Unsolicited testimonial on Izak Matatya's
REWARD Roulette System:
"I'm having incredible success with the REWARD system. I've tested it against 16 Baccarat shoes from the Baccarat System Tester and it beat all of them. I'm up 633 units after commissions.
I've also tested it against my Expert Casino CD-ROM Roulette game (double zero). It won 108 units in 76 spins.
I've also played it one time in live casino play at the Sunset Station in Henderson, NV. I won 33 units in 34 spins.
for Playing Even Money Bets in Roulette
by Izak Matatya
It is the only system that simply has no losing runs!
In the newsletter of March 17, 2001, the following strategy was published:
We all know by now that Martingale is a risky method, that you invest a large amount in order to gain only 1 unit profit, as you keep doubling your bet if you haven’t hit. However, if we use Martingale cautiously and if we know that our even money area will hit within 3 or 4 spins, we could use a 4 or 5 step Martingale to achieve our goal. Most people bet on only one area of their preference, say on either Red or Black. By using Martingale, they hope to hit a Red or a Black within 5-6 spins. Or some individuals wait for a streak of Red or Black before they apply Martingale on the opposite colour, assuming that it is “due”. We should all know by now, that this the gambler’s fallacy and in Roulette nothing is due. The result of the next spin does not depend on the previous one. I have seen many times, 9-10 Reds or Blacks lining up in a row with no guarantee that the next spin will be the opposite colour. That’s where Martingale fails the most. As you keep betting by doubling up your betting amount, you either exceed the table’s limit or you run out of money before you get your unit profit.
If we observe patterns of Blacks and Reds on the scoreboard, we will see that they either show up in a choppy way, that is they alternate frequently, either like a zig-zag or every other spin, or they show up in a streaky manner, that is with long sequences of Reds or Blacks. Observing those results a bit further, we can also see, that a table switches from being choppy to streaky and vice versa every now and then. Taking all that into account, I came to the conclusion that it may be worth using a 5 step Martingale not on a specific colour but on a specific pattern of behaviour. And this pattern happens to be a repeating colour. In other words, you would be betting on the colour that just came up.
Now, what are the advantages of following a specific colour? Well, first of all, if the table behaves with a streaky fashion, you win every single bet, regardless of if the streak is on Black or Red, since you are betting on the same colour that just came up. So a sequence of 10 successive Blacks or Reds will result in 9 wins. If the table is slightly choppy, that is not exactly a zig zag, then you will win either every other spin, or once every third spin, or once every fourth spin. This way a 5 step Martingale of a sequence 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 will yield excellent results.
I was using a $50 unit value. Therefore, my 5 step Martingale became: $50, $100, $200, $400, $800. This required a bankroll of $1550. Every win resulted in a $50 profit. To play it safe, I observed scoreboards of the tables where Red and Black were coming up in a choppy manner, with an exact zig-zag, that is one Red, one Black, one Red, and one Black. Once either Red or Black repeated, that was the mark of the end of the choppiness and I attacked with my repeat colour strategy. You could win 10 to 20 sessions until Red and Black starts zig-zagging again. Once you have won your say 10 sessions, you don’t wait until the table becomes choppy again. You look for a new opportunity at a different table. It’s good to sit at a place where you can view multiple scoreboards and go for the one that just has ended the Red and Black zig-zag.
Having tried the above strategy, here is what Dale R. had to say about it:
"I love your Roulette strategy wherein you bet on the last color to show up. I played for an hour with play money ($50 bets) using Prestige Casino and made about $3,600 in one hour. I bet $800 only twice and both times it was a winner, thank goodness."
Now, this strategy works pretty well, but it is not fail proof. If Dale's fifth step of Martingale $800 bet was a loss, then he would have been down by $1,550. And this is bound to happen sooner or later, if you play this strategy on the long run, unless you are there for a hit and run, bet 5 times, cash $250 and go home happily.
This has lead me to create the REWARD (Repeat Even Win A Red Double) system, which is an extension of this strategy, but does not use a Martingale progression. It does not have a 5 step trial, where when the run fails, you lose 31 units. In fact, this system has no losing runs! No matter how hard I tried to make it fail, it always recovers and ends the run with a winning session. It sounds hard to believe and I still can't believe it myself, but this is a fact.
