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thomasleor

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Number distribution in chaotic systems
« on: May 21, 2017, 06:46:17 PM »
As I have mentioned in my earlier posts, number distribution in chaotic systems, in our example, roulette, are based on a large number of strange attractors that are too complicated to calculate effectively at any given moment.

I also mentioned that I only needed at least  20 numbers from a wheel (not RNG) in my most advanced platforms to implement a viable bet solution against the wheel.

In my simpler platforms, the so called trackers/mappers, I can even go down to 10 numbers and with that number distribution instantly find trends, isolated "islands" with a clear betting point and so on. Combined with effective NO BET signals the user of such platforms drives rather safely through the entertaining world of Live Roulette.

An example of such a mapper is the VR Wheel Plotter (I know its a nerdy name but still it kicks ass). In this Real Money session against Casino International the Dealer that entered was instantly revealed by the tracker where his spins where going. Remember, that every number you see on the track board carries with it all necessary data of its Chaotic path to probable appearance. The speed of the wheel, the most minute flaw in the wheel, the dealers way of throwing the ball, or snapping it and so is a bias that the appeared number reveals.

Watch this nice little session (the plotter is here in post analytical mode) where the profit was little over +300 units in 34 spins and above all, 22 e-bets (effective bets) with an average return per bet of +15.8 units!

Max dip during the betting sequence was -14 units. The Bankroll was in no risk at any given time.
The platform has several inbuilt security warning measures when the losses become deeper than a set threshold value and so on. Much like driving a safe VOLVO).



and the final betting sequence.



The path of the distribution above is clear and easy profitable. Bet selections where 7722 bet protocol (7+7 units +22 units win -14 loss) and 1323 BP (13 units wide sector -13 loss or +23 win).

I see many here who struggle with large number sequences, sometimes into the absurd and earn a measly 20-50 units (if they are lucky). My platforms can make 10x that in an hour or as the VR WP in the image above in some 40 minutes at a live wheel from a good online casino. This is what my team at VRTech enjoys and much more. As I said before, I don´t need to sell my platforms, but I love good people testing them as to provide me with feedback data I can use in my ongoing R&D for future platforms.

When you apply good science, structure and right approach paired with good intuition, anything is possible. Even in the world of [seemingly] Random Generated Numbers in live roulette wheels. Hope this inspires some of you to RETHINK your ways and approach the problem from a POV you never thought of. ;)
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Re: Number distribution in chaotic systems
« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2017, 01:29:53 AM »
Very interesting and informative Thomas. Thank you.
 
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Re: Number distribution in chaotic systems
« Reply #2 on: May 22, 2017, 08:44:07 AM »
Hi Thomas,

Your results seem impressive. Maybe you've posted some details on this in other threads, but can you say something more about the process of selecting bets and how  you actually do it, or the algorithm(s) used?  You mention intuition, I assume that means that the selections are not entirely mechanical.  Do your platforms indicate "triggers" or just provide data which the user has to know how to interpret? Thanks.
 
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Re: Number distribution in chaotic systems
« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2017, 12:24:01 PM »


Bayes, thank you for your inquiry.

As I wrote in my earlier posts about my platforms, they have been developed through many years of R&D with feedback data from solely land based and online Casinos.

They can be divided in three categories:

1/ Platforms based of Frequency distance Differentiation and Harmonics (they were the most complex to build but possess extreme sector accuracy as verified by my VRTech Team of testpilots using them against the best Online Casinos in Europe). The algorithms calculating the most probable sector,  are divided in sub algos and main algos, and count in the tens of thousands working collectively in producing the next most probable sector in the upcoming spin. (which demands a good processor in ones computer)

2/ Platforms based on Wheel distance differentiation. Based on the interrelated distance between the 8-10 (depending on platform) latest spun numbers, where both directions are calculated. As every upcoming number contains within it the BIAS of the wheel this application is even more precise than ordinary VB where you only have your eye and your brains ability to predict the most probable sector on the wheel. Some even use tiny computers (like Thorpe in US during the 50s or today´s used by many techies from especially former Eastern Europe). But if they get caught they are barred from every casino in Europe  due to their new highly efficient database. My platforms based on WDD produce no such problems as the calculation and bet selection is finished in a second after the last spin is fed to the platform and the Casino has no chance of suspecting assisting software behind my bets.

3/ The simplest platforms I develop are the Wheel Mappers/Plotters. As you have seen in my latest post. There are no sophisticated algorithms ion them except a few necessary excel formulas to enable plotting according to the wheel distribution with each spin. The rest is up to ones own intuition combined with some insight into correlated number distributions in physical number generators like the roulette wheel.

All my platforms have inbuilt money management, stop loss warning lamps, Charted variance curve information on your made bet selection against the house and so on which secures a positive outcome with profits from everything from at worst -10 to -30 units (very rare) to up to +600 units, with an average income of around +200 to 300 units.
The necessary amount of spins are usually around 60 -70 spins. Max dip loss during a session is at an average -26 units.

