The dozens at the roulette allow you to play in many different ways. You can play on a dozen and if you win you make a profit of 2 chips, or play on 2 dozen and if you win you make a profit of one chip. In the second case, if you lose, you lose 2 chips.
Representation of the dozens at the roulette wheel
P12 represents the first dozen numbers 1 to 12
M12 represents the middle dozen, numbers 13 to 24
D12 represents the last dozen, numbers 25 to 36
The method on the dozens
The principle is to wait for a gap of at least 9 dozen that didn't come out.Then two choices are available to you:
- You play the dozen that didn't come out
- You play two dozen, including the one that didn't come out.
In the first case you play the dozen that hasn't come out, so you apply a martingale on the dozen that didn't appear.
You can play with the following martingale which allows you to play as little as possible but also gives you a lower profit.
Or you can apply a classic martingale (Much riskier) by doubling your losses each time. You will earn much more too...
The second method allows you to play on two dozens at the same time, including the dozen not released.
You have about a 65% chance of winning. But you play twice as much, you reach the betting limit faster.
It is still very, very rare not to win after 11 moves, that would mean that:
- a dozen hasn't been out in 11 shots.
- a second dozen hasn't come out in at least four shots.
In a live casino it is really extremely rare that this happens.
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Good to know: This method also works on columns.
Summary of the dozen method:
- Wait for a gap of at least 9 balls over a dozen (or column).
- Apply one of the two methods mentioned above using the appropriate martingale.
- Stop playing the methods after a profit.
Although this is not recommended, if you have a good capital (at least 500 euros) you can expect a difference of 6 or 7. At your own risk and peril. Read the recommendations on limits to manage your capital.