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20 Years???? I create players in weeks, they start to predict in hours!!!!  Face to face teaching..  my record is 30 min they to start to predict.
   Some people are misslead. ..
Roulette Strategy Discussion / Red/Black Odd/Even bets
« Last post by leowls on March 17, 2018, 11:35:34 AM »
Hi guys,

If we divide the results in blocks of 3, we will have the following 8 possible combinations:

1 RRR      3 RBR     5 BRR     7 BBR
2 RRB      4 RBB     6 BRB     8 BBB

If you martingale on either R or B, there is 7/8 chance of winning the session. The only problem is when you hit a RRR or BBB block, in which case you lose 7 units. Therefore to maximize the chance of winning, place a bet only when either 3 Rs or Bs have occurred and bet on the 1st and 2nd spins of the 2nd block. If lose on the 1st round, double up on the 2nd. This is because out of the 7 winning combinations, (assuming you are betting on R) 6 blocks contains an R element in either in the 1st or 2nd position of the block and only 1 block in the last position. Our chance of winning here is 6/7. We will not risk our bankroll on the BBR block since there is only a 1/7 chance it will come to effect. This is to help curb unnecessary losses before moving on to the next session with the next level of progression.

Some simple 2 elements per level of progression is needed here since the win rate is high.
It can take 10-20 years, to understand the game well enough to predict section targets accurately enough to make a steady income from it, and you cannot " learn" using short-cuts like electronically generated RNG lists, or programs that number crunch independently.
And, I recommend to stay away from RC's being promoted anywhere, they cannot be considered scientifically accurate, for several obvious reasons.
Learn the wheel, learn a fixed (wheel sequence) sector (nieghbours) cast, and don't play progressions..
There are 37 possible groups of seven numbers on the EU wheel, and that will give you a 4 to 1 return overall, if you play "en plein" and flat bet.
Learning how to feel "comfortable" with your forecast targets during play, is something that will prove or disprove your mettle, and does not automatically qualify your success.
How can you compute a players edge?
Some decades ago I read about the socalled law of the thirds in some German roulette book.
According to German roulette words a "Plein-Rotation" takes 37 spins when it comes to single numbers (including Zero). Accordingly a street-rotation ("mit 12 dreier-Transversalen") takes 12 spins from area 1-36. And a rotation with six elements takes six throws.
The German writer came with an interesting observation: After  just 2½ rotations (say 15 spins) all  six elements should have come. Streets and single numbers typically takes more than 2½ rotations to come out with all their parts. I don´t know if you are able to use this information.
Anyway, the experienced gambler knows that 1/6 can sleep very long.
Questions and Answers / Re: Can multiple people have an edge over the casino?
« Last post by cht on March 17, 2018, 02:33:45 AM »
You play with partners -

1. to track more tables at a time for your signal,

2. to increase the rate of games played,

3. to play continuously 24/7,

4. to diversify risk.
Questions and Answers / Re: Electronic roulette game machine...
« Last post by heatmap on March 17, 2018, 02:30:33 AM »
@Petespin tell us more or all of the specifics and how you know
Questions and Answers / Re: Can multiple people have an edge over the casino?
« Last post by heatmap on March 17, 2018, 02:27:50 AM »
If people split profits can we gain an better advantage than just playing alone?
Questions and Answers / Re: Blackjack...say what?
« Last post by heatmap on March 17, 2018, 02:26:46 AM »
I physically just got done playing blackjack and am wondering how you don't see the card that they put into the last ~ 2 decks isn't technically removing cards
Yes, the law of 2/3 holds true then.
In 6 throws you will only get 4 sides on average.
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