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The making of HEXAGON
« on: March 18, 2016, 08:26:22 PM »
Hello ladies and gentlemen.

This is not an attempt to sell a system, or promote one. I have no such desires. I am more here to share my experiences with this fascinating game.  So see this rather long post,  as more of a little story about my background in this volatile river with its dangerous rapids we all have come to know as roulette.

Let me introduce myself.  My name is Thomas and I recently stumbled over this, what seems to be a most excellent roulette forum.

I´ ve been an avid fan of this game for over three decades now, and still can´t stop being fascinated by its dynamics, beauty and being a  source of most satisfying entertainment and income.

That is,  if used with discipline, good knowledge and above all, good tools at your side as you play in a good casino.

First of all,  before I continue,  you have to excuse my inadequate english as it is not my first language, but I promise to try my best making myself understandable.

Since my first encounter with this game, the first question I asked myself was; “Is it possible to develop some form of system that can produce a satisfying stream of income, on a daily, or weekly basis?”. 

At the time I asked this question there were no computers,  able to handle the needed processing power and interface needed for a real-time calculus versus any available casino. Heck, there was not even an Internet! LOL.

Any developed system you could apply, you had to calculate the various odds and algorithms in your head,  just by using a pencil and paper at a live casino, like the Casino of Baden-Baden at the famous wonderful town of Baden-Baden, Germany, or the Monte Carlo Casino,  in Monaco.

Suffice to say,  I soon discovered, having gone through every available roulette system and betting strategy for such manual purposes , that all were far to simple, unstable, with horrid odds when applied on the long run, and due to lack of superior data-processing power, unable to offer the player a sufficient edge over the casino.

You may be able to count cards at the Black Jack table, if you belong to a tiny elite of well trained gamblers, but calculating the various percentages needed for a powerful roulette-system,  like for example predicting a number  based on the computation of the latest 30 numbers, with a bet size, being  11 number wide strip on the wheel, with that number in the center of the targeted wheel slot, made me develop a system that used 600,000 calculating cells, processing over 100,000 algorithms every time I entered a new drawn number.

I could only do this when I bought a sufficiently powerful computer around 2005.  Perfect for my theory of developing systems applicable on Online Casinos. No RNG:s, only Live play with real dealers.Before that, such tasks were impossible.

I developed many such systems. But none of them could offer me a satisfying, working every day, or weekly income for the game I loved.

Sure , I had systems producing unbelievable results were I could win 15-18 times in a row out of 20 predicted spins  (with my 11 number betting strategy), but the very same system could next day produce a loss of the entire bank roll (when I stress tested it without stop loss methodology and sometimes even with implemented stop loss).

They were all what I would call unstable systems, that  once they were stressed tested, were unable to make the player relaxed, with a secure view over things as the game developed.I realized, that a good system needed to be so efficient, considering the usual online casinos that do not have visiting clients but dealers that spin the wheel for a tv, with the average spin taking around 60 seconds from one wheel spin, time to bet and to next wheel spin.

A player could most count on 20-30 seconds of thinking and betting time before the sign “no-more-bets” came up.There is also an extremely important factor known as gambling psychology.

Yes, I have met many players , that like to talk and brag about their systems, but if you could look at them when they are on a losing streak,  you can see how they lose faith in their own system , by the way they do “side bets”  (to hedge the already “secure” system LOL).

You know, a good strong mind, stable and self-confident in the system it applies,  is Alpha and Omega in all gambling. If anyone tells you otherwise, they are lying, or merely plain stupid. I can spot a professional player, confident in his system by the way he or she bets. It tells you a lot if they are going to leave a table as winners or losers.

For the past ten years I have developed, as a hobby,  around 800 such systems,  covering every aspect of the roulette game.From the wheel bias analysis (forget it,  as todays wheels are incredibly precise), to various pattern-plays on the table, and of course even the theories of a very interesting , but half mad American gentleman,  that offered something called Vibrational math.

