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Roulette Systems / Re: NEW SYSTEM: SINGLE DOZEN
« Last post by sam41 on Today at 09:54:49 PM »
Can anyone give me their view on the electronic airball machines please? Should they be avoided or would they be as likely to work with this strategy as a live dealer wheel?

Having read more of this thread, pages 28-29 were very interesting. It seems the smart thing to do is only bet after YXX has appeared, perhaps betting larger stakes as you'd be there all night otherwise trying to hit target. I had a look at some spins earlier on a live online wheel and the triggers where no red flags showed did lead to a loss (3 spins) quite frequently. The progression of 1-1-2, 2-2-4, 4-4-8 etc would take a long time to get into profit I think as after a losing set you'd need to win 3 times to make profit. The spins I was observing did have some runs where this happened but also had 2 failing triggers back to back quite a bit and then the old WLWL type sequences. I think best to just use YXX as a trigger OR use a more aggressive progression that restores profit with one winning spin.
Roulette Systems / Re: Palestis' DS trends
« Last post by MickyP on Today at 09:27:49 PM »
Thanks Palestis.
I started testing with small win goals and decided to push the envelope a bit to better understand the dynamics of the strategy. Must admit, there were a few times I thought I wouldn't be able to recover and as you said, it recovers well and wins. In my 38 spin test I went down to 89 and then climbed fast.
When I'm at the casino next, I'll test it virtually with "dot"  result recording.
Roulette Systems / Re: Cluster DS Randomization
« Last post by MickyP on Today at 08:26:32 PM »
Glad I stumbled across this topic.

I briefly mentioned Charles in a different post with reference to the evolution of his approach. He is also an online trader and much of the way he has evolved his system has to do with Forex trading principals.

Charles does not play off the wheel at all. He plays RNG in all his demonstrations straight off the felt. He has a favourite double street (16-21) and the fact that he has seen the need to switch double streets at set intervals shows that he is thinking more about missed opportunities. We all know a double street can go to sleep for a long time. His approach is now a little more refined than the example Reyth has provided.

His winnings are impressive playing with one dollar chips. His whole approach is so simple to understand and implement in any type of play conditions. His system/strategy is better than some deeply intricate systems that promise big wins.

The fact that Charles is winning continuously must say something. He started with a few hundred dollars if I can remember correctly and has earned a decent chunk of change since then.

This goes against the grain of most roulette approaches but looking at his wins one can not help but wonder why it works?

Roulette Systems / Re: Palestis' DS trends
« Last post by palestis on Today at 07:53:51 PM »
No I haven't lost all 100 units.
I usually quit when a I have a reasonable profit in a short time. I hate to lose after an easy profit, and then start recovering, only to get back where I started from.
Also it is important to quit as soon as you have a profit and start the process from the beginning.  You may have to forego some big wins if a certain DS in loaded, but you don't expose the B/R to heavy losses, even if they are temporary. Also you avoid a big loss if the 0 hits. (Though it's a good idea to have an insurance bet on the 0 if you have to bet a lot of chips).
As far as recording all you need is a score card, separating the DS's,  where you add a dot as a new DS comes out.
Then you know how many chips you have to place on each DS. Simplifying each DS to the minimum number of chips if all DS's are covered.
Casino Lounge / Re: Gamblers Fallacy as a positive tool
« Last post by Mike on Today at 03:55:34 PM »
@ Mr P,

No. Different Mike. I've never been a member of myrulet.

@ Jesper,

You're talking about bias, not dependency. It's unlikely that an even chance would be biased because they're evenly distributed around the wheel, although I do recall Real talking about a case in which that actually happened. I think it had something to do with different pads for red and black being replaced on a wheel.

As regards dependency, I think actual cases of this are very rare, and an EC is no less likely to show a dependency than any other bet.

@ Reyth,

It seems like you've made it a point of principle to say I'm wrong, even when I agree with you.  ;)
Casino Lounge / Have you learnt anything?
« Last post by MickyP on Today at 03:44:24 PM »
Roulette 30 forum is a fantastic platform to increase your roulette  knowledge and skills. The mere fact that people are learning new things on the forum either by just reading posts or by contributing and creating posts is in my mind the main reason why the forum is thriving.

The forum is a tool that allows you to tap into the minds of players of all distinction where if you are sincere about understanding/learning, you will undoubtedly attract a host of opinions that will leave you more informed and in a position to make better decisions.

Have you learnt anything from your participation in the forum?

I have learnt a great deal in the short time I've spent as an active member. This would have not been possible if I were to simply access the forum as a guest. I did this for a few years but have to say in the month and a half of active involvement I have sharpened my skills and my approach to roulette is evolving.  I am better for the experience.

Roulette Systems / Re: 6 Number System
« Last post by Scarface on Today at 03:09:16 PM »

If I should use EC and reverse martingale I would not reverse the bet order, but double on a win, and only if I were not better than break even.

Yes, this.  This is what i meant by opposite of martingale. 
Roulette Systems / Re: Palestis' DS trends
« Last post by MickyP on Today at 03:01:32 PM »
Palestis, in your tests have you lost more than 100 units from the onset of a game?

This is where the "test it till it breaks" comes in. Curiosity...
Casino Lounge / Re: Gamblers Fallacy as a positive tool
« Last post by Jesper on Today at 02:33:37 PM »

A real advantage could be something imperfect in the wheel, but I do not think that exist in case of colours.
It is never a fallacy betting black anytime as such.
Roulette Systems / Re: Palestis' DS trends
« Last post by MickyP on Today at 02:31:57 PM »
I forgot to mention that every test I conducted ended in a plus.
First I wanted to win 10 units, then 20 units, then 50 units. I think with 100 units bankroll, 20 to 30 units is a realistic target. To get to this amount the wagers will not get out of hand.
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