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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by scepticus on Today at 04:38:14 PM »

Blue Angel
Better places to go ?
The Pub  /  Bar ?
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Questions and Answers / Re: Play time
« Last post by Sputnik on Today at 04:37:55 PM »


 I don't take it personally i just share my opinion :-)

 Cheers
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by scepticus on Today at 04:32:13 PM »

Dobbelsteen
You were a professor in a college or university. I suggest you have a discussion of your theory with  an ex- colleague who was a professor of maths. Perhaps he / she can persuade you of the weakness of your SSB programme.
Or you could ask Bayes to give you the number of spins to give your sequence a 95% or 99% chance of success with less chips being put at risk
THERE IS ALWAYS RISK IN GAMBLING  !   It is foolish to think  otherwise .
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Questions and Answers / Re: Play time
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Today at 04:25:55 PM »
 Rrsys is just ds done properly. Paul stress out 3 things in it:
1. In examples he provide he show consistency of distances ( distance1= distance2...ets)
2. He explains wich dealers to play and reasons why
3. Rotor speeds wich he think are " good" to play.
    All these factors in combination may provide substancial edge when used together and correctly. However, it wouldn't work in all wheels and all time due to conditions in place. Wheel speeds variance, their affect on ball travel time and jump, choice of right dealer and playing situation in general will particularly determine if player can win with such method..   That's why l tell " keep money to your bankroll" instead of investing it in methods.
      Every wheel is different , you can determine yourself how to explore promising situation with knolidge you already got, it's just a qwestion of effort, not method, if you really understand physics of this game.
    I hope you do not take it personally.... just trying to help.
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by dobbelsteen on Today at 03:54:48 PM »
Do you know what DTOP means? without a computer it is impossible to compute  the DTOP for systems.
Your 9 block theory is very difficult to simulate. How does it work?
Do you have a clear report of a 100 spins trial or short or long reports.
On this forum you can not find an encouraging to play roulette. My warning for new players is, that without knowledge of random rows the roulette is a very dangerous game.
With my computer simulation I can judge very well nearly all the systems. On the blog I have published many systems. The 9 block is to difficult for research.
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by BlueAngel on Today at 03:41:11 PM »
I have the idea that Ba and scepticus can not read Excel sheets. Both give negative comments without reading the book(sheet).

So now we don't know how to read?!
You laughable old man!  ;D

BA published a diagram of a method without a description.

I've described, perhaps you are the one who cannot read.

I believe in my Excel programs. An Excel sheet tells step by step of every spin the wager, the bets and the payouts.
Sometimes I think that I am the only one who uses Excel.

Be sure you are not the only who uses Excel spread-sheets, Thomas Leor, Albalaha and Nick MSI have used it in much more clever, original and effective way than yours!

In fact, from all the forums I've ever participated, you are the personification of gamblers' fallacy, I've never seen so many views for such stupid idea as yours, as long as the administrator of this forum will provide special space for idiots like you, and on the homepage promotes Martingale and Fibonacci progressions as winning systems, then this forum will remain at the bottom of my estimation!

Kavouras, if all these are what expressing your betting philosophy then you should never call yourself a professional gambler, all you promote and stand for have been failed decades ago, if not more than a century!
You are living in a gamblers' fallacy illusion in which you stubbornly deny to abandon, but I have news for you, what you think as good it's not clever, neither original, nor effective!

Please feel free to ban me, I've better places to go.
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Questions and Answers / Re: Play time
« Last post by Sputnik on Today at 03:25:35 PM »


I can not talk about what i have not read or understand - i only have RRSYS standard edition and is based upon gamblers fallacy.

Cheers
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Questions and Answers / Re: Play time
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Today at 03:04:38 PM »

 You got to be kidding me - do you know something about psychics that i don't know?

RRSYS does not estimate the drop zone or...
There should be many things in physics of this game that you do not know, no need to show off.
   Keep money to your bankroll,  Paul is not that friendly to publish how he really play. On other hand every wheel require independent study, so no solutions that work always and everywhere, especially when it's about distances from outcome to outcome.... however consistency of such distances ( what rrsys is really about) is a great shortcut and only Paul has published it, so l give him credit there.
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Roulette Systems / Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Last post by Sputnik on Today at 02:52:04 PM »


Hahaha :-)

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Roulette Systems / Re: The Parachute roulette strategy (best ever?)
« Last post by scepticus on Today at 02:32:07 PM »
It did not open  ? ;D
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