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MickyP

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #15 on: January 06, 2019, 06:45:56 PM »
I had a good chuckle Ken, Thanks.  :)

I'm sure Third will give us a sound answer as soon as he logs on again.

"At this point I am looking to increase my stakes, accrue some serious cash and head over to my local B & M casino.  This is a long-term goal and I will have to overcome many difficulties to pull this off." quote from Third.

The sentence in red puzzles me but it is line with Reyth who was an online players that ran through a thousand spins in no time.
 

Stratege

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #16 on: January 06, 2019, 07:52:22 PM »
About THIRD, I noticed he had ideas but without certainty. He may have worked a lot on some subjects, but he is slowly changing his way of seeing the game. He is looking for something new, and for the past week I have been with you, he is quite comfortable with my posts. I think THIRD understood that he was deadlocked with his ideas. But it's good to try to understand others. On January 4th (Grigny Marigny's topic) he says he tried the gaps but it's hell.

(THIRD) We have investigated this method and we have discovered that we are looking for roulette 's dark alleys.

It's his experience but there are thousands of ways to search  (and very little to find)! He is perhaps very disappointed to say that it is useless, but nevertheless my posts which are mainly on the gaps interests him ! If THIRD is also REYTH, his topic "Reyth 30-30", may 30, 2016,  isn't finally a "good news"!

(THIRD) "GOOD NEWS! After over 500M bet hit events on 18 numbers, I can not really say that playing the deepest
sleepers has a consistent, unchanging bet DOES NOT invoke the Reverse Engineering Curse NOR does it worsen the expected max loss performance of the bet selection! "


THIRD may not be in great psychological shape because he is looking for something new and he has to mourn his past (his failures in his research). And now his past with Reyth is coming back too. Maybe that's a lot of things at the same time ?  :-[
« Last Edit: January 06, 2019, 07:58:47 PM by Stratege »
 

MickyP

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #17 on: January 06, 2019, 08:03:24 PM »
Sounds like valid points Stratege but I think we shouldn't jump to conclusions yet. Everyone on the forum is looking for something different even if they say they are not. Many members have good methods they use but someone may post something that will help improve their methods. In this game you can never say never.

Let's give Third an opportunity to respond.

If he is Reyth, what are you going to do about it? I'll say welcome back.
 

juice

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #18 on: January 06, 2019, 08:18:45 PM »
as Reyth is a devout Christian, it is likely he will log on late in the day. Sunday's are for worship.

 

mr j

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #19 on: January 06, 2019, 08:38:41 PM »
I wasn't gonna post this but whatever.....I think part of his reason for leaving was ME. Do I care? No, but I had questioned his systems HEAVILY, very heavily. Then he was gone.
 

GIAJJENNO

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #20 on: January 06, 2019, 09:01:43 PM »
If he is Reyth ( I think no way) I would ask from his, that how formed the meeting with Dr.Talos?
 

mr j

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #21 on: January 06, 2019, 09:06:14 PM »
Two points >>

A) a doctor of what?  B) Third does not need to be logged on, in order to read this. I'm sure he read it already.
 

juice

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #22 on: January 06, 2019, 09:52:40 PM »
Again, Jim is correct.
Gia, you are incorrect, he is Reyth.
He probably had his contact with talos, one way or another, and just didn't want to be badgered constantly about how it went. I don't blame him.
If you go to Reyth YouTube channel, it was Reyth77, it has also been changed to Mister Reyth. If you see his new videos, he shows how he is winning, albeit with .25 cent chips, and is grinding out some profit. During the video look at the comments and you will see his new link to his public site / notes, and you will also see rimsky asking him how he plays and where he plays online, ( how ironic ) He will have a hard time going B&M with his play.
He refers to a link that redirects you to the talos cannon thread. ( I mean really now, pfffft).
All of this is fine and good, but when you come to a site to be with comrades and spitball ideas, or in this sites case, be generally insulted for your participation, it would be nice to know that you are dealing with honest opinions.
Such as mr. J , like him or not he is consistent, I like that, and I disagree with a lot of his approaches. ( not his methods)
Too much fishy crap here, for no good reason.
As Jim has said, if you don't have it by now, you ain't gonna have it.
I like Reyth, he always over complicated things with being too intelligent for his own good, but a harmless guy.
If anyone can not connect the dots on this one, your hopes of finding a way to win consistently is out of your reach.
« Last Edit: January 06, 2019, 10:13:58 PM by juice »
 

Third

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #23 on: January 07, 2019, 02:35:03 PM »
Wow, where did all these posts come from?

