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Title: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: thomasleor on March 25, 2016, 09:07:35 PM
Hello everybody,

As per request from several members I decided to make a video about HEX (Short for Hexagon) and tried to give as simple and yet sufficient information, as possible,  to those members who are interested to build one on their own.

There are  5 videos (around 9 mins each) where I go through the platform and also a session I had on the famous Portomaso Casino in Malta three days ago.

 I´ll try making this vlog into a place, where I will post more videos from online betting with HEX,  in Casinos like Celtic, Portomaso, Ladbrokes and Lucky Live Casino to mention a few.

One member especially had the kindness to help me find encoding software for making videos suitable for youtube. You have my deepest gratitude ;) .

best regards,

Thomas




Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: roulettefan on March 25, 2016, 11:16:32 PM
i have watched all your video
its amazing ?
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: Rourke on March 26, 2016, 11:38:34 AM
Hi Thomas

Thank you very much - That's very impressive and I like the fact, that you've taken the time explaining the Hexagon system.

It's quite a big spreadsheet you have there and it must have taken you a very long time developing this. I still don't understand all of it, so I'm gonna watch your videos again a few more times and return with my questions.

Regards - James
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: rotaman on March 26, 2016, 03:05:49 PM
Non-linear differential equations?

Thomas, are you trying to blind us with science?  ;D
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: thomasleor on March 27, 2016, 01:09:08 PM
i have watched all your video
its amazing ?

Here is a live YOUTUBE session  I made (as promised) of HEXAGON ZERO which is an older version, with a PPI that is based on another formula, than Binet´s fibonacci number formula. It reacts faster to changes.

I made a mistake typing in number 9 instead of number 18, at spin 54 (51 minutes into the video), but this didnt affect HEX calculations or the outcome. This was due to EI (enviromental interference) effects during recording of the session.

Anyhow... I think you´ll  enjoy this one.  Especially the later part of the session.

Notice that HEX never went into any heavy loss during the whole session and also in the end minute of the vid, you should notice  the stats from a session at Lucky Live which went extremely well.best regards and enjoy the session ;)

Thomas

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=105tvPJG6OY&feature=youtu.be (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=105tvPJG6OY&feature=youtu.be)

Here are the session data

(https://www.roulettelife.com/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fi68.tinypic.com%2F33zabe0.jpg&hash=2e9d00c8684fd18cf1f35c1000fbdea9)

(https://www.roulettelife.com/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fi65.tinypic.com%2F339q58w.jpg&hash=c9f533b7191fd03f3213fe2b07ae0f7a)

(https://www.roulettelife.com/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fi66.tinypic.com%2Fn12e68.jpg&hash=5891d476c529820f79b8f110a7db2ec7)
Title: Portomaso vs. Heptagon, Test run - real money 2016 04 01
Post by: thomasleor on April 01, 2016, 12:52:33 PM


As promised,  here is a video session with Heptagon 1.0 played with real money against the Malta based Portomaso Casino (they do not accept gambling with fun money).

This small test (57 minutes) was done to discover bugs and other functions in her current design that serves as obstruction to a smooth game, rather than an advantage. This session starts with a shaky beginning, but all ends well with a tiny but nice profit.

Longer sessions will come later and posted here with the same RM account, once I have fixed the initial bugs.

the video is recorded in 720 p HD so check that you have the correct settings or you will not be able to read the numbers on the platform.

regards

Thomas

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PANDjTT_78 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PANDjTT_78)

(https://www.roulettelife.com/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fi63.tinypic.com%2F2r2arf5.jpg&hash=9eb7a74f674e9235bfe83b0a99627d9a)
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG Heptagon 1 1 makes average 10 units per bet on straight ups
Post by: thomasleor on April 03, 2016, 11:04:39 AM


The new Heptagon 1.1 tracking/mapping and prediction-software, manages to make nice 30% profit on ones bankroll within 25 bet spins!

As you see in the video her prediction are at certain spins amazingly accurate when it comes to straight up play.

She is still in debug mode so i need to fix her up a bit before she functions satisfactory. In any case, those of you who follow the evolution of Hexagon and now Heptagon. Enjoy.

regards

Thomas

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Mtz959zQAI&feature=youtu.be (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Mtz959zQAI&feature=youtu.be)

Just remember to switch to 720p on the youtube or you will have difficulties seeing the numbers.

