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Posted by: mikeyboy, May 24, 2008, 10:05pm
I spoke to somebody who has made good money betting the Voisins and Tiers sections. He flat bets the previous section to win.

Anyone use similar methods?

I imagine certain dealers will have a tendency to spin the same section
Posted by: Carlo, May 25, 2008, 4:34am; Reply: 1
boyboy, who is the voisins & tiers? Explain the system.
Carlo
Posted by: fishy89, May 25, 2008, 5:01am; Reply: 2
[url]european whel[/url]

The european wheel is split into sections as you can see from the picture above
Posted by: manaman, May 25, 2008, 5:17am; Reply: 3
Hi All,

Im new here and hope to share as much as i can!  I tested this a year ago for a while and it was doing great so i took it to dublin bet fun money and was going really well then changed to real money and one dealer was alternating orphiles opposite ends far to much and i lost alot and did'nt bother with it again :(

manaman
Posted by: status, May 25, 2008, 8:17am; Reply: 4
that means you must play all numbers without orphelins which means 28 numbers using flat bets I wouldn't recommend this "system"
a simple test from casinovittoriosa:
in 48 hours of live spins:
- 663 - tiers
- 934 - voisins
- 462 - orphelins
--------------------
663 + 934 = 1597 * 8 = 12776 win
462 * 28 = 12936 loss => -160 loss in 2059 so its not good at all besides, orphelins are my favorite :)
Posted by: theneophyte, May 25, 2008, 1:58pm; Reply: 5
I have tried several ways of playing these and they always fail in the end. It only ever worked fun-betting!
Posted by: 1304 (Guest), May 25, 2008, 6:31pm; Reply: 6
Quoted from theneophyte
I have tried several ways of playing these and they always fail in the end. It only ever worked fun-betting!


fun betting and real betting are the same in dublinbet
Posted by: 1087 (Guest), May 25, 2008, 9:08pm; Reply: 7
Hi Milkyboy,

Yes I have made good profit out of betting on the Voisins Du Zero + Numbers 17 & 34

I wait until the Voisins Du Zero + Numbers 17 & 34 miss for four times then start a progression.

I only again bet on a live wheel

Further info if you need it

Regards,

Si
Posted by: mikeyboy, May 25, 2008, 10:08pm; Reply: 8
Quoted from status
that means you must play all numbers without orphelins which means 28 numbers using flat bets I wouldn't recommend this "system"
a simple test from casinovittoriosa:
in 48 hours of live spins:
- 663 - tiers
- 934 - voisins
- 462 - orphelins
--------------------
663 + 934 = 1597 * 8 = 12776 win
462 * 28 = 12936 loss => -160 loss in 2059 so its not good at all besides, orphelins are my favorite :)



What this guy was doing was betting voisins if voisins came in the previous spin, and tiers if they had came up in the previous spin...
Not every spin but when the tiers/voisins werent alternating he betted, he has made good money from this. I am going to try and experiment with it some more. I like how you can cover all the voisins with splits so you can use as little as £2
Posted by: fishy89, May 25, 2008, 11:14pm; Reply: 9
These are the bets to cover the sections

Voisins Du Zero = 0,2,3 line 2 pieces, 4,7 spilt 1 piece, 12,15 split 1 piece, 18,21 split 1 piece, 19,22 split 1 piece, 25,29 corner 2 piceces, 32,35 split 1 piece
Total bet is 9 pieces 0,2,3 line gets back 24 pieces where as all the other bets get back 18 piceces.
Numbers covered= 17

Tiers= 5,8 split, 10,11 split, 13,16 split, 23,24 split, 27,30 split, 33,36 split all for 1 piece
Total bet is 6 and you get back 18
Numbers covered=12

Orphelins= 1 straight up 1 piece, 6,9 split 1 piece, 14,17 split 1 piece, 17,20 split 1 piece, 31,34 split 1 piece
Total bet is 5 6,9,14,31,34 all get 18 piece back and 1 and 17 get 36 pieces back.
Numbers covered=8

That is how all 3 sections are typically played and covered.
Posted by: theneophyte, May 26, 2008, 3:07am; Reply: 10
Quoted from 1304


fun betting and real betting are the same in dublinbet



wasn't playing at dublinbet
Posted by: colin, May 26, 2008, 4:05am; Reply: 11
Hi Simon please post your betting plan for this 1 love to see it .best reguards .Colin
Posted by: Boo_Ray, May 26, 2008, 4:10am; Reply: 12
Quoted from 1087
Hi Milkyboy,

Yes I have made good profit out of betting on the Voisins Du Zero + Numbers 17 & 34

I wait until the Voisins Du Zero + Numbers 17 & 34 miss for four times then start a progression.

I only again bet on a live wheel

Further info if you need it

Regards,

Si


hi can you plz type progression you used

Posted by: Carlo, May 26, 2008, 9:36am; Reply: 13
I never bet on it but saw it often. Now you remind me on French roulette. In France they play it like crazy because you give money to dealer and he places the bets for you. That is the easy part. Waiting for 4 misses on voisins and than knock it with progression could be successful strategy. Simon give us the progression that we can test it. Thanks.
Carlo
Posted by: 1087 (Guest), May 27, 2008, 8:28am; Reply: 14
Hi Colin & Forum,

Progression is 1.3.9.27. etc etc @ a 0.25p start stake

Regards,

Si
Posted by: cps10, May 27, 2008, 10:12am; Reply: 15
Would be interested to see some tests done and the results...after playing Voisins after 4 misses.
Posted by: status, May 27, 2008, 10:21am; Reply: 16
its not worth it man
Posted by: Boo_Ray, May 27, 2008, 3:28pm; Reply: 17
too dangerous progression and I saw more than 10 misses
Posted by: twackler, May 27, 2008, 10:02pm; Reply: 18
I work in a french casino and a lot of the punters do very well playing the voisins ,and orphelins ,it's probably one of the best ways to play,funny how often a big tipper will see his section showing up. The 6 sector system is just another way of playing the neighbours -it's quite obvious.
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