The system is based on the dozens bets and is played across up to twelve online roulette sites. His aim is to win around 4 a day off each site which he reckons takes him between 2 and 3 hours a day.
We have tested this system on the French Roulette at Ladbrokes, Virgin & Will Hill.
The overall name of the game here is to spend as little time on each individual site as possible, with the theory that the longer you stay, the more likely it is that the casino will claw back any profits or sink you into a hole from which you’ll find it difficult to extract yourself.
He has signed up at all of the major online casino sites that are available in the UK, such as William Hill, Ladbrookes, Littlewoods, 888, Spin city, Ballroom, Virgin etc, and prefers to play the system on sites where you can spin without betting.
Here is the summary:
You spin the wheel until 3 consecutive numbers from one dozen have occurred ie 1,12,5. So, to be clear write down the numbers in all of the dozens and seperate them off into 3 boxes. If you land in one box 3 times in a row, you have a green light to start betting.
You then bet 1 on each of the two other dozens.
A win nets you 1. Continue until you are 4 up then switch sites.
If you go 4 down, switch sites.
Statistically, of course, you are no more likely to improve your luck on one site versus another, but who are we to say that if this works for him? Actually, the best part of this strategy, in our opinion, is his strict “Hit and Run” technique. By that we mean having a fixed point at which you leave the table (in this case to another casino) when you are either ahead with profit or down with a loss.
One of the most famous gamblers on the planet, the late Kerry Packer (the Australian media tycoon), used exactly this philosophy when playing on the baccarat tables in Vegas. His idea was always to bet big for a short period of time, and either run off quickly with the winnings before the casino could claw it back, or cut short his losses.