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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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    You have not wasted my time. I have been at this for over 25 years. Single data stream gambling is boring to me and I would not wish to see a lame interpolation of RR passed off as representing.

    Here. Let me say this a better way. Pedro from Brazil came here on his own. Read this thread. Studied and practiced without any interaction from me. Showed that he could learn to use the practice software. Showed that he can relate to suggested forms of trends and patterns. And presented the first example of the Elegant Pattern occurring where he exploited it ever seen on the internet before.

    This is validation that I did a good enough job presenting Reading Randomness as a self taught instrument.

    I've been done with this for a long time. I don't want to watch people try to use it on single data stream games.

    Someone suggested that I go off and study my music. I am. I know that it was just some more sarcasm.

    I'm so glad that Pedro came along at this time. That was completely out of the blue.

    I'm also glad that this thread has more supporting examples of success than it has examples of failure.

    Pedro's expression on how he proceeded at the first was the best description I have read to date.

    It's the one thing that I could never express experientially or in retrospect. I spent more than 28 years researching this topic. Every incarnation toward pattern and trend recognition has come from thousands of hours of actual B & M live play. I had to figure all of it out on my own after sifting through other player's playing advice and my own discoveries.

    To say that I know it all would be grandiose and lamely self serving. I know enough to have completed this instructional thread. It still stands on its own. I'm no longer useful beyond this point. Others will take this over and influence the gambling community and the math's world of statistical inferences. It's up to them to explain that the house's Edge is just a construct and a brainwashing for people that like to live in chains. It's the most well used con job that the world has to order. It's another example of a kind of soft bigotry of low expectations. Only in this case it is called entertainment.
     
  2. Pedro

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    This is a world of lies. "It's always 50% chance" is one of the most important ones.

    It's also a joke of a world. Imagine if, because of gambling, the world is forced to have a scientific paradigm shift. That would be funny. Here we have proof that they lied to us in school even about math.

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    W | B  R | O  E | L  H | 0  6 | P | S |  --  SN  --  SP
    nb|    X | X    | X    | X    | X |   |  --  01  --  03
    nb| X    |    X | X    | X    |   | X |  --  02  --  10
    nb|    X | X    | X    | X    | X |   |  --  03  --  01
    nb| X    |    X |    X |    X |   | X |  --  04  --  22
    nb| X    |    X | X    |    X | X |   |  --  05  --  06
    nb| X    |    X | X    |    X |   | X |  --  06  --  08
    nb|    X | X    | X    | X    | X |   |  --  07  --  01
    nb| X    |    X | X    | X    | X |   |  --  08  --  02
    nb| X    | X    | X    | X    |   | X |  --  09  --  13
    nb| X    |    X |    X |    X |   | X |  --  10  --  22
    X | X    |    X | X    | X    |   | X |  --  11  --  10 ( $ 90 ) Low
    And the Truth shall set you free.
     
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  3. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    The world already has Bayes’ Theorem:

    "Before introducing Bayesian inference, it is necessary to understand Bayes’ theorem. Bayes’ theorem is really cool. What makes it useful is that it allows us to use some knowledge or belief that we already have (commonly known as the prior) to help us calculate the probability of a related event. For example, if we want to find the probability of selling ice cream on a hot and sunny day, Bayes’ theorem gives us the tools to use prior knowledge about the likelihood of selling ice cream on any other type of day (rainy, windy, snowy etc.). We’ll talk more about this later so don’t worry if you don’t understand it just yet."

    Perhaps this will cause some kind of continuation theorem or some kind of inertia in continuation sampling inference studies. I already have a small control group experiment going on as a pseudo replicating research project. This thread has challenged people to keep track of all their trials and the look back and see if they can reach the common win to loss ratio of 4.66 to 1 where the 3 net wins are in comparison to 1 net losses at 7 per session. If a person reaches 4.66 or better on average then they are winning around 14 net won units for every 7 net lost units. In a large enough user experiment this would prove beyond a shadow of doubt that human pattern recognition combined with some kind of inertia in continuation awareness has the ability to cancel some forms of statistical assumptions. A 66% to 33% ratio is believed to be impossible in a 50% 50% negative expectation game. That belief could go out the door with the Flat Earth assumption.
     
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  4. Pedro

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    Ice cream on a hot day has a materialistic explanation. People are hot and crave cold treats.

    Singles on the weak side for 30 spins HAS to be a coincidence.

    A coincidence that happens every day is not a coincidence though.

    But it has no materialistic-mechanistic explanation.

    "tHe WhEeL hAs No MeMoRy!1!!"

    But reality might have a memory beyond what we can detect empirically.

    It's ok. The longer they insist that it is just a coincidence, the longer I have to make money with this.

    It might take decades, actually. It's not just a math problem. It's a physics problem.

    It's an existential problem.

    I have not failed to get 1 unit for days now. I try every once in a while.

