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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by scepticus on Today at 12:24:39 AM »

I argued that the loss on an EC when zero occurred. was an ADVANTAGE , BA ?
If I did then I must have given the reason why I did so .
The only time that I argued  that can only have been when comparing it to betting 2 dozens .  Perhaps that is  what Dobbelsteen means but doesn't qualify his bald statement . That certainly does give an advantage.
Perhaps you can tell me the relevant post ?
I also posted the Dice idea in my thread and gave the reasoning as well. And it was argued against  too  !
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by BlueAngel on Yesterday at 09:41:31 PM »
Betting it needs 1023 chips in one post .In another it is 511.  Losing half his stake to zero he regards as an advantage - and asks his followers to accept this nonsense.
It  is The Best in the West but he prefers betting the Dices.

A bust of 10 consecutive doubling ups costs 1023 units, it's probability is 1 in 1024 disregarding 0, all in all no advantage.
It surprises me when people choose to remain ignorant on such elementary things!
Do you (not you Scep) need a million of trials to understand that it's a terrible waste of time and money?!

Long time ago when I said that losing half is not an advantage many on this forum got upset and posted against me (including you Scepticus), losing half it's still negative and none should ever consider it as advantageous.
I'm saying something so obvious (at least for me) and suddenly I'm realizing that isn't so obvious for many...
Of course there are gamblers who are happy losing small since they cannot win long term, apologising for ruining your illusions!

By the way, he and Harry J. endorsed the dice method but didn't pay credit where credit was due, I was the first on this forum who post about transforming the 7 from the Craps game (which has 6 ways to come) into a 6-line for roulette, furthermore, I've implemented it into a complete strategy on the thread ''My challenge''.
http://forum.roulette30.com/index.php?topic=1032.msg14536#msg14536

My mentality is towards the positive direction, instead of expecting to see proof in order to believe, I believed that there is a solution, I believed that I will find it, by keeping the faith in myself and what I'm doing helped me a great deal to eventually find not 1 but 2 solutions.

I do understand up to some degree the doubts about the fairness of the games, but I can certainly assure you that if you are playing to reputable casinos then you have nothing to fear except variance.
I've seen with my own eyes plenty of weird results and these were not only when playing with money but also when I was testing several methods.

So if there was something unfair we would experience those strange sequences only when we were playing for real, otherwise (on testing) nobody knows what system/method we are trying and if it fails nobody would take our money.
So what you see on testings is most likely what would happen with real money too.
A bad method doesn't need a million trials to realize it's worthless, the vast majority of them don't need not even 1,000 bets to show their ugly face.

A long term winning method must has rock solid principles, it must makes sense why it's able of winning long term.
By shorting out an hierarchy of principles will save you tons of millions of simulations, don't let the programs replace your brain!
Do you have to simulate every junk out there in order to realize that most of them will never work long term?!

By watching the end result after hundred thousands, millions, gazillions... simulations you just see the end titles of a film, you can never understand what went wrong in order to improve it, by just simulating systems based on progressions only then you will eventually discard all of them.

Thank me later for saving you big time, yes, you have programs like any average Joe around the web, but do you have sensible judgement?
Do you have experience?
Do you know how to use them for your advantage?
Tools are nothing by their own, the person who selects them and how he/she uses them makes the whole difference.
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Questions and Answers / Re: New to the forum
« Last post by thegenius on Yesterday at 09:07:48 PM »
Cheers kav
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 08:55:46 PM »
It's because he played only 2ce during these 40 years.
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Questions and Answers / Re: New to the forum
« Last post by kav on Yesterday at 07:15:10 PM »
Welcome to the forum genius!
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by scepticus on Yesterday at 04:37:02 PM »

It is the fact that he keeps changing his views that I find annoying while claiming that his SSB is The Best in the West .
The 10 step in one post  he claims has 1024 sequences and in another it has 512.
Betting it needs 1023 chips in one post .In another it is 511.  Losing half his stake to zero he regards as an advantage - and asks his followers to accept this nonsense.
It  is The Best in the West but he prefers betting the Dices .
So while telling followers that his SSB is the most profitable he doesn't actually bet it . Or in conjunction with another of his methods , Why not bet only his Super Duper SSB only which - according to him - has only lost twice in 40 years.
 Gamblers are always at a  disadvantage but not to Dobbelsteen apparently. His SSB programme is perfection personified . He elevates The Martingale to the level of The Holy Grail  .The Blind leading the blind  !
Newbies  should beware of  those claiming that they always win .They don't because  Reality intrudes !.
No one KNOWS . We can only make an educated  guess .Anyone who claims otherwise is deluded.
 
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Questions and Answers / Re: New to the forum
« Last post by thegenius on Yesterday at 03:57:34 PM »
hahaha just a username that's all.
Whenever I helped out my mates in the past they said I'm a genius that's where the username comes from.
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Questions and Answers / Re: New to the forum
« Last post by shapecode99 on Yesterday at 08:30:11 AM »
Iar00 - how did you find the info i gave you? do you find it difficult to understand?
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Questions and Answers / Re: New to the forum
« Last post by mr j on July 26, 2017, 11:38:05 PM »
The Genius?

Okay, and here we go.
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Questions and Answers / Re: New to the forum
« Last post by thegenius on July 26, 2017, 08:10:33 PM »
I have 6 methods
all short term.

1. Zero neighbours
Backing numbers around zero after zero has been out or numbers around that area have been out.

2. Ortiers
Backing number 31 through to 17 covering all red or black orphelins and tier. I would go with the majority on the colour.

3. Parallel
If I see numbers falling opposite each other on the wheel then I'll pick those two opposite numbers and include + 4 either side.

4. In-between
Looking at the last numbers out working from the oldest to the most recent I take the last two numbers and note what number lies in the middle on the wheel then repeat this process moving along the history of numbers till I reach the most recent and bet those numbers, usually I have a total of six numbers.

5. Triangulate
Look at the last three numbers out and draw a triangle joining them together wait for the next number out and then rotate the nearest point of the triangle to that number and bet on the other two points of the triangle +4 numbers either side.

6. Best guess / Psychic selection
Go with the flow.

All can be viewed on YouTube Ground is Key
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