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Roulette Statistics & Prediction has four built in betting
strategies or you can choose to use your own.
This isn't really a strategy at all because it simply places the same bet
for each and every bet the software triggers. We call it the control
strategy because it allows you to see differing results of simply
betting the same amount against using any other betting strategy.
The Martingale system is the oldest system ever but in it's raw form is
not very successful.
Roulette Statistics & Prediction uses a very much
modified form of this popular strategy.

The Martingale system uses the simple technique of doubling the
stake on a losing bet until it wins. In theory you can never lose, in
practise you lose. The reason why you lose is quite simple Take this

You stake 1 chip on EVEN and it loses so you stake 2 chips on EVEN
and it loses again. Now you stake 4 chips on EVEN and it loses again.
If you hit a bad losing streak by the time you get to eight loses in a
row you are staking 256 chips just to gain 1 chip in profit. Lose
another two times and you could be over the casinos roulette table
limit and you've lost all your cash. The thing is the odds of hitting an
eight losing EVEN streak is not very high. In fact it's the same odds as
the amount you have to stake, 256 to 1.

So what modification to the Martingale betting strategy does the
software do to try to prevent high stakes for very small returns?

First it uses what we call a trigger mechanism.

You can set the number of times a bet has to lose before the computer
activates the bet. Lets say that you set the trigger for the EVEN bet to
12. Now before you stake anything in order to lose 12 times in a row
the bet has already hit the 1 in 4096 mark. So now the bet is made,
say 1 chip. The odds of losing on the next spin have now risen to 1 in
8192. Now of course this is still not a huge number but it a much
better starting point than 1 in 2. However lets say the bet does lose
for a further 4 times in a row. The odds for that happening are 1 in
131072. By using our trigger system the stake has risen to just 16
chips on the next bet which has the odds of 262144 to 1 of losing. If
you lose that bet then you've really hit a bad losing streak run so the
software can try to limit your loses by using a capping technique.

You can set a cap the number of times the doubling occurs on a
particular type of bet before the bet is reset. So let's say you set the
cap to 3. The maximum you would lose before the bet is reset is just 7

The other method in force applies to any betting strategy you use
where you can set the maximum stake you want to place on any given
bet to, say 50 chips before giving you the choice of what to do next.
Either increase the maximum stake limit or reduce the stake.

The other thing to bear in mind that the system doesn't only monitor
say ODD or EVEN bet triggers. It monitors over 100 possible roulette
bets and you can set which bets you want to be triggered without
having to keep track yourself. The system knows what the stake was
last time and tells you exactly what to bet next. Simple.
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