RSS - Repeating Single Streets Roulette System

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"the most profitable system ever designed for Roulette"

RSS - Repeating Single Streets Roulette System
by Izak Matatya

"wins 17,558 for the entire 15,000 spins of the Zumma tester book"

How would you like to own a roulette system, that gives you a 1.17 unit profit in average per spin?   It's like getting more than your bet on every single bet, continuously over thousands of spins?

My new Repeating Single Streets Roulette system is, I think, by far, the most profitable roulette system ever designed by anyone.  It should be used for contests, competitions, tournaments, etc.  I had numerous sessions, where profits sky rocketed over 350 units without losing a single session.   With this system, I have surprised even myself.

What's the secret behind the system?  Well, its concept, some initial ideas worked differently in various different ways and finally optimized to provide the ultimate solution, after months of research and testing.  The final product is a very dynamic system, requiring almost no tracking, betting session after session continuously and winning every single run with no exception. 

Is it infallible?  I should like to say so, but I don't receive positive feedback  when I put such a label.  What you should know, however, is that the system has beaten the entire 15,000 spins of the Zumma tester book with a total of 17,558 units without losing a single session.  This is the most profit obtained by any system designed for a double zero roulette wheel.

Following is the performance graph of the system applied to the 15,000 Zumma spins:


Impressive, isn't it?  I can't stop admiring it.  The graph going linearly up and no downfalls.  Do you see some peeks of profit suddenly jumping  in the graph?  Those profits sometimes amount to 66 or 186 and even up to 726 units for a particular session.

Yes, this system has lots of pleasant surprises, that are totally unique to the design of this system, and cannot be found in any other one, and, trust me, I have seen and tested hundreds of systems.

The system does use a progression, but the first 4 stages are flat betting.   Most runs will complete within 4-7 stages.

A lifetime bankroll of 8,634 units are required in order to win every single run.  But this is the most aggressive mode.  Otherwise, one could establish a loss limit, not exceeding 354 units and meet a daily win target of 100 units very consistently.

The system bets on single streets in roulette in various different ways and not always is a single street defined the conventional way.  The system has a unique way of treating single streets, that you will see in the system document, which is not more than 17 pages, containing no fluff, but pure system explanation. 

RSS is not hard to learn, but needs to be practiced in order not to make mistakes.  The results you will obtain will be very satisfactory, I have no doubts.  And, as usual, you still have a full money back guarantee, should you find the system not to your satisfaction, no questions asked and no strings attached.  You can have a full refund, if you return the system within 30 days of your purchase.

The system is $1125 and is not high compared to the profits you will make.  100 units per day with $10 minimum already will provide you with $1000 profit on the first day you will use the system for real.  

Thank you,
Izak Matatya

Independent Review of the Repeating Single Streets Roulette System
by Izak Matatya


"Test report:
First of all, I would like to appreciate Izak's hard work to beat the roulette wheel consistently. This new system has proved way ahead winning profits in the long term, when comparing with other systems which he has formulated. The betting method and betting progression has been tremendously improved and modified, so that there is not a single losing run. All Zumma 15,000 spins shows positive results.

One has to play patiently with high discipline, can make long term profits without any doubt. Izak has taken out the so called LUCK FACTOR and formulated totally a mechanical system. This new RSS system adds one more feather in the cap [in all of Izak's systems]. It is worth buying this system. Happy winnings to everybody.... tvprakash.


I appreciate tvprakash's input, who has tested the system and provided his third party independent review on it.


Frequently Asked Questions on Repeating Single Streets Roulette System
by Izak Matatya

Q: What's the highest stake needed Izak? 

Why is such a high bank needed when the drawdowns appear to minimal?

A: The highest bet ever placed was 120 units. The high bankroll is required if one wants to win every single run. Otherwise, with a daily win target of 100 units, one should not require more than 1,434 units at most.

Q: Izak, so if one was to settle for less of a win target per day, say 50 units he could then get by with a bankroll of 700+ units?

A: No, that's not the way it works. The daily win target is not in proportion of the bankroll you put in. You need 1434 units in order to go through the 9 steps of RSS's progression, whether your daily win target is 100 units or 50 units. 100 units is simply the amount you can accomplish within 1 day. Making 50 units will cut your casino visit time in half, that's all.

