Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by baccarou, Aug 3, 2023.
Thanks for doing the chart.
What degree of confidence are we apeaking here of, in percentage?
Meaning what amohnt of instaces, individual games till positive, resolve in + with two-hits only & within those predetermined amount of spins (20).
Also, relevant to the above, there surely is a way to decrese the intensity of exposition increase rate, opting for two parlays to resolve a game, aftera certain exposition threshold.
Eg. once you reach an exposition threshold by which about +90% games resolve, you may transition to two-parlays resolve-requirement. That way do not escalate too much.
I recall clearly, when testing an entirely different method, but using ETL (execute the last) exclusively -- a set of just about +30 consecutive dozen chops appearing once in about 4000 spins.
Here are the splits
set 1 (3-6, 9-12, 15-18, 2-5, 8-11, 14-17,)
set 2 (21-24, 27-30, 33-36, 20-23, 26-29, 32-35,)
set 3 (1-4, 7-10, 13-16, 19-22, 25-28, 31-34,)
Nice thread after a long time. Thanks baccarou and gizmotran.
Is there some advantage of choosing set 3(as it has equal number of reds and blacks- just to rule out imbalance on these colors)?
If I wanted to play for a parlay betting single dozens using my 20 step progression or even a 30 step progression, I don't bet spin by spin because there are different characteristics that I am looking for to try and bet at what I consider are the best moments.
When the dozens are coming out and they are chopping between different and same....
23 doz 2
11 doz 1 different
10 doz 1 same
12 doz 1 same
33 doz 3 different
14 doz 2 different
It takes more precise calculations to figure the above out and is more suitable to just capturing singles and not looking for parlays.
If it's running strongly on different which is more likely, I feel more comfortable betting in this environment looking for parlays.
11 doz 1
23 doz 2 different
33 doz 3 different
24 doz 2 different
10 doz 1 different
So the winning opportunities for parlays come in finite groupings of spins but you have to wait for those opportunities. It will roughly vary from 1-3 opportunities during these strong 'different' spells.
All my data is hand written consisting of 35 lines per page. There is not a page in 4 volumes of 200 sheets each where I would have lost using the 20 step progression as long as I wait for the strong 'different' sections. Some people may say well that's not enough research to tell if my parlay strategy will work long term. I would agree if my strategy just covered a few basic approaches, but it doesn't, it takes a lot of factors into account and will capture whatever is currently happening no matter what it is.
Nope. I just wanted an easy to remember group of sets to put split bets on.
I just built a practice app to go with this thread. I will include it in the downloads section for software downloads as soon as I can remember how to do that.
Here, in the software download section, is that charting program that supports this thread.
Just press the "R" button to generate RNG spins. You can enter spins from online wheels too.
Thanks very much Gizmo, that's appreciated!
Great work, good thread thanks for sharing.
I know this is a single doz and not meaning to hijack the content, but,…. but , but you can include columns in a nice slice”n”dice profit booster. I’m sure you are aware of that and it’s almost like it’s just begging you to take their money , then you are also incorporating the lazy plain as day EC sequences that go hand in glove .
Quite refreshing and I’m always astonished ( not really, I have a theory lol) how people can not make money from something so obvious .
Once again thanks bacc and gizmo. Cheers.
I guess I should not assume that everyone knows the | O | 3 | 6 | grouping and its three sets.
"0,1,2,9,10,13,14,25,26,27,28,35,36," is the 0's
"3,4,7,8,11,12,15,16,23,24,29,30," is the 3's
"5,6,17,18,19,20,21,22,31,32,33,34," is the 6's
... the | O | 3 | 6 | grouping is made up of spokes opposite each other on the American double zero wheel. It might actually be a pattern that Kimo Li used in his first book. I came up with it during my magical belief period. The zeros are the zeros and the three closest numbers on either side of them. The 6's are 90 degrees offset to the zeros on the wheel. The 3's are the gaps between the zeros and the 6's. There are four gaps.
There are no magical powers to using neighbors on the wheel.
I am spending today reading the STAR system to see if I can rejig it for the single dozens.
My electrical engineer on my world class recording studio stole information on a "star system" for grounding component rack mounted effects, the main mixing board, the largest Trident A-Range recording board in the entire world with more than 7,000 knobs, the monitors, and the lighting system from a recording room at Disney World in Florida.
That's a system where every ground wire attached to every mentioned piece of equipment was exactly the same length. This is done to prevent line attenuation caused by ground looping voltage potentials between components. Each rack mounted effect had an individual ground buss lift capacity to it also. I designed the studio using a feet and inches hand held calculator and a 1 megabyte Mac Plus Macintosh computer. My primary goal being to completely eliminate audio coupling from coloring the sound in the mixing suite. This was before the internet.
All that from you mentioning a star system. Good memories.
Wow, 89 pages....
So I jumped ahead in the starsystem pdf file. It's wrong in the Roulette section.
Smoke & mirrors ..
I know one thing! Reading STAR wasn't as easy as reading it all them years ago!
So I came up with something anyhow as a starter to compare with my 20 steps as posted above.
Like the original STAR, I have a pre-progression stage (if that actually means anything) and then the main progression stage.
The pre-progression stage is just looking for a straight parlay on a single dozen. In the progression stage, if you win your first bet, you take away the stake and keep that just in case you lose the second bet to complete your parlay attempt. What that does is to keep you at the same step.
You only jump up a step if you lose the very first bet on a step. Naturally completing the parlay and you are in profit at any stage.
1) .5 = 1.5 / 4.5. +4 / - .5
2) .5 = 1.5 / 4.5. +3.5 / -1
3) .5 = 1.5 / 4.5. +3 / - 1.5
4) .5 = 1.5 / 4.5. +2.5 / - 2
5) .5 = 1.5 / 4.5. +2 / - 2.5
6) .5 = 1.5 / 4.5. +1.5 / - 3
7) .5 = 1.5 / 4.5. +1 / - 3.5
8) .5 = 1.5 / 4.5. +.5 / - 4
1) bet 2 w6 (take off 2) = 4. bet 4 w12 you have won 12 in total from the 2 bets in this step (take away the -4 from the pre-progression stage = +8 in total winnings) Should you have lost the first bet in this step, you are now -6 and should you have won the first bet in this step but lost the second bet, you have your 2 units that you took back to try this step again.
I hope that makes sense. I will need to figure out an easy notation will write down all the 20 steps tomorrow. It doesn't really cost any more than my 20 step above (49 units) and gives you the chance to have a few more goes as well should you hit wlwl.
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