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6th Edition
Published on 10th April 2019

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E very aspect of the natural environment is made of
patterns, from migrating birds to the arrangement of
rose petals. Laws of mathematics govern the
fundamentals of patterns. A wonderful example of one such
pattern is the Fibonacci Sequence, which dictates how most
natural elements occur. The Fibonacci Sequence was first
derived by Italian Mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci in his
book “Liber Abaci”. The Fibonacci Sequence can be seen in
Figure 1:

Figure 1 - The Fibonacci Sequence

You might find this pattern of


numbers rather in-familiar.
However, we can
diagrammatically represent these
numbers, as shown in Figure 2.
The same sequence is now
Figure 2 - The Fibonacci Spiral
represented as a spiralled-
diagram, where the length of each square surrounding the
curve equals to the number within itself. For example, number
3 in the above diagram is relatively equal to the side length of
the square that surrounds it. If we take this diagram and look

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at Figure 3, you are ought to understand how aspects of
nature are truly the work of mathematics…
Thereby through mathematics, it is logically possible to prove
the existence of absolutely anything. Similarly, through
mathematically proven patterns, it is logically possible to win
in gambling as well!

Figure 3 - A Chambered Nautilus


Shell

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C asino Games such as Baccarat and Roulette seem to
have completely random outcomes. However, if
adequately examined and identified, random patterns
prove to be not-so-random after all!
Baccarat consists of mainly two outcomes: Banker and
Player while Roulette also consists of mainly two outcomes:
Red and Black (Only number representing colors)
Remember, Ties are IGNORED in this theory.
Therefore, DO NOT bet for Ties
If we arrange all the Banker and Player outcomes
systematically, you will understand that certain patterns will
start to build up.
Let us start with something we already know and understand:
Buttons!
If we take one, single-coloured button, we can only arrange it
in one restricted pattern as shown in Figure 4. Regardless of
how differently you arrange the button, you can only make a
single pattern. It’s universal and absolute:

Figure 4 - One Button, One Pattern

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Let’s develop this a little bit. Let’s take two buttons of the same
colour. How many patterns can you get? Only two patterns
can be made using two buttons, as shown in Figure 5:

Figure 5 - Only 2 Possible Patterns

You might be wondering that two buttons can make many


more patterns. As a matter of fact, your assumption proves to
be true. However, the patterns that are discussed here are in
the form of a 2-diamensional array, with buttons arranged
according to rows and columns. (Similar to what you will
realistically see in a baccarat/roulette shoe) Thus, other forms
of diagonal and 3-dimensional patterns will be neglected.
Moving on, let’s take 3 buttons. Now, we can make 4 possible
patterns, as shown in Figure 6:

Figure 6 – 3 Buttons, 4 Patterns

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Finally, let’s look at four buttons. How many patterns can you
think we can make with four buttons? We can exactly make 8
different patterns, as shown in Figure 7:

Figure 7 – Only 8 Possible Patterns

It is possible for us to keep on making an infinite number of


patterns with an infinite number of buttons. However, that’ll be
a rather tiring task! Instead let’s derive an equation so that we
can simply substitute the number of buttons (n) and get the
number of possible outcomes (P). The equation shown in
Figure 8 allows us to perform this task:

Figure 8 - Geometric Sequence Formula

Let’s ensure whether this equation works. Instead of n in the


equation, let’s substitute 4, which means that we have 4
buttons with us. Then let’s do the math: (Figure 9)

Figure 9 – Formula Substitution

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As expected, after substituting 4 buttons into the equation, we
get 8 possible outcomes. Try out a different number of
buttons and see how many outcomes/patterns you can get…
If we move back to the gaming table, a normal 45 hand
baccarat game is just like having 45 buttons. Therefore, it is
possible for us to substitute the number of buttons as 45
Buttons and find out the number of possible outcomes.
(Figure 10)

Figure 10 - Possibilities for a 45-Hand Game

Would you believe this? In a 45-Hand Baccarat Game, there


are seventeen trillion five hundred ninety-two billion
hundred eighty-six million forty-four thousand four
hundred & sixteen different outcomes/patterns!
Enough with the numbers, let’s get on to how you can apply
this formula in real time, and win in baccarat/roulette
mathematically and logically!

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T
his chapter focuses on applying the theories we learnt
with buttons, to the actual game. Now instead of the
buttons, let us elaborate using actual Player and
Banker symbols: (For Roulette, simply focus on applying Red
and Black instead of the symbols shown below):
With one Player or Banker symbol, you can only make one
pattern. Remember, that the two symbols are taken
individually. Even though there are two boxes, there is only a
single pattern.

