# Casino Roulette system works?

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1. ### Alexanderia0007Junior Member

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I saw this system for a roulette game: where basically the odds of winning are 50%.

And when you win, you double your money.

So basically say you put 1\$ on RED/BLACK, the roulette spins and its either 1 or the other. If you lose, you lose your 1\$, if yuo win you get 2\$ back.

Now if you lose, you do the same thing again, but this time you put double the initial amount: 2\$, if you win, you get all the money you put in - BACK (1 + 2# = 3\$), plus the extra 1\$. If you lose, then next time put in 4\$ and keep doubling it every time you lose untill you get a win (usualy after 4-5 spins max). Ergo, as long as you keep doubling untill you win - when you do win youll make all the money you invested - BACK - PLUS an additional 1\$.

So I was wondering if this system actually works, because I tried it out on party poker: I started at 10\$, I won about 17, thne I ran out of cash on my 4rth spin and went back down to 2\$, then I got back to 7, and ran out again. But It seems if you make a deposit of say, 500\$, you are rpetty guranteed to not run out of money, since the odds of losing more than 10 times in a row on a 50% chance game seem almost impossible.

Anyone tried this?

2. ### ximscreamingxPower Member

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What you are describing is the Martingale system. You will surely lose your money. You will actually lose your using any "betting system"

Please stop posting gambling systems on this forum... We're black hatters, not degenerate gamblers.

3. ### Alexanderia0007Junior Member

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I am not a gambler, I just stumbled across this and was wondering whether it works or not: mathematically and statistically if you have unlimited funds, then you would theoretically never lose a penny. But anyway thank you for the information.

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Well.. mathematically it would work if you had unlimited funds and no table limit. However in the real world, there is usually a table limit of 100x the lowest bet. So effectively you wouldn't be able to double up after the 7th bet. All casinos know this and they keep tight table limits to twart betting systems.

I didn't mean to call you a degenerate gambler... Just don't want to see you lose any money. Read as much info on here as you can. You can make more money with internet marketing than anyone will ever make gambling. Hell, you can make more money with IM than even the winner of the WSOP main event.

Good luck...

5. ### Alexanderia0007Junior Member

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Yes, I am trying to, I have even opened a new website today: acaihealth.info, and In process of setting up a few blogs.

But it seems hard work and I dont/havent seen any return for weeks now.

Well, thanks for the heads up buddy.

6. ### blkhatmanRegistered Member

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IM is like gambling, as you read posts and try different IM systems you'll see few make lots of money and mostly won't see returns on their investment.

7. ### dosephRegistered Member

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Ya, you'll always win. I already have millions of dollars sitting around just from this betting system. I SWEAR!

8. ### jmhmediaJunior Member

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Although the odd of losing 10x in a row are "almost impossible" they are not IMPOSSIBLE. It will happen at some point and as XIM said that is why their are max bet table limits.
This is a very old technique.

Also, you have to take into account "0" and sometimes "00" - this puts the percentage from 50/50 to the casinos favor over long term.

It's possible, but it's not a sure thing but I will say having some sort of method while playing is better than no method and just throwing your chips out there.

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