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Roulette Systems / Re: Bullseye
« Last post by BioBrick on April 26, 2017, 05:49:57 AM »
Reyth, I have a question.

How do you skip the BSE?

At the casino that I'm playing I cannot spin the wheel without bets or make bets like one unit on red and one unit on black for even results. So I think I just have to play trough it. Or flat  bets for single number till the event is over. Loosing units that way would not feel bad.
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Roulette Systems / Re: Merge Street
« Last post by Rinad on April 26, 2017, 04:00:36 AM »


   i encourage anyone to play this cluster method to their style of play. it is boring to play 3 or 4 numbers, no doubt.
but the positive side to it is that there is always time to hunt for other opportunities.
example' ; this morning when i was playing 3 numbers, and at the same time keeping up with marking down the streets, I saw that street number 4 had not hit for 50 spins. so i decided to play that sleeper street, but doing it for less money. i think that it is of uttmost importance. you dont want that secondary play to be a drawdown if it does not work out. so i dont mind having side bets.
but in the past i made the mistake to get sucked in by side bets so you better do them on a "helping" the main cluster and keep them where it belongs.
as long as they can be treated as such, it is okay but you dont want to make the mistake of making side bets a main part of the system, or they will become the system, and then you wont know what hit you when you lose it all.
what happens when you play live is very different then at home. real money makes you see a game very differentely. some how playing a "slow and boring" game seem to buildt a patience in me that no fast game can do.
it helps you keep it cool and not becoming emotional when things go south, because it gives me time to talk to myself internaly about what is going on. it is 90% mental.
you can play a 0/00 cluster and slowly raise a bet after 19 spins if no hit. same principal. to meet the minimum bet if it 5$, and you like to be very conservative, place 2 units on high, 2 units on low, 50 cents on 0, and 50 cents on 00/0 split.  know a friends who does that and that only and been cleaning up at the wheel. but again he is very patient. that way the 00/0 dont hurt you much at all since you get paid when they hit.
i like the biases and hot numbers because i lose less sessions that way. buying more spins until your number hits is the fondation of this cluster method.
a double street can be played the same way. hit more often, but less. it is all relative. i like to hit less times with better pay off. my personal preference. less risk taken the better. each run taken is a risktaken. remember that.
if i play to hit a 3 number cluster i will only need to take 4 runs a the most.
if i decide to play a double street cluster it will take me 10 runs in order to achieve my goal.
i rather take the risk of 4 runs as opose to 10. i learned the hard way, unless you are willing to make big bets playing a double street so you can be good in 4 runs,4 attacks.
it is all good, as long as you control your game.
God bless,
Rinad.
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Bet selections (flat bet systems) / The "Twist and Turn"-Pattern
« Last post by ignatus on April 26, 2017, 03:34:15 AM »
OK, What do we do to fight randomness? I'm trying to find a wheel-pattern. What i imagine to be a very common pattern is what i call the "Twist and Turn"-pattern (as you can see in the picture) it goes clockwise or conterclockwise THEN it turns in the opposite direction on the third spin.

These are my first results (played with a 15 number sector (in the opposite direction (cw, ccw) on the third spin)

1) LWWWWLWLLLWLLLLLWWLWWWWWWLLWWLLWLWWWLWLWWLLLWWWWLLLWLWWWLLWLW
2) WLLWWLWWLWWLWLLLWLLWLWLLWWLLWLWWLWWWWWWLWLWLLLLWWWLWWWWLLLWLW
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Roulette Systems / Re: Merge Street
« Last post by Kynge_Rycharde on April 26, 2017, 12:16:35 AM »
Reyth:

You know, I rather like the set-up, utilizing the 0-1-2-3. It is both simple and elegant. It is reminiscent of Freeman's 40,000 Spins, and his method of a primary wager, along with a secondary wager that serves to buy more spins until the primary number hits.

Inspired by your post, I set up a similar configuration for the American wheel, putting one chip on 00-2-3, 00-0-2 and 0-1-2. I am going to try to test it to see how it works out.

Regards,

Kynge
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Roulette Systems / Re: Bullseye
« Last post by Reyth on April 25, 2017, 09:09:47 PM »



I’m assuming you removed the “deviation triggers” from your original method?

Yes, the software has been updated to remove the deviation function.  However, I still monitor the deviation stats very heavily and am very close to adding a charting feature that will graphically depict the data.

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Is the following Recovery still a part of your method?

