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Roulette More silliness from RouletteGhost & company

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by mr j, May 25, 2017.

  1. BETJACK

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  4. mr j

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    From Steve to RouletteGhost at RF >>

    "And this belief that you can win long term by playing short term sessions is bullshit"
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    I hate him but he is correct.
     
  5. gizmotron2

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    Having not checked out what is meant by the "short term" in the other thread, I wonder if my swing trading method and ending on the first satisfying upswing is also the short term. Randomness has upward small pulses even as it continually grinds away at your bankroll. I have found that if I stay out of the big steep declines that I can ride the small short termed upswings and hit my three-and-out. I hit my goal every time I play in practice. If I lose eight net flat bets down then I've lost that one. I have hundreds of practice sessions and I have never lost. So if it is the same, I am saying RG might have something. But if it is clearly different then it's not the same.
     
  6. RouletteGhost

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    anything and everything loses long term due to house edge
     
  7. gizmotron2

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    RG, do you know what candlesticks in a day trading chart are for? There are miniature upswings even in a bear market.
     
  8. mr j

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    Many short sessions equals one LONG session.

    Ken
     
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    yes i am involved with crypto currency and penny stocks

    im a man of many trades

    roulette/baccarat is lunch money
     
  10. gizmotron2

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    Actually it does not add up to make the full story. It does not participate in downward candlesticks. Those are needed to get the full house advantage. Entering at or near the bottom of a downward trend, and then only going with the uptick long enough to recover and end on three-and-out is not time oriented. It's situational oriented irregardless of the odds. You could do it with hot numbers too.
     
  11. RouletteGhost

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    fuckotron for christ sakes i agree with you

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    I know, I agree with you too. I just don't know exactly what everyone thinks "short term" means. I spent more than eleven years overlooking something right in front of me. I learned something that the odds shows, that happens all day long. I have never shared it with anyone and I never will. All I can say is that I use the most common situations in the common flow of Roulette spins. There is such a thing as typical.

    It's always that way on these forums too. Somebody claims they know a secret. Then they say they won't share it. Well I shared everything else but not this. It really doesn't matter anyway. I'm the one that perfected trend synchronization tactics. This just makes it much easier for me. Nobody gives a damn about my techniques anyway. So they should not actually care about my secret. So don't. Figure it out for yourself.
     
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    I know everyone will get ticked in some way. So here it is right in front of all of you:

    "wwwwwLwLwwwLwwwwLwLLwwwwwwwLLLwwLwwwwLwLLLLLwwwLwLwwwLwwwLwLLLwwLLwwLwwLLLLLwLwwww"

    That was from my AI sim, I didn't actually want to do any work to get this example.
     
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    Backpage closed down!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Good thing I saved all those phone numbers, I knew this day was coming.

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    @RG >> I guess your crying via PM worked. Fuckin baby.
     
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    I have literally no idea what you are talking about.
     
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    Where are those food pics BTW? I did like your food thread at RF, no lie!!

    Ken
     
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    From RF >> https://www.rouletteforum.cc/index.php?topic=16840.msg196077;topicseen#msg196077 <<

    This is EXACTLY my point. This thread was two years old and now back. We have Atlantis and RouletteGhost on both sides of the dates. The thread deals with playing the ECs. Two years ago and today. Neither poster has learned a fuckin thing, no advancement.

    Still STUCK with the same shit. Not moving up the ladder.

    Ken
     
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    I posted a pick of a biased wheel and that was Ghost's response. He was disappointed that all of the numbers weren't "UP" winners!
     
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    To the dumbass RouletteGhost who claims AP does not work, what used the Pelayos to earn millions, the Ritz Team, Kristian Kaisan who after playing is facing counter-measures by the Casino Direction? Because it WORKS fucking idiot, contrary to all of you playing the martingale on hot or cold numbers, we will never see you no-life entering a Casino and gambling real money, all you can do is show a chart on fun roulette website with free tokens given fucking idiots!.

     

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