### Author Topic: Same as card counting against random bits!  (Read 949 times)

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#### Sputnik

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##### Same as card counting against random bits!
« on: July 19, 2017, 05:10:05 AM »
This is observations and not teaching or respond topic for questions:

Conclusion is that you have two random stream mixing everything together into chaotic variance with two independent random bits distribution.
You should play one stream independently from the other as they produce the same results with less confusion and chaotic variance.

In fact i see this with the same reason advantage player separate Clockwise direction and Anticlock wise direction.
The reason is that rotor and ball spin different and the dominant drop zone might be different from the other direction, so that's different physics parameters.

With random bits where one stream is connected within itself (victim to the law of series) and produce the same results as regular distribution, should not be confused and mixed with another opposite side that produce same results independently.
One comparison would be that in Las Vegas do they spin the ball/rotor in one direction without the counter measuring cw and acw that common in Europe.

Playing model is based upon that singles has the value of 1 and series of two the value of 0 and series of three and higher has the value of 123 ... and so on ...
Now you can measuring the periodic cycles length and base your decision making based upon that winning two in a row where series of two between is break even territorium.

Result sample:

P 116112321512112142141312411311342443314111322211453311111216341132112132133141
B 1233123132521211316112421223113333142512221241121113774445321123111231111211215

P LWW LWLWW WW WLLWLWW WW WW WLWW LWW LWW LWW LLWW LWW LLL WW LWW LWLLWW WW WW
B LWLWW WLWW WW WLLWW WW LWLWW WLWLWW LWW WW WLWLWLLWLWW LWLLL LWLWW LLWLWW LLL LWLLWW

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##### Re: Same as card counting against random bits!
« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2017, 04:35:47 PM »

very good topic my friend,

a plus minus count is very easy to use to keep track of series. you can calibrate a bet mangement as well with it where you can bet x amount of units dependent on the count.
I think it also help that series or groups are a lot more reliable then wins and losses. for ec's it can keep things simple and help your discipline.
years ago I played a very simple plus minus count on roulette. on black and red only.
series are much better,
best,

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##### Re: Same as card counting against random bits!
« Reply #2 on: July 20, 2017, 03:23:30 PM »

I play online at Leo Vegas and notice during one session that following one stream might be a bad idea in some situations. I pick Red as my dominant side and aim to win two in a row using my methodology above.
Then i got a strong black side with only black numbers hitting with Red singles, not even red series of two to hit break even territorium. All Black hot numbers strike and all Red numbers or most of them was cold.
LOL even the delar mention this ...

Then my thinking process start to talk to me and i reckon if i been betting both sides, then i would have won much more then just break even at the end, as i would have taking advantage of the Black sides strikes.
So after all it might not be such a good idea to split the Red & Black by them self in every situation.

I learn my lesson and will keep this experience in mind.

Note:
I am happy with Leo Vegas, they let me observe the game with out betting during long periods of time and i still keep my video connection, i assume not all online casinos are like that, for example Dublin Bet.

Cheers
« Last Edit: July 20, 2017, 03:32:49 PM by Sputnik »

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##### Re: Same as card counting against random bits!
« Reply #3 on: July 20, 2017, 07:01:33 PM »

it worked at that time because the other side had a win that would of help you, but am sure you know that when both blacks and reds combine at the same time you also have longer streaks.
hard to call that one.