Ideal System for All Even Bets

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"a risk free system for all even bets
in Roulette, Craps and Baccarat"

Ideal System for All Even Bets
by Izak Matatya

What can one expect from an ideal gambling system? 

-          There are no negative progressions, that either chase losses or escalate them

-          Winning streaks are taken advantage of to a full extent

-          One does not require a huge bankroll to apply the system

-          The system is flexible enough to be applicable to various games

-          The system is simple to learn and takes a short time to master

-          The system does not track for too many decisions before applying it

-          The set win target is reached with no difficulty

-          Profitable sessions are achieved consistently 

During the last few years of gambling systems development, I have found that the above 8 factors have been the players' requirements for an ideal system. 

Those factors are indeed very important.  And the �Ideal System for All Even Bets� achieves all of the above.  Those were the 8 goals that were targeted for the development of this ideal system. Those 8 factors were kept in mind at all times to obtain a system playable by all with minimum risk and high potential of making decent profits.

As the name implies, the Ideal System for All Even Bets is designed for even money bets paying 1:1, such as betting on Red or Black, Even or Odd, High or Low in Roulette,  Player or Banker in Baccarat, Pass Line or Don�t Pass Line in Craps, Small or Big in Sic-Bo.

The system is applicable to all those areas and it works equally well for all of them for all types of casinos, on-line, brick and mortar, live or electronic dealers, etc.

The most important feature of this system is that losses are totally controlled and winnings have no open end.   The largest losing streak will cost the player not more than 3 units.  And a winning streak is taken advantage of to its utmost.  As you keep winning, your profits escalate exponentially.   If you are caught in a losing streak, your highest bet on the table will never exceed 2 units.  If you are in the middle of a winning streak, your bets can go as high as the system requires as per its specifications.  That will put lots of chips in your pocket.

No matter which bet selection you use, you will have inevitable and unavoidable losing streaks and winning streaks.  The system handles both losing streaks and winning streaks most efficiently.  When you are in a losing streak, it doesn't let you bet more than the maximum you could lose (3 units per losing streak).  When you are on a winning streak, your profits jump to the sky.  The longer they continue, the more you profit, without being affected with an equivalent losing streak.

That, in itself, gives you a great advantage.  And this is within the basic system.  At the end of the document, you also receive an extra bonus system, where you bet on two opposing sides of an even bet, i.e. on Reds and Blacks at the same time.  You will see that in this mode, you win not only on both sides, but you make more profits than what you would have made if you had played each side separately.  For instance, if you would have made 5 units playing on Red and 9 units playing on Black only, playing on both sides with the extra bonus system, you will make more than 5+9 = 14 units.  Your profits will be in the 16-18 unit range.  How this is accomplished is all explained in the system.  It works amazingly well and you will be very surprised how such a result can be achieved. 

The win target for the base system is +10 units per session.  This is accomplished within 44 spins or decisions.  This happens in one of the even bets.  You will not always reach your win target within that many decisions.  In fact, should you be on the not so good performing even side, your wins and losses may fluctuate around -3 to +3 units.  In order to reach your win target of +10 units in a faster and surer mode, you will see expanded techniques after the base system, which enable you to reach your win target within 67 spins.  And this is regardless of which even bet area you select.  By selecting a certain combination of even bets and applying the system simultaneously on them, you will reach your +10 unit win target, no matter which even side performs better or worse.

How often does one reach the +10 unit win target?  From hundreds of thousands of spins' and decisions' simulations ran on the system, this is accomplished in 82% of all played sessions.  At the 18% of the sessions, where the +10 units were not reached, a loss limit of -40 units has been set.  This means that if you play 100 sessions, you will win 82 times 10 units, profiting 820 units and lose 40 units 18 times, losing 720 units.  This averages 100 units for 100 sessions, where each session can last between 40 and 70 spins.  Since you are playing with a system that does not require any negative progression, your bet unit can be as high as you wish or what your budget allows.  Playing with $100 chips, you make $10,000 for 100 sessions, where each session lasts about an hour.  Making $10,000 in 100 hours, gives you an average profit of $100 an hour. 

All this with a lifetime bankroll of 120 units - giving the system 3 chances should it rarely lose back to back.

