Nothing Repeats for Ever


Dormant account
Mar 14, 2009
Here I will explain a simple line of reasoning that may develop into a system, pending on everybodys imagination. This reasoning is based either on inevitable facts or on facts that cannot be repeated in perpetuity.

In previous posts I have explained my attitude regarding roulette systems that can be obtained either for free or for a payment on the Internet. If you decide to employ the following system I would urge you to repress old gambling habits and just apply in a professional manner what you are about to learn. If I had to evaluate the following system according to end results, I would give a 7 out of 10 and mind you, this is the highest mark I have ever given to a system found on Internet.

The roulette is a random number generating engine. It produces numbers constantly and thats necessarily leads to pattern repetition. A simple pattern could be to generate the same category of numbers, i.e. even numbers. I have seen a roulette producing as many as 24 even numbers in the row.

An attitude share by all players in the world is to follow the trend. Does the roulette give even numbers? Just follow its whim for as long as it last and you will be on the plus side, unless you are the last one to find out , resulting in at least one loosing bet.

In general, if you follow the above strategy then you are a trend follower and most players that use past data in their betting strategy are followers. Still, there are some players that although they take past data under consideration they bet against the revealed pattern and are named accordingly breakers.

If I had to choose a similar betting strategy I would choose to be a breaker.

Using breaking gives a bigger confidence in our bets since the breaker can bet against a bigger range of patterns that cannot go on for ever. But better to give an example:

Let us assume that a roulette has generated the following pattern: r, r, r, b, b, b, r, (a red/black example). On the 8th turn a breaker will bet on black. If he is not successful then the matrix will look like: r, r, r, b, b, b, r, r and the breaker will double his bet on black. If he does not succeed again then the matrix will look like: r, r, r, b, b, b, r, r, r and the breaker will double his bets again only this time betting on red.

Doubling your bets is not considered the best betting strategy and following 4 unsuccessful attempts you should abort and wait for a new pattern to arise in order to start a new betting set. Otherwise you run a huge risk of loosing the full betting capital.

There are more complicated combinations than red/black. Odd/even together with colors, columns, dozens, areas so on and so forth and the more complicated the combination the faster it will break.

It is therefore advisable to play only against complicated combinations, to start your bets after the 7th event appearance (from my own personal experience after the 7th appearance events are more certain) and strictly follow the rule of maximum four doublings. Divide your capital in such a manner that will allow you to play 5 sets daily, taking under consideration the maximum number of doublings. Of course the starting chip is your own, personal choice.

If you follow the above strategy without any deviations then it is most likely that you will find yourself on the plus side at the end of the month. It goes without saying that you should never apply this strategy on an algorithm based online casino. You should either bet on an online live casino or in a real one.
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Dormant account
Jun 20, 2001
Turn right, then right. then right again
The outcome of a roulette spin in a live casino is COMPLETELY random and NOT influenced by any previous or future spins.

Hence, you cannot predict its outcome.

If you could, you wouldnt be here posting - you would be on a yacht in the Bahamas.

Given that these are irrefutable facts, what you are saying is nonsense.


Nurses love to give shots
Dec 16, 2004
Palm Bay Florida
I see this system for gambling stuff and I think of Croupier :lolup: And I bet some of you remember him too.
The only people that Win with a system is the people that sell it and not the player.
I keep trying to sell my book "How to Win all the time gambling" for $59.00 but the people tell me they rather take that $59.00 & try to win with that and not buy the book.:lolup:
To some they have a system but it's not my bag to play someone's system to win.
If everyone had The Winning System all the casino's in the World would have to close it's doors.
It's only my two cents that's all.


Paleo Meister (means really, really old)
May 29, 2004
No system, no matter how complicated, can beat a game of chance. It's as simple as that. Anyone who buys into a system that claims it can, arguably deserves to be parted with their money :)

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