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Get Rich or Die Trying System

Discussion in 'Casino Gaming' started by curiousone, Feb 23, 2013.

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  1. curiousone

    curiousone Newbie

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    I call this the “Get Rich or Die Trying” system because if I lose a lot of money, my wife will kill me.

    When this works, it really works. And, when it doesn’t work, it really doesn’t work. You need a decent bankroll to play this way.

    The premise of this is to bet what just happened, every way possible. I will use an example.

    The previous roll was 10 black. We will now bet this every way possible.

    I bet each of these to win the same amount, except the number bet straight up, I put a larger amount on it, because I have a bankroll to support it. In this case, I would bet the 10 5 units or maybe more. You could also just bet 1 unit on each or something in between.

    I also use a progression on anything that loses. You usually win a few of these, so the progression works fairly well. Keeping up with how much to bet on the next spin is a pain because you have 14 bets to track. I just use large colored paper and I have ‘WINNING ROULETTE SYSTEM” printed on the top of the page, the casino employees just smile at this and let me use my pen and paper.

    Here are the next bets, if the previous spin was 10 black:

    10
    Black
    1 to 18
    First 12
    Even
    12 numbers (the first 2-1 bet at the bottom, starts at 1, ends at 34)
    2 number bets, split:
    10-7
    10-11
    10-13
    4 number bets, corners:
    7-8-10-11
    10-11-13-14
    6 number line bets:
    7-8-9-10-11-12
    10-11-12-13-14-15
    3 number line bet:
    10-11-12
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    not even worth the time to read through this.

    The NEXT spin has ZERO to do with the last spin.

    ZERO.

    It is a new spin.
     
  3. curiousone

    curiousone Newbie

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    nostresshere, yes I know that. There is no system that beats roulette. The last number spun has nothing to do with the next number. I just use this as the way to pick a number. I could also use my wife's age or my shoe size.

    This is a fun way to play when it works.
     
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  4. TRN

    TRN High-Roller

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    I watched roulette for the first time (didn't play) when I was out in Vegas last week. Good people watching as people think they have the rhythm of the wheel down, and they lunge to drop those chips. I watched a guy who was waiting for 6 red or black in a row so he could bet hundreds on the other color. Finally happened, 6 reds in a row, he bets $500 on black, and 00 comes up. That was some good entertainment which didn't cost me a thing :)

    Back to the original post - you're really putting all your eggs in one basket so to speak... Guess that's why you've named this system the way you did though!!
     
  5. Buddha

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    I hardly know where to begin ....

    1) Every one of those bets individually has a 5.26% house advantage.

    2) You admit that you need a sizeable bankroll to run this system, and you can go broke as easily as being successful. That's a "doomsday" theory.

    3) You describe some of your bets as a "progression" ... when progression betting will rarely work because it increases the speed of your losses ... just like some people have seriously failed, attempting to use the "Martingale" system.

    4) Anybody can "sometimes" win with some type of "system", but in the end it is all luck ... and usually a loss of your limited bankroll.

    5) There's an old saying ... "A **** and his money are soon parted."

    Good Luck !!
     
  6. JimboS

    JimboS Low-Roller

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    Have you actually tried this system in a casino or online? How did it go?
     
  7. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Sorry if I came across a little rough. Every few weeks somebody comes along with a "system" to win at roulette and will defend it no matter what anyone says. The whole thing is somewhere between funny and sad. In this case - I did not read it all and just figured it was another "system".
     
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  8. mnotdun

    mnotdun Newbie

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    Dude.. good system. And as long as you believe in it, it doesn't matter what the guy next to you says, or what law of averages they're citing..

    The ONLY thing that matters is that that hairs stand up on the back of your neck when that wheel is spinnin'.. if thats happenin' then you're good to go..
     
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