(https://www.roulettelife.com/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fi64.tinypic.com%2F2ztlt82.jpg&hash=6c8caa9d68aacd2d48c88f0410f1af75)
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: ernroo1 on April 03, 2016, 02:08:02 PM
Great work, thanks for sharing Thomas.

I look forward your up coming video on number frequencies/vibrations, sounds very interesting 8)
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: thomasleor on April 03, 2016, 03:05:34 PM
Great work, thanks for sharing Thomas.

I look forward your up coming video on number frequencies/vibrations, sounds very interesting 8)

Glad you appreciated it. As you may have noticed, some of the predictions were spot on.

Btw, I hope you enjoyed Tangerine Dream in the background?

Stay tuned for more video sessions the coming week.

Have a better one,

Thomas
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: ernroo1 on April 05, 2016, 11:44:10 AM
Yes I enjoyed it.

What happened Thomas, you finally upload the number frequencies video yesterday but before I could watch it, you deleted it  :'(

Keep up the good work, I think you're on to something with Hexagon/Hectagon.
 
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: thomasleor on April 16, 2016, 02:51:37 PM
Yes I enjoyed it.

What happened Thomas, you finally upload the number frequencies video yesterday but before I could watch it, you deleted it  :'(

Keep up the good work, I think you're on to something with Hexagon/Hectagon.

As per your request friend, here is a one hour session where you see my most sophisticated platform perform against Fitzwilliams roulette tables (through the proxy Lucky Live that is owned and operated by PlayPearls Srl.).

In the video you see the basics of vibration/frequency calculation and how it always produces two superpositions or states of equal probability at any given spin. VR-8beta uses this and calculates the data from the spun numbers into frequencies, then implement a set of formulas to evaluate most probable outcome (frequency) which is then offered as  two numbers for each possible scenario (this platform handles 16 possible simultaneous scenarios).

Anyhow, once you get through the first 15 minutes the rest is rather easy to understand.

 The modest 30% profit margin was sufficient for this session that lasted 1 hour. I can repeat this scenario, with similar results, as many times as I want with VR-8. I dont need laser-based equipment, nor any other forms of cheating  AP methods, as some well known trolls here use in their fruitless attempts to beat roulette on a consistent basis without being caught and barred by the Casinos.

A mere basic understanding of quantum physics and how this universe really works before it becomes phenomenalized before your very eyes, combined with a good platform that can handle the proper calculation, is sufficient to beat any given game based on numbers. My special favourite of games has always been roulette and consequently I dedicated a decade to  figure out and produce a platform that could beat it at any given run, provided said run is more than 25 spins.

I hope you enjoy the video.

here is the video link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYMRqQzh2ms (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYMRqQzh2ms)

remember to switch to 720p or you will have a hard time seeing the numbers.

regards

Thomas

(https://www.roulettelife.com/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fi66.tinypic.com%2F2iih3s9.jpg&hash=a444fc792e01cd6ed5ff7eb5041e9274)
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: ernroo1 on April 16, 2016, 03:22:30 PM
Awesome thanks Thomas I am about to watch your video will let you know my thoughts.  8)
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: Real on April 17, 2016, 07:39:27 AM
Quote
In the video you see the basics of vibration/frequency calculation and how it always produces two superpositions or states of equal probability at any given spin. VR-8beta uses history and calculates the data from the spun numbers into frequencies, then implement a set of formulas

Sorry, but the above is just plain stupid.  You're clearly cutting and pasting articles and phrases dealing with quantum physics and you're using them in a completely unrelated subject and out of context.  It's not just bad, it's embarrassingly absurd.

-Really!
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: thomasleor on April 17, 2016, 08:09:23 AM

Sorry, but the above is just plain stupid.  You're clearly cutting and pasting articles and phrases dealing with quantum physics and you're using them in a completely unrelated subject and out of context.  It's not just bad, it's embarrassingly absurd.

-Really!
RR

Real, the only reality about yourself seems to be your unreal ability to demonstrate your own mental ineptitude.  ;D
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: thomasleor on April 17, 2016, 10:15:15 AM
Awesome thanks Thomas I am about to watch your video will let you know my thoughts.  8)

Ernroo1, here is question I received from a member in another well known forum about VR-8. Hope you find something of value.

A quick question: does your software use a modified form of the Schrödinger equation to help with wave measurements and predictions?


If you mean Schrödingers  Time-independent equation  E?(r)=[(-h2)/2? ?2+V(r)]?(r) for non-relativistic objects? Then my answer is no.

