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Roulette R-Sim - Giz2 - Reading Randomness Validation

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by gizmotron, Jul 13, 2022.

  1. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    You should know all about crack. That's where your head is up most of the time.
     
  2. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    It occurs to me that you can't see my live playing charts for my games. You could use your own hand written charts based on what I use when playing at R-Sim. Here below is a picture. I went after the double dozen combo bet of 16 numbers using the corner bets and a few extra half priced bets to hedge with. Here is the chart that I used to select the bet with:

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  3. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Here is that last bet where the number 18 won the session in one bet selection:

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    oops, the corner bets are splits, but it's still a double dozens / columns combo bet.
     
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  4. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Turbo like pictures and fortune telling. Look at these two pictures to see his game:

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  5. TurboGenius

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    That's not my account lol.

    Sad.
     
  6. David Gregory

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    Just out of curiosity, when you play these regulated 'rated' games, do you play them at your kitchen table for fake money also?
     
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    The idiot troll is getting hungry again, don't feed it.
     
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  8. David Gregory

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    Who asked you? Let him answer the question.
     
  9. Bombus

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    If he answers you I'm gonna slap him.
     
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  10. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    I'm just glad he did a whopping 9 spins more...

    I'm sold. I might see a 2x bankroll from him before I hit 90 years old.
     
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  11. David Gregory

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    Why? Are you in drag?
     
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  13. David Gregory

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    Hey Turbo, I would like your take on the 7 rounds I played on the rated game site under the name KingDavid

    https://roulette-simulator.info/en/commit-rated-game?search=KingDavid

    Of course you know I am a user of the loathed Marty progression. I have a pattern betting strategy and a recovery strategy if I bust the 6 step Marty. I have played 355 sessions to a win of 56,469.00. The 7 on this site are in addition to those. The results you see here are fairly typical except I very rarely have that much draw down. I keep the number of Marty steps within my bankroll. I believe I doubled my starting bankroll of 3,000.00 with these 7 sessions. If you take a peak at this and tell me it just a matter of time before I crash and burn, my only response to you is, how much more time? I am all ears, good or bad, and you will not get a negative response from me no matter your response.
     
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    my post was about previous session before that, but its all good. great win again - same virtual win ratio like previous one, it is something that can perhaps work, but the way how you placed red once with 50 bet that pattern definately doesnt work long term in based results i have seen from live dealers - same with 2 unit dozen and 1 another dozen. it simply keeps loosing quite comfortably, but that way is something new. good angle
     

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    Posts 83 and 84 0total miss fire . To be honest .



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  16. mansi19896

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    he needs your gun :)
     
  17. TurboGenius

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    It looks really dangerous unless there's some tracking maybe at the start and then start betting once "X" number of losses would have happened. I'm not sure if that would help but it might avoid some of the extreme progression needed.
    Like in the latest game going from 25 up to 1600 ? In a casino you would need to be able to bet 64 X your base bet amount.
    You might consider tracking all of the even money locations (and not just Red - Black) and betting the one that is the coldest
    of them all .. and then only starting once you've had 4 (?) virtual losing spins. It would be less dramatic I think but could still go to the end or max the table limits using that progression but it might be a rare enough event to not have it happen.
    Personally there's no way I would try this at a table - a $25.00 min table for outside bets and having to put $1,600.00 down and
    hoping for a win.
    The first game starting at $25 on spin 322 and then going 50,100,200,400,800,1600,1600,1600 etc to pull out could have just went 2 or 3 more spins and then digging out might have been impossible. Too risky without maybe a bet selection where maybe random is already being pushed to it's limits (they will say random doesn't have limits....but it does.)

    I would say keep going and see what happens - try some variations that don't need the Marty maybe ? It's a progression that
    work when it works but it can all be gone in a flash too. "When" that happens ? Who knows. From spin 1 is possible, making it a long
    time before it happens is possible too. It would just take testicles of steel to start with $25 and end up a few spins later putting down
    $1,600.00 every spin just to try to pull out with a small win. In that first game you can see the bankroll drop even with the win.....
    when you chart this "long term" you get a common "step ladder" chart that goes down, climbs and then drops, climbs and then drops, etc.
    Just my opinion. I would change the bet selection and leave that progression behind, it's killed too many people who relied on it to win.
     
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    Thanks for taking a peak and for your come-back response and suggestions. Just as I thought you would say because it's true. Way to dangerous to play like that and I usually don't. I was just playing really foolish to show Giz up. My starting unit since I began my strategy has always been 5.00. A total 6 step bust is only 320.00. That's reasonable enough to deal with.
     
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    I am going to call the Martingale the MartiGrail from now on. lol
     
  20. Naughty but nice

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    Sometimes that shaded face is showing on R-sim. Then other times there's Turbo impersonator's, just written TURBO, but it could be him.
    But when the face is showing it's more than likely the real thing. I did say in R-sim thread someone was on as Turbo Demonstrator.

    Now the last time I see old shaded face i copied the games.
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    What chair does he like? #12?
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    Another
    upload_2022-7-19_9-16-4.png

    So Riddler fans keep your eyes open he might just play public again. If he does I suggest you copy them.
    Put the spins in RX if you like; or play them spin by spin, to feel how the stream is evolving.
    See if top3 is better than top5 or top8
    Read reply 9 in advantage 3
    Turb's hope you don't mind showing if it's really you.
     

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