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#### MREKO

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##### Questions about dozens and columns
« on: January 31, 2018, 12:45:51 AM »

Thanks for answering someone. Sorry for the new topic but a dont know the answers for these questions.

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What is the longest NON-REPEATER single dozen or column streak? How about the system that bet the dozen/column that shows up with progression 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99, or Holloway ? Roueltte often shows repeater dozens/columns. Can we create a system for this?

2. What would be, if we would generate own dozens? Example first 12 non-repeater numbers would be the 1. dozens, the next 12 non-repeater numbers the 2. dozen, end the rest would be the 3. dozen. It would calculate somthing, or it doesnt matter if it on own dozens or the roueltte dozens we play?

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##### Re: Questions about dozens and columns
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2018, 01:10:25 AM »
Mister Eko,

I wish I could tell you what you want to hear.  There's not really a limit.  After each spin, the odds of the streak continuing are the same as they were on previous spins.  You're trying to step outside of probability by exploiting a loophole that doesn't exist.

It's very easy to create a progression, if you want one and there are a zillion ways to do it.  I suppose you can just start with bet X and then multiply that amount times 1.5 in order to find the next bet.

or

You could use a Fibonacci sequence., The Fibonacci numbers are the numbers in the following integer sequence, called the Fibonacci sequence, and characterized by the fact that every number after the first two is the sum of the two preceding ones:{1,\;2,\;3,\;5,\;8,\;13,\;21,\;34,\;55,\;89,\;144,\}(Wiki)

Rather than using an up as you lose progression the progression I'd run would be a reverse Labby.
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##### Re: Questions about dozens and columns
« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2018, 01:25:16 AM »
Thanks  for the answer mate, I know the Fibonacci progression, but this is very hard progression example for dozens/columns.

But I dont get any usuful answer for my questions!

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##### Re: Questions about dozens and columns
« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2018, 01:30:50 AM »
Mister Eko,

I Have an idea.  Rather than asking the question here, try asking it on another forum

I can answer the question, but I think it would be beneficial for you to hear several views from other experts as well.
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##### Re: Questions about dozens and columns
« Reply #4 on: January 31, 2018, 02:27:41 AM »
1. By repeater, you mean immediate repeater? Having the same dozen hit two consecutive spins?

In the following table you can see the probabilities for any 12 numbers bet (like dozen or column)

```12-number bet
Spins		Probability % to...
...hit at least once	...hit exactly once	...hit more than once	...sleep all spins

1		32.432432432432435	32.432432432432435	0	67.56756756756756
2		54.346238130021916	43.82761139517896	10.518626734842954	45.653761869978084
3		69.15286360136616	44.41987641403273	24.732987187333435	30.84713639863384
4		79.15734027119336	40.017906679308766	39.1394335918846	20.842659728806645
5		85.91712180486037	33.798907668335104	52.11821413652527	14.082878195139624
6		90.4845417600408	27.404519731082516	63.08002202895828	9.515458239959205
7		93.5706363243519	21.602661950177655	71.96797437417425	6.429363675648111
8		95.65583535429181	16.681592239519425	78.97424311477238	4.344164645708183
9		97.06475361776474	12.680264371256317	84.38448924650842	2.935246382235259
10		98.01672541740861	9.519717996438677	88.49700742096994	1.9832745825913909
11		98.65994960635717	7.075466078434152	91.58448352792303	1.3400503936428318
12		99.09456054483593	5.215331261745076	93.87922928309085	0.9054394551640754
13		99.3882165843486	3.8175285136647505	95.57068807068384	0.6117834156514023
14		99.58663282726256	2.777827400795556	96.808805426467	0.41336717273743395
15		99.7206978562585	2.010975434938868	97.70972242131963	0.2793021437415094
16		99.8112823353098	1.4493516648208056	98.36193067048899	0.18871766469020904
17		99.87248806439851	1.0404973945081795	98.83199066989033	0.1275119356014926
18		99.91384328675575	0.7443940024303353	99.16944928432541	0.08615671324425175```

2. Any 12 number set if it is predetermined before any spins, behaves exactly like a dozen or column. Reverse engineering 12 number sets, after we see the outcomes, is not the same like a predetermined bet.

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##### Re: Questions about dozens and columns
« Reply #5 on: January 31, 2018, 02:50:13 AM »
Kav, thanks.
Yes, I meant example how many is the longest streak, when ball not hit twice the same dozen/columns.
« Last Edit: January 31, 2018, 03:57:33 AM by kav »