Now to show you that even the simplest platforms like the VR Wheel Plotter can be efficient during a session, lets see the following example from a recent session (the platform is in post analysis mode and I have removed the money management section for the sake of pointing out the bet selection strategy)

Here we see the Wheel plotter with both CW spins (yellow columns) and CCW spins (green columns) plotted with the ten latest spins:



As you see it might be a bit difficult to determine the next most probable sector for the green CCW spin (which the analysis column to the furthest left show to be 33). Hence we let all CW (yellow) plots go invisible by turning a switch to setting 1. Then this is what we see.



So what do you see? 

Hard to determine?   Well, a trained eye like mine sees the following in a couple of seconds and then quickly makes a bet selection which is put on the Roulette Race Track (+table).



As you see the predicted ball intercepting sector is basically coming up the next 2 CCW spins (33 and 10).

I hope this long post answers some of your questions. As you understand I cant be too specific on certain details as my platforms are reserved only for myself and my Team that have received them free of cost against the only demand of producing a test session against the best online casinos and report back to the team with a strict protocol (which they gladly do since some of them make a lot of money). Up till this date none of my platforms have ever busted the entire Bankroll, not even 15% of it. The most common size of the bankroll is 300-400 units( depends on platform) and a stop loss of half that size (though not even such an event has ever happened in all our thousands of tests for over a year now).
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Re: Number distribution in chaotic systems
« Reply #4 on: May 22, 2017, 01:55:50 PM »

Just a question , Thomas, not a criticism.
Peace Bro.  !
Why the need for300 / 400 Bankroll if stop - loss is 150 /200 ? How can you be sure of such a stop-loss if using 300 / 400  ?
I use a 10 unit Table Bank but am prepared to lose ALL of it if no prior win.
 

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Re: Number distribution in chaotic systems
« Reply #5 on: May 22, 2017, 02:46:35 PM »
Thanks Thomas for the detailed reply. Interesting stuff. I've long been of the opinion that, contrary to what the AP's say, it is possible to make use of only the numbers spun (plus basic physical variables such as direction of spin) in order to make better than random predictions, although I doubt whether it could be done without a fair bit of number crunching, which rules out play in B & M casinos.

I've been working for a while now on a program which does some heavy statistical analysis on outcomes considered from various perspectives. The objective is  to combine the generated measures into some kind of prediction formula. Results so far are encouraging, and your posts have inspired me to increase my efforts.

I think if we torture the data enough it will give up its secrets.  ;D
 
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Re: Number distribution in chaotic systems
« Reply #6 on: May 22, 2017, 04:12:00 PM »
Through years of research I have discovered that direction of spin is very important. Accordingly I applied a color coding on my platform for the next coming direction, lime green for CCW and yellow for CW. This according to Goethes Color Theories which despite certain disapproval by the present science in that area still catches my attention easiest giving me split second information that is valuable when you consider the short bet windows most online casinos have today (though I know some with long bet windows).

Another good rule of having color coded spin directions in your list is that if you know CCW is coming up but staring at the screen and seeing the wheel already goes CCW and CW is the next spin you know you missed to enter a number into your spin list which can have dire consequences calculation wise for your software. This happens easily if you play more than 2 hours.

I am glad to hear that you got inspired by some of my posts. And I agree. Data needs sometimes torture to reveal the underlying chaotic reality that produced them.  8)
 

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Re: Number distribution in chaotic systems
« Reply #7 on: May 22, 2017, 04:15:04 PM »

Just a question , Thomas, not a criticism.
Peace Bro.  !
Why the need for300 / 400 Bankroll if stop - loss is 150 /200 ? How can you be sure of such a stop-loss if using 300 / 400  ?
I use a 10 unit Table Bank but am prepared to lose ALL of it if no prior win.

The bankroll is there to serve 2 entire sessions with stop loss of -150 units each that may go bust (which has never happened) But then we have carbelts in case of a crash (that might never happen).
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Re: Number distribution in chaotic systems
« Reply #8 on: May 23, 2017, 05:21:33 PM »

Well that  answers my question ,Thomas . thanks. I thought you were referring to only one session.
Incidentally, your teams are " Testing" to try and IMPROVE your already  successful platforms  ?
 

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Re: Number distribution in chaotic systems
« Reply #9 on: May 23, 2017, 07:55:48 PM »
As a developer of sector predicting platforms I am never satisfied until I hit the one I deem to be perfection. Though my team is most happy with those they already use, I always find room for improvements. Perhaps I love the process of R&D, who knows?
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Re: Number distribution in chaotic systems
« Reply #10 on: May 23, 2017, 09:53:36 PM »
In more areas than roulette ?