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### System #14 Straight Bet Rows

In this system, the goal is very simple. You will follow a predetermined series of 8 or 10 bets and as soon as you win 2 bets in a row, you will make a profit.
We will use straight bet for this system. Depending on where you are in the series, when you lose a bet, you will move up to the next predetermined amount in the series and you will bet this amount. If you win this bet, you will parlay the winnings plus the bet. If you win this second bet, you clear all the loses and end the session with a profit.
There is 2 series that you can use with this system. The first series is a 8 number series and allows you to make a bigger profit when you hit 2 wins in a row.
10 – 20 – 30 – 40 – 50 – 60 – 90 - 120
10 – 5 – 7 – 10 – 14 – 19 – 25 – 35 – 50 – 70
Now, here what you can expect to win following these 2 series with odds 1.93 (-107).
8 number series:
Bet Number Bet Profit
1 10 9.30 or 27.20
2 20 8.60 or 44.40
3 30 51.74
The second series is a 10 number series and you make a smaller profit but you can resist a longer losing streak.
The 2 series are:
4 40 48.80
5 50 36.00
6 60 13.20
7 90 34.80
8 120 26.40
10 number series:
Bet Number Bet Profit
1 10 9.30 or 27.20
2 5 3.60
3 7 4.04
4 10 5.20
5 14 6.08
6 19 5.68
7 25 3.00
8 35 5.20
9 50 11.00
10 70 15.40
When you hit 2 wins in a row in one of these series, you make a profit.
Now, here’s the rules to follow:
1) Use one of these 2 series:
10 – 20 – 30 – 40 – 50 – 60 – 90 - 120
or
10 – 5 – 7 – 10 – 14 – 19 – 25 – 35 – 50 – 70
2) First of all, place a straight bet using the first number of the series. If this bet wins, you have two option:
- Take the winnings and start another series.
- Parlay your winnings plus the previous bet in order to make more money. It’s your own choice.
3) If you lose your first bet, move up to the next number in the series and place this bet.
4) If you win this first bet, parlay the winnings and your previous bet. If you win this second bet, you make a profit. If you lose your first or your second bet, move up to the next numbers in the series.
5) When you win two bets in a row, you start a new series.
Now, in order to help you understand this system, let’s see how it works.
We’ll use the 8 number series and we’ll assume the odds are 1.93 (-107). (This system work very well with odds 1.91 (-110)).
Ok….the series is 10 – 20 – 30 – 40 – 50 – 60 – 90 - 120
Day 1
You place a bet of \$10. You win.
Now, you have the choice to take the profit and add it to your bankroll or try to parlay this amount to make a bigger profit.
Let’s say you decide to parlay your winnings plus your initial bet. So, it’s a total of \$19.30.
Day 2
You bet \$19.30 and you lose. In reality, you lose only \$10 because the \$9.30 was the profit from your first bet. You’re at -\$10.
Day 3
You move up to the next number in the series which is 20. You bet \$20. You lose. Now you’re at -\$30.
Day 4
You move up to the next number in the series which is 30. You bet \$30. You win. So you win \$27.90 but you still -\$2.10 in the hole!
Day 5
You parlay your winnings plus the previous bet. So the next bet will be \$27.90 + \$30 = \$57.90. You lose. Now you’ve lost a total of \$60.
Day 6
You move up to the next number in the series which is 40. You bet \$40. You lose. You’re at -\$100.
Day 7
You move up to the next number in the series which is 50. You bet \$50. You win. So, you win \$46.50 but you still -\$53.50 in the hole!
Day 8
You parlay your winnings plus the previous bet. So, the next bet will be \$46.50 + 50 = \$96.50. You win.
So, you win \$186.25 - \$96.50 - \$53.50 = +\$36.25
You make a profit of \$36.25.
Now, you can start a new series with the first number in the series.
If you want to make more money with this series, multiply each number by 2 or 3. You will have a series like:
30 – 60 – 90 – 120 – 150 – 180 – 270 – 360
or if the series is too high, you can use a series like:
2– 4 – 6 – 8 – 10 – 12 – 18 – 24
If you want to use the 10 number series, it is the same rules. The only difference is that you will make a smaller profit but you will be able to resist a longer losing streak and you’ll also risk a smaller part of your bankroll.