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Questions and Answers / Re: Book of roulette
« Last post by jhonny7388 on June 25, 2017, 05:01:14 PM »
thank you to all....
Questions and Answers / Re: Book of roulette
« Last post by scepticus on June 25, 2017, 04:28:13 PM »
Yes Thomas , an interesting book and may be of interest to johnny.
You are wrong , though, to claim that it contradicts what I wrote .It doesn‘t .  You rush too soon to judgement.
There are a number of books which deal with the maths , but , like this one, there is  no mention of WHAT to Bet and WHEN.
I assumed that   jjohnny was interested in the practical rather than the theoretical.
 Perhaps I was wrong in that assumption but if his interest is  only in the theoretical maths why come here ?
Questions and Answers / Re: Book of roulette
« Last post by thomasleor on June 25, 2017, 02:57:15 PM »
Hi Jhonny,

Contrary to what Sceppy said, there is excellent Math literature on Roulette. Both for basic and complex bets.

I suggest this one:

The Mathematics of Complex Bets  by Catalin Borboianu (Romanian matematician) . It covers any aspect, and or,  combination you might think of in both American and European Roulette.



Contrariamente a quanto ha detto Sceppy, c'è un'ottima letteratura matematica su Roulette. Sia per scommesse basilari che complesse. Suggerisco questo: La matematica delle scommesse complesse di Catalin Borboianu (matematico rumeno). Copre qualsiasi aspetto, e o combinazione che si potrebbe pensare sia nella roulette americana che in quella europea.
Questions and Answers / Re: Book of roulette
« Last post by scepticus on June 25, 2017, 02:26:28 PM »
Hi jJonny
1 )
There are 37 numbers on the wheel so it is a multinomial problem - not Binomial .
Binomial distribution can be used with 2 opposites .
Red versus Black
Odds versus Evens
High versus Low 
and making allowance for the zero.
The Binomial  approach is used by our lazy critics .
I don’t know of any honest  book that deals with the maths aspect of roulette .
If you intend using a maths based approach then I think you will find my Nine Blocks for Dozens and Columns  and 5 in 7 for Even Money bets useful. These can be used in conjunction with each other . 
You will find many views on Money Management  in many fora and books.
Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by jerome26b on June 25, 2017, 12:52:16 PM »
Yes i agree on the edge definition for the HG. i just computed my last days of playing and i get near 2 units profit by spin on average.
448 spins played. 12 games and a short one cause i had an unexpected private meeting. profit of 795 in total. I had yesterday one losing game for an exposition of -80. the max exposition i can have is around -100, it can go hypothetically to -150 but i still didn't have it. And because i don't use progression it's secure. I still have room to even do it better but the idea will stay the same cause in my case the idea is my HG. For MrTalos if i remember well he always said his progression was the real HG but he got the idea first. It's not my case. Maybe i can do better with progression but i don't want to feel inconfortable and i prefer to stay flat and just increase my unit size when i will have a confortable bankroll. I will not stay until i get 100000 spins to increase my bet. Maybe 10000 or a certain bankroll amount or do some shots. it's still not clearly plan and it's something i'm working now about the best way to manage and use my bankroll. Time is money and i don't want to spend all my extra time just playing roulette for nothing. i had already invested thousands hours in the last few years to get my strategy and i see that as like doing studies. i invested time (and money) in the game and i want to recoup it in the best way. Like mrtalos my next months of playing will be probably to just recover the money i already put in the game last years. Then we will see, i will probably be hurt as well with some problems due to online playing if i'm a regular withdrawer.

not all professional players have the same game approach and strategy. One can play 12 numbers, the other can play 20+.

It's not possible to win consistently if you're betting 20 plus numbers.  Pros don't do it unless they're trying to camouflage what they're doing by betting trivial amounts on some numbers and heavily on others.

ALL pro players have only two ways of winning.  None of them rely on a system or money management.

There are some cases you might play 20+ numbers and win without mascaring what you do. I have never played an interblock but there are other wheels and machines which develop other defects.

Yes. MM is almost useless in this realm
Questions and Answers / Book of roulette
« Last post by jhonny7388 on June 25, 2017, 10:54:06 AM »
Hallo ti everyone ( Sorry for my english) you Can suggestivo me some book Who speaker about how to build a money management dedicato ti out sistema the book must studi the roulette in matematical approah and statistiche with some example of distribution binominal... Bue bue thank if you help me
Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by MrPerfect. on June 24, 2017, 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 ;).
Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by palestis on June 24, 2017, 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.
Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by MrPerfect. on June 24, 2017, 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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