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This classic roulette strategy by Jacques Inaudi originally is called
1:6 changing game with combined plus-minus-progression
(German: 1:6 Wechselspiel mit kombinierter Plus-Minus-Progression)

It waits for series of 3 times the same color,
or a 3 times changing phase.
Then it bets on its continuation.

The historic original System description in German language.

## step tree

As usual for pattern strategies, a step tree is useful to build the Inaudi Wechselmarsch:

```							X1
/R								B\
X2								X9
/R				\B				/R				\B
X3				X8				X10				X11
/R		\B		/R		\B		/R		\B		/R		\B
.12		X4		:16		X5!		X7!		:16		X6!		.12
.	/R		B\	.						.				.
.	:16		X5	:						:				.
.	/R		\B
:	X6		.12
/R		B\	.
X7		:16	.
/R		B\	.
.12		X4!	:
.
.
```

Xy = step, y = number, Xy! = existing step
R = Red, B = Black
. . . = bet the series
: . : = bet the changing series

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The Inaudi March has the concept
of waiting for triple sequence figures.

A similar principle is used in Kiljaeden's Roulette Strategy Color Chase.
He plays change and continuity as long as the color wins.

 Kiljaeden2 1

Inaudl method looks wonderful, the weakness of color chase method is when a streak in couples come out in succession (e.g. RRBBRRBB...).

Provided that the system has to check for three occurrences, I think the losses can be incredibly reduced, can't wait to see how this method works out.
Thanks for showing us this method trizero.