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Casino Lounge / Re: A message for thanks to Charles win3million
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Today at 10:56:12 AM »
 To Base betting decision on past data, data needs qwolity. Random groups of numbers offered for a bet by casino ( outside betts) do not represent nessesary qwolity in order to make a decision.
   Problem is that these groups of numbers are scattered randomly around the wheel. Such past data do not limit degrees of freedom of the system.
   Degrees of freedom are limited when we say something like " in this condition(s) , ball has only so much to go , and most probable stop(s) is/are, because....".
  " Because " part has to be verified to the high level of confidence and be statistically significant in its correlation with final result, or some other point into the spin.
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Roulette Systems / Re: System DKP
« Last post by dobbelsteen on Today at 09:08:31 AM »
Reyth you introduce new words. I think ,I am not the only one who do not understand.
It must be very easy to visualize with an example what you are meaning.
If you need an Excel sheet, I can try to write a program.
This forum is visited by a lot of quest with a restrictive knowledge of the English language.
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Casino Lounge / Re: A message for thanks to Charles win3million
« Last post by Real on Today at 07:35:28 AM »
One step forward and three back.  I hope you don't believe this garbage. 
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Roulette systems don't work
« Last post by Real on Today at 07:16:22 AM »
Sorry to tell you guys this, but keeping stats on and calculating the sd on the red/black is an embarrassing and  ::) goofy waste of time. 
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: Observations
« Last post by Sputnik on Today at 06:42:07 AM »


Yes there is many options - assume i know when the 50% has vanish - then there is no idea to continue betting deeper into the hole - that is equal two attempts - so assume i staking positiv progression 1248 when there is 50% chance to strike at least two or more - then i don't have to waste more then two attempts for each attack - the reason to this is the known expectation

Made a short test for 150 trails and was up 60 units using positiv progression - so this has not only do with winning two in a row or catch a serie of three - when one side chop it can continue to chop and you have pretty good odds winning more then one, two, three, four, five times in a row and beyond

Cheers
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Trading secrets and strategies / Re: The future of cryptocurrencies
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Today at 03:51:42 AM »
 Scepticus, just Google what you have written there, that would be enough to understand that you are not exactly correct.... hint ( government has no power over currency, it's a job of other organisations ). Hope it helps.
    OK,  bitcoin is a "bubble",  and? Should people stop to make money on it because of this? Do you know any other currency that is not a bubble? 
     My comment about 24 hour analysis wasn't directed to your attention.
    Speaking seriously. .. btc is just a money. This money have function to give "current accounts" , money transfers and refund policies to its users , and take stupid limits out..  like how much money you can have into your account or whom you are autorised to send it.
   Obviously prices are subject to volatility, market share of bitcoin is very small yet, so bit moviments of money do in fact affect balance between offer and demand. When everyone use bitcoin,  it will be most stable currency ever. But for that need to establish general acceptance. This is where it all goes anyway.
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Trading secrets and strategies / Re: The future of cryptocurrencies
« Last post by kav on Today at 03:45:51 AM »
NO. Just btc is worth 4 and a half thousand times MORE than what you think it is worth.
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Trading secrets and strategies / Re: The future of cryptocurrencies
« Last post by scepticus on Today at 02:18:53 AM »
todays price of a Bitcoin is  £4568   !  So my savings in £s is worth  4 and a half thousand times LESS than what i think it is worth  ?
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Trading secrets and strategies / Re: The future of cryptocurrencies
« Last post by scepticus on Today at 01:40:36 AM »
My analysis ? I have made no analysis of Bitcoins . I have merely stated a fact-  the price of Bitcoins is EXTREMELY volatile and anyone betting on any extremely volatile situation is an out - and -out gambler . 
Governments will cease to have control over their currencies  and hand control of them  to speculators ? In your dreams ! 
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Trading secrets and strategies / Re: The future of cryptocurrencies
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 11:36:52 PM »
Why in this world someone make analysis of any active based on 24 hour time interval? I for example looking this chart now. And bit coin is negative in last 24 hour, so what should l do? Sell?
    Or what about investing in actives that have no volatility?  It's a new age in investing? 
   Strange ideas , really. Who didn't invested in bitcoin last 7 years will invest on it on next 7. Best of all, it will be willingly or  unwillingly.  Same as you invest in inflation and no one asks your opinion,  absolutely same will be with bitcoin soon. Banks, corts, parlaments, governments,  insurances,  credit ratings, utility bills, tickets...ets, all will become automated and decentralised. ... funny things are to come.
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