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Geoffrey

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #30 on: March 20, 2016, 03:30:02 PM »
dont wanna offend anyone, but you're taking to much time waisting hours on typing about your hexagon system. Nice if it works for you, but to be honest there's nothing so special about it. If i were you, being a bit more humble wont do anyone any harm

Lets see, you're promoting/ explaining a system wich takes hours of typing, and what we get is a 300 profit with 10 dollar units, with 2 hours of game time?

If i'm not mistaken, thats what this fuss is all about??
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #31 on: March 20, 2016, 05:31:00 PM »
dont wanna offend anyone, but you're taking to much time waisting hours on typing about your hexagon system. Nice if it works for you, but to be honest there's nothing so special about it. If i were you, being a bit more humble wont do anyone any harm

Lets see, you're promoting/ explaining a system wich takes hours of typing, and what we get is a 300 profit with 10 dollar units, with 2 hours of game time?

If i'm not mistaken, thats what this fuss is all about??

Hahaha...anything you say buddy. I walk away with 25-30% in profit 4 days of 5 from the casino. How is your system doing friend? can u do this ? if so congrats, you got a winning tool at your side.
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #32 on: March 20, 2016, 05:40:13 PM »
dont wanna offend anyone, but you're taking to much time waisting hours on typing about your hexagon system. Nice if it works for you, but to be honest there's nothing so special about it. If i were you, being a bit more humble wont do anyone any harm

Lets see, you're promoting/ explaining a system wich takes hours of typing, and what we get is a 300 profit with 10 dollar units, with 2 hours of game time?

If i'm not mistaken, thats what this fuss is all about??

just did a quick check of his numbers using my "Parlay 2 Dozen strategy.I haven't checked the columns because,
 like Dobbelsteen, I think that the dozens are much superior to columns.
The results are ;
Total bets were 63x2 pts. =126bet
16 -1st -2nd and 3rd - pays 2/1 so not to be recommended.
16- 1st-2nd and 4th =16x9=144 -profit of 18pts.
3 - 1st-3rd and 4th-3x9=27 = loss of 99pts.
24-2nd-3rd and 4th = 24x9=216=profit of 90 pts
4 - Zero  -4x36 =144 =  profit of 81pts.
With a Table Betting bank of 100 pts (50x2) I can make bets 10 times larger than The Hexagon and with  minimal thought.
So Plus 18 now reads 180
and minus 99 now reads minus 990 and
and plus 90 now reads 900 
You pay your money and make your choice but if, as mathematicians keep telling us, everything has an equal chance
in a game of chance then variance determines whether or not we profit.Casinos , too, are ruled by variance !
« Last Edit: March 20, 2016, 05:45:08 PM by scepticus »
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #33 on: March 20, 2016, 06:08:48 PM »
I would like to at least give credit to Thomas for making a detailed presentation of a system.
No matter if we believe this systems wins or not we should give him that IMO.
 

scepticus

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #34 on: March 20, 2016, 06:21:58 PM »
I would like to at least give credit to Thomas for making a detailed presentation of a system.
No matter if we believe this systems wins or not we should give him that IMO.

Agreed ,kav. But it is the long-winded way he took to finally get round  to explaining it. His first 3 posts could have been [size=78%]contained in one sentence-" I have tried many systems in my time but I have finally found a most profitable system."[/size]
I am sincere when I say I hope he regularly makes a profit.It demonstrates that roulette can be profitable no matter what our critics say - they deal in hypotheses while we deal in  reality !
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #35 on: March 20, 2016, 10:51:28 PM »
dont wanna offend anyone, but you're taking to much time waisting hours on typing about your hexagon system. Nice if it works for you, but to be honest there's nothing so special about it. If i were you, being a bit more humble wont do anyone any harm

Lets see, you're promoting/ explaining a system wich takes hours of typing, and what we get is a 300 profit with 10 dollar units, with 2 hours of game time?

If i'm not mistaken, thats what this fuss is all about??

Hahaha...anything you say buddy. I walk away with 25-30% in profit 4 days of 5 from the casino. How is your system doing friend? can u do this ? if so congrats, you got a winning tool at your side.

The method I actually use with a table betting bank of 100 pts. would have won 40 pts. in less than 20 SPINS .
I don't claim that it is better  than anyone else's- only that it does actually make a profit and that I am still waiting for the elusive Long Run to take my bankroll and my accumulated profits .
p.s.
this is the same one as I previously said needed only an 80 point bank . I got spooked at one point when I was down to my last bet with 80 pts. so chose to up it to 100pts. I like to feel comfortable when betting . Human failings at play ?
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #36 on: March 21, 2016, 07:46:54 AM »
I  still look forward to see  the system, the whole system and nothing but the system

Did you put your hand on the bible when you said that?  ;D

If so, sit down and read my new post where I used HEX yesterday evening on Celtic.
8)

No, I put my hand on "Gamblers Hymn" in the ancient  Indian scripture of Rig Veda, 10th Mandala.
Seek and you shall find!
 
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #37 on: March 21, 2016, 11:10:36 AM »
ThomasleorYhe images looks very well but I have no idea what you are betting.
Hexagon is a software program that create beautiful images. The basic of a system is i on which chance do you wager 2 which isnals do you use to bet and 3what is the betting schedule.
I like to see the results as diagrams.
I challenge you to refute my state that every system has  profit and loss periodes in a short run session.
I look forward to your results of a 500 spins sample of the dozensystem
 
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #38 on: March 21, 2016, 11:24:29 AM »
you'll be waiting for a long time dobblesteen. The system seems to be working nicely, but everyone knows there aint such thing as a bullet proof system.

I do respect thomas for his effort and i dont blame him for believing in his system. But trusting on in blindfully will 'kill' him sooner or later.

and also there are some posts that are contradicting earlier statements so.

Oh and nice to see someone in my native language, tho i'm belgian :D
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #39 on: March 21, 2016, 11:38:05 AM »
Geoffrey op roulette.nl schrijf ik een wekelijkse column over roulette.  de site is erg commercieel maar mijn artikelen worden heel veel gelezen.
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #40 on: March 21, 2016, 01:17:50 PM »
bedankt voor de info, zal ik later vandaag eens doorlezen, en ook eens tijd nemen om je blog hier door te lezen.
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #42 on: March 27, 2016, 08:22:59 PM »
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
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