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Roulette Systems / Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Last post by dobbelsteen on Today at 09:04:56 AM »
Scepticus I have much respect for you. You do very well. I do not understand your 9 block theory. I want to research your method. I never attack my opponents personally . I research systems and methods and afterwards I give my judgement of the system.
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Casino Lounge / Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Last post by dobbelsteen on Today at 08:52:38 AM »
scep see post 1303. I have copied the description of the system from your topic. I do not judge the system, I only made a program for research. Everybody can make his own conclusions. I have nothing to apologize. Perhaps you do not call the system Scepticus two dozens bet. You are the writer of that system.
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Roulette Systems / Re: Merge Street
« Last post by Reyth on Today at 04:14:06 AM »
IDG = Inside D'Alembert Guy.  He is this guy that publicly built his real-money roulette account online from 7k to 200k+ in about 1.5 years using a scrapping system that is based on the 5 level recovery system I posted in the OP and playing inside bets using variations of the D'Alembert method; Merge Street is 100% based on these variations.

He runs sessions of 250 units to win, 500 to lose.  After he loses he increases the unit size by 1.

His success does not come from his bet selections and betting techniques but from his recovery methods.





Here is a softwares I made for the Merge method.  It automatically outputs session events to a text file, so I thought I would discuss one of my latest sessions to illustrate a "retreat" move in action.

All-time high 501.98
User resets session
 1 hits on spin 12  501.86
 1 hits on spin 25  501.78


Here we can see that the session is somewhat close to the 37 spin benchmark and with both 0 & 2 yet to fall out.  Rather than raise my chips and exposing myself by being farther down in the progression, I decide instead to retreat by resetting the session and dropping to Level 2 in order to reclaim the loss as quickly as possible; even though we are surrenduring the loss, we are also forming a counter-attack by doubling the unit size.

User drops to level 2  501.78
User resets session
 3 hits on spin 3  501.9
User moves up to Level 1


So even though I am still down 8 units, I decide to go back up to Level 1 rather than risk doubled chips for such a small amount.

1 hits on spin 6  501.96
 2 hits on spin 21  502.2
All-time high 502.2
User resets session


Finally we get one of our main numbers to hit (after 55 spins!) and we were able to minimize our risk along the way. :)
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Palestice,  these are nice... pm Real, he may be interested.
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Roulette Systems / Re: Merge Street
« Last post by TERMINATOR on Today at 03:30:14 AM »
Yes, I also believe progression work and are necessary to overcome the variance.

What (or who) is IDG?
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I just noticed this topic and I must say I was impressed by the info provided!
Thanks guys
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Roulette systems don't work
« Last post by Real on Today at 12:17:48 AM »
My Tally Counter.  You can run several of them at a time if you are tracking the count of different events.Here is a Successive Sequence From HeckTM.  It doesn't look like much until we notice that it extends for over 500 spins and a balance swing of 2500+ units!  I only just barely lost my profit for a brief time and had to go up and down in the recovery levels, locking in my recovery profits, attacking to mitigate previous losses and dealing with false recoveries & repeated dropdowns.  3000 units would more than cover all the fluctuations.At around spin 3000 we can see a full progression loss with raised chips; a 1:101 coups event, which illustrates why having a high-percentage progression win rate is so important.If we look at the sequence from about spin 1500 to around spin 3000 and then compare it to the sequence from around spin 3050 to around spin 3300, it illustrates that progressions DO work; the incline difference is due completely to the progression.This is why surfing skills are so important -- controlling the timing and amount of the progression based on game events as they unfold.  This is what the IDG means when he says, "I sure am good at roulette!" (currently holding a 200,000+ balance, up from 1700 and over an almost 2 year timeframe); he calls it "scrapping" and has faced very many drawdowns, successfully reversing them all.
Reyth,Up as you lose progressions are very inefficient and they don't make sense mathematically.1. You initial bet must be very small so it prevents you from making any real money. Since the initial bet must be so small your unit bet is very small when you hit a lucky streak which in turn limits your win to puny amounts of money2. You have to risk virtually your entire bankroll just for a puny win, which mathematically isn't logical.3. There's no such thing as an up as you lose progression that can win consistently over a long period of time.
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Roulette systems don't work
« Last post by Real on Yesterday at 11:48:57 PM »
My Tally Counter.  You can run several of them at a time if you are tracking the count of different events.



Here is a Successive Sequence From HeckTM

It doesn't look like much until we notice that it extends for over 500 spins and a balance swing of 2500+ units! 

I only just barely lost my profit for a brief time and had to go up and down in the recovery levels, locking in my recovery profits, attacking to mitigate previous losses and dealing with false recoveries & repeated dropdowns. 

3000 units would more than cover all the fluctuations.

At around spin 3000 we can see a full progression loss with raised chips; a 1:101 coups event, which illustrates why having a high-percentage progression win rate is so important.

If we look at the sequence from about spin 1500 to around spin 3000 and then compare it to the sequence from around spin 3050 to around spin 3300, it illustrates that progressions DO work; the incline difference is due completely to the progression.

This is why surfing skills are so important -- controlling the timing and amount of the progression based on game events as they unfold. 

This is what the IDG means when he says, "I sure am good at roulette!" (currently holding a 200,000+ balance, up from 1700 and over an almost 2 year timeframe); he calls it "scrapping" and has faced very many drawdowns, successfully reversing them all.

Reyth,

Up as you lose progressions are very inefficient and they don't make sense mathematically.

1. You initial bet must be very small so it prevents you from making any real money. Since the initial bet must be so small your unit bet is very small when you hit a lucky streak which in turn limits your win to puny amounts of money
2. You have to risk virtually your entire bankroll just for a puny win, which mathematically isn't logical.
3. There's no such thing as an up as you lose progression that can win consistently over a long period of time.
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About this forum / Re: Images
« Last post by kav on Yesterday at 11:14:09 PM »
Yes, the image is fixed.
I use prntscr.com when needed, but with a little hack that points directly to the image. So I'm not sure I can recommend it.
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About this forum / Re: Images
« Last post by Reyth on Yesterday at 10:58:53 PM »
My Tinypic account is not logging my picture uploads and I am using my Google Pictures function associated with my email address.  I can see the photo fine...

Any suggestions for an image host that is currently functioning and allows 3rd party linking (our forum)?

EDIT: The image in the above post is now fixed!
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