well... its very simple actually. We narrow the probability pretty well to be quite honest. the thing is, we bring like 20,000 to gamble with to cover the table limits.

Basically, we place bets on the numbers and like i said we pyrimid bet our place bets. we are extreamly diciplined and patient. For instance, we will place 60.00 on the 6 after the point has come out. if it hits we drop down to 30.00 which pays for the 30 left out there, and wins 30 dollars as well. and any time it hits after that is just extra money. If the seven comes out before it hits, then we will place 120, 240, 480 and so on. once it hits again though, we drop back down to 30. It is extreamly unlikely that it seven's out 8 times before it hits a number. obviously we place the 4 & 10 as the same number to even out the odds 50/25.

And so it wins all the time. My thing is that i would hope vegas is just waiting for the time it does actually go 8 times without hitting and we loose 20k-40k or so. But its a pretty consistent system which makes a significant amount of money, so i worry they just might deny me business. What do you all think?

PS: about the math over time... its like flipping a coin 50/50 chance (although coins are unevely weighted so it doesn't work out in reality as 50/50). sure one thinks that it is 50/50 each flip, but remember its about the number of consecutive hits. so the first flip is 50/50 to hit heads. but to hit heads again is 50% X 50%= 1/4... and it just decreases each flip. its the same concept with the dice; even if it is not quite 50% odds.