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Stratege

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #15 on: January 12, 2019, 07:29:14 AM »

                                                                   ATTENTION TO THE WAVE                                                 
                                                                    (Flatten the deviance) 

Chance makes moments of deviance between the types of bets and there is no progression able to beat the strongest deviations of roulette, because the opposite wave (to win) can take too much time (several days) before come. It isn’t difficult to demonstrate this, just log on to the site of a casino that displays the spins of its roulette tables, and look for tough days where all the management jumps with a reasonable bankroll. 

On sailboats of the past, the sailors knew that the favorable wind could take several days to return. So during that time, the sea was flat, a sea of ​​oil, without a wave to push the ship. It was lost days, and the ship could also drift away. This inconvenience of waiting for the favorable wave and wind cost the shipowners a lot of money.

The player must absolutely not play all the spins that come to a table. He must use techniques to "flatten the deviation". 

To go to the conquest of chance without choosing the best spins is like going to sea without having studied the sea currents, the winds and the distances. Or if the player prefers, the true height of the deviances, the true height of his bankroll and the true duration of his attacks. 

For a long time survivors of storms in the open sea tell that they saw waves of 20 brasses (20 heights of man, or 36 meters). But nobody believed these stories (described as imaginary). In 2012 a satellite recorded on the globe a wave of 20 brasses. Since then, it is scientifically recognized that a wave of 22 or 23 brasses (or 40 meters) has surely already come.

It must be realistic, the bankroll of a player in front of chance is like a boat in front of one of these negative waves, which are not imaginary.

To flatten the deviances of our selection is then indispensable. This makes it possible to reduce the bankroll necessary so that its value is on a human scale (and no longer an astronomical value). The more effective techniques we apply, the lower the maximum deviance. The sum of these techniques will "leverage" to build a method with better hope.  The combinatorics allows you to follow hundreds of scenarios and enter the real game when a scenario (or combination) has just met a strong wave. See the posts of January 10 in the topic "Marigny de Grilleau". Another member also says that he plays after a wave of 2.5 STD and have good results. A long time ago (in the last century, yes !), I did tests with 3.5 STD on R / B and my opinion is the same as this member. On my test of 5150 selected spins, I had a negative deviance of 22 at the worst time of the test, while the normal deviance is 71. Don’t wait until a strong wave before playing is to meet, as another member said in this topic about Marigny, an incredible gap for a bankroll.

There is an explanation about the extension of the gaps, it will bethe subject of another message.
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Greek

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #16 on: January 12, 2019, 02:29:56 PM »

                                                                   ATTENTION TO THE WAVE                                                 
                                                                    (Flatten the deviance) 

The player must absolutely not play all the spins that come to a table. He must use techniques to "flatten the deviation". 
In a live situation, the player must play all spins. So, any attempt to "Flatten the deviance" is moot. The approach should incorporate all spins. My point is, if a player cannot win playing all spins, then the player should not play roulette at all.

The philosophical alchemy approach and chance applied to roulette creates a constant flow of changes to rules of engagement when trying to "flatten the deviance," whether it's in the progression technique, or choosing the right time to bet.

The optimum approach is to play every spin using a technique that allows standard deviation to be exploited, without the use of progressions. What? Is that even possible? Yes, such a strategy does exist.
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Stratege

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #17 on: January 12, 2019, 05:31:57 PM »

GREEK, I read your last posts and I wanted to post to say that you were relevant.  ;)

Now, concerning what you just said, we must relativize. With EC we can easily choose the best moments and thus "flatten the deviance". But for the types of domestic bets, it must of course often play to keep its place. But here we must understand to play the minimum. The problem of the real game isn’t to find spins to play but to have time to do his calculations. I practice combinatorics, I am well placed to say that we can on straight-up constantly find spins to play. But there is a problem of height of the bankroll, the more we play the more the % of profit (equal mass) is low and thus the high bankroll. For example, I checked on 500 000 spins with 10% profit that 30 units were enough. The benefit of a method is increased tenfold if the spins are better chosen.

You speak of standard deviation as a solution in flat betting, I will not contradict you because I don’t know your game and its value. But these standard deviations arn’t frequent and that's why I use combinatorics. So how do you play all spins without combinatorics? And what bets do you make, straight-up or split ...? Personally I exploit ECs with combined gaps. And every gap found makes me play a few shots (2.5 on average). What would do with a single number (straight-up) 55 shots played. With 4 or 5 gaps per day that would make the numbers the equivalent of 200 to 250 chips played with spins sometimes played at least.

