I'm going to have to say it again... So forgive me for suggesting that this is a money maker... It's a fun way of choosing RED or BLACK...
Ok... Now - I will not do the double up on the same colour over and over and over again until you hit the floor limit or until you run out of cash - that, I agree, doesn't work.
I account for zeros in the random number generator - the EXACT same way the casino does.
If you go in with the 'double on the same colour' mentality you've taken randomness out of the equation - you'll eventually lose (probably quicker than my way).
If you add randomness to the equation in a similar fashion to the randomness that occurs, you have a chance.
Their system can't beat randoms every time - their systems is able to beat systems!
Using logic you'd suggest you can't get it wrong 8 times in a row... This is NOT true - You have a 50/50 chance EVERY time (the reason I am writing 50/50 is because writing 48.6/51.4 just isn't as cute - I'm NOT discounting the single zero on European Roulette).
One thing you have to remember - the roulette game that is computer driven does not spin - it NEVER spins. It is 100% random designed with people's 'strategies' in mind.
So - randomness is the key to a small success - and spending LESS time at the table.
Hey, use the OLBG 3% rule... Make 3% per day and in 24 days you've doubled your money.
I love the greed factors... That is where the casino wins all the time.
If you're wanting to lose the zero and play Zero Roulette (at Betfair
) the BEST you can hope for is 31 cents (I assume in pounds it's the same) per spin.
The max on Zero Roulette is $40... Working backwards from $40 you end up with $0.31... Not the best odds for needing to risk $79.05!!!
Picking a $1 game you'll need $192...
And so on...
But being random is the ONLY edge you'll have... Because there is NO PROBABILITY that eventually your number will spin up - it's just highly unlikely that you'll get it wrong x amount of times.
I've read through other Roulette posts... And so many get very 'upitty' on people's systems. I need to stress, this is not a system but this is a random number generator that spins up a colour in a similar fashion to the casino online. Eventually... Yes, Eventually it will fail.
3% a day, not impossible... Small fry for many... But fun for some!