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Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 11:19:26 PM »
If you ever achieve 50:50 chance on 9 numbers consistently, you will be a very rich fellow, casinos will offer you membership in their earnings to prevent you from playing. I'm not mentioning 50:50 chance on 6 numbers ;).
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Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by palestis on Yesterday at 09:11:18 PM »
I'd rather have a 50:50 chance playing 9 numbers (for 3 streets), or 6 numbers (for 2 streets), than having a 50:50 chance with 18 numbers.
In the example below, 31-33 was one of the hot streets. and then 32 hit.
If you recorded a new trend 34-36 was going to be one of the hot streets, and as you can see there are a few 34's and 36's further down the list.
I don't expect all the hot streets to continue the trend. All I am asking for is one of them to show up one more time.
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Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 07:29:29 PM »
It's not safe to assume that. Trend may continue or break. It's 50/50... but payment for a hit is unfair. You obviously free to think as you wish, but to consider your opinion for my own use , l would like to see reasonability of it in some examples.
   I got 1m spins sample, post rulls how to determine where to bet and we may test it. 1m should be enough to see if it may or may not work.
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Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by palestis on Yesterday at 07:23:57 PM »
I did not say to look at past spins and bet on the predominant streets for the rest of the session in that roulette. 
But it is reasonable to assume that among 2-3 streets that were hot in recent spins, one of them will repeat AT LEAST ONE MORE TIME. That is enough to make a small profit. Then there will be other streets that will become hot and  we will expect at least ONE OF THEM to repeat one more time.
Maybe other members assume that a trend based on past spins will be going on for ever.
 I am against that thought. It doesn't work. But " at least one more time " is very reasonable and very possible.
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Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by palestis on Yesterday at 07:11:41 PM »
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Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 06:55:34 PM »
Palestice,  it's nice to look past spins and see some dominance, but how to back in time to profit from it?  In case of AP we collect some variables during the spin, then associate them to outcomes looking for some relationship. When in play, we observe variables to determine if bet or not... there obviously is reasonable expectations to profit, wich is statistically significant and can be traced in time as a process. ..
    Why hits of streets in past spins matter? What makes you belive that such a phenomenon is a reason to bet?
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Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by palestis on Yesterday at 05:53:48 PM »

Sorry, I disagree with the above palestis comments.

IMO streets generally take 28 spins of tracking to reach their sweet spot.

Streets are best primed to trigger a bet after 28 spins or when 1 street remains un-hit, whichever comes first.
Well,  if you  count the dots on the layout in the picture, it took 34 spins to have the 3 streets 10-12, 16-18 and 31-33  become hotter than the others. Even at 28 spins of tracking, 2 of the streets showed that they were ahead. Which means playing just those streets you would've had at least one profitable hit,  without going into a long progression. In the mean time you can start a separate simultaneous tracking  10-12 spins after the previous count.
That way once you have a profit from the 1st tracking, you will have a second set of new data with 2-3 new streets that became hot. Then you bet on those.
You can't assume that what is hot now, will remain hot for ever.
It's much better and much safer, to assume at least one repeat of a hot trend in the past 25-35 spins.
and take advantage of that, without the risk of being too greedy.
 Having a new tracking after every 10-12 spins will ensure that you are always on top of short term trends.

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Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 04:54:54 PM »
Not necessarily like that. AP would compose his own steet consisting of 3 numbers that all are positive. In this case you could consider 2  numbers that loose in any winning spin as " investment".  Obviously sometimes can happen that all 3 numbers in the " street" are positive... but it's rare enough. 
    What lm trying to do is to put in minds of community the fact that player can choose his own combination of bets, even if they are not covered with common propositions on the table. TabLe is limited,  choice of numbers to bet- not. AP is just next logical step , where player choose combination of bets that is good for him to make money optimally. 
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Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by Trilobite on Yesterday at 01:08:03 PM »
MrPerfect,

It's a loaded question that you ask.

Obviously, with the luxury and benefit of a reliable bias wheel tracking history, or an accurate VB wheel profile, then the best 3 numbers on the wheel is a no brainer superior bet.

Without those advantages, it really would make absolutely no difference at all whether the best three numbers were located on the wheel or on the carpet.

Even an AP playing three numbers that are edge worthy will at the same rate as a system player lose on two of those numbers.
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Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 12:52:46 PM »
 Trilobite,  wight best street egainst best 3 numbers on the wheel. What on your sencere opinion is better betting proposition?
   They pay when your street is hit, no doubts about that, but chances are that street may include one number that not that positive ( best street ).
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