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Roulette Turbo Was Right!!

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by Wolfie, May 30, 2020.

  1. Wolfie

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    Hi everyone, I wanted to share this with the forum because I've learned so much from this forum especially from the man himself TG. A couple of years ago I found this place looking for some tips for Baccarat my old favorite game because I figured i'd have the best chance of winning long term with the house edge being so low, one way or the other I stumbled on to the roulette side and kept seeing posts from TG giving hints and explanations as to why roulette was not only beatable but very predictable. At first this intrigued me but then I thought he was full of crap because I just couldn't see how this was possible with each spin being totally independent from the last which Turbo proclaims to be the absolute truth, but as time went on and I read more of his posts I kept noticing how he kept referring back to that old 1961 video about random events form the University of Toronto in particular the part where the geiger counter counted the time between clicks. I gotta be honest watching it the first 100 times(yes I've really watched it that many times lol) it made no sense to me how this was supposed to help but somehow I just knew the answer had to be there as he kept referring to it. Eventually though I had gave up after awhile as every idea I came up with to test ended up failing long term, Anyways a couple of months ago I had thought about the old video again, I hadn't watched it in a really long time and decided to revisit it for old time sake, I get to the geiger counter part and still nothing registered THEN THE NEXT MORNING IT HIT ME!! trying to predict the single clicks is impossible just like TG said but trying to predict a group of clicks like the hundredths column is so easy a child could do it TG repeatedly said this over and over I just couldn't understand how this applies to Roulette but its the exact same concept, a group of spins is very predictable but predicting the next single spin it's always 1/38 or 1/37 sounds like a contradiction I assure you it is emphatically not. This is why we always see the same pattern after a cycle of spins, a third of the numbers not showing up and two thirds showing at least once, and a third being above average. We all know this but very few have thought how to actually exploit this which is what anyone cares about even the ones who claim it's not possible.

    Well the geiger counter analogy was the first big clue but it wasn't until I put these other two analogies together with it that I started to see clear obvious winning results. And those are the horse race analogy and the 38 people walk into the Casino analogy. I don't wanna get into those because each one of these has it's own threads that Turbo went into great detail that you can easily find with a simple search. Once you put these together properly and you test it, It became very obvious that Roulette and even other casino games are very predictable, for the doubters really ask yourself can all 38 numbers really come up once in 38 spins? Can a number repeat 38 times in a row? 20 times? Hell, 10 times? sure in theory it could happen but it's really just that, a theory. In reality we know it will probably never happen in a billion years. Like you'll never see in 10,000 roulette spins red being 3 times the amount of blacks, sure red can be ahead of black by maybe even a couple hundred results but not 3 times the amount, that wouldn't be random that would be a flaw. This alone PROVES that random is predictable! If you can't see it then you just are probably stuck in the 1 spin then the game is over mentality and this is limiting you from winning every single session. I know I am reiterating a lot of what TG has said in the past but it is because I've read these things so much that when It finally came to me almost every thing he said started to make sense. For those that want to win(everyone LOL) or I should say for those who actually care enough to test and not give up please rewatch that video especially at the 21 minute mark, and think about how you can apply this to roulette i'll try to post the link in a post below. Thx for reading, I really debated with myself to even make a post but I figured I owe to the community and Turbo as well for teaching me the smart way to see things. I look forward to answering any questions some may have as best I can and being a part of the forum. A special thanks to TG for not only sharing his knowledge but as well as putting up with all the crap he gets and still continuing to put out nothing but value. I'm tired of typing now, over and out.
     
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  2. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    Sucker!
     
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  3. Bago

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    The same old crap circulating again and again and always from a new member appearing suddenly to explain how Roulette is beatable because it is unlikely you will see 100 blacks in a row or 38 different numbers appearing in 38 spins AS IF it was new statistical discoveries noone noticed and tried to exploit in the last centuries.
     
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  4. TurboGenius

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    Thanks for the kind words, I'm glad you were able to see through the nonsense we are stuck with here ie. (above two posters).
    They seem threatened don't they. When someone can win they are the "first responders" for some odd reason.
    But regardless, nice post.
     
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  5. Rulet

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    Ha ha...
    Play a few sessions, then come back with your verdict, not just 1 or 2
     
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  6. gizmotron

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    That's a good one, "first responders." Spandex & capes. Ready to leap tall buildings.
     
  7. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    I concur based on Newtonian Physics alone. When the ball is released into the track it will always fall to the slot track. But I have always believed that forces of nature can cause the ball to leave the wheel and the table even. So I know that certain things must happen.
     
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  8. gizmotron

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    Are you kidding me. The "Law of Thirds" has been done to death. Just because it's packaged as radioactive cooties doesn't make it all of a sudden "woke."
     
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  9. Wolfie

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    Yes, it is strange it's almost as if they cared lol. You'd think they have been around long enough that they would put half that energy into winning but what would the world be without trolls..probably boring tbh
     
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    This might help some understand why random is ultimately predictable
     
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  11. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    It's scotomization, "the mind sees what it wants to see."

     
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    I predict that I can't know in advance when a state that would benefit me will start to occur.
     
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    When you lose your bankroll, this is what you’ll wanna do to yourself

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  14. TurboGenius

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    If you want, you can repost or continue on in my section.
    https://www.gamblingforums.com/forums/turbogeniuss-forum.62/
    I won't allow the nonsense posts trying to derail the topic by the notorious class clowns.
    Cheers
     

  15. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    I don't really care if I lose my bankroll. That is because it is only 7 net losses. I tend to win 5 sessions at 3 net wins each to each lost session at 7 net losses of the same valued bets. The only way to beat me is to have a swarm of first try bets that lose or me being dumb and placing bets during a grind of first try slow domination. I can see these conditions easily. So it's just a matter of staying alert. I don't keep batting after a lost bet unless it is a case of singles on the weak side that does not break down yet. Randomness is typically loaded with opportunities where things tend to continue in similar sized clumps. Size matters in case you haven't heard.
     
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  16. Bago

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    There is no Roulette bet that allows you to predict that over a large number of spins, an even chance will appear approximately 50%. And it will never be the case for the game of Roulette because there is the Zero or Double Zero, so even if this bet was allowed, you would lose because you would be paid less than the odds of it happening.
    You are excused because you are new, ask questions if you don't understand something about the game.
     
  17. TurboGenius

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    The video never claims it to be 50%, it simply says that there is a 50% chance of either it being heads or tails.
    In the long term, Red and Blacks for example - will be close to appearing the same amount of times.
    It could be 800 Reds vs 789 Blacks - but it is still predictable.
    If you (on the other hand) had 1300 Reds and 900 Blacks - the results would NOT be random and there would clearly
    be an error in whatever is producing those spins.
    Remember - those "bias wheel"/"AP" players only benefit because the results are not random.
    We have ways of testing if results are random or not - strange right ? If random is so unpredictable, how would one
    know it wasn't random ? lol

    You are excused as well for not being able to understand what someone is trying to explain.
     
  18. Bago

    Bago Well-Known Member

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    This is what I hear from this guy at 1:43 to 1:53. You are excused for this and also for never having played your HolyGrail in Real Money Mode.
     
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  19. TurboGenius

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    He says, the more flips - the closer the results will be to 50/50. True.
    He also says "about" 50/50. He never said 50/50 - "about" means "close".
    Sheesh. Pay attention.
     
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    Mind Blown.

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