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Roulette Elegant patterns

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by Winner, Aug 11, 2022.

  1. Winner

    Winner Active Member

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    What is the most elegant pattern players have seen in the years of playing roulette on even chance ?
     
  2. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Got a computer? Do you know how to program it, even a simple spreadsheet?

    Run thousands of spins:
    Look for any EC lasting 20 spins or more on one side, "strong side."
    Look for any repeating pattern such as singles only.
    Look for a very large number of consecutive spins of singles on the weak side.

    Knowing how to attack very big is just as important. You will win the very next spin every time that a single on the weak side occurs. That's if you bet on the strong side for one spin that is. Knowing what to do in the case of a perfect reoccurring pattern is just as important as seeing it. In almost all cases I ride it until it dies and accept the eventual loss. If you are flat betting at the highest level that you can afford then after one win everything is safe. Everything taken is profit after that one win.
     
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  3. baccarou

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    I saw this one a while ago...

    B
    R
    B
    R
    R
    R
    B
    B

    followed by...

    B
    R
    B
    R
    R
    R
    B
    B

    followed by...

    B
    R
    B
    R
    R
    R
    B
    B

    followed by...

    B
    R
    B
    R
    R
    R
    B
    B

    32 spins comprising of 4 x 8 spin identical groupings. I do see similar to this in Baccarat pretty often, only in smaller groupings 5/6 hands and spread out more over the shoe but it's unmistakable when you see it and something to take advantage of.
     
  4. Winner

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    I work with spread sheet .
    I’ll check my chart with what you mentioned thanks
    And what would be a elegant repeating pattern that one would look for ?
     
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    I know, imagine walking in and taking those first 8 spins and deciding to bet the opposite. After the second lot of 8 spins, you could be forgiven for thinking it's not going to happen again......or again on the next 8 spins.
    You would be walking out of the casino shaking your head in disbelief. I have never seen anything like that before.
     
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  7. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Really nice reoccurring patterns happen all the time. It's what you are bold enough to do with them that counts the most. I just love the mathBoyz that have said from the get go 17 years ago and on. You can't expect to wait forever and use that to beat Roulette. They have always criticized it. This is the very best part. They have never seen it. They won't go looking for them. They are never prepared to deal with it if they were to see it. And most important of all, they advise everyone to avoid it. Got to keep their opinions safe you know. If anything like this were to be true it would blow up their egos. They pull out their calculators and hide behind fringe statistics and long odds. It protects them and allows them to keep drum beating their cult of statistical absolutism. They use magical math to explain what they can't see or do. It's the most telling of all the assumptions that they protect. They think that naming it "Elegant Patterns" was pretentious and that it is their duty to protect the gullible. Only I named it that way to trigger them. I've been playing the mathNazis and mathZombies for decades. Anyone can trigger the mathBoyz. Just go overboard on suggesting a name for a characteristic of coincidence. Singles on the weak side triggers them. They must have mathematical proof that you can exploit singles on the weak side, that's if you can even identify them.
     

  8. Nathan Detroit

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    Not any different than the 2 or 3 coup system by an author 110 years ago .
     
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    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    My first one started me on the journey to Reading Randomness.

    The same 12 numbers went on a perfect pattern for about 35 minutes. It went Hit, Hit, Not Hit for around 20 spins in a row. I was already familiar with these 12 numbers and was able to see the pattern formation without a chart. So I went bold. I bet the 12 numbers straight up and then let the winnings ride. I pulled off the bet during the Not-Win phase of the pattern. Then I went right back with letting it ride during the Hit until I maxed out the table max limits for inside bets. I lost $1,200 when the sequence broke. But I won that day. I won big. It caused a huge crowd to form. The dealer knew me and said they had never seen me bet that way before.

    It takes balls. Here is a game that you can play. Take any word from a 'Star Wars' quote and change it for "balls."
     
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    Is the author still dead? Does a steak taste better smoked or charcoal BBQed? Does a bear shit in the woods if he read a gambling book that has never changed the world of gambling?

    I want to know. I can't wait to hear about all this.
     
  11. Winner

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    Thats a good One !!
     
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    ''Luke, I am your balls''

    I don't know, it doesn't quite have the same ring to it!
     
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    LOL. May the Balls be with you.

    It works some times.
     
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    statistics do not produce winnings .
     

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    Why?
     
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    In fact things like this are very hard to take advantage of because you only see it when it's done. You don't know its happening when it's happening so how would you take advantage of it. If I saw it repeat twice I would assume it's over and if I saw it repeat three times I would super assume that it's over. Everything looks great in hindsight.
     
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    These are not the Balls you're looking for.
     
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    LOL, tell it Nike.
     
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    I'm sorry, but this is just plain silly!
     

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  20. gizmotron

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    It is. I can see a monumental hole in what is possible and you can only see silly. I have done it 5 times over the past 29 years, that's not including two other times where a global effect lasted for four days, both times. You think I'm stupid and I know you have your head in a figurative toilette telling everyone how wonderful and white porcelain is. And you rave at how wonderful those brown things and that smell is just what everyone would want for Christmas. I know you can't help yourself. But that never stops you from insulting me. You are the "silly" person in a fake world where you see yourself as the one that holds all the secrets. You are blind calling me silly. You will never learn why that is. That is the saddest part of all of this. You will never know. So please stop trying to pick a fight with me. I don't like you and never have. You know this. Most people here think you are a joke. Try to get over your importance.
     
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