Seven Roulette Groups System

The mechanism of the group of seven system is a very simple method that is applied to the game of Roulette.

You start by betting only one piece and always make the same bet, in the same color or alternating colors, for seven consecutive hits until you reach the winning of one piece If, at the end of the seven bets, the result was negative, the whole loss plus one unit is assumed as the new mass to be bet and another seven bets are made until the winning of one piece is reached.

If, at the end of the second seven bets, the result was still negative, the whole loss plus one unit is taken as the stake again and another seven bets are made, and so on.

D’Alembert Roulette system

The D’Alembert system is based on the assumption of a return to equilibrium because it closes with zero waste.

For simple combinations, we mean the difference between blows lost and blows won, so, for example, if 90 blows are lost and 57 are won, the difference is said to be 33.

The difference can be negative or positive, in fact, in a certain number of strokes played, it is also possible that those won are in the majority.

But no one has yet managed to exploit a favorable situation of this kind in such a way as to balance a symmetrical unfavorable situation.

Basically, if 90 blacks and 57 reds came, and we were playing on black, it is clear that 33 pieces would have been won because, always finding ourselves winning, we would never have been forced to apply a progression or an uppercut.

If, on the other hand, we were playing on red we would have lost 33 shots, but how many pieces could we have lost? Certainly many more, depending on the system applied, because the progression or upright would have forced us to play with increasingly larger stakes.

Roulette difference

The relative gap decreases with the increase in the number of phenomena examined.

I emphasize relative, the mathematician who has enunciated the law of waste, evidently wanted to keep within the safety limits.

The simplest example of a five-fold deviation of the square root value of the number of hits is a series of 25 to red or black against zero to the opposite combination, since five times the square root of 25, which is 5, gives precisely 25.

From the law of figures, we know that a series of 25 could appear only once in 33,554,432 strokes without considering the zeros.

Considering the zeros, which are 932,067, these hits become 34,486,499 in total, which takes exactly a century to come from a roulette that gives 945 hits a day.

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