With two symbols, you can only make two patterns as


mentioned before:

With three symbols, four patterns can be made:

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Finally, with four symbols, you can only make eight patterns:

For this theory, it is essential for you to stick to the four


symbolled – eight pattern series so that you can ensure
highest success at the gaming table. With this eight-patterned
game you can win 75% of the time because only 2-patterns
are problematic, and you can always naturally win using the
6 remaining patterns.
Don’t let that discourage you though! As you move on, we will
also explain to you the methodologies of getting through
these 2 problematic patterns, so that you can easily achieve a
99% + target!
An integral component of this theorem is the Bet Placement
Strategy, where we focus on how you should place your bets
according to the required patterns. In the next-topic, we will in-
depth cover how you should bet on your real game, according
to this theorem.

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I n this topic, we will explain to you how you should bet
according to the mathematical theorem. Remember to pay
your fullest concentration, because your attention to details
in this chapter will ensure success at the gaming table. Feel
free to even try out the given steps at a model-baccarat
game.
• DO NOT place bets for the 1st and 2nd hands. This is
because you will be observing the outcomes of these
two hands and using them to decide on the bet for your
3rd hand.
• Start placing your bet (E.g. $30/=) from the 3rd hand.
Depending on the outcomes for the 1st and 2nd hands,
choose one of the occasions below to finalize your 1st
Bet (3rd hand):
The symbols shaded in purple are the ignored 1st two hands
o If the 1st and 2nd hands were 2 PLAYER HANDS you
should place your bet for BANKER (Figure 11)

Figure 11 - Bet on Banker

o If the 1st and 2nd hands were 2 BANKER HANDS you


should place your bet for PLAYER (Figure 12)

Figure 12 - Bet on Player

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o If the 1st and 2nd hands were an alternative PLAYER
and BANKER, you should place your bet for
BANKER (Figure 13)

Figure 13 - Bet on Banker

o If the 1st and 2nd hands were an alternative BANKER


AND PLAYER, you should place your bet for
PLAYER (Figure 14)

Figure 14 - Bet on Player

When you place bets for the 3rd hand, you will win on all
the patterns given below. Therefore, you have a 50%
winning chance on your 1st bet out of the 8 main patterns.

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Because you have won your 1st bet, (3rd hand) your next bet
should be placed according to the following betting sequence:

$10, $20, $30, $40, $50…


More information about this betting sequence is given in the
Baccarat Golden Key Flowchart on page 18
In the case where you lose your 1st bet (3rd Hand), you
should place your 2nd bet ($50/= for the 4th hand) as shown
below:
The symbols shaded in purple are the ignored 1st two hands
• If the 1st, 2nd and 3rd hands were alternative BANKER,
PLAYER and BANKER hands, then your 2nd bet (4th
hand) should be for BANKER as shown in Figure 15

Figure 15 - Bet for Banker

• If the 1st, 2nd and 3rd hands were alternative PLAYER,


BANKER and PLAYER hands, then your 2nd bet (4th
hand) should be for PLAYER as shown in Figure 16

Figure 16 - Bet for Player

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• If the 1st, 2nd and 3rd hands are all PLAYER hands, then
your 2nd bet (4th hand) should be for BANKER as shown
in Figure 17

Figure 17 - Bet for Banker

• If 1st, 2nd and 3rd hands are all BANKER hands, then your
2nd bet (4th hand) should be for PLAYER as shown in
Figure 18

Figure 18 - Bet for Player

Remember, you have won from the 2nd Bet. (4th hand)
Therefore, your next bet should be placed after leaving 2
hands.
Now, according to all the patterns shown above, you have
won 6 out of the 8 patterns. Therefore, you currently have a
winning percentage of 75%.

