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Roulette The trot?

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by mr j, Aug 24, 2017.

  1. mr j

    mr j Well-Known Member

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    Can someone from RF please explain what the trot is? (lol) I need a good laugh, kinda upset after not hitting Powerball.

    Ken
     
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    The trot. LOL!

    The "fart" would probably be more accurate.
     
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    If I didn't create it - it's worthless. :)
    I didn't create it
     
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    From what I'd briefly read in the past its just looking for and playing the bias in hit/unhit according to what we'd expect to see in a cycle.
     
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    Trot in French is the whore...
     
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    Oh, fits perfectly for RF.

    I sure hope Kav does not see me using the quote feature!

    Ken
     
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    Now roulette is starting to make sense. lol
     
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    I am French and you are saying complete bullshit, it does not mean that at all. You must be confounding with "le trottoir" which means sidewalk, place where prostitutes wait for customers.
     
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    I know most of you just mean it as a joke, but maybe somebody is actually interested.

    In his Great Universal Theory of Roulette, Winkel called the sequence of hit roulette numbers the "trot" and means how they "run" or in fact how they get hit.

    He labeled them not yet hit (unhit), one time hit, more than one time hit, two times hit, ...
    Using the binomial distribution you can calculate for each spin how many number should get hit. Its the average. When sou play a session you can compare your actual results with what should happen on average. This way you can judge if your trot is faster, slower or according to the expectation according to the binominal distribution.
    Turbo, even if he does not recognize it, uses the trot to identify numbers that start to hit above average.
     
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    That would be past spins, and means nothing to future spins so I doubt it's too close to what I do.
    I don't look for some appealing string of numbers that put something in my favor - It's only a value to
    identify hot numbers if you're playing them. Noticing how many hot or cold or average there are/were in past spins won't help one bit on future spins.
    The only thing that matters is current spin(s) where bets are placed.
     
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    I have a cool name for what I do, but I'm not going there yet :)
    Knowing what happens "on average" is a good tool, don't get me wrong - but it doesn't do much to
    predict future spins at a "better than average" rate which is needed for the player to win
     
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    You should call it....The Turbo Blade Runner !
     
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    Only rookie players feel the NEED to make lingo up >>

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