# Roulette Forum

## Roulette Forum => Questions and Answers => Topic started by: paulstrike on March 05, 2015, 01:00:10 AM

Title: trying the system in other games like Blackjack
Post by: paulstrike on March 05, 2015, 01:00:10 AM
Have you ever tried to use these systems in other games like dices or blackjack? maybe it can work, I just said :)
Title: Re: trying the system in other games like Blackjack
Post by: palestis on March 05, 2015, 04:02:04 AM
Have you ever tried to use these systems in other games like dices or blackjack? maybe it can work, I just said :)
What system are you referring to? Any specific roulette system or just any system used in roulette?
Title: Re: trying the system in other games like Blackjack
Post by: dobbelsteen on March 05, 2015, 04:18:28 PM
I have an excel programma to compute the profit chances for the socold Basc Stategy. The bigest myth of Black Jack is the aligation that the HE for BJ is about 0.6%
I  have a special Martingale strategy for internet. The minimum bets in the casinos makes it impossible to play Martingale succesfull. This program is also free suitable.
Title: Re: trying the system in other games like Blackjack
Post by: kav on March 05, 2015, 06:00:54 PM
Hello Paulstrike and welcome to the forum.

A complete roulette strategy should consist of two main parts:
• A bet selection method. What to bet.
• A money management scheme. How much to bet.
Sure enough, the money management principles can be used for many other games of chance including Craps, Baccarat and Blackjack.

In some cases, even the bet selection method of roulette even chances, like "Follow The Last Outcome" (FTL) can be reproduced in other casino games with 50% odds like Craps, Baccarat etc.
Title: Re: trying the system in other games like Blackjack
Post by: paulstrike on March 06, 2015, 04:37:29 PM
I know that the player have some advantage in Blackjack, so maybe you can use that with a system like labrouchere for example and can be better that only 50/50 in red/black in roulette.
Title: Re: trying the system in other games like Blackjack
Post by: kav on March 06, 2015, 05:32:20 PM
The problem is that the players who are actually making money in Blackjack, do not do so because they win more often than they lose. They profit because they bet huge bets when they have the advantage, according to card counting.
However if you believe that by following the basic strategy you have better than 50% chance of winning, then sure enough you can use Labouchere.
Title: Re: trying the system in other games like Blackjack
Post by: dobbelsteen on March 07, 2015, 01:13:29 AM
Paulstrike from where do you have the knowledge that a player has an advantage on the dealer.You can not find on internet  a computation of the HE.
I challenge everybody to refute my computation of the average  HE.
All wagers of the basic strategy give a loss of more than 2%.
My program is available on rouletteplayersclub@hotmail.nl
I have my BJ strategy demonstrated on internet several times.
Title: Re: trying the system in other games like Blackjack
Post by: Sputnik on March 11, 2015, 06:01:21 PM

This is a hard task as you have to play to get results and view your hand.
The idea would be to wait for 3+ STD

For exampel:

Assume you have 22 loses and 2 wins in any combination
Then you have reach 4.08 STD

Now the world reckord is 5.04 STD
This means that during the next 9 attempts you will have at least 1 win.

But your expectation is at least 2 wins or more
Because if you would only face 1 win among 9 attempts, then you reach 4.5 STD on the bell curve and you can stay at that value hovering around 4.5 STD

In real life this would mean 1 win and 4 loses if you did not get regression towards the mean
You more wins you larger the gap towards 5.04 STD and you more loses you smaller gap towards 5.04 STD - within the probability window -

You could start from 3+ and get at least one chanse each day (if you where playing roulette) tracking all three even money locations
This is how the values look like

(http://i58.tinypic.com/2yk1flh.jpg)

Assume that you have 1 in 2 no matter what you play - then each side "event" has the value of 1
Then you measuring overrepresented events contra underrepresented events

The bell curve can behave with any random combination
It can get weaker or stronger and at any given situation stay still at the same value "hovering" ...

Match expersts will say there is no limits and they will say nothing is due to happen
But if i will risk my money, then i put them at risk each time to brake a world reckord during our life time
Then you can name it gamblers fallacy or any other fancy word, it does not effect me

Because if i have a probability window with limits, then i know my expectation and can caculate the situation
So there is a big difference

Title: Re: trying the system in other games like Blackjack
Post by: TheGenner on March 11, 2015, 06:06:34 PM