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However, what will happen if all 4 hands are PLAYER hands
or BANKER hands? In this case, follow the rules as stated
below:
• Now, your 3rd Bet (5th Hand) should be $60/= (Total of
Lost Amount)
• Then, continue as $60, $50, $30, $10, $20, $30… until the
continuation pattern breaks
• Once you reach your basic bet amount ($30/=) return
betting to normal pattern (1st Hand - 30/=, 2nd Hand -
50/=…)

Continue the same way until the


pattern breaks…

If all 4 hands are BANKER, PLAYER, BANKER, PLAYER


alternate hands (Ping Pong) …

OR
If all 4 hands are PLAYER, BANKER, PLAYER, BANKER
alternate hands (Ping Pong), perform the following steps:
• Now, your 3rd Bet (5th Hand) should be $60/= (Total of
Lost Amount)
• Then, continue as $60, $50, $30, $10, $20, $30… until the
continuation pattern breaks

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• Once you reach your basic bet amount ($30/=) return
betting to normal pattern (1st Hand - 30/=, 2nd Hand -
50/=…)

Continue the same way until


the pattern breaks…

DO NOT leave any hands for the above continuous and


alternate patterns.

Note: Through the above continuous and alternate patterns,


we are trying to continue with the same sequence since we
have lost the 1st and 2nd Hands. This is because there is a
much greater probability for the sequence to continue,
rather than to break exactly after 4 hands.

Note: If you are cannot understand why the $60, $50, $30,
$10, $20, $30 continuation pattern exists, we suggest you
refer the Loss Recovery Procedure Chapter of this Booklet
That was surely a lot to go through! Therefore, we have
created an abstracted graphical version (Golden Key for
Baccarat) of the above rules so that you can follow along as
you play!
Note that the mentioned bet amounts in the diagram are
examples only.
If you wish, this betting strategy can also be used for Roulette.

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A
s you may have understood from the previous
chapters, this logical and mathematical formula
focuses on pattern identification for proven success at
the gaming table. Therefore, in this chapter, we will cover how
you can segment your baccarat shoe into the stated four-
symbolled patterns.
Below is a realistic example of a baccarat shoe (Figure 19) that
has been segmented into 4-symbolled patterns. Each pattern
is oppositely coloured in Black & Green and the ignored 1st
two hands are shaded. Remember that Ties are ignored! Let’s
take a look:

Figure 19 – Segmented Baccarat Shoe

The patterns represented in Figure 19 might be quite complex


to comprehend at first. However, let us improve the scope of
understanding by analysing the patterns one-by-one and
learning how to place bets accordingly.

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Ignored 1st Two Hands

$30/= Bet for Banker (Lost) $110 – $110 = $0 WON


$50/= Bet for Banker (Lost)
For continuation…
$60/= Bet for Player (Win)
$30/= For Player (Lost)
$50/= Bet for Player (Win)

In the next hand, $30/= is lost because the sequence is


broken as seen in Figure 19.

In the below situation, we are only leaving one hand,


because the first hand was already used for a $30/= bet of
the previous pattern.

1st Hand already used $50/= For Player (Win)

2nd Hand Ignored


$50 – $30 = $20 WON
$30/= For Player
(Lost)

Ignored 1st Two Hands

$30/= For Player (Lost)


$50 – $30 = $20 WON
$50/= For Banker (Win)

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Ignored 1st Two Hands

$30/= For Banker (Lost)


$50 – $30 = $20 WON
$50/= For Player (Win)

$50/= For Player (Win)


Ignored 1 Two Hands
st

$50 – $30 = $20 WON


$30/= For Player (Lost)

$30/= For Player (Win) $10/= For Player (Lost)

$30 - $10 = $20 WON


Ignored 1st Two Hands

As we have already won from the 3rd hand (1st Bet), continue
with the proceeding continuation pattern as shown in the
Baccarat Specific Golden Key

$50/= For Player (Win)


Ignored 1st Two Hands

$30/= For Player (Lost)


$50 – $30 = $20 WON

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Ignored 1st Two $60/= For Banker (Win)
Hands
For continuation…

$50/= For Player (Lost)

$60 – $130 = $70 LOST


$30/= For
Player (Lost) $50/= For
Banker (Lost)

Because we are expecting a continuation of an alternate


pattern (Ping-Pong), our next bet is $50/= for Player.
However, this is lost.

Once again in the below situation, we are only leaving one


hand, because the first hand was already used for a $50/=
bet (Player) of the previous pattern.

