## The Gambling Star - The Difference System

Written by S.K. Lee

We will kick-off this first issue with a look at ‘The Difference System’ featured in ebook “Roulette Secrets Unveiled”.

The approach of this system is rather unique and is presented in two parts.

Part-I deals with how one should select correct numbers to play, and this is achieved by recording numbers onto I.C.S Marking card that is specially designed for system.

The process appears complex at first glance but you soon get a hang of it once you have marked a full card. The objective of this exercise is to identify best group (out of a possible 16) of 9 numbers to play. The selection logic is based on what Dr.Lim refers to as ‘fluctuating numbers’.

The analysis looks at occurrence of numbers at each spin and deduces “difference” between occurrences for each group of numbers.

Charting in this manner for 16 to 20 spins, card will reveal whether a fluctuation exists, and if so, which group of numbers are exhibiting strongest fluctuation.

Unlike systems that look for “no shows”, Difference System identifies which group of numbers are “showing more” and “how often more”.

Once this exercise is completed, Part-II of system introduces various betting strategies that can be used to take advantage of information derived in Part-I.

Most systems usually focus on Part-II i.e betting strategy. The selection processes are usually neglected or weak with no logic behind it. Without a powerful and logical selection process, a betting strategy alone cannot achieve long term success.

You can use a flat betting strategy with Difference System or you may choose to play a progression. A 16-step progression is given in a base-table which can be adapted for any table value in any currency that you play in.

However, strategy is not just a straight forward 16 step progression. Further techniques to minimize risk factor are also introduced eg. Playing to 8th step and suspending play; how to gain extra free chances to create more than 16 steps; and most powerful strategy called ‘Dynamic-D’ strategy whereby you play 16 or more steps based on occurrence where values of ‘D’ – difference – is either 1 or 2. This highly effective strategy is like having several layers of safety nets for a trapeze artist in a circus. And let’s face it, we could all do with these safety nets as we are often like a trapeze artist at roulette tables.

“Roulette Secrets Unveiled” is not a typical roulette systems book that contains re-hashed information or makes outrageous claims or ridiculous guarantees of performance. It contains totally new concepts never before published and is based on Dr.Lim’s live workshops which he conducts and charges US\$500 per person for just 3 – 4 hours of tutoring. The ebook is currently very reasonably priced at just US\$247.

## Maximize Profits By Pricing Your Home Right!

Written by Neeraj Varma

By: Neeraj Varma

Setting a price is probably THE most important decision you will make when selling your house. A solid pricing strategy will sell your house quickly and for most money possible. The following will help you get set RIGHT price:

1. Know market:

First go through Internet or local newspaper and find out how much houses are selling for in your area.

Next phone a realtor and make a deal so she gives you actual selling price of houses in your area. The actual selling price is a better indicator of what your house is worth rather than price of unsold houses. If you intend on selling your house on your own, let realtor know up front. If you do a good job on marketing, you will get lots of people coming through your house for viewings. Let realtor know that you will refer those people to her in exchange for help.

Knowing what price houses are listed for vs. what they are actually selling for, will help you formulate a good negotiation strategy.

Look at actual listed and selling prices for past six months within a mile of your house. Make adjustments based on their features to come up with a price for your own house. Your realtor can help with this.

2. Don't over-price!

People often feel their house should be worth more because they have fixed things up, customized certain features or greatly improved appearance. Unfortunately, your competition has also done similar things. For example, you may have done a fantastic job on porch in back yard, but a buyer may consider one porch same as another. She may not want to pay extra money for yours, even though you have done a better job.

If your price is too high compared to SIMILAR houses, your house will just sit there and not sell.

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