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Some of the most common bet selection methods are:
1. You can wager on one color only, such as red.
2. You can wager the same as the preceding decision.
3. You can wager the same as the second preceding decision.
4. You can wager the opposite of the preceding decision.
5. You can wager the opposite of the second preceding decision.
6. You can alternate wagering the same and the opposite of the preceding decision.
7. You can alternate wagering the same and the opposite of the second preceding decision.
8. You wager that a pattern will continue for a limited number of decisions.
9. You can skip making wagers after certain events occur.
10. You can just wager randomly.
I have tested each of these types of betting patterns at roulette to determine which ones work the best with the CRB Strategy. After testing different bet selection methods for thousands of roulette spins, the best bet selection method was chosen.
When you first begin to play a game of roulette you only need to observe one decision and then bet that that decision will repeat. You will continue to wager on the same color until you lose two bets in a row.
Let's assume that you convert your cash to casino chips and note that the last decision of colors was a red. You will start out betting that the same color will repeat. You will continue to bet red, regardless of the outcome unless you lose two consecutive bets. Once you lose two bets in a row, you will change the bet selection method.
Table 3 illustrates using the first part of the bet selection method. Here we observed one spin of red and we began betting only on the color red.
The first row, "Bet Selected," is where we placed our wager (red always).
The second row, "Amount Wagered," shows the amount of each wager using the prescribed Betting System.
The third row, "Outcome (W or L)," shows whether our wager won or lost.
The next row, "Actual Decision," is the result of each spin.
The next to last column, "Amount Won" is the amount we won or lost on each spin.
And, finally, the last row, "Total Won," is a running total of our net win or loss.