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May 28, 2010
Dear Let's Talk Winning customers and newsletter subscribers,
First of all, I would like to express how happy I am to have received so many "yes"es from the Survey sent two weeks ago, meaning that you would like to continue receiving the newsletters. I am particularly happy to send this newsletter and talk to real people, rather than thousands of virtual email addresses.
As promised, here is the free gambling system of this month.
It's a roulette system where bets are placed on even paying bets, such as, Red/Black, Even/Odd and High/Low or outside bets. Since the system wins for even bets, it's easily transportable to other even paying games, such as Player/Banker in Baccarat, Pass Line/Don't Pass Line in Craps, Big/Small in Sic-Bo, etc.
Nowadays, there is more of a demand for systems requiring a small bankroll, thus avoiding steep progressions. This obviously reduces the risk of a big loss, one is more relaxed when one places bets and the system does not become nerve racking to use.
Our system today is a parlay system. All you will need is one chip per run, and we will see how it can replicate over multiple consecutive wins. When we parlay our bets, we let our win on the table and let it ride for as many times the system tells us.
This can be viewed as a reverse Martingale. During a Martingale we double our bets on a loss until we win. We may be betting 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 units using this kind of double up progression and risking a huge amount in order to win 1 unit at the end of the progression, should we win within the first 6 bets or so. Whereas during a Parlay method, we bet 1 unit and if it wins, we let the won chips on the table and should it win 3-4 times consecutively, our chip becomes 2, 4, 8, 16 units. So instead of risking 16 units to make 1, we risk 1 unit to make 16. Sounds much more attractive, doesn't it, provided we make use of it properly.
The bet selection can be anyone, that can clearly show you where the streaks and chops are. Since we are interested in continuous wins, or a “streak” of wins, we can consider the streaks or the continuous hitting of a certain bet as a win and the chop as a loss. The simplest bet selection would be just the color itself, that is, we would bet either on Red or Black, depending what just came and we bet on the same color.
Thus if we have sequences of Blacks, they will all be wins for us and so will the sequences of Reds. If they chop or alternate a lot between Black and Red, each alternation will be a loss. But this loss will be not more than just 1 unit.
Supposing we would like to cash on 3 wins and we let our chip ride for 3 consecutive wins. This would profit us 8 units minus the chip we invested, thus 7 units. If we don't get at least 3 wins, each change of a color will cost us 1 unit.
Here is an example:
We come to the roulette table and we see the last number that came up is 34 Red. We decide to follow Red and place 1 chip on it.. Number 3 Red comes up. Our chip becomes 2 chips. We let them ride. Number 29 Black comes up. We lose the bet. But our loss is the chip we bet first on Red. So we are down by 1 chip.
Now we follow Black. Number 13 Black comes up. We win the bet. We have 2 chips on the table. We let them ride. Number 28 Black comes up. We win again. Now we have 4 chips on the table. We let them ride again. Number 3 Red comes up. We lose the run, but only the very first chip we bet right before 13 came. We are 2 chips down altogether.
Now we follow Red. Number 20 Black comes up. We lose the bet and the run. We are 3 chips down.
We follow Black. Number 7, Red comes up. We lose the bet and the run. We are down 4 chips.
We now follow Red. Number 34 Red comes up. We win the bet, we have 2 chips on the table. We let them ride and leave our bets on Red again. Number 9 Red comes up. We win the bet. We have now 4 chips on the table. We let them ride again. Number 27 Red comes up. We have now 8 chips on the table and we collect them. We win 7 units for this run. We were down 4 chips before. So now we are ahead by 3 units. End of session.
If this kind of thing would happen every time, winning would be extremely easy. But placing bets every time, we can encounter long sequences of chops and thus losses before the +7 unit winning run comes and losses would be more than wins. Zeros also contribute to losing runs.
So we need to strategize in order to tackle this system properly and end up winning much more.
When we observe tables, we see that there is a tendency for tables to go choppy or streaky. During choppy times, the parlay system will not generate any profits. We need the tables to go into a streaky state before we can collect winnings.
In order to avoid long losses, what we will do is to wait until the table comes up with its first 3 wins, after a long sequences of chops. This is an indication that the table may turn streaky, although nothing is due and there is no absolute guarantee for this to happen. It's merely an observation.
Chops for us will be the state of the table that alternates between Reds and Blacks without going into a series of a minimum of 4 Blacks or Reds in a row. Why 4? Since we are following a Red or a Black, the first appearance of a Red or Black is not a win. Only if a Red is followed by another 3 Reds, that we have 3 wins. The same with Blacks (and Evens, Odds, Highs and Lows, if you want to track those as well, it will reduce your wait time).
So the system boils down to the fact, that we don't place bets after a long sequence of chops until we encounter at least 4 Reds or Blacks in a row. Then we start following the last color until we are ahead by a few units for that session. Then we track again, until 4 Reds or Blacks show up. Here is a full example on how the system will work:
Between spins 1 to 43, there are no minimum 4 Reds or Blacks, during the time we are tracking and not betting. We can see how many losses we are avoiding this way (about 19 units). The table is in a chop mode. Four consecutive Blacks show up between spins 40-43. This is the indication of the streak mode. We wait for the termination of the multiple Blacks (including the zero in between) until Number 12 Red comes up at spin 46. Now we start betting on Red and it wins at least 3 times. We let our bet ride only for 3 wins not more. We collect our 8 chips at spin 49 and win 7 units for the run. And we track again, that is, wait for the appearance of at least 4 consecutive Blacks or Reds.
And this happens at spins 51-60. We follow the Red of spin 61. After 4 chops, which makes us lose 1 unit on each run (thus -4 units so far for this run), we get 4 Reds, where we collect 7 units, thus we make 3 units for this second run and we are overall ahead by 10 units.
After each winning run, we track again.
We get 6 consecutive Blacks at spins 70-75. When the Red shows up after that, we start betting following Red. We lose after 2 spins, but we lose only the chip we ride. Then we lose another chip to two blacks. We are down by 2 units so far for this new run. Then we get 4 Reds at spins 80-83, make 7 units. We are up by 5 units for this run and 15 units overall.
We track again and we get another bet indication after the 4 consecutive Reds of spins 93-96. We wait until the Red group is over until a Black shows up. Thus the 00 of spin 97 is still within the tracking. When Number 33 Black comes up at spin 98 we follow it by starting a new run, etc.
I hope you liked this simple parlay system and I hope you can make good use of it.
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