll. Cut the Live Chart out and take it to the casinos with you. Cut the Internet Chart out and tape it to your monitor as you play. 




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