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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: NEW SYSTEM WITH 6 NUMBERS
« Last post by palestis on Today at 12:59:10 AM »
hi, reading your new system I can tell you that your back to back losses will be fewer then if you just play the same 6 over and over again. it is just a fact. the odds create more wins that way. odds dont know when you play or not and that is the weakness of the wheel.
we can pick our timing.

You're right of course, but as Ken said, if you're unlucky and happen to pick the 1-2 numbers that sleep for 250+ spins, you're handicapped for the session badly.
When you chose 6 numbers randomly, you can't expect all 6 of them to appear within their expected probability.
In fact one, or two or three of those numbers, might disappear for  while. Even for 250 spins.
That's not necessarily a bad thing.
All you should care about is one of the 6 numbers you chose to appear within your playing range.
And that's another reason the numbers should change in every trigger.
I find it very hard for every 6 numbers you randomly pick, to constantly be in the  list of disappeared numbers.
In fact when you keep all 6 numbers the same, there will be a time when they will all go missing for a long stretch.
And there should be a provision in this system's defense mechanism to provide for that event.
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Casino Lounge / The first column journey
« Last post by heatmap on Today at 12:00:16 AM »
Every time I post in this topic, i will have made a bet within the first column, or 1 through 34.

This is the first post and it began and ended as I was leaving the casino. I had about a minute to go to my car and drive home. I usually cut things close.

So I put $15 on the first column and step back. I dont even watch the wheel any more because its pure chance right? And it hit on 22. Thats +30 and i walk.

What will come next on the journey of the first column? Probably a loss haha.
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Positive Vs Negative Progressions
« Last post by Scarface on Yesterday at 11:23:19 PM »
Problem of average roulette punter is that he doesn't know if he will have positive or negative variance. So he can not implement suxsessfull betting strategy.

Yes, that's why positive progression needs to be gradual with a stop gain.  If my base bet is 1 unit on 5 numbers, I'll raise to 2 units if my profit is 100 units.  If profit is 200 units I'll raise to 3 units...if 300 units I'll raise to 4, etc

But you have to have a stop.  Whatever my profit is, my stop is usually 25% below that.  So, if I'm up 1000 units and it dips back down to +$750, I'll stop and take my profit
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Roulette Systems / Re: Win Roulette app
« Last post by Argus on Yesterday at 07:28:56 PM »
FYI, supposedly you can also download this app on your pc if you have windows. Just go to www.roulettewin. It’s written in Italian so you might have to translate. I tried but I couldn’t do it for some reason. I got a notice that it wouldn’t down load after it was trying for about a half hour.

BTW, I think it sounds very interesting and I would not dismiss it out of hand just because Sam doesn’t know how it works. The author says it would be of more interest to engineers of some sort, and probably computer professionals.  I would have liked to play with it just to see if I could tweak it a little. I hope it comes out on the App Store someday.
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Roulette Systems / Re: Dragon's Treasure
« Last post by Rinad on Yesterday at 03:13:21 PM »


  good system. 50 sessions is around 8k spins or close to that. I think 1500 units to win 500 is a pretty good deal.

losses can easily be recover since a session is only around 150 spins. even with a 80% win ratio you still make good.
have to be realistic and not ask for the impossible.
good deal, keep testing, thanks for posting.

Rinad
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: Wise quotes
« Last post by mr j on Yesterday at 03:32:50 AM »
A man's reach should exceed his grasp.
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