 What initially served as an inspiration to determine two possible superpositions (frequencies), was Heisenberg's uncertainty principle ?x?p ? h/2 that states that certain pairs of physical properties (in this case a wave vibrating in a specific cycle)  cannot both be known to arbitrary precision.

 Its meaning, according to Heisenberg, is that it is impossible to determine simultaneously both the position and velocity of an electron or any other particle with any great degree of accuracy. 

Hence, you can only present a value between two possible states, at any given observation, based on predetermined data, given a spin on a wheel is a time-dependent action and direction of various forces.

The wave function ? I assume you are speaking of,  is complex and so is practically every other quantity needed to formulate quantum mechanics.

An interesting question is the distance scale in which a quantum treatment is essential. A nanometer seems like a reasonable choice. But even more intriguing is the question of what happens on much bigger scales, centimeters, meters like in our roulette table, and larger.

Does quantum mechanics still govern things, or does it somehow break down? On this one can only say there is no definitive answer, only probabilities in terms of available superpositions at any given point in a present space continuum.

The world as you see it isn't exactly solid, but more a soup of arising and cessating possibilities. Everything in you consciousness field is nothing more than endless permutations of frequencies vibrating in various cycles, by which your mind determines some objects as blue or green, and others, as seeming motion or stillness.

Applying a given set of numbers as frequencies is no biggie once you know what to look for in a continuum of predetermined values (contrary to the absolute Quantum reality of non-determinative values).

Imagine if you were an astrophysicist intended to send a radio signal out in space to prove your society as reasonably advanced.

A good example this was depicted in the movie Contact where Jane Foster played an astrophysicist who did just this. She decided to send the prime numbers into a certain point in space and determined that the signal should be modulated 4.4623 gigahertz (hydrogen times pi). So number 2 should be represented by two such bursts, 3 (three  bursts) then 5, 7 and so on...

You can view the scene here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM9Xzsf4M2o (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM9Xzsf4M2o)


Suffice to say I experienced the same "high" or "rush" as she did once I understood how to determine the frequency of each number and the constant that binds them.

I couldn't sleep for days as I was immersed in calculations.

Numbers, as you see them around you, are nothing more than patterns of frequency we humans have decided to give a specific form as to interpret reality as we experience it, and not as it is in itself (quantum state).

I gave VR-8 a specific set of cycles for each number 0-36 and repeated that cycle for higher or lower  frequencies, should my equations produce such results.I will, of course, try to cover this in a future video devoted to just the basics of what I call number frequency theory and application in real life.

Hopes this helps to answer your question.
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: ernroo1 on April 17, 2016, 01:02:44 PM
Thanks Thomas but you may as well speak Chinese to me lol.

I really hope you make a video just regarding number frequencies/vibrations and talk about the basics and give us examples in laymen terms as much as you can do with such a complex issue. I am very interested.
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: thomasleor on April 17, 2016, 01:25:57 PM
Thanks Thomas but you may as well speak Chinese to me lol.

I really hope you make a video just regarding number frequencies/vibrations and talk about the basics and give us examples in laymen terms as much as you can do with such a complex issue. I am very interested.

Did you watch the video? Your thoughts?
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: ernroo1 on April 17, 2016, 01:31:50 PM
Yes I watched the whole video, I enjoyed it. I'm not an experienced roulette player but I was impressed at your win rate.

I wish more experienced players would be more open to your ideas, as I think you could be on to something special.

As I said, its good you got into the frequencies part of things in your video, but i think a separate video with a more layman approach would help a lot of people, it doesn't have to even be about roulette. I want to understand and have an "aha" moment.
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: thomasleor on April 17, 2016, 01:37:24 PM
Yes I watched the whole video, I enjoyed it. I'm not an experienced roulette player but I was impressed at your win rate.

I wish more experienced players would be more open to your ideas, as I think you could be on to something special.

As I said, its good you got into the frequencies part of things in your video, but i think a separate video with a more layman approach would help a lot of people, it doesn't have to even be about roulette. I want to understand and have an "aha" moment.

My schedule is packed this coming week, though I will try  to produce something simple on what I deem could be a "layman level" ABC primer for you to use at your own pleasure.

Stay tuned.
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: Geoffrey on April 17, 2016, 02:59:02 PM
Yes I watched the whole video, I enjoyed it. I'm not an experienced roulette player but I was impressed at your win rate.

I wish more experienced players would be more open to your ideas, as I think you could be on to something special.

