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MickyP

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #870 on: July 07, 2019, 08:44:07 PM »

Waiting for you to clarify your claims of my inconsistencies.

I know you will use the excuse of "ignoring MickyP" but by not producing the goods you simply discredit yourself.

I welcome criticism as it gives me opportunity to recheck and test my word. If I am wrong, I will admit it and if I'm right I will simply move on in a happier state knowing that my work is worth the effort.

Septic, it's an open invitation for you to trash me but with the knowledge that I will respond to any BS you try and present as fact.

Septic, my word has been consistent but your understanding not. Your new name will now be "Old Yellow" because you show your true colours of being a coward.
 

MickyP

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #871 on: July 08, 2019, 02:44:35 PM »
The attached file shows the hype associated with the nine blocks. No wonder Old Yellow says it not easy to win with Roulette. You have to guess right or lose.

Players should understand the risk of using the lego blocks.
 

scepticus

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #872 on: July 10, 2019, 11:54:02 AM »
Using Mike’s 74 numbers and taking them in Sets of Three we get the following results.I have used his chosen Block - Block 3.
I use the term “Threesome” rather than “Treble” .
The first two, as I have previously said, are not bet but used as Virtual Bets because  it would be stupid to do so, Virtual Bets are sometimes necessary .

4                                                                                   111222333
1                                                                                   123123123
32                                                                                 123231312
1                                                                                   231123312
Threesome 3 wins  in line 4 @7/2
10
.8
15
8
Threesome 3 wins in Line 4 @7/2
18
17
9
7
Threesome 2 wins in Line 8 @7/2
5
34
36
5
Threesome 1 wins in Line 3 @2/1
13
19
29
3
Threesome 3 wins in Line 4 @ 7/2
16
22
27                                                                               111222333
32                                                                               123123123
                                                                                   123231312
                                                                                   231123312

Threesome 1 wins in Line 5   @ 2/1
22
31
33
35
Threesome 2 wins in Line 6 @7/2
35
12
2
29
Threesome 2 wins in Line 7 @7/2
22
0   A zero in the first 2 Virtual spins means NO Bet but restart from next 2 numbers.

18                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
15
7
9
Threesome 4 wins in Line 8 @7/2           
                                                                                   111222333
                                                                                   123123123
                                                                                   123231312
                                                                                   231123312

3
0 A zero in first 2 Virtual Bets means No Bet but restart with next two numbers
20
30
21
5  Threesome 3 wins in Line 4 @ 7/2

26
0 A zero in first 2 Virtual Bets means No Bet but restart with the next two numbers
7
31
2
36
Threesome 4 wins in Line 6 @7/2
21
8
29
16
Threesome 3 wins in Line 5 @7/2
22
8
23
18
Threesome 1 wins in Line 4 @7/2
36
25
28
31
Threesome   3 wins in Line  7 @ 7/2                                                                                              111222333
123123123
123231312
231123312

25
16
5
6
Threesome 1 wins in Line 8 @2/1
30
0  A zero in the first 2 Virtual numbers means No Bet and restart with next two numbers
26
26
25
12
Threesome 4 wins in Line 3 @7/2
13
7
 

scepticus

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #873 on: July 10, 2019, 12:08:38 PM »
Jesper says “ the harm is making others think it works”

Despite solaris showing that it can work  !
 

MickyP

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #874 on: July 10, 2019, 01:16:21 PM »
Exactly, the harm is in making others think that it works. If you view my attached file you will see that the blocks will always give three correct out of four as every eventuality is accounted for. What the blocks are unable to do is present a betting line before the spin commences. In hindsight the blocks are perfect as they do what you say they can do. But..., the player still has to choose what block will be the winning block but after two spins the player  still has 9 blocks that are all correct. The first two lines are identical in every block. So, is it not stupid to refer to the first two spins as guaranteed wins? It's like saying one number on the wheel will be the winning number. After the third spin you still have three choices for the final spin and guess what? the three choices are, dozen one, dozen two and dozen three. WHERE IS THE MAGIC WINNING MATH FORMULA?

The blocks do not even represent a trigger in the roulette meaning of the word. If the blocks identified a dozen to play then you would have something but unfortunately you have nothing but a self cultivated thread of rubbish.
« Last Edit: July 10, 2019, 01:33:10 PM by MickyP »
 

MickyP

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #875 on: July 10, 2019, 04:24:40 PM »
The example you posted above is inconsequential, it means nothing to show winnings in this manner because according to the blocks every 4 numbers will have three correct. You simply proved this point but it does not help the player one bit. Hindsight is not a trigger to play.

