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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #15 on: March 19, 2016, 10:20:35 AM »
Thomasleor .
Since the commodore 64 was introduced as a PC ,i study the roulette game.In all these years I have learned that systems cannot beat the roulette House edge. I have developped the long run and short run theory.
Short run trials hev the feature to end with a profit or lost.
Strategies can beat the roulette but never the HE.
the overall moneymanage is very important. I play nearly 4 times a week in a landbased casino. Not every visit is succesful At the end of the week I make the balance.
In my blog ,you can finda lot of explanation about my theory.
The basic for success is knowledge of short run random sequences. a lot of experience , skill and talent.
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #16 on: March 19, 2016, 10:25:24 AM »
To be succesfull it simply aint about a system or strategy, short or long runs. The only thing you need to control is money management, thats it. Pure and simple
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #17 on: March 19, 2016, 10:37:03 AM »

Since the commodore 64 was introduced as a PC ,i study the roulette game.In all these years I have learned that systems cannot beat the roulette House edge.

Sorry my friend, but you are wrong.
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #18 on: March 19, 2016, 10:52:07 AM »
maybe it will be explained in the making of hexagon part 387 :P

hahaa probably ;D
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #19 on: March 19, 2016, 03:37:51 PM »
Can you go show us a session with Hexagon, presenting and explaining its various functions and its P/L development during such a session?

To a certain degree, sure.

As I explained in my earlier discussions with you, the platform of Hexagon rose from a specific set of needs,  in terms of  user-friendliness, combined with fast processing of the various number/pattern appearances while playing the three dozens and the three columns.


 Included in the system is also a “Zero-predictor”, that lights up in green,  every time the system discovers
the probability of zero coming up,  and a bet must be put on zero to hedge the risk of loosing the bets on the D&Cs against its appearance.

Every such prediction and bet on the zero is valid for three spins, and unless the
parameters set for its appearance are not met, the lamp predicting its appearance will be in off-mode.

When you play the D&Cs,  you cannot apply a simple “point and figure” methodology that traders and economists often used to apply on financial instruments in the old times before todays computers with advanced software took over using far superior means as to predict market movements.

In order to make a reasonable profit from a session playing the D&C:s, once you know how to neutralize the threat from the zero with
sufficientefficiency,  you need to be able to have a system that analyzes all six D:C:s at any given moment and spin, returning values in the form of a platform that tells you instantly what has happened, and what is most probable about to happen.

In Online Roulette gambling, every second the clock is ticking,  counts. To the house, a gamblers errors are not forgiven. Your misunderstanding, or misplacement of bets is the profit of the house, increasing its edge or advantage over you, far morethan thanthe 2,7% you believe it to have.


Not only do you need a the floating statistic calculation of a certain set of spins, but also a formula that calculates fluctuations in terms of pattern appearances. One could say that the former
is presented as a progressive differentiation anomaly,  in terms of the "current lay of the land” compared to the apparent“direction of  the people building or removing houses on/from its soil.

The latter points to a way where the program can instantly tell you within a certain span of spins (often 2-3 spins) when an anomaly is presenting itself worth exploiting. All with a calculated percentage,  showing the difference in percentage between the floating probability algorithm contra the dynamic progressive one (pattern recognizing one).

The difference signals (depending on set parametersin the fine tuning section of Hexagon) when you could, should or not to bet. -

You cannot use D&C gambling in its totality on a manual table with a mere pen and pencil and get away a winner every time.

Sorry, but on a manual casino, even if you are lucky, playing evenings, when the Casino is full of people around the table, and each spinning session takes around 2-3 minutes, you will still find yourself waiting for perhaps hours  before a signal comes of one dozen or column being in play.

Why? because all six are not possible to analyze and decide ,which to bet on, without proper processing power at hand, and we all know what Casinos think of calculators, smartphones or laptops on the table.

So how does does it work then?

Hexagon plays only two, 12 number fields (beside its unique function of predicting the zero), of which one is the dozens and the other the columns. It does not play two dozens or two columns.

The latter is a loosing game (If you know your math youshould beable to understand why.)

The reason to this separated D&C play is the payout, when you have maximal pattern emergence, where a dozen and column runs simultaneously as winners.

This is where Hexagon gives the real boost or turbocharge in terms of profitability and enjoyment!

One could of course turn this the other way and talk about the opposite risk of increased loss but the system have very sophisticated inbuilt tools that minimizes such a bad run,  very fast.

To accomplish this complex set of calculus needed , you have to build a platform that gives you maximum user friendliness in terms of time gain (usually, on most online studio casinos, like Celtic Casino, Ladbrokes or online Casinos like Lucky live or Dublin bet linked to real casinos, and some others) you have 20-30 seconds for your system to analyse  the new spun number, and offering a fast readout enough for you to have time left to place the bet or bets.