More on the above 8 factors - there is absolutely no tracking.  You place a bet on every single decision or spin, regardless of what came before.  You even place a bet on the very first bet of the Baccarat shoe or Roulette spin or Craps decision, or Big/Small in Sic-Bo.  You continue betting on each decision with no interruptions until you reach your win target.  This enables you to sit comfortably at any table without being requested to leave the table if you are not placing any bets.  This was also a requirement from the players' who are asked to place a bet every time they take a seat at a gaming table.  Also, your gaming becomes a lot more interesting, rather than standing and tracking dozens of bets before you place one.

You must be wondering if the system works so well, it must be complicated.  Actually, by means of the combination of a few simple techniques, and the following of 5-6 rules, you can master the system within an hour's study.  The document is not more than 20 pages and is straight to the point, with no fluff and with sufficient examples.  By the time you finish reading the document, you should be ready to try it and test it. 

By the way, a tester spreadsheet is also provided for you for both the basic systems and the extra bonus system, where thousands of random decisions are simulated and charts and graphs of the results are displayed.  By pressing of a simple button, i.e. F9, you get a totally different set of random decisions, where you can see the performance of the system under different conditions and circumstances. 

I'm quite confident, this is the kind of system you have been looking for years and I will be more than happy if I was able to meet and even exceed your requirements.

The price of this great system is $770 only.  Your satisfaction is guaranteed.  If you're not happy with the way the system performs, you can return it within 30 days of your purchase with a full refund.

Thank you,
Izak Matatya


System Review
Frequently Asked Questions on 
the Ideal System for All Even Bets 
by Izak Matatya

Thank you all for your great interest in my Ideal System for All Even Bets announced last week.  The system aroused many questions and you will find the answers to the frequently asked questions within this newsletter.

Before that, I would like to present you the review of one customer who was asked for a third party evaluation of the system by the forum members and here is Oen's review:

"The following is my review of the IDEAL SYSTEM.

Its use of positive progressions rather negative progressions �

You have to change your mindset from playing negative progression (up as your lose) to positive progression (up as you win). A negative progression is used to recover your past losses and can be very expensive. Not to mention that with a negative progression, once your bet gets too high, you will have to have the nerve to place higher bets and worse if you lose them.  A classic example is the 6 step Martingale or double-up strategy: 1-2-4-8-16-32 (63 units in total). If you lose 7 times in a row, you end up losing 63 units. 7 losses in a row is not a rare case.  You have surely seen R or B showing up 20 times or more in a row. 

It is a different story when you use a positive progression. You start only 1 unit and stay 1 unit when you lose. You increase your bet only if you won the last bet, which meant that you place 1 unit plus what you have won from previous bet. You will last much longer when you use a positive progression. When you enjoy playing casino games or gambling is your hobby and you intend to stay the longest possible at the casino, then positive progression should be your choice to play. 

THE IDEAL SYSTEM is strongly positive!

Go with the streaks rather against them �

Another mindset you have to build in your mind is that once you have a wining streak in your hand, never try to play against this streak.  You have to play with the streak until you LOSE ONLY ONCE. And this is very important!. No matter how many units or how high your bet will be, you have to place for the next bet.  And remember that it is the casino money you have won from previous stages.  What a wonderful day for you if you encounter streak of 20 or more Rs or Bs in a row. �See what I have told you that you should not bet against it�. You will hear someone babbling behind you. �Oh, how could I know that it was be going like this, 20 Rs in a row� (He/she was betting Black or course) You blame yourself. Now you will ask yourself: "How do I know that this streak will happen?"  It is not very difficult to answer: BET BOTH SIDES. 

THE IDEAL SYSTEM can be played on one side and on both sides as well. 

Bet selection is insignificant �.

Bet selection is insignificant (I have once discussed with Scott in regards to the significance of a bet selection, I must agree with him up to now that no matter how you select you bet, you will encounter loses and wins. It means that no matter how the bet selection is constructed, there will be times you will encounter winning and losing streaks. Streaks can be 1,2,3,4,�. (streak of 1 is also called single). Otherwise you can prove that the bet selection is significant).

As far as THE IDEAL SYSTEM is concerned, it is independent on bet selection. You could choose any bet selections you want as reference. I may recommend that you should choose the bet selection, which produces a long losing streak. You may say that it would be same as difficult as to choose a long winning streak. Try to experiment several bet selections and search for an IDEAL BET SELECTION. 

