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Dane

How many DS in High/Low sequences?
« on: July 22, 2016, 04:58:37 PM »
Some years ago I looked at  High/Low series or sequences.
You know: 1-18 or 19-36 regularly appears more spins in a row.
As you know, 1-18 can be perceived as 1-6, 7-12 and 13-18.
Similarly 19-36 contains 19-24, 25-30 and 31-36.
How many of the three double streets or six lines can be seen in a High or Low series?
I discovered that in most High or Low series we don´t see one or three DS showing, but RATHER TWO!
Can you confirm that?

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Re: How many DS in High/Low sequences?
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2016, 05:18:32 PM »
Hmmm,
This is a really very interesting observation...

dobbelsteen

Re: How many DS in High/Low sequences?
« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2016, 11:54:46 AM »
I think a simple Exel sheet will give you the answer.

Dane

Re: How many DS in High/Low sequences?
« Reply #3 on: August 03, 2016, 06:57:24 AM »
Minimum bets on Even Chances at the B&M Casinos (that I visited  here in Scandinavia) were not small. So I started to bet DS as a cheap alternative. My observation came at that time.

More patterns within  one Even Chances sequence can be seen. Instead of betting each and every occuring number, for example, we may limit our bet selection to Straight Up numbers within one series. Of course we never know on beforehand, if a series is going to last two of twenty spins. Single numbers repeats within  Red or Black series are most visible on the Electronic reader boards and in Permanences.
« Last Edit: August 03, 2016, 06:59:05 AM by Dane »

Reyth

Re: How many DS in High/Low sequences?
« Reply #4 on: August 03, 2016, 08:38:49 AM »
I know Harry did the same thing, moving from outside bets to double streets due to the high cost of the outside bets.  I think he said he typically plays 3 or 4 at a time...

I tried it one time betting 4 DS and following the marker as it bounces from dozen to dozen while waiting for a dozen to repeat and then betting the other two dozens with a 3 step progression.  The DS are neat because you get to choose which numbers you cover, even across 2 dozens at the same time with a single DS or across both High and Low at the same time; I know Harry was saying he liked the flexibility.

Btw, I think Dobble has a Blaise Pascal Triangle system and a Random Row of the Dices system based on DS...?
« Last Edit: August 03, 2016, 08:44:39 AM by Reyth »

Harryj

Re: How many DS in High/Low sequences?
« Reply #5 on: August 03, 2016, 10:53:16 AM »
Hi Reyth,
I actually play either 2 or 3 DS at a time. Rarely 4 DS.

In another post I listed the 10 pairs of opposing EC's that can be formed with 3 DS. I have noticed that Dans's observation is largely true for all of them.

A similar observation can be made about the !5 possible "Dozens" that can be made with DS.

Both of these anomalies can be exploited. Remember that such variations are common in the "short term". Over time they tend to cancel each other out. That doesn't stop us taking advantage Of both swings as they occur.

Harry

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Dane

Re: How many DS in High/Low sequences?
« Reply #6 on: August 03, 2016, 03:50:26 PM »
Hi Reyth,
I actually play either 2 or 3 DS at a time. Rarely 4 DS.

In another post I listed the 10 pairs of opposing EC's that can be formed with 3 DS. I have noticed that Dans's observation is largely true for all of them.

A similar observation can be made about the !5 possible "Dozens" that can be made with DS.

Both of these anomalies can be exploited. Remember that such variations are common in the "short term". Over time they tend to cancel each other out. That doesn't stop us taking advantage Of both swings as they occur.

Harry

"It don´t mean a thing if it aint got that swing"
Too many people play too many DS at the same time.
Dozens: I have never ever seen a Permanenz without any Dozen series. The most rare dozen tonight may appear only approx. 1/4 of tonight´s spin. Most dozen series consists of exactly TWO spins; and of course the probability of seeing both DS in such a small series is  exactly 0.5.
Longer sequences appear from time to time; and then both DS are performing in most series.
"Dozens": I once read, that certain DS pairs have many of its numbers concentrated in certain parts of the European wheel: 1-6  & 19-24.
7-12 & 25-30.
13-18 & 31-36.

The chance of NO STRAIGHT UP REPEAT WITHIN ANY EVEN CHANCE SERIES OF A CERTAIN LENGHT:
Imagine that red appears twice in a row. The probability that the earliest number does not come in the second spin of the series = 17/18.
Within a series of THREE spins the chance of no plein repeat is accordingly (17/18) X (16/18).
And so forth and so on.
According to my cheap calculator the probability of AT LEAST ONE REPEAT
of some number or other within a  RED SERIES  (for example)
WITH AT LEAST SIX SPINS = Aproxx 60%!
Dane

« Last Edit: August 03, 2016, 03:53:47 PM by Dane »

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Reyth

Re: How many DS in High/Low sequences?
« Reply #7 on: August 03, 2016, 07:56:15 PM »

Harryj

Re: How many DS in High/Low sequences?
« Reply #8 on: August 06, 2016, 01:20:29 PM »
On the European wheel the the DS are fairly evenly spread. Even when combined in pairs they have a good spread.

The exceptions are.
1& 4. which form a  4 pocket block from 19-2. And 3 out of 4 pockets from 23-24
5 & 2 which form a  4 pocket block from 29-12 and 3 out of 4 pockets from 11-10
6 & 3 which form  5 double pockets around the wheel

I therefor find it sensible to bet dozens as DS  1 & 4, 2 & 5, 3 & 6. To give the best chance of a hit.

The American wheel is entirely different. 2 & 5 form 2 blocks facing each other. 27-8 and 28-7
The remaining DS form 2 blocks of 4,6,3,1. repeated 3 times.

I have never played on an American wheel, but the arrangement of DS seems wide open for exploitation !

Harry

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