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Questions and Answers / Re: Can multiple people have an edge over the casino?
« Last post by scepticus on Today at 01:15:01 AM »
By your agreement I was referring to the fact that you agree an Expectation is only an Expectation and not a fact .

Proof of an Edge IS certain so you have misunderstood me and what an Edge means. No one disputes  that the House  has a proven Edge. What I argue is that because you have an Edge  does not mean that  you MUST win  as the SP in this forum seem to think.
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Roulette Systems / Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Last post by scepticus on Today at 01:03:32 AM »
The 9 blocks are groups of the Dozens 1-2-3. Each block contains 9 lines each containing 4 downward numbers representing dozens within 4 spins.
The 3 from 4 are the PLACINGS of the dozens within the 4.
So  each of the lines of the 9 block must be viewed as any 3 from 4.    For example ; The placings for 1-1-1-1
Would be
1-2-3 =1-1-1-x
1-2-4 =1-1-x-1
1-3-4= 1x-1-1
2-3-4-=x 1-1-1
For convenience I label
1-2-3 as 1
1-2-4 as 2
1-3-4 as 3 and
2-3-4 as 4
As the first two spins MUST be treated as Virtual spins I would make my calculations after those 2 spins . As I have demonstrated  the resultant POSSIBILITIES of these result in only 7 PROBABILITIES  of the GUARANTEED 3 wins in one of the fours.
It should be obvious that if the 123 wins then it is game over for me  as the guaranteed 3 wins have been found.
and I have to sit out the next spin as I am betting a Double.
Logically then the  3rd “ spin “  (1st actual bet ) of the other groups must contain the Dozens  other than the 3rd of the 1-2-3 so they need 2 bets each . If the winner is in one of these 4 groups then the total needed is 1+2+2+2 = 7 while there are 9 possibles- . Possibles  but not all Probables using the 9 Block.

Strangely . It is possible that the winning 2 of the 3rd and 4th spin need not be in a line containing 3 correct.  This is due to the clever arrangement of the blocks . By professional Mathematicians  and NOT by  me  !    I have merely applied their  “ Sets of Three” idea  to roulette.
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Casino Lounge / Re: Yesterday
« Last post by Reyth on Today at 01:03:07 AM »
Rock on dewd!  This is truly the best!!
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / If we can predict the half of the wheel...
« Last post by Better on Today at 12:48:44 AM »
First post here after lurking some time on this great forum.

As the layout of the wheel has the secret that (dividing it through the 0 pocket) left half has all high blacks and low reds and f.e. last spins were BBB.
So chance is that Red is coming (there are other threads about that prediction)

So if we can predict the half of the wheel where it lands, we can say R on the left = Low numbers.

Somebody ever played with that strategy? Will there be an advantage from a sum up of RB-LH and the half of the wheel as described above?

Grtz Better
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: How can We predict a [BIG] section of the wheel by some method other than AP?
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 11:45:12 PM »
No dousends... 15 in total.
I had these urges to "fight" dealers and freak out pit bosses few years ego. I could enter Internet casino and openly tell on the chat that lm after their money and that dealer is "weakest link" in their security chain... it's road to nowhere.
Ones l spent entire night " fighting" them , result was 1 gbp positive... l didn't lost, l win some experience that night and learned few new things...  but considering money / hour ratio, it was loss of my time.
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Casino Lounge / Re: Yesterday
« Last post by Scarface on Yesterday at 11:37:48 PM »
Nice! Congratulations!
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Casino Lounge / Re: Yesterday
« Last post by GIAJJENNO on Yesterday at 11:14:20 PM »
Congratulations Fyodor!

Your next winning is one profile avatar to GIAJJENNO!

Thanks!
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Casino Lounge / Re: Yesterday
« Last post by kav on Yesterday at 10:49:06 PM »
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Casino Lounge / Yesterday
« Last post by Fyodor on Yesterday at 10:17:37 PM »
Aahh, yes,
Yesterday, when all my troubles seemed so far away,
It was around two-fifteen when it started raining,
.......MONEY!
Only about five or so potential players wandering around at my local B&M yesterday, so I decided to drop some cash onto my favorite table/game.
I felt some advantage because of that particular dealer/table (prior knowledge), even though such history is nebulous rather than fabulous, where Roulette is concerned.
So, I placed four (each of  five unit value) pieces on the adjacent sequence, 28, 12, 35, 3.
(When playing the four piece O-Sector, I often get trounced by the (adjacent) 28, but did not want to outlay more than four pieces initially.).
Twelve was the result, so I pressed it, and included the three (anticlockwise) adjacent numbers at the higher rate, 29, 7, 28.
Seven then "Hit" THREE times in a row, and I (modestly) raised the stake after each "Coup"
Moving one pocket to the left, (anti-clockwise) after the FIRST of the triple sevens, I was then covering 18, 29, 7, 28, still a small target, but HOT, and when EIGHTEEN struck, next up, the rest of the previously wandering horde, (of five) had gathered round the action, muttering things like, "wow, I wish I had been here sooner!" or, "that section couldn't hit again, surely?"
Guess what?.....Wrronnng!!
Followed by SEVEN, SEVEN, EIGHTEEN, (re-align target to 9, 22, 18, 29) TWENTY-TWO, TWENTY-NINE!
I was still only covering four adjacent pockets per spin, but now the outlay was twenty units per number, equal to the table maximum, (100 currency units per number).
The next number to follow? FIFTEEN!
-And all my troubles were now 21,050 currency units away, mmmm,, holiday, new car, renovate the kitchen, or just try and hide it from she-who-must-be-obeyed?
Ahhh, Yes, Yes, Yesterday!

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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: How can We predict a [BIG] section of the wheel by some method other than AP?
« Last post by Fyodor on Yesterday at 09:13:08 PM »
Good for you, MrP, You must have dozens of satisfied customers around the Globe.
I wasted many years, (before ccomputers were even imagined,!) learning how to forecast and predict single number targets on the Roulette table.
No internet in those days, all correspondence via writing, posting, waiting, receiving, responding etc.
Actual Casinos?
Rare to find, harder to access, (mostly were clandestine) being "allowed" to play, that was a special privilege to a young man in the late sixties!
I got away with it, because, initially I was throwing away, whatever little money I had, with no results, so I started to learn about the game, and have been learning ever since, as a lifelong student.
Gaining insight,  wisdom and knowledge from a teacher/mentor finally taught me the power of ONE!
(Thank you Charles, may you Rest in Eternal Peace, at the Head of the Table).
Very unnerving for the Croupier, I can tell you, when a player approaches a table, buys in with the smallest banknote he has in his pocket, then TELLS the Croupier what the result of the next spin will be, BEFORE the Croupier even picks up the ball.
Twenty units on 27! Thank you very much, and GOODNIGHT!
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