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jhonny7388

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Book of roulette
« on: June 25, 2017, 10:54:06 AM »
Hallo ti everyone ( Sorry for my english) you Can suggestivo me some book Who speaker about how to build a money management dedicato ti out sistema the book must studi the roulette in matematical approah and statistiche with some example of distribution binominal... Bue bue thank if you help me


 

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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2017, 02:26:28 PM »
Hi jJonny
1 )
There are 37 numbers on the wheel so it is a multinomial problem - not Binomial .
2)
Binomial distribution can be used with 2 opposites .
Red versus Black
Odds versus Evens
High versus Low 
and making allowance for the zero.
The Binomial  approach is used by our lazy critics .
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I don’t know of any honest  book that deals with the maths aspect of roulette .
If you intend using a maths based approach then I think you will find my Nine Blocks for Dozens and Columns  and 5 in 7 for Even Money bets useful. These can be used in conjunction with each other . 
You will find many views on Money Management  in many fora and books.
 

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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2017, 02:57:15 PM »
Hi Jhonny,

Contrary to what Sceppy said, there is excellent Math literature on Roulette. Both for basic and complex bets.

I suggest this one:  http://probability.infarom.ro/973875206Xsample.pdf

The Mathematics of Complex Bets  by Catalin Borboianu (Romanian matematician) . It covers any aspect, and or,  combination you might think of in both American and European Roulette.

Enjoy.

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Contrariamente a quanto ha detto Sceppy, c'è un'ottima letteratura matematica su Roulette. Sia per scommesse basilari che complesse. Suggerisco questo: http://probability.infarom.ro/973875206Xsample.pdf La matematica delle scommesse complesse di Catalin Borboianu (matematico rumeno). Copre qualsiasi aspetto, e o combinazione che si potrebbe pensare sia nella roulette americana che in quella europea.
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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #3 on: June 25, 2017, 04:28:13 PM »
Yes Thomas , an interesting book and may be of interest to johnny.
You are wrong , though, to claim that it contradicts what I wrote .It doesn‘t .  You rush too soon to judgement.
There are a number of books which deal with the maths , but , like this one, there is  no mention of WHAT to Bet and WHEN.
I assumed that   jjohnny was interested in the practical rather than the theoretical.
 Perhaps I was wrong in that assumption but if his interest is  only in the theoretical maths why come here ?
 

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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #4 on: June 25, 2017, 05:01:14 PM »
thank you to all....
 

thomasleor

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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #5 on: June 25, 2017, 05:05:13 PM »
Sceppy, so far, you have proven to me that you can barely add. That puts your mathematical skills at below kindergarten level.

Now if some members here choose to believe your claptrap ideas, then that´s their loss.

Btw. Shouldn´t you be on some Greek Island with your pension check, or was it long saved single 100€ bill,  which you so wanted to bet on some roulette table hoping your "system" holds muster?  ;D

And, something tells me Johnny would probably prefer to read something credible written by a good mathematician that has studied roulette on site and written a nice thesis on it, adding that knowledge  to his own personal experience, rather than reading your contrived, geriatric, mess.

And to answer your question, why he comes here, well it said roulette30 at the "door"...DUH?
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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #6 on: June 25, 2017, 06:28:06 PM »
 Jhony, look if you like any of these
http://forum.roulette30.com/index.php?topic=1339.0
 
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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #7 on: June 25, 2017, 08:42:50 PM »
Actually Thomas  it needs no  great  maths skills to play roulette . Just a bit of common sense and  to avoid the
 claptrap  like yours . If I got you into a Bricks and Mortar casino  I think I would expose you as a braggart who is full  of his own importance  - or - as some would say  full of SH*t  !
 

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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #8 on: June 25, 2017, 08:49:33 PM »
*Yawn*, yeah...whatever you say, bof. I am sure you ll scare the living daylights of the pit bosses in your holiday casino. Perhaps if you are a kind grandpa,  they ll bribe you with some baklava just to get rid of u before you crush the house with that horrifying 100€ bank roll of yours  ;D ;D
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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #9 on: June 25, 2017, 10:39:34 PM »

 :-[ You are proving my point  Thomas .
You are full of SH*T  !
 

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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #10 on: June 26, 2017, 08:02:47 AM »

 :-[ You are proving my point  Thomas .
You are full of SH*T  !

To a numerical illiterate like yourself,  Sceppy boy, anyone able to understand the intricate correlation between Roulette and applied Mathematics, is full of s***. 8)
 

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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #11 on: June 26, 2017, 08:08:32 AM »
That puts your mathematical skills at below kindergarten level.

Please don't forget the object you are referring to in your videos isn't even an equation.
Have a nice day ...
 

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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #12 on: June 26, 2017, 08:39:10 AM »
That puts your mathematical skills at below kindergarten level.

Please don't forget the object you are referring to in your videos isn't even an equation.
Have a nice day ...

The platform wasn´t based on the object. Anyone with even a drop of intelligence, having watched the rest of the video, should be able to conclude that.

The equation for the superposition principle you were jonsing for is found here:

http://physics.gmu.edu/~dmaria/590%20Web%20Page/public_html/qm_topics/superposition/superposition.html

Have a nice day.
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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #13 on: June 26, 2017, 01:08:10 PM »


 :-[ You are proving my point  Thomas .
You are full of SH*T  !

To a numerical illiterate like yourself,  Sceppy boy, anyone able to understand the intricate correlation between Roulette and applied Mathematics, is full of s***. 8)

So you admit that you are full of SH*T  ?
As for this being a roulette forum I  assumed  that  JJohnny was looking for a METHOD using a maths based approach . I don't think that The  Book you mention has any Methods  in it.
  .The odds in favour of the casino cannot  be wished away by maths alone  unless we first make an assumption
so your  "intricate correlation between roulette and  applied mathematics " is clearly unnecessary -  except in your fevered mind..
Your reference to my "100 E " bankroll reveals  your  ignorance of my previous post / s where I said that I could AFFORD a lot more but chose not to.. I treat roulette as a hobby  - unlike you and your imaginary huge profits .
 

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Re: Book of roulette
« Reply #14 on: June 26, 2017, 02:56:10 PM »
Bla...bla..bla...The whining...Man....Almost unbearable...But then at your age its understandable. Do you talk like that with walls too  when people stop listening to that senile crapola?

I mean you say basically that you haven´t read the book, and yet you deem it unsuitable according to your assumptions, based on what? A hunch, or long experience of never reading any book, at all? Do they mass produce idiots where you come from, or are you some kind of unique idiot savant in self-chosen ignorance and wild gestimations?  ;D
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