SRDDW - Single Repeat Dozen Double Win Roulette System

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SRDDW
Single Repeat Dozen Double Win Roulette System

"has absolutely no abandoned runs"

by Izak Matatya


 

Here is my latest system - SRDDW - the Single Repeat Dozen Double Win Roulette system. 

It feels like the name says it all.  Yes, it's only a Roulette system, since it bets on Dozens and it bets on single dozens for repeating dozens and closes runs on double wins.  However, there is a lot more to it than that.  Yes, a traditional system could make some profits this way, but it would require the betting of hundreds of units for a lot of runs and the end profit would not exceed some 900 units for the entire 15,000 spins of the Zumma tester book.

SRDDW uses a very special technique, method and money management to avoid bets to reach high amounts and the end profit attains +2,398 units without a single abandoned run.

Yes, every run is completed with either 1 or 2 units profit.  Bets normally do not reach high levels like the older traditional systems. 

The method is totally out of the box, very different than the others you're acquainted with.  Runs are not closed the traditional way.  Counts are not reset the way you are used to when runs are closed.  Runs may start with profits of 6-10 units, which are used to our advantage in order not to raise bets throughout the entire run. 

The main disadvantage of the traditional systems in double win strategies were the numerous single wins, that required the raising of the bets in order to close runs on the second consecutive win.  It's no longer the case with SRDDW, which terminates a large percentage of all runs within 1 unit flat bet mode even after a large number of single wins. 

This is due to the ingenuity of this new method of betting. 

After having designed 59 systems, I needed to come up with something with a totally different concept and SRDDW is the result of this recent extensive research. 

The following chart shows the tremendous performance of this system unmatched to any other system's performance.

 A linearly rising profit chart with no losing runs whatsoever on a double zero Roulette game with 5.26% house advantage.  Truly amazing!

The system comes with a full MS-Excel simulation of the entire Zumma 15,000 spins verified for authenticity and integrity.  You can study the details of each run and see how each one of them is closed fully.

The maximum bet limit is set to 223 units, which enables this performance.  This high bet is placed only once throughout the entire system.  The remaining time bets are controlled at a pretty low level. 

A lifetime bankroll of 668 units are sufficient should you ever start your play with the worse case scenario.  Otherwise, 213 units are the lowest you can ever go with this system, before you reach +2,398 units at the end of 15,000 spins.

This gives you an average profit of 1 unit every 6.25 spins or 0.16 units per spin.  If a spin takes a minute, the system will profit you 10 units per hour.  At $10 bets, this means about $100 per hour consistently. 

The system is not complex and the new concept will be simple to understand when you study the fully detailed two examples. the system document is only 12 pages of easy reading.  Blank templates are provided for you to print and take to the casino in order to use the system most efficiently. 

SRDDW goes for $400 and is worth every penny.  Early bird purchasers can have the system at 50% discount for $200 only, if you buy the system for the next 2 weeks until November 4, 2014. 

As usual, your full satisfaction is guaranteed.  If not, you can have your money back within 30 days of your purchase, no strings attached, no questions asked.

 

Thank you!
Izak Matatya

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions on SRDDW
Single Repeat Dozen Double Win Roulette System

First of all, some testimonials:

"I think this is the ideal system to meet my needs!"

"I will say this is the best roulette system I have seen that allows you to bet every outcome!"

And general review and comments from the forum:

"Is this the best system on the market for Roulette. This will depend like everything else what your expectations are for a system. Some people will question putting 297 units or 260 units on a single bet. What I would say to them is what do you expect from a system that bets every decision and is attempting to overcome a HE of over 5% bets are going to get large. 

I think this is the ideal system to meet my needs and here is why:  I play for comps and make my real money playing craps as posted here on LTW. Over the past 4 to 6 weeks I had the idea of playing video roulette betting red and black at the same time and only starting system play after some 0 or 00 only long enough to recover units lost and then go back and flat bet. This can be done for 25 cent bets and can earn your free rooms meals and such. 

Well from what I can see the newest system will allow me to do the same thing and control at what point I would like to start system play.

Izak needs to produce a system that does not take breaks or stop play and I think he has done a great job with this system So much so I was going to go play it live today but work has called and I must go work a 16 hour shift 

Things you may want to know:

1 Pen a paper needed 
2 Each spin you write down 10 things to fill out the template
3 Some simple math skills are need or a calculator on a phone 

Due to these 3 factors I was going to play live and win back only money lost on zeros until I had felt like I could write 10 things down between spins and do the simple math in a timely manner. 

