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The Bedsit Botter

Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« on: January 16, 2018, 05:54:09 AM »
Hello

I was wondering if there is anyone around who could write a little script to test the system described in Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.

It is a very boring system for a human to play but it would be great to be able to fire up the Roulette Extreme Bot and have it play for me.

Many thanks in advance.

 

Reyth

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2018, 07:05:53 AM »
Welcome to the forum!  Do you have a link to this book or to a full description of this method?
 
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The Bedsit Botter

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #2 on: January 16, 2018, 07:15:49 AM »
Thanks.

I have attached a screenshot from the book which hopefully explains it.

 
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scepticus

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #3 on: January 16, 2018, 11:12:13 PM »
Does the book give the Bank Size BB ?
 

The Bedsit Botter

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #4 on: January 16, 2018, 11:55:13 PM »
Yes, one needs a bankroll of 150 units to play this.
 
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stringbeanpc

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #5 on: January 17, 2018, 03:42:25 AM »
I found a copy of the book here

Because I cannot post a link, just replace the dot and slash's with the appropriate symbol and remove any blank spaces

archive dot org slash details slash TenDaysAtMonteCarloAtTheBankSEx

 
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The Bedsit Botter

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #6 on: January 17, 2018, 04:00:58 AM »
Thanks  :)

What are your thoughts regarding this?

It seems very logical to me but I need to see what happens if I run this for 10,000 spins so am really hoping there is still a Roulette Extreme coder around here.

I would imagine it is a rather simple system to code for those who know how to do such things.
« Last Edit: January 17, 2018, 04:02:40 AM by The Bedsit Botter »
 

scepticus

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #7 on: January 17, 2018, 02:53:01 PM »
Doesn't seem like  a good system to me. Risking 150 units to win lots of 1 unit wins.
 

The Bedsit Botter

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #8 on: January 17, 2018, 09:12:45 PM »
I would refer you to pages 12-13

 

scepticus

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #9 on: January 17, 2018, 11:20:29 PM »
BB
I am not greedy .  I have said on a number of ocassions that I am happy with ANY profit and even with Breaking - Even.I was referring to the risk factor.
 

The Bedsit Botter

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #10 on: January 18, 2018, 12:53:11 AM »
Perhaps Mr Perfect could create an Excel sheet for testing if there are no longer any Roulette Extreme guys left?

I must say first though that quite frankly I can't understand any serious roulette player not having a copy of Roulette Extreme as it's without a doubt the best product on the market by miles.

To clear up any doubt I shall recap the method in simple easy to follow examples:

1: We ALWAYS bet the second last colour to show.  So not the last colour the one before that.

Example A:

Spin 1:  Red    (no bet)
Spin 2:  Black  (no bet)
Spin 3:  Bet Red

Example B:

Spin 1: Black (no bet)
Spin 2: Black (no bet)
Spin 3: Bet Black

If zero shows ignore for the purpose of bet selection it but score as a loss if betting of course.

Example C:

Spin 1:  Black  (no bet)
Spin 2:  Zero   (no bet)
Spin 3:  Red    (no bet)
Spin 4: Bet Black

2: Each session the aim is to make 1 unit profit and stop.

3: Start by betting £1 on each chip until either the score reaches + £1 when the session ends or the score reaches - £10

4: Bet £2 per spin until either the score reaches 0 when the session ends or the score reaches - £30

5: Bet £3 per spin until either the score reaches 0 when the session ends or the score reaches - £60

6: Bet £4 per spin until either the score reaches 0 when the session ends or the score reaches - £100

7: Bet £5 per spin until either the score reaches 0 when the session ends or the score reaches - £150

Notes:

If you lose £150 then it's all over and time to go home.

Only to be played on Wheels offering the en prison rule.  Accept the loss of half your stake and add the balance to the "zero fund" However record the loss as a full loss on your scoresheet.
Let's say for an easy example the first two spins of the session both results are zero.  Each spin we would lose 0.50 in real money so our zero fund would have a total of £1
Our scoresheet would show a loss of -£2
If we then won the next 2 spins our scoresheet would now be level £0 but as the zero fund has £1 in it we would end the session as we're now £1 up.

Reasons why this system has to be tested is that we're playing at the best possible odds or giving the casino the lowest possible house advantage.
If we lose let's say 30 times more than the casino and therefore are losing -£60 we only need to win back 15 units playing at £4 per spin to be level.

Try and read the book it's one of the most logical methods ever written and considering the book was published over 100 years ago it's well overdue a serious long term test wouldn't you agree?

This system is basically a vastly improved Martingale and it is incredibly difficult to make it lose.
If I could find someone to bot this for me I could probably go back to Asia and retire!

So please help me out I hate living in the UK :D
« Last Edit: January 18, 2018, 12:57:50 AM by The Bedsit Botter »
 
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MrPerfect.

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #11 on: January 18, 2018, 01:52:25 AM »
So what happen after session is over? Are you continue testing? Like with more numbers/ new session... or what?
    Btw, roulette extrem is very not serious programme for serious player. ;).
 

The Bedsit Botter

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #12 on: January 18, 2018, 01:57:57 AM »
We will have to argue about the merits of Roulette Xtreme another day.
Personally I think it's the best thing ever you can test any system for 1000's of spins and if you find something you like it will even play it as a bot for you at an online casino.

What is there possibly not to like about it!?

Regarding your question the session stops at + £1 or if the balance has ever reached more than - £10 it stops at a balance of zero.

Then I just restart the Excel sheet and start again.
 

MrPerfect.

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #13 on: January 18, 2018, 02:12:21 AM »
OK. .. and if it's few zeroes on the row ? How does it affect your bet/ no bet / where to bet?
 

The Bedsit Botter

Re: Ten Days At Monte Carlo At The Bank's Expense.
« Reply #14 on: January 18, 2018, 02:23:28 AM »
Always ignore the zero's for the point of bet selection.

So lets say

Red
Black
Zero  (bet red)
Zero  (bet red)   
Zero  (bet red)
Zero  (bet red)
Black (bet black)