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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Are Some Bets Worse Than Others?
« Last post by Fyodor on Yesterday at 11:03:22 PM »
Mr Dobbelsteen, "two or three numbers has a very large DTOP"-What exactly does that mean?
I am unfamiliar with some of your terms, re explaining your POV.
I have read very complex articles and strategy descriptions in these forums, and do not understand most of them, to be honest.
All I know, for sure, is that covering fewer numbers gives me the best possible return, the least stress, and a satisfactory outcome.
And Reyth, if you would like to play a single number or split exclusively, why don't you?
And how do you describe that as "additional cost"?
And a single wager "split"-I could not do that.
I sort of understand you regarding the continuity sequence of the layout, as I regard the wheel (number) sequence, but, for me the wheel sequence allows a zone cover, similar to a near-neighbour wager on a "racetrack" layout.
The only way to secure a "splits" wager, is to fill in and cover the intervening number.
There are only three positions on the wheel where that happens naturally, and nowhere on the layout.
Like watching a real horse race, but with roulette there is only one "horse" to watch.
Even though we all know it will win, the question is, did you/me/we/everyone/anyone back it to win?
Mr Dobbelsteen is correct when he says there are an infinite number of systems for roulette, and, in my opinion there could be more than that (I know around one hundred), but I find the simplest solutions to be the most effective.
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« Last post by kav on Yesterday at 01:00:46 PM »
Hi
Right now I have problem connecting to web, but I’ll be back soon.
Thanks
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Are Some Bets Worse Than Others?
« Last post by dobbelsteen on Yesterday at 12:00:29 PM »
Wager on one , two or three numbers has a very large DTOP. Loss and win fluctuate and the result is unpredictable. It is nearly impossible to develop a strategy.
The best way is to simulate a large event. 1000 spins is not enough to draw conclusions. The gabs between hits can be very large . Such manner of playing is very dull.On this forum you can not find reports of this kind of wagering.
My report of the DS gab method on the blog says very much.
The 10 step Martingale is not so bad as you describe. The chance for a bust is very very very small. This is also caused by the small wager sessions of a player.
The trigger of a 10 step Martingale is important. See the discussions about SSB.
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Roulette Systems / Play most of the numbers on a EU-wheel!
« Last post by Jesper on Yesterday at 05:12:51 AM »

Play most of the numbers on a EU-wheel!
(NOZ works better but needs a larger bankroll and sometimes the time limit can
be a problem. I have used BV AM-wheel with no HA as well, which pay 38 on a straight up).
Impossible to use at BM-casinos.

Cover the table with 35 chips, preferable 0.01.
In rare cases the bank can go low, 20000 units may be needed, but has up to now
not bust.(Which it will 'In the long run').
I have done hundreds of sessions.
The first attempt is to get 10 units in four spins.
We make four spins and remove the hitting number.
spin 1  = 1
spin 2  = 2
spin 3  = 3
spin 4  = 4

Total if no repeating number is 10 units.

We reset the table with 35 chips (auto on my internet Casino).
More than half the attempts will not hit an empty slot.

If we get a miss in the four first spin, we change the play and
use a very long progression until we are back on track. It can be
several 100 spins if the session goes that way.

We continue the play, remove the hits and ignore the misses.
When ever we are 10 units or more ahead we reset.

When 35 spins are ended and still on minus we progress with one unit,
we play the remaining bets with 2 units a number for up to 18 spins.
Reset if on track.

Next level is 3 units on remaining numbers for at most 12 spins.
We may need more levels.
4 for 9 spins
5 for 7 spins
6 for 6 spins
7 for 5 spins
8 for 4 spins
9 for 4 spins
10 for 4 spins
11 for 3 spins
12 for 3 spins
13 for 3 spins
14 for 2 spins
15 for 3 spins

If we are still back (it use to be not too much and just a few numbers).
We add a chip a spin on every numbers left.
If we reach 37 units a number, we have to see in the balance if
we can remove the last numbers on a hit, we may need reduce by 37 units
and continue adding on misses until the bets are zero or we are on new
higher balance.

The method can not end with a loss, if handled right and all numbers
are hitted and zero chips after removal on the last number.

The problem can be very long sessions in very rare cases very long.
We can lose, mostly due to too small bank, or our last numbers
will forever have a hitrate less then 1/36.
I have never seen a loss, but got one session well over 900 spins.
Normally we clean the table in less than 200 spins or stop as we are on plus.
Mathematical this method lose "in the long run" as ALL  do.
Try in fun a many games before using money!

The pic shows a session which had to run until the table went empty.
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Questions and Answers / Re: found picture of wheel that contains what I - think - is electrostatic repulsion
« Last post by heatmap on Yesterday at 01:56:35 AM »
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: NEW SYSTEM- FEW NUMBERS
« Last post by palestis on Yesterday at 12:27:39 AM »
How do you "pick" your original random numbers, to begin with, are they generated by an existing algorithm, or created some other way?
I picked them totally at random. But you have to pick a lot of them. In case one of the randomly picked  numbers comes up before the required "no show" spins. In that case you scratch that number out and go on to the next one.
By the way I don't use a complex computation formula for the random picking.  I just pick a group of numbers from 0-36. (Roulette numbers). Whatever comes in mind, or even copying a consecutive series  from an old score card.
Picking numbers that seem hot at the moment, does not guarantee that they will remain hot.
If they are the "head" of the frequently appearing mode, maybe they will continue to show up.
if they are in "tail", they may seize to appear. I have seen it all.
Most score boards list all hot numbers , color, dozens ,columns. If the casinos feel that using hot items, is their weakness, y would they offer them voluntarily?
Random numbers, random results is the only logical match.
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Questions and Answers / Re: found picture of wheel that contains what I - think - is electrostatic repulsion
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 12:20:06 AM »
Fyodor, thanks for kind words. Do l know you by any chance?
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Questions and Answers / Re: Want to know why you can't have a phone or any kind of device at a table?
« Last post by heatmap on November 23, 2017, 10:37:49 PM »
@mrperfect soon
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Questions and Answers / Re: Want to know why you can't have a phone or any kind of device at a table?
« Last post by MrPerfect. on November 23, 2017, 10:28:58 PM »
There is a tool they use to keep poket in place while glue dry out...  it looks like mark of one of these. If you could make a video of such a wheel in moviment, l would tell you for sure.
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Questions and Answers / Re: found picture of wheel that contains what I - think - is electrostatic repulsion
« Last post by Fyodor on November 23, 2017, 10:14:16 PM »
Heat, here is what I think is most likely to have caused the smudges/abrasions.
Two guys decided to buy a roulette wheel, to practice on and improve their knowledge of the game from the other side of the table.
They hunted through Craigslist and other auction sites online and published, and finally tracked down a retired Casino wheel (probably from Atlantic City or Vegas), within the price range, so they did the transaction, and had it FedExed home.
First thing they discovered about real roulette wheels, is that they are HEAVY, so they "unboxed" it on the FLOOR, and took photos of it, CLOSE-UP with an i-Phone 6 or equivalent.
Then they "played" with it, by casually spinning the ROTOR one way, then the other.
As there was no BALL immediately available, they just spun the ROTOR  back and forth, till the CAT joined in, dabbling at the pockets as they spun past.
So, this is a privately owned wheel, in fair condition, being seen by the new owners for the first time.
And they did not see anything other than normal wear and tear, (and CAT PAW PRINT SMUDGES) so why should we suspect anything else?
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