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October 8, 2017
For the roulette aficionados, I have two free systems for you this week. The TD135 and TD235.
TD stands for Triple Dozens, where we will be betting on all 3 dozens at the same time using differential betting.
The first system uses a very mild progression on each dozen with 1, 3, and 5 units.
When you place bet on all three dozens, one of the dozens will win, unless a zero comes out.
If you win your first bet on either
dozen, having the payout of 3 for 1 or 2 to 1, you gain 2 units.
If you lose your second bet, you are down 4 units, you bet then 5 units. If your third bet wins, you make 15 units minus your investment so far of 1+3+5 = 9 units, thus 6 units.
If all three bets lose on that specific dozen, you accept the loss of 9 units and start the 1 3 5 progression again.
Here is a quick example on how this works, if we ignore the differential betting for a moment:
At the very first spin, you're betting 1 unit on each 3 dozens (which we won't do in db, as they wash). Number 6 or Dozen 1 comes, that dozen cashes 2 units, while the other two lose 1 unit. So the very first bet is always no gain.
Now that Dozen 1 has won, that finishes its progression and it starts from 1 unit over again, while the other two dozens that lost (2 and 3), place 3 units each.
At spin 2, number 5 or Dozen 1 comes again. Dozen 1 cashes 2 units and Dozens 2 and 3 both lose their 3 unit bets, a total of -4 for that spin.
Since Dozens 2 and 3 lost, they go to 5 units (the last step of the 1 3 5 progression) and Dozen 1 places a 1 unit bet for a new progression. Number 28 comes at spin 3, which is Dozen 3. Dozen 3 cashes 10 units, while Dozen 1 and 2 lose 1 and 5 units respectively. Total gain for this spin is 4 units. Our overall net now is even.
Both progressions on Dozen 2 and 3 are now over, the fact that they reached their 5 units. So they both bet now 1 unit at spin 4, while Dozen 1 bets 3 units, as the second step of its progression. Number 31 comes at spin 4, which is Dozen 3. So Dozen 1 loses 3 units, Dozen 2 loses 1 unit and Dozen 3 gains 2 units for a total of -2 unit for this spin. We are now at -2 units overall.
Each progression continues on each Dozen. Now, at spin 5, we bet 5 units on Dozen 1, 3 units on Dozen 2 and 1 unit on Dozen 3. Number 8 comes, which makes Dozen 1 win. We gain 10 unit on Dozen 1 and lose the 3 and 1 unit on the other Dozens for a total gain of 6 units for this Dozen, bringing our overall total to +4.
If you continue those 3 progressions this way, you will see that at one point you will be able to reach at least 10 units (12 in our case at the end of spin 25), which is our win target for the session and you leave that table with your profits.
Now, let's take differential betting and we will bet only on the difference of the bets, that is by subtracting the lowest bet for the other 2 dozens.
If, for instance, we need to bet 5 units on Dozen 1, 3 units on Dozen 2 and 1 unit on Dozen 3, as in spin 3 in the example below, we will subtract the lowest bet of 1 unit, which is on Dozen 3, from all Dozens and we will actually bet 4 units on Dozen 1, 3 units on Dozen 2 and nothing on Dozen 3, which will have exactly the same result if we bet the full units.
This is a great protection against the zeros, because we will always be placing 3 units less in each spin and if the zero comes we will save 3 units on that spin. You can see that at spin 5 below. Instead of losing 9 units, we lose only 6.
This also affects our overall results, the more zeros, the more 3 units we gain... And we reach our goal of 10 units at already spin 20, whereas without db we would have been still at +9 units.
This was the TD135 system, simple enough I hope and pretty efficient. An easy way of making a quick 10 units in roulette.
Now, I shall present the TD235 system, where there will be two differences from TD135, the first one being obviously the progression. Yes, it will be 2, 3, 5, instead of 1, 3, 5, but the major difference is the following:
Instead of completing small runs within the dozens, such as if you win your very first bet or second bet, the run is over and you start with 1 unit on that specific dozen, we will, instead, continue the 2, 3, 5 progression regardless of if we have won or lost any of those three bets.
The results will be very interesting, as we may win all three bets of the 2, 3, 5 progression or call it rather series, yielding a profit of 4+6+10 = 20 units on that specific dozen. Or at various times, you will win the 3 and/or 5 unit bets, while losing the 1 and/or 3 unit bets, etc.
Our goal again is to reach our +10 unit target as soon as possible. We will of course, use db again to protect against the zeros and place less units on the table.
Here's an example that fully illustrates this version:
Now, each spin has all three dozens betting 2, or 3 or 5 units. We even do that on the very first bet, so we will have different figures on each dozen. We will bet 2 units on Dozen 1, 3 units on Dozen 2 and 5 units on Dozen 3. Using differential betting, this translates into: nothing on Dozen 1, 1 unit on Dozen 2 (1 on D2) and 3 units on Dozen 3 (3 on D3) for the actual bets.
We can already see that this saves us 6 units on each spin, so the 0 that came at spin 5 brings our net to -5 instead of -11.
Number 25 comes up at spin 1, which is Dozen 3, cashing 6 units on Dozen 3 and losing 1 on Dozen 2, thus profiting +5 units right there.
Then we keep betting 2, 3, 5 units consecutively for each dozen from spin to spin, each following its own sequence. Since we started with 2, 3, 5 on each dozen at the very first spin, each spin will have different bets on each dozen. And we will be on the difference of each amount from spin to spin.
At spin 10 we reach +11 units, which terminates this session very quickly.
At times, we will have longer sessions, such as in the example below:
Regardless of the 30 unit drawdown, we still reach our target of 10 units + and complete our session at the end of spin 76.
If you noticed, because of db, we bet always on two dozens every time with 1 unit on one and 3 units on the other. And because we save 6 units each time a zero comes up, this may present a certain advantage.
This is actually the very first roulette system I have devised at the age of 18, when I was legal for gambling and won $475 at the Scheweningen casino (https://www.hollandcasino.nl/en/vestigingen/scheveningen) in Den Haag the capital of Netherlands, the very first time I tried it.
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