Why does it work so well? It has a built-in mechanism in such a way that when you lose a bet, you are one step backwards, but when you win a bet, you are three steps ahead towards your goal of winning the session. The session can be as short as one bet, and as long as 25 bets. The nice thing about it is that it always ends at your benefit, accumulating 3 units every time it ends.
So, this is not a get rich quickly scheme, but a solid system that gives you 3 unit profit, session after session, as consistently as ever can be.
I will give you the opportunity to even test the system before you buy it to be fully convinced. The winning formula of the REWARD system is the following:
W = (L + 3) / 3
where W is the number of winning bets and L is the number of the losing bets.
This means that if you bet for say 21 spins and you lose 15 times, it is sufficient to win 6 times to end the winning session, as (15 + 3) / 3 = 6, no matter at what stage your winnings or losses occur.
Go to a Roulette table to observe the scoreboards, or go check the results of Hamburg casino's results data base at: http://www.spielbank-hamburg.de/permanenzen/show.php3. You bet for a repeat color, on the last decision. If the last color was a Black, bet on Black. If it was a Red, bet on Red. if it was a zero, bet on the color prior to the zero. If you were to do this, count the number of times you win and the number of times you lose and apply the formula. If the number of your winning bets equals the number of your losing bets plus three divided by 3, then the system will work for you.
Since the probability of even money bets is nearly 50-50, the fact that you need to win a lot less to complete your winning run is what makes the system work.
With the REWARD system, you can be sure of having endless winning sessions, for a one time price of $78
Frequently Asked Questions on the REWARD system
What is the bankroll required;
net profit per session?
It is good to have a large bankroll to play the REWARD system in order to sustain the longer sessions. If you are playing with $1 units, you should have a bankroll of $500. The shortest session takes one bet of 3 units. The longest session may require bets as large as 141 units.
There is no progression used in the REWARD system, but a specific betting mechanism with simple rules to follow.
As there are no losing sessions, believe it or not, the win/loss ratio cannot be determined. The only risk is not to exceed the table's maximum limit when the session lasts too long. However, the system also provides a mechanism to avoid reaching the table's limit.
The net profit per session is exactly 3 units. If you play 500 spins, you should average 125 winning sessions. At 3 unit per session, that will make you a profit of 375 units.
Your reward system looks interesting. However you state that "The longest
session may require bets as large as 141 units." That's playing with a $1
starting unit. That would preclude playing with any higher units wouldn't it? Not only that, but most casinos have a $5.00 outside minimum these days.
That is correct. With $5 minimum bet tables, I would presume one would not
go into very long sessions. Under those conditions, one would wait until the choppiness of the table is over, before applying the system.
Otherwise, with the $1 minimum bets, you can start betting at any sequence,
the system will sustain even long losses before the run is finished with a
winning session. $1 bets are applicable for on-line betting. VegasUSA for instance has $1 minimum and $250 maximum in both inside and outside bets in Roulette. With this site $141 bets are not a problem even when you start with $3.
For brick and mortar casinos, if the table minimum is $5, you can start betting with 2 units of $3, or $6 and the system will apply well.
Would this system work equally well (or better?) with Mini-Baccarat or Craps?
Yes, REWARD will work with Roulette, Craps and Baccarat for any even money bets where streaks and choppiness alternate at a detectable pattern.
"You acknowledge this formula that determines if you have enough wins to win the session. It obviously involves a betting mechanism that is straight mechanical in nature and brings you to the end of a session once you obtained the required wins the formula dictates. Now I've used other purchased methods with designed loss catch-up formulas, but required a number of consecutive wins to catch up and end a session if you amassed a lot of losses along the way. Sometimes the loss bets amassed so much you would never end the session or otherwise run out of bankroll. Does your system require consecutive wins?"
"No, there is no such requirement. Wins and losses during the run can occur at any stage, as long as the number of winnings equals the number of losses plus 3 divided by 3. If you have say 7 losses and 4 wins any time you close the run. You can even have 9 losses and 4 wins and the run will close as (9+3)/3 = 12/3 = 4. So, any permutation or combination of 7-9 losses and 4 wins, regardless of when they happen will yield the same result of 3 unit profit, unless of course, the wins occur up front, then the run will not even extend to 7 losses. It will finish in 3-4 spins.