If you want to bet every out come but keep bets lower Try the Parlay system the last roulette only system before this one came out.  Even if you are reading this and saying so what he back tested it and got it to work that was some kind of back testing. And my entry points for live play will allow us to identify just how many bets are needed to close every run in a worse case on a run from hell not found in Zumma 

I will address this now 2,398 units without a single abandoned run. Comes out to 599.50 dollars for a 25 cent player for 15,000 spins.

Great job Izak!"

And now your questions answered:

Q: I would like to know what is the max bet placed so I will have an idea on table range needed. Also I would like to know if you bet every outcome.

A: Quoting from the system document: 

"All the runs throughout the entire Zumma 15,000 spins are closed provided we have set a maximum bet limit of 223 units. To set this limit means that if the next bet exceeds this amount, which happens to be 334, we close the run after that, regardless of if we win the bet or not. We happen to win it. 

A total of 986 runs were closed. The highest drawdown is -668, which is twice the placed bet of 334 units, which happens only once at spin 13,563. The remaining time the bets remain way under." 

The 223 high bet limit is set in order not to have any abandoned runs at all for the entire 15,000 Zumma spins. Now, if we set this limit to bet 200, the highest bet becomes: 

Max bet limit: 200 
Actual max bet placed: 297 
End Profit: 1732 
Drawdown: -667 

with only one abandoned run. 

Two abandoned runs would be with the following parameters: 

Max bet limit: 180 
Actual max bet placed: 260 
End Profit: 1144 
Drawdown: -667 

etc.

Q: Do you feel that there is a difference in Air ball, video, and live roulette?

A: Absolutely no difference between any type of roulette.  Any table would generate a random number between 0 and 36 and that's all the system cares about. 

Q: "3 1 2 3 2 1 3 3 1 2 2 2 3 0 3 1 3 3 2 3 2 1 2 1 1 3 2 1 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 3 1 1 3 1 3 1 2 1 3 0 2 3 3 2 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 3 3 3 1 2 2 3 2 2 1 3 3 2 3 2 

From Zumma single zero tester page 1 does the system beat this?  

A: Well, just by visualization, you can tell any three same dozens showing up (in bold below) shows a double win, thus the surely closure of a run with a profit. 

3 1 2 3 2 1 3 3 1 2 2 2 3 0 3 1 3 3 2 3 2 1 2 1 1 3 2 1 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 3 1 1 3 1 3 1 2 1 3 0 2 3 3 2 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 3 3 3 1 2 2 3 2 2 1 3 3 2 3 2  

What happens in between is handled very nicely by the system. It may even show profits, as each win gives you the double of what you have bet. Thus a sequence of 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 3 1 1 is a W L W L L L W L W after the third run above and which does not have any double wins, gives more profits than losses.

Q: What do we do about on-line casinos, which have only a range of 1-100, if the bets go above 100?

A: What you can  do is to navigate tables. Some tables start $1-$100. Other tables $10 - $1000. They are both at the range of 1-100, but starting with the small limit and navigating to a larger limit is equivalent of using a 1-1000 type of table. As far as the system and the outcome is concerned this does not constitute a problem.

Q: Would your system work for Baccarat?

A: Yes, as a matter of fact, I just applied the new concept to the 1000 Baccarat shoes and the result was an end profit of +2,866.25 units taking commissions into account, all 1000 shoes played continuously with no interruption.  Max bet limit was 212 units, similar to the roulette version.

Purchasers can request this Baccarat simulation and I will send it to them with no extra charge. 

Q: Izak you mentioned this system will also work for Bac making 2800+ units for the 1000 Zuma shoes. How is this possible when you are making even money bets in Bac and 2 to 1 bets in roulette? Does this infer it can play other even money games such as craps?

A: I don't see why not. 2800 units profit for 1000 shoes makes an average profit of 2.8 units per shoe or per 70 decisions of a shoe, thus averaging 0.04 units per decision. 

For 15,000 roulette spins, you're making 2400 units, thus averaging 0.16 units per spin, which is 4 times as much. 

You can increase the average in either mode or game. For instance, in Baccarat you could bet a unit or two more while closing a run and this will amount to a profit of 3336.25 units for 1000 shoes. 

In Roulette, you can double your profits, too, by applying the same strategy for columns simultaneously. 

You need to consider the speed of the game, as well. A roulette spin may take a minute and more in crowded tables. A Baccarat decision is 3-4 times faster. So your average profit may reach similar proportions. 

In Craps, a Pass-line or Don't Pass-line decision could be also slower, but the strategy is equally applicable.

I thank all of you for your feedback, review and reporting on the system.

SRDDW goes for $400 and is worth every penny.  Early bird purchasers can have the system at 50% discount for $200 only, if you buy the system until November 4, 2014. 

As usual, your full satisfaction is guaranteed.  If not, you can have your money back within 30 days of your purchase, no strings attached, no questions asked.

Wishing you all the best! 
Izak