The "3/2" roulette system 

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The "3/2" roulette system won't make you rich, but it'll let you enjoy many

hours at the roulette table without doing any damage to your bankroll.

Want to have a better than 2 to 1 chance of winning on every roulette spin?

Take a close look at the three 12-number columns on the table layout. You'll

discover that the first column has 6 red and 6 black fields, the second has 4

red and 8 black, and the third column has 8 red and 4 black numbers.

Winning bets on red or black pay even money. Column bets pay 2 to 1.

Betting on red covers 18 numbers. If at the same time you bet the middle

column you also cover 8 black numbers. Only the remaining 10 black

numbers plus 0 and 00 will be losers.

You have 26 ways to win against 12 ways to lose. Find a low-minimum table

(they're plentiful in the smaller casinos in Vegas) and wager three chips

(units) on red and two on the middle column. No matter which of your 26

numbers comes up, you'll show a profit.

If one of the red numbers in the first or third columns shows, you'll win

three for betting red and lose two on the column bet. If one of the 8 black

numbers in the middle column hits, you'll collect four for the column wager

and lose the three placed on red. Either way you'll have a one-unit profit.

And if the ball lands on a red number in that center column you'll collect on

both bets for a total profit of seven units. If you enjoy playing roulette, this

system will let you stay at the table for extended periods without doing

damage to your gambling budget.

Be sure to ask to be rated when you sit down to play and rake in those comp

points. Even if you only just break even at the table, but casino treats you to

dinner or gives you a complimentary room, you're a winner!

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