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Trading secrets and strategies / Re: Wheel Bias Testing Reports
« Last post by scepticus on June 19, 2017, 02:45:16 PM »
It is not disputed that ALL roulette wheels may be biased . The argument is whether or not the particular  wheel  has a bias sufficient to be exploited.  If anyone  thinks that a casino operated by  a corporation is going to leave The Barn Door open so that a player can exploit a biased wheel then I think they are living in Alice in Wonderland territory . Wheels are checked daily by casino staff using a spirit level to ensure that there is no bias sufficient for exploitation.
Yes, AP theory is fun to explore but I think AP members exaggerate their prowess - and results.
Bebediktus says in one post that he wins little and in another that he is a Roulette Professional while Mr. Perfect claims to use the Physics of the Wheel but in another that he uses Intuitiion. He claims that using maths is useless yet he himself uses Maths .  As for Real he is here merely to tease. I am not aware of any  Physicist or Mathematician that supports AP theory as used in this forum -  and the AP gang have produced none.
We all need to accept that future winning numbers are unknown and so we can only make educated guesses as to what they will be.
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
« Last post by MrPerfect. on June 19, 2017, 02:44:09 PM »
Mr P,  you and Herby (who judged an entire, now defunct,  platform based on a single non-sequitur equation, without even having had access to the rest of the calculus matrix, are of course correct in considering my platforms as absolutely useless, non-complex,  and of no benefit to its user.

In this way we can once and for all drop the subject on this forum of veracious roulette geniuses, and focus more on your own earthshaking contributions of using the roulette as a good source of income and above all, intriguing amusement for any given user.  ;D
Thomas, do not get me wrong. I do not criticise your platform , l have no opinion on something l couldn't test myself. I would be happy to test it, but as l remember,  simple idea of having me in your test group terrified some of your testers. Reason you gave me it's because lm a moderator of my vb section here. It's OK,  we are friends the same.
   To say the truth, l was more curios about software itself then it's implementation. I got almost all tools l need on day to day basis to answer my needs or qwestions that may arise. 
    I do not mind to show you capabilities of software l developed so far... l think if someone had something similar,  they wouldn't even speak much about it. Only excuse l give to myself to show off is my personal believe that no one will do the effort of replicate it even knowing how it works.
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 AP can loose for many reasons. They all can be summarised in one word. It's IGNORANCE.  Normally losses occur if case is not studied properly or something changed. There are quite a lot of  things to pay attention to... many who look for advantage play simply do not do it " by the book".
    There are some things that has to done before playing:
  - general study ( data)
 - Formation of hypothesis and their testing.
 - Determine clearly in wich conditions created model correspond reality
 - Creation of proper strategy for exploration ( money management ).
 -Proper execution of strategy ( actual following the model, placing bets, control of conditions, proper level of skill required..ets).
          Many players that l know miss some of these requirements.  Most common mistake is overvaluation of skill one posses and cases not studied till total understanding of situation in place.
   SIms that many "AP" and SP often have same problems that can be summarised by one word only.
   
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Ways Of Playing Roulette
« Last post by GambleOnlineRoulette on June 19, 2017, 11:33:03 AM »
There are so many ways to play roulette some play luck risk knowing nothing about anything that make you afraid of watch them play pure risk luck and still win a lot and also lose a lot some playing with knowledge and skill just youtube look RRSYS.info - Roulette Prediction and Rocknrolla's Gambling Channel and Chackly
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the AP player loss because he has too less skill, experience and talent.

The system player loss because he has too less knowledge of the features of random sequences, a bad system and strategy , less experience and less patience.

The knowledge of the random sequences you can gather with simulation programs like Excel
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
« Last post by thomasleor on June 19, 2017, 07:34:28 AM »
Mr P,  you and Herby (who judged an entire, now defunct,  platform based on a single non-sequitur equation, without even having had access to the rest of the calculus matrix, are of course correct in considering my platforms as absolutely useless, non-complex,  and of no benefit to its user.

In this way we can once and for all drop the subject on this forum of veracious roulette geniuses, and focus more on your own earthshaking contributions of using the roulette as a good source of income and above all, intriguing amusement for any given user.  ;D
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
« Last post by MrPerfect. on June 19, 2017, 05:51:00 AM »
 I always wondered about it. Why in this world someone would try to resolve a problem with the same tool and on the same level that it was created?
   Like..  roulette game is mathematically screwed up at casinos favor, their edge is mathematically created and enforced. What is a point to fight egainst it using math? It's like to have a toilet broken and try to fix it with a piece of shi*t.  Doesn't it make more sense to call a plumber?
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Trading secrets and strategies / Wheel Bias Testing Reports
« Last post by heatmap on June 19, 2017, 04:58:50 AM »

www.cryptome.org/roulette-problem2.pdf

PREVIEW

Roulette Wheel Testing Report on Stages 3.2 and 3.3 of NWML/GBGB Project Proposal 1. Introduction This is a report on the findings of stages 3.2 and 3.3 of the project proposal submitted by NWML to GBGB on the 24 February 2005. 2. Background A number of individuals, most notably Michael Barnett of Survtech and Mark Howe of MH Technologies, claim to have developed roulette prediction devices that will provide the user with an advantage over the casino when gambling on roulette.

http://cryptome.org/roulette-problem1.pdf

PREVIEW

1. Introduction This is a report on the findings of stage 3.1 of the project proposal submitted by NWML to GBGB on the 24 February 2005. 2. Background It is understood that a roulette wheel can become “biased”, either through wear of the rim or tilting of the wheel, so that the ball will fall towards the centre at a reasonably predictable fixed area of the stationary part of the wheel (known as the “dropzone”). Any wheel will exhibit this “bias”if sufficiently tilted, but the necessary angle of tilt to cause this is not known. As NWML already owns calibrated digital tilt measuring devices (inclinometers) the following proposal was made to test for the effects of tilt on a wheel. ? Adjust the level of the wheel until there is no “bias”(i.e. thereisnoregular“dropzone”). ? Measure the angle of tilt, if any, of the wheel in this position, to determine whether simply levelling the wheel accurately would result in a lack of bias. ? Tiltthewheelfromthisposition,inatleastfourdifferentdirections,untilregular“drop zones”areproduced. ? Consider whether a spirit level is sufficiently accurate to determine whether an installed wheel will be biased, if simply levelling is found to be sufficient.
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Real,

That was what I said in the first post, the numbers in the middle of those 25 selected numbers (around 10 to 12) would have the triple amount bet of those outside that area.

Not all 25 numbers would have the same bet amount, otherwise they would not win so much.
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: The HEXAGON VLOG
« Last post by Herby on June 19, 2017, 03:16:19 AM »
The equation for superposition shown in the videos is mathematically that wrong that it hurts even a mathematically little trained eye. This false equation leads to nothing.
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