### Author Topic: Ghostmirror Street  (Read 3230 times)

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#### ignatus

##### Ghostmirror Street
« on: July 29, 2015, 03:46:56 PM »
This is played with 1 street only. (Had very good results so far...)

Trigger: Do one spin, then bet the "other" unhit street within the doublestreet hit for 12 spins (each ds consists of two streets), then STOP and bet a new trigger.

Progression +1u after one trigger is lost,(for the next trigger) -1u after each win.

#### Reyth

##### Re: Ghostmirror Street
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2015, 04:53:51 PM »

#### ignatus

##### Re: Ghostmirror Street
« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2015, 05:32:37 PM »

Thanks!

#### SweSim

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##### Re: Ghostmirror Street
« Reply #3 on: July 29, 2015, 07:04:12 PM »
Hi Ignatus!

Im kinda new to roulette and this forum so can you just explain one example so I understand it 100 %

Best regards, Simon

#### ignatus

##### Re: Ghostmirror Street
« Reply #4 on: July 30, 2015, 03:10:10 PM »
Hi Ignatus!

Im kinda new to roulette and this forum so can you just explain one example so I understand it 100 %

Best regards, Simon

ok Let's say number 4 hits--doublestreet 1/6 has hit. Now ds 1/6 consists of two streets (1/3 & 4/6); street 4/6 has hit, therefore bet "the other" unhit street; (street 1/3) for 12 spins.

#### Trilobite

##### Re: Ghostmirror Street
« Reply #5 on: July 31, 2015, 09:02:53 AM »

ok Let's say number 4 hits--doublestreet 1/6 has hit. Now ds 1/6 consists of two streets (1/3 & 4/6); street 4/6 has hit, therefore bet "the other" unhit street; (street 1/3) for 12 spins.

Why?
Why would a hit on number 4 make the 1-3 street any more likely to hit in the next 12 spins?
Sorry, I don't get it??

#### dobbelsteen

##### Re: Ghostmirror Street
« Reply #6 on: July 31, 2015, 09:49:12 AM »
There is no logic behind the systems of ignatus. There are infinite systems of this kind.

All the pictures show a positive result. There is a mathematical explanation. The systems are not HGs. inspite the beautiful permanence.

Roulette testers give a wrong picture of the features of a roulette or random rows.