In order to understand the principles of the **Carsch system**, let's take a look at the roulette and imagine a typical sequence of numbers the ball lands on: 31 2 33 27 00 28 26 36 9 24 20 23 32 14 27 21 19 11 1 36. And now, please, try to find the interrelation between these, at first sight, completely not related to each other. It might be difficult if you don't have a betting area in front of your eyes. So, here is a hint for you: each following number, the same as each preceding one, is either High (19-36) or Low (1-18). And, if you pay attention to colors, you'll notice that the number 2 is black, same as the number 31. And the number 33 is black same as the preceding one. Number 27 is red, but it is also High, same as the number 33. Do you understand the logic? The distinctive feature of the Carsch system is that it is necessary to look for common characteristics between the current and preceding numbers, on the basis of their color, and High (19-36) or Low (1-18).

Now let's understand how to make bets according to **The Carsch roulette system**. There is nothing extraordinary in it. Place your bet on High or Low and also place nine bets on numbers and one bet on zero. Let's assume that you place your bet on Low (1-18). Consequently, other nine bets you should place on the numbers of High (19-36), but necessarily of the same color as the preceding winning number. And, correspondingly, vice versa - if the bet is placed on High, then nine bets should be placed on Low. The bet sizes are very important, since the bet on High or Low should be twice bigger than the sum of other ten bets. So if you placed ten chips of the equal value on zero and nine numbers correspondingly, you should place the bet of twenty chips of the equal value on High or Low.

Taking into consideration that a loss upon application of the system is quite rare, you can use Martingale system for betting progression. You might experience 3-4 losses in a row, but it is maximum.

Let's study one small virtual example by playing a game with the application of the **Carsch system**: let's suppose that the last time the ball landed on the number 33 (Black and High). Consequently, for the next round you should place bets on all black numbers of Low (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13, 15, 17), and don't forget about zero.

**At a loss, according to the Carsch system, the bets can be placed by two different ways: **

- Make an outside bet same as previous one (High or Low), and place nine bets on the numbers of an opposite color than dropped out one and don't forget about zero.
- Or performing a complete change in regards of the previous betting scheme. Nine bets on black and High should be changed to nine bets on red and Low. Don't forget zero.

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