In my continued analysis of betting systems, I would like to turn my attention to systems one has to pay for. In doing a search on the topic, I came across the Keefer Roulette System. This book appears to be out of print, but used copies are going for about $23 on Amazon. It pained me greatly to have to pay for one.
That said, the whole system was easily fit on two pages. It is basically a nine-step Martingale with these tweaks:
1. Instead of jumping from 2 to 4 unit bet, the player goes to 3 after 2. In other words, the sequence is 1-2-3-6-12-24-48-96-192.
2. The player plays opposite bets at the same time.
I explain it in more detail and cover an analysis of the single-zero game at my new page at WoO on the Keefer Roulette System. My double-zero simulation is currently running and I’ll update the page tomorrow with those results. I also plan to retake the pictures of the eight key pages.
For now, I throw it open to the forum for comments. Of the attorneys on the forum, I ask whether I am within the “fair use” rules to explain the system and/or show pictures of some of the pages?
The question for the forum is would you use the Keefer System?