3D-RB 3 Dozens Relative Betting Roulette System

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"a very powerful system derived from the famous IBS system applied on Dozen bets in Roulette"

3 Dozens Relative Betting Roulette System
by Izak Matatya

"winning sessions are +100 units each"

The idea behind this system was born from customer feedback.  A very happy purchaser and user of the famous IBS2.1 system requested the development of a system based on dozens in Roulette, where one could use the IBS strategy to be applied on each dozen at the same time and thus triple the profits.  IBS2.1 has been proven to generate profits even after 1.47 millions of decisions.

After extensive research and with further improvement on the IBS betting method and in order to be able to use it on single dozens in Roulette, I came up with a very powerful strategy using an up as you win concept.

As you know, dozens and columns in Roulette pay 2:1 and increasing your bets while you're winning on them can be very beneficial, as implemented in 3D-RB. 

RB, which stands for relative betting, is also a new betting concept, where bets are made relative to winning bets.  The more a certain set of dozens show up, the more your bets are increased and the more profits they make.  Reversely, the less the dozens show up, the less bets are placed on them, thus reducing any potential losses.

As a matter of fact, 3D RB capitalizes on the dominant dozens and places no bets on the sleeping dozens.  All this is achieved automatically, by simply following the system's instructions.  If a dozen has slept say for quite a few spins, you can be sure that no bets have been placed on them.  So the system adjusts itself relative to the appearance of the dozens or columns in roulette and profits become exponential.

3D-RB is not a grind system, where the goal is to make 1 unit per session.  It is possible to achieve 180 units per 100 spins, averaging more than 1.8 units per spin. 

3D-RB is so powerful, that it works with multiple money management methods.  You can set your own win targets and loss limits and you will get a strongly performing result outcome. 

With the system document, you will also receive a simulator that automates the entire system.  Within the simulator, you will be able to enter your win target and loss limit that you would like to set as a parameter and with one click you will be able to see the results for yourselves.  You will be able to fine tune the system to your own needs and your own betting style according to your own budget.

The system document illustrates various money management methods, all with outstanding success.  The one I prefer sets a win target of +100 units per run and a loss limit of -1 unit for that run, meaning that you reset your bets the moment you are in the negative and start a new run aiming for that +100 unit run and you go for it twice during your playing session. 

This is similar to a reverse strategy of a grind system, where you have multiple sessions of +1 unit and a loss can wipe out your small accumulated wins, whereas in 3D-RB, your +100 unit winning run greatly compensates for all small losses incurred up until your great profit hits.

Tested also over the Zumma tester book, one makes +185 units within the first 173 spins, having hit the +100 unit runs twice as per instructed by the system.   No matter at which entry point one starts applying the system, one is likely to hit the +100 unit run twice within a range of 150-200 spins.  The losing of -1 unit session is not necessarily within 1 spin, as it will also occur while aiming for the +100 unit target.  That means that by the time you will reach your +100 unit target, you may have a drawdown that does not exceed -30 units from cumulative small losing runs. 

All the test runs have been documented in the system including the Zumma runs.

You will greatly enjoy the power and flexibility of 3D-RB. 

The bankroll requirement for 3D-RB is also not much, since it's an up as you win system.  The highest bet you will ever place will never exceed 20 units.  And since we are in an up as you win system, if you ever reach a 20 unit bet, that means you have been very profitable, as the higher the bets go, the more you win. 

The bankroll requirement will also depend on the money management method you chose.  If you chose a win target of say +10 units versus a loss limit of say -50 units, you should definitely have at least 100 units to play, so you can give the system a chance to have 2 consecutively losing sessions.  I would rather select a lower loss limit, such as not more than -10 units, so a bankroll of say 50 units will be sufficient to withhold any number of losing runs.  As mentioned before, the win targets and loss limits of the system are set by the player and the performance will be illustrated in the simulator.  The system document will provide the most recommended money management parameters, based on thousands of tests and real play results.

