Discussion in 'Gambling Software Forum' started by gizmotron, Sep 9, 2019.
Here is that software from the video:
What is this all about?
It's software left over from my second school. It's based on betting two dozens, two columns, or 24 to 26 numbers on the inside where I use a few personally made up groupings and sets. It has an "AI" button that turns on the bet selection brain inside of it. It's rudimentary as it only goes after singles or sleeping dozens from any of the tracked groups. I created it so that I did not have to answer endless questions on how I make bet selection decisions.
I don't play double dozens anymore. It's too volatile and digs big holes quickly. It also takes two wins to make up for one loss while flat betting. This software also increases and lowers bet values, and goes to virtual bets while searching for opportunities. You can turn Artificial Intelligence off and use it to practice your own skills too. I recommend learning reading randomness on EC's. That software is provided without AI.
I ran your double dozen tool and as expected it went in huge losses, even with AI and single zero option. Do you think Artificial Intelligence could bring in better betselection capabilities in a random game? Leave double dozens aside, show me this in any EC and I will play only that.
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