Cancellation Roulette System
This roulette system appears to be a little complex and intricate. In fact, the same principle of increasing bets after loses forms its basis. The player writes out a column of numbers from 1 to 10 and makes a bet equal to the sum of the top and the bottom line (11).
When the player wins, used numbers are scratched out, as sums up the following pair of numbers.
However, the bet after each win remains 11. After a loss nothing is cancelled but the lowermost remaining number in a column increases by 11. The new bet is made with the same principle – the top number plus the bottom. If, for example, you win twice, and then lose, the column looks like that:
The game continues until the all the numbers on the initial list are scratched out.
It’s easy to see that after losses the increase in the initial bet in an arithmetic progression takes place. But if in Thomas Donald roulette system after a series of loses the decrease of a player’s stack of chips occurs smoothly and after a win the bet decreases by one unit, then in Cancellation roulette system the player continues to play from the initial large sum even after having won. Like in all roulette systems of this type, the prize is practically provided... if the player’s money doesn’t run out, and the size of the bet doesn’t exceed the limit established at the casino.