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Roulette The Turbo Thread

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by trellw24, Feb 2, 2019.

  1. trellw24

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    I wanted to make a thread dedicated to be able to learn more about TG's way of thinking and playing the game of roulette. I've become fascinated with his outlook on why there is predictability in randomness and how you can use that to win. Some of us on this forum are trying to learn a smarter way to approach the game, some of you don't believe what he claims and that's fine but for the ppl who want to learn, ask questions, and share ideas then this thread is for us
     
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  2. trellw24

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    There is a list of things that Turbo has taught over the years on the forums which I think helped my play a lot. And some ideas while I get logically... still have me scratching my head. Here is a small list

    1. The only way to win is bet a # when there is a better than 35 to 1 chance of it showing

    2. You have to focus on predicting current and future bets

    3. The only way to win is in the path of repeaters, numbers that show above average better than the payout in a cycle or multiple cycles to make up for the numbers that or sleep or performing below average.

    4. Looking at past results = useless info if it wasn't in your session since you started playing.

    5. On average in 37/38 spins there will be 12 numbers that don't show so there will 12 numbers that repeat to compensate. This one of the predictable patterns that can be used to have better than 35 to 1 accuracy.

    6. Both hot and cold numbers can instantly change states. Meaning hot #'s can stay that way, go cold, or perform at average and vice versa. The key to winning is bet numbers as they become hot.

    7. A number can't show twice without showing once, it can't show three times without showing twice etc.

    8. You can't lose a single unit by not betting on a number that doesn't show

    I'm sure there is more but these are the ones that stick the most.
     
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    Do you realize the onslaught of posts heading your way?

    Ken
     
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    :) !! I am Liking Your Post Very Much !! :)
     
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    one thing I'm not sure

    Our goal is to reach a new high bank in every cycle ...
    from 36 spins
    or
    when we try and fail.
    we continue the attack in the next cycle.
    ...and we attack to victory.
     
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  6. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    In 2 months time there will be 25 pages and 24 pages in total from the "I hate Turbo" club of misfits.
    Right now they are salivating and probably shaking with so much excitement that they can't even
    type on their keyboards.
    It's like asking for abuse ! lol
    Well, who knows - there's a needle in every haystack.
    PS/ Bago will now insist that trellw24 and I are the same person. I have a bet on that
    already. He already thinks Eddy is me, because we are both Ed. lol.

    Failure is NEVER an option.
     
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  7. trellw24

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    I have some questions for TG and others but I want to draw from a actual example to make things easier to understand.

    Here is a cycle of 38 spins(00 wheel)

    34-3-8-35-30-25-14-24-20-34*-5-25*-27-20*-21-21*-23-17-3*-33-32-7-27*-1-24-30*-11-
    22-21**-21***-5*-31-35*-36-19-35**-26-6

    In this cycle, 9 numbers repeated a total of 16 times someone correct me if I'm wrong.
    The numbers with a star next to them are repeats. 21 was the hottest with 4 total showings in 38 spins. Giving anyone betting it a huge advantage in that cycle. 35 being in second place with 3 total showings.


    34
    25
    20
    21
    3
    27
    30
    5
    35

    That's 9 numbers that compensated for the no shows. But 16 total repeats if you include the multiple showings such as #21 repeating 3 times and #35 repeating twice.

    Here are the No Shows

    2
    4
    9
    12
    13
    15
    16
    18
    28
    29
    0
    00

    A total of 12 no shows.. what a surprise lol.