1 493......493
2 986......1479
3 1479....2958
4 1972....4930
5 2465....7395

I assume it’s not, because your tracker drops to 1 unit after any win. Yes? I’m still a little confused about your recovery method. Do you wait until your level 1 reaches a 69 unit bet and loses? Then you start the recovery session? Starting with a 2 unit bet instead of 1?

The new progression for the 99.01% chance to win is:

2455    2455
4910   7365   
7365   14730
9820   24550
12275   36825
14730   51555
17185   68740
19640   88380
22095   110475

I know it looks insane but playing for a nickel or dime is quite practical.


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PS: Do you have a program which can test your current method over many spins? If so, can you share it? If not, maybe Alex would be able to write an Excel program for it like he did with Dingle Dozen? (Ooops. I was going to correct this spelling error to Single Dozen, but I like Dingle Dozen better)  :)

Yes its about 90% complete.  Just haven't finished the final subroutine.
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Roulette Systems / Re: Bullseye
« Last post by TERMINATOR on April 25, 2017, 08:45:29 PM »
Hi Reyth, I’ve been playing your method, with your software, and I like it a lot. I also watched most of your bullseye videos. Thanks for all your hard work.

I like how you changed your original progression from increasing units every 8 spins to every 35 spins, during level 1. It requires a much lower bankroll!

I’m assuming you removed the “deviation triggers” from your original method? Because it seems whenever I get 1 hit at any point, I get a profit. And your counter resets to a bet of 1 unit again.

Is the following Recovery still a part of your method?

1 493......493
2 986......1479
3 1479....2958
4 1972....4930
5 2465....7395

I assume it’s not, because your tracker drops to 1 unit after any win. Yes? I’m still a little confused about your recovery method. Do you wait until your level 1 reaches a 69 unit bet and loses? Then you start the recovery session? Starting with a 2 unit bet instead of 1?

BTW, do you live outside the US? Because every time I try to access http://www.nepalonlinecasino.com/, it says “Connection Timed Out” or “This Page Cannot be Displayed.” However, “1centroulette.com” works fine, so I’ll register there if they also have around 500 spins per hour.

Thanks Reyth!

PS: Do you have a program which can test your current method over many spins? If so, can you share it? If not, maybe Alex would be able to write an Excel program for it like he did with Dingle Dozen? (Ooops. I was going to correct this spelling error to Single Dozen, but I like Dingle Dozen better)  :)
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Roulette Systems / Re: Bullseye
« Last post by BioBrick on April 25, 2017, 07:44:54 PM »
Wow great work!  What software is that btw? 

Its the betvoayager's mobile roulette. Called pro roulette and that's the statistics page of it.
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Roulette Systems / Re: Bullseye
« Last post by BioBrick on April 25, 2017, 07:35:36 PM »
I believe the way to determine when it is most likely that a loss will NOT hit, is to follow the short and long term expectation figures.  At the very least an "opposite paroli" is required that runs, say, 5-4-3-2-1 instead of 1-2-3-4-5.

Eventually we will get tagged at "5" and we will have to dig more to get back to profit.  So that is why I just prefer the more conservative route by betting slightly higher and not trying to get all of our profit back with raised chips.

Just an idea. I think that 5-4-3-2-1 more dangerous for loss. But if played like 1-2-3-4-5 you play with profits and the risk is the same in theory. Maybe starting with 2 units when win increase it to after 2 hits. Maybe new progression is needed maybe I try to simulate this. Since I use that 92% method 1x8, 2x8, Maybe when win I could use 1x7, 2x7 etc or 1x6, 2x6 for more profits when hit. Maybe I'll play that with play money and come up with something.

Maybe Maybe :D
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Roulette Systems / Re: Merge Street
« Last post by Reyth on April 25, 2017, 06:59:43 PM »
99.42% to get a hit on the first try. 
99.90% chance to have your street or a zero in 61 spins. 
100% chance of having a repeater in 61 spins <=== O_o who says there isn't certainty in roulette!?

I suppose you mean a back to back repeater, huh?  That will be slightly less than the chances for the zero.
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Roulette Systems / Re: Bullseye
« Last post by Reyth on April 25, 2017, 06:55:29 PM »
Wow great work!  What software is that btw?  I was thinking of writing a program like that but my graphics wouldn't be anywhere close to that pretty, nor would the data covered be so comprehensive. :D

Its the kind of work that you are doing that leads to awesome discoveries! :D
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