The system document is not more than 36 pages, that you need to study well in order to fully understand the power and flexibility of the system.  Once you have a good grasp of the system, you will be ready to fly with it. 

You can purchase 3D-RB for as low as $430, which is negligible next to the profits it's going to make you.  You will probably cover your cost within the first few hours of your play.  You have a money back guarantee based on your full satisfaction, and you can ask for a refund within 30 days of your purchase, if the system doesn't perform for you the way it should, no questions asked and no strings attached. 


Thank you,
Izak Matatya



Frequently Asked Questions on 3D-RB
3 Dozens Relative Betting Roulette System
by Izak Matatya

  1. Hi Izak,

    Have you used roulette xtreme to test your system?  Also what are the chances of making $2,500 using $1000 as a bankroll?

    A. No, I haven't used Roulette X-treme. 3D-RB has its own simulation built specifically to show the performance of this particular system using various money management options.

    The chances of making $2500 using $1000 bankroll is very high. It will very much depend on your bet units and how you set your win target and loss limit. For instance, if you set your unit size to $100, you will need 25 units to accomplish this goal. You will be able to reach this by setting your win target to say +30 units with a loss limit of -5. Those parameters can generate 60 units per your play session.

    On the more aggressive bet unit side, you can set your bet unit to $1000 and set your win target to +1 unit and loss limit to -1 unit. Those parameters can bring you 5 units per your session with no difficulty.

    3D-RB allows you lots of flexibility to achieve your goal.
  2. Hi Izak,

    A very intriguing concept. I am anxious to give it a whirl! I would appreciate answers to the following questions. Thanks.

    How practical is 3D-RB to play in B&M casino, and does one need paper and pencil?
  3. 3D-RB is very practical in all environments, on-line and brick-and-mortar casinos.  You can keep track of your bets in memory with a little bit of training and you can keep track of your net balance by means of stack of chips, too.

    Q. Is 3D-RB a long term winner and specifically how many decisions have been tested/played, and what result?
  4. 3D-RB has been tested over thousands of sessions. You need to comply to its requirements to play say 2 runs of +100 unit runs per session. Then you can make a lot of profits. It's not designed to play continuously. Only with the former option, it's a long run winner. Different results are obtained based on different money management options, which are all documented in the system document.

    Q.Based on selecting +20 unit win target and loss limit -2 units, what are the following: (a.) Lifetime bankroll requirements (b.) Session bankroll requirements. (c) Win/Loss ratio per session ( on average) (d) Win/Loss per hour of play (on average) assuming 40 spins per hour. (e) Worst scenario encountered tested/playing with a variety of parameters, as well as +20 win, -2 unit loss.
  5. I plugged in the parameters you specified in the simulator. A +20 win target with a loss limit of -2 unit per run makes about 100 units per 500 spins, averaging 1 unit per 5 spins. The drawdown was -40 units. I would use a session bankroll of 50 units and 200 units for a lifetime bankroll. The win/loss ratio seems to be about 8 losing runs for 1 winning one. The losing run may end up being between 2-4 units and the winning run may be 20-28 units. The hourly rate depends on where you play. On-line, with the quick spin option, you can have 1 decision every 5 seconds. In B&M you should account for a spin every 2 minutes. Once a minute on a regular table and about 3-4 minutes per spin on a crowded table. Don't use crowded tables. Worst scenario was losing 150 units and best scenario was gaining 220 units within 1000 spins.
  6. Izak, You stated above that with a 20 unit win target you will loose about 8 games for every win. You also indicated your average loss of between 2 and 4 units. If you take a average of 3units loss times 8 games that's a loss of 24 for every win of 20.  Please explain

    A.The small losing runs are mostly (90%) around -2 and the positively ending runs are mostly around +28. So, 8 losing runs cost about 16-18 units, whereas the winning run is between 24-28. At least 6 units are gained per 9 runs. Each run consists of about 2-15 spins.
  7. Izak,

    I don't understand your second point above - about committing to two 100+unit runs per session. Can you explain what you mean by that?

