Roulette Dolly Marker Predicting System

It can be tough trying to figure out a way to win when betting on Roulette. Game after game you watch as the Dolly Marker is placed in different areas of the betting layout. But knowing where it will be placed over subsequent games is what baffles most Roulette players.

So, what are your options. Well you could try to spot a pattern studying the areas visited by the Dolly Marker on the betting layout; will the next winning number be across to the left or right, up or down or in one of the four diagonal directions or maybe even it will land on the last outcome; a direct repeat number.

Because of the random nature of Roulette, the task of predicting future outcomes will challenge your intellect probably more than any other casino game.

A case can be made for sticking to a certain area of the Roulette betting layout or betting around the area of the last outcome or moving as far away from it as possible, or somewhere in between. Whatever you try, the randomness of the game is probably going to get you scratching your head as your predicting juices begin to flow. It’s this challenge what makes the game so alluring.

But assuming you’re not going to bet on just one number, the game can be less stressful and so more enjoyable if you outlay approximately half the number of chips of a straight up win pay-out. In this respect, I have thought up a system; a Dolly Marker Predicting System, and I’m going to explain how it works and explore its pros and cons.

There are two main predicting methods people partake in when playing Roulette.
1.One way is to Place bets on a betting layout in relation to where players believe the ball will land next on the wheel. For example, if a player believes the ball will land close to the right side of the zero i.e. #32, #15, #19, #4, #21… (European Roulette Wheel) those numbers will be covered by chips on the betting layout. Players might also decide to bet on several areas of the wheel and so whatever numbers they choose in their mind by considering where the ball might land on the Roulette wheel this is reflected in the bets they place on the betting layout.
2.Another Roulette predicting method sees players place their bets in relation to where they believe the Dolly Marker will land next. If you consider the same set of results, for example; #1, #17, #35, #36, #9, #28, patterns formed on the wheel from outcome to outcome are different to those that are formed on the betting layout.

Look at the following two illustrations to see how the moves that form those patterns are different on the wheel and betting layout though based on the same set of results.

You don’t want to be considering too many previous outcomes otherwise the crisscrossing that forms these patterns will begin to confuse you and too much information will render the aim of predicting too complicated. It’s important to keep things simple as possible when dealing with a random casino game such as Roulette. Working from the latest outcomes should ensure keeping up with the order of where future outcomes are likely to occur.

In action:

If you consider a large sample of Roulette outcomes and apply each one to a betting layout and join the dots, from the last outcome to the next outcome, you can see that patterns don’t last. Though some will last longer than others. But they really don’t need to last because to try and profit from these short-lived patterns you only need to jump on betting them as they are playing-out in forming those patterns.
Using x18 same value chips which is half of a 35-1 pay-out plus 1 chip stake returned, we’re going to concentrate on the last two moves seen on a Roulette layout.

Let’s consider the first three outcomes that are: #1 followed by #17 then #35 the information we have thus far tells us that the first move from #1 to #17 is a right direction up diagonal by x5 numbers (counting in a straight line which is easier to workout). And the second move is right across by x6 numbers. So, what we’re going to do is take the last two moves into consideration and apply them to the betting layout.

Let’s start with the first Dolly Marker move and apply it. The first move #1 to #17 is right direction up diagonal by x5 numbers. We want to replicate the move in the most logical order possible. It’s possible to move the same up diagonal by x5 numbers move and we would arrive at #33. We’re going to divide our x18 chips placing half in that area. I would cover from numbers #27 to #36 found on the 3rd column, (27, 30, 33, 36) that’s x4 straight up chips staked. And then I’d place #4 chips to cover numbers #26 to #35 of the 2nd column (#26, #29, #32, #35). Total chips staked so far = x8.

Moving on to the second Dolly Marker move which was #17 to #35 is a right across by x6 numbers. Now we can’t logically replicate this move because there are no numbers to the right side of #35. And we need to count x6 boxes across to the right so even if say we were at #29 because we can’t make six moves to the right, we need to place the next most logical bets. In my view these would be to stick to heading right but begin from the last #35 imagining that the betting layout has no edges, as if the #34, #35 and #36 met up with the #1, #2 and #3 like the continuation of a wheel. So, we’d count six numbered boxes to the right from #35 and so we’d arrive at #17. I’d cover #14, #17, #20 which is one number each side of #17.

We still have x7 chips left. It makes sense to cover numbers #23 and #24 since these are in our target areas. With the five remaining chips I’d cover numbers, #11, #12, #15, #18, #21.

I’ve highlighted the betting selections below.

If you don’t want to get too technical about where you place you chips once you’ve ascertained where your target areas are, you could sporadically bet around the two most important numbers you’ve pinpointed; the two target areas. For example, numbers #17 and #35 are the key numbers though #35 causes you to come in counting from number #2. You could bet all around #35 and #17 with straight up, splits and corner bets as in the illustration below.

Sometimes sporadic betting pays off since you might get paid on one or more straight ups, splits, corners. This style of betting is more suited to when a game doesn’t allow enough time to place your bets before the next spin. And if you’re the kind of player that likes to be a bit loose in how you bet.

This is the core of the Dolly Marker Predicting System, it’s about replicating the last two moves and trying to replicate them as close to possible on the betting layout using no more than x18 chips.

You’re only ever going to be challenged by eight possibilities as seen in the illustration below aside from a repeat. These are:
1.Right Direction Up Diagonal
2.Left Direction Up Diagonal
3.Right Direction Down Diagonal
4.Left Direction Down Diagonal
7.Across left
8.Across right

But using the last two outcomes I see as moves, this will give you a fair roulette odds of tapping into a forming pattern. It’s more prudent to stick to keeping up with the last two moves rather than trying to decide what random area the Dolly Marker might be heading for next. You’ll not always be correct, of course that’s determined by the future of the outcomes which is intrinsic to the randomness nature of Roulette games, however in sticking to a logical format as I’ve explained, even randomness must visit this structure sometimes.

The only other possibility aside from the eight moves I’ve stated above is that an outcome becomes a direct repeat of the last outcome. So that if #17 was the last outcome, #17 could repeat. In this instance your betting section would be to stake a chip on #17 and around it thereby making up one of your two moves.

Though on average over many games a direct repeat is unlikely to occur more than 1 in every 36 games. But sometimes repeat numbers show up more often. Just for the sake of it you could cover the last number so that the ‘what if it repeats’ thought doesn’t linger in your mind.

If the last two moves are the same, then your two betting options can be the same as the last two moves, since if this trend should repeat, you’ll get paid out more given that you’d be concentrating your chips to the area on the Roulette betting layout that is proving to be sticky for the Dolly Marker to revisit.

The advantages of this Roulette System are that while logical it also has that random element of not being too precise in that areas covered differ slightly and this is because of the limited area of the betting layout. This is important because since Roulette is a random game of chance, having randomness within the logical reasoning ensures that the Dolly Marker doesn’t have a free run of the betting layout on uncovered areas. At least not all of the time.