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Roulette Vocabulary and Jargon

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone, Feb 7, 2019.

  1. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    In order to effectively communicate with each other everyone needs some common vocabulary. I keep reading where you guys confuse each other especially the way many of you use the word "repeaters". When describing your bets to each other, try using the following format instead.


    1. Describe your "rolling bet horizon". A rolling horizon can be any value like 1,2,3, 37, 38, etc... or even 100000 spins. Any duration that you choose.
    2. Describe your "betting threshold" as being the number of hits required below, at, or above expectation.

    Now here's an example below.

    "Bet on every number that has hit at expectation within a rolling horizon of 37 spins."
    This would mean bet on every number that has hit at least one or more times within the rolling 37 spin range. If the number hasn't hit, then there would be no bet. It's essentially the same thing as betting every number that has hit frequency of 1/37 or stronger. As soon as the number drops below expectation on the 37 spin horizon, it falls back off. A rolling horizon can stretch over thousands of spins.


    Another example below.

    "Bet on every number that is one hit above expectation within a rolling horizon of 37 spins." Since "at expectation" means at least one hit, then one hit ABOVE expectation means two hits. So in this example the player would be betting on every number that has hit TWO or more times within the rolling horizon. It's essentially the same thing as betting every number that has hit frequency of 2/37 or stronger. As soon as the number drops below that expectation on the 37 spin horizon, it falls back off as a bet.

    I hope this helps you guys.

    -Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone
     
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  2. Bombus

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    How about, no.
     
  3. Madi

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    Uncle tom

    I started missing you. If you finished watering your pumpkin garden plz come back.
     
  4. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    I was just trying to help out some of you simple forumtards.
     
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  5. Madi

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    Are you angry
     
  6. Bombus

    Bombus Active Member

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    Thank you for your kind efforts.

    However, I'm reasonable sure that none of us forumtards will actually go to the effort of doing things your way, even if they do make some sense.

    Cheers.
     

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