It was supposedly a quasi-science developed by him,  where he believed every number had a specific innate frequency to which it interacted in a sort of interdependence with other numbers at any given moment of the day.

For example, such as  15,434Hz was the fixed vibration for number 0, up to 123,420Hz for number 36. If you applied these frequencies on roulette, as to calculate the various combinations of numbers that had been spun previously (usually 15-20 numbers), you were supposed to be able to predict at least the next two upcoming spins (on a eleven number wide strip on the wheel)  based on a rather complex algos a sufficiently certain probability the next number.

Sure I tested his theories, and I do mean really tested. Developed massive amounts of algos, where I could  see things like this at the other end come up (this is but one of many system platforms I developed, many years back).

In the inserted  first image below,  you see one of these many, many, systems  This one called System VR 1.http://postimg.org/image/za91ue79b/

The arrows from number one shows how the system predicts with a history of  57-64% hit rate for those six columns you see to the right in the image. All color-coded for easy identification. You can also see them applied on the wheel  for instant reading and betting. A sort of “look and play” tool that grants you valuable seconds to place your bet before the dealer closes the online table for the next spin.

As you see in the image the system predicted the upcoming area around number 2 rather precisely (bet on 25 with 5 numbers on each side of the number on the wheel gives you a loss of -11 as number 26 comes up (which the system warned had a 57% hit record history in green column with number 35 as it next predicted 11 bet area). 

Next drawn number is 17 which is a win and gives back +25 units.In image 2 you see further down the session an interesting development;http://postimg.org/image/fbxs5rby7/

The system is now on 42 units plus, and the next predicted area is around number 30 with 62% probability and around 24 with 52%. A bet on 36 gives a loss (-11) and a win (of +25 units) on the second spin (25thspin in the image).

  If you watch the Unit ledge (past games) you see that the system had a good harvest of units earlier that day. 576 units to be exact. It was a good day.But in my meticulous eyes and high demands of continuous stability this system didn’t hold water.

Though very promising and very easy to play with its “Look and play” design, I put it back into the archives of more promising system to recheck in the future should I not find anyone better and more stable.And so, I went  on….until I looked back at some old systems involving dozen play and realized that now, many years later and more experienced I could approach it in ways I couldn’t  in the beginning of my system-development hobby.

So I proceeded with an originally very simple system, that I decided to rebuild and add some very important features and necessary betting information,  in order to make a bet as fast and secure as possible in the volatile sea of probability.

When it was finished, and stress tested over an extended period, I realized a beauty was born.

I chose to call it Hexagon due to the continuous six "dozen" and "column"  of number producing series.

http://postimg.org/image/twev0l6wv/

But that is another story, for another rainy day ;) 

To..be continued.
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2016, 08:41:38 PM »
Hello and welcome.

Interesting post. I really hope "This is not an attempt to sell a system, or promote one". Looking forward to the second part.
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #2 on: March 18, 2016, 08:50:19 PM »
Hello.

No. I don´t need to sell my system. It makes me money and gives me also the special pleasure, roulette grants a player, when he, or she, is able to "predict" the most probable outcome with sufficient security and stable continuity.

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T

 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #3 on: March 19, 2016, 01:09:03 AM »
Hello.

No. I don´t need to sell my system. It makes me money and gives me also the special pleasure, roulette grants a player, when he, or she, is able to "predict" the most probable outcome with sufficient security and stable continuity.

regards

T
As my username suggests , I am a sceptic. Like kav hints  I think your "Free Video" is luring the unwary to buy "something".
That aside , your system
Needs a 1,000 bankroll ?
Uses a unit of 10 ? (100 units @10 )
Waits for 20 spins before betting ?
Like kav I look forward to your following posts .Everyone in this forum is interest in claims of " The Holy Grail".
BTW Congratulations on your English. It  is good . 
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #4 on: March 19, 2016, 06:02:38 AM »
Listening...
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2016, 06:27:16 AM »
Sorry man... But your post seem a bit dodgy... I don't know if I should play roulette or fall in love.
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #6 on: March 19, 2016, 08:04:35 AM »
Ha, ha, ha...nice one. Well, as i do not know how to insert images into this forum i chose that image uploader as to solve the problem of attaching some images of one of my many developed gaming platforms.

