Crazy K I want to elaborate about a theory.

Maybe you can code this.

a) Singles versus larger series

b) Series of two versus larger series

c) Series of three versus larger series

d) Series of four versus larger series

Marigny De Grilleau talk about overrepresented and underrepresented events, imbalance and correction.

The deviation from the norm.

The values are as follows

Singles has the value of 1

Series of two has the value of 0

Series of three has the value of 1

Series of four has the value of 2

Series of five has the value of 3

And so it continues

Same for a, b, c, d,

Series of two has the value of 1

Series of three has the value of 0

Series of four has the value of 1

Series of five has the value of 2

Series of six has the value of 3

And so it continues

Now, look at this theory that has not been tested.

Assume we would live in a perfect world and get a perfect sequence.

Where the deviation of the norm increase step by step with no present regression/correction for each level.

For example, if I play against singles my expectation is to get a series of three.

Assume I use a benchmark or a certain value for each level where the overrepresented events have to reach for example 2.07 Z-Score.

I have a 36 step progression winning two in a row.

That would be six singles with no series of three, first level reaching 2.07 Z-Score

Second, if we lose, would be to wait for a series of two to aim for a series of four, if we lose again we reach 2.07 Z-Score

The third time, if we lose, we wait for a series of three to become a series of five.

The fourth time, if we lose, we wait for a series of four to become series of six.

The fifth time, if we lose, we wait for a series of five to become series of seven.

Time six, if we lose, we wait for a series of six to become series of eight.

Do you see the magic of the deviation of the norm only need to regress with two events in any given situation?

Cheers

` 1. Z-Score 0,02 - 1 singles contra 1 serie of three`

2. Z-Score 0,73 - 2 singles contra 1 serie of three

3. Z-Score 1,18 - 3 singles contra 1 serie of three

4. Z-Score 1,53 - 4 singles contra 1 serie of three

5. Z-Score 1,82 - 5 singles contra 1 serie of three

6. Z-Score 2,07 - 6 singles contra 1 serie of three

7. Z-Score 2,30 - 7 singles contra 1 serie of three

8. Z-Score 2,51 - 8 singles contra 1 serie of three

9. Z-Score 2.58 9 singles contra 1 serie of three

10. Z-Score 2,70 - 10 singles contra 1 serie of three

11. Z-Score 2,89 - 11 singles contra 1 serie of three

12. Z-Score 3,06 - 12 singles contra 1 serie of three

13. Z-Score 3,22 - 13 singles contra 1 serie of three

14. Z-Score 3,37 - 14 singles contra 1 serie of three

15. Z-Score 3,52 - 15 singles contra 1 serie of three

16. Z-Score 3,66 - 16 singles contra 1 serie of three

17. Z-Score 3,80 - 17 singles contra 1 serie of three

18. Z-Score 3,93 - 18 singles contra 1 serie of three

19. Z-Score 4,06 - 19 singles contra 1 serie of three

20. Z-Score 4,18 - 20 singles contra 1 serie of three

21. Z-Score 4,30 - 21 singles contra 1 serie of three

22. Z-Score 4,42 - 22 singles contra 1 serie of three

23. Z-Score 4,53 - 23 singles contra 1 serie of three

24. Z-Score 4,64 - 24 singles contra 1 serie of three

25. Z-Score 4,75 - 25 singles contra 1 serie of three

26. Z-Score 4,86 - 26 singles contra 1 serie of three

27. Z-Score 4,96 - 27 singles contra 1 serie of three

28. Z-Score 5,07 - 28 singles contra 1 serie of three

29. Z-Score 5,17 - 29 singles contra 1 serie of three

30. Z-Score 5,26 - 30 singles contra 1 serie of three

31. Z-Score 5,36 - 31 singles contra 1 serie of three

32. Z-Score 5,45 - 32 singles contra 1 serie of three

33. Z-Score 5,55 - 33 singles contra 1 serie of three

34. Z-Score 5,64 - 34 singles contra 1 serie of three

35. Z-Score 5,73 - 35 singles contra 1 serie of three

36. Z-Score 5,82 - 36 singles contra 1 serie of three

37. Z-Score 5,90 - 37 singles contra 1 serie of three

38. Z-Score 5,99 - 38 singles contra 1 serie of three

39. Z-Score 6,07 - 39 singles contra 1 serie of three