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scepticus

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #855 on: June 13, 2019, 12:00:01 AM »
yes , Psyclez .
 Each of the 4 has an equal chance  and yes. you are right to think that any 2  of the 3 x  7 /2 shots give  odds of
5 /4 in the Bettors favour - So even allowing for the House Edge of 2.7% the Bettor has an advantage - an Edge.

The 1 2 3 should not be used because it pays only 2 /1 .  We all,need to understand that an Edge / Advantage does not guarantee a profit . Only that a profit is more likely than a loss.  Random / Variance dictates.
If you wish I could give a few ideas at a later date .
Perhaps in th eforum where my critics can air their ignorance  :D
 
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Psyclez

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #856 on: June 13, 2019, 12:05:51 AM »
Looking forward to it mate thanks alot...
 

scepticus

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #857 on: June 21, 2019, 11:08:10 AM »
USING THE 9 BLOCKS .

Regard the Layout as 9 groups of 4 numbers ( which can be bet as 2  splits.)
These are :
( 1-4-7-10 )  ( 2-5-8-11- ) (3-6-9-12- )

( 13-16-19-22-)  ( 14-17-20-23- ) ( 15-18-21-24- )

( 25-28-31-34- ) ( 26-29-32-35- ) ( 27-30-33-36- )

METHOD
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After each wrong 1-2-3 Dozen  AND 1-2-3 Column calculate the 1-2-4 …1-3-4... And the 2-3-4.of  both Dozens and Columns of the 4th spin.

RULES

1  ) Eliminate  the two Co’s that indicate the next 1-2-3- D and C and bet the other one’s D or C to win but not both = 16 numbers ..

2  ) Where one of the Indicated Co’s is the same as the next 1-2-3 then No Bet as there needs to be a 2x2.

REASONING

1 )  As the 1-2-3 has lost then - barring  a zero one of the 3 groups  of Dozens and one of the 3 groups of  Columns must win  so the problem is - can we guess which one of each can be paired   FOR PROFIT ?   

2  ) The 3 Indicated Coincidentals  are only 3 of 9 possibilities so are less likely to win overall. So a Criss - Cross approach may be best .

3  )  2Dozens  x 2Columns = 4  which leaves 5 against . 

BE AWARE -- Random Variance  decides  NOT the maths,

If you don’t understand just ask - but  please THINK first  !

 If you do  understand but can explain it better then please DO !  !
« Last Edit: June 21, 2019, 11:10:03 AM by scepticus »
 
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