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Kimo Li Root Factor System
« on: June 16, 2019, 06:14:27 PM »
Astutillo,
I have thousands of strategies that win. Unfortunately, to play any of them would require memorization of numbers, layout position, and tracking cards. They all win, except it's taxing on the brain. As they say, "there is more than one way to skin a rabbit."

I am not at the liberty to tell you of my strategy. I can tell you this, the strategy was designed for players who are smart, but have a tendency to be lazy. For example, the layout is designed so that the player can bet dozens easily. Simple enough, because a player can immediately recognize what dozen any spin number that is generated, like 35, 3rd dozen. But what happens when the player who wants to track which column a spin number belongs to, like 35. The player will have the tendency to look down on the layout to see which column number 35 is located.

Tracking, therefore, becomes a key element in one's mind, to find the easiest way to remember groups. Tracking dozens in one's mind is easy. Tracking columns is not so easy in one's mind, unless a process is created to make tracking simple in one's mind. So here is how a roulette player can make tracking columns easy.

Each column have a common denominator that identifies which column it belongs to:
Column 1: 01, 04, 07, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31, 34

If you were to sum each digit you would have these numbers:
Column 1: 01, 04, 07, 01, 04, 07, 01, 04, 07, 01, 04, 07

So any number, like 19, the sum is 10. 10, the sum of 10 is 01. I now know 19 belongs to column 1.
The same holds true for column 2 and 3.
Column 2: 02, 05, 08Column 3: 03, 06, 09

The sum of any number will determine which column the number belongs to.

The whole premise behind this kind of categorization is the basis for the strategy you are asking for. In other words, I take a very complex idea and make it so the brain can easily remember and process immediately, without having to enter it into a computer or writing it down onto a piece of paper.

 
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MrPerfect.

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2019, 06:48:04 PM »
Uh... Greek. I thought you descovered something else. 
   You know, ones folks used to play BJ with one stack of cards only... till one very famous cretin instead of just playing wrote a book about it. It was end of BJ as before, game changed, last chance to control egainst cheating from casino side was removed.  Very soon something like that will happen to roulette. For now , folks who know , they just play, till another cretin will wright a book about it. ...
    Do not get me personally,  if you know something that works, then just play.
 
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Greek

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #2 on: June 16, 2019, 06:57:23 PM »
MrPerfect,
Nothing personal, playing is a given.Losing is a part of many roulette players lives. Dealing with it comes in many forms.How I deal with a loss? By having more wins, making any loss insignificant.

 
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Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2019, 07:02:05 PM »
Astutillo,
I have thousands of strategies that win. Unfortunately, to play any of them would require memorization of numbers, layout position, and tracking cards. They all win, except it's taxing on the brain. As they say, "there is more than one way to skin a rabbit."

I am not at the liberty to tell you of my strategy. I can tell you this, the strategy was designed for players who are smart, but have a tendency to be lazy. For example, the layout is designed so that the player can bet dozens easily. Simple enough, because a player can immediately recognize what dozen any spin number that is generated, like 35, 3rd dozen. But what happens when the player who wants to track which column a spin number belongs to, like 35. The player will have the tendency to look down on the layout to see which column number 35 is located.

Tracking, therefore, becomes a key element in one's mind, to find the easiest way to remember groups. Tracking dozens in one's mind is easy. Tracking columns is not so easy in one's mind, unless a process is created to make tracking simple in one's mind. So here is how a roulette player can make tracking columns easy.

Each column have a common denominator that identifies which column it belongs to:
Column 1: 01, 04, 07, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31, 34

If you were to sum each digit you would have these numbers:
Column 1: 01, 04, 07, 01, 04, 07, 01, 04, 07, 01, 04, 07

So any number, like 19, the sum is 10. 10, the sum of 10 is 01. I now know 19 belongs to column 1.
The same holds true for column 2 and 3.
Column 2: 02, 05, 08Column 3: 03, 06, 09

The sum of any number will determine which column the number belongs to.

The whole premise behind this kind of categorization is the basis for the strategy you are asking for. In other words, I take a very complex idea and make it so the brain can easily remember and process immediately, without having to enter it into a computer or writing it down onto a piece of paper.

Interesting.
And this kind of categorization allows you to create new ways for grouping numbers and set up different correlations between them?

 

MrPerfect.

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #4 on: June 16, 2019, 07:55:43 PM »
MrPerfect,
Nothing personal, playing is a given.Losing is a part of many roulette players lives. Dealing with it comes in many forms.How I deal with a loss? By having more wins, making any loss insignificant.
That's the way! Everyone gets what they focus on. Who wants winnings - gets winnings, who wants to " manage losses" - they get that as well. Old people say " be careful with what you want, cos it may become your reality".
    I see you figured out it not that long ego... you still get angry with people displaying worries about how manage losses... it's temporary thing. Soon you will habituate yourself.  It's just a stage in your personal development as a player. Everyone been there...
   
