Posted by Ion Saliu on December 18, 2000.
In Reply to: Why not cover 35 roulette numbers? posted by JIM BAKER on December 18, 2000.
: With your Free System #1 why not cover 35 numbers instead of 34?
Obviously, playing more roulette numbers increases the winning probability. If you play the 35 numbers, the winning percentage increases, while the losing point goes farther into the future. Just apply FFG as described elsewhere on this site. There will be a higher chance you will win if you enter the casino, go to any roulette table, and play all the numbers but the last 3 unique (00 table). I say this because you give the impression you have the guts to play this type of high-adrenaline game. Moreover, you can track two or three tables at a time. Based on FFG, a unique number or a group of numbers repeats, in at least 50% of the cases, after a number of spins equal to or less than the median (i.e. for that probability p). So, if you saw a number (or a group of numbers, such as 34 or 35) come out recently, you'd better look to another table.
On the other hand, I prefer strategies involving fewer numbers. But, heck, nobody should expect me to present those strategies. There are limits. I learnt about them not long ago, when the police fined me painfully for driving above the speed limit, at night! Ten miles above, maybe 15. It hurt me, no kidding...
Best of luck!
Read another recent post. I don't want to offset the fine. I have two programs that let you play all the numbers, BUT the last from 3 up to 15 spins. I do not offer NO system, however. You simply use your brains, you don't need mine…
Roulette: Software, Content, Resources, Systems, Super Strategy.
See a comprehensive directory of the pages and materials on the subject of roulette, software, systems, and the Super Strategy.