Interesting thought because Duncan said he sometimes bets both the DZ's & CL's together. In DZ 2, two of the four Reds/Blacks are covered that are in CL 2 & 3. Just thought I would post this.

Randomness is behaving with 3 ways ...

It series results , it is mixing results and it is making cross combinations.( it reminds you of something?)

In other words it can make big imbalances at a point it can make big balances at a point and it can make balances and imbalances at other point.

Your bet must be able to TRAP these 3 behaviors quickly enough with more winners than losers.

The magical thing with the bet is that it does that completely mechanical ... completely automatic.... because when the behavior changes... the triggers are following these changes...

His logo describes the pattern that the bet traps.

There are 2 kind of patterns to happen

1) AAAA or BBBB Series

ABAB or BABA Mixing

2) AABB or BBAA Cross

ABBA or BAAB Combinations

The bet has triggers that traps the 2nd pattern.

( I repeat by betting 2 doz or 2 col or even both).The phenomenon of RRCC-CCRR or RCCR-CRRC was happening all the time in my papers of tracking.( After the triggers)

RRCC <=== Each of these ===>

**SAME SAME** OPPOSITE OPPOSITE

**AABB <=== Cross Combination**CCRR <=== have two of each ===>

**OPPOSITE OPPOSITE** SAME SAME

**BBAA**RCCR <=== element in a ===>

**SAME OPPOSITE** OPPOSITE SAME

**ABBA <=== Cross Combination**CRRC <=== series of 4. ===>

**OPPOSITE SAME** SAME OPPOSITE

**BAAB**So we know that A/B = R/C now. The triggers have to trap Cross Combinations which means the sequence CANNOT be a series or chop:

The ACETF logo means 13223; his logo describes the pattern that the bet traps.

13223

-CCRC

This is columns betting. Why is each sample a different width? (6,8,5,6,6)

I found out that there are 16 possible combinations of C/R:

CCCC

CCCR

CCRC

**CCRR**CRCC

CRCR

**CRRC**CRRR

RCCC

**RCCR**RCRC

RCRR

**RRCC**RRCR

RRRC

RRRR

Of which we play the four bolded. What possible trigger can be created to trap only these four patterns? Why would any trigger make any of these four patterns more likely than the others?

Most certainly they can be reduced to:

CC,CR,RC,RR

But that doesn't exclude any of the other combinations.

CCR, CRR, RCC, RRC

Breaks it down of course to a 50-50 shot.

What intrigues me about this is the "64 partners"; 64/16 = 4. If we take 4 sets of these it should yield 256 unique combinations

**of which we will play 64**.

CCCC CCCC CCCC CCCC

CCCR CCCR CCCR CCCR

CCRC CCRC CCRC CCRC

CCRR CCRR CCRR CCRR

CRCC CRCC CRCC CRCC

CRCR CRCR CRCR CRCR

CRRC CRRC CRRC CRRC

CRRR CRRR CRRR CRRR

RCCC RCCC RCCC RCCC

RCCR RCCR RCCR RCCR

RCRC RCRC RCRC RCRC

RCRR RCRR RCRR RCRR

RRCC RRCC RRCC RRCC

RRCR RRCR RRCR RRCR

RRRC RRRC RRRC RRRC

RRRR RRRR RRRR RRRR

We could chart every series of 16 bets but I don't see what advantage that could possibly give us.

Hmmm... Now if in say every 16 spins sequence there very probably MUST be one of these patterns, THAT could be valuable.

Lets do 16 spins:

3223111121322122

-CRCCRRRCCCCRCCR

CR

**CCRR**RCCCC

**RCCR**Notice in the first sample, the last row only has 5 bets instead of 6?

Notice in the 4th sample, the last two rows only have 5 bets instead of 6?

The 64 trusties of him is a clue and he speaks about his triggers.

The betting spin is the 6th and the triggers are 4 ( 64 trusties)

I will say one more.... in almost all pages he speaks about Reds and Blacks ...Think about that.

LOOKING the 6th... betting every spin.

This idea of "bet within a bet" relates to COLORS to determine one of the columns to bet where the other column would be determined by the R/C triggers.

CR

**CCRR** <=== how is this a trigger for anything?

Also, its clear from the written text that he did not write these wins moving vertically down the sheet but horizontally.

I think in every spin sample we should chart the columns 123 but ALSO chart the colors RBR and put them both together like:

123

RBR

for analysis.

231131 = CCRCC

BRBRBB = CCCCR

LOL. Ok this is plain as day:

R*CRrCcR

He starts betting with R as the trigger and bets C (its opposite) and wins. He then bets R (its opposite)and wins. He then bets C (its opposite) and loses! He then bets C (its opposite) and wins. He then bets R (its opposite) and loses! He then bets R (its opposite) and wins.

He is clearly betting the opposite of the last result, using the 6th result back as the first bet.

Each row is a separate session for some reason however.

C*RrCccc

C bets R, R bets C, R bets C, C bets R, C bets R, C bets R -- always the opposite of the last result.