Your idea that if a player "cannot win by playing all the spins" he should not play! This is a little excessive since rare are the winning methods (themselves already rare) that provide an advantage by playing all the spins. And the experience of most players is to wait for a good time at a table and sit down to play only one sequence and not to stay 100 or 200 spins. The reality of the game is always multiple, we cannot say that our way is the only correct one. Things change according to the type of bets (EC or D and C ...) and according to the phenomena that one exploits. Personally I use personal permanence (PP) since my differences are found on 500 spins in my archives. But some players don’t believe in the reality of PP. They arn’t wrong because for example the heat of a number that comes in a particular cylinder is a phenomenon peculiar to this cylinder. But concerning the types of group bets (EC, D and C ...) with the gaps, there are not the same constraints and we can take numbers on different tables! So there isn’t one school, only one way to succeed but opportunities to seize in different ways. We can only talk about the limit of our research and experience.  :)
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Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #18 on: January 12, 2019, 05:45:06 PM »
I have the sense that all roulette public think that if someone play all the spins has no chance to win , this is completely wrong if your bet selection allows u to win playing that way then it's impossible ! for ex my bet selection does exactly this , play all spins , and wins .
 
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Greek

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #19 on: January 12, 2019, 07:19:39 PM »

...that's why I use combinatorics. So how do you play all spins without combinatorics? And what bets do you make, straight-up or split ...?

I had to read about combinatorics as I am not familiar with the principle. I can safely say my approach does not incorporate combinatorics. My bets are inside bets, no outside bets, straight up, flat bet, and totally "random." The choice of a number or a group of numbers does not matter. What matters is quantum entanglement, when numbers are seen as particles, only then does the numbers show it's optimum probability per spin.
 
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dklee100

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #20 on: January 12, 2019, 09:37:18 PM »
If I had £1000 to bet every day
And my goal was £10 per day. £70 per week ( my pension)amount !!
Surely I'd be a winner every day?
It's bank role that does this not luck skill etc.
Maybe I'm wrong but am I???
 

MrPerfect.

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #21 on: January 12, 2019, 10:23:48 PM »
More bank, more money to lose. Proper study of play opportunity may provide win with a very modest bank to play.
  If you need more then 200 units to play, there is a high chance you do something wrong. .. or play wrong wheel or play wrong way...
 

Greek

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #22 on: January 13, 2019, 03:08:56 AM »
If I had £1000 to bet every day
And my goal was £10 per day. £70 per week ( my pension)amount !!
Surely I'd be a winner every day?
It's bank role that does this not luck skill etc.
Maybe I'm wrong but am I???

If you are happy with £70 per week, more power to you. As a counter to players with huge bankrolls, casinos have table limits to prevent players from gaining an advantage.
 

Greek

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #23 on: January 13, 2019, 03:15:15 AM »
More bank, more money to lose. Proper study of play opportunity may provide win with a very modest bank to play.
  If you need more then 200 units to play, there is a high chance you do something wrong. .. or play wrong wheel or play wrong way...

A modest bankroll, no studying, just start betting every spin, choosing a few numbers per spin, straight up is all that a player needs; just use a random technique generated by quantum entanglement.
 
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Stratege

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #24 on: January 14, 2019, 06:42:39 PM »

GREEK : "just use a random technique generated by quantum entanglement" ???

It sounds obvious to you, but I think you need a computer and you can only play on the net! I dont want to be indiscreet about your method but it would be interesting to open a topic to explain the general principles of the quantum approach. Or if you have some links for the curious, thank you for them, thank you for me too.  :D

A few words on combinatorics. We can cross spins in different ways. My message of January 10 (topic Marigny de Grilleau) explains one of these ways. Of all the combinations we have, some will correspond to more or less important differences. The player then studies the form of the gaps to find out if they are really interesting to play. For players who prefer numbers, the combinatorics can become huge and difficult to manage, with the model present. But it’s important to embark on a process of construction and it’s like that (in front of problems to solve) that we find some great ideas (sometimes).

Personally, I created my combinatorial model that allows me to handle both EC and numbers. So, a little good will, some difficulties, a little courage, and ideas will come (it is obligatory, the universe is expanding, our ideas too).  :o
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Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #25 on: January 14, 2019, 07:15:03 PM »
 
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Greek

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #26 on: January 14, 2019, 07:27:36 PM »

GREEK : "just use a random technique generated by quantum entanglement" ???