What good is a system, if it offers you a good analysis and prediction of coming number patterns, but never offers you sufficient time to place the bet, without stress of  seeing the table closed when the wheel starts spinning? Not much?

In building the HEXAGON, I used my long experience of building system platforms initially based on playing the wheel and not the table (like EVENS, D&Cs etc). I can easily testify that the former is vastly more complex,  than the latter. But the experience, of scrapping hundreds of systems, once they failed to meet a criteria and changing the design to suit your mind and field of vision, was very valuable.

A comparison would be a fighter pilot in need of lightning fast information and the even faster ability to understand it after a read out of a seemingly complex array of sensorsand flight instruments in order toknow what flight path and time to release your robot on the enemy.

Likewise, th design of this system was developed for fast targeting analysis and betting strategy against the Casino.

It may look complex in the beginning, but once you sit down in that "cockpit" and get used to its handling once it is airborne, you will not want to change to any other

....to be continued in the next and final revealing part.
« Last Edit: March 19, 2016, 04:14:38 PM by thomasleor »
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #20 on: March 19, 2016, 03:52:49 PM »
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That sounds good and all, but can you show me some examples of a session so I can see it at work?

Sure. Lets look at this first image, or analysis chart 1, as I call it.



What you see here is the platform in its basic construction and appearance. What you do not see are the various formulas in the background doing their work,  every time you feed it with a value or spun number.

When you start up the system you do two things first.

A/ write in the given numbers on the online casino you are playing in the left green yellow column . In the image you see that column under the words “Celtic Casino” on the upper far left of the image.

You punch in the numbers on the right of the two columns (the left one, is there only for future analysis and feedback.As you see in the chart,  both columns are used,  because HEXAGON is set for mere analysis of a session I chose to run earlier on that day when I felt particularly bored with things.

B/ The next thing you do, after having filled the visible run number on the casino you just visited, is to go to the “money area” (marked as no. 1 in the image) , and write your current bankroll used in the session, including  the profit goal you desire (bluish square).

Usually I start with 20% of my decided bankroll and as the session develops, depending if the system signals/allows me a quick entry into the game with little danger ahead, or discourages any betting by shining the no-bet lamps bright red, I can always increase that target with an additional 10-20% later that day,  in another session.

My own rule is to never play more than three sessions any chosen day, due to reasons I explained in earlier posts and comments, about psychological/enviroment interference.

The arrows  from no. 2 in the image,  points at the money-management area that recalculate and presents your financial status & development during a session.

As you see now, my pre-set profit goal of 120 Euros is calculated to 12 units a 10 euro each, barred the income I might have from any winnings playing the zero (seen in the arrows from no 4 in the image).

The arrows under no. 3 in the image,  shows a very important part of Hexagon.

As mentioned earlier in this post it shows the difference, in percentage, between the statistical algorithm  contra the one presenting dynamic progression (number/pattern anomalies) and direction.

So far, the chart you see, shows that the first dozen has scored 8 hits in 20 spins which is corresponds to 40% and a dynamic pattern development corresponding to 63%.

The difference between the two here is 23%, which indicates a strong signal to place a bet on the first dozen.As you see the next four numbers, to be spun, are 0,11,11,12 which are 3 wins out of 4, as these numbers belong to the first dozen.

The betting strategy here, when beginning a session is (usually) that you need 2 wins to allow betting on the dozens or the columns (or both at the same time if such signal indicates wins on both).

What you see in the image is that 0 is a no go (the zero indicator missed that one LOL), 11 and 11 are both wins which means that you have a go to start betting on dozens, those both wins are marked with a "+" in the light brown/orange P/L column. To illustrate said development we see how the platform looks six spins later.



As you see, on the arrows from  no 1 in the image,  two wins are marked with  “+” and marks the entry into betting on the dozens. The spun number series, since the previous image, are 0,11,11,12,24,11 which gives us 4 wins, of which two are payouts from the casino.

HEXAGON shows that, in the money management section pointed out by the arrows from no 4 in the image.The image also shows, on the top, the arrows of no 2 that points on the betting lamp, shining in green,  which here means you should continue to bet.

In this case on the first dozen.HEXAGON also give a forewarning that the Columns are now predicting an anomaly worth betting on. here specifically the third column.

This forewarning is interesting because you see  the following numbers spun are 7,18,16,35,11,29,20.HEXAGON does a wonderful thing here in its early detection and prediction and recommends a bet on the third column which is a loss on 7 but a win on 18.

The question is now, the coming numbers belong to the middle column (no 2 column). Will the system detect that approaching anomaly? Lets see…Analyzing chart 3 shows this


Sure it does ;) and very fast too!

