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#### MickyP

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##### Re: The Power Of Early Hot Numbers
« Reply #15 on: February 10, 2018, 02:30:58 PM »
Interesting observations on hot numbers.

#### Reyth

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##### Re: The Power Of Early Hot Numbers
« Reply #16 on: February 10, 2018, 07:44:17 PM »
One of the criterion I have chosen is focusing on the hottest grouping of numbers.  I have watched this phenomenon persist for thousands of spins without interruption.

Other criteria were created based on Sheridan's "minimizing losing sequences".

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##### Re: The Power Of Early Hot Numbers
« Reply #17 on: February 10, 2018, 07:49:09 PM »

Repetitions V
Hello at the home screens!
Had some time to test. On a whim, I experimented in one of my EXCEL tables.
The good Mr. von Haller had once written somewhere, that after 6 throws with different numbers
a high probability of repetition would exist. I just had something remodeled. This is best
understandable by means of an example:
Permanence:
15-17-24-13-29-14-23-13- ......... ..
The following is played:
The 15 came - then 1 litter is waited - then the 15 total set 4 times. In the example from 24.
The 15 is always set 4 times, even if there should be a direct hit.
For example, if there are 2 consecutive hits in the permanence, sentences of 2 pieces each are created on a number.
The same procedure is used for each additional number. This creates a continuous sequence of 4 pieces,
which are laid.
I have continuously tested this with 4250 throws from original LC permanence.
Result: net 1572 pieces plus
In the overall course, there were also lean routes, in return, but also beautiful conurbations.
Just try it out. More results are certainly helpful.
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At some point you will catch a permanence that is not hit all day long. I did not have to search for a long time, as I dealt with such a way of playing.
PS: And you miss all the "instant repetitions" as well.
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