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MickyP

Third, Time, Lucky.
« on: December 27, 2018, 10:54:42 AM »
What I'm hoping to do with this thread is to put Third up for a Q & A session.

I titled the thread Third, Time, Lucky;
Third - his pseudonym.
Time - He has expressed the importance of time, especially how it is spent in the casino.
Lucky - As players we all get lucky breaks but it's different when you know where to find that luck, 2 Black was it?

Third, you come across as a seasoned system/strategy/method player. Your posts suggest that you have researched a great about roulette. You also mentioned that you make a living from roulette and I raise my hat to you on that one because it's not always smooth sailing, I know.
I find your sense of humour captivating and your posts mostly fit the topic of discussion. one thing though, I think you have been a bit harsh on Ken and the Troll thing. He is like a trapdoor spider so it's not easy to get to know and understand him but I can assure you he is worth his few words in copper (gold will be pushing it a tad...lol). Be Ken for a day or two on the forum and you will begin to understand how gentle the giant really is.

I'll open this Q & A session and I hope that you will indulge the forum with your words. If you do then the floor is open to all interested member to ask you roulette related questions.

How did you start out playing roulette and what led to you relying on roulette for a living?

 
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Third

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2018, 01:18:05 PM »
Well my apologies about Ken.  I always feel guilty after he :posts well:, so point well taken.

I will tell you exactly how it happened.  I got fired from my job.  I checked my bank account and saw that I had over $9000 saved up.  I just KNEW that I could make money playing roulette AT LEAST while I began to look for another job.  I did some system testing based on the best of everything that I have ever learned in roulette and doubled my bankroll.  I just felt this feeling of confidence and took $750 and deposited and simply started winning.  I will admit here that I DID run into a bump in the road and had to re-design what I was doing mid-stream but I have had non-stop winnings since I started.  My job called me to try and hire me back but I was already making more money at roulette and had doubled my bankroll and so I declined and haven't looked back since.

I must thank God for my success.

At this point I am looking to increase my stakes, accrue some serious cash and head over to my local B & M casino.  This is a long-term goal and I will have to overcome many difficulties to pull this off. 
« Last Edit: December 27, 2018, 01:21:24 PM by Third »
 
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rimsky

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2018, 02:00:00 PM »
Well my apologies about Ken.  I always feel guilty after he :posts well:, so point well taken.

I will tell you exactly how it happened.  I got fired from my job.  I checked my bank account and saw that I had over $9000 saved up.  I just KNEW that I could make money playing roulette AT LEAST while I began to look for another job.  I did some system testing based on the best of everything that I have ever learned in roulette and doubled my bankroll.  I just felt this feeling of confidence and took $750 and deposited and simply started winning.  I will admit here that I DID run into a bump in the road and had to re-design what I was doing mid-stream but I have had non-stop winnings since I started.  My job called me to try and hire me back but I was already making more money at roulette and had doubled my bankroll and so I declined and haven't looked back since.

I must thank God for my success.

At this point I am looking to increase my stakes, accrue some serious cash and head over to my local B & M casino.  This is a long-term goal and I will have to overcome many difficulties to pull this off.
That's the kind of story I like to read in a roulette forum!
Keep on!

 
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Third

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #3 on: December 27, 2018, 02:39:03 PM »
Quote from: MP
I raise my hat to you on that one because it's not always smooth sailing, I know.

Day 3 -$40
Day 9 -$68
Day 23  -$106
Day 24 +$1
Day 25 -$182
Day 27 -$100
Day 31 -$63
Day 32 -$909
Day 34 -$68
Day 35 -$248
Day 37 -$282
Day 47 -$707
Day 53 -$183

« Last Edit: December 27, 2018, 02:46:27 PM by Third »
 
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MickyP

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #4 on: December 27, 2018, 04:29:43 PM »
Yup, I can relate to your stats but as long as there wind in ours sails the journey continues.

How long ago was your first serious game for profit? More importantly, why were you so sure you would win playing roulette?
I only discovered that winning can be fairly consistent after a few years of casual visits to the casino. In those days I played both Blackjack and roulette. On some days I'd win and would want to do it all again the next day but on other days when I lost I'd swear that that would be the last visit.
Roulette is like golf; once the bug bites it "bites". The occasional big wins I had were up to two weeks salary so I kept up with occasional play and a lot of research.
I'm healthy and have sound knowledge of a number of key areas that could land me a great position but in my country my hue of paint is out of season...lol. That's why I play roulette for a living.

