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Observations about Odd, Even, Red and Black numbers disttribution
« on: January 10, 2016, 10:21:58 AM »
This is a very interesting message I received today by Omid:

"Hello Roulette30!
I am Omid, 22 year old male living in Sweden.
The other day,  I went into a Casino for the first time. I have never had any experience in gambling. And I had a great realization come to me. A realization that the roulette was a game that was designed by great aristocratic mathematicians who designed the game for the survival of the fittest. That the people who were creative and open minded enough could solve the game with combination-al bes with different % of units on each they would be able to beat the game. All casinos in Sweden are run by state and are with one 0. I immediately saw that the colors, combined with odds/evens and some other bets have been un-evenly designed and can be used for ones advantage. I realized that this is something I need to dig into deeper and when I went home I wrote down all the "loopholes" that are in the roulette table.

All colors + odds/evens in different bets that are un-evenly designed. Please view the attached file. These are the numbers that showed me that there is a way to beat the roulette. One needs to use mathematics, Different units combined with different bets in order to find the way. I truly have a great feeling and belief about this. I've been thinking about this every single day since I went home from the Casino. Because I know there is a solution and I know that there are people who know about it but are secretive. I would really love to connect with you and we could brainstorm this thing. If you disagree with that there is any way to earn a living on roulette. Please let me know as well, and why.

Thank you. Best regards, Omid

The Even Colours
Black 10
Red 8

The Odd Colours
Red 10
Black 8

Odd And Even Colours On:

1st 12:  ”5 Odd-red, 1 Odd-black”  ”5 Even-black, 1 Even-red”
2nd 12: ”3 Odd-black, 3 Odd-red”  ”3 Even-black, 3 Even-red”
3rd 12:  ”4 Odd-black, 2 Odd-red”  ”4 Even-red, 2 Even-black”

1 TO 18   ”5 Odd-red, 4 Odd-Black” ”5 Even-black, 4 Even-red”
19 TO 36  ”5 Odd-red, 4 Odd black” ”5 Even-black, 4 Even-red”

2 TO 1 TOP: ”4 Odd-red, 2 Odd-Black” ”4 Even-red, 2 Even-black” (8 RED, 4 BLACK)
2 TO 1 MIDDLE: ”4 Odd-black, 2 Odd-red” ”4 Even-black, 2 Even-red” (8 BLACK, 4 RED)
2 TO 1 BOTTOM:  ”4 Odd-red, 2 Odd-black” ”4 Even-black, 2 Even-red”  (6 BLACK, 6 RED)

The purple e are even black, the blue e are even red.
As you can see, the blues on the left side,  is identically formed as the blues on the right side, as so are the purple ones, and if you look at the remaining ones, the odd red and blacks, they are also formed exactly identical. "

I believe Omid has raised a very interesting issue here.
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Re: Observations about Odd, Even, Red and Black numbers disttribution
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2016, 10:47:24 AM »
Hello guys! I am Omid here. These are all the combinational un-even designs of the game that will need to be observed in order to find the "holy grail" combinations. I know the truth deep inside of me that there are combinations that were designed for the observants. We just need to use these observations that I have written here and find the right combinations used with different units. We need mathematicians who knows how to use these numbers and calculate how these combinations will occur.
If you are a mathematician, expert, or just eager to find the way,  lets connect.
Skype: Travelwithomid
email oshakery@gmail .com

We could also create a group chat on Skype where we can discuss as a team with a common goal. Start with adding me on Skype! Lets do this
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Re: Observations about Odd, Even, Red and Black numbers disttribution
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2016, 10:55:55 AM »
I would also like to point out this article as food for thought.

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Re: Observations about Odd, Even, Red and Black numbers disttribution
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2016, 01:45:20 PM »
All these phenomena can be used in systems and strategies Together the can form hotspots.
Suppose black and even has fallen too much in the last 15 spins
You expect a red -odd number the spot 1/p and 19/21 are hot. I advice to place a unit on 1/6,2/9 ,19/2 and 22/25
A Holy Grail you will never find
Real will refer to the gamblers fallacy but he always do.

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Re: Observations about Odd, Even, Red and Black numbers disttribution
« Reply #4 on: January 10, 2016, 04:16:07 PM »
From my perspective the difference could be in the distribution of win/loss ratio, some of those 3 EC combinations provide more 3 wins/3 losses, while others provide more 2 wins/1 loss or 1win/ 2 losses.
Another guy on this forum said that he has noticed that pairs of EC's like Black and Even or Red and Odd are "running" together,if this is true then someone could balance his results by betting Red and Even for instance, or intensify his outcomes by backing Black and Even for example.
Both of the two options have positive and negative facets, the balancing philosophy is  good when you want to control the drawdown effects, while the opposite maximizes wins.
No matter the way you pick your EC's there is always the opposite, there's no difference in the payouts, so if only one thing can make the difference this is the variance...

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« Reply #5 on: January 10, 2016, 05:01:57 PM »
Another interesting observation regarding the EC's is that approximately 66% of all times the following result is not completely different, neither completely the same.