    And, you stated that with this option it is a long-run winner, what kind of long-run results is that? Do the other money management options not generate long-run positive results?

    A.Within a playing session, which could be your daily play or your session in the morning or afternoon, you aim to achieve two runs of +100 units each. The losing runs in between are from -1 to -3 units. The system enables you to gain a run of +100 units before your -1 to -3 unit negative runs get to -100. Within a range of 150-200 spins, one is able to hit two runs of +100 unit, with a drawdown which usually does not exceed 30 units. 

    Other money management methods produce other type of profits, explained in the system.
  8. Are your tests on 00 wheels or just single 0 wheels?

    A.The simulation and real life tests were all conducted on 00 wheels.
  9. Are you betting on just one dozen at a time or 2 dozens?
  10. You may be betting on one or two or three (hardly ever three because of DB - differential betting) dozens at a time, depending on where you are in the betting scheme.

    Q.How many consecutive wins does it take to get one of those 100 unit profit stop points?
  11. You don't have to have consecutive wins in order to accomplish the +100 unit run, but a few wins relative to losses.

    Q.Izak, what would be the bankroll for that approach? 4-5 times the drawdown?

    Secondly, what number of spins is generally necessary to hit the +100 target?

    Oh, and what is the win/loss ratio for runs to get to +100? 

    And, lastly, what is overall win/loss ratio for sessions started?

    A. For a +100 win target and -1 loss limit for a run, you cannot have a bankroll which is 4-5 times the drawdown of -40 units. The bankroll in this case is exactly the drawdown. If you would require a bankroll of 100 units, then the drawdown could go down to -100, which is not the case and is not desirable. What we're trying to achieve is a +100 unit run with a 40 unit session bankroll. 

    The number of spins required to reach that +100 unit run can be between 10-30.

    If we consider a session that draws down more than 40 units a losing session, then you could have 2 losing sessions between 2 winning runs of +100, provided you start a new run, when you're at less than -40.

    The goal is to have 2 +100 unit runs within a session. The session can end between +60 and +168 units considering some -40 unit losing runs in between, also not exceeding 2 of them.
  12. Is this the most profitable system you have seen/created?

    A.No, I have other systems, which can be more profitable, also depending on the circumstances. This is just another good idea on how to win.

    Q. Could someone make a living with this online?

    A. I never recommend to make a living with a gambling system. The profits made from a system should be supplementary to your steady income. Otherwise, it increases your stress level and greed, both of which could be your enemies in gambling and in life.

    Q. How do you define a run and how do you define a session?

    A. A run is when you have reached either your win target or loss limit for a specific set of spins. For instance, if your limits are +20 and -5, a run is over when you have reached either value. A session is an accumulation of runs, which constitute your daily or session goal. For instance, a session is defined by having hit two runs of +100 units and a few losing runs in between. You can have a session goal of say 120+ units and session loss limit of say -40 units, each session consisting of a few runs having each their own win/loss parameters.

    Q. What is the lifetime bankroll needed for your optimum strategy of a +100 win target and -1 loss limit for a run? 

    A. A lifetime bankroll of 200 units should be sufficient. As per the previous answer, if you set your session loss limit to -40 and if you lose such a session 5 times, you would be losing your lifetime bankroll. However, in order for this to happen, you would have to lose your session bankroll 5 times consecutively or having a lot more losing sessions than winning ones, which is a rare case.

    Q. You are offering a no-questions asked satisfaction or money-back refund correct?

    A. Absolutely.

"Very clear and honest answers. Thanks a lot."                                                     Ken

You can purchase 3D-RB for as low as $430, which is negligible next to the profits it's going to make you.  You will probably cover your cost within the first few hours of your play.  You have a money back guarantee based on your full satisfaction, and you can ask for a refund within 30 days of your purchase, if the system doesn't perform for you the way it should, no questions asked and no strings attached. 


Thank you,
Izak Matatya