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mr j

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #15 on: October 04, 2018, 02:09:12 PM »
"According to your claims you are over qualified to be on the forum. You claim nobody can teach you anything" >> Very much so. I have said *MANY* times (please quote me correctly), nobody here knows it all, that includes me.
However, the "knowledge" here (cough) is useless to me. I am WIDE OPEN to reading anything regarding GOOD advice on this game. My eyes/ears are thirsting for MORE great thoughts.
 
 

mr j

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #16 on: October 04, 2018, 02:12:59 PM »
 "People who do this need to examine their motive behind wanting to be the alpha dog. What is that persons real life situation like? What trauma has that person experienced in life? These and other facts will reveal the alpha dog desire of a real person in a fake world. This is where a real person can dress up in a costume to hide their inferiority complex transforming them into a superior being they know they could never be" >>
You have been doing this for months and months and months. This is not a scene from Braveheart (lol).
You keep attempting your rallying cry and people here only laugh at you.
 

mr j

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #17 on: October 04, 2018, 02:17:51 PM »
"and the forum will be the same in years to come or a least the people on the forum will discussing the same things" >> Its NOT just here. Look at the RF board and find active members that have been posting for years and years. RF is kind of an older running forum. Then, look back at the beginning of the CAREERS of those members. Look at what so-n-so is interested in TODAY. Results of your findings? SAME SAME SAME.
You know that old saying? >>> You cant keep doing the same thing over & over, and expect different results.
 
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MickyP

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #18 on: October 04, 2018, 03:50:49 PM »
I'm glad I do make some people laugh but I'm not calling for an uprising of comics. I live in the real world.

Dragons Den and Shark Tank (Reality shows where people present business ideas/products and request an investment of cash and expertise in exchange for a % of equity etc) are no different to roulette forums except that there is no negotiated settlement for the exchange of knowledge. However, the exchange of knowledge that may add value to a method is not mandatory but it is expected.

When a dragon or shark opt out of an opportunity they state their concerns and allow other dragons and sharks to have their say. On the forum if an idea is put forward it's not only interested people who respond but naysayers too. Now, like the reality shows mentioned, people sometimes present an old product just packaged and presented differently. The product did not do very well in the past but the new look product is snapped by one of the dragons/sharks and it goes on to be a big success. There are lessons to be learnt in the real world.

If the same old thing in roulette is revamped and packaged in a workable plan, Why would it still be expected to fail? Because it failed for you? Because you gave up trying to find a working solution? Peoples mental capacity differs and where some fail others succeed
 
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mr j

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #19 on: October 04, 2018, 04:02:01 PM »
"Because you gave up trying to find a working solution" >> Oh I did give up but not in the way you portray me as. 
 

MickyP

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #20 on: October 04, 2018, 04:37:32 PM »
Players are creating and profiting from what you failed at. How else should I phrase it?
 

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Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #21 on: October 04, 2018, 05:14:37 PM »
Hey guys, are you sure that you are arguing about the same thing?
For me is not so clear what's the argument about.
If for example we were talking about a progression as old as the hills like Martingale and you Mickey claimed that you've found a way to make it work by waiting for 5 losses before you bet another 5 times, then that is a dead horse I'm afraid, unless you wait for 15 losses and bet 10 doubling ups then you would have found nothing.

That was just an example, if we are not sure about what we are talking about then how could people declare if they agree or not??

So what the f..k are you blathering about?!
 
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Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #22 on: October 04, 2018, 05:52:28 PM »
hahaha,,,, It's a general conversation that only the guilty would get heated up about.

Ken has a history of trolling and leaving one liners like "it won't work" or "too many numbers" or "negative progressions don't work" or "triggers don't work". At a time he was against using a stop loss but when he had to use it in his hot number system he called it a "fail safe".  I know this is petty stuff but when it's laid on as thick as Ken does then it becomes annoying. Now he is trying to discredit Scepticus but is not taking the challenge Scepticus has issued him.

But, all this is relative only to those who thrive on such stuff. The forum has much more to offer.
 

Mako

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #23 on: October 04, 2018, 06:00:50 PM »
hahaha,,,, It's a general conversation that only the guilty would get heated up about.

Ken has a history of trolling and leaving one liners like "it won't work" or "too many numbers" or "negative progressions don't work" or "triggers don't work". At a time he was against using a stop loss but when he had to use it in his hot number system he called it a "fail safe".  I know this is petty stuff but when it's laid on as thick as Ken does then it becomes annoying. Now he is trying to discredit Scepticus but is not taking the challenge Scepticus has issued him.

But, all this is relative only to those who thrive on such stuff. The forum has much more to offer.

Nothing wrong with Ken, he craves attention, seeks validation from others, hence all the daily posting on multiple forums and self-aggrandising style of comments.

