Discussion in 'TurboGenius's Forum' started by TurboGenius, Jan 22, 2020.
I'll demonstrate this is part 2 - no time machine or powers needed.
Not the case here.
Run off as many spins as you'd like (10,000 ?)
Note the number that appeared the most.
Divide the total number of spins by the amount of times it appeared.
It will never equal the math expected value.
Just like my chart up there - it will always be below this value.
The only question left then is how to know what this hot number is ? That's for part 2.
I just ran 10,000 spins
#27 appeared 299 times
1 : 33.4 better than the payout of 1 : 35 and better than the math expected 1 : 38
As I said in another post - if you continue to do this (20,000 spins etc...) even the hottest
number can't produce enough wins to overcome the payout edge the casino has.
But there's also nothing stopping the player from starting a new session, and surely
no one is going to play thousands of spins at once anyway.
His sessions are based on the principle that one of the first occuring numbers will repeat.
I've demonstrated that it does not bring a profit at spin 9. You tell me "but he is playing only the first number", it does not change anything, just imagine 8 players betting their first number appearing, one of them will win at spin 9 while the others will lose and the result of all the combined bankroll would be ZERO NADA.
player 1: -8
player 2: -7
player 3: -6
player 4: -5
player 5: -4
player 6: -3
player 7: -2
player 8: +35
Your stats are false since after 10 000 spins all numbers won't have their expected hit rate of 1/37 whereas noone needs to launch a million spins to know it is their probability of hitting. Deviations in statistical datas are making your brain smoking.
With your logic, we should deduce a number is truly biased if it shows a 1/30 hit rate after 5000 spins on an RNG.
Not at all, the player isn't staying on the same number for all 5,000 spins.
Changing the number being played is what keeps it acceptable
I demonstrated how just playing ONLY the first number to appear in a session resulted in 16 wins over 77 sessions (708 spins)
Every 4.18 sessions resulted in a winning outcome.
The average session was 9.19 spins.
How the Average Remains Less Than 1:38. ?
Not that I want to wait for someone to tell me how to do it.
I want to understand it.
I want to learn this.
how to do it
.... And ...
I have not the slightest idea where to start.
Some TEST ... Crazy Thing
progression 1-3-9 units
How did you use the progression?
On a loss go to 3, 9, 27 etc?
it FAILed ... no good.
Please, continue when you can. let's see where we arrived .....
That would work Damn good with those columns of part 3 ... just saying
This is another thread that hasn't been explored or expanded upon enough. Shank, and others looking for handouts, this is a good one. NOT to copy, but to learn from, to build upon.
TG has always looked at the game in an extremely unique way, this is an example of something very simple that can be used as a basis for multiple approaches.
are all these tests of this system?
@TurboGenius if you could check your email. I know you get plenty.
Mathbeatsmath is what to look for
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