A few years ago, I was going to the casino every day for two weeks straight (true story). I was making $50 per day and then lost $800 on the very last day due to an extremely unlucky pattern of numbers that came up.

I have been thinking about going back, and have put more thought into my strategy. I would like to share it with you for review below. Consider yourselves lucky; I have never openly disclosed my strategy in writing before.

The strategy involves bringing a large sum of cash with me ($2,000 to be exact). The goal of the strategy is to make small but consistent wins at roulette over time at the casino by placing big bets. It involves patience, mental fortitude, and using the law of averages.

The strategy is this:

1) I do not place any bets until I see that the roulette wheel has landed in Q1 (1-12) a minimum of 5 times [the more times it lands in Q1 without me betting, the better.]

*Rationale: I have studied the patterns on 7 different tables. I rarely see the ball landing in one quadrant more than 5 times consecutively.*

2) After the consecutive pattern shows up in Q1, I then place one $25 chip on Q2 and one $25 chip on Q3. Both bets are on the outside, which means they pay double what I put in.

*Example: If it lands on Q2, for instance, I have a gain of $50 on Q2 and a loss of $25 on Q3, for a net profit of $25.*

**Here is why I need to bring $2,000 with me:**

If I lose on the 6th spin, I have to keep doubling my bet (martingale system) in order to get my money back and to make a small gain.

6th spin: $50 loss

7th spin: $75 on Q2 and $75 on Q3

8th spin: $225 on Q2 and $225 on Q3

9th spin: $675 on Q2 and $675 on Q3

As you can see in each of the bets above, a winning spin only nets me $25 after recouping my losses. The table maximum is $1,000, so the betting stops after the 9th spin.

I'm almost ready to field test it, although it does take a lot of courage to execute.

What do you think of my overall strategy?