Many outstanding gamblers have commented on a mystical connection between their own attitude towards money and Luck. Even Russian poet N. A. Nekrasov, going to a big game, put the money he was prepared to loose in a separate pocket. «It is necessary to think of this money as if they are already lost,» he said. Luck loves a casual relationship towards money. If a player obsesses over every bet, if he takes money away from his family or any important affairs, he shouldn’t be playing.
Let’s now examine how the Thomas Donald Roulette System works in practice.
We will always bet on red, and our initial bet is €1. Assume that out of 37 spins, red is landed upon 18 times, black is landed upon the same number, and zero is landed upon once. Now assume red and black take turns in the following manner: 4 times red, 4 times black, 3 times red, 3 times black, 2 times red, 2 times black, down to one time each.
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As a result we have won €3 even though we lost one more bet than we won. Note that the alternation of red and black was very unprofitable for us: for the first 4 times we won only €1 for every time. If the series had begun with 4 black, then the following 4 wins would bring not €4, but €14 (5+4+3+2). If we reversed the order that the red and black fell in the above series, we would have won €17.