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Mar 20, 2017
Testing roulette system

Testing Roulette Systems - 7 Corners System

This roulette system is comparable for example with the Shaun betting system. The canvas is covered a very impressive way, and moreover, there is a big chance to win. But is it really like that?

The game called the Seven Corners is a quite simple game. You bet 7 units in the way that the seven following foursomes are always covered by one unit as following: 0 – 1 – 2 – 3, 4 – 5 – 7 – 8, 11 – 12 – 14 – 15, 16 – 17 – 19 – 20, 23 – 24 – 26 – 27, 28 – 29 – 31 – 32, 32 – 33 – 35 – 36.   So you have covered these 27 numbers, and the number 32 is covered in two corners (twice).  Now you have to wait as long as the roulette hits your numbers to make a profit of 2 units. In the case of the number 32, you can make a bonus of 10 units instead of just 2.

What do the Statistics say?

It is no problem to calculate an expected profit.  You can reach a profit of 2 units per 26 numbers, on one number you can win 10 units and you can have a loss of 7 units per 10 numbers. So the expected profit is calculated as follows: 26/37 * 2 + 1/37 * 10 – 10 / 37 * 7) * 100 = minus 21, 62 units. Therefore this system should go below zero.

Unfortunately, the system went completely and evidently below zero. We also have attempted to apply a progression. After each loss, we increased the bet size until we made a profit (by using the linear progression, we increased the bet size by one unit and by using the Martingale progression, we doubled the bet size).

So it did not appear to be successful. Using the linear progression was not powerful enough to result from it in a plus and on the contrary using the Martingale progression this system reached really big values. Therefore this system is not playable in the long term.

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