I find @ YouTube one good strategy but I want test first.

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pee_94 1 1 |

trizero youroul.com 79 698 |

I'll try to help you make the Mansurians Roulette Strategy.

How are the bet chances derived?

Looks like a loss progression?

I can not find these informations there. :-(

But it's played in Fun Mode which is no proof at all.

Every Roulette strategy has up swings over a limited time period.

More details are needed to make this one.

trizero

Thaer 0 6 |

trizero:How are the bet chances derived?

Looks like a loss progression?

Hi trizero,

Thank you for this great website. I really appreciate it.

I'm also interested in seeing this strategy tested. I've tested on a Canadian regulated casino with good results.

This is the sequence the guy gives 1-1-2-4-8-16-32-start from beginning. I don't know how he got it.

Another questions, from all the strategies that you have seen, is there any hope of winning in the long run?

Thank you,

Thaer

trizero youroul.com 79 698 |

Thaer:This is the sequence the guy gives 1-1-2-4-8-16-32-start from beginning . I don't know how he got it.

Hello Thaer,

there is already a long run topic.

What is the difficulty for you, setting this strategy up, as you tried it in the OC?

Just set it up and then notify it for publication.

I prefer making the tool instead of watching weird videos... ;-)

Best regards,

trizero

Thaer 0 6 |

trizero:What is the difficulty for you, setting this strategy up, as you tried it in the OC?

Just set it up and then notify it for publication.

Hi Trizero,

I'm still learning the platform.

There are three things that I'm having difficulties with:

1. Re-betting the same corner bets if I lose

2. Placing a new bet on the winning numbers corner

----(I've seen options where you can bet on Last, favorite etc. I know the solution could be in those options but I couldn't figure out how to use them.)

3. Applying the pattern of 1-1-2-4-8 etc

----(I guess I can do it with win+ and let the function determine the pattern)

Any help would be appreciated

Thank you, Thaer

trizero youroul.com 79 698 |

Can you describe the whole Mansurians Roulette Strategy thing?

You can get (one of) the winning corner with "last" or "Favorite" out of 1 spins.

If the loss progression is 1, 1, 2, 4, 8 .... then you must use factor x2 instead of + on win,

because of the two 1 bets in the beginning.

You could also use discrete steps for every bet.

Good luck!

Thaer 0 6 |

trizero:Can you describe the whole Mansurians Roulette Strategy thing?

Hi Trizero,

The strategy is simple:

1. After the first spin, lets say 5 comes up. You place 1 unit on corner 1,2,4,5

2. After that, lets say 8 comes up. You place 1 unit on the previous corner (1,2,4,5) and 1 unit on corner 7,8,10,11

3. After that, lets say 35 comes up. You place 2 units on the previous two corners (1,2,4,5 and 7,8,10,11) and 2 units on 31,32,34,35

-- if you win you start over: betting 1 unit on the previous winning corner (31,32,34,35) --

4. After that, lets say 17 comes up. You place 4 units on the previous three corners (1,2,4,5 / 7,8,10,11 31 / 32,34,35) and 4 units on 13,14,16,17

-- if you win you start over: betting 1 unit on the previous winning corner (13,14,16,17) --

5. After that, you double until 7 consecutive losses. After 7 consecutive losses you start over.

Notes:

* A corner is defined as in the following picture: (not available anymore)

--- (for example the corner for 5 is 1,2,4,5 NOT 2,5,3,6 or 5,6,8,9)

* If zero comes up you bet on a random corner

* After 5th consecutive loss, you don't recover your whole bet but a percentage of it. (You don't win after the 5th loss but you try to recover some of your money)

--Side note: After 1000 spins on a regulated OC, I noticed that the average for winning is 3.47 consecutive bets. Also, you win 90% of bets within 5 consecutive bets.

I hope this explains the strategy.

Thank you,

Thaer

trizero youroul.com 79 698 |

Thaer:5. After that, you double until 7 consecutive losses. After 7 consecutive losses you start over.

Hello Thaer, thanks for this good and nearly complete explanation.

To 5: which corners do we bet on?

The 4 corners that we had in 4.

Or always the 4 corners that came up in the 4 spins ahead?

I don't understand your picture:

Which corner includes e.g. the number 6 or 27?

Your experience of 1000 spins is not long.

You will need much more spins to get a significant result for a corner strategy.

Best regards,

trizero

Thaer 0 6 |

1. To 5: We bet on the four corners that we had in 4, PLUS the three that going to come up ahead ((thus 7 consecutive losses))

2. The corner for 6 is 2,3,5,6 and the corner for 27 is 26,27,29,30

3. Yes, I know. That's why I'm trying to make it on here.

Side Note: some times 2 bets will be on the same number for example if 2 and 6 come up, the bets will be on corner 1,2,4,5 and 2,3,5,6

Thank you,

Thaer

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