As I said, its good you got into the frequencies part of things in your video, but i think a separate video with a more layman approach would help a lot of people, it doesn't have to even be about roulette. I want to understand and have an "aha" moment.

sorry but no. yes isnt not bad to be open to an idea, sure. special? no , unique? yes, Helpfull no, impressed? not a bit.
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: Real on April 17, 2016, 05:32:42 PM
And we're supposed to believe that Enroo and Thomas are in no way related or sharing the same brain.
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: thomasleor on April 17, 2016, 05:53:19 PM

And we're supposed to believe that Enroo and Thomas are in no way related or sharing the same brain.

The good thing about your paranoid personality disorder, Real, is that given sufficient time it will get worse. Much worse.

Soon enough we will all be able to call you bats*** crazy without violating TC.  ;D
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: Real on April 17, 2016, 06:12:41 PM
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Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: Real on April 17, 2016, 06:15:26 PM
Question...

Does anyone here believe the absurd and cringe worthy bs that Thomas is posting?

It's as poorly written, corny, and gay as the old "Sun and square enigmista" nonsense.  All that's missing from it are flying pink unicorns. 
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: Geoffrey on April 17, 2016, 06:31:33 PM
Just stop giving this topic attention, it doesn't deserve it. I dont need to explain why i guess ;)
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: scepticus on April 17, 2016, 07:18:47 PM
Yes I watched the whole video, I enjoyed it. I'm not an experienced roulette player but I was impressed at your win rate.

I wish more experienced players would be more open to your ideas, as I think you could be on to something special.

As I said, its good you got into the frequencies part of things in your video, but i think a separate video with a more layman approach would help a lot of people, it doesn't have to even be about roulette. I want to understand and have an "aha" moment.

sorry but no. yes isnt not bad to be open to an idea, sure. special? no , unique? yes, Helpfull no, impressed? not a bit.

Hi Geoff
 By " unique " I meant his colourful presentation .
I think he is indulging in gobbledygook but if it pleases him that's O.K.by me.
Like enrol I don't understand why he can't put it into words. Seems some people need pictures to understand things.
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: ernroo1 on April 18, 2016, 04:02:44 AM
 
Just stop giving this topic attention, it doesn't deserve it. I dont need to explain why i guess ;)

I love how Thomas is making the "elitists" squirm like girls  :D
No... really please "explain".

Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: ernroo1 on April 18, 2016, 07:50:13 AM
I would have hoped that people on a roulette forum of all things would be more open minded. But 95% of people are sheep no matter what niche you go in. It's a shame.

I have no idea if Thomas is on to something or not, but I am not going to ridicule him like a fool. Anything is possible, I mean look around for god sake! Look at this universe we live in! Look at us humans! Are you telling me miracles don't happen? Every second is a miracale. You think you know everything there is to roulette or games of chance?! Ha the arrogance.
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: Bebediktus on April 18, 2016, 11:55:50 AM
Guys, really Real want open your eyes, simply point when is possible to win , when not. If you are wining in way which he say that must lost - all is nice, keep your winnings.
Problem is that you not win.... and simply not want to recognise....

Maybe you not play at all, only talk, or dream about playing, this way is simply more easy to dream about some golden system, which give winnings after just reading few pages...but you must understand that it is only subject of talking , but ... without benefit....
Title: Interesting Excel sheet's
Post by: GambleOnlineRoulette on June 18, 2017, 09:39:50 PM
thomasleor At least to show how he plays many times forum peoples just talk not show any thing. Do complex sheet to exel  need quite much knowledge about exel. If his sheets work win him cash its very good there is so many ways roulette and there is always new ways beat roulette.
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: MrPerfect. on June 19, 2017, 01:27:43 AM
 You have not seen "complex" ones yet ;)
   Maybe some day lll show you....
 There is only one way to win in this or any other game consistently,  it's to find something that gives you edge. As long as this problem is resolved,  all other become secondary. ..
   In relation to roulette, device should be imperfect ( most are). Edge is there for everyone to find and explore, somehow not everyone is able to be bothered to find and explore it. Beating roulette is something that can be achieved by dedicated person, no need super powers, Google skills and dedication is enough for this task.