1st Hand already used $60/= For Player (Win) For continuation…

2nd Hand Ignored $10/= For Player (Win) $20/= For Banker (Win)

As we have already won from the 3rd


hand (1st Bet), continue with the $90 = $90 WON
proceeding continuation pattern as
shown in the Baccarat Specific Golden Key
Because we are expecting a continuous pattern, our next bet
is $20/= for Banker. This is won.
The proceeding $20/= bet for Banker is played for the next
pattern (BPPP) as shown in the following page. Therefore,
the betting procedure is continued until the incoming pattern
breaks. Therefore, no hands are left in the proceeding
pattern

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1st Hand already used
for $20 Bet

$30/= For Banker (Lost)


$50 – $40 = $10 WON
$50/= For Player (Win)

$10/= For Banker (Lost)

Since the shoe is almost over, the betting procedure is


halted. Our advice in such situations, if you win your set
target, please stop playing and continue with a new
game/shoe
Total Winnings = $680/=
Total Losses = $590/=
Winning Total = $150/=
As proven above, this pattern-based logical and
mathematical formula evinces to be fully functional and
triumphant. However, the formula will only fail to succeed in
two given occasions:
1. When a series of horizontal or vertical hands break in
exactly 4 hands across the whole baccarat/roulette
shoe.
2. When a series of horizontal or vertical hands break in
exactly 5 hands across the whole baccarat/roulette
shoe.
However, the steps of overcoming this problem is described
in the latter chapter. Therefore, do not lose hope just yet!

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I n this chapter, we will cover the betting patterns and
strategies you should follow when you encounter the
losing patterns of this theorem.
As mentioned in the previous chapter, you will tend to lose a
few bets when exact 4-hand, vertical or horizontal breaks
occur.
However, in a 45-hand game, 4x4 patterns can occur in a
limited number of occasions. This probability will significantly
reduce in a 65-hand game, making your chances of losing
even lower.
If a break occurs after 4 hands, (vertically or horizontally)
your 1st and 2nd bets would be lost. Therefore, you should
now place the 3rd bet (5th hand) according to the betting
recovery process (Refer Figure 20 & 21 below)
What is the betting recovery process?
Before analysing the procedure, let’s look at your
accumulative losing total during 4-hand, vertical or
horizontal breaks (Go back to the Baccarat Specific Golden
Key to revise the formula’s betting rules):
30/= + 50/= + 60/= = 140/=
*Remember to note this amount down in a separate piece of
paper and always keep your basic bet amount (30/=) in
mind*
The accumulative losing total of the bets is $140/=

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To adequately understand the betting recovery process,
let’s look at Figure 20:

Figure 20 – The Betting Recovery Process

For this example, let’s take the basic bet value as $30/=. As
the bet proceeds according to the formula’s betting strategy,
(Refer to Baccarat / Roulette Golden Key) the betting
amount will continue in the following sequence, due to the
horizontal / vertical 4-hand-break
$ 30/= , $ 50/= , $60/= , $70/= …
As you can see, the bet amount increases at a constant $10
per losing bet. If you lose after a horizontal / vertical 4-hand-
break, keep on adding $10 to the bet amount until you win; it
doesn’t have to stop at $70 as stated on the above diagram
After you win, you can decrease each consequent bet by a
constant $10 until you reach $50, where in-turn you should
decrease the next bet by $20 to reach your basic bet
amount ($ 30/=)

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Taken simply, after a vertical / horizontal 4-hand break. You
will lose your first bet ($ 30/=), second bet ($ 50/=) and the
third bet ($ 60/=) due to the linear continuation pattern. If
the pattern breaks exactly after 4-hands, you can continue
with the normal betting procedure (adding $10 to the losing
bet amount) Immediately after you win, start deducting $10
from each consequent winning bet amount until you reach
your basic bet amount
After you reach your basic bet amount ($ 30/=), simply
continue with the normal betting procedure of $30, $50…
(Refer to the Baccarat Specific Golden Key)
Let us perform the baccarat recovery process using one of
the toughest baccarat shoes (Figure 21)

Figure 21 - Advanced Baccarat Shoe

In the following page, we have analysed each individual


pattern of the baccarat shoe (Figure 21) and demonstrated
how the recovery process can be applied to it.

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For further, in-depth understanding of how the recovery
process works, we have also demonstrated the outcomes of
each pattern, individually…

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Ignored 1st Two
Hands
For continuation…

$60/= For Player (Lost)

$30/= For $140 = $140 LOST


Banker (Lost) $50/= For
Player (Lost)

Because we are expecting a continuation of an alternate


pattern (Ping-Pong), our next bet is $60/= for Player.
However, this is lost.

In the below situation, we are only leaving one hand,


because the first hand was already used for a $60/= bet
(Player) of the previous pattern.

