In Dominant Dozens, you are looking for winning streaks on the Dozens bet, and you insure yourself (to a certain degree) by betting on two out of the three columns.
Here is the theory:
First of all sit it out for 5 to 10 spins to see if which 2 dozens have come up the most often. Once you have chosen your 2, you set yourself a betting unit. This can be anything within the table limits, but make sure you have got room for manouevre, as you will be applying a progression onto the bet, so don’t go too close to the table maximum.
Lets say we kick off with a 5 bet for example.
Bet 5 on each column and wait for the wheel spin and the ball to drop into a pocket.
You are going to apply a D’Alembert Progression onto the dozen that wins first , that is to say, if your bet wins you are going to nudge it up a unit, and if it loses you are going to nudge it down a unit.
Don’t go below your starting betting unit. The aim to to maximise the profit on any winning sequence while giving yourself some insurance on losses. (Remember the third column could keep coming up though, and you are not covered on this example).
Does this actually work? Well, like all systems, it is not going to improve your overall odds, but by all means use it to put some method into your play. Set yourself a profit target and stop loss target before you start.
These kind of systems do reduce your risk somewhat as you are covering a greater area of the table. But the payout is also going to be lower, so it can be difficult to get any momentum going on a system like this. If you win, you will also have to cover the loss on the other dozen bet (but then again the winning bet does payout at 2:1).
However, you might land a result on the dozen you haven’t covered. The idea is to hit a winning streak on your “Hot” D’Alembert dozen so that there is clear water between your winning stake and your insurance stake.
Switch your hot dozen around when you feel that you have exhausted the winning streak.