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Roulette Systems / Re: Dream Catcher is better then roulette
« Last post by MrPerfect. on October 20, 2017, 08:03:56 PM »
Are you allowed to place bets while wheel is spinning? 
Roulette Systems / Re: Dream Catcher is better then roulette
« Last post by Reyth on October 20, 2017, 07:45:07 PM »
Kind of like Slots-Roulette :D

Welcome to the forum! :D
Roulette Systems / Dream Catcher is better then roulette
« Last post by komodora80 on October 20, 2017, 06:53:23 PM »

 I have good strategy for this wheel.

Dream Catcher - Basic Rules and Betting limits

In Dream Catcher, the wheel contains 54 equal segments, with 52 numbered 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 40, and two segments with a 2x multiplier and a 7x multiplier, with a unique colour for each segment.
 You simply bet on the number on which you think the wheel will stop. The payout odds are easy to remember as they match the numbers: e.g. a winning bet on 5 pays 5 to 1 (6.00, 5/1), 10 pays 10 to 1 (11.00, 10/1), and so on.

The Bonus Spin Multiplier

 If the wheel stops on a multiplier segment, then all bets remain in place. No new bets will be allowed and the wheel is spun again.

The outcome of the next spin (1, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 40) will determine the winning wager as usual, but the odds will be multiplied by 2x or 7x, depending on which multiplier the wheel stopped on in the previous spin.
Roulette Systems / Re: System DKP
« Last post by Reyth on October 20, 2017, 04:25:07 PM »
I would analyze the number coverage.  I would specifically be looking for a dimunition of our Divergence; are there now less numbers that are not covered by all systems?

How much overlap is there with other systems?

Actually, we might want to find a way of making the Divergence ZERO. O_o

Then we can play the gaps between the mutual numbers and choose the system that is the hottest or gapped recently the most or other such patterns. :)

There is a phenomenon I have found that I call "cumulative gapping" where, even though a system may have hit in the last spin even, it has a high level of gapping in a large amount of the selection -- I have discovered that this makes it more likely to hit!

If we monitor the performance of all the selections, we can determine the one that has the highest "cumulative gap" rating and when our Convergence meter runs high, we will always know which selection to play.

Just some ideas. :)
Roulette Systems / Re: System DKP
« Last post by funtomas76 on October 20, 2017, 04:20:24 PM »
Thanks for the link. Do you think it makes sense to expand dkp to dkpm ?
Trading secrets and strategies / Re: The future of cryptocurrencies
« Last post by MrPerfect. on October 20, 2017, 10:58:38 AM »
Guys, for these who follow..  buy!!!! A very thing related to ICO. It's a best time now and few month to come. While thing is being " regulated" it may be last opportunity for these who wanna inter market. Waves, neo, ether, nem, ..  attention on ripple... it came to stay.
 Dobbelsteen, what is a good side of " being in control" of your own nemesis?  So you just seat there and deside the exact time and moment and how frequently you are to loose? Or you are actually able to beat rng that is set up egainst you somewhere in remote webserver? 
Time for placing bets is one of the main advantages of 3d online roulette games.
In our Great guide of online roulette game providers we have a section where we compare live games vs 3D roulette and the pros and cons of each.
Visual Ballistics / Re: How l became Advantage player
« Last post by MrPerfect. on October 19, 2017, 10:01:56 PM »
 Proud Samsung user since times immemorial. ..  ;).
Casino Lounge / Re: A message for thanks to Charles win3million
« Last post by Reyth on October 19, 2017, 07:24:04 PM »
Thanks for your input Jun!

Just an update -- THIS IS EXTREMELY DIFFICULT ON AN INTELLECTUAL LEVEL -- I believe I have been focused in the right direction METHOD-WISE but applying that method I have been steeped in ignorance, well, because that's what I do best?

So keep in mind that the general method I post above is correct but some of the concrete data regarding specific spin scoring (C or R) may be incorrect; but the general method still applies.

Anyway, the framework for the testing software is complete but I am just now realizing the ignorance in application and am modifying the software to be completely accurate in accord with REALITY.

A person can go insane over this stuff...  Let me give you a little example:

The patterns that we trap by each Trigger, change based on the sequence.

In the results the repeting Col ( win) is not included....

Wow I just realized (after some more hair pulling) that I can simply make a program that runs all 64 sequences against each individual sequence and apply all 4 triggers to each of those 64 results, generating a score for each trigger for each of the 64 possible results for each possible sequence.

Did I just type that!?

Stage 1 Input all sequences COMPLETE
Stage 2 Generate all root bets COMPLETE
Stage 3 Score all triggers against each sequence COMPLETE
Stage 4 Output all scores COMPLETE
Stage 5 Produce analysis of all scores COMPLETE

Well some interesting news but ultimately bad news. :(

To my surprise, the patterns we bet against pre-existing sequences DO make a difference, in fact of the 4 triggers that I tested there will always be ONE of them that outperforms the rest.  I have attached an .xls sheet with the data, just change the .txt back to .xls before opening.

However, unfortunately even though one pattern will always do better versus a pre-existing sequence, the performance of those specific patterns are quite underwhelming; you can see on the sheet in the column entitled "Runs" how many times 6 bets were placed, with each hit yielding 1 point.  None of the patterns can even average a score of 1 hit per test.  There is still a column that is not accounted for with about a 31% chance but that, at best would make it less than 1.5 hits per test.

I didn't just accept the computer test, I went to a competitive roulette site and lost 4 sessions in a row.

So I am going to be giving up on this unless at some point I should think of something I missed.

Thanks for reading! :D
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