Repeating Numbers - for inside roulette numbers

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for playing inside numbers in Roulette 
by Izak Matatya

"It is by far the best system ever devised for inside numbers, 
as it is the most sensible and logical one 
taking advantage of certain characteristics of Roulette and
the way numbers come up on the wheel."

Playing inside numbers in Roulette does not consist of guessing which number is going to come up next. No one can predict in which slot the little ball is going to land. If the wheel is biased one can tell that the ball will fall into a specific sector of the wheel a certain percentage 
of the time.  Repeating Numbers is not about biased wheels. It is based on statistical features of 38 different numbers being drawn in random, which is exactly the case on a Roulette wheel outcome. That is why this system will work well both in brick and mortar casinos as well as for 
on-line internet based casinos, as random number generators use the same concept.

If we are to draw 38 numbers from a bag, by drawing them one after another, and placing the number back into the bag after each draw, what are the chances that each 38 number will be drawn only once within the next 38 draws? Yes, almost none, or one in millions! That means that at least one and many more numbers will be drawn repeatedly. And by the time all 38 
numbers will be drawn, we will have to draw the numbers a lot more than 38 times.

This is the main concept of this system or the set of following systems. Numbers coming up on the Roulette wheel or at a random number generator on an on-line casino will start repeating at certain stages and some numbers will be repeating more than once. That is why this system is called "Repeating Numbers". The system takes advantage of this feature and identifies the best ranges within which numbers will start repeating and how one should bet in order to come out profitable.

There have been many systems written to take advantage of repeating numbers but most of them are based on first observing which numbers repeat, and how many times they repeat, before one starts betting on them. But, if a number repeated say 4 times, no one guarantees that the same number will repeat the 5th or the 6th time. It could be that it will no longer repeat, 
that it has "finished" repeating. 

This system is very different from the ones described above. We will be betting on repeating numbers before they start repeating. This way, when they repeat, you will make profits, as your bets will be placed on them. 
Does that mean that the system will predict when the numbers will start repeating? Yes, in a way, it will. Not when a specific number will repeat, but within which range of numbers they will start repeating. 

I have been testing Repeating Numbers for half a year now and the results that I have achieved are absolutely stunning. The final shape of the system is optimized to generate winnings as consistently as possible. There are various ways one can use the systems. Ultimately, the systems contain built-in money management strategies, which will oblige you to end a run, when you are ahead.

How often will you be ahead? Most of the time! And when you are not ahead for that run, the losses will not be dramatic. The sum of all the runs of you being ahead will far exceed the ones that you are not. This will ensure profits for many sessions and will make Roulette an enjoyable experience for you for as long as you use Repeating Numbers.

Repeating Numbers contain 4 systems explained in detail with templates you can take with you to the casino in order to track your numbers. 

For one of the best Roulette systems ever existed, the price is $795  and $815 in printed form sent by first-class mail. 

Order now and receive the following gift for free:

$100 an Hour Bonus System
by Izak Matatya

An excellent money management strategy 
using the concept and principles of Repeating Numbers 
giving you cumulative profit sessions.

$100 an Hour Bonus System ensures you $100 profit an hour.  The cumulative profit sessions can take between 10 and 40 minutes, or 25 minutes in average. 

The bankroll required for this system is $710. If the system would totally fail at one point, this is the bankroll that you would be losing entirely.
According to statistical data and my tests over hundreds of thousands of spins on a computer simulator, the probability of this happening is 1 in 14 sessions.  Therefore, in average, if you are to use this system over 28 sessions of 25 minutes each, or 11.67 hours, you would be making a profit of 26 (winning sessions) X $100 - 2 (losing sessions) X $710 = $2,600 - $1,420 = $1,180 per 11.67 hours or $101 per hour!

You can use the system at half its strength, then the amounts bet will be also half, giving you a profit of $50 per hour. Then the bankroll required will also be half the amount, that is $355. The lowest bankroll required for this system is $56. This will generate a profit of about $7.90 in average per hour.  This is valid for both on-line and brick and mortar casinos.

Regardless of what strength you chose the system structure remains identical.  Only the betting amounts vary by the factor of the strength level. 

With this bonus system the system will pay itself off within the first hour of your play, then your profits will be open-ended. 

This system is completely free but only at the purchase of Repeating Numbers.

Thank you,

Izak Matatya


Frequently Asked Questions on Repeating Numbers

Would it be possible for you to give some stats on the repeating numbers roulette system? 
I am looking for:
bankroll required;
progression used;
win/loss ratio's;
net profit per session etc.

Repeating Numbers has 4 systems with different bankroll requirements:

You can play System 1 with chip values of $1 to $10.
If you use $10 chips then you will need a bankroll of $500
If you use $1 chips then you will need a bankroll of $50.

System 2 may use different chip values, i.e. $20 to $40 or lower $4 to $8 chips.
System 2 needs a bankroll of three times that of System 1.

System 3 may need $55 bankroll betting with 1$ chips or any multiple of it depending on the chip value.

System 4 needs a bankroll of $1620 for $10 to $50 chips or 10 times less bankroll for chip values also 10 times less.

The $100 an Hour Bonus System has the bankroll requirements specified as $710 for $6 and $13 chip values.

Only system 4 uses a quasi progression. The other systems don't. System 2 uses a reverse Gaussian regression. $100 an Hour Bonus uses a two bet sequence per run.

The win/loss ratios are 1 out of 20 loss ratio in all systems. 1 out 14 loss ratio in $100 an Hour Bonus system, but 13 sessions are more profitable than 1 loss session, as you win cumulative $100 sessions versus one loss of $710 bankroll.

Net profit per session also varies from system to system.
With $10 chip values, 
System 1 can average $130 per session, 
System 2 can average $300 per session,
System 3 can average $50 per session,
System 4 can average $200 per session,
$100 an Hour Bonus system averages as the name implies.


Thank you,
Izak Matatya