From the win, on the third column, when number 18 showed up, it took only two losses before it showed an anomaly building up under column 2.

As you see it managed to take in three straight wins there which corresponded to 6 units or 60 euro in three minutes with the current unit sizes.

The system took three losses on the dozen,  but also warned of the zero. Every new zero warning is valid for three spins.I place 10-30% of the D&C unit size. Usually I prefer to set the zero ledger in the system on a 10% side bet on the zero accepting its hedging ability to even out any zerointereference, but this day I chose to stress-test the system by increasing it to a full 30%.In chart 4 we see the following development;


The system has now reacheda profitability of15 units which is above the firstprofittarget of 12 units (see arrows 2 and 3 in the image).HEXAGON signals that, by having its entire frame shining in green (arrow 1).

As you see from observing the coming numbers and HEXAGON´s continued anomaly predictions, it basically tells us that something is about to happen in the second dozen and the second column. It also notifies me again about the Zero being “around the corner” (the zero lamp shining green).Lets see what happens in chart 5 ?


well, well…we have one win on no. 16,  followed by 0!

That gives us a nice profit (see the zero ledger in arrow no. 1 which shows 35 units of 3 euro per unit.)We increase the Profit goal to 170 euros in the upper right part of the platform and continue our journey.Continuing to chart 6, we see following final run in this session;



HEXAGON breaks through this target of 170 euros rather fast, by predicting another zero right on the moneyand alsooffering a nice wining streak on the D&C:s.

The total profit from this session was 19 units a 10 euro per unit from the D:Cs and 57 units a 3 euro per unit on playing/hedging the zero.

Our money management section tells us that this corresponds to 361 euro, or 36,1% return on a bankroll of 1000 euro – all within a session ofonly 44 spins!

Had only the D&Cs produced winnings and no Zero warnings cahsed in, due to lack of zero, our profit would still be approx 15 units, a 10 euro per unit, corresponding to a 15% return, which is very satisfying for one session.

To me,  HEXAGON is a system-beauty,  because I can understand how it works and how it points out to me  what exactly is about to happen, with precise information , the coming 2-3 spins.

Anyone who understands the intricacies of gambling and especially roulette, understands the awesome edge this gives you, as a player,  over the house.

When I look back on all those hundreds, upon hundreds, of various systems I ve developed through the years, this is a child born out of a sort of Darwinian system-evolution...from my first system that was a troglodyte, barely able to take one good step in any direction, compared to this little shining star.If you desire such a system for yourself, I have in my three posts about the making of HEXAGON, basically given you enough information to build one for yourself.

You can do that without having to endure my own countless trial and errors,  on your way to give birth to a similar jewel to enjoy.If you are bright, creative, disciplined and in love with the game, you will succeed.

Thank you for reading this far.

Best regards,

Thomas.

p.s.  The full "cockpit view" of HEXAGON in action, with the nasty carrier USS Celtic in its sights ... here we go. 8)

« Last Edit: March 20, 2016, 06:12:29 PM by kav »
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #21 on: March 19, 2016, 06:00:27 PM »

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.


Thomas
It is good that you post your idea/s here but you are obviously unaware that other members have posted
 much the same idea as yours so yours is not TOTALLY unique.
As for your analysis of a " sceptic"it is only your opinion and like many others seek to bolster your view
 by quoting someone who shares your opinion ! And you consider that a sound argument !
Buying  a system is not to be recommended ? Some of us in this forum have been saying that for some time.
 But I also believe that giving away a profitable system for free  is also  not to be recommended so yours
is also  , in my view, suspect .
Psychology plays a part in gambling ? All experienced gamblers know this.
Your system is profitable for you ? Good - and congratulations ! I am always glad when  players say that
they win because it confirms my view that roulette is beatable .
A profit of 34% ? Good for you but my target is 50% a session and have sometimes exceeded 100% bya Hit and Run
strategy and a table betting bank of 100 units -though I take two betting banks -2x 100 = 200 as against your [size=78%]1,000.[/size]
Why should I tell  others EXACTLY what I bet ? Even for free ? But I have given pointers  to my approach but [size=78%] they have been ridiculed by some . Should I care about mindless criticism ? Will my good fortune last ? I don't know[/size]
but my " scepticism" keeps me from thinking that it will so keep my stakes low. Psychology at play ?
Many others also profit from playing roulette so you are not alone in that.Good luck with your system but a little
modesty would not go amiss !
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #22 on: March 19, 2016, 11:59:20 PM »
Hi Thomas,

Would you mind if I copied your images to this forum, so we do not link to the "pretty girls" site?
Also please try to not use custom formatting (font size etc.) if possible for consistency reasons.
Thank you for your understanding.
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #23 on: March 20, 2016, 12:25:02 AM »


Sure, go ahead and post the images. I seem to have some trouble with the formattingsystem in your forum. Give me some time and i ll teach myself to post nice, tidy posts, easy to read .

