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Roulette Systems / Re: Lucky Number Trigger
« Last post by Rinad on Yesterday at 01:50:59 PM »

     I like to pick a number that is alive myself. but also not getting married to it. and that may not be very scientific it has always been my greatest experience. I have played sleepers not showing for many spins. once those sleepers wake up and hit at least twice i may play them.
that is the best way to me to pick numbers. i always write numbers as they come out so I know how many spins and which one stands.
but i am formely against staying on a number for more then 38 spins if it does not show up. a no-no for me.
that would be the worst thing a player can do is staying hoping he would somehow show up. it just does not work like that. Marigny and his research would wait until a number shows 5 times before he pick it. not a bad deal to me.

my thoughts on picking a number, best.
Casino Lounge / Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Last post by dobbelsteen on Yesterday at 08:12:02 AM »
Every system needs a strategy. For the streets, I suggest to note the occurrence of the 12 streets. Start flat betting on the street after a sleep of 36 spins. Hit and run after a profit. You record 12 streets and the expectation is that the triggers follow up soon. Sometimes you have to bet on more than one street. 
Roulette Systems / Re: Lucky Number Trigger
« Last post by dobbelsteen on Yesterday at 07:55:47 AM »
How do you choose your single number? Do you play on a real table, live  or RNG roulette on internet? Have you studied the random number sequence?
Gambling Philosophy / Same as card counting against random bits!
« Last post by Sputnik on Yesterday at 05:10:05 AM »
This is observations and not teaching or respond topic for questions:

Conclusion is that you have two random stream mixing everything together into chaotic variance with two independent random bits distribution.
You should play one stream independently from the other as they produce the same results with less confusion and chaotic variance.

In fact i see this with the same reason advantage player separate Clockwise direction and Anticlock wise direction.
The reason is that rotor and ball spin different and the dominant drop zone might be different from the other direction, so that's different physics parameters.

With random bits where one stream is connected within itself (victim to the law of series) and produce the same results as regular distribution, should not be confused and mixed with another opposite side that produce same results independently.
One comparison would be that in Las Vegas do they spin the ball/rotor in one direction without the counter measuring cw and acw that common in Europe.

Playing model is based upon that singles has the value of 1 and series of two the value of 0 and series of three and higher has the value of 123 ... and so on ...
Now you can measuring the periodic cycles length and base your decision making based upon that winning two in a row where series of two between is break even territorium.

Result sample:

P 116112321512112142141312411311342443314111322211453311111216341132112132133141
B 1233123132521211316112421223113333142512221241121113774445321123111231111211215

Roulette Systems / Re: Lucky Number Trigger
« Last post by Rinad on July 18, 2017, 09:06:51 PM »

  Mr Eko, I like that you dont go up in your progression, but being a single number player myself, I like to suggest the following;

since playing a 1 unit bet for 20 spin, it is the same as placing a 20 unit bet on a ec.
so I would stay at a 1 unit bet the first 20 spins, and also the folowing 60 spins, which would give you 80 spins total of flat betting if you dont hit anything.
now lets say you dont hit after 80 spins, I move my bet to a 2 units bet, (still considering no hit yet).
now the 2 unit bet when you hit it, you parlay that bet for 20 spins. if you hit it then it would cover your losses, depending where exactly it hit, but still, is a very safe way to play.
at the one unit level if I dont hit a number within 20 spins, and then hit it on the second cycle, it is prime time to also parlay your bet to a 2 unit bet for 20 spins as well.
if you view a single number play as a ec it really opens up to what you can expect in term of time table and money management.
there is various ways to play this method. when you move to a 2 unit bet, you may not need to parlay that bet and just keep it at a 2 units bet for 20 spins. different approches.
but this way you can play for a lot of spins and not have to bump too high too quickly if one wish not to do so.
and another thing would be to play another number as well to balance things out. depends on the patience you can muster.

my 50 cents,
Casino Lounge / Re: Betting on streets
« Last post by Bayes on July 18, 2017, 08:37:34 PM »
You are an absolute ROOKIE Bayes, dont ever forget that.

We are all rookies at roulette Ken, and always will be.

I'm a realist.  ;)
By the way if you notice it looks as if they are using a TCS john huxley roulette wheel in the video, which I see the numbers on the wheel as well as the turret which looks like huxley parts.
If you guys arent convinced roulette is rigged after this you should just not even try any system and just gamble after this one. At 24 seconds in you hear what i have placed in the title

IGT Dynasty Roulette/ Baccarat
Casino Lounge / Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Last post by dobbelsteen on July 18, 2017, 10:17:30 AM »
Yes I agree. Our approach of the roulette theory differ too much. My followers can draw their own conclusions. Without the help of the computer it is impossible to judge systems and make predictions.
Casino Lounge / Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Last post by scepticus on July 18, 2017, 09:48:29 AM »
Clearly, dobbelsteen, you do not understand the Martingale. It is not one bet but a sucession of bets where the bet size doubles form the previous one if the previous one  has lost.
I  am not complaiing about you playing it but you should not tout it as better than other sytems when it is not,
We will never agree here dobbel but please stop your boasting about your SSB.
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