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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Roulette physics
« Last post by legend21 on Yesterday at 07:04:14 AM »
Thanks for the reply. The program is free and can download from his site. You just need to insert some data. I would not buy anything. There is much information forums now days.
Casino Lounge / Re: B/M table. Is this the better option of play?
« Last post by MickyP on Yesterday at 06:30:45 AM »
Good points..

The pace of the game seems to be an issue but is dismissed by the assurance of honest payouts. A table that is too busy is not a pleasure to play on and as Sam41 stated, if you have to go, you must cash out. Asking a stranger to look after your chips is not advisable at all.

From my perspective the pros outweigh the cons playing on a B/M table.

Casino Lounge / Re: Spin history as a tool.
« Last post by MickyP on Yesterday at 06:09:00 AM »
I'm not being insulting but I simply have to state a fact. Getting a straight answer from vb players is like trying to suck blood from a stone.

Vb players are quick to undermine other player types. Using the word lazy is common in their rhetoric. Their only argument is that unless you study and actually play vs games you are not qualified to speak on the subject. The anger I expressed toward Mike boils up again as I confirm the arrogance associated to vs players.
This could be one reason why many guests do not become members of the forum. No one wants to be shot down and humiliated by the God's (vb players) of roulette. I on the other hand am not intimidated by such rhetoric. I call it the way I see it. I am on the forum to learn from and share with like minded people meaning roulette players.

I am more inclined to believe and follow the HARD WORKING Palestis than some vs specialist who wants the game played to his definition of every aspect of the game but fails to provide decent rational definitions.
Questions and Answers / Re: a different AP definition....
« Last post by MickyP on Yesterday at 05:38:01 AM »
Interesting point Ken. Rather refer to them as vb players, it's a more fitting description of the method of play.
Vb players have to wait for the ball to be spun for many reasons, mostly to confirm start point and direction.

The A in AP stands for Advantage and I am not fully convinced that vb should be titled AP.
Questions and Answers / a different AP definition....
« Last post by mr j on Yesterday at 04:59:24 AM »
I was at the CASINO having a decent conversation with a fellow roulette enthusiast. He made an interesting observation, I'm wondering what ya'll think?

He says, the only real difference between AP and a non-AP player is......if you can still win week after week after week (long term), but your bets are laid out BEFORE the ball is spun, you are a winning non-AP player. As we have heard from other AP guys, you cannot win (long term) unless AP is involved.

As opposed to (I think?), you NEED to see the ball spun (clocking etc.) then place bets, you are or aspire to be a good AP player. I hope that made sense because I find it rather interesting.

Casino Lounge / Re: Spin history as a tool.
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 04:29:51 AM »
Palestice,  you just proved my words without even realising it.
   Take 1mln spins sample, choose any trigger for what you say is important and set up rulls how to bet. Then see what happen. Find at least 10% edge like that and the way how to profit from what you see optimally with minimum risk for maximum money in less time posible.
   And if you can, l will look to that picture. But l think you can not.
Thanks  :)

What are your thoughts regarding this?

It seems very logical to me but I need to see what happens if I run this for 10,000 spins so am really hoping there is still a Roulette Extreme coder around here.

I would imagine it is a rather simple system to code for those who know how to do such things.
Roulette Systems / Re: Law of Third Idea!
« Last post by stringbeanpc on Yesterday at 03:46:24 AM »
Interesting idea, thank you for sharing.

For testing why not try using roulette xtreme (use google to find it)

If you need a supply of spins, over at Steve's website Mortagon has topic where he has been posting daily spins

I found a copy of the book here

Because I cannot post a link, just replace the dot and slash's with the appropriate symbol and remove any blank spaces

archive dot org slash details slash TenDaysAtMonteCarloAtTheBankSEx

Casino Lounge / Re: Spin history as a tool.
« Last post by palestis on Yesterday at 03:29:48 AM »
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