1st Hand already used $240 – $210 = $30 WON


2nd Hand Ignored

$70/= For Player (Lost)

$80/= For Player (Lost)

$90/= For Banker (Win)


For continuation…
$80/= For Banker (Win) $60/= For Banker (Lost)

$70/= For Banker (Win)

Because we are expecting a continuous pattern, our next bet


is $60/= for Banker.
However, this is lost.

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In the below situation, we are only leaving one hand,
because the first hand was already used for a $60/= bet
(Banker) of the previous pattern.

1st Hand already used $240 = $240 LOST


2nd Hand Ignored

$70/= For Banker (Lost) For continuation…


$90/= For Player (Lost)
$80/= For Banker (Lost)

Because we are expecting a continuation of a continuous


pattern, our next bet is $90/= for Player.
However, this is lost.

Once again in the below situation, we are only leaving one


hand, because the first hand was already used for a $60/=
bet (Player) of the previous pattern.

For continuation…
1 Hand already used
st
$100/= For Player (Win)
$20/= For Banker
2 Hand Ignored
nd
$10/= For Player (Win) (Lost)

As we have already won from the


3rd hand (1st Bet), continue with the $110 - $20 = $90 WON
proceeding continuation pattern
as shown in the Baccarat Specific Golden Key
Because we are expecting a continuous pattern, our next bet
is $20/= for Banker. However, this is lost.

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$90/= For Banker (Win) $10/= For Banker (Lost)

$90 - $10 = $80 WON


Ignored 1st Two Hands

As we have already won from the 3rd hand (1st Bet), continue
with the proceeding continuation pattern as shown in the
Baccarat Specific Golden Key

1st Hand Ignored $80/= For Banker (Win) For continuation…


$20/= For Player
2nd Hand Ignored $10/= For Banker (Win) (Lost)

$90 - $20 = $70 WON

As we have already won from the 3rd hand (1st Bet), continue
with the proceeding continuation pattern as shown in the
Baccarat Specific Golden Key
Because we are expecting a continuous pattern, our next bet
is $20/= for Player.
However, this is lost.

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1st Hand Ignored $70/= For Player (Win) For continuation…
$20/= For Banker
2nd Hand Ignored $10/= For Player (Win) (Lost)

As we have already won from the 3rd


hand (1st Bet), continue with the $80 - $20 = $60 WON
proceeding continuation pattern
as shown in the Baccarat Specific Golden Key
Because we are expecting a continuous pattern, our next bet
is $20/= for Banker. However, this is lost.

Ignored 1st Two Hands


$10/= For Player (Won)
For continuation…
$20/= For Banker
(Lost)

$60/= For Banker (Win) $70 - $20 = $50 WON

As we have already won from the 3rd hand (1st Bet), continue
with the proceeding continuation pattern as shown in the
Baccarat Specific Golden Key
Because we are expecting a continuous pattern, our next bet
is $20/= for Banker.
However, this is lost.

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Ignored 1st Two Hands

$50 - $10 = $40 WON


$50/= For Banker (Win)

$10/= For Player (Lost)

Ignored 1st Two Hands

$30 - $10 = $20 WON

$30/= For Player (Win)

$10/= For Banker (Lost)

$50/= For Player (Win)


Ignored 1 Two Hands
st

$50 – $30 = $20 WON


$30/= For Player (Lost)

Total Winnings = $810/=


Total Losses = $730/=
Winning Total = $80/=

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These rules might seem rather difficult at first. This is
because we are demonstrating the example with a known
baccarat shoe.
However, when you are applying the formula in a real-time
game regardless of whether it is in a land casino or an online
casino, you should start from the very beginning of the shoe.
Then, it’ll be much easier for you to apply the formula
because you’re playing with an unseen shoe; you won’t know
what the outcomes of the shoe will be.
When your dealer is starting to draw hands in a real-time
game:
• Wait for the first two hands to be drawn (without
placing any bets) Simply ignore any ties in-between.
• Place $30/= for the 3rd Hand as per the formula:
o If you win, continue betting as per the Baccarat /
Roulette Golden Key Flowchart.
o If you lose, place $50/= for next hand (as per the
formula) Continue this process until both your bets
are lost.
• In case both your bets are lost, then switch to the
recovery process:
o Follow the horizontal/vertical pattern direction
without leaving any hands, and:
▪ Add $10 for each consecutive losing hand
▪ Reduce $10 from each consecutive winning
hand

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Note that the adding and reducing amount (x) varies
according to your basic bet amount. For example:
• If your 1st bet is $3 and your 2nd bet is $5:
o x=±$1

