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scepticus

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Re: Anywhere I can find Laurance Scott Volume 2 for sale
« Reply #30 on: January 24, 2017, 11:12:24 PM »
Duncan
Congratulations on your commitment  !

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If we can win without the hassle of VB why should we change to VB ? Probability suggests that there are some fake claims of AP being professionals in this forum .
Obviously there are. Some have " perfect knolidge".
  Vb is just one level of understanding. There are wheels where it's useless,  there are ..where it's not needed or imposible, or posible but not always. There are these where it's only way. Moral is simple , need to understand how it works and why and when.

Well, it is not obvious to me, Mr. P. Anyone can claim to be a professional roulette player .Whether
 they actually are is debatable when we read of the amount of time they need to suss if a wheel is playable . Their need to calculate the data they collect then find that any conclusion reached can be undermined by " changing conditions ". Their need  to avoid the casino's attention by forming a team.
Your admission that you also need to work out HOW it works and the WHY and WHEN only adds to the effort needed.
"Perfect knowledge"  still faces the variability of the winning numbers and we gamblers should be cautious of making exaggerated claims .
 
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Re: Anywhere I can find Laurance Scott Volume 2 for sale
« Reply #31 on: January 24, 2017, 11:56:19 PM »
Duncan
Congratulations on your commitment  !

Bebediktus
If we can win without the hassle of VB why should we change to VB ? Probability suggests that there are some fake claims of AP being professionals in this forum .
Obviously there are. Some have " perfect knolidge".
  Vb is just one level of understanding. There are wheels where it's useless,  there are ..where it's not needed or imposible, or posible but not always. There are these where it's only way. Moral is simple , need to understand how it works and why and when.

Well, it is not obvious to me, Mr. P. Anyone can claim to be a professional roulette player .Whether
 they actually are is debatable when we read of the amount of time they need to suss if a wheel is playable . Their need to calculate the data they collect then find that any conclusion reached can be undermined by " changing conditions ". Their need  to avoid the casino's attention by forming a team.
Your admission that you also need to work out HOW it works and the WHY and WHEN only adds to the effort needed.
"Perfect knowledge"  still faces the variability of the winning numbers and we gamblers should be cautious of making exaggerated claims .
It's much more easy then it sounds. There are factors that have to be present there. But in short, it's correlation. If there is correlation between predictors ( factors) and outcome , then player can do something , if not- not. Predictors or call them factors can be any, in some cases distances will work better( vb, ds),  in some numbers themselves can be predictors, sometimes it's mix between numbers and distances, sometimes it's something other.
  Correlation by itself is a bit of the dead end, besides finding it, need to understand situation in general. If you attack repetitive jump of ball , need to understand why it happens, if this " why?" stops to be present as a factor- look for something else... ets.
  If you attack numbers instead of distances, need to understand why this numbers instead of any other numbers and when they are active ( any other factors wich may affect, or exact values of these factors).
   As for vb itself, it's just a way to predict wich number gonna be at point of your choice in some moment in the future( with reasonable accuracy ). It's easy to do and control.
   What gonna happen if ball does not go where you expect is a matter of the scatter study, ball jumps and their predictability is a matter of the study as well.
 
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Re: Anywhere I can find Laurance Scott Volume 2 for sale
« Reply #32 on: February 24, 2017, 07:54:31 PM »
Duncan, what you are after? What is purpose of your posting?
   Trying to flame Real is oblivious,  these who ever spoke with him on regular basis do know his level of knolidge and how helpfull he may be.
   Clames of " perfect knolidge" from someone who speaks about diamonds , time frames , inability to adjust... it's simply sad.
   In private you told me that you are jafco student... how does it correlates with " most precise rc on the planet"? Jafco himself lowers accuracy to achieve overlaps. Jafco''s student unable to adjust is a noncense as well!!! This is the first thing he teaches and what his method is all about.
   So what is a point after all?


Yes real's knowledge is so insanely helpful. I don't know how to say thank to him. If he never teach me those thing. I never know a wheel can achieve those thing. He really inspire me a lot. I think it is so disrespectful to say it to a master like real.
 
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Re: Anywhere I can find Laurance Scott Volume 2 for sale
« Reply #33 on: February 24, 2017, 08:16:12 PM »
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1) Even you have the mood and patience to scout ALL the wheels in the Casino( it will take several hours to find the DDs IF there are any and IF the ball jump for a nice scatter 

So?  The prize is worth it.

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Factor no1 change in barometer
Factor no 2 change in the temperature
Factor no 3 oil from the delalers change hands
Factor no 4 a little dust of something that came into the ball track So when the ball timings WILL change( and they can change after some spins or after a lot of spins... and this is why i mentioned luck above.) you will not be in the correct revolution so you will have wrong predictions.  So again its like math systems... all random.And don t tell me that IF and when you will notice the changes of ball times you will stop , because even if you do so , you will have lost lots hours of recording of the wheel and ball behavior.

I can tell right off, you have zero experience with vb. 

1. The last 8 to 10 revs of the ball is basically the same for most dealers on a specific wheel.

2. Air pressure, yes a small effect over extended periods, but an easy adjustment.

3. Ball times...so few people even know how to interpret them.  The times are consistent enough to gain an edge, even at fast rotor speeds.

4.  Dust?...why not add farts and tears to the physics while we are at it?  Seriously, it's not a big issue.  Over time as a wheel becomes dirty the dust gradually shortens the travel length of the ball, but again, so what. 

5.  Ball time tracking doesn't take hours.   You only need about 20 of them.

My suggestion is that you should stick to slots if you find vb or bias too difficult, or time consuming.

You failed to mention pocket dust?