The young lady, that you saw beneath, I guess is on the house, or lets say, the curse of connecting yourself to "services, free of charge" ;)
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #7 on: March 19, 2016, 08:25:23 AM »

As my username suggests , I am a sceptic. Like kav hints  I think your "Free Video" is luring the unwary to buy "something".
That aside , your system
Needs a 1,000 bankroll ?
Uses a unit of 10 ? (100 units @10 )
Waits for 20 spins before betting ?
Like kav I look forward to your following posts .Everyone in this forum is interest in claims of " The Holy Grail".


You do now where your nickname derives from, don´t you? Being originally of greek birth, but raised in a northern region of Europe, I still "react" to anything of "greek" origin, especially if it has ancient root.

Diogenes Laertius at IX. 73–74, sums up Scepticism for anyone interested in its true definition quite well which puts anything produced by an open, creative mind, in the Sceptic’s unappreciating and limited ballpark. A Sceptic´s approach t things of any given permutation is a fascinating approach to the unlimited possibilities of a Universe, versus a mind of high, yet still limited knowledge/intelligence in comparison,  to say the least.


           "The Sceptics, then, were constantly engaged in overthrowing the dogmas of all schools, but            enuntiated none themselves; and though they would go so far as to bring forward and expound the dogmas of the others, they themselves laid down nothing definitely, not even the laying down of nothing  saying, for instance, “We determine nothing,” since otherwise they would have been betrayed into determining; but we put forward, say they, all the theories for the purpose of indicating our unprecipitate attitude, precisely as we might have done if we had actually assented to them."

When it comes to the bankroll of 1000 Euros contra the unit-size of 10 Euros, yes the system is suffciently played with that 10:1 factor,  in terms of money/betting management. At least in my case.


You could as easily play it with 100 euros with 1 euro units, on a low limits table and work yourself up to a larger bankroll.

Personally,  I find 1000 - 3000 euros  a nice and sufficient bankroll to risk, when I choose to enjoy the game, knowing my return will land in the near ballpark of 30-40% after a days play (which includes 1-3 sessions, depending on the number/pattern appearances during 40-80 spins in each entered session).

If I play more than that, something, what i call (in a coming post) "psychological/enviromenatal" interference  starts to affect the system, increasing the risk of a losing session occuring before the end of the day.
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #8 on: March 19, 2016, 08:53:48 AM »
Well Thomas dont hold back. You now have an eager audience, we want to read as much as we can about your system.
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #9 on: March 19, 2016, 09:13:46 AM »
Continuing the series with this post made in a format more akin to the Q&A technique. I found it necessary as some here believe I am trying to sell something, they cannot develop themselves.

Are you here to sell us a “roulette system”?
Thirty years ago, when I was a curious, and rather arrogant and snobbish young lad, I decided to enjoy the French/Italian Riviera.

I guess it was a kind of a romantic trip, stretching from the sun drenched coastline and beauty of S:t Tropez , through the extravagances of Monaco, passing through the lush border of Italian Ventimiglia, and down to the tiny,  yet gorgeous village of Cinque Terre, close to Portofino, Italy.



In a tiny "motel"/pink house, belonging to an old lady, on a special hot summer day,  I recalled an encounter I had with a wise old gambler in his 80s, during a week long visit at the Monte Carlo Casino.


It was in the luxurious high-stake tables known at those times, as “Salon Prive”,  which today also are known as “Salons Super Prives”. (even an old lady like Miss Monte Carlo can decide to upgrade her looks as to keep attracting young and old gamblers, into her inner sanctum...LOL).


