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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
have seen a lot of money making schemes regarding these.supposedly the system is as follows you bet on black £1 if it lands on red you then bet £2 on black and double your bet until you win. once you win you drop your bet back down to £1 and start again.does this really work has anyone tried betting for real and made good money from it ?
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
how ever you place your money on a roulette table your are always getting the wrong odds to play.

there is no way to play and beat the game, its a hell of alotta fun though when you go into the casino and get £20 in change for 50p like your a big spender :oops:
banned#2
Its known as the martingale system, and basically, it will fail you, google it if you want more info on it.

Runs of over 10 of the same colors happen quite often, more than you would expect it to. All online places have a limit on how much you can bet in one go, this is sometimes around £200.

Say you start with a £1 - you can lose 10 times and stake

1 2 4 8 16 32 64 128 256 512

Meaning you have lost £1056. All for trying to win a pound.

My advice - don't even try it..
#3
you will find a long sting of consecutive colours, so if you bet against that colour, you be betting a lot for little gain.
the odds on the colours are the same no matter what came out previously.
say you bet on reds, 10 blacks have came out in a row, you fancy betting £1024 next time round?
anyways table limits stopyou in your tracks.
#4
I suggest you practice on the free tables first to see how hard it is.

Or use one of the quidco/topcashback offers. At least you'll get your deposit back.

Some of the tables seem biased to me too, though I forget which ones to avoid.

I'm playing on Virign Casino and chitchat bingo at the moment.
#5
You know what casinos say to people who have systems? 'Welcome...'

Basically, it's a road to ruin.
#6
Love the avatar vixygwim - I know exactly how you feel!
#7
Try playing for just a few turns, then exit and start again. Kinda like hit & run tactics (not possible on all tables).
#8
Wait for 3 or 4 consecutive reds then start doubling up on black.
#9
ssabres
Wait for 3 or 4 consecutive reds then start doubling up on black.


you say that as if it would help, but the previous actions would have no statistical bearing on the outcome of the next spin...

it kinda make you feel better though...lol
#10
I've never seen more than 9 consecutive colours.

Did you see Derrin Brown flip 10 consecutive heads with a ten pence? It took him hours of filming. I think he said it was 1000-1.
#11
morris7
you say that as if it would help, but the previous actions would have no statistical bearing on the outcome of the next spin...

it kinda make you feel better though...lol


That's exactly the case in point here. Everyone thinks that this system will work because 'There's no way that I can get 12 reds/black in a row!' thinking that they are related. The fact is it's not, each spin is an independent event, the odds are 50/50 that you will hit a red or black (actually slightly less since there's a green or two greens on the table).

In a way the Martingale system does work, but the casinos have their rules put in so that it doesn't. The table betting limit is the main killer. Then there's the greens which mean neither payout. That and the fact that you don't have infinite money in case you hit a huge consecutive sequence of colours... but if you had infinite money you wouldn't be playing anyway... ;-)
#12
Getting 2 reds in a row is far more likely than getting 10 reds in a row? The spins are not independent?

I think there's a similar thread somewhere about flipping a coin.
#13
In a way the Martingale system does work, but the casinos have their rules put in so that it doesn't. The table betting limit is the main killer. Then there's the greens which mean neither payout. That and the fact that you don't have infinite money in case you hit a huge consecutive sequence of colours... but if you had infinite money you wouldn't be playing anyway...


that seems pretty much spot on to me, especially the bit about table limits, you'll find you can only double up a few times until you either run out of money or hit the table limit - either way you've hit a problem.
#14
I haven't read any of the replies but responding to the OP...it does not work. The reason is because there is a table limit on the maximum bet you may place on red or black. If the red has hit consecutively for x number of times while you keep doubling on the black, eventually, you will hit hit that table limit.
#15
ssabres
Getting 2 reds in a row is far more likely than getting 10 reds in a row? The spins are not independent?

I think there's a similar thread somewhere about flipping a coin.

The spins are independent but by saying you will get 10 reds in a row you are trying to predict 10 spins whereas by looking for 2 reds in a row you are trying to predict only 2 spins. If you try and predict any 10 spins the odds will be the same whether you predict 10 reds, 10 blacks or any number of reds and blacks, predicted in order, for 10 spins.
#16
Surely the probability of a red decreases with every red spin?
banned#17
ssabres
Surely the probability of a red decreases with every red spin?


Go and sit down, with a pen and draw a tree diagram. All will be explained.

P(B n B n B n B n R n B n R n R) = P( R n R n R n B n B n B n B n B)

So on and so forth.
#18
OP, if you're still around, mecca games has a practice table (no registration required).
#19
i tried this years ago, but i thought i invented it LOL then googled it, we had 14 reds in a row... but we didnt bet everytime as we thought it would change to black eventually
#20
ssabres
OP, if you're still around, mecca games has a practice table (no registration required).


have tried on practice table and the system works however i understand a table limit will destroy the chances of winning regular money this way

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