The progression rules THE IDEAL SYSTEM.

Use several bet selections rather only one �

THE IDEAL SYSTEM proposes that you can place bets on different areas: R/B, O/E and H/L. I might suggest that you could also use several bet selections on one area such as both sides (R and B), Follow The Last decision and opposite of Follow The Last decision, Decision Before Last decision and opposite of Decision Before Last decision. There is one problem when you are playing with several bet selections, which is time consuming to record the decisions.

Small bankroll and big bankroll �

THE IDEAL SYSTEM can be applied for small bankroll and for big bankroll as well.If you have a big bankroll, you can bet large amount of money per unit, on the other hand, if you have small bankroll, then you can play with small amount of money per unit. 

THE IDEAL SYSTEM is a consistent winner!!! �

Your profits will be escalated once you encounter a winning streak. When you play and play, your profit waves negative and positive, then it is the time to take a break or change table. Losses can be well controlled at the level of your choice. The system is so transparent that you know when you will win and when you lose.

I have seen many players, how they gamble and how they handle the strategies or systems. It is too often that they lose once or twice with the system, they tend to judge the system for bad. They win small but lose big amount of money due to the negative progression.

Consistent usage of a system is recommendable. Do not change systems while you are losing only one or two times. When a system does not work today, then you could take a break, change table or go home and try it on another day. How many players can do this? Many of players will continue to play until they lose their last penny. Sadly and I feel sorry for them.

Another aspect of using a system is the discipline. Once you decide to use some sort of system, then you should strictly follow the rules and do not deviate from them.

When you reach your win or loss target at any point of time, then you should stop. Taka a break, change table or leave the casino and go home. It is because the small bankroll requirement to use THE IDEAL SYSTEM and you may use small amount of money per unit for the start and if you increase the amount of money per unit only when you have a series of losses. For example 1 unit = 5$, 1 unit = 10$, 1 unit=15$, 1 unit=20$ and 1 unit=25$ and you can play it in a team too.

You can use THE IDEAL SYSTEM by using the strategy outlined above. You could use the simulator come with THE IDEAL SYSTEM to test your permanencies easily and all codes are available and provided. You can copy and paste the code onto your spreadsheet, modify a little bit and run it, as easily as that. Actually you can do the test of 72 days of Zumma Baccarat shoes on your own. I will continue testing THE IDEAL SYSTEM on a daily basis by using it on real land based casino soon. 


I thank Oen for his excellent review and appreciate his time and effort in testing the system further.

Now, here are your frequently asked questions answered:

Q: Izak, could you give us some more information about this system?

A: Certainly! This is not a grind system, like Superior Roulette, IBS or FRS, where one aims for 1 unit gain at the end of the winning run.

This is quite a different strategy. One plays with low risk and a small bankroll. One run does not end at the end of 5-6 bets. Initially, wins and losses fluctuate around a mid-point. Losing streaks are handled with a very minimal loss. And when a winning streak arrives and it surely does, then profits really escalate and the win target of +10 units is easily reached. That's when the session ends. That could take between 20-40 spins. And one can play as many session as one feels like. There is no daily limit, only a session target.

Q: Izak,

Thanks for your response.  Tough room!  Could you please give some stats on the option of playing both sides? Any data on games played and win/loss details would be helpful.

A: Yes, of course,

Here are some typical results for betting on both sides:

- betting on Red: -5 units
- betting on Black: +17 units
- betting on both Black and Red: +14 units

so not only the -5 losing session disappears, but comes up to more profits than playing Red+Black separately.

another session:

- betting on Red: -38 units
- betting on Black: +12 units
- betting on Black and Red: -4 units

so, the -38 unit loss is reduced to -4 unit loss

another session:

- betting on Red: +21 units
- betting on Black: +3 units
- betting on Red and Black: +28 units

the result is more than the profits of both sides combined.

By the way, betting on both sides is the extra bonus system. The win target of +10 units is for the base system only, not for the bonus system. The bonus system is open ended in profits. A loss limit of 40 units still applies.

