The Green-Black Attack Roulette system works on a double zero North American wheel but is even more fun on a single zero European wheel, especially when “en Prison or la partage” is offered and a player may recoup half of any even-money bet. We always advise to play on a European wheel where possible.
Regardless of which wheel type is in action, the numbers 1-36 are always arranged in the same manner on the layout. There are 6 red and thus 6 black in each section (1-12, 13-24, 25-36) but they aren’t always red-black-red-black. If you are betting on either color, they will hit on the wheel with the same frequency, just as your bet will likely hit with equal frequency when you bet on a section (1-12, 13-24, 25-36). However, something different occurs with the columns.
If you stand at the long end of the table with the wheel at the top, the three columns run vertically in front of you. The column to the left starts with 1 at the top, the middle column starts with number 2, and the far right column starts with number 3.
Now comes the interesting part; Column 1 has six black numbers: 4, 10, 13, 22, 28, and 31. Column 3 had only four black numbers: 6, 15, 24, and 33. Column 2, the mighty middle, has eight black numbers: 2, 8, 11, 17, 20, 26, 29, and 35.
The System- Single Zero Wheel
This is a very easy system to employ and you simply take advantage of the many black numbers in the middle column. In addition to placing a wager on the middle column, you will also place a wager on black, and three split bets with “0”.
Assuming your roulette table has a minimum bet of $5 on the outside and three chips on the inside numbers ($1 per chip); you will start with a $104 buy-in. Wagers start with the smallest bet allowed: $5 on the middle column, $5 on black, and place your three $1 chips on splits with zero covering 1, 2, 0 plus 2, 0 and 2, 3, 0.
In this manner you have covered black numbers and green, therefore only 12 red numbers are your enemy and you still get a nibble if 1 or 3 comes up. Your first bet total is 13 units ($13) and there are several outcomes that will present themselves:
Red on an outside column and not number 1 or 3: You lose all wagers. Repeat the minimum wagers and hope for a better spin.
Red number 1 or 3: You lose your black and middle wagers plus two of your three inside bets, but your return is $11 so your overall loss is just $2. Repeat your previous wagers.
Black on an outside column: You win $5 on black, lose $5 on the middle column, and lose $3 on the inside for an overall loss of $3. Repeat your previous wagers.
Middle column red: You lose your black and inside wagers but have a small profit from the middle column bet. Repeat your previous wagers.
Middle column black but not number 2: You win your $5 black wager, win $10 (2 to 1) on the middle column, and lose $3 inside bets for a win of $12. Anytime this happens add $1 to the black and middle column bets.
Middle number 2 spins: You win black, middle, and a split (numbers 2 and 0) for a profit of $30. Anytime this happens add $2 to each winning bet.
Zero spins: You lose your black and middle bets, but your three inside bets return $39 for a profit of $29. Anytime this happens add $1 to each inside bet and your black and middle bets.
Double Zero Wheel
As with the single zero wheel, you start with a $104 bankroll. You also go back to your original, lowest wager anytime red spins, or your previous wager when 1 or 3 spins. For all other spins with a small loss you repeat your previous wagers. Any spin with a profit you increase your wagers slightly.
This system will most likely grind you down slowly when red is busy, or keep you even for long periods of time when black repeats with any regularity. Once your bankroll is doubled you have the option of quitting with a nice win, or taking some of that profit and going for a big score.
If you want to try and double-up again, increase the outside black wagers $5 and inside bets $1 with every profitable spin. A few streaks of black, especially if they congregate on middle numbers, can boost your table stake considerably.