 

Greek

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #5 on: June 16, 2019, 10:01:32 PM »

Interesting.
And this kind of categorization allows you to create new ways for grouping numbers and set up different correlations between them?
Absolutely, what I presented here is called Sum Factors. You can actually create hundreds of strategies with the
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For example, if you wanted to track 12 numbers using the sum principle you can track 123 factors.
01, 02, 03, 10, 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 (street bets)
You can create any combination 12 numbers, like

124, 356, 789
125, 346, 789
126, 345, 789
127, 345, 689 etc.
There are 280 combinations that can be tracked. Welcome to my world.

MrPerfect,
My experience is far beyond what you can imagine. I am not a newbie. I am a seasoned roulette professional.
« Last Edit: June 16, 2019, 10:23:37 PM by Greek »
 
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scepticus

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #6 on: June 16, 2019, 11:04:24 PM »
Greek
Anyone who has played roulette for any length of time will know the position of any number off by heart . 

It's Dozen  -  AND it's Column  - AND it's Street -  AND it's Colour  - et. etc. etc.

If you need to use such complicated analysis then   your  claim to be a roulette professional  is suspect .
Your claim to have thousands of strategies that win is BS .  Newbies shoud stay clear of those who make such oiutrageous claims .
« Last Edit: June 16, 2019, 11:08:13 PM by scepticus »
 

MickyP

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #7 on: June 17, 2019, 12:13:15 AM »
I have no reason to doubt the word of Greek. I confirm that winning in roulette is easy. Septic condemns all who claim success with the game yet he claims that he is a consistent winner....Hahaha! The lego blocks may show a small profit now and then relative to the chip value but will not produce consistent winnings.
I'd like to see Septic provide proof of his claims.
 

Greek

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #8 on: June 17, 2019, 02:59:22 AM »
Greek
Anyone who has played roulette for any length of time will know the position of any number off by heart . 

It's Dozen  -  AND it's Column  - AND it's Street -  AND it's Colour  - et. etc. etc.

If you need to use such complicated analysis then   your  claim to be a roulette professional  is suspect .
Your claim to have thousands of strategies that win is BS .  Newbies shoud stay clear of those who make such oiutrageous claims .

Narrow mindedness, one only knows what they are capable of knowing. Therefore, players are only limited to what information they retain. A closed mind is a stagnant mind.
 

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #9 on: June 17, 2019, 04:09:39 AM »

Absolutely, what I presented here is called Sum Factors. You can actually create hundreds of strategies with the
147
258
369

For example, if you wanted to track 12 numbers using the sum principle you can track 123 factors.
01, 02, 03, 10, 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 (street bets)
You can create any combination 12 numbers, like

124, 356, 789
125, 346, 789
126, 345, 789
127, 345, 689 etc.
There are 280 combinations that can be tracked. Welcome to my world.

Ok Greek I see.
But what is the reason this kind of analysys and grouping numbers is better? Is It because it allows a different way of placing chips? Or because it exploits specific "inner patterns" produced by the number sequenze?
 

Greek

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #10 on: June 17, 2019, 04:19:48 AM »
 
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Greek

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #11 on: June 17, 2019, 04:23:06 AM »
Treat the sum as finales. I know there are players here who use ending numbers. Now you can use the same with sums. I don't need to present a strategy for these numbers. Someone else can.
 
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Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #12 on: June 17, 2019, 06:04:03 AM »
Greek,  wich side of the table you do exercise your professional roulette play?  Because ,for a side where l do , your words do not make much sense. ... Roulette pro player would not be interested in knowing lines , dousens or columns specifically for purpose of tracking.... and for betting , we already know where they are.
 Besides. .. you just spoke about strategy for a "pro that becomes lazy " and now all this memorization woodoo. 
 
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Greek

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #13 on: June 17, 2019, 06:29:31 AM »
That's why I can tell you are not a Pro. A roulette professional will take advantage of any strategy which presents itself, even if it means playing, dozens, columns, streets, or lesser unknown strategies, nothing wrong with using any strategy. As Bruce Lee once said, "Be like water."

Also, a person with a lazy mind will try to figure out the easiest way to accomplish a task, exerting minimum energy, making that person into a creative person, on rare occasions, even a genius.

My premium strategy is always the primary focus. However, if I see red numbers running, it is not beneath me to play red until it misses. Pay attention to what's going on and pounce on the opportunity. One can only do so by memorizing the arsenal of strategies in their "tool box".

It's unfortunate for you that you do not know the meaning of a roulette professional. By having that kind of mentality, no roulette professional will ever help you.
 
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scepticus

Re: Kimo Li Root Factor System
« Reply #14 on: June 17, 2019, 09:26:18 AM »
Well said MrPerfect  !     I think Greek is talking   BS . Any REAL player knows the position of any number  !  Only the gullible would think otherwise . And , as you know, I have offered  to prove my " Skill" in a REAL live casino - not by words in a forum . Is  Greek ?
« Last Edit: June 17, 2019, 09:41:08 AM by scepticus »
 
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