Sorry for the girls btw, but that image uploader was a temporary solution till I could find a better one minus girls LOL
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #24 on: March 20, 2016, 09:34:16 AM »
Maybe its just me but I think the silence is due to the complexity of your writing.

Perhaps a condensed version  in laymens terms may get people to bite and then they can read the other complex parts you have shared.

I dont know what we are suppose to do with this? I still dont get if this is software or not, how can we do these calculations in front of a dealer.
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #25 on: March 20, 2016, 10:57:01 AM »

Maybe its just me but I think the silence is due to the complexity of your writing.

I dont know what we are suppose to do with this? I still dont get if this is software or not, how can we do these calculations in front of a dealer.


"The making of Hexagon" was a post, there to inspire you (and others here) to create something of your own, based on the principles I used in the making of HEXAGON. As such, HEXAGON is, in terms of having a tool at my disposal, a beautiful design, with a good and fast user friendliness and also aplatform  able to be fine tuned with a certain set of parameters, as to detect arising and cessating anomalies when playing the dozens,  including the zero.


This extra tool  gives me a far greater advantage towards the house, than using static models of limited calculation abilities, when finding myself in an enviroment of complex pattern productions.

Unless you are a genious with superior ability to porcess incoming information at the speed of a good computer, any simple thought you might give a "paper and pencil" system at a lanbased casino, will never work on a game of chance, that essentially falls back on the Heisenberg´s  uncertainty principle, that is a result of the chaotic subatomic nature behind this Universe.

The game of roulette is a "fluidic game of sheer uncertainty" and must be seen from such a POV, and from this given law, that can be mathematically proved, one can also discover rising and cessating patterns we deem as anomalies.

HEXAGON was, if you read all my posts on the subject, developed to be used in play in any given Online Casino with Live dealers. Not landbased casinos, as they prohibit entry of any electronic devices, be it a simple calculator to a note book or even visible smartphone.

When you read the posts of certain "veterans" here that propagate cheating against land based casinos, with hidden roulette computers, they basically not telling you that in for example Europe, most casinos are members of


ECA
http://www.europeancasinoassociation.org/ 

that will put you on a black list similar to the one used by Nevada

GCB http://gaming.nv.gov/index.aspx?page=72

but not as revealing as with those funny visible mugshots, used by GCB.

ECA is way more sophisticated informing its members on a daily basis of new cheaters caught in their casinos basically barring them in all Europe the very day the update is cleared by the Casinos internal security department.

Knowing this, I decided to apply HEXAGON as a tool and aid to my mind, whenever I entered a virtual online casino to play the roulette in a milieu that is a representation of something greater, the law of the perfect uncertainty principle permeating this Universe from a sub-atomic level.


Understanding this law is not a requirement as to be able to use HEXAGON. It is enough to understand the "fluidic" nature of Roulette as a "representation of that law.

best regards

Thomas Leor
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #26 on: March 20, 2016, 11:24:05 AM »
The result of my experience and research is, a profit of about 1 % of the total bets is rialistic.
 If you want to win about 200 euros a day, you have to wager about 20000 euros.

For such amounts you need a very good moneymanagement.

This is only possible with a good strategy and negative progression.

There are infinite roulette systems, but none is a Holy Grail
 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #27 on: March 20, 2016, 11:30:02 AM »

The result of my experience and research is, a profit of about 1 % of the total bets is rialistic.
 If you want to win about 200 euros a day, you have to wager about 20000 euros.

For such amounts you need a very good moneymanagement.

This is only possible with a good strategy and negative progression.

There are infinite roulette systems, but none is a Holy Grail


Again good sir, you are wrong.

Dont ask me to explain why, for I have done so in my four posts about the HEXAGON. 
If you cannot understand or accept what is explained in those four posts dont ask me to explain why you are wrong in this one.

Btw. There is no greater Holy Grail than the Mind. Hexagon, serves as a mere tool to my mind. Nothing more.

I suggest you reassess your years of system development and ask yourself, who is the Master? Your systems, or your Mind? And if you believe more in your systems than in your Mind, do they really serve you to your satisfaction on the long run?

You tell me ;)
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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #28 on: March 20, 2016, 12:00:34 PM »
I  still look forward to see  the system, the whole system and nothing but the system explained  in great details before toooo long. TIME IS MOST IMPORTANT, you see!
We are all trapped in TIME - unless your great Mind transcends time (by the way: I have practiced transcendental meditation for four decades). 

 

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Re: The making of HEXAGON (part 1)
« Reply #29 on: March 20, 2016, 02:56:07 PM »
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.
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