I've bought and read your wonderful book. As you can see I'm very interested in Super Roulette Strategy.
I don't understand how to apply method below? Do I have to apply it together with Super roulette strategy? Or is it another approach? How to decide which number will be the next?
What about repeaters and zero?
StD represents the good ole standard deviation. You can see the statistical standard deviation for the Hamburg data file in the previous report: 11. The real results file has about 8,000 roulette spinsóa significantly high amount of data for roulette. However, I calculate the FFG deviation as I remarked in the chapter dedicated to standard deviation. The FFG deviation represents the number of trials, N, for a degree of certainty equal to 25% for any probability, p.We calculate p at roulette as 1/37 (single zero) or 1/38 (double zero). The FFG deviation is the same: 11.
Spin In/De StD D12 D13 D23 K12 K13 K23
21 + -* + - + +
4 - - + +** - + + -
17 + - +* - + + - +
4 - - + + - + + -
15 + + + - + - + +*
22 + + + - +* + + -
23 + + + -* + + - +
20 - + + -* + + - +
8 - - + +** - + - +
33 + - - + + - +* +
I use the FFG deviation as a betting parameter. This parameter can be applied only in conjunction with the In/De parameter. I must determine first if the next roulette number will be an increase or a decrease. Letís look at the real number 15, which was a winning situation for me. I expected an increase, and I was right. I also expected the increase to be within FFG deviation.
I had failed in the previous spin: 4 represented a decrease from 17, but the difference was 13. Therefore, it was outside the standard deviation of 11. This time, number 15 was an increase of 11 from the previous spin (number 4). I had lost 11 units in the previous spin. I paid 11 more for this spin, but this time I won 36: a profit of 14.
I applied this StD method four times in this particular span of 10 spins. I won twice and failed twice. I should have increased my bet after a failure, but I didnít. The method still gained a $140 profit (14 x 2 x $5).
The * sign marks the betting situations on the double dozens or columns. The columns are harder to track as they donít consist of contiguous numbers. Hence, my betting on the Ks was lighter. Also, my focus was on the StD parameter. I started casually with the $5 minimum bet in theD13 double dozen. I lost. I triple-martingaled the next spin and won (the ** means a martingale step). Next, I bet on a long streak of D12. It was long, indeed, but I bet only once on it. As earlier in this section, the p=2/3 parameters do encounter long winning streaks at times. It happens to at least one of such parameters within the same range of analysis (roulette spins).