It sounds obvious to you, but I think you need a computer and you can only play on the net! I dont want to be indiscreet about your method but it would be interesting to open a topic to explain the general principles of the quantum approach. Or if you have some links for the curious, thank you for them, thank you for me too.  :D

A few words on combinatorics. We can cross spins in different ways. My message of January 10 (topic Marigny de Grilleau) explains one of these ways. Of all the combinations we have, some will correspond to more or less important differences. The player then studies the form of the gaps to find out if they are really interesting to play. For players who prefer numbers, the combinatorics can become huge and difficult to manage, with the model present. But it’s important to embark on a process of construction and it’s like that (in front of problems to solve) that we find some great ideas (sometimes).

Personally, I created my combinatorial model that allows me to handle both EC and numbers. So, a little good will, some difficulties, a little courage, and ideas will come (it is obligatory, the universe is expanding, our ideas too).  :o

Any interest in quantum entanglement, just go to youtube and search topic.

The strategy I speak about does not require a computer, nor does it uses any paper tracking. It's simple, just start betting, every spin.

What you are claiming about your "model" has already been brought to light by Kimo Li and his concepts. He takes complex combinations and presents them on spreadsheets that are sophisticated, yet easy for the player to navigate and understand, simply amazing.
 
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Stratege

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #27 on: January 15, 2019, 06:41:11 PM »

Thank you THIRD, I'll go to the link you gave.  ;)

GREEK, I allowed myself to ask you about the quantum approach because on the net we can find people who talk about what they don’t know. Your paperless strategy ! It's paradise "quantum entanglement"!

I don’t know the work of KIMO LI. With my model, I don’t have sophisticated spreadsheets (on the contrary, there is no calculation if we know some laws of chance to combine the spins intelligently). So I studied the laws of chance and some of its characteristics to succeed in finding my combinatorial model. My model is therefore general since it applies the possibilities of distribution laws. That's why I can do a lot of things: Look for the biggest gaps on dozens or split ... I can look for heat on Straight-up ... Or for example, I enter 1000 spins in my computer and I have an entanglement of 100,000 on one Excel page, then on another 100,000 ... My model is a research tool and a tool to play. The advantage of the combinatorial is to find very quickly gaps that normally come every 3 or 6 months. But I limited myself to practice. If I note 100 spins my combinatorial will make 200 000 spins. I could make 400,000 but it would take more time to prepare my game sheet.

There are significant advantages with the combinatorics, so I say that for the players to think. I studied the equivalent of 30 million spins for my first research on Marigny, and then I simplified because it was very indigestible (I think I can talk about the theory of this author)!

It's amazing, Greek, I did not say anything about my model and you're sure it's the model of another, that of Kimo Li! How can you assert such a thing that I did not present, ??? ? But the most important thing is that you tell me that Kimo Li is interested in combinatorics.

A good tool for doing research helps to understand phenomena. Recently I gave Thrid an explanation of the curve fitting curse because my model allows me to find rare situations and look for explanations. It must be said, without studying the laws of chance, we can still see things but rarely understand them! Tank you Greek  :D
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Greek

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #28 on: January 15, 2019, 07:51:07 PM »

I don’t know the work of KIMO LI.
Maybe you should. You both speak about using a tool of multiple combinations that reveal a phenomenon. Kimo uses matrices to create combinations.

It was foolish for me to speak about your "model" as though I knew what your were talking about. Also, presumptuous of me to think you have read Kimo Li's work. But the similar "buzzwords: like combinatorics, combinations certainly raises eyebrows.

Having said that, my strategy is unique, nothing like yours, Kimo Li's, or any other principles. It's more of an understanding of how random numbers follow the numbers I choose to bet.  I don't use past spins to determine what I will bet, not one spin or millions of spins, no need to rack my brain. Let the universe guide the way.

So, rather than trying to predict what random numbers will be coming up, random numbers are chasing my choice of random numbers.

Cheers
 
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Stratege

Re: PHILOSOPHICAL ALCHEMY AND CHANCE
« Reply #29 on: January 16, 2019, 06:22:16 PM »

GREEK, if your strategy is unique then it's art (or power?) ! The only thing that comes to my mind is the notion of "synchronicity" of Carl Gustave Jung (psychoanalyst) and Pauli (physicist). Synchronicity is an event that has an external appearance and an interior aspect (in humans). There would be sychronicities permanently but very often we do not recognize them.  ::)

I understand your reaction about the word "combinatorial" …  ;)
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