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Jesper

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Re: Learn BASIC To Program Your Own Simulations?
« Reply #30 on: December 21, 2017, 05:48:12 PM »
I do not use a bot anymore, just because they do not last due to change in the screens from my casino. Some which not change  have bots, which may last.

A bot will not make more winnings, it is rather opposite, as the bot is much mechanical, and can not see we should change strategy.  Many think a bot is good waiting for rare events like 13 EC in a row, and start opposite. That's why the casinos do not like bots, not because they win more but rather waste a lot of bandwidth.

Some years ago bots were used more than today, people learn, and selling some bots is to fool you, a bot should if used be programmed of the player and not by affiliation.

A bot is not the answer!!
 
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Re: Learn BASIC To Program Your Own Simulations?
« Reply #31 on: December 22, 2017, 07:05:08 AM »
Ya I think that bots will always be known as a method of cheating which isn't fair, even against a casino.
 

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Re: Learn BASIC To Program Your Own Simulations?
« Reply #32 on: December 22, 2017, 09:17:44 AM »

50 Years ago I learned my first language ALGOL On the commodore 64 I programmed the first roulette simulations. Later on basic and visual basic were very populair. Let us forget Fortran and Pascal. Now I am retired and for roulette I prefer the Exel program. Excel is not a programming language but a very large tool kit.
My Excel book have 950 pages. I need about 100 pages for my roulette systems.

The sheets which I publish here on the forum are not programs but full reports of the simulation. It is the same when you note spin by spin what you do on the table.

The simulations are comparable with apps. Nobody is interested in the software of an app, the result is counting.

To learn a program only for roulette simulation is wasting your time. My Apps are free of charge.
 
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