Anyway, the problem with B & M casinos is they have $5 minimum bets which is still a good bit above my funds available for gambling.

About all this other stuff, all I can say is that Reyth is a moderator and I clearly am not.

Furthermore, unless we have a HG method that does not lose, I think it is necessary for all of us to continue to research this game.
 
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MickyP

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #24 on: January 07, 2019, 03:10:27 PM »
Clever word play there Third. Reyth is a moderator and you are not. That's such a political reply in that it doesn't satisfactorily answer the question. Reyth with another name will not be allowed to moderate on the forum.
A simple Yes or NO will put all speculation to bed.
 
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MickyP

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #25 on: January 07, 2019, 06:39:27 PM »
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Furthermore, unless we have a HG method that does not lose, I think it is necessary for all of us to continue to research this game.

Research is great but know the limitations of the game and know the boundaries of the people you corroborate with. Will they reveal all their findings?
Research in the game has to have direction, It's pointless looking at everything but focusing on nothing. Have some parameters to set the stage for meaningful research. An example is the thread on building a method on finals. You have the parameters and the table type (single zero) You have ten variables (finals) to work with. Starting with information like this gives the research direction.
 

GIAJJENNO

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #26 on: January 07, 2019, 07:05:18 PM »
Which segments, variables would you research in 40 spin cycles?
 

MickyP

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #27 on: January 07, 2019, 09:00:02 PM »
Gia, You want to develop a method based on a 40 spin cycle. Firstly tell us why 40 spins and not 37 or 50 spins? What is so attractive about 40 spins? Will you be playing single zero roulette? What amount of numbers will you play? Why did you decide on this amount of numbers? How are the numbers selected? What about basic starting bankroll and expectation over 40 spins? Risk vs Reward?

Start with enough information and as you go through different sequences of numbers you must put everything to the test. You must decide what to change and what to abandon. If you come up against an anomaly that you know will more than likely not occur again in tens of thousands of spins, what do you do?

Every decision is important but your bet selection and the manner in which you select these numbers is critical. Every issue will have some kind of effect on the method. Like for example, can you walk up to a table and start betting from spin one? Or, do you need at least 80 spins of history to evaluate the table for play.
How much time is required to play the method?
It is good to base the method as far as time is concerned on a B/M table as it is the slowest game.

I'm sure you get the idea so if you want then start a thread based on what parameters you have and give a basic framework of how you anticipate the method will be. I look forward to reading and possibly contributing to the discussion.
« Last Edit: January 07, 2019, 09:16:04 PM by MickyP »
 
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Mako

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #28 on: January 07, 2019, 09:13:59 PM »
Third is not Reyth, and MickyP is not RouletteGhost.

Neither "speak" online at all like their supposed clones, not even close. 

How does this stuff get started?  ;D
 

Re: Third, Time, Lucky.
« Reply #29 on: January 08, 2019, 01:00:44 AM »
Gia, You want to develop a method based on a 40 spin cycle. Firstly tell us why 40 spins and not 37 or 50 spins? What is so attractive about 40 spins? Will you be playing single zero roulette? What amount of numbers will you play? Why did you decide on this amount of numbers? How are the numbers selected? What about basic starting bankroll and expectation over 40 spins? Risk vs Reward?

Start with enough information and as you go through different sequences of numbers you must put everything to the test. You must decide what to change and what to abandon. If you come up against an anomaly that you know will more than likely not occur again in tens of thousands of spins, what do you do?

Every decision is important but your bet selection and the manner in which you select these numbers is critical. Every issue will have some kind of effect on the method. Like for example, can you walk up to a table and start betting from spin one? Or, do you need at least 80 spins of history to evaluate the table for play.
How much time is required to play the method?
It is good to base the method as far as time is concerned on a B/M table as it is the slowest game.

I'm sure you get the idea so if you want then start a thread based on what parameters you have and give a basic framework of how you anticipate the method will be. I look forward to reading and possibly contributing to the discussion.

My guess is that there are 1440 minutes in any given day.  1440 divided by 36 = 40.  I only know this from a time when I'd try and divine the wheel based on  the earth's current position in its 24 hour rotation.