If you are using a system called 24 numbers when playing roulette, you have to place your bets on dozens. While using this roulette system you will be making only three versions of bets, which we will discuss below.
Version #1. The essence of this version of 24 numbers roulette system is the correct progression of bets. Here is how this progression looks like: 4 - 8 - 16 - 24. The bets must be placed either on the first and second dozen or on the second and third dozen. Where the roulette ball landed in the previous game will decide on which two dozens we will place our bets. For instance, if the ball landed on the numbers from 1 to 18, our next bet we will place on the first and second dozen on the roulette table. On the other hand, if the ball landed on the numbers from 19 to 36, then we will bet on second and third dozen.
If you lost, then all the bets should be placed according to the progression described above. When you reach 24, you should return to size of the initial bet. If you win, you have to place a double sized bet on the same two dozens. If you double sized bet has won again, you have to return to the size of the initial bet. On the other hand, if your double sized bet has lost, then you have to return to the progression according to the place where the ball landed on a roulette wheel.
Version #2. It varies from the version #1 of 24 numbers roulette system only by the fact that rather than placing bets on dozens, you will be making transversal simple bets. Rather than placing your bets on the first and second dozen you will place your bets on a progression of 3 - 6 - 12 - 18 on the Low (1-18) and on six-line (19-24) using a progression 1 - 2 - 4 - 6. As a result, rather than placing bets on the second and third dozen, you will have to place your bets on the High (19-36) while using a progression 3 - 6 - 12 - 18, as well as the six-line (13-28) using the same progression 1 - 2 - 4 - 6.
Version #3. This version of the roulette play with the 24 numbers roulette system is also very similar to the first version. The only difference from the Version #1 is that when you win, you are not doubling your bet, you are betting what you've won plus the initial bet.
Winning bet of 4 (2+2) - next bet will be 6 (3+3)
Winning bet of 8 (4+4) - next bet will be 12 (6+6)
Winning bet of 16 (8+8) - next bet will be 24 (12+12)
Winning bet of 24 (12+12) - next bet will be 36 (18+18)