6 & 8 Regression / Progression with 4/10

Updated August 9 2014 by Nelson who originally submitted this strategy!

 

  •  The strategy is strictly place betting.  It is based on the following:
    • The 6 and 8 are the two place numbers that are most frequently rolled.
      • The house advantage on the 6/8 is 1.52%.
    • The 4/10 payoff is 2 to1[buy].
      • The house advantage on the 4/10 [buy] is 1.67% if the 5% commission is paid on the win.

 

  • The strategy has these money management principles:
    • Recoup investment before pressing bets up.  The key to the strategy is hitting a 6 or 8 before a 7 shows.  There are a total of ten ways to make either a 6 or 8 and six ways to make a 7.  Odds are 10 to 6 in favor of making a 6 or 8 before a 7.
    • Press bets according to the betting progression for each place number.

 

  • Bypass the come out roll and wait for a point to be established.

 

  • Place the 6 and 8 for $18 each for a total of $36, regardless if 6 or 8 is the point.

 

  • Hit #1 – $18 on 6/8 pays $21.  Take the 6 and 8 down to $12 each for a total of $24. At risk for $3.

 

  • Hit #2 – $12 on 6/8 pays $14.  Place the 4 and 10 for $5 each for a total of $10, regardless if 4 or 10 is the point.  Bring back $4.  Up $1.

 

  • At this point there is $12 each on the 6 and 8 and $5 each on the 4 and 10 for a total of $34.

 

  • If the 4 or 10 hits, $5 pays $9.  Add $1 and press the 4 and 10 $5 each to $10.

 

  • Four place bet numbers [4, 6, 8, 10] are covered for a total of $34/$44.
    • Breaking even.  Lock up some profit.  Press bets up.

 

  • After getting ahead playing with house money, place the 5 and 9.
    • All the place bet numbers are now covered.

 

  • Betting Progressions [Same bet always an option.]:
    • 6/8:    $12 – $24 – $30 – $42 – $66  –  $90  –  $150 – $240 – $360 – $600
    • 5/9:    $5  –  $10 – $25 – $35 – $60  –  $75  –  $125 – $200 – $300 – $500
    • 4/10:  $5  –  $10 – $25 – $50 – $100 – $200 – $300 – $500

 

/Nelson

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