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Roulette Undeniable proof for the "repeaters"

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by TurboGenius, Dec 22, 2019.

  1. precogm

    precogm Active Member

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    Would be able to beat roulette << correction
     
  2. gizmotron

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    I could write the algorithms to beat Roulette and run them on an old Windows 7 laptop. I have already proven that I can write AI and reading randomness techniques in software. Here is the deal regarding all that. I would kill myself writing hundreds of thousands of lines of object oriented code by creating classes and functionality to be used over and over by other algorithms. All that work would then end up being a marvelous stunt and nothing else. People would say "OK, that's been done." Big deal. It's far easier to program people. So that is what I have done. People are mastering this technique of hunting win streaks. They are getting good at just finding one winner out of a patch of spins. I showed them how just a few wins is enough. What's even more interesting is that it's just too hard for most people so they give up way too soon. I can tell you this much. It is much easier to do this than to become a carpenter.
     
  3. precogm

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    I am a little confused, if what you say is true then why haven't casinos who spend millions on analysts using sophisticated AI algorithms realised this simple solution to beating roulette?

    Or do you think they have and just decided to ignore it for now?

    I thought you would have said there was something unique to humans that makes your reading randomness work, but if a computer can achieve the same if not better results then what is the difference between that and a system?
     
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    The casinos know a truth that flies in the face of their propaganda. You are trained by just about everything and everyone that you must lose because the odds are against you. The house advantage or percentage guarantees that they will win that percentage in the end. Only in the past thirty years casinos changed hands with corporations. Some of those are publicly traded and are required to publish an earnings report every year. If you go looking for those publications you will see that they report that their earnings from table games are in a range from 18% to 22% for the year. The worst odds on those tables are around 5%. They want people to believe that they must lose. People gamble for entertainment reasons and for the long shot chance at a jackpot. Table game players are people that are not searching for a jackpot. They want to find a secret professional way to win more than they lose.

    I'm the only one that has put together a skill and method with a strategy for this. I doubt that more than 200 people have been exposed to this training. Casinos make money off of idiots that have no skill or method and certainly not a strategy to win. They come to a casino to lose. They believe that they will only win if they are lucky. Only they don't have a method to cultivate luck combined with coincidence and timing. The casinos have no idea that this works. Just take a look at my signature at the bottom of each post.

    Most systems are mindless rules that are easy to execute on triggers. This is complex. On one day all the trends can be working and on another they could all be losers. This is a skill to know what is currently happening and why. It is a skill to keep your bankroll. You can lose all the mathematically expected bets that you are supposed to and still beat the casino because of good timing and win streak recognition. The people that think they know everything believe that this is just a worthless fallacy. As long as they think that there is opportunity. They will not make any changes until that corporate earnings report suggest that they figure out what is going on.
     
  5. precogm

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    How would you build luck into the system?
     
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    Well, if it is working for you good luck with it.

    In my opinion if you remove the human element you are just left with a system, which will also just be mindless rules based on triggers.
     
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    For example, the more numbers you play the less you win, but also the less luck you need.

    Conversely, the less numbers you play the more you win, but also the more luck you need.

    You can build luck into a system by varying the amount of numbers you play on a spin by spin basis, while keeping the same stake.

    Another example is bet weighting. So if you are playing say 15 numbers you would have a few numbers with two or three times as much on them as the others. The goal being an overall profit for any number hit, with a lucky bonanza on a few.

    How to select the bets, vary the amount bet, and choose the weighted numbers is where system rules are helpful.
     
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    What do you thing artificial intelligence is? It knows changing conditions and is loaded with conditional awareness. A human beats this with an educated guess. The same is true of the AI software. People are easier to program with regards to pattern and trend recognition. I can teach a computer to see different percentages of perfect to almost perfect pattern recognition. It can evaluate if a session is easy or hard. It can be taught to quit a session if it won't go past a certain point. It's all in how much functionality you want to program into it. You just teach the computer to think like a human. But first you must know what to teach the computer. In a sense you must give the computer the chance to make many choices.
     
  9. precogm

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    That is an amazing accomplishment if you have managed to do this. If you are claiming that AI can beat a random game, that is phenomenal. I have no reason to doubt you at the moment, I would love to see some of your algorithms and techniques so I can get it coded up. Would you be willing to point me in the right direction?
     
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    Interesting approach but again how would you know what to bet on next? I have not seen a system that gives better than guessing results.
     
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    Well seeing as there's undeniable proof of repeaters, you could use those.
     
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    haha :oops: i fogot about that
     
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    Look here: https://www.gamblingforums.com/threads/the-ai-double-dozen-software-what-the-heck.15555/

    You can download it and even try it out. It only goes after a few conditions back when I was into double dozen methods. Here is the video for it:

     
  14. precogm

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    thanks I just gave it a test run, I was down -1010 on my first attempt and -200 on second attempt
     

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    This software was designed to give students examples of how I use categories and characteristics to make bet selections that are funded or not funded. But on every spin the software makes a bet selection and tells you why it made that selection. On the right you will see things like sleepers or singles or maybe a few other reasons for the selections. So it was designed to give students examples. It was never designed to win almost every time. I use hundreds of characteristics, patterns, and trends when I play. It takes a full skill set and the strategy of when to fund a bet selection to beat Roulette. This software was designed as an entry point only.
     
  16. precogm

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    @gizmotron ok when you get your AI fixed please let me know.
     

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