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mr j

99% there?
« on: May 31, 2018, 12:38:16 AM »
I feel I have all my ducks in a row with roulette. 99% not even debatable. Except ONE thing, bugging the s**t out of me for years now. >> When to quit when winning?

 I use the same rule now for years regarding when to quit when losing, no changes needed there.

 For winning, as it is now..... x1.5 of a net win, done for the day. *BUT* I also see the opposite view.
 If your method is that good, why not keep playing? and there is the issue, I do see BOTH sides though.

 My unit sizes are not small so I do get great wins, go home!

 I look at it, why PUSH it ?!?! Say I'm up 2k, if I quit right then, I am guaranteed to go home with 2k.
 If I keep playing, that guarantee no longer exists. It now becomes a MAYBE.

 Like I said, I see both sides!! Its really my *LAST* hurdle in this game!!

Ken
 

MrPerfect.

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2018, 03:09:33 AM »
What do you mean by " x1.5" ? Do you win 50% of the bank and stop for a day?
 

mr j

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2018, 03:52:20 AM »
I answered this many times but I'll do it again....just for you lover.
I'll use $10 units (only an example) for my bets, 2-4 numbers.

So a win is $350. My BR is x4, so $1,400 would be my BR.

x1.5 is my stop point for the day. So 1.5 of $350 is $525, stop for the day.
Also, I have done other threads regarding, the LONGER you play, your win/goal needs to come down.
Example being, your 1st hour playing and your 9th hour playing, your win/goal should not be the same. After a couple hours, I slowly start DROPPING my goal, little by little. If I'm on my 7th hour and am at $470 profit, f**k it, done.

Ken
 

MrPerfect.

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #3 on: May 31, 2018, 10:50:23 AM »
 It's very high risk/reward ratio. You need to put up unit value when you win.
 

mr j

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #4 on: May 31, 2018, 12:58:54 PM »
I disagree but thank you for your post.

Ken
 

mr j

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #5 on: May 31, 2018, 10:10:27 PM »

 Its really my *LAST* hurdle in this game!!


and I meant it. Let the stumblers stumble. I'm set-up.

Ken
 

heatmap

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #6 on: June 01, 2018, 12:07:17 AM »
@ken i think you have something most people dont have... control... i have no reason to doubt that you are a winner either and control is the main reason i lost at roulette before and why you see me posting about going up to a table and usually only playing one spin. Success at roulette feels good. I have ALWAYS walked into my casino and made a small amount of money at first but I ALWAYS stay as long as I can because first of all Im crazy and second of all the longer I stay the crazier the results get. If i was able to control myself and not stay til i lost i would be as confident as you are and it makes me happy to at least see one person who says they can constantly win rather than the up and down results. I am curious though where the wheels are that you play on because maybe there is not any security features or less of them than the casino i play at.
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mr j

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #7 on: June 01, 2018, 12:22:35 AM »
A very educated, well thought out, polite post.  :)
Security features? Not sure what you mean. We only have ONE casino here in town, an Indian casino.
The place is *HUGE*, I also play down in Elgin, Ill (boat casino). I like it there more but the drive SUCKS.
Ken
 

heatmap

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #8 on: June 01, 2018, 01:30:52 AM »
Well, I dont know if you have read any of my posts, but ill summarize : I have studied and compared the wheels at my casino by scouring the internet for all of the pictures of similar wheels. The "decommissioned" wheels, or wheels that are sold to the public have physical differences. I have never seen a wheel outside of a casino, or at least within 99.99% of the pictures that I have, with these specific features. I have a picture which I had to sneak, but its a close up a wheel which represents every wheel at my casino. Number one, I *belive* that the plastic, or whatever the pocket consists of, is visually different from a non casino wheel. Number two, at the BACK of each pocket, there are holes. These aren't round holes, they are flat holes. There is a technical name for these holes, which - and ive read this i think within a cammegh patent - are called "air knives". Heres where it gets crazy mrj. These air knives aide in randomizing the results by *apparently* removing friction from the pocket and - the bottom of the pockets contain what I've deemed a - substrate - that is made of a conductive material. The ball doesnt need to be magnetic but can still be repelled - the balls are made of conductive ceramic or something similar. See where this is going? Ill say it myself i know that all sounds crazy and im crazy for thinking it - but if i knew i was correct i wouldnt think i was crazy.

Thats what I mean by security features.

But lets get back to reality im rambling. The holes are real and i have a picture that i can prove by comapring wheels, but the pocket thing is pretty hard to prove because it simply looks like they dont clean the pockets and my speculations are based off of a patent when it comes to the "repelling a ball out of a pocket" theory.
 
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mr j

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #9 on: June 01, 2018, 01:45:31 AM »
I have issues with......"repelling a ball out of a pocket".....because, lets say you are correct and it does NOT land on a high value dollared number. Who's to say it does not land on ANOTHER high value dollared number, the guy sitting next to you perhaps. Avoiding one number does NOT mean, all numbers are avoided.

Ken
 

mr j

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #10 on: June 01, 2018, 01:55:59 AM »
Regar
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mr j

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #11 on: June 01, 2018, 02:00:37 AM »
I'm watching Alien vs. Predator (lol)
 

heatmap

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #12 on: June 01, 2018, 02:06:19 AM »
Like i said all speculation as of this point I only have patents and one picture of the wheels at my casino. I agree with you because i dont know what to think.

But i do have a response in terms of what I was just talking about. I am a very very cheap player. Many players who have played next to me, were simply gambling. They would throw their money on the table like it didnt matter. Ive played as tightly, and as smart as possible, or at leats from what I thought was smart. Trying every aspect. Ive made my own program to make sure i knew which bets on the felt matched up to which numbers on the wheel. The picture in the "a new game maybe not" post, is a screenshot of part of my app. I have made it a point to watch the wheel and make sure i can at least predict the quarter of the wheel where the ball will FALL from the rim and then predict how far it might go from there. I am not an expert, but a seasoned wheel watcher. I can do it for hours. Spinning used to make me sick but my persistence allowed me to eventually catch on.

These people who would play with me ALWAYS win big. And when they would come to the table my "luck" would change magically. As if the specific player had an influence on whether or not other people at the table would win.

I dont believe in coincidence either. Playing by myself I know i can win, but when all of a sudden, after consistently being able to win, and another player come all of a sudden the tides change I have to question it.

Okay now back to reality. Who knows if what im saying has a grain of truth in it. Im just telling you what ive experienced.

I never believed in luck until i started to play roulette. I dont ever doubt luck anymore though. Its a time and place thing simple as that. At least i would hope its as simple as that.
 

heatmap

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #13 on: June 01, 2018, 02:08:55 AM »
@mrj im surprised you link to that scammers website, although he does post alot of information that most people wont - roulette computers - i just dont even trust going on to a server that guy controls. But i have a degree in computer science so im a bit paranoid
 

mr j

Re: 99% there?
« Reply #14 on: June 01, 2018, 02:13:26 AM »
Kav can get rid of it if he wants. I think its fine. I dont look at anything for sale etc., but there is a TON of useful info. Thats why I like it. (lol) >>>>>> I just got rid of it. I dont want people thinking I sell s**t.
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