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Roulette A simple question for Sir Anyone

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by TurboGenius, Apr 8, 2018.

  1. Bago

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    bozadj, get your facts right, I am not spending my precious time on this forum, it's been months I have not made a single post because I don't feel confortable being surrounded by sociopaths like you.
    You talk about Roulette Simulator, TG if he had the HolyGrail, would be up 5 Millions by now, to be in a position unreachable by some lucky players like you say. Sadly he must be around 550K and demonstrates that he cannot do better than a lucky punter, because he does not have the HolyGrail, that's it. Again, how do you explain he made 400K in no time, and now playing very slowly (as if he was worried about his progression busting :)), logically he tried his luck like all the others by resetting his balance at the beginning, and now he is counting on the players above him to play more and bust to take the first seat lol.

    I can't take you seriously bozadj, for example when you say a number cannot go further 3,5 STD, of course it can and easily, even TurboGenius who has not seen a lot of spins in his life would give you the contradiction. Again, at the moment you decide to bet on your hot numbers, all of them could turn cold at the same time, there is nothing that prevent this to happen, so long term test will blow your bankroll, as a lot of people playing roulette you are being fooled by short term tests that give you the conviction an event cannot happen, but it will eventually, and you will bust. If you have the edge, necessary for long term profit, you don't have to use a progression. Talking about having an edge and at the same time using a progression is an oxymoron. Sorry bozadj, you have a lot to learn, believe me I have been at your level like 15 years ago.
     
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  2. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Ahh, I was wondering who everyone was talking to - LOL.

    For the record - and to brag and piss that guy off who I have on "ignore".
    [​IMG]

    231 sessions from Jan 14th to present.
    Losing sessions ? Zero
    Winning sessions ? 231 (had to put that in because the guy on "ignore" isn't too bright.
    $2,644.00 average per session that won (ALL of them)
    He's in 10th, dropping out of the top 10 soon as people pass him, I'm headed for first just like
    I said I would when I started.
    4th is great for me - when I look at the 2nd place (1 session - look at the bets LOL)
    and 3rd - who basically made his wins on 2 sessions, the rest are drops on the chart... hmm
    Not too worried that "my" chart looks exactly as I said - climbing, no losing sessions at all -
    heading for #1.
    It must frustrate that guy lol.
    But that was just to set the record straight and show (once again) who's telling the facts and
    who's angry and upset with his own lies.
     
  3. bozadj

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    oh man... it looks like you really enjoy this...

    If you were a billionaire "like 15 years ago" then fine lol.
     
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  4. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    You're not going to answer the question ?
    It's math. I know you can do it - then we can continue on with the next question (related).
    Or are you going to keep doing this ?
     
  5. bozadj

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    Let me help them. The correct answer is 3. lol
     
  6. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    It's pretty close to 3 - I was hoping Sir Anyone would post the right answer though.
    I'm starting to think that won't happen though, he doesn't want to have to admit that
    "random" might be predictable - maybe it's too much too soon. lol
     
  7. bozadj

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    (1 - 1/n)^n = e^-1 maybe this would help you :)
     
  8. bozadj

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    more like 0.37 than 0.33, but it's ok :)
     
  9. bozadj

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    why would anyone say random is not predictable? in 111 spins you're quite sure there'll be 4s, 5s, 6s and usually 7s, maybe even 9s and 10s lol. I didn't say numbers don't hit above 3.5std, it's just rare. Try this (maybe): Wait for a number to hit above 3.5std (not in first 24 spins), and then bet against it for 24 spins. If it hits, double bets and try another 37 spins. If it hits, double it again. Oh, dear fallacy and negative progressions. lol
     
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  10. bozadj

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    ^ no zero roulette, you wouldn't earn a penny if there's zero lol
     
  11. Bago

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    I am not playing your stupid game idiot TG, I said you were at around 550k which is quite accurate, you are talking about 231 sessions not lost from January how long! where the important thing is the number of spins played, which is very few around 10,000 spins I bet played with an up progression, you are impressing noone Doofy, players betting randomly are above you, only 4th with the HolyGrail, what a pity, don't get mad, you are a loser and will always be. Even your min interval strategy performed better flat bet after 300,000 spins, your memory is deficient, that's a pattern in your family.
     
  12. Spider

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    Hi Turbo, will you ask the second question anyway? I’m sure I’m not alone in wanting to know what it is. Cheers.
     
