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    Smile The Best I have seen in 20 years in the business.

    Please find the flaw... The system deals with unequal distribution. Out of 38 consecutive spins. What do you think the odds are of all numbers on a roulette layout hitting, one time each, and everyone of them hitting, missing no numbers? Not going to happen! So then usually you will have some during this clocked span that do not show up at all, and some that show up three and four times. So then the sytem is quite easy. Your margin of safety is how long you wait to spring into action. Out of 38 spins (represention 1 -36, plus the two green zeros) if you wait till 15 to 20 spins, with no repeat numbers, and then only bet the numbers that show up two times or more.. with no more that (4) working numbers. You should be in the right place, at the right time for a 35 to 1 payoff. Ah, yes... but the roulette wheel has no memory. It has nothing to do with memory. More like the law of unequal distribution, and what should happen... most of the time. What do you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by evenmoney View Post
    Please find the flaw... The system deals with unequal distribution. Out of 38 consecutive spins. What do you think the odds are of all numbers on a roulette layout hitting, one time each, and everyone of them hitting, missing no numbers? Not going to happen! So then usually you will have some during this clocked span that do not show up at all, and some that show up three and four times. So then the sytem is quite easy. Your margin of safety is how long you wait to spring into action. Out of 38 spins (represention 1 -36, plus the two green zeros) if you wait till 15 to 20 spins, with no repeat numbers, and then only bet the numbers that show up two times or more.. with no more that (4) working numbers. You should be in the right place, at the right time for a 35 to 1 payoff. Ah, yes... but the roulette wheel has no memory. It has nothing to do with memory. More like the law of unequal distribution, and what should happen... most of the time. What do you think?
    If it is such a sure thing why post it here, why not just go play the system and take your winnings laughing all the way to the bank?

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