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Reyth

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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #45 on: November 07, 2017, 03:09:46 AM »
I think RNG is "purer" random than a physical wheel but I consider a physical wheel to be a physical RNG device that can be exploited; its the game of roulette that is limited and thus exploitable.
 

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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #46 on: November 07, 2017, 11:34:50 AM »
Game itself really sucks. It's a sucker game and it was made to be unbeatable.  Fortunately,  devices used to serve the game ( be it wheel or even sometimes rng) are not perfect and not as random as expected.  This is what makes game beatable and player being able to win.
   On really random wheel or number generator we can not win. Mathematics say it's impossible.  I know that's a difficult pill to swallow,  and no need to " swallow " at the first place due to imperfections of wheel or fair prng.
     REALLY RANDOM GAME SUCKS. Big time. I haven't seen one dow,  l know no one who know anyone who have seen such a thing yet...  so for now it's not an issue to be worried about. Nice math model " random game" that doesn't exist . And thanks all GODs it doesn't.   
 

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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #47 on: November 07, 2017, 02:29:00 PM »
You know Mr. P, there is nothing wrong with applying the Physics of StatisticsTM to the game of roulette.

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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #48 on: November 07, 2017, 02:47:58 PM »
Reyth, nothing wrong about doing something,  even if what you are doing is wrong. There are many who do nothing...
    Upplying something to the game itself is pointless.  It's purely mathematics in nature and screwed up egainst player. However devices used to serve the game may be interesting from the point of profit potential.  Even if it's rng. So make sure you look limits in device, game itself is virtually unlimited. ...
    Even despite my opinion about it, you are free to do what you like, as long as it makes you happy ;). Sencerelly all the best, fingers crossed ;).
 

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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #49 on: November 07, 2017, 03:15:18 PM »
Its true, roulette has an infinite ability to create negative sequences, if we seek it.

Notwithstanding, roulette operates according to statistics and probability, regardless of the HE.  If we buy in to the "HE eclipses all and makes it impossible to win" theory (which is sheer nonsense imo) then of course roulette is impossible to beat.

Its intellectually alot easier to give up and just go with the flow of herd mentality and use maths as a cover.
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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #50 on: November 10, 2017, 10:17:10 AM »
It can produce whatever if you seek it or not. Much more likely for these who do not seek it.
    Roulette is simple, that's why so many countermeasures to protect their income. You got pc, right? Go google and YouTube,  look what they do, how to train , what their fear. ..  it is good place to start self education. 
   
 
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RNG roulette it is a waste of time
« Reply #51 on: November 10, 2017, 10:31:20 PM »
The fact is that no professional roulette player plays RNG roulette only Romanian scammer Adrian Buzan claims to have won RNG roulette 600-1 million but the winnings are not however the apartment where he lives or plays his fake money euros  on a single video
Even shows up roulette history bigger wins have been achieved in live roulette the right wheel and the dealer, that is, the above mentioned issues should already tell the truth about the rng roulette it is a waste of time and the losses there is no real evidence of the big rng roulette winners or rng roulette professional players.
This RNG roulette discussion brings to my mind now the closed dead roulette forum PxBot Tomuen debates
 

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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #52 on: November 10, 2017, 10:51:00 PM »
There is nothing wrong with fair RNG roulette.  A live wheel is a RNG.
 

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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #53 on: November 10, 2017, 11:18:13 PM »

When comparing RNG roulette and real roulette is a balance almost the same as comparing video poker and real poker cards against other player or players is responsible for which is more likely to win
RNG roulette is never fair we do not know about the programming of RNG roulette applications in the online casinos any thing is it really random or does it let win a certain percentage ie it has a certain limit if go over that then it causes the player to lose
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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #54 on: November 11, 2017, 12:31:30 AM »
It helps to know people that win at a particular casino using their RNG.  As Kav points out, its also easy to cheat at live wheels.

So if we are confident that the casino is not cheating, it doesn't matter whether we use online RNG or a live wheel (unless you are playing AP).
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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #55 on: November 11, 2017, 08:30:51 AM »
RNG and Live roulette both put bets before spin so there is already a lot of information about what the players are bet on for the casino and the software. In RNG roulette you play alone against the software and the software focuses entirely on you, that is, there are no other players in the game such as live roulette rng roulette is in the same way as the video slots game but it has or graphics made so that it seems to resemble roulette. Maybe live roulette is fooled but how can you prevent all 20-400 online players from winning anybody, or is there any reason why some online live roulette players are being fooled by whether this bet is big or the game history in that casino online casino roulette is easier to cheat than players like land based casino roulette what's also playable in online casinos landdbased casino live players see what dealer and pitboss do so cheating is not as possible as live roulette which is made in studio in the studio there is no single player so it's easy to drop the dealer and pitboss anything so the end conclusion is that perhaps the safest thing is to play landbased casino roulette online when you take into account the above
 

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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #56 on: November 11, 2017, 09:53:00 AM »
Its all about trust.  If you know that a casino RNG is fair, then no worries.
 

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Re: Why hot numbers become hot
« Reply #57 on: November 11, 2017, 10:05:07 AM »
RNG roulette can never know if it is trustworthy honest so it's worth avoiding
 
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