Q: Excuse me, but am I right in saying that this system makes one unit an hour over 100 sessions and you have an 18% chance of losing 40 units.  Anybody out there want to step up to a wheel buy forty $25 chips and have a 1:5.5 chance of losing it ? Maybe more consideration needs to be given.

A: True, but since there are no negative progressions, your unit is not $1, where you need to have 500 units to come up ahead.

Bets are normally quasi flat, so you can use black or purple chips to make your one unit an hour average rate. So you can make at least $100 an hour.

Also, please note that sessions end at +10 units. Again, playing with black chips, you will finish many sessions at +$1000.

The 1 unit an hour is the average win taking all losing sessions into account.

So if you play 100 sessions, you will have 82 sessions winning $1000 each, that is profiting $82,000 versus losing 18 sessions at -$4000 or -$72,000. Your net profit is $10,000 for 100 hours of play. If one plays 5 hours a day, one can make $10,000 in 20 days. A monthly salary of $10,000 is like $120,000 a year. Not bad as a side income.

Q: In your result post above, I was wondering if you could mention how many reds occurred versus the number of blacks. I.e. in sample one, there were 10 reds and 12 blacks. These stats I think would be of interest to obtain.

Thank you Izak for your great services and quick responses!

A: The number of reds and blacks may cause different results if they appear in different sequences even if you have the same quantity of reds from one session to another.

Nevertheless, please find the answers next to your questions below. You will notice that sometimes, the number of blacks and reds is very similar from one session to another, but the session results are quite different. This is due on when the reds and blacks show up and at which order.

- betting on Red: -5 units
- betting on Black: +17 units
- betting on both Black and Red: +14 units

- betting on Red: -38 units
- betting on Black: +12 units
- betting on Black and Red: -4 units

There were 41 Reds and 31 Blacks.

- betting on Red: +21 units
- betting on Black: +3 units
- betting on Red and Black: +28 units

There were 38 Reds and 34 Blacks

Q: Izak,

Does the length of the time played with the Ideal System affect the win/loss ratio?  I.e. play 1 session for 1 hour a day (approximately) or until I win 5 unit/$10 units or 2 units/$25 units or 1 unit/$100 units.

2nd question: does playing the both sides bonus system win more often and what are the ratios of wins to losses?  Could a lower loss limit be used and could you post say 100 sessions, so we can see what an average group of session looks like resultwise?


A: The provided figures are long run averages. You can reach your +10 unit target either within 5 spins or 25 spins, depending on the circumstances. Or you could win 3 units in 1 spin or 1 unit in 10 spins. That depends on the outcome. This is the case with the base systems.

Playing both sides definitely wins more often. That's the extra bonus system. There is no session win target of +10 units. You only set a loss limit of -40 units, should that be not your day. Otherwise, your winnings are open ended. A long run simulation shows that you may lose 40 units once every time you reach +100 units. You simply play continuously or take a break every time you are ahead by 60 units (100-40).

You could use a lower loss limit, but then you are not providing the system sufficient drawdown before it reaches the inevitable and eventual win streak. So you can no longer ensure the previously stated win/loss ratio.

Q: Would you mind giving us a brief example of the results or verification that the results shown in roulette are comparable to what one could expect playing baccarat as well? I presume it matters not whether one enters a shoe at the beginning or the end for the efficacy of the system?

A: That's correct. One can enter any game any time, as previous results don't mean anything for this system. It's really bet selection independent. The idea behind it is that any bet selection can have losing streaks and winning streaks and the system handles them both very efficiently. That is also why the results obtained for any even money bet area between Roulette's Red/Black/Even/Odd/High/Low, Craps' Don't Pass Line/Pass Line, Baccarat's Player/Banker and Sic-Bo's Big/Small, applying the Ideal system, are very comparable. One needs only to observe wins versus losses. And since there are no high betting amounts, even commissions in Banker wins in Baccarat don't make much of a difference. 

Q: How many units per shoe in baccarat does it win on the average? Have you tested it n the Zumma 600 baccarat book?

A:  You play until you win +10 units. And it�s easy to achieve them within a shoe. I have not tested in the Zumma 600 Baccarat book, but in thousands of simulations.

Q:  Do we bet on every hand?

A: Yes, you bet on every single bet.

Q: You mentioned that it has nothing to do with bet selection. Does this mean we bet only one side, like only banker only. Is this a money management system?

