Six Pack Plus Roulette System

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American Roulette Wheel. Photo Courtesy of (Angel Fire Press)

The most attractive aspect of the six pack plus roulette system is that it allows a gambler to play every spin. Many gambling systems force the player to wait for a specific starting point, but that can be boring. With the six pack, you place at least five chips on the roulette layout each spin. This system is designed for an American roulette wheel with zero and double zero.

Most players purchase a "color" from the dealer in the lowest denomination available to start with - you can always go up in value later.

Often games can still be found with 25-cent or 50-cent chips. You will want to start with at least a dozen bets worth of chips, so 12 x 5 = 60 chips minimum, and a good rule of thumb is to have enough for three purchases of the minimum. If you burn through your first stack of sixty, take a break and start again later.

Six pack refers to making bets along the inside of the numbers between them and the three "sections" of 12 (1-12, 13-24, 25-36). When you start, use a single chip to cover six numbers. Example:

First Spin

Place one chip touching number circles "1" and "4" which covers all numbers 1-6. You also place a single chip straight up on numbers 8, 10, 20 and 26. You now have a total of five chips bet and are covering a total of 10 numbers. If 1-6 hits, your profit is one chip, if 8, 10, 20 or 26 hits, your profit is 31 chips.

Second Spin

If you don't hit a number, start in the basement with a single chip covering six numbers and the corresponding four singles.

If you won the last spin, double your bets so you have 10 chips total in action, regardless of whether you hit a six pack or a straight-up bet.

Third Spin

If you don't hit a number, start in the basement again. After the second spin, anytime you hit a six pack number, raise that bet by a chip. Anytime you hit a number straight up, raise the six pack bet one chip and the chips on your straight up bets one chip.

Continue this until you miss a winner and start in the basement again or quit when you reach your target goal, usually 120 to 180 chips.

The premise of this system is that the player is able to cover 10 numbers, and the ball will always land within two spaces of one of your numbers. This makes playing very exciting. Use the straight up number with the following six packs:

  • Bet Six pack - 1 through 6 and numbers 8, 10, 20 and 26
  • Bet Six pack - 4 through 9 and numbers 10, 13, 14 and 15
  • Bet Six pack - 10 through 15 and numbers 16, 17, 18 and 28
  • Bet Six pack - 13 through 18 and numbers 11, 12, 27 and 28
  • Bet Six pack - 19 through 24 and numbers 1, 2, 4 and 26
  • Bet Six pack - 28 through 33 and numbers 00, 22, 24 and 35
  • Bet Six pack - 31 through 36 and numbers 0, 00, 29 and 30

Bet only one six pack combination at a time and stick with it until you book a winner or quit. This system is much different than the Pivot roulette system where you are making a continuation of similar bets for 35 spins.