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Casino Lounge / Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Last post by Reyth on Today at 01:14:50 PM »
Dobble, I don't think there enough spins to really see a pattern yet.  What we see is the wild fluctuations of an early game where many DS change positions.  Can you do 500 spins?

Awesome thoughts Thomas!
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Bankroll Management
« Last post by McCoy on Today at 11:32:06 AM »
Incidentally , what do you think of Mathematicians' belief that we cannot use past winning numbers because the wheel " has no memory "  ?

Clearly you can't argue with that, at least the part about the wheel having no memory, but it's just a statement of the obvious given the default mathematical model of roulette. That doesn't mean that you can't win however. Past winning numbers do have relevance but I suppose it depends how you interpret them. The wheel *does* have a memory in a way because the past spins are a record of *something*, they can't be a record of nothing. Bias wheel trackers have to use past spins don't they? But whether this record is of use for predicting future outcomes I wouldn't like to say because it's still early days for me. I'm rather sceptical that there is some 'universal' system which can be applied to any and every roulette wheel or even RNG, but I haven't ruled it out. Time will tell.
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Casino Lounge / Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Last post by thomasleor on Today at 11:22:05 AM »


Roulette is indeed a simple game Dobbelsteen. To most the problem is that they cannot read the variance curve of their bet selections versus the number generation of the wheel.

Here is a simple platform I developed some time ago for those in my team that likes betting on double streets. The platform tracks the spun numbers and offers bet on two bets performing double streets in any given spin. That means 12 numbers and of course way better than the ordinary dozen play the casino offers with its three dozen marked on the table.

The platform displays three variance curves, each one showing the variance of the best performing Double streets including the double streets combinations it is bound to as to cover the entire table (the other two windows)



The best going in this example from a session against an online Casino live dealer roulette (Casino International), is the top curve in the first window. It shows DS 1-6 and DS 19-24 has so far made a 49% hit-rate, compared to the blind bet probability of 32.4% for any given 12 number selection.

The platform found this Chart (7) very early in the game, and also in the midst of a previously winning chart, but this chart with a way better variance curve. Once the break out, as seen in the image below,  was a fact, I started betting on the variance curve as it started ascending into positive green territory, scoring 6 clean wins out of 7, making a nice +22 units on that break out which with an earlier chart that also offered me an opportunity earn a nice profit on a positive variance ride made this session ending in a total profit of 46 units before I stopped the game having reach a nice day target.



So, yes, I agree with your assessment that roulette is a simple game and being able to read a variance curve of your bet-selection against its infinite generation of numbers is not so hard once you learn said language like any other language in order to be able to understand what is said.
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Casino Lounge / Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Last post by dobbelsteen on Today at 08:33:57 AM »

I have made so many Excel programs to analyse the different table chances.

Here an example of the occurrence of the DSs. The interest in my research is not very popular.

Roulette is a very simple game. The problem is to beat the advantage of the roulette. This is only possible with simple systems and strategies. A large number of small profits makes a fortune.
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Casino Lounge / Re: A message for thanks to Charles win3million
« Last post by jerome26b on Yesterday at 09:34:49 PM »
Esenin,

or duncan or whatever,
your last post is smelling 500% scam sorry you don't have the talent of Charles it seems...
last post on me on this thread that became a circus.  I will let the dreamers continue to dream about the hypothetical $ they will earn soon. I just hope nobody sense here will fall in this trap. Oh yes maybe it's the hidden trigger of Charles on his site to trap not the roulette outcome but the money of foolish people.
Enjoy guys ;-)

jerome.
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Bankroll Management
« Last post by Reyth on Yesterday at 09:22:36 PM »
Ikr?  I love his approach and he is tonnes better at it than I am! :D

Chin Up!
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Casino Lounge / Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Last post by Reyth on Yesterday at 09:19:25 PM »
Have you tried testing multiple selections simultaneously?  Like all 3 Dozens at once?  I think we shall notice a difference in one of them in every trial...
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Casino Lounge / Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Last post by dobbelsteen on Yesterday at 08:50:38 PM »

 Dobbelsteen theory
I have done and do much research at the random sequences of the roulette. I have developed the short and long run theory. All opponents of roulette will tell you that the results are random, independent and unpredictable. A profit is always luck.
The roulette has an advantage of 2,7% ( one zero roulette) and on the long run everyone will lose. Nobody can tell you what long run means.

My research has learned me that the long run depends on the kind of bet. Basically there are 37 number bets. The 37 number bet has a long run of 0 spins and a one number bet over 1M spins. It is a myth that every wagering kind shall end with a loss of 2,7%.

I have found that every system has a point from where a permanent loss occurs. I have called that point DTOP.
A graph of the occurrence result shows that the result fluctuates. In the beginning the peaks and valley are very high and low. There is a large unbalance of the results. This unbalance has the feature to stabilize. For example this is the case for Red and Black when The ratio R/B is 1. The long run starts.

Where can a player fetch his profit? This is only possible in the first 100 spins. This is a normal play session of a player. A simple system and bank management is enough.
The ECs, the  dozens, the columns and DS are the best table chances. Before starting your bets ,study the history of the last 20 spins and the stats of the last 50 spins. The peaks and valleys are easy recognizable.
The theory of probabilities is very useful for the earlier called chances. The triangle of Blaise Pascal give you fast the probabilities of the ECs. A method of mixed bets is most profitable and spread the risk. The chance, you will fall  in the mouse trap of a variance is very small. Nobody can predict the number of the next spin. Gamblers Fallacy does not exist for a real player.
The knowledge of the short run is the basis for developing a good method. Long run test of systems are very interested and prove,  systems cannot beat the roulette. Your advantage is in the short run.
The number of systems is infinity. There will be always individuals who try to find a Holy Grail. The losers are the fish for the sharks.
The pleasure of playing with the random rows is , why I am a passionate roulette player.
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Bankroll Management
« Last post by scepticus on Yesterday at 08:20:18 PM »

Reyth
" The wheel has  no memory " is  a Stock Phrase  of mathematicians . Together with the HE these are  the reasons they use to argue  that the HE cannot be beaten (  deep breath ! )  " In the Long Run " .
What I am trying to do is counter their arguments .
But- Yes- the question is " Can we use this Information or is it Useless Information. " ?
Hopefully this is a question McCoy is working on.
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