• If your 1st bet is $6 and your 2nd bet is $10:


o x=±$2

• If your 1st bet is $9 and your 2nd bet is $15:


o x=±$3
You might have understood that the ratio between the 1st and
2nd bets is 3: 5 and that your basic bet amount should always
be a multiple of this ratio. The value that you multiply the
ratio by (factor) is simply your adding and reducing amount
(x) (Figure 22)

Figure 22 – Basic Bet Amount Ratio

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T he abstracted graphical version of the theorem is well-
suited for baccarat and its associated outcomes. It
also works well with roulette. However, we’ve modified
the same formula but using its inverse patterns, which
prove to be much more successful in roulette
Below are the similar 4-symbolled, 8 patterns in a roulette
game. Remember that in roulette we only consider Black
and Red, not Zeros. To overcome the issues with Zero,
𝟏
always place 𝒕𝒉 of your betting amount. This is just for
𝟑𝟓
you to recover from your losses and always focus on black
and red patterns.
Below is a realistic example of a segmented roulette shoe
(Figure 23) Remember that Zeros are ignored! Let’s take a
look:

Figure 23 – Segmented Roulette Shoe


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The patterns represented in Figure 23 might be quite complex
to comprehend at first. However, let us improve the scope of
understanding by analysing the patterns one-by-one and
learning how to place bets accordingly.

Roulette Bet Placement Procedure


Let us go through each roulette pattern shown in the shoe
above and understand how to place bets according to their
outcomes

Ignored 1st Two Hands


$90 - $40 = $50 WON

$30/= Bet for 3rd Hand (Win)

If the 3rd Hand appears vertically,


continue betting… ($10/=)

$20/= Bet for 5th Hand (Win) For continuation…

$40/= For Black


$30/= Bet for 6 Hand (Win)
th
(Lost)

When you bet $40/= for the next hand as Black, you will lose
but in total you have won $50/= If 10-15 hands continue in
the above fashion, you can make a lot of money as it
happens commonly in roulette

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If the 4th Hand appears
horizontally, start betting from $30/= For $50/= For
the next hand ($10/=) Black (Win) Black (Win)
Ignored 1st
Two Hands

For continuation…
$60/= For Red
(Lost)

$180 - $60 = $120 WON


$30/= For $20/= For $40/= For
Red (Win) Black (Win) Red (Win)

When you bet $60/= for the next hand as Red, you will lose
but in total you have won $120/=. If 10-15 hands continue in
the above fashion, you can make a lot of money as it
happens commonly in roulette

Ignored 1st $30/= For Black (Win)


Two Hands $20/= For Black (Win)

For continuation…
$30/= For Red
(Lost)

$10/= For Red (Win) $60 - $30 = $30 WON

When you bet $30/= for the next hand as Red, you will lose
but in total you have won $30/=.

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Ignored 1st Two Hands

$30/= For Black (Lose)


$50 - $30 = $20 WON
$50/= For Red (Win)

$30/= For
Ignored 1 Two Hands
st
$50/= For $60/= For Black (Win)
Red (Lose) Red (Win)

The pattern is
continued…

Explanation Below
$30/= For
Black (Lose) $50/= For $10/= For
Red (Win) Red (Lose)

$140 - $90 = $50 WIN

Total Winnings = $520/=


Total Losses = $250/=
Winning Total = $270/=

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For those of you who are wondering why the last two
patterns of the shoe were continued, here’s the explanation:
As shown in the Golden Key for Roulette, instead of
stopping at the end of a pattern and leaving two hands for
the proceeding pattern, it is much more profitable if we
continue the B-R-R-B pattern. As you can see, the last
pattern also depicts the B-R-R-B pattern, although final B
contributes to a $10 loss.
That was a lot of information to grasp! Therefore, we have
made a similar abstracted graphical version (Golden Key
for Roulette) of the theorem for roulette so that you can
follow along as you play!
Note that the mentioned bet amounts in the diagram are
examples only.

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ogical Experts hereby hope that you have fully

L grasped and understood this phenomenal pattern-


based logical & mathematical formula. Along with the
facts stated in the document, also remember to maintain
strict discipline at the gaming table, so that you can both
concentrate and win in gambling.
If you still find it difficult to fully grasp the mechanics of this
pattern-based logical & mathematical formula, we
recommend you follow:
• The Baccarat-Specific Golden Key for Baccarat
• The Roulette-Specific Golden Key for Roulette
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