Third your story is intriguing. To be honest when you started posting I thought you were REAL because of the pictures you posted but what made me doubt my suspicion was that you are not AP and you use too many words. 
 
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Third

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #5 on: December 27, 2018, 05:04:58 PM »
I have played for money (and lost) for years.  I have been playing for an income since 10/22/18.  There are certain things that I was successful with over the years, even though I didn't make them into a winning method and I guess its kind of like a mental "click" where because I know "A" works and I know that "B" is the best way play, I just was very confident that would equal "C" where I would definitely be winning and I proved it first in practice sessions.  One thing though that I also knew was that there are going to be some losing sessions too because I have never played any kind of HG.  The thing about losing is, we can survive it if we win more often.
 
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mr j

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #6 on: December 27, 2018, 07:09:00 PM »
 "The thing about losing is, we can survive it if we win more often" >> I usually have a small note book with me at the casino. On a losing day, I go to the bar for a beer of course but I jot down some notes regarding my loss. Perhaps the sequences, too many dealer changes etc. I do this while its FRESH in my memory. We all have hobbies in life. I like to STUDY failures (no BS). Whether its my own doings or others that fail at roulette etc. Do the opposite of a failure. Study that failed guy (politely). If you tell me you had a bad day at the casino, I want to know why !!!!!!!!!!!
 
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GIAJJENNO

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #7 on: December 27, 2018, 09:43:04 PM »
"The thing about losing is, we can survive it if we win more often" >> I usually have a small note book with me at the casino. On a losing day, I go to the bar for a beer of course but I jot down some notes regarding my loss. Perhaps the sequences, too many dealer changes etc. I do this while its FRESH in my memory. We all have hobbies in life. I like to STUDY failures (no BS). Whether its my own doings or others that fail at roulette etc. Do the opposite of a failure. Study that failed guy (politely). If you tell me you had a bad day at the casino, I want to know why !!!!!!!!!!!

But the answer will be sometimes very simple. Because you have not got the right numbers at the roueltte table...
 

mr j

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #8 on: December 27, 2018, 10:12:57 PM »
"But the answer will be sometimes very simple. Because you have not got the right numbers at the roulette table" >> but isn't that the surface reason? Again, do it backwards. This is what I would do years ago......I would jot down casino numbers, maybe 300. I would lay these numbers out (in order) on the floor. I would create a method, BACKWARDS first and the beginning of the method, LAST.
 
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Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #9 on: December 28, 2018, 04:59:44 AM »
This was a good read.  I like hearing the backstories of the big dogs.  it's refreshing to know even the more savvy players had/have their bad days too. 
 
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MickyP

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #10 on: January 06, 2019, 08:33:18 AM »
Third, a very simple question, more to end speculation than anything else.

You have not denied or answered allegations that you could be Reyth. Are you Reyth?

Please answer with a Yes or No then add the humour.
 
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mr j

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #11 on: January 06, 2019, 02:53:41 PM »
I have never understood the changing of user names thing? (lol) I simply dont get it. Is it for a FRESH start or something? So everything under the ex user name was a lie?
 

mr j

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #12 on: January 06, 2019, 03:11:12 PM »
Changing user names is like betting on many numbers. I simply dont get it.
 

juice

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #13 on: January 06, 2019, 03:49:30 PM »
I agree with Jim.
And seriously, if you can't figure out that third and Reyth are the same, then, sheeeeesh......shaking my head...
Every post shows more and more the style of his writing.
This assumption is the safest bet you will make today.
Reason? Unknown....
Weird?
You bet!
My guess, is that because he has started his own Mr. Reyth roulette page on the net and out of respect for Kav and this forum, he found it a conflict of interest to keep his old handle. 
I wish him good luck, but he should have just said this from the beginning.
It is obvious that we all will surf the net anyway, and always return to our specific haunts regularly.
« Last Edit: January 06, 2019, 03:56:15 PM by juice »
 
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mr j

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #14 on: January 06, 2019, 04:03:18 PM »
He could PM Kav and say he no longer wants to be a mod. Then do a public thread, saying he does not want to be a mod and then PROCEED with his thoughts. Whats difficult about that? Believe me Third, I 100% understand not wanting to be a mod anymore. If anyone here gets it, I do brother.

On the flip side, MickyP & RouletteGhost post *EXACTLY* the same but..............we are not always correct with assumptions.