Author Topic: To ex VRTech pilots. The latest VR bird VR S2 is now available at VRTech.  (Read 1167 times)

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It has no competitors to speak of in terms of precise sector prediction on any given spin, and thus second to none. Its two unique DHA (Double Helix Algorithm) sector predicting algorithms, named Alpha & Beta, provides astounding win rates between  55%-75% on a 13 unit bet on any given session. For those of you who know your math, a 13 unit blind bet of any given bet selection, on a single zero wheel, has a 35.13% chance of winning.

If the Alpha is low on its prediction rate the Beta kicks in and compensates by including the failed prediction data of Alpha (and vice versa). If both prediction engines have an even hit rate with little or no difference, the pilot selects a 7+7 unit bet selection according to the appearing bet points on the onboard HUD (Head-Up Display) wheel on the platform.

Suffice to say, this is the platform that will earn you up to 1,000 units a day should u wish it (demands at least 2-3 one-hour sessions). A mere 200-300 units is a walk in the park.

Risked stop loss capital is 156 units (allows 3 * 4 losses). As no VRTech pilot so far has experienced this with previous platforms this one demands it more for psychological reasons until the pilot is comfortable and at ease with its extreme profit making abilities.

If you feel, as an ex VRTech pilot that you would wish to participate in valuable data gathering mission with this bird you are welcome to apply for entrance into our Team. Thank you.

(Below one of many test mission against the best online Casinos in Europe (not studios but saloons with present players and gamblers).

The VR S2 in default mode

The VR S2 from its latest mission against Platinum Casino (via proxy

« Last Edit: June 20, 2018, 04:34:55 PM by thomasleor »
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How do I test pilot? How do we obtain and make use of it?
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In quickly trying to do an internet search about this video or software I came across this...
and this...
It appears one roulette forum is a mirror of another. Can someone please tell me whats going on?


This post is intended for VRTech ex-pilots, which you are not. I suggest you ignore this post and read the other ones by the rest of the forum members.


Thomas... you have posted other systems such as VR Wheel Plotter, Fulcrum, and others. How can I help test?


Thomas can you please answer me this question... does your software ever account for zero and also does it ever bet on zero? Thanks :)


It accounts for all 37 numbers on a single zero wheel. If you watch the fulcrum star video link you posted, you see that the platform predictions of most probable sector (or sectors) cover sometimes the zero. So, to answer your question; yes. When the platform calculates that the most probable sector includes the zero, bet on zero and its neighbours is suggested on the HUD wheel with corresponding probability values (anomaly deviation and positive or negative edge from the latest predictions) of hitting said sector.

Based on the state of the variance curve history and prognosis, the VR Tech pilot can rapidly decide if there is good chance for a successful bet, or merely abstain and wait for the computer to suggest new target further ahead in the game.

The VR S2 was developed by the feedback from the current VRTech pilots that sometimes complained on "jumping effect" caused by too many prediction algorithms competing in terms of selection and appearance on the platform which sometimes caused instability in the game win rate, though extraordinary high still had days when the pilot simply couldnĀ“t engage a suggested target directly due to the on board variance graphs warning of negative variance due to said jumping effect.

Where earlier platforms could use anything from 100-300 sector predicting algorithms, the "Shadowdancer" uses a completely different prediction technology of only TWO algorithms, named Alpha & Beta that cooperates in a Double Helix like manner in terms of data comparison and exhange in their predictions and instant feedback from the data input from the test pilot. Hence no jumping effect and more smooth "flying" towards set profit goals.
« Last Edit: June 20, 2018, 05:27:26 PM by thomasleor »
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Thomas, thank you for taking the time to answer my questions. I find your writing very informative and can build from it. Im sure never to the extent you have done in your years of experience, but still gives myself and others a bit of encouragement.

You run the system for 20 spins and then begin bets? Is that a set rule or can that vary?

How do you determine bet amounts? I see mostly splits, with a few single number bets.


My platforms always use flat betting due to the extremely high return and win rate. Based on that the pilot can implement a progressive bet schedule where he increases the unit value for every new mission or say second or third one (all depending on personal taste).

The minimum data input varies from platform to platform. Most demands min 20 numbers, others less (like the recent Shadowdancer)

All bets are placed on the bet points you see as probability values on the HUD wheel. A bet point is either 7 units wide (7 pockets) or 13 units. Through the years my test pilots have tested other bet selections like 5+5, 11, 12 and so on and a thorough analysis shows that based on a specific win ratio of above 50% on each session, the most efficient bet pattern is 7+7 (on two different sectors) or 13 units on a single sector. In VRTech we call that a 7722 (-14 units out + 22 units in)  bet protocol,  or a 1323 (-13 out +23 units in) bet protocol.

The onboard variance graphs provide immensly valuable data to the pilot,  in that he knows the lay of the land where others fly around like blind ducks without a notion of the coming spin. If the variance graph is strongly positive it means that the predictions of the platform in comparison to the spun numbers of the wheel are in phase and correct which means that the pilot can literarly watch how the ball drops down on the predicted sector point right on the center number (bet point) or in the three pockets closest to it). If the variance graph is negative the pilot knows that the ball has a X% chance of hitting the sector but will most likely drop just outside the covered sector or way out.

There are of course other factors involved and the best VRTech pilots know them by heart by now after years of both training-sessions and RM (Real Money ) Play.
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Again thanks. If I think of more questions to ask I will. The information you provide is very informative and people should pay attention. I have learned so much today.


So how does one get involved with this? Is it something you are selling or can I offer to do testing and data gathering while using it to hopefully win money?

I'm currently using an app very successfully and do believe in algorithm being a powerful prediction tool. This sounds even more accurate so I'm really interested to use it.
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I already asked him at pm. Not selling or sharing. Just show off. I mean another EGO issue



Nothing wrong with showing off. Hopefully it gives you motivation that a successful system is possible if you put in the effort. He can be harsh to critics or people wanting something for nothing. After all it took him 10-20 years to develop what works for him. Ive probably spent 3-5 years on my main system tweaking it along the way and still room for improvement. Everything I do is by hand on paper (lots of paper!) while he has built excel files doing calculations for him.

If you really want to learn, spend the time to read his old posts and follow of a few others on here that sounds interesting to you. Nothing worthwhile in life is free.
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