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Roulette Systems / Re: 6 Number System
« Last post by Reyth on Today at 12:49:43 AM »
If we are in recovery, do we really want to continue the progression beyond the all time high?  I feel quite uncomfortable doing that...



Very difficult session (800 spins) but it recovered!!

https://roulette-simulator.info/game/086a623619d8a698167d225ba8a1abee

Once I hit my stop loss of -443 (or thereabouts), I immediately increased the unit size to 4 and used it until I was within 100 units of recovery and dropped back to a 1 unit size.

This is definitely not how I am used to playing...  :-[
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Casino Lounge / Re: Gamblers Fallacy as a positive tool
« Last post by Reyth on Today at 12:38:55 AM »
I don't agree that the end result is equilibrium because that is just as bad as saying we lose at 2.7% and we can't win because of the house edge.

The result of long-term trials is that there is ALWAYS an imbalance, simply because perfect equilibrium is always near impossible to maintain; the concept of equilibrium is contained within infinity and is basically a myth or at least something that lasts for such a terribly short period that it is irrelevant.

Granted, it is the FORCE of equilibrium that causes probability to function for us and thus I agree with your argument because you are using favorable probability in your betting methodology and so as far as I am concerned, its the same argument.

Maybe you mean a certain selection may balance out from time to time (as opposed to the whole board) in which case I just misunderstood your point (sorry). 
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One thing to keep in mind.
It has been statistically proven that in most play sessions, even a sessions that will result in loss, the player will at some point be a in profit.
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Casino Lounge / Re: Gamblers Fallacy as a positive tool
« Last post by palestis on Today at 12:04:03 AM »
When the experts talk about GF, they probably have complete equilibrium in mind. Lots of black doesn't necessarily mean lots of reds are coming. In many spins like 500+ the black and red will be close to equilibrium.
In the short run where the player operates this doesn't always happen.  Because of the variance.
But what I expect to happen, is at least one favorable occurrence in a natural effort to close the gap.
If that doesn't happen in the short run, how are you going to get to an equilibrium after lots of spins?
The tendency to seek out equilibrium has to start somewhere. And it starts slowly in the short run.
GF only applies to the players who anticipate many favorable results to even out a short term anomaly.
It doesn't apply to players who aim for only one favorable result in a series of preplanned bets.
There are 2 forces acting on an independent event, if a collection of independent events always ends up in  equilibrium.
One is the probability assigned to that event.
The second force is the natural tendency to seek out regression towards the mean, if there is a large gap currently in effect.
That is y with the right trigger we expect a little bit more than the actual probability.

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Roulette Systems / Re: 6 Number System
« Last post by Jesper on Yesterday at 11:31:24 PM »
If we use straight ups and several numbers, and catch repeaters, positive progression works best.
If we lose a lot of spins until we got hitting swarms, we can be very low if we progress on loss.
We know sometimes can 12 number sleep long. A number can hit 4 times in a few spins.

The fallen numbers:
25,8,25,21,23,18,11,14,16,4,29,10,
34,7,17,32,21,36,17,27,1,26,30,11,0,
34,21,17,26,25,34,31,32,1,21,29,36,29,21

43 spins and plus 165 units.
Turnover was 339 u.

This was a continue of the previous, it is not
allways best to stop at first high balance.
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Roulette Systems / Re: 6 Number System
« Last post by Scarface on Yesterday at 11:19:48 PM »
Not to many players use a positive progression.  Not sure why.  We all know how using a Martingale negative progression can be really bad...but doing the the opposite and paralaying wins can win a lot off very little.  The odds are the same either way.  I would rather exponentially multiply my wins, as opposed to betting very high amounts just to break even
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Roulette Systems / Re: 6 Number System
« Last post by Reyth on Yesterday at 11:18:38 PM »
Second session 300 spins:

https://roulette-simulator.info/game/8f6240dce8bc1548c3f66bc5ed17369f

Further modification:

After losing an advanced progression, we empty spin until a hit is gained and then continue the raised progression from where we lost.  This saves us the addtional 1 unit cost of the spins where we are waiting for a hit.
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Roulette Systems / Re: 6 Number System
« Last post by Jesper on Yesterday at 11:02:37 PM »
My first bet use to be on ONE number and I add as they come up to 6-11 numbers.
50% is on plus before 8 spins.

Like my last!

Bet one on LOW. (To get an entry).

25 bet one.  8 fallen.
bet 25,8.  25 fallen +32.

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Roulette Systems / Re: 6 Number System
« Last post by Reyth on Yesterday at 09:44:37 PM »
Thanks Jesper!  I am now attempting an experiment based on this method and using the same stop loss as my negative progression.  Let us see how well we do! *\:D/*



Here is 300 spins and a system modification:

https://roulette-simulator.info/game/73e93611928dad613fa55a8b1a7940f7

If we should miss our 8 spins, we note where we were in the progression.  When we get our hit at 1 unit, we then return to the progression +1 and continue in this manner until we recover.

Heck, why shouldn't this work better than my negative progression?  It certainly can't be any worse! :D
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Roulette Systems / Re: 6 Number System
« Last post by Scarface on Yesterday at 09:32:59 PM »
Dobblesteen, good suggestions.  Another thing I was thinking was use a trigger.  Maybe play 6 numbers, one from each ds, only if that number had not hit the last time that d's hit
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