ADVANCED DIFFERENCE SYSTEM 2.0 [ADS 2.0]
WHAT IS ADS 2.0 AND WHO IS IT FOR?
Advanced Difference System 2.0 [ADS 2.0] is the reinvention of ‘The Difference System’ [TDS] originally from ‘Roulette Secrets Unveiled’ first published over a decade ago.
In 2017, ‘Roulette Reverse Dynamic-D’ [RRDD] was published with a new approach that resolved the unpredictability of fluctuations of TDS but the method of play presented by RRDD was not so easy to master. RRDD was also quite sensitive to recording errors which directly impacts data interpretation for bet selection as well as the decision to bet or not to bet.
And because the bet selection process required time, it was not particularly suited for online play or rapid roulette machines in land-based casinos. Very often, bets could not all be placed in time and each losing spin adds additional pressure to the bet selection process for the next spin. RRDD works best for table play in a land-based casino.
With the majority of my customers using TDS for over a decade, and after coming across a folder marked ‘Roulette: Work-In-Progress’ when I was moving house in November last year, I decided to investigate some ideas I had for TDS to see if I could improve it in a simpler manner than RRDD. My efforts resulted in this new publication, ‘Advanced Difference System 2.0’ or ADS 2.0 for easy reference.
- ADS 2.0 is targeted at those who want to play roulette professionally and regularly (like daily) and be able to achieve easy consistent winnings every session without bankroll pressure.
- ADS 2.0 is very easy to learn and master – if you already know TDS it will be a breeze to grasp what ADS 2.0 is all about.
- Bankroll requirements are acceptable but more importantly, playing with ADS 2.0 you will hardly feel any threat to your bankroll – risk is minimal.
- ADS 2.0 also converts zero from being a losing occurrence to a winning occurrence every time. Elimination of the threat from a zero occurrence is a huge plus.
ADS 2.0 is now my preferred system to use when playing roulette.
ADS 2.0’s SINGLE POINT OF FAILURE
The most important FACT about ADS 2.0 is that it only has a Single Point Of Failure. Once bet selection is determined and the betting sequence begins, the single point of failure requires that a ‘loss incurring group of numbers’ (usually identified as the weakest group) MUST occur 6 times before the selected fluctuating group (usually the strongest group) occurs. Anyone who has played TDS extensively will know that this is a very rare scenario to experience – it’s almost as rare as spotting a unicorn!
However, that is not to say that this single point of failure cannot surface. Of course it can – let’s be sensible about this – anyone with an ounce of common sense will know that ANY sequence of numbers can occur at any time – that is the random nature of roulette which no one can control or predict. BUT it also doesn’t mean that because of that fact that you can’t win consistently. TDS and RRDD have both achieved that with varying degrees of success, and I assure you, ADS 2.0 will make it even easier to achieve.
And the 2nd point of failure (yes I lied about the single point of failure) is YOU – YOUR GREED. ADS 2.0 is easy to play and it is also safe to play, and it can also make you lazy, complacent, and greedy. If you allow yourself to fall into those traps, you WILL FAIL at some point. So, do you have what it takes to prevent yourself from falling into those traps? If you do, then ADS 2.0 truly has only a single point of failure!
ADS 2.0 MAJOR UPDATE [MAY 2019]
Although ADS 2.0 was only published on the 13th March 2019, my last trip to the casino lasting a week was to play ADS 2.0 with 2 new tweaks which are included in this major update.
While the threat from ZERO was totally eliminated and turned into an advantage, I had previously thought that the ‘neutral outcomes’ could not be improved until I made a slight tweak which resulted in the conversion of ALL ‘neutral outcomes’ into WINNING OUTCOMES! What does that mean? It means you WIN every spin unless you encounter the Single Point of Failure if you play the progression.
However, the tweak also made it possible and feasible to just play ADS with flat bets and still easily achieve session targets.
No progressions needed for those who find progressions a scary proposition.
This major update also discloses an update on criteria for fluctuations based on recent findings related to the “strength” of fluctuations at various stages of a session.
All these developments are extremely exciting indeed and they all serve to help players achieve regular session targets with minimal stress and risk!
ARE YOU READY TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS?
If you have been thinking about playing roulette professionally, I truly believe that there is nothing better than ADS 2.0. With proper planning and self-discipline, you will finally be able to get yourself on the right track to start fulfilling your dreams and your personal goals, whatever they may be. I am very excited for all who adopt ADS 2.0 as their strategy of choice for roulette. I know you can achieve great things! See you there!
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