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Roulette RE: Mathematical Averages by juneau

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by BETJACK, Oct 12, 2018.

  1. BETJACK

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    Mathematical Averages by juneau

    ....If the odds in a given situation are one-in-four that one will pick correctly; pay attention to the fact that the expectation of consecutive misses is 4 to support the one-in-four picks.....therefore, pay attention to the fact that all one has to do is view the target but not commit at that first miss, leaves us at 3 misses & 4 to X without pairing or picking correctly successively; but when we do subsequently pick correctly according to the odds we are left with a 25% advantage in the game.....I can prove it!

    .....there is of course the eternal variance.....however, what game are you playing & what is the percentage of the game do you actually have in play?....I can make a comparison here taken from actual certified by the casino spins: in 24/7 x 31 days: my biggest variance with 2.70% @ work was 5.7 hits off the math average.....I'm reminded of other story's about sleeper numbers going -10.0 & upwards to -20.0...now, the wheel rolls along at a calculable average rate: we can track it; chart it; predict the future based upon mathematical probability averages certain to occur. I am in fact in a long term exercise that returns an advantage of +25% on your money.....whats wrong with that? I am of course a flat bettor...

    ....Nobody wants to talk to me.....I do in fact have the true Holy Grail.....anybody?...

    .....do the math.....what is your expectation of consecutive losses in a one-in-four game to pick correctly your allotted once in four picks.....

    .....you are correct that the odds do not change from one spin to the next.......explain please how then one comes up with their entitled 1/4th or 25% of the action if the misses do not count: i.e. one X per three misses over all; and, where you show at least one miss, one will show an average of four misses: Do the math....if one can ignore the first miss one is still at 3 misses and 4 to X for one's mathematical entitlement but does so without pairing or picking correctly successively according to the odds; but when does subsequenty pick correctly according to the odds one is 25% in advantage over the game....prove me wrong.....

    ....very well.....we shall take this step by step.....that you will be agreeable ALL ALONG THE WAY is assured.....I will be offering irrefutable guarantees....stay tuned.....

    ....there's no martingale here.....I'm talking about predicting the future with mathematical probability ...... I notice that nobody has come up with an explanation: re my earlier post Thursday..... do your simulations, 1/4, what is the average number of misses showing
    between the last X & the next X ?.....and how would you deal with it: I've already explained how I deal with it...

    ....O.K. with the odds at one-in-four: in 104 picks, if one picks every time one will expect to show an average of 26 X's or correct picks & 78 0's or misses in those 104 picks......in a fair game where one is given +3 to one for every correct pick one would of course break even...i.e. 3 0's or misses for every X posted....people say they see no patterns......I see mathematical patterns galore...I see that with at least one miss between the last and next X an averages of four misses.....i.e.: X0000X...so, simply view but not commit at that first miss after the last X and one is left with: 000X..... one breaks even with the odds of 3 misses for every X.....however, you will subsequently "pair" or pick correctly according to the odds at your 17th +3...34th +3...51st...+3....etc....picks....keep counting...it goes on forever....i.e: 000X-even...000X-even...000X-even...000XX+3
    ....now, I,m picking my average: 000X, and then "pairing" according to the odds after my 4th X....eveything I've done is just to pick according to the odds:....right or wrong?....

    ....someone has asked what happens when my selection wins when I don't bet....say what: I always bet my selection.....let's try it this way: do your math i.e. you will find that it is calculable that in a 1/4 game your average consecutive misses is FOUR... LABEL YOUR MISSES READING LEFT TO RIGHT: A1, B2, C3, & D4.....PICK AT B2.....WHEN A1 shows you merely start over..... you are always picking at 1/4...


    ....dear sir: with my method of play the wheel itself tells me what numbers to bet....since only 8.9 different numbers will show in 10 spins of the wheel I can only win 24% of the time X four = 96%....not enough to break even.....however, my 4th pick at B2 = 120%, because my 4th pick has the calculable average of the necessary four consecutive misses preceding it...you only pick ONCE AFTER AN X...then wait for another one...i.e. it looks like this: X now pick once (0).....X now pick once (0).....X now pick once (0).....X now pick once....now there is your calculable +3 because we now have your necessary expected consecutive 4 losses in a 1/4th game......and your 4th pick now has to be on average an X....one thing about mathematical averages, they are extremely dependable....I can do +20% in roulette...I can get rid of the house 25% advantage in Keno in a one-in-four bet....I can do +16% when dealing with the hard ways or pairing the die in Craps....or how about "the big wheel", an exciting idea....no cards in this project....I don't know how much more I can explain this, you might try listing what I've said here in a vertical posting & it should become perfectly clear.....I pick 10 single consecutive times, one number at a time in roulette...( my 4th pick @ 24% = 120% because I have the necessary predictable 4 missed average just prior to my pick....Do the math: G/N at 25% is a four miss average consecutive misses supporting our pick, our pick coming in at five presumed attempts....(only four for us)

    ....well, I can see that nobody here can prove me wrong when I say that G/N (1/4) = a predictable consecutive average miss of 4!....if nobody here can understand that predictable is a beautiful word when dealing with games of chance.....I'm out of here.....adios.....
     

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