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Roulette 24 simples

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by ramitz101, Jun 12, 2023.

  1. ramitz101

    ramitz101 New Member

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    Hi

    I'm not good in math, can you help me please.

    If 24/37, it mean i have 64,8% to get a hit before 37 ?
     
  2. Daniel

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    Yes. You will win 35+1 chips 64,8% of the time. And you will lose 24 chips (1-64.8) about 35% of the time.

    This numbers will all change if you have the only thing you need to win: LUCK

    The important question is if you can win when the girls are watching :)
     
  3. ramitz101

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    Oh im sorry i have not been enough specific. I mean if i choose 1 random number and play it for 37 turn. I will have 64,8% chances ?
     
  4. Dylananiac

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    I am no MATHLETE . But I do know that 1-(36/37)^37 = 0.637148654.
    So 63.7% is closer to the probability.
     
  5. Gullywin

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    No, 24/37 does not mean you have a 64.8% chance of getting a hit before 37. It means that if you roll a die 37 times, you would expect to get a 24 on 6.48% of those rolls.

    The probability of getting a hit on any given roll is 1/6, or 16.67%. So, if you roll a die 37 times, you would expect to get a hit on 6.48 of those rolls.

    However, it is important to remember that probability is not guaranteed. It is possible to roll a die 37 times and not get a single hit.

    If you are looking to increase your chances of getting a hit, you can try using a strategy called "martingale." This strategy involves doubling your bet after each loss. This can be a risky strategy, but it can also be very rewarding if you are lucky.

    Here is an example of how martingale works:

    • You start with a bet of $1.
    • If you lose, you double your bet to $2.
    • If you win, you return to your original bet of $1.
    If you continue to follow this strategy, you will eventually win a bet and recoup all of your losses. However, it is important to remember that this is not guaranteed. It is possible to lose all of your money if you are unlucky.

    If you are not comfortable with the risk of martingale, you can try using a more conservative strategy. This could involve betting a fixed amount each time or betting on a lower probability outcome.

    No matter what strategy you choose, it is important to remember that gambling is a form of entertainment. It is not a way to make money.
     
  6. Dylananiac

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    "I, at any rate, am concinced that (God) does not throw dice" (Albert Einstein).

    What is the probability that all six sides come if you roll a die six times?
    5/6X4/6X3/6X2/6X1/6 = 0.0154320987. I stumbled upon this result. We cannot help noticing the order of the numbers.
    But does it mean a thing? NO! We are not supersticious. We should be aware that we tend to see patterns which do not mean anything
    at the roulette table. EACH AND EVERY SPIN IS INDEPENDENT FROM EVERY OTHER SPIN IN THE WHOLE WIDE UNIVERSE.
    If you don´t believe it, you are a victim of what is callled "GAMBLER´S FALLACY".

    No matter how many times you have seen Red or Black in a row, the chances have not changed.
    Sooner or later you´ll lose all your money with Martingale.
     
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  7. ramitz101

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    We know in a 37 spins cycle, 24 numbers will drop and 12 numbers will repeat. So if i choose 1 random number at the beginining, i will have 64.8 % chances it's in that 24 numbers and i get a hit before 37.

    I already tried to play that and it doesnt work (without martingale). Because even if you will have 64.8% chances to have a hit but the profit will be [1 to 35] but when you loose 35% of the time, it will cost 36...
     
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  8. gizmotron

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    Is that this randomly selected number might hit in the first 10 spins yielding a far greater result than as if it hits in the last 10 spins of a 37 spin cycle. That changes the win to loss percentage a lot.
     
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    Yet this independence has no capability of predicting when a win streak will start, how long it will last, and when it will end, no matter how math oriented statistics suggests that it does predict these things. In the span of a Roulette gambling session the long termed averages have almost no value. They only represent a kind of altitude where flying a plane into a mountain still represents a kind of inherent danger.
     
  10. Dylananiac

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    Please don´t LOOSE your seat belt.
    To ramitz 101: No, you don´t LOOSE. You LOSE. But I know that it is a common spelling error.
    I am still no MATHLETE. I repeat: "But I do know that 1-(36/37)^37 = 0.637. So 63.7% is closer to the probability".
     
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  11. daveylibra

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    "We know in 37 spins, 24 numbers will drop and 12 will repeat."

    ...not really, this is just an average. In real time, the result could vary wildly.
     

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