I think what players would want to understand is how to select the correct block to play. Each block has nine lines of four spins each and the first two lines are identical in all blocks, so what block to follow? As I said, the blocks do not guide the player at all. There is no grounded information in the spins to identify what block to use. The first two spins can be considered tracking spins but what are you tracking as after the first two spins you have nine correct blocks. ????? With the result of the third spin you are still left with three choices. ?????? Thank God the zero is not considered.

Maybe you can try and explain why the nine blocks should be considered as a method of play. Use practical examples and convince your readers that the blocks actually work.
All these systems you have created using the blocks have the same flaw and when executed, will fail.

I now fully understand why you keep saying that roulette is just guessing, in your words "calculated guess". Maybe you can explain how you calculate your guess.
 

scepticus

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #876 on: July 12, 2019, 04:28:38 PM »
I am  concentrating  on horse racing  during the Flat Season but before I will go I will indulge the obnoxious Micky P whose deluded mind thinks that I am afraid of his “ tough “ questions !

Mr. “ Consistency  “

now says  that   VB is the only way to go and that  we Method players  are living with  “ Alice in Wonderland “. 
If we are then he was living in wonderland when claiming that he  made a living from roulette !  And that it was Easy  !

He claimed that he “ never gives in “ but has given up on proving his claim that I withdrew my challenge to Mr Perfect .

He claimed that my “ lego blocks “ produced minimal  profits  but  tells Dr Talos that winning 1 unit an hour is O.K. !  ( He hasn’t even  calculated the  profit  % of solaris test or he would have seen that it shows a good  profit with 25e chips.)

He ridicules my use of Assumptions yet accepts those of  Palestis .
 ( 1 ) Palestis ASSUMES that 10 B2b losses won’t occur during his lifetime  (2 ) Palestis ASSUMES that even if it did he would still be O.K.
( Actually it is illogical to argue that something cannot happen yet  say that it Might ! )

That is only a few of his “ consistences “.

As for his “ Yellow “ slur . HE is the one who is afraid to meet with me in a B&M casino  ! HE is the one who is afraid  to give me 4 numbers !

 

scepticus

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #877 on: July 12, 2019, 04:30:53 PM »
Micky agrees that  the Nine Blocks really do guarantee 3 wins in one of the nine columns but continues to ask “ Which Block”  ? . Despite my saying ANY block . ANY block !

I have given an example with Mike’s 74 numbers . He rejects it .What the example “ proves “ is that one of the 4 options MUST occur  failing a zero ( a 1 in  37 shot ) 

Each has a 1 in 4 chance  .What I am claiming is that 3 of the options pay 7/2 which gives the Bettor  an Edge  no matter which one he chooses. Even allowing for the zero

My critics  cannot prove me  wrong so indulge in abuse and irrelevances
 

MickyP

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #878 on: July 12, 2019, 07:22:10 PM »
Old Yellow, you refer to things I wrote and do not keep what I said in context of the discussion I was in. Sure, a one unit profit in an hour is better than a loss but the method does not produce one unit an hour as standard play.Go back and read the thread.

I agree with Palestis because what he says is practical. Easy to see that he is a real roulette player. Compare practical experience and you see who is real and who punts fake stuff.

What's with the 4 numbers BS?

With the nine blocks any sequence of numbers will have three correct and one line will have 4 correct. I agree with this because all sequence variants are covered. You only realize this in hindsight though. The key to winning with the nine blocks is knowing what block and line to play. I agree with the math and I see the deception just as clearly.

For practical purposes the first two lines of the blocks can be eliminated, They mean nothing as does the so called guarantee. Only the last two lines of the blocks are played. The blocks do not give an edge. How can you claim an edge when you still have to guess what dozen to play? You still have three choices...

I see you have already prepared an excuse for not responding. True to your designated colour...lol

The lego block system is a bad investment and players can see that clearly for themselves. No need for me to convince them.
 

MickyP

Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Reply #879 on: July 12, 2019, 08:42:38 PM »
Sepic/Old Yellow, AP/VB is a superior play style as it truly does give the player an edge.
I do not look down on method players but I do frown when a person like yourself tries to discredit AP/VB. You do this because you lack the ability to see beyond your lego blocks.

What makes you so special that I would travel half way around the world to play roulette with you. Ease up on the herb you smoke. I give you an open invitation to come to South Africa and we will play in one of the seven casinos on my doorstep. By the way, cover your own costs...lol You are a crazy fool...hahaha

Making a living from roulette is easy. I have done all the hard work already (testing and planning).To execute a plan in a casino is not hard work. The value of the chips I bet ensure that I can make a living from limited exposure at the tables.
You don't see this because you are stuck in a box with only lego blocks to play with.