C*RCRrrC

C bets R, R bets C, C bets R, R bets C, R bets C, R bets C

C*cRrCR

C bets R, C bets R, R bets C, R bets C, C bets R

Now lets use a cohesive spin history from the RNG:

2232223=RCCRRC

BBRBBRR=RCCRCR

So:

R*

We are betting for/against 2B. In this case CHANGE and so CL 1 & 3.

We get 1R and win.

R*C

So now REPEAT which is CL2 & CL1 to cover our out for Black.

We get 2B and win.

R*CR

So now CHANGE which is CL 1 & 3.

We get 1B and win.

R*CRC

So now REPEAT which is CL2 & CL1.

We get 1R and win.

R*CRCR

So now CHANGE which is CL1 & CL3.

We get 1R and win.

R*CRCRC

And so our final bet is for REPEAT which is CL2 & CL1.

We get 3B and win.

R*CRCRCR

Wow 100% wins. So why would this even work if it does?

1) We use the 6th spin back as our "standard" for the next 6 spins

2) We expect that streaks of C or R

**of this 6th back result** will NOT happen in the majority of the next 6 spins

In concrete terms, we are saying that 2nd Column, Black (CL1) will not successively CHOP (333333) NOR successively STREAK (221211) but will produce patterns that MUST alternate between CHOP & STREAK (323132).

So:

**We are betting that a particular column will not be exclusively hit nor completely excluded over the next 6 spins.** This is why Joon says there must be balance. Sequences of 333333 (CL3 exclusively included) & 121212 (CL3 exclusively excluded) are unbalanced and rarer than balanced sequences like 323132.

We are betting against prolonged streaks in a single column (streaks of hitting and streaks of not hitting).

1.2.1.1.1.3

RBBRRB

In this case we DID have some streaking but it was on our "color insurance" column (CL1) which saves the day in both cases (C or R) because we are always betting on CL1 and either CL2 or CL3.

So that's why its against a PARTICULAR column streaking; i.e. specifically related to the 6th back number where we "stake our ground".

Regarding his results being a "loss" because he is betting 2CL's:

The orange are W the not colored are L

121 bets

73 W

48 L

+25

These results are taken after the 1 trigger... the other triggers are winning as well.

And its only Column Betting.

In the results the repeting Col ( win) is not included....

He must be parlaying his results just like in the Boffin(?) bet: 1W, 1 Parlay

So:

`WW <=== +3`

WL -3

W <=== no loss no parlay +1

WL -3

WW <=== +3

WL -3

WL -3

WL -3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WL -3

WL -3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WL -3

WL -3

WL -3

WL -3

WW <=== +3

WL -3

WW <=== +3

WL -3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WL -3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

W <=== no loss no parlay +1

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WL -3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WW <=== +3

WL -3

WW <=== +3

27 parlays +81

2 single wins +2

16 direct losses -48

+35 for the session

Test_DemoMaybe I am doing something right?

**Trigger 1: Bet OPPOSITE of the last result, starting with the 6th bet back's result**This is designed to trap a PARTICULAR pattern. The possibilities are:

R ===> we look for CRCRCR <=== these are

C ===> we look for RCRCRC <===

**Mixed Results****Trigger 2: Bet SAME of the last result**??

R ===> RRRRRR <=== these are

C ===> CCCCCC <===

**Series Results****Trigger 3: Bet SAME,OPPOSITE of the last result**??

R ===> RCCRRC <=== This is

**Cross Combination** (beginning SAME)

RCCR, CCRR, CRRC all contained in that sequence!

**Missing: RRCC**C ===> CRRCCR <=== This is

**Cross Combination** (beginning SAME)

CRRC, RRCC, RCCR

**Missing: CCRR****Trigger 4: Bet OPPOSITE,SAME of the last result**??

R ===> CCRRCC <=== This is

**Cross Combination** (beginning OPPOSITE)

CCRR, RRCC, CRRC

**Missing: RCCR**C ===> RRCCRR <=== This is

**Cross Combination** (beginning OPPOSITE)

RRCC, RCCR, CCRR,

**Missing: CRRC** It is now OBVIOUS to me how the triggers are constructed. We go back 6 spins and then examine the series that we have obtained since then -- THAT determines WHICH trigger we use.

The $3M question is: HOW DO WE LOOK AT A SEQUENCE OF 6 TO DETERMINE WHICH TRIGGER IS THE BEST?

Randomness is behaving with 3 ways ...

It series results , it is mixing results and it is making cross combinations.( it reminds you of something?)

In other words it can make big imbalances at a point it can make big balances at a point and it can make balances and imbalances at other point.

Your bet must be able to TRAP these 3 behaviors quickly enough with more winners than losers.

The magical thing with the bet is that it does that completely mechanical ... completely automatic.... because when the behavior changes... **the triggers are following these changes...**

So clearly we want to follow what the sequence of 6 is showing us. Its also clear that we must trap ALL of the behaviors, not JUST Cross Combinations.