This is my interpretation of the method...
You will have 2 groups of numbers. Let's call them A and B.
A = The 1-6 sixline and the 31-36 sixline.
B = The 10,11,13,14 quad, the 17,18,20,21 quad and the 25,26,28,29 quad.
Now what you need to do is go up to the marquee and look at the last 5 numbers.
3 (the last number)
Put in either the A or B marking where appropriate.....
Now you look to see if either the A or B is dominant.
In this case the A is dominant with a ratio of 2:1.
So you will play the opposite of the dominant (which was A) and play B.
However you will not start playing for B until you see another appearance of the B.
When B does make another appearance...play it for 3 spins.
Quit on a win or quit after 3 losses.
Let's see what happens...
3 A (B is the qualifier)
11 B (This triggers the bet)
30 L (Stop here after 3 losses)
What you would do now is wait for another B to qualify and this re-triggers the bet for a further 3 spins.
28 B (This re-triggers the bet)
28 W (Stop here on a win)
What you do now is move to a new table and start the whole process again.
Like I said, it's not that complicated. There are a few extra rules that I will add in the next post.