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Casino Lounge / Re: A message for thanks to Charles win3million
« Last post by Reyth on Yesterday at 10:32:29 PM »
The bet is simple and automatic.  His "64 Partners" are the sequences and the 4 triggers when tested against each of these sequences, MUST (supposedly) yield one of them that performs better than the others.  Unless we should believe that no matter what we bet and in what order, our results will always be the same.

The bet is SIMPLE, we bet either Change or Repeat and the TRIGGER tells us which, based on the original sequence and the last result but to PROGRAM this is like EXTREMELY complicated.

The only way this bet works is if it can be proven that a particular trigger will do better than the rest versus a particular PREVIOUS sequence of six outcomes.

Quote from: Charles W3M
I am going to give you one last clue that will take you as far as I can without giving the bet away.  Make a list of every move that can happen…check out the possibilities of each move…if you have not found the right ones…you must look again. They are there and that is a proven fact.  It may take you some time…the payoff is huge…and for life!

There are of course the millions of losers, and those who bet who will say no. There are of course me and my “Trust” of 64 members…and about 200 more roulette professional players in the world who are living proof…it is a resounding yes!

I could not tell you earlier because I wanted the 64 members to test it beyond all doubt. This they have done. The results are so good they will all now use it as an alternative bet. They will switch bets not during a session, but on re-visits etc.

Thanks for your post Joon.  I just discovered how we can trap not only for R/B but E/O as well and not just in the Columns but also in the Dozens!  I never knew that before!! :D
Casino Lounge / Re: A message for thanks to Charles win3million
« Last post by Junscissorhands on Yesterday at 10:07:23 PM »
Reyth, i like your approach and creative thinking.

Because i've never gotten to  your view or perspective of the ACETF/CWB.

So how do you think you can take advantage with all those triggers you've pointed out ?

You're an extremely smart and intelligent guy, but i think you might be overthinking or overcomplicating things sometimes. If you have read win3m site a few times, you can see that Charles was writing the bet should be simple.

Roulette Systems / Re: System DKP
« Last post by Reyth on Yesterday at 08:22:37 PM »
No deadly serious.  But I chose that selection because it covers 10 numbers for better odds to hit overall.  If we find that our "anti" numbers are hot (especially 24 or 10,12), we can play the Anti-DKP (A).
Casino Lounge / Re: A message for thanks to Charles win3million
« Last post by Reyth on Yesterday at 07:52:30 PM »
Lady (if you ACTUALLY are one, I mean a REAL one) and gentlemen (ya all you guys)!


I have secretly met with the 64 Partners of Charles W3M!

Each one of them has a code name so their true identity is kept a secret.  They wouldn't allow me to take their picture for the same reason.

Here however are their secret code names for your review and proof that I have actually met with them (in secret):

CCCCCC = Series
CCCCCR = Mixed
CCCCRC = Mixed
CCCCRR = Cross Combination
CCCRCC = Cross Combination
CCCRCR = Mixed
CCCRRC = Cross Combination
CCCRRR = Series
CCRCCC = Series
CCRCCR = Cross Combination
CCRCRC = Mixed
CCRCRR = Cross Combination
CCRRCC = Cross Combination
CCRRCR = Mixed
CCRRRC = Mixed
CCRRRR = Series
CRCCCC = Series
CRCCCR = Mixed
CRCCRC = Mixed
CRCCRR = Cross Combination
CRCRCC = Cross Combination
CRCRCR = Mixed
CRCRRC = Cross Combination
CRCRRR = Series
CRRCCC = Series
CRRCCR = Cross Combination
CRRCRC = Mixed
CRRCRR = Cross Combination
CRRRCC = Cross Combination
CRRRCR = Mixed
CRRRRC = Mixed
CRRRRR = Series
RCCCCC = Series
RCCCCR = Mixed
RCCCRC = Mixed
RCCCRR = Cross Combination
RCCRCC = Cross Combination
RCCRCR = Mixed
RCCRRC = Cross Combination
RCCRRR = Series
RCRCCC = Series
RCRCCR = Cross Combination
RCRCRC = Mixed
RCRCRR = Cross Combination
RCRRCC = Cross Combination
RCRRCR = Mixed
RCRRRC = Mixed
RCRRRR = Series
RRCCCC = Series
RRCCCR = Mixed
RRCCRC = Mixed
RRCCRR = Cross Combination
RRCRCC = Cross Combination
RRCRCR = Mixed
RRCRRC = Cross Combination
RRCRRR = Series
RRRCCC = Series
RRRCCR = Cross Combination
RRRCRC = Mixed
RRRCRR = Cross Combination
RRRRCC = Cross Combination
RRRRCR = Mixed
RRRRRC = Mixed
RRRRRR = Series

These are the only possible unique sequences that we will face and thus base our triggers on.  Each one of these "secret partners" will prompt us to use 1 of 4 available triggers; ALWAYS the same one.

