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Mike

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Re: Holy grail. A word of encouragement.
« Reply #45 on: November 10, 2015, 08:58:21 AM »
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If a man says " I  am  a liar"  is he telling the truth ?

scepticus, no, he's not.

@ Reyth,

Is that a quote or your own philosophy? if the latter, it's an extraordinarily nihilistic one. How do you find the energy to get out of bed in the morning?

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Re: Holy grail. A word of encouragement.
« Reply #46 on: November 10, 2015, 09:05:50 AM »
DrTalos,

You keep saying that your system doesn't use probability, only simple math. But if it's based around some progression, how can probability not be taken into account? A progression designed for the even chances will not be suitable for betting on single numbers, and vice-versa. Progressions, if they are to be successful, must take into account the characteristics, loss streaks, win streaks etc of the differing bets, and these are matters of probability.

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Re: Holy grail. A word of encouragement.
« Reply #47 on: November 11, 2015, 01:39:13 PM »
i know what mrtalos talking about and believe me its really simple ,but if u re not get out of the probabily logic u will never find this out ,  i cant say more on this, but relly excist , u can win on every spin !

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Re: Holy grail. A word of encouragement.
« Reply #48 on: November 11, 2015, 04:02:20 PM »
So you can't answer the question then?

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u can win on every spin !

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Re: Holy grail. A word of encouragement.
« Reply #49 on: November 11, 2015, 04:24:49 PM »
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If a man says " I  am  a liar"  is he telling the truth ?

scepticus, no, he's not.

@ Reyth,

Is that a quote or your own philosophy? if the latter, it's an extraordinarily nihilistic one. How do you find the energy to get out of bed in the morning?
Mike
We cannot exclude the possibility that a liar might sometimes speak the truth.  Your answer is the same as my first answer to this teaser .

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Re: Holy grail. A word of encouragement.
« Reply #50 on: November 11, 2015, 11:43:48 PM »
To RouletteGhost AKA Sherlock Holmes.
A) scam artist who has nothing to sell? Like open a store with empty shelves.
B) this is the only forum I am in, and I did just few days ago after reading posts for quite few weeks, and found them amusing.
C) a rise? By who and for what? Did I ask for something? I keep saying "try harder and find your system". Is something so unacceptable for you, to look for hidden meaning and planned strategy?
I feel so sorry for you guys. How can you handle all this anger?
I hope you can take this seriously people believing in a God in the sky, or who votes Republicans. They are victims of a scam. Unless you are one of them, of course, if this is the case, everything is already explained.
Have a wonderful night.

Political parties created by men will all die.  Works of men are like straw and they cannot even explain how they came to exist much less how all existence holds together so perfectly.  Scientists create nothing and ultimately understand nothing of the mysteries of life.  Let every man be a liar.

If a man says " I  am  a liar"  is he telling the truth ?

Only to the degree that he is aware that he is a liar. : P

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Re: Holy grail. A word of encouragement.
« Reply #51 on: November 12, 2015, 07:53:43 AM »
My favorite motto, when following Rudyard Kipling's sound advice is to not wager/play/bet or place any chips, when I am Losing, so I minimize the initial bank, and only place wagers when I am Winning.
Now to do that, I must have a plan beforehand, and that is a sensible preparation to make.
The particular numbers or sectors are not pre-determined, my plan is only to know what to do when the light is Red, what to do when it is Yellow, and, most importantly for the profit of the exercise, know when it changes.
I sometimes imagine the table 'talks' to we who seek the rewards, but it doesn't really, it does invite us to participate, as it is there for us; and we am there for it
The psychological lure is undeniable, and for some an addiction, a compulsion.
Why would you bet cautiously for an hour, then, hit one coup to return ten or twenty times your original bank, and suddenly think, I will just have ONE really huge and impressive bet, because this is all profit, I can lose the Casinos money for a change, and, at worst, walk out square with house. Can you see the flaw in that decision.
Where is that ATM? You know, just in case.
Have you not felt that invitation extended, as you approached, to test your skill?
The Grand Prix, (Grote Prijs, for you dobbelsteen) of roulette is the Bond Move, “100Francs-En Plein on 17”, (17!) “Let it Ride”, (17!!) “Let it all Ride” (17!!!)
That is the Pinnacle for the Purists, and that is the cloaked-in-mystery semi-secret agenda of this and all roulette forums, the Holy Grail; the “Golden Number”.
Forecasting and pressing a the triple coup is far more rare than a hole-in-one at the Golf Club, and rates up there with the American Triple Crown in horse racing.
There are no staking patterns required, no AP or DS to refer to, no Fibbies, no Labbies, no Marties and no Excuses. Just one truly random generated number.
How do you think we could discern, find and isolate a (future) random number?
More, Later.......Ringmaster.

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Re: Holy grail. A word of encouragement.
« Reply #52 on: November 12, 2015, 01:02:50 PM »
Welcome to the forum XXVV.