The procedure is to select only tables where the dealer is spinning with their right hand – based on the logic that most people are right-handed and so will produce more even spins.

You note the number which came up, and bet it plus its four neighbour numbers (two either side).

You also bet the number directly opposite the number, which hit, and its four neighbours.

I.e., if you are playing a double zero wheel, and 00 hits, you would bet 00,13,1,27,10, plus the opposite side of the wheel, which would be 0,14,2,28 and 9 as you can see from the wheel below:

Williams suggests that you wait for a “strike” i.e a virtual win, and then bet the next two spins following this. If no strike occurs, wait again until one does and then play the next two spins.

When a strike does occur during betting, you play on until losing 2 spins in a row.

  • The target is 50 units a session, and your buy-in is 100 units.
  • Flat betting only.
  • Total bankroll is 500 units

Mr. Williams suggests playing after a “strike” has occurred because during his extensive testing, he found that the majority of dealers group their winning spins then go cold for 10 – 20 spins.

I actually found that to be true. I recall playing in the Barracuda Club in London a couple of years ago, when a girl came on for her shift, and didn’t hit a strike for 17 spins. She then proceeded to hit 8 out of 9!

Incidentally, Mr. Williams claims a total advantage of in excess of 15% over the casino on the single zero wheel!