Q: Thanks Izak. Well, about the cheapest you can get by in Vegas these days is a $5 min and that would be a pretty large bankroll. And I don't trust online casinos.  What do you recommend?

A: Well, I recently downloaded the new version of Global Player 
(from:  They have European and French roulette, both with single zero (just different layouts) with bet ranges of 1-1000. Playing with $1 (Euro actually), I have been meeting my daily target of 100 Euros on a daily basis for the last 17 days. I think they're very trustable.

Q: Izak,
Problem is in real live most casino's don't have a greater spread then 1 to 50 but sometimes 1 to 100, so on a $10 table, max bet on a spread of 50 would be a $500.00 bet.

Would your system work under these conditions?

A: Yes, it will.  Then, you won't win every run, but most of them. You will need to have a loss limit set to 200 units. If your daily target is 100 units, you will be winning at least 7-9 days for every loss of the 200 units.

Q: So Izak you are playing your method online....?

Can you let me know more about this method I'm interested in knowing more, thanks...

A: Sure.  I'm playing the method on-line and in land based and electronic (rapid roulette) platforms. It's good for all environments, since there is almost no tracking. 

The advantage of betting on streets that are to repeat is even better than on numbers that are to repeat, because there are only 12 single streets as opposed to 38 numbers. 

Although nothing is due in roulette, but just imagine if a single street has not repeated for quite some time, say between 8-10 spins, isn't it about time for one of them to repeat? Otherwise, would you get 12 unique streets consecutively? What are the chances for that to happen?

Based on this solid idea, the system performs just as solidly. Moreover, it contains some very pleasant surprises for extra profits. I'm fond of it, like many other systems of mine and had a lot of success with it.

Q: Izak, your literature states you can achieve your 100 unit daily win goal consistently using a 354 unit loss limit. What percent of the time can you accomplish this and what is your net average win per session using that loss limit?  Thanks...

A: You will achieve your 100 unit daily target at least 9 times before you ever lose your 354 unit session bankroll. This means you will win 900-354 = 546 units for 10 days, making you an average profit of 54.6 units per day.

Q: If that is really true then this is the holy grail and it will definitely be worth a lot more than $125.

A: Absolutely! $125 is its price at 90% discount, a huge promotion for this kind of system one should not be missing.

Q: As per the review, by patience is it meant one doesn't play every spin? How long between bets if not? Here in Vegas they don't let you go too long on any game without making a bet. At least that's been my experience.

A: RSS has two betting modes, one that requires some tracking and the other one almost no tracking at all (just 1 spin). The latter is the essence of the system. Every casino will allow you to bet this way (bet for one to nine spins and then skip a bet).

Q: Izak ---

In your course description for RSS you state the following:

"A lifetime bankroll of 8,634 units are required in order to win every single run. But this is the most aggressive mode. Otherwise, one could establish a loss limit, not exceeding 354 units and meet a daily win target of 100 units very consistently."

A large bankroll is required for the "most aggressive mode." What bankroll is required for the "less aggressive mode" in which you have a loss limit?

During your testing, what was the maximum number of units required to complete a run? (This question applies to both modes.)

How many hours of play, on average, would be required to win 100 units consistently, if that was your target while playing with a loss limit?

Is this system user-friendly, or does it require a lot of practice, record-keeping and concentration?

A: The less aggressive mode is the one, which uses the bankroll of 364 units.

Those are session bankrolls. Therefore they are the maximum amount of units required to close a run.

One would win about 4-6 units per run. For 100 units, one needs to win 25 runs. Each run would take about 10 minutes. So 250 minutes or a bit more than 4 hours would be necessary to win 100 units.

The system is very user friendly, straightforward with no guessing required. It needs a little record keeping but not too much. The system gives hints on how to identify and convert a number to a single street for easy tracking. Concentration is always good to have. It's important not to make mistakes.

Q: Izak, what is the benefit of skipping a spin and then betting after a win...? And also, is it smart to trace back to the last unique streets and bet from there? Or should you just start all over? Which is the safest approach with a 354 units bankroll?

A: The benefit of skipping a bet before a new run and to track anew is due to the cyclic effect of repeating single streets. Also, as you may have seen, the full progression consists of 10 steps. Skipping a bet enables the progression not to go beyond 9, which is more manageable from a bankroll perspective and safer for the 354 unit bankroll.

Again, thank you all for your interest and valuable questions.


Thank you,
Izak Matatya