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  • Posted by Bertran Hammad on April 15, 2024 at 5:10 am

    To Start


    $1 Chips: $150

    $5 Chips: $500

    $10 Chips: $1000

    $25 Chips: $2500

    $100 Chips: $6500

    Basic Method:

    Choose any even money outside bet

    (Red/Black or Odd/Even) Pick one

    -I usually play black or red-

    1.Place one unit on whichever bet you choose. (Do not change mid run)

    2.If it hits, take profit and restart with one unit.

    3.If it misses, martingale it, doubling with each miss. (So with $10 chip, it would go 10,20,40,80,160,320) etc

    4.You keep playing it until it hits or you miss 7 times in a row, at which time you’d be out of money.

    (If something like red or black were chosen, it’s hard to miss 7 spins in a row. Once you hit, you get all your money back plus profit)

    Continue until out or up 30%.

    Advanced Method:

    Double bankroll.

    You play it exactly the same way but on two opposing bets, such as Red and Black.

    This is the most fun and most profitable way I have found to play the system because you are always winning somewhere unless you get zero or double zero.

    They do not necessarily have to be opposing bets as long as they are even money on the outside but I find it easier to track if you do something like red and black at the same time.

    I normally use $10 chips for this and I can easily go three or four hours in a sitting.

    Warning: missing seven spins in a row is rare but it does happen. I have been at a table that rolled black 13 times in a row and I lost my bankroll that day but it is not common. overall this is a winner for me 90% of the time.

    I do not recommend the system using EtG tables as they seem to get wise to what I’m doing and usually get clapped on those.

    I’d love to see you guys try this out on a stream. Avid roulette system watcher here.

    I actually came up with this after watching you guys explain the Ploppy systems. Thanks for that.

    Unknown Member replied 1 month, 1 week ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
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  • Unknown Member

    April 15, 2024 at 6:26 pm

    Thanks for sharing your Ploppy Push strategy for roulette! It’s interesting to see how you’ve developed a method that works for you. Using even money outside bets and doubling down after a loss seems like a calculated approach. Have you had much success with it? It sounds like you’ve put a lot of thought into your strategy, and it’s cool that you came up with it after watching some Ploppy systems. If you’re into trying out new strategies, you might enjoy checking out online crypto craps games(https://www.crypto-casinos.com/crypto-games/crypto-craps/) for some added excitement. Keep on gaming and experimenting with your strategies.

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