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    W | B  R | O  E | L  H | 0  6 | P | S |  --  SN  --  SP
    nb|    X |    X |    X |    X |   |   |  --  01  --  34
    nb|    X |    X |    X | X    |   | X |  --  02  --  30
    nb|    X | X    |    X |    X |   |   |  --  03  --  19
    nb|    X |    X | X    |    X | X |   |  --  04  --  18
    nb|    X | X    | X    | X    |   |   |  --  05  --  09
    nb| X    |    X | X    | X    | X |   |  --  06  --  02
    nb| X    |    X |    X |    X |   | X |  --  07  --  22
    nb| X    | X    | X    |    X |   | X |  --  08  --  15
    nb|    X | X    |    X |    X |   | X |  --  09  --  21
    nb| X    | X    | X    | X    |   | X |  --  10  --  13
      | X    |    X | X    |    X | X |   |  --  11  --  06 ( $ -90 ) High
    X | X    |    X |    X | X    |   |   |  --  12  --  26 ( $ 0 ) Black
      |--------------------| X    | X | X |  --  13  --  37 ( $ -90 ) Low
    X | X    |    X | X    | X    | X |   |  --  14  --  02 ( $ 0 ) Low
    nb| X    | X    |    X | X    |   |   |  --  15  --  29  No Bet
    X | X    | X    | X    |    X |   | X |  --  16  --  15 ( $ 90 ) Odd
    "ThAt DoEsN't PrOvE aNyThInG!!1!"

    I know, that's the best part. You can't really prove it that easily. When you do prove it, you'll be rich by then. And if they concede, they'll have to admit a lot of things incompatible with current mainstream understanding of things. That would have ramifications elsewhere. So they might just let us delusional randomness-readers doing our thing in the shadows for a while. That works in our favor, actually. In fact, there may never be much of a critical mass of us anytime soon. This is not some mindless set of rules, you actually have to put an effort into it. Which is not most people's thing.
     
  5. gizmotron

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    That has to be a great day. It's clearly a bag of gold waiting to be picked up. Say you get 25 hits on the strong side and 5 on the weak side. That's net +20 times your hammer the casino price.

    In the old days I would see a sleeping dozen go more than 30 times in a row at least once per month.
     
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    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    I noticed that you are flat betting. Is that correct? I mean that you bet is $90 and your no bet or virtual bet is $0. Now you are going to piss off the mathZombies.
     
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    Yes, that is what I'm doing. Goal: 1 unit. Attack if I see a good trend. No bet if it's unclear to me. It takes very little effort. I always come out with a win. Drawdown really never goes too deep, have yet to experience 10 units drawdown.

    I'm doing this because I have the theory that the more you insist, the harder it gets. Either because the brain gets tired or because there really is a metaphysical equilibrium to how much you can win without some other consequences, and the coincidences just stop if you keep chasing them too much. You know, our DAILY bread. I know. Magical thinking.

    im-not-saying-its-magic-but-its-magic.jpg

    I have seen so many odd coincidences in my life that I'm really just personally convinced that there is more than it meets the eye. RR is the cherry on the cake.
     
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  8. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    I have always thought that going after one unit was the best idea. I need to fit 3 net wins with $90 to $100 just to make trips pay enough. But I love the idea of a net 1 unit session.
     
  9. Nathan Detroit

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    Mark , The $ 100 are 90 for the EC and 10 on the 0/00 ? Correct ?
     
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    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Nope.

    It works this way. I use $5 chips and 18 or 20 numbers.

    Back in the stone age I discovered that the zeros get real hot for a small stretch of say 20 to 30 spins. Then they go back to even at around one every 17 spins. They also cool off and go to sleep for 100 spins at a time.

    So I just take notice of what randomness is doing with the greens. It's very basic conditional awareness.

    If the greens are running hot I add a $5 chip to each grouping, no matter what group of the six I'm targeting. Three of the unique groups have the zeros in them. So if the greens are running cold I leave them out of the pet groups. In the pet groups the greens are only in one side of each group. So instead of 20 numbers bet it goes back to 18 numbers bet, if the greens are running cold.

    I've been doing that for years. I started out on finding the hottest three numbers more than 28 years ago. Ken is the master at this technique. Ask him. He knows that the zeros get hot or cold.
     
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  11. Nathan Detroit

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    Thanks for your reply .


    ND
     
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    A big winner, psychic, like gizmo only uses $5 chips????? Excuse me while I LMMFAOWROTF!!
     
  13. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    What planet have you been on lately?

    I would not give two cents for your rotten soul. It's probably worth less in the big scheme of things.

    People say Peace, God Bless You, Have a Nice Day, but you are just bitter. Nothing can be said.
     
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    If it were not for the zero or zeros then the math zonbies would have nothing to talk about.
     

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    The zeros have absolutely nothing to do with it. It's the FACT that you are paid less than true odds on winners and you PAY more than true odds on losses is why.
     
  16. Nathan Detroit

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    Frankly, we dont give a damn . Then stay home if that bothers you.
     
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    That jibs cat with his $ 86 bankroll, 1 dime, 1 nickel , four pennies abd 2 postage stamps want to talk big.
     
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    hahahahaha the guy is still thinking he can predict what will happen next... cognitive fallacies to the max in here
     
  19. Nathan Detroit

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    ^above the chart of ultimate wisdom of the know its all.
     
  20. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    and your sheep dip is on par with the course too. When you pretend to yourself that it's about prediction you show how you are just trying to pass yourself off as another neo-mathZombie.
     
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