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I've been checking this particular IB air ball machine for a while at a very large casino, and the ball keeps hitting the same vertical deflector (out of the 8 it has), not most of the time, but at least 95% of the time. Time after time just before the ball drops, it hits the same diamond all the time.
As long as the casino makes the money it expects to make from that Interblock roulette, I guess they don't care about y only one diamond gets hit all the time. ( if they bothered to notice it). And the area around that particular diamond looks excessively worn due to the constant hitting of the ball in that same spot.
The problem is that as soon as the ball leaves the exit hole, and starts rotating, there is no more time to place bets. It immediately announces No More bets.
So any calculations regarding the area of the wheel numbers that will be under that deflector, when the ball drops, have to be made before the ball exits the hole. ( If that's possible).

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  Drop point often do not depend on leveling of the wheel... that device will not work every spin either. Such a tech is doomed simply because there is a moon orbiting the earth. It's gravitational pull affect ball drop directly and indirectly far more then leveling of the wheel.
    What many do not realise is not drop point is important itself , but " tilt effect" wich is grouping ball timings going to the diamond ( according to mainstream theory it's " important")...
    In fact other "effects of tilt" have much more importance for a player. Ball may beat different diamonds with multiple drop zones and still prodice very similar result.
    Research a bit yourself, understanding of the game that is displayed on forums and books..ets has many errors induced on the purpose. This "devil" is not that terrible as it painted.
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I stress this patent because it admits the the  casino has direct control over a bias helper setting
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Questions and Answers / Re: Book of roulette
« Last post by scepticus on Yesterday at 04:09:46 PM »

Thomas
You can denigrate me as much as you like but the plain  fact remains that no matter how you  calculate your bets in roulette  you cannot  overcome the House Edge without first making an assumption .
You really do need to come into the real  world  of gambling - and come to that - into the real world !

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Questions and Answers / Re: Book of roulette
« Last post by thomasleor on Yesterday at 03:50:55 PM »

Thomas
( YOUR book ? )says that

"Everyone accepts that we have no rule over the hazard. Everyone also accepts that in long run, we will never take the house edge. This is true for any game of chance "

so just why should I learn advanced Maths  when they give me no advantage  in playing roulette ? If I do okay with what I do why should I change when there is no benefit ?
It also says somewhere about a 90% advantage . if it is an actual  advantage then that is Bull - with a capital B !
If it has a probability of 90% then it is short of  7.3 % isn't it ?


Idiot.
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Questions and Answers / Re: Book of roulette
« Last post by scepticus on Yesterday at 03:47:29 PM »

Thomas
( YOUR book ? )says that

"Everyone accepts that we have no rule over the hazard. Everyone also accepts that in long run, we will never take the house edge. This is true for any game of chance "

so just why should I learn advanced Maths  when they give me no advantage  in playing roulette ? If I do okay with what I do why should I change when there is no benefit ?
It also says somewhere about a 90% advantage . if it is an actual  advantage then that is Bull - with a capital B !
If it has a probability of 90% then it is short of  7.3 % isn't it ?
You really do need to come into the real  world of gambling , Thomas.
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Questions and Answers / Re: Book of roulette
« Last post by thomasleor on Yesterday at 02:56:10 PM »
Bla...bla..bla...The whining...Man....Almost unbearable...But then at your age its understandable. Do you talk like that with walls too  when people stop listening to that senile crapola?

I mean you say basically that you haven´t read the book, and yet you deem it unsuitable according to your assumptions, based on what? A hunch, or long experience of never reading any book, at all? Do they mass produce idiots where you come from, or are you some kind of unique idiot savant in self-chosen ignorance and wild gestimations?  ;D
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Questions and Answers / Re: Book of roulette
« Last post by scepticus on Yesterday at 01:08:10 PM »


 :-[ You are proving my point  Thomas .
You are full of SH*T  !

To a numerical illiterate like yourself,  Sceppy boy, anyone able to understand the intricate correlation between Roulette and applied Mathematics, is full of s***. 8)

So you admit that you are full of SH*T  ?
As for this being a roulette forum I  assumed  that  JJohnny was looking for a METHOD using a maths based approach . I don't think that The  Book you mention has any Methods  in it.
  .The odds in favour of the casino cannot  be wished away by maths alone  unless we first make an assumption
so your  "intricate correlation between roulette and  applied mathematics " is clearly unnecessary -  except in your fevered mind..
Your reference to my "100 E " bankroll reveals  your  ignorance of my previous post / s where I said that I could AFFORD a lot more but chose not to.. I treat roulette as a hobby  - unlike you and your imaginary huge profits .
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Questions and Answers / Re: Book of roulette
« Last post by thomasleor on Yesterday at 08:39:10 AM »
That puts your mathematical skills at below kindergarten level.

Please don't forget the object you are referring to in your videos isn't even an equation.
Have a nice day ...

The platform wasn´t based on the object. Anyone with even a drop of intelligence, having watched the rest of the video, should be able to conclude that.

The equation for the superposition principle you were jonsing for is found here:

http://physics.gmu.edu/~dmaria/590%20Web%20Page/public_html/qm_topics/superposition/superposition.html

Have a nice day.
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