A: Yes, you can bet on the Banker side or the Player side, and there is a technique (the extra bonus system) to bet on both sides, or you can use your preferred bet selection. It�s mostly a money management system, but it does tell you how much to bet on each bet and when to leave. You can start at any point within the shoe and play until you reach your win target.

Q: Izak,

I read your newsletter regarding the Ideal System and was quite impressed. There are a few questions which I have listed below. You have touched on some questions, but not in depth. Thanks.

1. What is the win/loss ratio for playing both sides? What is the required bankroll for session/short term play? For lifetime play? What is the highest drawdown experienced in testing/playing for short term and long term? What is the average/estimated unit win per hour for short term play ( 5 to 20 hours )? What is the average/estimated unit win per hour for long term play based on your testing/playing stats? 

Izak, you are the mathematician, so please expound on short term vs long term averages. The difference can be huge. While it is nice to know the performance and average stats for a few hundred thousand decisions, the player needs to know and focus on the short term results and that he can survive and live to play another day!!!!!! 

2. You have provided win/loss averages and average win per hour for your base system, but these stats appear to be based on hundreds of thousands of decisions. Please provide short term stats/averages for largest drawdown and worst scenario for back to back losses during short term testing/playing. ( 5 to 20 hours )

A: Here are the answers:

1. I think I have answered the win/loss ratio for playing both sides already. For every 100 unit gain, you may expect a 40 unit loss. The bankroll required for the session is 40 units and a 120 unit lifetime bankroll is sufficient to give the system a chance should it fail 3 times back to back, which is extremely unlikely. The highest drawdown cannot exceed -40 units, as this is when you stop playing for the session. For short term play, you can estimate 17 units per hour. For long term, taking all -40 unit loss limits into account, you can estimate a 7 unit per hour profit for the extra bonus system playing on both sides simultaneously. Those are the short and long term differences. 

2. For the base system, I never had more than 2 back to back losing sessions, thus -80 units was the worse case scenario. On the long run, over a few hundreds of thousands of spins, one could have 3 back to back losing sessions, costing -40 units each. However, one should be up by far more than 120 units not to suffer from those losses. 

Q: Izak,

Thanks for your quick response and answers to my questions. You did not , however, comment on the importance of short term vs long term averages/stats when playing systems. Refer to my second paragraph. Thanks.

A: It is indeed a strong point, the differences between short term play and long term. 

I have addressed it within a previous answer, to the question which pointed out that on the long term the system generates 1 unit profit per hour, which doesn't seem to be much. And that is only an average for thousands of sessions.

However, on the short run, we are aiming for +10 units sessions, that are easily accomplished within one hour play.

As per statistics for short term, I am able to have at least 3 regular +10 sessions per day profiting 30 units per day, whereas I lose -40 units only once per week and I stop playing for the day when that happens. Under this mode of money management, I am able to make 30 X 5 = 150 units -40 = 110 units per week playing with $50 units, when I play 5 days per week.

Q: Online or real casino, is it suited for both ?

A: Yes, and it makes no difference for the performance of the systems.

Q: Just a couple of questions. Can the extra bonus system handle a severely chopping game without losing? Do you need a scorecard to track your bets? Does consistent betting on both sides cause problems with casino personnel? Thanks.

A: If the table chops on every color, i.e. R B R B, you make about 2 units per spin. If the table goes 2-2, i.e. R R B B R R B B, you lose a little but not much, just a couple of units or so. You would need a scorecard in order to apply the system properly on both sides. With the experience, you can hold the results in memory, as all you need to know is if you won once or twice or lost once or twice in the last 2 bets.

You never bet on two different sides at the same time. You simulate the betting on both sides. But in reality, you are betting on the side that requires the higher bet, and nothing on the side with the lower bet. For instance, if you need to bet say 7 units on Red and 4 units on Black, betting 7 units on Red and 4 units on Black will make you lose 11 units should a zero come up. That�s why you place an equivalent bet of 3 units on Red, and nothing on Black, which yields an identical result to betting on both sides. So this can never be a problem with casino personnel.

The price of this great system is $7700 only.  Your satisfaction is guaranteed.  If you're not happy with the way the system performs, you can return it within 30 days of your purchase with a full refund.

Thank you,
Izak Matatya