As I was putting down rather hefty bets at the roulette table, trying out some rather ludicrous betting system, the inexperienced "me" of those times had bought from a passing by gambler the previous day of visit,  I was loosing a lot of money.


Beside me, stood this old man that smiled as he observed how I was betting all over the place, as the losses increased and asked me some questions about what "system" I used, and if I had developed it myself? I told him that I was new to this game and had bought it for a small sum, from a gambler I had shared a dinner table at the Monte Carlo Restaurant two days earlier.

He looked at me with a compassionate smile and gave me one of the best advices of my life. That is the “gambling-aspect” of my life;

“Anyone offering to sell you a gambling system, has instantly forfeited its trustworthiness.”


Today,  so many years later,  I really understand what he meant and why he said it. 

If you cannot understand, or accept the basis of the old mans axiom, I am afraid you do not understand the basics of any system development, based on biased, or, unbiased number/symbol/pattern generation, be it number/symbol/pattern generators like a dice game like craps, card games like black jack, or, the crown jewel of all games of chance - roulette.

But to be blunt.

Heck, no!  I am just here,  not only for my own amusement, but also to hopefully take part and discuss various roulette systems, and of course share my experience with system-development through an entire decade of deep research into the various aspects of this game.

I chose the rather “selling” and smirky title of my OP,  as a colorful  introduction of myself and my experiences from dealing with general system-development based on observation/analysis of complex number/symbol/pattern generators.


If anything,  try to see it as my cup of “humour”  mixed with a certain measure of seriosity.

What signifies a good “roulette-system” and Is Hexagon such a system?


Let me answer the last part of the question first.

Let me be clear. Hexagon is a rather advanced system,  developed and simplified in terms of user friedliness for my own personal use and my own specific set of skills (and needs), when it comes to active roulette gambling.


Its main purpose was as much to entertain myself as to make me some money which served to to prove its validity (and stability) in real life play during any given period, I decided to participate in the game. 

Additionally, of course,  it was developed  to reduce the “gambling-factor” to a minimum,  as to not destroy the invested bankroll after continuous use against the dreaded “house edge–monster”.


A "monster" ;) which, according to most gamblers,  swallows and spits out the bones of any gambler trying to beat the “house” with a mere paper and pencil, or their own minds.

I soon realized that no Live Casino with a physical play at their tables can ever be beaten (on the long run) because of the limits every casino sets in terms of rules (no calculators or computers allowed at the table), mixed with environmental interference which any seasoned gambler can testify to be true.



What do you mean?

Michael Small, a statistician at The University of Western Australia in Perth once said,  "Knowing the initial conditions of a game like roulette, allows you to beat the odds. And in some cases you can beat them significantly.


”The famous “house-edge” of roulette is nothing compared to the  “house/Casino-edge” based on the human weaknesses and inability to deal with psychological obstacles,  due to environmental interference, and the analytic ignorance,  which is lack of strategic chance/betting analysis-distribution in the mind of the game-participating player.

Eliminate the latter  factors by playing in a calm environment (your home)  with a system platform based on the superior calculation speed of a computer and a coherent, understandable interface, and you will discover that the tiny house-edge of the roulette (European) including the Casino(house) edge, based on environmental interference, Casinos have developed to an art,  is turned against them,  and with way, way room  to spare ;)

Why, and above all, how, you may ask?

As I told you in one of your earlier questions, Hexagon was  tailor-made,  based on the pre-requested specs I had set up for myself from my earlier “failures” to develop a fast, easy to understand system, in order to enjoy playing against the few live dealer Casinos online.


I never use it against casinos that merely use CGI based gambling-platforms with roulette spins that are purely RNG based, with no live dealers. The latter is only for fools in my book.

Sorry for being blunt.

Anyhow, the specific requests were extracted from 30 years of experience and interest of the game, of which the last ten years were devoted to analyzing complex patterns and betting strategies arising during a roulette session.

