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Roulette Thank you Turbo & mr j

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by mr j, Jul 2, 2018.

  1. mr j

    mr j Well-Known Member

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    Why the fuck he gets first billing is beyond me? rofl, only joking. This is new over at RF. On a normal day, thanks. but this is a tough one for several reasons, not sure where to start.

    In no order ..... I give out little information lately. By design? Yes and I suppose thats on me. I know many posters say this but my "masterpiece" on repeaters (hot) will never be released. I put too much time into it. Selfish? I dont fuckin know.

    RouletteGhost made a couple comments that I do agree with. Not trying to make waves with others but hey, I agree with the guy. Steve has his usual smart ass SALES proud remarks, oh well. Turbo deserves some huge thx, I get that & I agree with it. All in all, I really should not be thanked.

    I do today what I have ALWAYS been against. Giving out clues. That makes be a hypocrite. I'm jaded these days, more private and guarded. I am *VERY* good at explaining to others what NOT to do with roulette or casino etiquette. Most of this I talk about at R30. But if people wont listen to me, I am wasting my time, again. I know much more about this game vs. what I post.

    They dont see I am trying to HELP. Even the Birthday Paradox, they think its all a lie (lol).

    So again thanks but I can do MUCH better and perhaps in the near future I will.

    Ken
     
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  2. mr j

    mr j Well-Known Member

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    ME not BE (lol)
     
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  3. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Ken, I know the proclivities of hot number occurrences including common distributions for those hottest numbers and what they typically act like. I know the common intervals for the best hot numbers and the wild swings of sequences of death that the very hottest numbers will commonly display. But I never went after the super duper white hot explosions of very short lived hot numbers. I believe you are right to go after them too. Just by getting me to focus on them you have given me your secret. I showed people the incredible opportunities in what I call the global effect. I did this more than 12 years ago. It's not a big deal. If people ignore it I don't really care. But I do get a kick out of it.

    Ken already gave you the secret. You just have to figure out how to exploit it. I'd Like to thank you and not Turbo.
     
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    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    "That makes be a hypocrite"

     
  5. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    No way, I'm just the opening act who gets the crowd warmed up before the main act comes on. lol

    You've thanked me plenty already. In lots of posts you either hate me or giving me praise, I never know at any moment which it is. But you've thanked me enough, I was kind of hoping someone else would get some thanks too.
    So thanks.
     
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  6. mr j

    mr j Well-Known Member

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    I am really curious how many threads TURBO has his name in the title, at ALL boards for the last 17 years? (lol)

    I would really like to know.

    Ken
     
  7. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Turbo tweaks so easy.

    Try not to be a Narcissist. There is no way you can pull that one off.

    You know what they say bud? "It takes one to know one." I'm just tweaking you.
     
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  8. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Dear Lord no. lol
    65,900 mentions or posts according to Bing. Dear Lord that guy never shuts up !
    Google shows
    Narcissist ? Me ? pfffffff :)


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  9. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Oh, just for the record - I'm never mentioned as a "expert" when it comes to
    posts where people say "All the experts agree".
    I wonder what you have to do to be a expert ?
    Strange. I'd call me a expert..... but yeah. Whatever. I don't care lol
     
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  10. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    That clears me///
     
  11. mr j

    mr j Well-Known Member

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    Turbo's Place....vlsroulette (lol, nice)
     
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    mr j Well-Known Member

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    I have wondered the same. Where are these guys? (lol) Did they not register yet?
     
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    You as a bird !!
     
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  14. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    I will tell you exactly.

    To get a lot of snow time I dropped out and became a ski bum for two years. So during that respite from higher enterprises, I tortured and brought into submission Kirkwood Meadows ski resort. There was this really dangerous ski face called "Wagon Wheel." It does not have Double Black Diamonds as a sign of warning. It has Doubled Cross and Bones as a warning "Experts Only." To be a ski bum I had to work the lift lines. They had me on the Wagon Wheel chair one day and somebody posted on a chalkboard at the chair for passing on messages to others "What is an Expert? So I wrote, "An Expert is a has been, a drip."

    One day 104 inches of very dry bottomless powder covers the upper mountain. I had the day off because the roads were blocked for avalanche danger. The mountain was for us residents of Kirkwood Meadows. I went skiing of course and low and behold the Wagon Wheel chair was running. Only nobody was skiing it. I went for it. I had spent at least 10 years getting ready for this moment. I skied a 45 to 50 degree face in 104 inches deep bottomless powder all day by myself. On that day I was far beyond what people call an expert. The ski patrol wouldn't even ski it.

    So expert is relative. You, Turbo, have tried every possible mechanical system ever conceived. We all know this. You are the expert of systems.
     
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    When you claim that Blaise Pascal has beaten Roulette by playing the last two 6 line bet with a progression, then you cannot objectively be ranged as an expert but rather like a brainless clown. For a newbie OK but when this person is supposed to have studied the game for like 20 years, it is very sad to see such dumb affirmation. What will be the next HolyGrail for TurboGenius? A modified Martingale based on your birthday number. And then the guy is crying that noone is taking him seriously.
    Also I see you are still mad I made you lose 400K at Parx, I understand it does not add up with your HG story but the truth always comes to light, just cool down, it's not so dramatic to be exposed as a liar virtually, noone knows you for real.
     
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    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Does noone rhyme with loon?

    Did Turbo come up with a progression that beats the "law of thirds?" I have no idea. I mean I really tried to understand it. If you have a large enough range of limitations of the minimum and maximum bets allowed just about anything can beat the bullshit. You just have to know what bull crap is.
     
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    After the table patterns, Turbo playing another HolyGrail "Double Cross" system he pissed us off with several times, but it is not him, another of his countless fans. I must warn you that it is indeed the HolyGrail but you have to go to the church every sunday wearing a gold medallion representing Jesus on his cross and recite the Bible everyday. Yes it is a lot of work but did you sincerily believe that the HolyGrail would be effortless?.

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    Well, it started with 1,2,4,8,16 then it became more aggressive 1,5,25. And recently he wrote that only 1,2 is enough now. I believe the biggest secret of Turbo's HolyGrail is it changes all the time with no fixed rules so that the Roulette Wheel is so lost that TG cannot encounter a losing session. If your system is fixed then the Roulette will understand your system and make you lose. If your system is morphing, the losing streak will never arrive. Thanks God Turbo, you have enlighten me, I was so blind.
     
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    Bago is my biggest fan :)
     
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    Imagine having a stick so far up your ass like Bago. He stinks of Caleb to.
     

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