  13. TurboGenius

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    I really wanted a reply from either of those two - but they aren't going to I guess.
    The second question was going to be - when the "lead" horse was close to the finish line,
    and the other horses were where they are (and on average this is specific places on the track) -
    would they bet on the lead horse to win the race. (In this race you can bet on any horse to win
    at any time during the race - even right at the end when the potential winner is almost crossing
    the finish line ((isn't that amazing ?)))
    To answer this as yes - they would have to say that the lead horse had a better chance to win
    the race than the other two, since we know where the 2nd and 3rd place horses will finish typically
    when the winner crosses the finish line.
    It's a nice way that random is predictable and can be used in roulette in exactly the same way -
    but not if you don't understand what random is.
    To those guys - all 3 horses will cross at the same time, or none of them will win, or whatever
    they believe. Random acts in a predictable way over time (like the 60's video) - but they seem
    to just want to make jokes and ignore reasoning and facts.
     
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  14. TurboGenius

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    Oh to the guy I have on ignore - and the bias wheel guy who doesn't understand random -
    Just wrapped up another session - guess what ?

    [​IMG]

    A freaky thing happened - a number hit 5 times that had shown 4 times, a number hit
    4 times that had shown 3 times, a number hit 3 times that had shown 2 times...
    I didn't win on the best possible numbers because I can't predict anything with 100%
    accuracy, all I needed was to win on a few of them.
    It's the same thing I've always said but to them, it's a joke.
    To them - random isn't beatable with a system/method, it's all "misleading" and it's all
    magic and voodoo.
    All they had to do was read what I already posted and do a tiny bit of thinking.
    (too much work I guess - rigged - not enough spins - toy wheel)
    Shame, their loss. Only 8k from 3rd place now, slow and steady - never a losing session -
    constant and predictable results from "random". It's all nonsense though, I know.....
    explain it away with whatever helps you sleep at night.
     
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    My godness, there is absolutely no comparison between a leading horse in a race which is about to cross the finish line and the highest STD deviation number in a roulette session.

    The horse which is at 1 meter from the crossing line has like 99% chance to be the winner of the race, but the Highest STD deviation number has NO ADVANTAGE to be the next winning number compared to the Second Highest STD deviation number!. Take your pills Turbo, it is an emergency!
     
  16. gizmotron2

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    OK, so I tried another way with the hot number trick. I built this really cool practice tool where you can change the single hot number to bet on, the amount bet on a single number, the number of spins it will run in the next sequence between tests. It was something I worked on for Ken's hot number example.

    So I went with 37 spins for the sequence. $5 for the start of a progression. I could step up when I wanted to, after each 37 spin sequence, based on the amount won or lost so far. The software would track the total number of spins per session too. All I had to do was search for and pick the best hot number for each 37 spins.

    I ran 20 sessions. I won every one. I picked when to increase the bets at steps $5, $10, and $20. I never went beyond $20. Sometimes I would hold at a level. I stayed with the progression until I had the win. Typical was about $500+ at under 200 spins. Some wins were well over $2000. Some wins took 400 spins. Most session won $500+ by 150 spins where I was quitting. As soon as a 37 spin cycle went over $500 I quit.

    It's interesting. My own method depends on my expertise at riding very small wins with 24 numbers at $5 chips each. I'm satisfied with a quick session at three net wins, $180. I do that a few times and I've gotten what I want from it. I never used a progression with hot numbers before. This looks like it works. Hot numbers are not total dead ends. They feed you as you go even if they are not the very hottest number. It would be difficult to have a perfect death sequence. You would have to hit every number cooling off after it was already hottest. You don't stick with the same number. You jump around if you get a cool spot.

    My app goes 37 spins without a chance to switch numbers and yet I still won every time. I could cut it down to 25 spins and give myself better choices too.

    Turbo is probably right and I know Ken is. So am I for that matter. It doesn't really matter what others say anymore. This can be tested for and proven. One thing I know. The hottest numbers average 20 spins between hits. So 20 to 30 pins is a good interval for checking while 36 spins is a good step for progression steps. I know to pick the progression step points in each session unequally by how the guesses are going, in other words by the effectiveness. You shouldn't make a rule or trigger for that.

    Is that enough bullshit for everyone? I'm confirming Turbo without knowing exactly what he is doing.
     
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  17. TurboGenius

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    I can only "like" that post once, shame - it deserves more than 1.
     
  18. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

    Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone Well-Known Member Lineage to Founders

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    Yep, that's how my free play chart looks too. I don't even have to play. All I have to do is log in and I get more and more free play money. LoL!!!

    Wow lOOk at the slot winners! Their slot systems must be based on your system toO because they're crushing it!
     
  19. gizmotron2

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    This is cool, I know a few that worked on this in the school with me are watching. This time it worked. It's just one number at a time. I gave up on hot numbers 20 years back.
     
  20. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

    Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone Well-Known Member Lineage to Founders

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    Fyi...my business partners favorite way to harrass me now is to look at the readerboard when there's a lot of repeats and say, "Wow, look at that! Turbo would be crushing it!"

    Roflol, thanks for that!
     

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