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Roulette Reading Randomness

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by gizmotron, Jul 20, 2019.

  1. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Look at charts below. You read it as columns looking down where X's represent hits and blank spots represent not hits. The practice software fills in the charts for you. It allows you to switch to graphs. It tracks results and writes it out for each bet / spin.
     
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  2. Ttake1234

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    Thanks gizma
    I will post more session, i will also try combo bet when more perfect opportunity for two or more EC
     
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    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    I suggest that you learn by practicing. You will gain experience and the knowledge of what tends to be common. You need that much in order to do this. It's a skill.

    At first you will be lucky enough just to break even. But as you gain experience you will find that you do better than expected. This is what others have shared so far. Getting three net wins per session and winning 4 to 5 sessions to each lost session equates to a 2 to 1 win to loss average, better than 66% in a game that is expected to be 50% at best.
     
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    Everyone is looking for simple system and trying to win all the time without fail. You must add these 7 rules to your system and play. Then you will never lost. For more information pls visit
     
  5. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Magical thinking BS. It works some of the time. It even works for some people for a while, like all magical BS. Don't get caught up buying into this if you happen to be in a phase of it working. If this were power tested, as I have done for baloney festivals such as this over the decades, it would be demonstrated how it fails. This is just more clickbait and more than likely just a system seller. Thanks for nothing.
     
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    Two more session
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    Session 3 and 4
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    Session 5
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    Another 5 session
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    Gizmotron, you have been active on this forum a lot, do you make a lot of money by playing the roulette?
     
  11. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    No. I make a little on purpose. I travel and live in an RV. When I was young, about the time that I discovered my own money from working for it, I also discovered that I fell in love with adventure. My first adventure was what they now call extreme skiing. Back then we called it ski mountaineering. I would climb mountains just to ski off of them. So I figured I better learn about not getting killed climbing mountains. So when I told people I climb mountains that they would tell me I'm crazy.

    So I stopped telling people the crazy things that gave me enjoyment. That made me much happier. It turned out that I was not going to become an electrical engineer. I liked doing carpentry. The awesome thing about being a framer is that you work for 8 hours and then you forget about it. You do that 5 days a week and then you are free on weekends. I took those weekends and escaped to the High Sierras in the hot summers. I figured out early in life that if you want adventures in life that you had to do that while you had a body that can do it. So I did. I made enough money from a skill that I could take anywhere in the country. The way that works is that you are in a job that's purpose is to put yourself out of work. That was good too. Carpenters, even really good ones, are always looking for work. So it's natural for someone to come looking for work, anywhere in the country. It's not like you suck and somebody fired your ass for being a fuck up. You just came to the end and needed a new job.

    I was building the so called American Dream for others. Back then it was all perceived as home ownership. I knew I could have one of those at a discount. I also knew that most people aimed their entire lives at a comfortable retirement in a house that is paid for. They would have kids that would support them when they would grow old. It was a plan. And in that retirement they would enjoy themselves in their golden years.

    That was all backwards to me. You had to have your golden years while you could still move with agility. So I set out to master as many extreme adventure sports as I could afford. I was the only one. Everyone I knew was chasing the American dream. The all got married, had children, went to parent teacher conferences, and had lawns to mow. It was a kind of prison to me. Doing what is expected of you was not in my game plan. This led me to know early that living my life for the acceptance of strangers that I don't even know was a mistake. The idea that I needed to succeed in life by acquiring things that would impress others was a trap. I liked what I was doing already. My adventures could not be taken from me.

    So I discovered that money was in and of itself a trap. Seeking it to gain acceptance was a trap. The Bible says that the love of money is the root of many evils. So that kind of mimics what I was discovering. I just needed it to keep going. I did not need it to trap me. That was my philosophy. I had a skill that was transferable on demand. I could get it when I needed it. When I took on a new adventure skill I would go get it. I was not trapped by a mortgage. I did not have to work the best years of my life away stuck in an endless job chasing a fictitious dream that I had imposed on myself. I did not owe anything to children that I had brought into the world. I just set out to enjoy life.

    So to answer your question, "do you make a lot of money by playing the roulette," my answer is no. Why do I need to make a lot of money? It is not in my game plan. I can go get money from Roulette any time that I need it. It's a transferable skill that I can take anywhere in the country. I just need a bankroll and a place to sleep, shower, and feed myself. That's all easy to get in an RV. I'm not stuck to a place with a lawn to mow, pets to feed, and a mortgage to chase. I can travel to the places where my brothers and sisters are located, where they are stuck paying their mortgages, chasing their perceptions of a dream.

    I take a small amount, enough to pay for the gas. That and my Social Security income is all that I need. I paid into it and now it pays me. I'm too old and feeble to do any golden years stuff I would have planned to do married to a mortgage, children's expectations as they misperceive life themselves, and to waste any life left in me had I chased the so called America Dream. That's other people's mistakes. By having such a realistic, small expectation, for what to take from Roulette, it is easy to achieve my goals at a casino. Maybe this is why I'm so happy with it. Maybe it's impossible to achieve and that the mathZombies are right all along. Maybe you can't beat the game. But if you set your goal very low it's possible to get what you need from it within the framework or "headroom" of simple wave variances that are so common as "ups & downs" in every session that you play.

    Sorry for the long answer. Are you asking me if it is worth it to do all this work, to gain all this skill perhaps? It was worth it to me to be a carpenter, an amature computer programmer, and a person that figured out how randomness can be exploited on a Roulette table. I just decided to share it. I did it this way because I know how hard it is to learn and figure out. I did this for the challenge. I don't have the body I once had. So I needed to find a way to do a challenge with the body that I have now. I can live out my extreme challenges in others. I set out to challenge others. I'm checking to see if I can help others figure out what I had to figure out on my own. There was only one other person in all this, Spike. And he was not telling anything. We both just knew that it works. I kept my secrets and he kept his. But now you can know everything. You just have to do the work. Experience is the only teacher.
     
  12. gizmotron

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    I added up your score, if I added correctly. You are at net +57. You never scored a net 7 loss in any single session.

    I'd say you are doing very good. Better than me in fact. Nice going.
     
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    Hi gizma
    This all sessions are played on online casinos,there are few sessions which i lost a couple or more unit as i was not able to placed by bets down on time as dealer was spinning the ball quick and of network issue were my bets were returned back without winning

    In real casino i haven't tried this fully except couple of game on Red / black and H and L

    ,i play sector game based on kimo li , if the ball is moving side way i play both side of last sector and if the ball is moving to opposite sector from the last number i play opposite of last number and neighbour game
     
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    Another 6 session
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    Session 11
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    17 session was 7 unit loss
    18 session was 3 unit plus ( easy session)
    19. Session was 4 unit loss ( long session)
    It is better to go for virtual bet after two back to back loss
     
  17. gizmotron

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    The importance of sticking to your stop-win & stop-loss session tactics.

    I read this on another gambling forum. It explains things well.

     
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    Good post ,nice food for thought, thanks for sharing. Cheers
     
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    Another 7 session
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