Let me explain, if for example last result was number 8 which is Low,Even,Black the next most likely will have 1 or 2 same or different EC's, on the minority of results will be exactly the same (Black,Even,Low) or completely different (High,Red,Odd)
The average is to change 1 or 2 EC's, at first glance this could be interpreted as balance,based on this theory we would witness:
33% of all times the 2 out of 3 previous EC's to change
33% of all times the 2 out of 3 previous EC's to remain the same
16% of all times the 3 out of 3 previous EC's to change
16% of all times the 3 out of 3 previous EC's to remain the same
Approximately 2% of all times will come 0

But can we make something practical out of it?

Let's say you sit down and write those changes of all EC's from one spin to the next, each time 1 of the 4 above cases happens it adds up to a total which represents the total of all outcomes.
The same total of outcomes could be reached by different ways, whether you see 3 out of 3 different and 3 out of 3 the same that has no difference from having two times 2 different out of 3 plus two times 2 same out of 3...

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Re: Observations about Odd, Even, Red and Black numbers disttribution
« Reply #6 on: January 10, 2016, 10:23:00 PM »
Very interesting! Just from a quick glance, there are more purple E, than blue E. You would have better odds betting on even-black as opposed to even-red. On the same note, odd-red would give better odds than odd-black. So the best % win would be to bet even-black and odd-red. Thus, cancelling each other out

Forgive me, Im just thinking aloud here!

It appears the board has been well thought out leaving no point unmissed, making everything perfectly equal balance.

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« Reply #7 on: January 10, 2016, 11:55:48 PM »
Ah - the good ol' ROBE strategy rises again. Just a suggestion for the hunters - don't waste your time trying to find a way to improve the odds - it can't be done. As Jake points out, whatever you choose there is always the exact equal and opposite bet working against you and so the odds revert to 50-50. Even if you make the bet a complex one you will find the same.

Instead, I suggest you look at the flow. Roulette as a whole is perfectly balanced because it is a closed system - which means, if some micro-set goes unbalanced in one direction then there is a compensating effect elsewhere on the board. There has to be, because the odds remain unchanged and the system is closed. So don't look at the odds - they don't and can't change. Instead, look at the flow and what various combinations do. Use the flaws (actually they are not flaws - that is just a human perspective) to generate an imbalance that will have a predictable effect elsewhere and jump on that.

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Re: Observations about Odd, Even, Red and Black numbers disttribution
« Reply #8 on: January 10, 2016, 11:57:31 PM »
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an imbalance that will have a predictable effect elsewhere and jump on that.

More gambler's fallacy.

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« Reply #9 on: January 11, 2016, 12:07:03 AM »
Maybe there is something to be learned from the invention and history of the game?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roulette

"A legend says that Francois Blanc supposedly bargained with the devil to obtain the secrets of roulette. The legend is based on the fact that the sum of all the numbers on the roulette wheel (from 0 to 36) is 666, which is the "Number of the Beast".

HAHA
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Re: Observations about Odd, Even, Red and Black numbers disttribution
« Reply #10 on: January 11, 2016, 02:55:33 AM »
I really love this kind of observations. Similarly interesting observation can be made about how the numbers are distributed in the European wheel. If nothing else, it shows how finely (almost divinely) crafted the roulette game is.  It represents and encompasses both the beauty of balance and symmetry and the chaotic nature of randomness.

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« Reply #11 on: January 11, 2016, 03:46:31 AM »
Maybe there is something to be learned from the invention and history of the game?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roulette

"A legend says that Francois Blanc supposedly bargained with the devil to obtain the secrets of roulette. The legend is based on the fact that the sum of all the numbers on the roulette wheel (from 0 to 36) is 666, which is the "Number of the Beast".

HAHA

Scientists and inventors such as Blaise Pascal,when they want to test a theory they create the proper equipment in order to experiment.
The first roulette wheel was such an experiment...

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« Reply #12 on: January 11, 2016, 03:54:14 AM »
Today I played at Dublinbet airball roulette, after some successful playing I've decide to bet the only number which was absent.
This was number 30 (Roulette30)!:-)
I bet with the dynamic progression which I describe on ''Positive expectation on roulette can be proved mathematically'', (1 unit up on each and every spin)
The betting limit for singles is 0.25 up to 5, by the time number 30 hit for first time after hours, I was betting:
five euros on 30, 6.75 euros on its splits with 27 and 33, 6.5 euros on its split with 29, 6.5 euros on its two corners   (26,27,29,30 & 29,30,32,33)

The payout was EXACTLY 666!!!
Just a coincidence??

The limit for splits is 10 and for corners 20.
Before 30, all around numbers (26,27,29,32,33) appeared at least once so this way I didn't dropped so much on the way.(-200 lowest)

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« Reply #13 on: January 11, 2016, 04:16:19 AM »
Nicola Tesla once said: ''If you understand the properties of 3,6 and 9 you can reveal the mysteries of universe''.

3+6=9  3x6=18 1+8=9  3x3=9  6x6=36 3+6=9  9+9=18 1+8=9  9x9=81  8+1=9

Also said: ''If you want to understand the universe think in terms of energy,vibration and frequency...''
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« Reply #14 on: January 11, 2016, 04:29:11 PM »
Nicola Tesla once said: ''If you understand the properties of 3,6 and 9 you can reveal the mysteries of universe''.

So bet on 9 random numbers with a 6 step progression starting at 3 units!