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Roulette A roulette challenge for SPIKE

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by soxfan, Jul 11, 2022.

  1. soxfan

    soxfan Well-Known Member

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    I posed the baccarats challenge to the limey so he could prove his baccarats prowess and back up his claim. Of course, the boy harumph, and bluster then put his tail between his leg and slink away from the challenge. So, I thought I would pose a similar roulettes challenge to the even-bob/spike. For challenge purpose I'll accumulate real roulettes outs-come from the Weisbaden online and also from the live roulettes game offer online by the evolution gamings. I figure 300 real wager should tell the tale. I won't ask that the cat capture 88% nor even the 72% he claim back in the gambling-glen day. I'll just require that he capture 66% winner buckin up against 300 real cake wager and we'll do it here on the forum. Now I figure capturing a paltry 66% strike rate should be child-plays for the spike, and if he can do it then I'll crown him the world's NUMER ONE ALL TIMES BEST ROULETTES PLAYER IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE. I'll also sweeten the deal by pony up 1000$ usd if he can manage to pass the test. And figure even in this era of Biden-flation the cat can purchase a few tin of sardine at the local Walmart there in the Flint Michigan, hey hey!
     
  2. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    People aren't monkeys that are here for your entertainment.

    Also, why wouldn't a third party control the spins ?
    Seems odd to make a challenge when you can control who wins.

    Why not make a RSim challenge instead ?
    No one controls the spins, results are random. Cheating has been eliminated as an option thanks to me. You can have the account name for the challenge so resets or losing sessions are public.
    Seems more fair but no one would perform and jump through hoops for you, maybe up the prize and then...maybe.
    Just my opinion.
     
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  3. hotjohnnn

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    There is another way he can do that just send the spins to 5-10 members and they can validate it.
     
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    No way this will happen ever because we all know this perecentage winning rate is a fairy tale.
     
  5. SPIKE

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    Ya know? The hubris of some people is mind-blowing..
     
  6. gizmotron

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    I should be able to validate RR with my 3 / 7 rigid strategy. So far the most sessions I ever lost was 4 in a row, once. Still I was able to get above 66% return. Example: 14 net wins flat betting against each 7 net bets lost. This is mathematically impossible according to everyone. It's a great challenge. I like TG's idea of R-Sim. I don't know how to set up the sim so that an other person controls the resets and can't delete the results themselves. I suppose I could take screen shots. I don't know how to start a new account. It's time to embarrass the math community. I'm currently on slow down, so this could take a while.
     
  7. SPIKE

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    This is exactly why I never get involved in this kind of crap because it never ends. Back on GG I never talked about anything that I did and I was called every name in the book. So I come here and freely talk about a lot of what I do and I still get called names. I even post details about how I arrive at the decision to make a bet.

    https://www.gamblingforums.com/thre...e-ecs-even-chances.22969/page-132#post-147891

    No matter what I post nobody is ever going to be happy until I take them by the hand and lead them step by step by step by step through every single bit of the process and show them every single bit of everything I know and even then they won't be satisfied they will want me to go with them to the casino and hold their hand while they make the bets. This is why I never get involved in crap like this because it never fucking ends. They will always want more and more and more until they bleed you dry.
     
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  8. gizmotron

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    OK, It's been a long time since I played there. I played a rated game and saved it at R-Sim. I'll just keep playing games there to see if I can validate at least a 66% win to loss ratio in the aggregate. The name is Giz2. Stand or fall, all my bet selections are there to check out.
     
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  9. soxfan

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    Serious claim deserve to be subject to the serious scrutiny and claim the 88% strikes rate is a serious thing. The spike style is so absurdly subjective and make it up as you go along that ther's no way I could ever orchestrate result to put the kibosh on his style. My baccarats claim are much more modest and realistic but I'll happily subject my style to scrutiny any damn day of the week, with just a couple pre-condition, hey hey.
     
