by Izak Matatya
Here's a system that beats roulette completely for all 15,000 spins, never abandoning a run and never failing a run.
It's designed for roulette only as it bets on the single dozens and single columns having a payout of 3 to 1.
It is very satisfactory to win on single dozens and single columns. If we place one chip on a dozen and one chip on a column at the same time, if both bets win you get 6 chips back profiting 4. If only one of the bets win, you are ahead by 1 chip and if you lose both bets, you're down only 2 chips.
Of course, chances of winning on a single dozen or single column is 33%. So the above doesn't beat the odds. In fact, nothing beats the odds. It's mathematically impossible. Our goal is not to beat the odds, but to overcome the odds and make huge profits despite the odds, which is exactly what the RDRC systems do.
Yes, there are 2 systems included in this package with variations in their bet method and with the same efficient bet selection. Both are tremendously profitable.
Betting with only $5 units, one makes exactly $20,128 on all 15000 spins and yes one bets on each spin. In terms of units, this means 20,128 / 5 = 4,025.6 units. The unit size will totally depend on your budget.
The performance chart is astounding, as the systems have no failing runs nor do we abandon any one of them. They all close with a profit.
Here's the performance chart of System 1:
and the following for System 2:
The first graph being in terms of $$ and the second one in terms of units.
Perfectly rising profits.
RDRC System 2 makes 8,110 units.
As you can see on the graph, there are not more than 3-4 instances, where bets may escalate, but this is not a concern, as bets escalate only after wins, not after losses. Also 4 instances in 15,000 spins has an extremely low chance of occurring when you play.
The fact that we are betting on both dozens and columns have huge advantages in those systems. While the dozens may struggle with some losses, the columns take over and close runs and vice versa. And when one run is closed, it's closed for both the dozens and the columns.
And consecutive losses do not lose much as you're betting only 1 unit each time. The system can sustain up to 28 losses in a row and the runs will still close with a profit. So there are no progressions involved, nor chasing losses. Imagine using a double up on a loss system with 28 consecutive losses??
So RDRC systems can be considered as up as you win type of systems.
They are not grind type of systems, either. One run can end up winning 8-12 units each time.
During the pandemic, I have been using those systems on-line at the $1-$10,000 range tables and the wins have been always very consistent. It's very satisfying to have a no-loss ever system.
It's also very incredible to have such a system in a 5.26% house edge environment on a double zero wheel. And yes, it does twice better on a single zero roulette.
The zeros in fact are the ones causing the house edge. And for RDRC systems, zeros do not affect the performance at all. Imagine if the system can withhold 28 losses in a row and if 3 of those spins are zeros, what difference would it make whether the bet is lost on a dozen, column or a zero?
The systems come with an easy to read 12 page system document and two simulations for the two systems showing every single spin of the Zumma 15,000 spin tester book.
You can alter parameters, such as initial bet, increments, max bet allowed, etc. to experiment with different values, although the ones I provide for you have been optimized for best performance.
The 2 systems go for $450 and this will pay itself off within a very short amount of the usage of the systems.
Early bird purchasers can have a 50% discount and have the 2 systems for $225 only, if you buy the systems by the end of October 2021.
As usual, your satisfaction is guaranteed and you have a full money back guarantee should you ask for a refund within 30 days of your purchase, no questions asked, no strings attached.
Thank you and best regards,
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