    My question is since we KNOW FOR A FACT on average there WILL BE 12 no shows and 12 repeats how do we target the numbers that performed above average to have a better than 35 to 1 payout AND AT THE SAME TIME avoid the numbers that perform below average. Now we do have one piece of that puzzle already figured out, its pretty obvious. TG would say don't bet the numbers that don't appear and any number that has appeared is a potential repeater. And that is ABSOLUTELY TRUE. But where I'm confused is.. how do we target specific potential repeaters that are on their way to above average performance? For example #8 appeared on spin 3 we can now put #8 in the "potential repeaters" category. But unfortunately it never showed up again.. this is the case with most numbers that appear, they'll appear and then stay at expected value 1 in 38 = lose OR go cold for example 1 in 182 = lose real bad lol. On the other hand on spin 4 number #35 would of gave the player a nice profit with 2 total repeats. What I'm confused about is if we are at spin 4 looking at these numbers

    34-3-8-35

    What would be a good reason to avoid betting #8 at this point and what would make #35 special? Because if we look into the future at the end of the cycle we can see that betting #8 was a bad decision and betting #35 was very promising. The problem seems to be that potential repeaters is the way to go because of the very FACT there will be repeaters and a number can't repeat without showing once but this information alone isn't enough to overcome the horrible -2.7 and HORRIFIC -5.26 disadvantage built into the incorrect payout because there has to be a way to avoid betting on numbers that appear once then stay at average or even worse go into hibernation immediately lol. Now right off the back from my own studying of Turbos posts I know as his session plays out he will remove numbers and add numbers as they appear and this is probably where the answer is at least part of it.

    Sidenote, TG if you're reading this I know there is a conflict of interest by explaining step by step details so I get if you don't want to address these questions too directly I'm open to analogies and or metaphors or however you would like teach. And if anyone else would like to share and add your thoughts please do
     
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  8. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

    Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone Well-Known Member Lineage to Founders

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    [​IMG]

    I'm sure forumtards will be flocking in from everywhere to hear about the flat earth.
     
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  9. Nathan Detroit

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    At least delectus with his 18 pages knows what HE is doing without out insulting posters who disagree with him .


    That is class !








    ND
     
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  10. jekhb1976

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    @trellw24
    Please ignore all the clows from the sir no one and bago camp!
    Focus on the important stuff.
    I think it's a great idea that you have started a thread dedicated to Turbo and his way of thinking. He really deserves it, too bad, you can't remove the clows from here, so you have to read between the lines.
     
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  11. TurboGenius

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    Here are my results from your numbers :

    [​IMG]

    I had wins on #21 but missed the wins on #35 - that's how it works with predicting.
    Like I said in other posts, I can't get all of the top performers and don't need to.
    I'm usually on the 7 or 8 of the top 10 appearing numbers over time so
    it works out fine.
     
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  12. TurboGenius

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    It's easy to just put them on ignore - it keeps the thread clear and only relevant posts appear.
    Since they fail to EVER post something of use or relevant to the conversation - there's no loss,
    trust me.
     
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    and never lost $1.00 because I bet on them and they never appeared.
    They aren't potential hot numbers that could produce a profit, so there's no
    reason to. They could go hot in the future though, so worth noting them...
    there's just no value in betting them at this time.
     
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    What a fucking clown with his oxymorons. LOL.
     

  15. trellw24

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    So I know you don't bet ALL numbers that have appeared once you only bet a select few, but is there a reason why you bet certain numbers over others?
     
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  16. trellw24

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    You can't focus on your horseraces because of time.. yet you're here.... Again... Day after day.... Following someone you think is wrong and constantly replying to everything he posts. Your the clown dude. What a f***ing joke
     
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    yes.
    And that means I'm not right 100% of the time.
    Sadly there's no time machine like Sir Nobody jokes about. I only have info
    spin by spin as it's presented. BUT - that said.. I don't need to be on all of
    the top winners. I need to be on a few of them (in this little test just one of them).
    It's more than enough.
     
  18. Nathan Detroit

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    Best not to listen to those ORWELLIAN Nazis who prefer to read only posts in their favor while suppressing other opinions.


    ND , Believer in Freedom of Speech
     
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    You don't seem pleased that I make a fool of yourself and Turbo. He just revealed he bets on numbers that never appear and he does not lose. Must be using holograms or shooting the Casino staff to take back his chips LOL. You guys are funny clowns, silly but funny. And for your information, my horse races are finished today, I do what I want with my free time.
     
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    And contrary to Turbo, I can show my real cash because contrary to him, I have some LOL.

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