We all have character flaws...and he's contributed a lot to the game over the years whether people like his attitude or not. 

Mickey I know he gets to you more than most, and rightfully so, but just skip his posts if they're that much of a trigger.  Too many threads being derailed by you two needlessly. 

Let's stay on topic as both of you have a lot to offer.  :)

 
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Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #24 on: October 04, 2018, 06:34:38 PM »
Now he is trying to discredit Scepticus but is not taking the challenge Scepticus has issued him.

If I'd challenge Tiger Woods would he be compelled to accept my challenge when I'm an amateur?
Wouldn't be a waste of time for him?
Do I've the right to claim that since I cannot get an "eagle" (hole in one), nobody else can do this?
Yes, I've the right but it would be absurd to say the least.

If someone is trying to discredit others this is not Ken, or perhaps everybody is to a certain degree, for example you are trying to discredit Ken, am I wrong?
Scepticus is trying to discredit anyone who claims that he has a long term winning method.
Instead of looking our own "backs" we are very eager to discredit others.

Not everything for everybody...all I do is learning from my mistakes and improving my betting methods as good as it gets and what do I receive from the forum's audience?
Not even claps upon a PC screen!

I got sicked and tired by the ego and the arrogance of some people, everyone knows better and no matter how great an idea might be in the BEST of cases you receive ignorance and in the worst negative comments!

It's like we are discussing about warriors and I present you Achilles and you see that nobody bothers, and 1 post says something along the lines:
"but he has a weak heel...!"
What do those people expect, or do they have HGs all of them and what I present them is too bad for their standards, go figure! :o ??? ::)

You cannot take out of my head that there is some hidden motivation to discredit intentionally!
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mr j

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #25 on: October 04, 2018, 08:09:21 PM »
Players are creating and profiting from what you failed at. How else should I phrase it?

I'm always repeating things with you, kinda funny. "Profiting"? Hmmm...does it pass the stink test?
Can your great idea be played at a B&M under optimal conditions? No? Then its trash.

Is you BR enough or is it only high during testing? Ignatus is king at this. He posts methods where you need 800,000 units (joking). Point being, will you RISK a very high BR? Can you even afford a high BR or does it only look cool for testing purposes? Does the method meet the casinos max bet AND min bet rules? *TIME* >> the spins speed up in order to throw your game off. Can you calculate and place all bets ON TIME, every spin?

All of this is important plus whatever I forgot. If any of this is confusing to you, then you have a TRASH method.
 

mr j

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #26 on: October 04, 2018, 08:22:16 PM »
Listen guys, all BS aside. I am TRYING to help. Yes, I should maybe stop if you dont want it. Do you need it? Yes but if you dont want it, its ok, I lose nothing. How many veteran vs. rookie examples can I give (lol).

I already did the welder example multiple times (lol). Caleb.....repeats and repeats and repeats and is a pain in the a** BUT.......he knows more than you do. Trilobite knows a TON, Turner knows a TON, Turbo knows a TON, Buffster knows a TON, Kelly knows a TON, Proofreader knows a TON etc.

Most here, know little. My posted YouTube video yesterday is spot on perfect. Dont act like you didn't watch it. Its only three minutes long.

There is no fairness on the boards or with roulette. Put in your time, shut the pie hole and LEARN a thing or two, pretty please.

Ken
 

Mako

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #27 on: October 04, 2018, 08:44:01 PM »
Can your great idea be played at a B&M under optimal conditions? No? Then its trash.

Is you BR enough or is it only high during testing? Will you RISK a very high BR? Can you even afford a high BR or does it only look cool for testing purposes? Does the method meet the casinos max bet AND min bet rules? *TIME* >> the spins speed up in order to throw your game off. Can you calculate and place all bets ON TIME, every spin?

This is all very true.  Not only does a play method have to actually "win", it has to pass all of the artificial limitations of the above, most critical of which if you're using any sort of big number bet or a long progression is usually low table limits on airball, or conversely, higher limits at tables but MUCH more time needed due to the slower pace of play.

There are multiple systems that "work", but they simply don't fit the constraints of play.

 
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mr j

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #28 on: October 04, 2018, 08:48:43 PM »

"There are multiple systems that "work", but they simply don't fit the constraints of play" >> I have said this 100 times. I could list ten HGs (cough) but NONE of them could be played under everything I just posted.

So, those HGs (cough) are trash. 
 

MickyP

Re: What this forum offers...
« Reply #29 on: October 04, 2018, 09:19:50 PM »
i have stated not once but many times; I only play at B&M tables, I am familiar with constraints of play. I do ask about this when in discussion on other players methods.
I use the same bankroll (unit quantity) to test methods as I use at the casino...200 units. Bankroll is an important part and makeup of any method. Logic

Mako. you gave me some sound advice a few posts back. I'll take it. thanks.
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