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Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Reply #630 on: November 16, 2017, 06:09:12 PM »
What is 5 FS?  Wouldn't this be 6 straight up numbers?

I am planning to run a gap analysis on a single DS, so its good to know I am moving in the right direction. :)
 

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« Reply #631 on: November 17, 2017, 09:35:43 AM »
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« Reply #632 on: November 17, 2017, 10:01:11 AM »

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« Reply #633 on: November 18, 2017, 08:47:24 AM »

The number of systems is infinite. A system has fixed rules and is mostly easy to analyze and simulate. Simulation reports can abroad your knowledge of the game.
A player session is always a short run event. The result is unpredictable.
On the roulette strategy threads you can find very less about the roulette strategy. The cause is, that a strategy is very difficult to describe and to explain.
A strategy use all the features , statistic rules and features. Videos show much simple the method a player uses. For real events demos are more suitable.

Yes I am a little disappointed. There was only one participant watching my demo. I played about 90 minutes an had a profit of 120 units. May be the next time some participants more.
 
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« Reply #634 on: November 18, 2017, 12:05:23 PM »
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I would watch if I hadn't business of my own to deal with during the week, and somehow in the weekend as well. Anyway, I think if you want to boost your audience you must do your live demos on the weekend. You will probably be able to gather more participants.
 

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« Reply #635 on: November 18, 2017, 04:42:39 PM »
I was wishing that you would record the video and post that so we all can watch when we are available.  :'(
 
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« Reply #636 on: November 19, 2017, 10:15:06 AM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pm9LswKsyhk

Some years ago I had a website  "learn play roulette" for the Dutch roulette players. In this video I explained the roulette strategy. In that time I used my video recorder to record my computer. The quality is very bad and the view over is Dutch. See this video as an example
 

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« Reply #637 on: November 20, 2017, 04:49:41 PM »

Reyth

I have programmed the gabs of the double streets.
Here the results of a 500 spins sample.
The largest gab is 32 spins.







 
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« Reply #638 on: November 20, 2017, 05:33:24 PM »
Thank you!  I see there is no reliable DTOP for gaps in general.  I guess I would need to specify the hottest DS every time.  Thanks! :D
 

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« Reply #639 on: November 21, 2017, 11:26:27 AM »

The analyse shows that a gab of occurrence of a DS is very rare more than 30spins.
With this knowledge ,I have programmed the DS with the next progression.
Betting start after a virtual loss of ten spins.
I bet on all 6 DS.


Here the end of the 500 spins sample.



The program gives mostly a profit. It is a short run event and you must also expect negative samples.



 
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« Reply #640 on: November 21, 2017, 02:06:31 PM »
Interesting! Great point about the 30 gap!!

What was your progression and what happened on the 4th sample?
 

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« Reply #641 on: November 21, 2017, 03:46:37 PM »
The first picture shows the betting steps and progression.
This is a selection of e large number of samples. you need  many samples to draw a conclusion.
Samples of 150 spins create a more beautiful permanence. The chance voor a large gap is then smaller.
 

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« Reply #642 on: November 28, 2017, 10:03:37 AM »

From the analyze of the DS system you can learn a lot about the cabs of a 6 number bet. The result of the system is unpredictable while every session is a short run event. You can influence the result by the right progression or better by a strategy. The described DS system is  a kind of the game of the dices. Descriptions of the game of the dices , you can find elsewhere in the blog.
Most players use the deviations or the variance of the past numbers. A variance  is a large particular streak in a small sample. For example a 6 event of consecutive Red is normal for a 64 sample but for a 32 sample it is a variance. Such variances I call positive variances. Contrary every positive variance there is a negative variance and that are the gabs. When I play the game of the dices, I bet mostly on the dice  ( DS), I do not expect.
On these principles you can develop winning strategies.

 
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« Reply #643 on: November 29, 2017, 02:04:34 AM »
Great!

A very interesting output would be:

Each DS (11) line charted & color coded.  Displaying NUMBER OF CUMULATIVE HITS (y-axis) for 1000 spins (x-axis).

Every time we run this, we will see the following features:

Focus -- There will be one clear front runner
Disparity -- Multiple front runners (usually 2-4)
Switch -- The previous front runner will be replaced by a new one

We will see more time spent in Focus than Disparity and many times Switch will be quite rare, once there is a front runner.

We will also see one particular selection that will be the "second" front runner along with the front runner and usually that selection will replace the front runner, at some point.

A front runner will be obtained within the first 300 spins.

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« Reply #644 on: December 09, 2017, 10:48:34 AM »

The neighbors and systems
On this forum you can find a lot about systems of the table layout wagers and less about neighbor systems.
What possible is on the table is also possible on the wheel.
Hereby a analyse of a neighbor system simular to the DS of the table.

I divide the wheel in six neighbors and give them a ranking  1 to 6.
For example NE 1 the neighbors 0-2;NE 2 25-13; NE 3 36-10;NE 4 5-20 ; NE 5 14- 29 ; NE 6 7-26
NE 1 has 7 figures and the other 6.

With Excel I make a permanence of the occurrence of each NE for a 150 spins sample.
See the picture.



This analyze, you can use for developing systems. Here my program for the Dobbelsteen triangle. Sum the  last fallen 2 figures. The sum varies between 2 and 12.The graphic has a shape of a triangle.

Hereby the picture and the data.



You can use the triangle for a strategy

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