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Roulette More silliness from RouletteGhost & company

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

  1. Turner

    Turner Active Member

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    Well there you go....A professional video with about 200 cuts and edits, and its in a language i cant fuckin understand

    I'm totally convinced

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  2. Bago

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    Turner, yes this is a fake Casino with actors, he presents a fake ID and fake 500 euros bills at the cashier. Kaisan has also been banned by various Casinos but it was for their own promotion. Same for the Ritz, same for Basieux and the Pelayos, it was a setup to promote Casinos. Sacred Clown.
     
  3. Turner

    Turner Active Member

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    Not seen this one before but seen something similar.. again in German
    Never sure how old german things are. Everything that comes out of Germany looks like its from the 80's to me lol
     
  4. RouletteGhost

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    Wow. Would ya look at that

    AP works so well that its players are concerned what people think on internet gambling forums

    Makes total sense.


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  5. Bago

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    RouletteGhost, with what techniques the Ritz, Pelayos and Kaisan made millions from Roulette. AP or a martingale like you are used to play?. Thanks for your answer, if at the same time you can give me only an example of a player who broke the bank with a gambler's fallacy system, you tell me, good luck.
     
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  6. RouletteGhost

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    The most laughable is that we are supposed to believe a top notch AP player spends all of his forum time mocking ‘KFC’ and ‘GUT’

    Totally believable. Year after year. Same thing.


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  7. Bago

    Bago Active Member

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    You can make money from other people's labor.
     
  8. Steve Penny

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    If your looking for something you’ve never seen. Check out opposition faster win rates a new thread.
     
  9. mr j

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    From idiot MickyP/RouletteGhost at R30 >>

    "but what is fairly common is that when a zero hits it often repeats within the cycle so if a zero shows up, place one unit on it for every spin for the duration of the cycle".

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    Once again, the fuckin 0 is magical. Geeeeeeeeeez. I have no sympathy for these folks.

    Ken
     
  10. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Ken, Amazing. Any number can heat up or cool off. I wonder if this guy would jump off a bridge if someone said it would cause zeros to swarm. So just to get this right. This was the advice of RouletteGhost and he really believes it? No wonder you use him as a toilette.
     
  11. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    They now have three zero wheels for those simple minded players. NYNY now has some low limit wheels for them! Three times the opportunity for themz to win on themz zerOs!


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    "Winner winner chicken dinner!"
     
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  12. BETJACK

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  13. Sharptracker

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    To say that something is a winning thing, you must really at least answer yourself why does it work...

    If you ask a VB player why does he win, he'll say for example most of the time i can predict what half a the wheel will come out, so i don't play -2.7% anymore. And everyone can understand that you play 1/19 most of the time and that you're paid 35x

    But if you play any mathematic strategy, you couldn't find any solid reason to explain why does it work except that you're in advance on the mean(-2.7%), because everytime you place a chip, it is a chip placed at -2.7%.
    And we cannot say because i've notice that in randomness blablabla... The first two characteristics of randomn is that you can't tell how and when it will manifest.

    Then -2.7% players must realize that time is count, you're just negociate a limit where you ll have to pay the due.

    If you can face that problem, there s only two options left:

    1) Limit the number of spins played, and using losing progressions. Of course not every player will sucess, it will always be like a Gauss curve
    2) Trying to make maximum money on few spins also but using winning progressions and then stop to play if the goal is reached.

    But even those two options are not really worthless even if i prefer option 2, but in my point of view that's the two way to gamble "right" even if sword of Damocles will never be far away from you.
     
  14. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    2.7% or 5.4% does not predict candlestick motion in the real data track, the win/Loss graph. All you have to do is place money on the table and you will cause the graph to move. If you keep track of real time action then you can use reality as the motivator. In that way you can ignore the long term bearish expectation and seize on the brief moments of bullish activity. Of course anyone can ignore these indicators and chose to be agnostic to the point of mathematical scarcity.

    Candlesticks:
     
  15. BETJACK

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  16. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    Gizmo,

    A quick FYI...the house edge on the double zero wheel is 5.26% not 5.4% Not that it really matters as 5.4% is close enough.
     
  17. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    2 / 38 = 0.052632 OK, anal retentive.
     
  18. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    LOL...Sorry. Most people just think to double the single zero house edge, so I can see where you're coming from on it.
     
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  19. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    I did too. I wonder how many fantastic sims from my past studies could have been winners because of this obvious oversight?
     
  20. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    All of them! :)

    I get your point though.
     

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