   
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: Herby on June 19, 2017, 03:16:19 AM
The equation for superposition shown in the videos is mathematically that wrong that it hurts even a mathematically little trained eye. This false equation leads to nothing.
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: MrPerfect. on June 19, 2017, 05:51:00 AM
 I always wondered about it. Why in this world someone would try to resolve a problem with the same tool and on the same level that it was created?
   Like..  roulette game is mathematically screwed up at casinos favor, their edge is mathematically created and enforced. What is a point to fight egainst it using math? It's like to have a toilet broken and try to fix it with a piece of shi*t.  Doesn't it make more sense to call a plumber?
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: thomasleor on June 19, 2017, 07:34:28 AM
Mr P,  you and Herby (who judged an entire, now defunct,  platform based on a single non-sequitur equation, without even having had access to the rest of the calculus matrix, are of course correct in considering my platforms as absolutely useless, non-complex,  and of no benefit to its user.

In this way we can once and for all drop the subject on this forum of veracious roulette geniuses, and focus more on your own earthshaking contributions of using the roulette as a good source of income and above all, intriguing amusement for any given user.  ;D
Title: Ways Of Playing Roulette
Post by: GambleOnlineRoulette on June 19, 2017, 11:33:03 AM
There are so many ways to play roulette some play luck risk knowing nothing about anything that make you afraid of watch them play pure risk luck and still win a lot and also lose a lot some playing with knowledge and skill just youtube look RRSYS.info - Roulette Prediction and Rocknrolla's Gambling Channel and Chackly
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: MrPerfect. on June 19, 2017, 02:44:09 PM
Mr P,  you and Herby (who judged an entire, now defunct,  platform based on a single non-sequitur equation, without even having had access to the rest of the calculus matrix, are of course correct in considering my platforms as absolutely useless, non-complex,  and of no benefit to its user.

In this way we can once and for all drop the subject on this forum of veracious roulette geniuses, and focus more on your own earthshaking contributions of using the roulette as a good source of income and above all, intriguing amusement for any given user.  ;D
Thomas, do not get me wrong. I do not criticise your platform , l have no opinion on something l couldn't test myself. I would be happy to test it, but as l remember,  simple idea of having me in your test group terrified some of your testers. Reason you gave me it's because lm a moderator of my vb section here. It's OK,  we are friends the same.
   To say the truth, l was more curios about software itself then it's implementation. I got almost all tools l need on day to day basis to answer my needs or qwestions that may arise. 
    I do not mind to show you capabilities of software l developed so far... l think if someone had something similar,  they wouldn't even speak much about it. Only excuse l give to myself to show off is my personal believe that no one will do the effort of replicate it even knowing how it works.
Title: thomasleor video's deleted on hide youtube channel or they are no longer public
Post by: GambleOnlineRoulette on June 27, 2017, 11:45:57 PM

Hide or delete videos what is the reason for this?
I was watching those videos so really all the time came new versions of her Exel sheets, that is, kept in only one version, that is, it tells me that he had to do updates because the previous versions finally lose at some point, which also explains the small amount of videos played with real money is easy to win 1 or 2 Or 3 times the roulette game session but winning 10 or 20 or even more game sessions without losing it is then harder to argue that no roulette method strategy system will be able to directly win the row 20 game session without having to lose a game session is quite much imposible
Title: Re: thomasleor video's deleted on hide youtube channel or they are no longer public
Post by: thomasleor on June 28, 2017, 08:44:32 AM

Hide or delete videos what is the reason for this?


By request of the members of the VRTech forum, the videos have been made unlisted. The reason for this has nothing to do with bad performance, but more with protecting the property of the team from external sources. The videos were mainly there as instructive videos on how to handle the various function of a new release. They were never made for non-VRTech viewers.

If the platforms were non-functional, or bad performing, the forum would not exist after over a year of testings by its highly knowledgeable members. Your personal view on this matter, including your accusations of inference based on no concrete tests whatsoever on said platforms, are thus amusing yet sufficient to merit a response.
Title: Reply
Post by: GambleOnlineRoulette on June 28, 2017, 09:26:21 AM
Thomsleor But you have no proof about your methods functionality in real money games just a mere talk only you are talking about that your game methods work but none the other person who uses them does not talk about them how they win anywhere if you have a working game methods and your own private forum what do you get from this roulette forum or are you just Boasting here your game methods over the comparison
Title: Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
Post by: thomasleor on June 28, 2017, 09:52:18 AM
Your views on THIS forum are of course as welcome as any others. Perhaps it is best you consider the VRTech platforms as useless spreadsheets of excel, serving no financial, or other purpose, but the mere simple entertainment of its members.