Today I want to tell you about a roulette strategy you never heard before: The Kavouras roulette system. Or the Kavouras Bet as I prefer to call it. This roulette strategy has various advantages. Some were intentional (and the reason why Kavouras made such a bet selection) and some were not. The latter were identified by experience, while playing the bet at the casino and are probably even more important than the intentional ones.
When Kavouras designed his bet selection his intentions were:
1) Include many numbers.
Kavouras bet includes 20 numbers. This makes the play less volatile, the appearances more consistent, the losing series shorter.
2) Numbers should be scattered chaotically around the wheel.
We approach the chaotic roulette outcomes with a chaotic bet selection. It also eliminates the possibility of a dealer/casino intentionally avoiding the sector you are playing (since we are not focusing on a specific sector).
3) Not all the numbers are bet with the same amount.
Some numbers have a higher bet and some a lower one. This characteristic of the Kavouras bet was initially just a way to lower the amount of units needed to bet these 20 numbers. Initially it was a way to "keep the bet low" (instead for example bet each number with 1 unit). But in reality, it proved to have many hidden effects and it became the most beautiful advantage of this roulette strategy. (more on that later)
4) Every win offers a profit.
The fact that we bet many numbers and not each number by the same amounts could mean that a few numbers are "defensive" selections, numbers that do not offer a profit, but when they hit they minimize our losses. This is not the case with Kavouras strategy. If a number of our selection hits we get a profit of at least one unit.
And now we come to the unintentional advantage:
The betting amount is also varied and chaotic. This, in combination with the fact that we bet many numbers and we get hits often, allows us to adjust our bets often and in multiple ways. This makes the attack extremely flexible. Extremely flexible indeed.
Description of the bet selection.
I already explained the advantages of this unique and unknown roulette system. It is the most flexible and adaptable strategy I ever met. It is not a "if you win do this, if you lose do that" roulette system. It is much more flexible. And yes, it may also seem a bit complicated until you become familiar with it and come to appreciate its flexibility and understand how to use it in real play.
However the bet selection is a very simple one. No need to follow the table and change your bet. No need to write down past spins. No need to discover hidden patterns. Just 20 roulette numbers*. Always the same numbers. The amount we initially bet on these numbers is fixed. And for the most part the relative value of our bet on these numbers is constant. However there are instances where we need to... be flexible and change th amount of our bets. But we will discuss about how to play the Kavouras stratery, in a future installment. Here I will describe the initial phase of the Kavouras bet, that is the first bet we make on the roulette table when we begin a Kavouras attack.
See how ingeniously chaotic this bet selection is, both on the table, but much more importantly on the (European) wheel. It favors the Tiers a bit but is nonetheless very well balanced. The point here is to be chaotic and not evenly distributed. If you want even distribution just bet Red or Black.
So there you have it: the Kavouras bet. I will explain the complete strategy of how Kavouras made money using this bet in a future article. For now I can tell you that this system is better played with a negative progression.
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