Single Colour 5 Number Clockwise

“Bet straight up on 5 numbers of the same colour on the wheel, going clockwise from the last number to hit (the anchor). ”
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This is a system that was originally posted on the forum, and who the poster (a certain mrsystem- we said we would give him his 5 minutes of fame!) has given us permission to reproduce.

We can’t say that we were particularly bowled over by it when we first saw it, as it is one of many “memory systems” that hinge on the outcome of a roulette spin having something to do with previous spins (and if you read around the systems pages you will know our views on that by now). But having said that, we quite like the strict money management that mrsystem uses on this system, and we’ve played it a couple of times and finished the session up….so maybe we just fluked it or something, I don’t know.

Just dip in and out with this system- play it once during a sesion. Certainly don’t use it a 3 hour system or whatever.

Here’s the system. It’s pretty easy to understand and is based on making 5 lots of single number bets.

Bet straight up on 5 numbers, (flat betting)- you are fishing for a 35:1 pay out. You select your 5 numbers by choosing 5 numbers of the same colour on the wheel, going clockwise from the last number. Quite a few online casinos have a racetrack betting area next to the standard roulette betting layout which makes it easier to do this.

Actually what we do, is to print out these roulette numbers, then you just run your finger down the list to work out what the next 5 numbers are going to be. It’s quick and easy.

If you are playing live roulette, just sit out one spin to get your “Anchor Number”. if you are playing on a RNG wheel (ie virtual roulette), you’ll need to generate a result, so make a minimum bet on an even number bet (say red or black) to throw up a number. Then off you go.

Let’s run through an example. Play this on European Roulette whells with one zero.
Let’s say I am playing Virgin Casino. I opt to play Roulette Players Suite and make my primer bet of 1 on black to generate an Anchor Number.

I spin the wheel, and Black 31 comes up. Virgin Roulette has a racetrack layout on it betting table making it easy to generate my 5 single number bets going clockwise from the last number.
So I bet on Black 22, 29, 28, 35 and 26.

On your next bet, repeat.

The only time that you need to do anything different, is when the zero pops in. In this scenario, you cannot use the zero as an anchor number as it is neither black or red, so repeat your initial bet and make a minimum bet on an even numbers bet to generate another Anchor number and off you go.

Money Management
This is the bit of the system we particularly like. It is your responsibility to set your own limits of course, but adapting mrsystem’s technique, you would play with a bankroll of 205 and make 5 bets on the single numbers (25 a spin).

This give you enough room to cover 8 losses in a row from the start, plus a bit more to cover 1 primer bets to generate your anchor numbers (you won’t need this if you are playing live roulette of course.

Keep playing for 8 spins unless you double your money- in this case stop and take the money. If you have 50% profit after 8 spins, bank the original stake of 205 and play on with the rest..

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