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Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #15 on: June 29, 2018, 08:28:07 PM »
i was playing them as 0/ 3  1/2  4/5  7/8  10/11 13/16  .5 on each split   then add the other splits double up till you get a hit,, i was up £340 in just over an hour and a half.. on roulette speed, on mr green casino.
like i said i'm just looking for help on this system....   you can start at 0/3 and work your way up the splits,
but you need to work out a progression.. 
 

MrPerfect.

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #16 on: June 29, 2018, 09:06:25 PM »
Billy,  that's funny. When l first red your post , l suspected you played that wheel. Did you got any data on it?  Numbers you are after do belong to different playing conditions. ...
   I wouldn't play 5/8 with 1/16 at the same time for example.... If you are curios to follow it for some time collecting data, let me know.
   
 
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mr j

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #17 on: June 30, 2018, 12:21:26 AM »
   then add the other splits double up till you get a hit ,, i'm just looking for help on this system...

Help? No problem. In your rules of play, never have UNTIL or any form of UNTIL. Its a BR killer.
 

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #18 on: July 03, 2018, 07:19:37 PM »
i've been playing the prime numbers as mr perfect says to start on,  5/8 13/16  1 unit then add 17/20  10/11 1 unit

then 19/22  4/7 2 units   on all splits  then add 23/24  3 units on all splits   then 26/29  1/2  5 units on all splits

28/31 0/3  13 units on all... 

i don't know how to collect data  i'm on playing live demo at the moment with good results....

if any one would like to put there thoughts to this i would be more than greatfull for your help,,,

 

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #19 on: July 06, 2018, 09:06:53 PM »
they well all ways hit the most i've seen it miss i 6 progression , thats why i i need help on playing these prime numbers, i know they work and they will make you alot of profit if we can find the progression and the way to play them. i'm only says this because it has to be a live wheel, no RNG...
 

MrPerfect.

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #20 on: July 07, 2018, 04:56:32 PM »
i've been playing the prime numbers as mr perfect says to start on,  5/8 13/16  1 unit then add 17/20  10/11 1 unit

then 19/22  4/7 2 units   on all splits  then add 23/24  3 units on all splits   then 26/29  1/2  5 units on all splits

28/31 0/3  13 units on all... 

i don't know how to collect data  i'm on playing live demo at the moment with good results....

if any one would like to put there thoughts to this i would be more than greatfull for your help,,,
I do not mind to teach useful individual for free. Use pm. That wheel sucks. ... too much work for one... however, if you are in... I'm here.
 

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #21 on: July 09, 2018, 09:49:48 PM »
so which wheel would you play these prime numbers on?

i've been playing them another way with great results. 

i dont always play on roulette speed wheel.

i going to tell you this i was £24800 in profit on william hill playing a 1 dozen system over 4 weeks

hope to here from you soon bigwin 64
 

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #22 on: July 09, 2018, 10:07:08 PM »
i'm going on holiday as from tonight. not taking laptop with me. will maybe you can help me with what i have

i'm giving you something thats worth its weight in gold if you are willing to help me,,,

 i also have a system that never has any loss. hope to hear from you soon...
 

Geoffrey

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #23 on: October 20, 2018, 11:57:32 PM »
I was thinking about mastering hold'em and dropping roulette. I'll ONLY focus on ONE!!

Master whatever it is you are doing in life. Give it a 100% or nothing. I'm at a "perfection" point with roulette. Its actually getting boring....winning.

If I started on hold'em, it would be full throttle, balls to the wall. Thats what is holding me back. Starting means, 50-60 hours a week, for months!! Nothing but LEARNING and more LEARNING.

Learning from the guys that know more than I do !!

I do nothing casual in life. I give it my all OR I dont start.

Ken

Brilliant attitude Ken, that's how it's done.
 
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scepticus

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #24 on: October 21, 2018, 12:27:48 AM »
Glad you understood the meaning of the Heading Geoffrey  . Some didn't  ;D
 

Geoffrey

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #25 on: October 21, 2018, 11:35:51 AM »
People can easily adrift offtopic. As i was abscent, took some time to scroll all topics i haven't seen. This one i liked because basically the game of poker intregues me. Although i never took the time of learning it properly, i do get the basics tho.

But in that regard i totally agree with how mr j /ken looks at it. You have to give it your all are just walk away from it.

I personally have that same state of mind, when i decide on doing something, it's to the point of no return, becoming really good at it. Although, some you will surely master a bit more then others. You just have to stick with what you know best.

When i have a bit more spare time on my hands, i'll get to poker, but not that intensivly, to me poker will be just a game a like to get a bit better at just for the fun off it , playing with some friends.

Also is to time consuming to master all the things you are intersseted in. That's why i stick to something i know i'm good at and still getting better.
 

scepticus

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #26 on: October 21, 2018, 12:39:16 PM »
Good points  Geoff
Don't bet on something you  don't understand .
and Poker for fun is a good idea. I play poker for fun with Party Poker with Play Money. Bought 30 MILLION
chips for £32 thinking that should last me for my lifetime I now have over 1M profit . You learn as you go . Bluffing , for example, should only be used if you already have someting like a small pair but not otherwise. You watch how other play and you can soon tell who bluffs with little or nothing. You also learn that having a starting hand of two  Aces does not guarantee you will win. And so on.....
I don't " give it my All" but I do concentrate when doing something. I " enjoy " my life and am not consumed bythoughts of " being the best " .
 

Geoffrey

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #27 on: October 21, 2018, 02:13:05 PM »
you are right i could learn as i go, with no real money, cause making money with poker will never be the objective as mentioned above.

Investing time to be good at something could be streched to such extend, you forget to live actually. Finding the balance to actually enjoy living , is equally important.
 

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #28 on: October 21, 2018, 02:27:57 PM »
I have millions of hands of texas holdem under my belt at low stakes internet and am a proven winner on the redline by utilising a super aggressive style against mousey opponents in cash games. Have won entries into EPT tournies through winning leaderboard SNG's which I exchanged for cash, also cut many cash deals for seats when we are down to the last two. Cash games were my bread and butter. What would you like to know?  Attached is an example of an average week grinding at 100 NL with a 3k starting bank.

 

Re: Does anyone play Poker?
« Reply #29 on: October 21, 2018, 03:07:55 PM »
winning formula in poker in a nutshell.. First learn the odds, and then learn the players.  identify the really tight and really loose opponents..    bet and raise more against timid opponents.. if you are in a game where you can isolate the timid ones, then any two cards will do.. your winnings from them folding winners will offset your losses when they happen to have a monster.. against the loose calling types then just stick to a tight starting range and value bet them to death when you connect decently with the board...     the loose aggressive types you exploit by checking to them and calling down a very wide range, I like to be out of position against these types to lead them into a false sense of security.... avoid the fellow pros generally but when you get into a battle with them then it's all metagame...    what do you think they think you think etc. at this point you need to learn how to polarize and depolarize your range against them accordingly... this is where the game becomes really fun, but not terribly profitable :)