It can be difficult to find a way to win when betting on roulette. You watch as the Dolly Marker is moved around the betting layout from game to game. However, most roulette players are perplexed about where the dealer places the marker in subsequent games.
You could try to spot a pattern by examining 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 will it land on the previous outcome, a direct repeat number?
Because of the random nature of roulette, predicting future outcomes will probably test your intellect more than any other casino game.
Sticking to a specific area of the roulette betting layout, betting around the area of the previous outcome, moving as far away from it as possible, or somewhere in between can all be justified. Whatever you try, the game’s randomness will most likely leave you scratching your head as your predicting juices begin to flow. This challenge is what makes the game so appealing.
However, assuming you aren’t going to bet on just one number, the game can be less stressful and thus more enjoyable if you bet roughly half the number of chips required for a straight-up win pay-out.
When playing live roulette, people use two main predicting methods.
- One method is for players to place bets on a betting layout based on where they believe the ball will land next on the wheel. If a player believes the ball will land near the right side of the zero, for example, #32, #15, #19, #4, #21… (European Roulette Wheel), those numbers will be covered by chips on the betting layout. Players may also bet on multiple areas of the wheel, and the numbers they select in their minds by considering where the ball might land on the roulette wheel are reflected in the bets they place on the betting layout.
- Another roulette prediction method involves players placing bets on where they believe the Dolly Marker will land next. When the same set of results are considered, for example, #1, #17, #35, #36, #9, and #28, the patterns formed on the wheel from outcome to outcome differ from those formed on the betting layout.
If you consider too many previous outcomes, the crisscrossing that forms these patterns will begin to confuse you, and too much information will make the goal of predicting too complicated. When dealing with a random casino game like roulette, it’s critical to keep things as simple as possible. Working from the most recent outcomes should ensure that the order of where future outcomes are likely to occur is maintained.
How The Roulette Dolly Marker Predicting System Works
When you look at a large sample of roulette outcomes and apply each to a betting layout and connect the dots from one outcome to the next, you can see that patterns don’t last, although some will outlive others. However, they do not have to last long because you simply need to jump in on betting them as they form to profit from these short-lived patterns.
The last two moves seen on a roulette layout using x18 same value chips, are half of a 35-1 pay-out plus one chip stake returned.
Consider the first three outcomes: #1, #17, and #35. According to our information, 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 work out). And the second move is x6 numbers across. Take the last two moves and apply them to the betting layout.
Start with the first Dolly Marker move and put it into action. The first move is a right direction up diagonal by x5 numbers from #1 to #17. We want to replicate the move as logically as possible. It is possible to move the same up diagonal by x5 numbers to arrive at #33. Divide your x18 chips and place half in that area. Cover the numbers 27-36 in the third column (27, 30, 33, 36) for x4 straight-up chips staked. Then place #4 chips to cover the numbers #26 through #35 in the second column (#26, #29, #32, #35). So far, total chips staked = x8.
Moving on to the second Dolly Marker move, a right across by x6 numbers from #17 to #35. You can no longer replicate this move logically because there are no numbers to the right of #35. And we need to count x6 boxes across to the right, so if we’re at #29 and can’t make six moves to the right, we need to place the next most logical bets.
In my opinion, these would be to continue heading right but start at 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 a wheel. So we’d count six numbered boxes to the right of #35 to get to #17. I’d cover numbers 14, 17, and 20 on each side of 17.
We still have x7 chips available. Because #23 and #24 are in our target areas, it makes sense to cover them. I’d cover the numbers #11, #12, #15, #18, and #21 with the five remaining chips.
If you don’t want to get too technical about where you put your chips once you’ve determined your target areas, you could bet around the two most important numbers you’ve identified; the two target areas. Numbers #17 and #35, for example, are key numbers, though #35 requires you to start counting from number #2. You could place straight up, split, and corner bets around #35 and #17.
Occasionally, sporadic betting pays off because the game may pay you on one or more straight ups, splits, or corners. This type of betting is better suited to situations where you don’t have enough time to place your bets before the next spin. And if you’re the type of player who likes to bet a little loosely.
This is the heart of the Dolly Marker Predicting System; it involves replicating the previous two moves as closely as possible on the betting layout using no more than x18 chips.
Aside from a repeat, you’ll only ever be confronted with eight possibilities, as shown in the illustration below. They are as follows:
- Right Direction Up Diagonal
- Left Direction Up Diagonal
- Right Direction Down Diagonal
- Left Direction Down Diagonal
- Across left
- Across right
However, using the last two outcomes as moves, you will have a reasonable chance of tapping into a forming pattern. It’s better to focus on keeping up with the previous two moves rather than attempting to predict where the Dolly Marker will go next. You won’t always be correct, of course, because the random nature of roulette games determines the future of the outcomes. Still, sticking to a logical format, even randomness must visit this structure at some point.
Aside from the eight moves, the only possibility is that an outcome becomes a direct repeat of the previous outcome. As a result, if #17 was the last outcome, #17 could occur again. In this case, your betting section would be to place a chip on #17 and around it, completing one of your two moves.
On average, a direct repeat is unlikely to occur more than once every 36 games. However, repeated numbers can appear more frequently. You could cover the last number just to keep the ‘what if it repeats’ thought at bay.
If the last two moves are the same, then your two betting options can be the same. After all, if this trend continues, you’ll be paid out more because you’ll be concentrating your chips on the area on the roulette betting layout that is proving to be sticky for the Dolly Marker to revisit.
The benefits of this roulette system are that, while it is logical, it also has a random element in that the areas covered differ slightly due to the limited area of the betting layout. This is significant because, because Roulette is a random game of chance, including randomness in the logical reasoning ensures that the Dolly Marker does not have free reign over the betting layout on uncovered areas. Not all of the time, at any rate.