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Questions and Answers / Re: Hot.
« Last post by palestis on Yesterday at 01:55:19 AM »
So you have hot numbers from clockwise spins and hot numbers from CCW spins?
And could a number be hot in CCW spins and at the same time cold in CW spins?
If that's the case you make 2 lists.
Questions and Answers / Re: Do high roller tables cheat?
« Last post by palestis on Yesterday at 01:49:53 AM »
Casinos don't want to risk their license to operate.
Therefore it's not to their advantage to fix the game. Because if they could do it, someone will know about it. Dealer,  pit boss, wheel maintenance employee, manager etc.
If they ever get into a fight with casino management, or get fired or laid off, they can blackmail the casino. Or simply report it to the gaming commission, and they can unexpectedly can come and inspect the suspect wheel.
If found to be true they will be forced to close down the casino or pay a fine that will exceed the profits from such wheel 1000  fold at least.  Or even be forced to sell their license to someone else.
Questions and Answers / Re: Hot.
« Last post by Real on Yesterday at 01:47:23 AM »
It's also not helping that you're seeing a mix of different spin directions when you look at those old spin lists.

Roulette Systems / Re: Double Dozens
« Last post by Real on Yesterday at 01:41:00 AM »

I'm sorry, but the facts are what they are.  All of the experts, mathematicians and history agree.

A dozen could theoretically show up 1,000,000 times in a row, but there are more ways for it to not show up that many times in a row.  If there's an open pocket on the wheel, then the ball can land there!

If you're in doubt, just count the number of pockets that the ball can land in at each spin.

And you're failing to mention cumulative probability.


The cumulative probability doesn't change based on what's hit on past spins either.  Again, just count the pockets.
Roulette Systems / Re: NEW SYSTEM: SINGLE DOZEN
« Last post by palestis on Yesterday at 01:29:16 AM »
I just wanted to clear things up with the virtual business.
You mentioned the LLW where the W is a virtual win after 2 actual trigger losses. I don't do it this way.
The way I play it (because the minimum chip here is high and therefore I don't want to risk high amounts with progression),
I wait for 2 virtual LL.  2 losses but no money wasted.
Then I start the betting for the next 2 triggers, If won I stop.
Then I search for another roulette that displays LL. (2 virtual losses), and if found I play up to 2 triggers with real money.
When you have 5 roulettes around you is not that time consuming to locate an LL.
If it takes more time I might revert to 1 L  (1 virtual loss).  That's very easy to locate.
However,  if I play an air ball machine where the min. is low, I don't look for virtual losses.
I can handle a long progression, without worrying.
Roulette Systems / Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Last post by palestis on Yesterday at 01:07:10 AM »
Yes I found the mistake.
In this system,  the 3 losing results immediately become the trigger for the next 3 bets.
I only chose 3 new numbers in my initial post to avoid making the picture confusing, with too many parenthesis and circles. 
In real life that's how I tested it. You don't wait for 3 new numbers. You only do that in the XYX system.
But for some reason I can't explain, using the 3 results as the new trigger works much much better.
In addition I only tested against real spins from a live casino.
Many systems when I test from "" the results don't always conform with results from live roulettes.
In general I found that the results are the same as  the YXX system and never found 4 B2B. Never mind 5. 
All I can say is give it a longer test.

Questions and Answers / Do high roller tables cheat?
« Last post by sam41 on Yesterday at 12:58:30 AM »
Have read that the high roller tables are more likely to use magnets. Anyone have a view? For online and b&m please.

Are high rollers allowed to see under the wheel that nothing is there before they play?
Roulette Systems / Re: NEW SYSTEM: SINGLE DOZEN
« Last post by sam41 on Yesterday at 12:54:26 AM »
Why? How likely is it to go LLWLL? (with the W being your virtual win) for me thats extremely unlikely so waiting for the virtual win is a good idea to get back on track. Only after 2 losses though,  not one. Just to play it safe.

I was looking at some spins from an online wheel earlier and spotted a  3 back to back loss (playing the yxx trigger only) and the next trigger won only on the 3rd spin so you needed 12 spins to win. The more I read here, the more I think moving to the divisor after 7 lost spins is not so wise. Perhaps a better option is after 2 losses (6 spins) wait for a virtual win then continue with up to 2 more triggers (6 spins) for 12 in all, progressing.  My original wagering plan for 12 spins was 199 units needed.

Has anyone seen LLWLL come up?

Roulette Systems / Re: NEW SYSTEM: SINGLE DOZEN
« Last post by palestis on Yesterday at 12:42:07 AM »

This is the closest thing I have ever seen to a universal forum system creation collaboration!

And grats to 50K views! :D
I bet HARRYJ is smiling in his grave. At least he left with a bang.
Roulette Systems / Re: Double Dozens
« Last post by MREKO on Yesterday at 12:33:57 AM »

Based on these probability, a dozen can show up 100, 1000 times in a row. In that case why we discuss here, that you say, always, every spin is 12/38 to hit the same dozen. We can close every roulette forum, and go to bed thinking on universe, and big life questions. It is not make sense.
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