This of course combined with real-time probability and risk calculation of said patterns, as they appear/emerge at any given moment at any given "live dealer roulette table".

Contrary to scam-artists and dishonest people  that want to cheat the casino by the use of illegal means,  like those famous Russians that applied cloaked laser-based equipment and computers,  to “loot” an English Casino on millions before they were apprehended, I developed Hexagon to follow the rules of a good Casino, but with superior tools at my disposal, whenever I decided to play online.


For me it was not, and has never been, about greed, or become rich through any system. For me it was about enjoying the game, like enjoying a good cup of Java, and of course earning a nice return (30-40%) every time I risked my bankroll, as a verification that the system worked in real life gaming.

Who knows, perhaps this ability released some measures of serotonin in the brain of this old man, granting a special satisfaction few other things on this planet could.


Excuse me, but you seem to have evaded answering the “how” in more precise terms in your previous response, am I right?

(laughs)… Sure you are!


Now,  the “how”,  I will show in a later phase. Perhaps in part 3 of this original OP, but when it comes to specific details.  Well,  I suggest you pay attention to what I tell you in my posts about my experiences that lead to the development of HEXAGON, my work and philosophy before its conception, and use something of what I say here as to make a system of your own!Remember the golden axiom of the old man, I told you about.

That saying was based on great wisdom of observing and participating in the complex number/pattern generating game of Roulette and the dealings with people who always thought of an easy money making, or get rich quick scheme could beat the complexity of the former. 

Trust me, that saying, will save you a lot of money and perhaps even make you challenge your own Mind. With challenge I mean as to kindle it,  to come up with the ultimate system for yourself, by yourself, all based on your own specific set of developed skills and pre-requirements needed as to enjoy the game and make a nice buck.  ;)
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #10 on: March 19, 2016, 09:28:51 AM »
Well Thomas dont hold back. You now have an eager audience, we want to read as much as we can about your system.

Thank you, Enroo. Just keep reading my posts and comments and you will have a rather good idea what I am trying to contribute to this forum. :)
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #11 on: March 19, 2016, 09:53:17 AM »
Welcome! You seem to be well versed in English! The only error I spotted  so far had to do with LOSING
(many people spell it with "double o". Maybe they also support 00 Double Zero  :)))

One week ago I visited SPIELBANK DUISBURG.  The most modern casino in Germany, I believe.
With a rather futuristic interiour.

Could you please tell us, if you are going to explain  the whole system and nothing but the system
before long?

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #12 on: March 19, 2016, 10:04:32 AM »
Welcome! You seem to be well versed in English! The only error I spotted  so far had to do with LOSING
(many people spell it with "double o". Maybe they also support 00 Double Zero
One week ago I visited SPIELBANK DUISBURG.  The most modern casino in Germany, I believe.
With a rather futuristic interiour.

Could you please tell us, if you are going to explain  the whole system and nothing but the system
before long?

I believe I have responded your question in The making of HEXAGON (part 2).

I will most probably, if I have the time, and if the forum accepts a rather looong ;)  or laaarge post,  with at least six to seven images of the Hexagon in play at various stages of a single session, with explanatory arrows pointing out its various automatized functions and betting strategy.

 I can always paste links to the images that I upload to my usual Image uploader if the forum moderators object.

Anyhow, it may serve to inspire you, to one day perhaps build something of your own making, but with the thinking behind the creation of HEXAGON as basis for your own platform.

After all, how many ancient authors have not inspired new ones,  and how many new artists like Picasso and Chagall or Miro,  havent in their subconsciousness, found inpiration from the effort and beauty, produced by those preceeeding them throughout the ages?
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #13 on: March 19, 2016, 10:16:30 AM »
Yes the forum accepts your long post and images, we want to hear how your system works please! :) I have all night, I am excited!
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #14 on: March 19, 2016, 10:16:56 AM »
maybe it will be explained in the making of hexagon part 387 :P