The Trident System for Roulette
An Amazing Winning Roulette System
The vendor states, “Hello, I would like to introduce you to a roulette system I recently designed. I have been playing roulette for several years and bought perhaps every roulette system under the sun. About 2 months ago I came across a system created by a guy called Donny Millionaire. He was selling it for $1,000 on his site and could not figure out why the high price. All it was was a set of DVDs. I was on a message board online and found a guy who actually bought his system and all he got was a bunch of word documents. The $1,000 product he was selling consisted of a few systems. One of them claimed that you can profit from every spin of the wheel. You covered 100% of the board and profited on every spin. Now anyone with half a brain can tell that his whole system was BS. Because there is no way to cover the entire board and profit on every spin. The house edge eliminates that possibility.
Well I had to find out more, so I went ahead and bought his system. Now I will not tell you anything that was in his system, because I must respect the rights of the creator of the product, but I would like to point out one very interesting system in his report titled “ The Double Pitchfork System”
The Double Pitchfork System was the one system that sparked my curiosity because the statistics he came up with really seemed to work. His Pitchfork System is the base of my system. Before I go into my system “The Trident System”, I just want to bring up another system that plays a part of my system and this is the “The D\'Alembert System”, also called montant et demontant (upwards and downwards). It is often called a pyramid system. It is based on a mathematical equilibrium theory devised by a French mathematician of the same name. Like the Martingale System, which is a system that requires you to double your bets after a loss, this system is mainly applied to the even-money outside bets, and is favored by players who want to keep the amount of their bets and losses to a minimum. The betting progression is very simple: After each loss, one unit is added to the next bet, and after each win, one unit is deducted from the next bet. Starting with an initial bet of, say, 10 units, a loss would raise the next bet to 11 units. If this is followed by a win, the next bet would be 10 units. Another win would lower the next bet to 9 units. The elegance of the D\'Alembert system that makes it a classic is: Whenever the number of wins equals the number of losses, the net gain is equal to the number of wins.
Now I have played this method before and it does work, but there is a flaw. Much like any system, the one major downfall is long losing streaks. Such as if your playing the black color and red comes out 10 times in a row. Well I feel that I have worked that kink out of the system when using it within The Trident System. Purchase this winning roulette system now!
Files included with this product
- The Trident System for Roulette
The Trident System for Roulette
- Handicap Captured
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