All I can say is that this proves to me that Duncan has been telling the truth.

So, let's assume that he is also correct that Charles was a "random researcher".  In that case, he actually researched each of the 4 triggers against all 64 sequences and found the best trigger for each.


Let's take the sequence 3333333.  This is equal to RRRRRR and is a Series Result.  It is scored as "R" to head the betting row because the farthest left result is the same as the result directly next to it. 

Which Trigger should we use to trap this movement? 

I would certainly prefer a Trigger that begins with Change, as the chances of this streak continuing is less than it breaking.  Since this sequence is scored with an R, I would want to choose a Trigger that would make its first bet a C, which would be the following possible Triggers:

Trigger 1: Bet OPPOSITE of the last result (Duncan's displayed method)

Trigger 4: Bet OPPOSITE,SAME of the last result(? theoretical example)

But the question is, which one is better?

Trigger #1 will look to trap results of CRCRCR where TRIGGER #4 will trap results of CCRR, RRCC & CRRC through the sequence of CCRRCC.

So again, which one is better?  I would definitely lean toward Trigger #4 (because Trigger #1 starts out expecting 13, 23, 12, 21 vs. 11, 12, 21, 22 in #4) but I simply cannot know unless I test all 4 of these triggers against this sequence.

If this system is fluff, all triggers will perform the same.

Btw, this is extremely not easy to program here...  Putting me through my paces and I am using the comment function like crazy just trying to think it out!

HO CRAP THIS IS HARD!!!!  No way I can write this code off the top of my head.  I actually need to F...



Got to take these insurmountable problems one at a time...

1) Convert all results from raw numbers to their respective columns

This lets me in the door but my problems are just starting...

2) Create a separate (prior to processing) sweep within EACH trigger that classifies either C or R?  CAN THIS EVEN BE DONE??

See in order to even code this a person has to be VERY familiar with this bet; if I can think it out while playing, I can program it!  LOL.  I have to learn from myself... >.<

PHEW!  Finally programmed the first trigger!  Its almost all downhill from here...
Roulette Systems / Re: System DKP
« Last post by funtomas76 on Yesterday at 05:53:18 PM »
Better 21/24 as a split, and street 16-17-18. More profit.

But I think this was a joke anyway. ;D
Roulette Systems / Re: System DKP
« Last post by Reyth on Yesterday at 04:26:18 PM »

Oh noes, its the ANTI-DKP!! :o
Roulette Systems / Re: System DKP
« Last post by dobbelsteen on Yesterday at 03:28:15 PM »
Sputnik when you test the system or methods then it must be easy to make a full report. I am always curious for test results to compare them with my results. what is your test method?
Roulette Systems / Re: System DKP
« Last post by funtomas76 on Yesterday at 03:20:57 PM »
Reyth, very nice idea!

I will check this with my sequences! Probably this could be better than mine.

Everyone is invited to improve this method  :)

Actually I think only to bet when 10 12 16 21 24 come, could be better in the long run.
Roulette Systems / Re: System DKP
« Last post by Sputnik on Yesterday at 03:16:29 PM »

 I will mention something i have been testing and are still development

 You have 50% chance to hit a serie of three within two singles
 You have 50% chance to hit two singles with no serie of three
 Series of two between them is break even territorium

 So i been testing Kavoras and Brett Morton methods with Carch Star Variant Progression
 Winning two in a row

 1) This means you can aim for hitting two singles and break even with series of two and lose two attempts against serie of three
 2) This means you can aim for hitting a serie of three and break even with series of two and lose two attempts against two singles

Roulette Systems / Re: System DKP
« Last post by Reyth on Yesterday at 03:08:08 PM »
If we wait until we get 10, 16 or 24, why not bet the farthest back system that hit instead of the most recent?

So on Line 5, for instance, we would bet K?

One guy on this forum used to play the Kav after a gap of 5 spins without the splits hitting.  I used to ignore the DS & corner hits and play after 4 cumulative split misses.

I think there could be a very powerful analysis system applied to this that would maximize our odds even further.

For instance, if we were to track all spins and identify the hottest numbers on the board, we could find THE system that would pay the best on those numbers.  As the numbers shifted, our play could shift with them.
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