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Common misconceptions & insightful hints
« on: October 10, 2018, 09:39:55 PM »
Ask yourself the following questions:

1) Why casinos change frequently dealers around the tables?

2) Why the wheel on its layout has the numbers not with their arithmetical order as on the table layout?

3) Why the 0 and 00 on American wheel layout are across the opposing sides of the wheel?
In regards to probability the same HE would be realized regardless of their position, however there was a reason for doing so rather than placing them side by side for example.

On the above questions there is a common element which makes sense and explains why.

About the first question, a dealer could become predictable after sometime by a sharp observer, that's what some call dealer's signature.

About the second, this was intention for the sole purpose of masking the sectors, players who are not familiar with wheel's layout wouldn't identify immediately where the dealer spun the ball most.
Dealers DO hit more certain sectors, intentionally or not happens all the time.
Even when they are not aiming a particular segment it happens because of the mechanical, repetitive habit of spinning wheels and a balls everyday.

Every other bet which is scattered around the wheel depends from random chance, the casinos know it well and don't worry about lucky winners.
Tell me honestly how many times have you seen the ball landing just a pocket away from your bet?
If for example you want to bet 11, 20 and 27 then why don't you back them with at least 1 adjacent neighbor on both sides?

It does make sense, doesn't it?
 

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Re: Common misconceptions & insightful hints
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2018, 10:01:45 PM »
I tried that BA
It didn't work for me. I call them "The In-Betweeners "   !
 
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Re: Common misconceptions & insightful hints
« Reply #2 on: October 10, 2018, 10:39:07 PM »
Neighbors alone cannot make you a winner when your target is inaccurate, neighbors should be considered as supportive instruments.

We cannot win the game just by betting many numbers, there is no advantage on the quantities, both few and many have positive and negative assets which cancel each other out along the way and what you left is the HE.

The target can only provide the edge.
 

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Re: Common misconceptions & insightful hints
« Reply #3 on: October 11, 2018, 03:06:25 AM »

By looking in retrospective a snapshot of 37 successive outcomes, on the wheel's layout, what NEVER fails to be there?

2 words, continuous sectors, full of hits!
The common sense indicates that before a sector becomes 9 pockets long it will be 8 pockets, before 8 pockets it will be 7, before 7 it will be 6...and so on.
Therefore we have to lay the foundations by establishing the borders around an ever growing sector.

Practically speaking, for every hit place a dot on the corresponding wheel pocket, bet its adjacent neighbors.
As the sectors grow in length move the border bets accordingly on both sides.
As the game continues we will have more hits and less bets because we will remove every hit number.
 

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Re: Common misconceptions & insightful hints
« Reply #4 on: October 11, 2018, 03:10:36 AM »
"why don't you back them with at least 1 adjacent neighbor on both sides?" >> I did all this already. You know what ends up happening? Why not add on again (both sides), then add on again, then add on again?

If the ball lands next to your ever increasing "end" bets......add on again etc.
 
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« Reply #5 on: October 11, 2018, 03:28:05 AM »
Another way to bet for repeats this time, chart 19 spins on revolving or not basis and select the half wheel sector with the most hits, flat bet it for 18 times.
That sector will include also non hit numbers, thus some of them will come and the repeaters will come again.

In general, you could bet only the repeated numbers instead of the whole sector, just keep in mind that the most hit numbers come from more isolated sectors, in other words when a repeated number has not many hits around it most likely will hit more times above average expectation.

Average hit numbers go to the same sector and don't have many gaps between them, from the other side hot numbers have more gaps (sleepers) around them because it's like stealing their hits.

This is how the game keeps some not so precise balance, average numbers together with average on the same sector, hot and cold together on the other sector.

 

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Re: Common misconceptions & insightful hints
« Reply #6 on: October 11, 2018, 03:31:27 AM »
"why don't you back them with at least 1 adjacent neighbor on both sides?" >> I did all this already. You know what ends up happening? Why not add on again (both sides), then add on again, then add on again?

If the ball lands next to your ever increasing "end" bets......add on again etc.

You are right Ken but you have to admit that it sounds interesting before you test it!
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« Reply #7 on: October 11, 2018, 03:58:21 AM »
What would be the perfect pattern of distribution around the wheel?
For every 3 continuous pockets to be 1 number with 2 hits, 1 with 1 hit and one without hits and this pattern would have to go all around the wheel for 37 consecutive spins!

Since there is no perfect symmetry on the results we could bet against it as pattern breaker.
The real question is how to exploit, when there are 2 consecutive pockets with both numbers hit, 1 with 2 hits and the other with 1, bet them together with their adjacent neighbors (must be empty, no hits that far), a total of 4 numbers for 9 successive spins.

By 1 hit on any of them the pattern breaks and the charting restarts.
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« Reply #8 on: October 11, 2018, 09:42:26 PM »
What would be the perfect pattern of distribution around the wheel?
For every 3 continuous pockets to be 1 number with 2 hits, 1 with 1 hit and one without hits and this pattern would have to go all around the wheel for 37 consecutive spins!

Since there is no perfect symmetry on the results we could bet against it as pattern breaker.
The real question is how to exploit, when there are 2 consecutive pockets with both numbers hit, 1 with 2 hits and the other with 1, bet them together with their adjacent neighbors (must be empty, no hits that far), a total of 4 numbers for 9 successive spins.

By 1 hit on any of them the pattern breaks and the charting restarts.

 

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« Reply #9 on: October 11, 2018, 10:16:53 PM »
We have to combine 2 criteria as 1, the spins are representing the time factor and the wheel's pockets/positions the space factor.
The pattern above shows what would look like a perfectly symmetrical distribution.

1 repeat every 3 spins and/or 1 repeat per 3 wheel's pockets equal 36 spins for 36 numbers with 12 repeats.
This is only an average and results are not being formed in a fixed way, but dynamically unfolding.

Despite the uneven, asymmetric distribution at some point within the cycle there will be either case, 1/3 by time and/or space.
 

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Re: Common misconceptions & insightful hints
« Reply #10 on: October 13, 2018, 04:44:32 AM »
The 2 of the 3 tendencies: