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#### Fyodor

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##### Discipline-Grid V.1.
« on: November 26, 2017, 08:26:18 AM »

OK, This is especially for Mr Dobblesteen, it is a version of the (Disc-Grid) I mentioned in an earlier post.
To explain briefly,  there are nine columns A-I  and nine (numbered) lateral rows.
The grid is designed to put some order into the chaos of wheel generated sequences, and to exploit the associated waves in a near recent pattern repeater.
? represents zero, and the cols. to the LEFT of the central zero col (E), are the REV (anti-clockwise) signifiers, while the cols on the RIGHT represent the FWD (clockwise) options.
The EU wheel is used to review the layout.
The vertical columns show continuous wheel sequences, the lateral lines show nine back or forward, from the last/current number, and the diagonals provide REV-5 to REV-13 (LEFT COLS) , and the FWD-5 to FWD-13 (RIGHT COLS)
Method; I take a few cards to the Casino, and whatever number is spun, I circle it.
I then draw the (appropriate direction) connect line to the subsequent result..
It may be 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or more numbers away.
It is very easy to calculate at a glance.
I will post some results to demonstrate, and will answer SENSIBLE QUESTIONS as required.
Gives me perfectly random target zones, that I can decide to lead into, follow after or ignore if I cannot see a pattern emerging.
The grid is a bit off-centre on some lines, but should be nine by nine.
All of the numbers have clear reference points.
Works for me.

A      B      C      D      E      F      G      H      I

1     35     2    30     20   12    21     11     1      28

2      3     25    8     14     35    2       30     20   12

3     26    17   23    31     3      23      8     14    35

4     ?     34   10     9     26     17     23    31     3

5     32     6      5     22    ?     34     10     9     26

6     15    27    24   18   32       6       5     22    ?

7     19    13    16    29   15     27     24    18    32

8      4     36    33     7     19    13     16     29   15

9     21    11     1     28     4      36    33     7     19

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#### Reyth

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##### Re: Discipline-Grid V.1.
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2017, 04:41:39 PM »
Kewl!  Ya I would probably do something like this if I played B&M.

I am certain the wheel has just as reliable patterns as the felt!