Watching you three is like watching a trio of dummies straight out of Dostojevky´s dialogue about two times two equaling five. From a past literary genius making fun with the stupidity of mens suppositions in a subject they lack knowledge in to today´s online culture making this allured joke into assumed science. One can´t make this sh.t up.** LOL**

*You know, I have had my bouts in the past with Mike*, one of the very few knowledgeable members here, but having seen him trying to explain basic roulette math and game theory to you three knuckleheads for an extended period of time without getting through, have in a way made me admire his patience with your sheer ignorance of the above mentioned.

In a way he being here, is something of the last guardian against the hords of a mental apathy and almost childish like hypothesis creation of what roulette systems can do, or not.

I have my own forum which takes up my time with active roulette members that earn good money in using proper math and physics and do not bother much visiting this one, or another similar one, due to the over-representation of gamblers here who love to gamble but refuse to study basic game theory or even basic physics of roulette.

Yet concepts (often homemade ones) are used as feeble attempts to prove and defend something lacking any comparable likeness in the perfect game of chance represented by roulette in this case.

Let me share some basic tenets when it comes to science and the way to approach even a simple game of roulette in terms of making basic assumptions and hypothesis. No experiment or series of experiments can ever prove a hypothesis. Contrary to what you might believe, or imagine, one can only rule out other hypotheses and provide evidence that assuming the truth of the hypothesis better explains the experimental results than discarding it. Yet, on this forum wild suppositions, unsupported theories (more like hunches), are established as solid proof to any given statement because it serves a point of the poster as to score points for the said hair-brained idea among his like-minded acolytes.

When you see someone called "Third" on this forum, specifically in another thread, posting a ridiculous claim like this one; "The chances of landing a Dozen in 6 attempts is 90.48%" you instantly know this person basically failed to pass math at even a high school level.

First of all, **the chance of landing a dozen in 6 attempts has a FRACTIONAL PROBABILITY (yes, learn this fancy proper mathematical description of said calculus) of 12/37** (on single zero wheels), every single time the wheel spins and the ball is released. I could mention the ratio percentage X to 1, but why bother?

The roulette wheel above didn´t dwell in thoughts like "I've only delivered first dozen and second dozen for 5 spins now, its time to change to the third dozen to even out the variance curve". LOL - Unfortunately, roulette wheels are not that thoughtful despite what some of these math yokels on this forum might try to convince you of otherwise.

Each and every result is independent of the last, so don't expect the results of future spins to be affected by the results you've seen over previous spins. Expecting otherwise is to sooner or later crash and burn into the wall of reality-based game theory, and this crash is often a shock once it gets all of these ignoramus gambling accounts, and trust me when I say I have seen some of them talk about fatal losses, bouts of depression and self-doubt, and so on, on other forums. claiming roulette knowledge but essentially being unable to calculate the most basic odds in simple or even complex bets in any given game of chance.

As Mike mentioned in some of his more interesting posts, there are indeed ways to win at roulette, but they are based on the reality of having an edge based on certain factors necessary for that edge to be used to one's advantage over the given conditions by the Casino. The only thing that prevents that is ignorance and mental laziness or unwillingness to observe and learn the actual playfield of any given game of chance.