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mr j

Re: The Gtrat Math Mystery
« Reply #15 on: January 14, 2019, 01:02:16 AM »
The ROUTINE is boring.
 

DrTalos

Re: The Gtrat Math Mystery
« Reply #16 on: January 14, 2019, 01:06:57 AM »
Cashing money is not boring. Winning never will. Can be boring playing, especially if you take out he thrilling of gambling.
  I think that everybody must find a system or method that fits his needs, his being. I, for example, can't accept a stop/loss, while other are ok with a system who wins in the long run. Some needs to play a lot of number, others few. Some can endure long sessions, other prefers a short run.
  Me, I need to have a sense of safety. My system works with a bankroll three times bigger than the worst session ever encountered. This gives me that feeling.
  I need to play every spin, and as soon as I enter in a Casino. So I don't work with triggers or virtual bets.
  That doesn't mean they do not works. In this game, as in life, we are all amateurs. No matter how many years we spent breathing, or sitting at a table. Who says otherwise is a fool, or an idiot. There are countless way to approach the game. At each his own. You prefer AP, triggers, virtual, methods, signatures... Good, if it works.
  If someone, anyone, says "your ways won't work" laugh at him, because he is just ignorant.
  If I give you my Bertrand, probably you will not be able to make it profitable. And this because is not a perfect fit for you. If you get my hints and advices, and use those to create something of your own, you could be successful.
  You know, the fish and fishing thing..
 
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mr j

Re: The Gtrat Math Mystery
« Reply #17 on: January 14, 2019, 02:30:03 AM »

  If someone, anyone, says "your ways won't work" laugh at him
 

Wrong. There are LOTS of way that won't work,  regardless of who you are and yes, I will laugh at you.
 

mr j

Re: The Gtrat Math Mystery
« Reply #18 on: January 14, 2019, 02:56:10 AM »
So "special" players have a magical way of playing a crappy system vs. others? A lazy system loses regardless of your beliefs, prayers, feelings or encouragement from other forum members.
 

DrTalos

Re: The Gtrat Math Mystery
« Reply #19 on: January 14, 2019, 03:26:23 AM »
MrJ. You are entitled to your opinion. Still, is your opinion. The moment you think what you know is the indisputable truth then you are walking blind.
  You can keep reminding us that all your years of experience landed you where you are now, but there are many seas, and many beaches. In every niche of human activity there is more to discover than what we know now. Roulette is no different.
 You are portraying a character, the tough guy who walked across so many battlefields, that can be bend but never broken, that saw all and understood everything. You are acting. Everybody knows that. It is clear and quite entartaining. Still, there are people whom honestly tries to find their own solution, and needs more than an old owl tooting his disbelieve.
  Can you just step aside for a while, and let other people tries and fail, and learn and improve?
Please?
 
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mr j

Re: The Gtrat Math Mystery
« Reply #20 on: January 14, 2019, 03:34:31 AM »
The ball does not care about your wise quotes, snappy sayings & riddles.
 

mr j

Re: The Gtrat Math Mystery
« Reply #21 on: January 14, 2019, 03:36:37 AM »
 "Can you just step aside for a while, and let other people tries and fail" >> Oh I dont think that'll be a problem.
 

MickyP

Re: The Great Math Mystery
« Reply #22 on: January 14, 2019, 06:40:03 AM »
okay, here is some fish food: What we know about the Bertrand is that the target is not important. Most players are trying to solve the riddles by looking at the table/wheel when in fact the core of the method relies on math. Go back to the beginning and work it out mathematically. When you understand that the target is important but doesn't make the method the sooner you will realise that math is the method.

A riddle. I don't think so. It's a statement that confirms the approach. There is constantly a balancing act to keep within the math parameters of the method. Obviously the bet selection plays an important roll but the focus is the math. The math dictates your next move in the game and not bet selection. Betting strategy rises above bet selection.

It appears I have opened a nasty can of worms with this thread but some things just have to be said. The points raised so far all seem to have a degree of truth to them but unfortunately some posts could be taken as a little over the top.

Giajjenno, what an "honest and heartfelt" post but if you are claiming righteousness as I think you are then I must refresh your memory regarding your PMs to me about my possible meeting with DrTalos. I will not say more than this.
I have given you some advice on how you should approach the game but you don't seem to take it seriously. You mentioned names of people who claim to be "beating" roulette, winning, winning; my name was included. I do make a living from roulette but I also have my off days where I am forced to abandon my play and take a loss. My winnings are not consistent; in other words I don't win x units on every visit. At times I win more and this is done to balance my books but I do suffer losses just like all other players. The fact that I have decided not to share any more ideas or reveal my actual B/M approach is my prerogative. I have explained my reasons in other posts.

Ken, you did plaster your thoughts with a heavy hand and you are right but only according to you. I think DrTalos gave a fairly accurate response to your posts but players would be foolish to simply brush you aside because of your rough exterior. You do make valid points for players fighting the same battles that you have fought.
There are many different ways to profit from the game and I have methods that are profitable for me that smash your views on the game to smithereens. I use patterns, trends, triggers, virtual bets, stop/loss, I bet on too many numbers according to your standards but I am constantly researching your parameters on the game. I do take you seriously.

MrPerfect, as always gave a thought provoking reply but it is subject to his style of play which is AP and here the target is all important.

DrTalos, your input as always is credible to me as what you say resonates pretty much with my approach to the game.

Roulette is a math game and what draws me to roulette as opposed to other games of chance is that it can played strategically. The odds are said to be the worst out of all the games but the returns are higher than other games. What other game offers you 35-1 on a win? The HE as I have said before is simply a fact of the game that is constant. Players do create an edge but it is never constant. One method that I play has a build in edge but it still has to be managed and unfortunately losses do occur from time to time.

 
 
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mr j

Re: The Gtrat Math Mystery
« Reply #23 on: January 14, 2019, 02:37:58 PM »

"Giajjenno, what an "honest and heartfelt" post" >> I agree 100%
 
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MickyP

Re: The Gtrat Math Mystery
« Reply #24 on: January 14, 2019, 04:45:15 PM »
Ken I thanked your post as in the absence of facts it reads like a revamped version of Titanic.
I know you don't have the facts but it is nice to see you express a bit of emotion. Good for you.

In spite of things said I still like Giajjenno and I hope he finds his feet in the game.
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mr j

Re: The Gtrat Math Mystery
« Reply #25 on: January 14, 2019, 07:46:19 PM »
Honest feelings go very very far with me. This game is tough, no doubt.

Ken
 
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