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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by BlueAngel on Today at 07:00:05 PM »
How clever of you, I'd have never thought of such ingenious strategy!

Just for your information, you don't need the Excel, just bet against the last 10 outcomes as you see them on the matrix.
If you'd bet for the last 10 to repeat, you'd have exactly the same chance as betting against them.

So there you have it, all you ever need is a Martingale and lot of luck!

Judging by the number of views on your blog there must be plenty of degenerated suckers out there, but please don't let my rambling wake you up, we need long term losers like you!
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by dobbelsteen on Today at 06:43:34 PM »
BA you can never find that dobbelsteen claims SSB is a Holy Grail. I wrote SSB has the feature of a HG. Play every day a 140 spins SSB sample. Only when you walk against a 20 High or Low you have a no hit. How many times do you have seen a 20 consecutive ECs in your roulette career. I think I have seen it 2 times in my 40 years visiting the casino.   
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: Roulette Computers
« Last post by Real on Today at 05:40:10 PM »
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The wheel velocity of the Camegh roulette is slacked down by a computer. This also possible with a real roulette. In that case all devices for predicting the result of a spin will fail.

  The RRS system is really nothing more than a gimmick.  It's about as beneficial to the casino as a screen door is to a submarine.  It actually introduces more problems with the wheel than it solves.
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by BlueAngel on Today at 05:30:04 PM »
Let me understand, you are saying that if we generate a sequence of 20 spins/results by an RNG or pseudo RNG (Excel) and then Martingale against that sequence, is this what you call SSB or HG ?!

My God, why some people are so stubbornly stupid!

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Gambling Philosophy / Re: What if you found the Holy Grail?
« Last post by Real on Today at 05:21:41 PM »
SSB
Martingale without a limit has always a positive win expectation.

Without the help of a computer, nobody can prove the features of any roulette system.

No, a computer is not required.  It's silly to say that one is required for proof.  It's actually just simple arithmetic.  Regardless of the progression used,
The long term expectation is -5.26% on the double zero wheel, and -2.7% on the single zero wheel.

No the limitless Martingale also has a negative long term expectation.  Since all bets must be resolved in roulette, even the limitless Martingale is a LOSER. 
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: Roulette Computers
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Today at 03:41:44 PM »
Then perhaps you could explain how it could be beneficial for casinos? Or even better , form a patent,  sell it.  Ifor you create such a device and implement it, l will send you box of good vine.
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: Roulette Computers
« Last post by Trilobite on Today at 02:50:18 PM »
I'm talking about adjustable un-levelling of wheels.
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: Roulette Computers
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Today at 01:01:13 PM »
 Defect spotting is always good to know.
     Tilt only marginally affect bias, if you know how to play it ,and not nessesarely affects vb. Adjustable leveling of wheels already exists,  up till now it's not a problem for a player, rather benefit.
    You shouldn't speak about roulette computers or RRS devices  if you don't know how they work.  Obviously RRS could be a problem for a novice player, but these who already have some experience do know how to deal with it. I'll tell you more, many of the wheels online l simply couldn't beat without RRS presence, in fact, it's a god sent device wich is very helpful. In some modes of its operation it removes nessesety of rotor speed assessment, in others removes nessesety to predict visually. Obviously it's all specific cases, but without RRS, such methods of " prediction"  wouldn't be possible at all.
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: Roulette Computers
« Last post by Trilobite on Today at 12:34:12 PM »
Micro adjustments, both speeding and slowing of the wheel throughout the spin duration have the ability to reduce the accuracy of roulette computers.

Learning to spot wheel bias seems the better option.

Even so, I think if manufacturers and casinos could including computerised wheel tilt adjustments in real time, then all the AP guys whether they be computer users or visual ballistic or bias spotters, would all be in trouble.

System players would be unaffected, of course.
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Gambling Philosophy / Re: Roulette Computers
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Today at 10:53:44 AM »
Are you familiar with all devices in and out of the market ?  To make such a statement you have to be.
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