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Roulette I found something about Roulette-Simulator that won't please TurboGenius

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by Bago, Apr 11, 2018.

  1. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Active Member Founding Member

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    Gizmo,


    You made your point and I respect it without any reservations.However, once I have made my bet selection there is absolutely no guess work involved.

    N.D.
     
  2. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Now that is interesting. I'll bet you have some witticism that is appropriately significant and exposes why you would just say that.
     
  3. Nathan Detroit

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    It was how straight forward you were in your post and my way of looking at both sides of an opinion.


    N.D.
     
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  4. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    This: "once I have made my bet selection there is absolutely no guess work involved."

    Now that can be broken down into many meanings or inferences. The one that works for me is that I can live with a losing guess. I'm not killed off by a sequence of death. I just guess and am prepared to live with the consequences. I suspect that I may have not have figured out how you make a selection and then am willing to see how it pays off or not. One thing comes to mind though. You could be hunting hottest numbers.
     
  5. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Active Member Founding Member

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    Once the bet selection has been made the Money management system takes charge. MM components like 3 losses in a row, loss limit of 25% of the required bankroll for one session, win goal 20 %, never replay any net winnings. schedule to win 2 out of 3 sessions .

    W- W No 3rd session

    W-L 3rd session

    L-W 3rd session


    L-L BO 3rd session .



    N.D>
     
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  6. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    Bago,

    I'm a little behind in this thread.

    Are you saying the simulator game has a bug because it hit the same number 9 times in a row? If so, then yes, that's a big red flag that there's probably a glitch in the simulator game.
     
  7. TurboGenius

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    Wow.

    Win in the casino and tell people - you're bragging and a liar. "ego problems"
    Post on forums to help people - you're misleading.
    Win on a game site/rng and you're not playing "for real".

    What a bunch of insane idiots.
    Jump thought hoops to please a idiot ? Not for me, thanks.
    You are free to keep being angry losers as long as you want, and make every
    excuse in the book as to why I WIN.
    (Still not 1 casino visit where I didn't leave in profit)
    Oh wait, ego - bragging, lying, misleading, no proof, not enough spins.
    Sad how you choose to accept and learn by acting like children.
     
  8. TurboGenius

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    Doesn't read thread and then makes stupid comment.

    Typical
     
  9. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    I'm not sure as to why you feel it was a stupid comment, perhaps you can elaborate?
     
  10. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    It's simple - read the thread.
    The RNG was/is fine. The tool that keeps track of stats was wrong.
    Bago said the RNG was rigged, it wasn't - we argued about it.
    ND backs up Bago - new people on my ignore list...
    That's the whole 6 pages, enjoy. I saved you some reading time.
     
  11. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    Thanks for the update.

    By the way, last week I witnessed FOUR in a row of a number on a live wheel.
    The most I've ever seen if five in a row, but the four in a row was cool because I hit them.
     
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  12. gizmotron

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    N.D. You are absolutely right. You know how to live with the losses.
     
  13. Bago

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    Turbo wants you to believe he is a long term winner playing a mysterious HolyGrail on RNG funmoney because it is exactly the same as playing a real wheel with realistic table limits while at the same time writing on RF:

    "As far as a competition goes, I have to agree with Steve now that I tried it out -
    R Sim. site's table limits are certainly exploitable.
    "If I had only known that before lol".
    A person could bet 1.00 on every 2:1 bet and remove the winners, double the losing bets and keep going until they all won and then start over.
    You'd only have a problem if the initial 3k got burned through quickly, but other than that you could surely use a bot or manually to keep a chart going north [​IMG]
    I actually played using my system and other ones that work - which in reality I guess doesn't mean much because someone could just do what I said above and make it (eventually) to the top like Steve said.
    Parx is much better - regardless of log-in bonus (that doesn't count towards the leader board....) it would still be a even competition where both players
    would have the exact same advantage and disadvantage - there's no "reset"
    or ways to cheat and the table limits are at least more accurate as well.
    But anyway - a competition is probably useless, it wouldn't convince anyone against what I'm saying that I'm right. I've already shown my Parx and R.Sim results
    so if anyone could do that - good for them (is exactly what I'd say)."

    So the idiot gets angry easily if you explain he is not playing the real game and then have to agree with the evidence which is anyone can make a climbing curve, hence proving to himself he is the real idiot in all this story.

    To sum up, I went there https://roulette-simulator.info/en/roulette-analysis and checked the statistics for the single numbers and the even chances streaks. It showed a max repeat of 9 in a row for a single number. I fell off my chair and spit my glass of wine (it was a good one, fuck you Turbo), and checked also the even chances, it was around 20-25 which is what is expected over a 3,3 million spins sample. At this point anyone with a brain can only declare this RNG as bogus with such stats.
    So at first anyone with logic cannot think of a bug since the tracker tool is correct for the even chances but not for the singles?. I still don't understand, but the admin of the website rearranged the list of the outcomes and it shows now a max repeat of 4 in a row, which matches the statistics I exposed with a 34 million spins sample on RX: 5 max repeat. I found over the Internet an article stating in 1959 in Puerto Rico a number repeating 6 times in a row. This record has never been beaten, but we have a belgian dumbass called "Sharp" along with TurboGenius the clown who are claiming it was not a proof that the RNG had a problem!. I showed them the STD of this sequence but no, it can happen over a 3 million spins sample, and they proclaimed themselves as maths/probabilities expert! HAHA.

    By the way, there is another problem with the graph of the even chances, when you additionate you are not finding the whole total of spins, you are even finding a superior amount of occurences excluding Zero of the series!. But there is no problem for Turbo the idiot it works fine!. All is fixed! LOL :D
     
  14. Sharptracker

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    "it can happen over a 3 million spins sample"

    It could happen in only 9 spins, but you're too silly to realize it.

    "This record has never been beaten"

    What are you trying to say? After 6 in a row of 0, 0 lost totally its chance to come out and it is now 0/37?... what a jackass...
     
  15. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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    Bago,

    You make some great points.
     
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  16. Sharptracker

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    You two seem to be confused with your bias experience... You are shocked because you see same number occurs but whatever the Sd is, a mean is just a mean... nothing avoid that it could happen right now, on your x spins 's sample. And theorically whatever the serie (same numbers of spins) is, it has the same probability to occur... Or in other words you directly admit that the ball has a memory or that suddenly a number is no more 1/37!

    What about 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9 ? or 9/8/7/6/5/4/3/2/1 ? There s no repeat? what's the record? did you focus on it yet? Coz everything looks impossible on 9 spins if we focus on it, WHATEVER THE SD IS.
     
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  17. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    A number hitting nine times in a row is quite impressive. It wreaks of possible bias.

    In my lifetime I've seen a number hit five times in a row twice. I've tracked and played millions of spins.
     
  18. Sharptracker

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    If Mark Twain was here he would say "Roulette didn't know it was impossible, that's why it will make it"
     
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  19. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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    But I'm here, and I know more about the gaming device than Mark Twain. ;)
     
  20. Sharptracker

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    So we have to admit here in public than after 5 or 6 in a row of a number, ball realizes that it's time to become serious and to hit another number!
     

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