3Q Strategy – Play with 3 Carrè on Roulette

The strategy called 3Q, that is 3 squares, consists of using 3 pieces on 3 yokes, remembering that the yoke is a type of bet that covers 4 numbers, that is, you put the chips between the four numbers you want to cover .

The strategy is simple to apply because you just need to choose 3 carrè and bet a piece on each of them , but we propose the version presented by RD Ellison as shown in the following figure.

As you can see the numbers chosen by the 3Qs are obviously 12 and are the 10-11-13-14 yoke, the 17-18-20-21 yoke and finally the 25-26-28-29 yoke. The coverage is 12 numbers out of 37 so about 1/3 of the table, with a consequent probability of winning of 32.4% which is not bad.

If the draw is successful, a total of 9 pieces are won against 3 pieces wagered, taking home a profit of 9-3 = 6 pieces . In short, an excellent win, because then the case that the pieces are $ 10 chips, guessing the bet would mean winning $ 50 and why not, immediately leave the table and offer dinner to the girlfriend / wife.

A win covers 3 losses, so we recommend playing 3 attempts at most, in fact if you lose the first two attempts and win the third the net total will be zero, so no profit but not even any loss. On the other hand, if you win in the first two attempts there will be a profit of 3 or 6 pieces.

As we said Ellison has chosen these numbers because he says that in his experience of years of playing he has noticed that these are the most recurrent carrè and he is the most fortunate, but this is his thought and his feeling, obviously we do not tell you to bet necessarily these carrè but the choice of dials to choose is up to you.

Match the 3Q strategy

First of all, the 3Q strategy must be played for a maximum of 3 times , that if you are really unlucky you go to lose 9 pieces, if you get it right immediately you win 6 or 3 on the second exit or you break even. Now let’s see what event to release to enter the game.

If you notice a certain recurrence of the carrè on the table then enter the game, probably in those extractions those carrè are particularly winning.

If you see that those carrè instead do not come out, perhaps the moment of their release is coming and in this case you can start with the game, and adopt the 1-2-4 system adapted to 1-1-2-3-4 for a total of 5 play .

Start by betting 3 pieces twice, i.e. 3 + 3 + 3 = 9 pieces. Once you win, exit the game, the series is over. If you lose both times then double down and bet 6 pieces per draw ( ie 2 pieces per side ). If you still lose then you always bet 9 pieces ie 3 pieces per square, finally if you lose you bet 12 pieces ie 4 pieces per square. If you lose again then maybe it’s not evening, and you have lost 36 pieces.

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The Strategy of the Angel and the Hammer

These two strategies, nicknamed the Angel and the Hammer, we have decided to present them together, instead of separately because they are practically the opposite of each other as a table cover, one covers one side, the other covers the other. part of the table.

The hammer strategy, in English SledgeHammer , is a system that uses 4 pieces that cover 4 sextets. In particular, it covers the sixths from number 7 to number 30. The first sixth covers from number 7 to 12; the second sixth from number 13 to 18; the third sixth from 19 to 24 and finally the fourth sixth from number 25 to number 30.

In total, 24 numbers are covered with 4 pieces, with a probability of winning 64.8% which is very high. The numbers, as mentioned, range from 7 to 30.

The strategy is called the Hammer because of its large number coverage , 24 out of 37, about 2/3 of the table, a very high success rate and higher than a simple chance bet.

Wait for a certain event before playing it, that is to wait for the ball to come out twice in a row in the numbers that cover the two unplayed sixths, that is to say the numbers from 1 to 6 and from 31 to 36 come out. twice in a row. In this case, we recommend entering the game with this strategy. Another tip is to observe the table for some time and check that there are no 3 consecutive outputs of the sixths that do not cover the hammer. Obviously in an online roulette with single player session this cannot be done and alternatively you could play another system and simultaneously play the hammer at the same time as the said event occurs. Other advice is to wait and stop, in case you get 2 consecutive wins and wait again for the chosen event to enter the game.

Another way to play the hammer , if you don’t trust to wait for the two sextets to come out of the system twice consecutively, is to watch and mark at least 30 draws and play the hammer when these 2 events occur: 1) note that the 24 numbers of the hammer generally come out in groups of 4 consecutive extractions; 2) the sextets outside the system come out in groups of 3. If these events, you see that they have a certain recurrence, then you have the historical basis to enter at the right time.

Playing the hammer can be profitable but you have to use it with intelligence and not always, because when the losses begin to arrive, it is better to temporarily abandon the use of the hammer and move on, indeed if you lose a lot it is better to stop playing for two months . A true roulette player does not focus on one strategy, but always adopts different ones, also because let’s not forget that roulette is our enemy and we cannot make our strategy understood.

The cover of the angel

The Angel works exactly in the opposite way of the hammer, that is, it covers the two sixths that the hammer does not cover, so 2 pieces are aimed at. The first sixth covers the numbers ranging from 1 to 6; the second sixth played covers the numbers from 31 to 36. It is called the Angel strategy because putting the chips in those positions is like putting wings on the table.

The probability of winning of this strategy is 16.2% that is 12 numbers out of 37, about 1/3 of the table. The winning percentage is low, but the advantage is that with one win you cover 2 losses, so to tie it is sufficient to guess the bet 1 time out of 3.…

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