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Roulette balanced and deviation

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by Rheti, Apr 5, 2018.

  1. Rheti

    Rheti Member

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    Grabb's tool said for 15 spins:

    4 to 6 Balanced
    2 to 3 low and 7 to 8 high deviation 1
    0 to 1 low and 8 to 9 high deviation 2
    NA low and 10 11 high deviation 3

    My question:

    3-6-6 or 6-3-6 or 6-6-3 Balanced or Deviation 1 ?
    2-4-9 or 4-2-9 or 9-4-2 Deviation 1 or 2 ?
    2-2-11 or 11-2-2 or 2-11-2 deviation 2 or 3 ?

    Just curious
     
  2. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    It's simple. 2 to 7 Malarks divided by the full sum of the convoluted equivocation results in the full Malarkey. So there is no need to be curious.
     
  3. Turner

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    Im disappointed. I thought you knew your stuff.

    When dividing Malarks, one never uses convoluted equivocation, only resolute equivocation.
    You never divide by the full sum. You must hold some back for classifying "border-line" components.
     
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  4. mr j

    mr j Well-Known Member

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    I pride myself on being honest (insert joke if you must), WTF are you guys talking about? (lol)

    Ken
     
  5. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Ken, you know the Martingale progression. This is the Malarkey Sequence.
     
  6. Turner

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    technically, sequences (plural)
     
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    Thanks. I will do some reading up on it.

    Ken
     
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  8. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Yes, that's true, but the important thing is that it's full of Malarkey.
     
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    this i liked the most
     
  10. Turner

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    I so want that tee-shirt.
     
  11. BETJACK

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    i finaly found the wiki page :
    "
    Malarkey generally means "nonsense" or "rubbish". Its origin is most likely analogous to the general opinions concerning
    Saint Malachy's Prophecy of the Popes
    which most often was interpreted as nonsense.
     

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