This book presents the story of the man who broke the bank at the roulette table in Nice in 1966. It is a dry and funny account of how he organised a team of twelve players ( thirteen including himself ) to work a reverse Labouchere betting progression while placing wagers on all six outside, even-money bets at the same time; odd, even, red, black, high and low. Along the way, he offers insights into the effects of gambling on personalities and describes the winning roulette system that he used in detail, along with the discipline, stamina and bankroll required to apply it.
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