Even Chance Switcher

“Even money bets. Either the Run Strategy (you bet the same as the last result) or the Switch Strategy (you bet the opposite of the last result). ”
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As you might expect from the name, this roulette system is played on the even chance bets (actually it’s more accurate to say the even money bets as remember, even when you bet red or black the green zero (or zeros in American Roulette) can come in, which means that you lose the odd bet whatever you are betting- this is where the casino gets its house edge).

So… pick your even chance bet (red/black, even/odd, hi/low) etc.
You are going to pick between 2 even money strategies here:

1. The Run Strategy (you bet the same as the last result).
2. The Switch Strategy (you bet the opposite of the last result).
It doesn’t matter which strategy you go for, the important thng is that you stick with one until you finish your mini session (see below)

Make sure you have a pen and paper to hand and start to record your results (or a spreadsheet open in another window).
Make a note of your wins in one column and your losses in another, and keep a runnig score of the difference between your losses and wins. This is a negative progression system like The Martingale (bets increase after a loss to claw back profits) that is triggered by hitting various scores on the difference between your losses and wins.
Eg

W
W
L
L
W
L

etc etc
You start your betting at 1.
When you have 4 more losses that wins (say 4 wins and 8 losses or 3 wins and 7 losses), continue on the same strategy, but increase your bet to 2. Continue with your increased stake until you get back into overall profit, at which stage you decrease the bet back down to 1 unit).

If the difference between your wins and losses hits 8, increase your bets to 3 chips(+1 more) until, again, you get back into profit, then drop back down to 1
So
Losses-Wins<4: bet 1 chip
Losses-Wins = 4: bet 2 chips
Losses-Wins = 8: bet 3 chips
Losses-Wins = 12: bet 4 chips

If your wins are greater than your losses, just bank the money at the starter bet (ie 1)
If you have to progress your bets and then manage to get back into profit, start again with your pan and paper and track the difference between the wins and losses from that point.

What we like about this strategy:
The progression is alot smoother than some others we have seen. If you have a Pace Maker, you won’t run the batteries out quite as fast as if you were playing The Martingale (for example).

A Reality Check For You
It’s now time to smell some coffee. This system isn’t going to improve the odds you get at the casino, any more than The Martingale, The Fibonacci, or The Mother Teresa ( I made that last one up obviously). The casino will still have its house edge. It may help you to ride your luck for longer. Just remember though, that if you play all night and all long, the casino will win, so have a good exit strategy (either for taking profits or limiting losses). Ride your luck and quit while you are ahead- make a tight plan for this before you hit the tables, and stick to it like with Super Glue.

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Reviewed July 16, 2015

Less aggressive than the martingale, but you may not get your losses back. I had fun testing this out with low risk bets

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type Medium Risk
cost Free
progression Repeater