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dobbelsteen

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Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Reply #540 on: March 29, 2017, 09:35:02 AM »

My theory of the 37 chances learns that every random odd of six numbers has the same features as an odd on the DS.
The table layout has no influence.
Here the images of a classic table, the Dutch table and a random table.
All the DS content different numbers.
In spite of this feature the win/loss changes for  every DS system of the three tables are the same.

Every DS has the features of a six number bet.

The Dutch table layout has the advantage that the DS numbers are also neighbor numbers.

For a successful strategy you can combine the features of a DS system and a neighbor system.
 
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« Reply #541 on: March 30, 2017, 10:33:52 AM »

I have two different systems for the DS programmed. Particular betting selection makes programming a lot more difficult. The first system I bet 1 unit on  the same DS and the second system I bet 1 unit on 6 random numbers.
Both systems are a 6 number bet .I will research if there is a difference.
The graphics show that both systems has the same features. My conclusion is that all systems with any kind of six number bets has the features.
For every kind of six numbers you can develop a strategy. The strategy with a good bet selection is the key for succes.
 
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