A last few pointers that should help you along the way…

1) Try not to spend more than 15-20 minutes at each table. I don’t know why, but after this amount of time, every table seems to get harder to play. Simply exit and re-enter the table every 15-20 minutes.

2) Avoid playing between 2-3PM US Eastern time. Again, I don’t know why but always at this time the Casinos seem harder to play.

3) Do not get greedy and call attention to yourself. That is the major downfall of most players. Set a target and stick to it. Once reached, walk away. Do not win more than $100 in a single day or win 2 days in a row at the same casino. You can remedy this by simply alternating casinos above.

4) Play the System to the letter, do not attempt to manipulate the casino roulette flaw or play at an unflawed casino.

5) Be disciplined and stick to your rules.

Frequently Asked Questions

I can’t spin without betting, what do I do ?

>> If you can’t spin without betting, simply bet $1 on red and $1 on black to generate a spin.

The table limit isn’t high enough, how do I use this system?

>> Table limits refer to Straight Number bets, not Dozen bets, so ignore the table limits as they will not pose a problem for this system.

How do I treat 0’s?

>> Do not ignore zero’s. Count them as neither H, M, or L. For example, if L, 0, M, H, H, M, comes out, you would now start betting on L.

Does it matter which currency I play in?

>> No.

Does this system work at any other casino?

>> No.

Which Roulette version should I play?

It does not matter. However, I recommend European, single-player as it produces the quickest results.

I do not have $200, can I still use this system?

>> Yes, simply wait for a Dozen to not appear for MORE than 5 spins (e.g. 7) and then follow only the necessary first steps of the stake plan (e.g. 9) to ensure you can cover the 16 consecutive spin series (in this example of waiting for 7 spins and following a 9 step stake plan, you would only need an $88 bankroll). Since you are eliminating the last steps of the stake plan, which also happen to be the most expensive, you can dramatically reduce the bankroll required. However, I do not recommend this if you can afford $200 because it will take considerably LONGER for a bet to qualify, so you will win significantly LESS per hour.


S.H. | Casino Programmer