  10. SPIKE

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    Nobody cares, and I mean nobody. Hey hey jackass
     
  11. soxfan

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    Bbbwwwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaaah, the spike just like his limey compatriot, makin the scene with bulls-shits claim and talls-tale then put his tail between his legs and turn chicken when his bulls-shits get challenged. I'm shocked, shocked, I say, hey hey!!!!
     
  12. SPIKE

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    Nobody takes you seriously, you are a hey hey jackass. Find one person on this forum who doesn't think you're a jackass. You can't do it, hey hey
     
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    Ah yes, turbo-"genuis" the cat what once claim that the joint in the Atlantic City was gonna pay him serious cake to stay outta their joint, cuz, suposedly his roulettes play was too strong for em. Bbbbwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, these bulls-shitter just can't help them-selves I tell ya, hey hey!!!!
     
  14. SPIKE

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    Where do you live that they pay people in cake. A bakery? You are a nut job
     

  15. TurboGenius

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    Well... he was invited here by the Compulsive Liar Junket King, then they pretend to hate each other to get attention.
    https://www.gamblingforums.com/threads/junket-king-vs-soxfan.24003/

    I guess the "birds of a feather" thing is accurate.
    Oh well, so much for the infamous "ROULETTES CHALLENGES" !
    Back to whatever I was doing.

    PS Hell yeah, pay me in cake !
     
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    Control is done super easy and I did not one time... It Pitty that till now no one "forum winner " demonstrated in reality what he claims.

    The procedure is simple I do a video where I predict in real-time, then send that video to the challenger.
    The video is coded and he can't see the video.
    Then we do the challenge, I write numbers that fall, or demonstrate a video with cut edges of spins and the challenger tries to predict.
    When all is done I sent the code, and he opens the video to see that nothing was changed... very simple :)
     
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  17. gizmotron

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    soxfan: "My baccarats claim are much more modest and realistic but I'll happily subject my style to scrutiny any damn day of the week, with just a couple pre-condition, hey hey."

    Couldn't soxfan just play red / black at R-Sim? But beyond that. Am I just wasting my time? The Reading Randomness thread shows other people reaching 66% win to loss outcomes, not a 66% guess correctly rate. It's also flat betting. This alone is not the way that Lungyeh plays. He attacks with a big bet when things look good to him. Anyway I'm using approximately $20 bets. I'm not using $5 values and $90 bets like the practice software is set up. So is R-Sim a fair test or not? I'm going to use no bets and around $20 per bet as the two stage method. If this thread must be all about soxfan and Spike then tell me now. I'm accepting the challenge, mainly because of TwoUp. The best way to deal with him is to watch him explain it. And soxfan, I don't care about your $1,000 offer. That was pretty classy by the way.
     
  18. Nathan Detroit

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    The name Carsch came up at the other forum . Carsch from G G ?
     
  19. baccarou

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    What's the point of a challenge on some simulator.
    It should be at either an online or real casino where you are putting your own money down and playing under conditions that can be challenging even for the very best players.

    Spike doesn't have 80% or 70 or 60 but I am pretty sure that if put to the test, he would likely fuck it up. My guess is that he hasn't gambled a cent for at least 10 years.
     
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  20. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    baccarou said: "What's the point of a challenge on some simulator."

    This simulator shows each bet and the amount for anyone to see it. It's recorded if it's a regulated game. There is no way to cheat. And regarding risk. I'm using it to validate Reading Randomness. I have more than 10,000 hours of live play at B&M casinos with money. I know all about emotions & greed issues. I would say that if I fail in front of everyone with all my bet selections and amounts clearly shown then more is at risk than money. If I'm right then the mathBoyz are wrong. If I fail then the mathBoyz are right. There is more than money on the line here. There is known mathematics on the line. All I have to do is produce a big enough sample for it to be validated. If I validate this then the math world will be forced to explain it with yet unknown mathematical logic. Let's just say that it's my expedition to Goldendale Oregon. This should take a while. At some point it will be enough data to make what is happening enough to question now existing long held beliefs.
     
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