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Roulette Turbo vs Steve

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by theLaw, Jun 30, 2018.

  1. theLaw

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    Just had a post criticizing Steve for calling Turbo mentally ill disappear from RF.cc.

    Not sure why Steve has such a hard-on for Turbo, but I referred to it as Turbo-derangement syndrome, so perhaps that's what sent him over the edge.

    Maybe this whole fight is manufactured, I really don't know, but it's hurting what's left of Steve's rep on those boards by petty name-calling. It's his forum, and if he doesn't like Turbo, then he should just ban him or let it go.

    I don't have a dog in this fight, but much like reality tv, it's become tedious.

    Just my $.02. Cheers!:D
     
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  2. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Ha.
    Who knows. He's doing what he thinks is right.
    I was offered a mod spot by 2 different people in the past, I guess that would have been stripped
    away by now - like some "Fake Warrior" with my medals and ribbons ripped from my chest in disgrace lol.
    I have nothing against the guy, or General/Sir Anyone/Caleb/Snowman/(there's a few more).
    It is what it is. They see their way, I see mine. I even made it clear that "their" way works.
    It's probably a waste of time to keep going in circles - but then some people "do" get it, so it's worth it.
     
  3. Turner

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    I couldn't possibly comment;)
     
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  4. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Aren't we all just a little mentally ill anyway ?
     
  5. theLaw

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    This is why it appears to be manufactured.

    What is he afraid of? Where is all of this anger coming from?

    Pattern Breaker is currently sitting at 231 pages, and he doesn't seem to care about that "misinformation".

    Top 9 most viewed threads on the main board:

    1. Pattern Breaker (JL)
    2. Consistent Winning Bet from Flatino
    3. Code 4 (JL)
    4. Matrix Vertical 5 (JL)
    5. Pattern 4 (JL)
    6. Ideas on Table Layout Betting from Warrior
    7. Matrix Vertical Method (JL)
    8. Common Sense Betting from CommonSense1968
    9. @Turbo.........started by Steve!!!

    And you're the problem?o_O
     
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  6. RouletteGhost

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    One thing I have learned: a coordinated effort to slander one single person is typically due to personal reasons. Like the mainstream media and trump

    An ulterior motive. Of everything out there they attack a man that never pushed anything on anyone and doesn’t even disclose what he does on roulette? Maybe his message that winning is possible using math is a threat to computers and “AP” so they slander it. Like trump is a threat to the status quo so they slander him.

    Steve and general go after turbo and what do I have to say?

    [​IMG]
     
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  7. theLaw

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    @RouletteGhost

    But here's the part that I don't understand:

    I've been on the boards for years, and never seen members look to Steve for superior Roulette knowledge, but instead, just see him as the owner of the forum who sells a system which remains a mystery because of his NDAs. Very similar to other owners of Gaming forums.

    So is Steve really making significant money selling his system to the point that TG's ideas would be a threat?

    Seems like you nailed it with the personal idea, as Steve's actions appear to be irrational.
     
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  8. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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    Turbo's system is full of absurdities. It's amusing to point out the logic flaws. That's why he's being picked on.

    1. The system doesn't rely on past numbers.
    2. When playing the system, he bets on hot numbers AFTER they hit.

    After a number has hit, isn't it a past number? This is just one example of the oxymoron like claims.


    1. In the random game there are 38 pockets. The probability of winning on a single number consequently is 1/38
    2. In the long run, the expectation is that each number will hit at a frequency that is 1/38.
    3. Turbo claims that he relies on the game to be random in order to win.

    Again, just another example of the absurdity.

    Nobody picks on the pattern breaker because the people that post on it are mentally challenged to begin with, so why bother? It's like arguing with the flat earth idiots.
     
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  9. theLaw

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    Turbo has a system?
     
  10. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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    Well, it's not really quite a system. It's just betting on hot numbers and increasing your bets until you win.
     
  11. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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    Betting on hot numbers on an RNG is about like betting on wheel sections on an RNG.
     
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  12. theLaw

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    Sorry man, I'm going to have to put you on ignore. No time for riffraff.

    You post a claim of a "system", then use three qualifiers to say it's not a system.

    I know that some people like the drama of arguing for sport, but I'm just not into it. Cheers!
     
  13. mr j

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    Its very simple, a couple of you hit on it.......if there is method out there that works VERY WELL, then roulette computer device SALES "could" be hurt. Its as easy as that. Its called competition and take out your competition. If Ed's (or anyone) method(s) completely sucked, there would be no reason to say one negative word about it.

    Ken
     
  14. theLaw

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    Serious question Ken: any idea of how many of these computers Steve sells annually (guesstimate)?

    I must claim ignorance here as I don't even remember how much they cost.
     
  15. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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    I'm going to let you guys in a on secret.
    The computer sales guys are doing just fine.
    So are the guys that play without computers. The reason is the edge that we achieve, (even without a computer) is staggering.
    In my case, the last thing in the world that I want are more people playing with or without computers. Fortunately it's a very difficult craft to actually master.

    The main reason that forums like Steve's and others exist are largely to find and exploit opportunities from the system junkies. Now I don't know if this is Steve's goal, but I seriously doubt that he needs to sell anything. I suspect he's an opportunist, more than a salesman. However, I lurk forums to network for the opportunities and to keep tabs on current locations.
     
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  16. mr j

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    .....hang on. 4 net, thats after returns.
     
  18. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    He's what you're missing. One good contact could be worth the sale of 100k computers. Understand?
    I really doubt that it's about computer sales, but more likely about opportunities.
     
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  19. theLaw

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    Must be expensive to cover more than they can make themselves.
     
  20. mr j

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    Maybe. Like last week, this issue with me and MickyP (RouletteGhost) was pretty big and he said his goodbyes (lol). Then, Steve logs in there (R30). Steve NEVER logs in and he has one post. Kav logs in. They were both logged in for 64 minutes and BOTH logged out at the same time. I believe they were PMing each other about.....something.
     

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