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TIME IS STILL IMPORTANT
« on: December 25, 2016, 09:42:18 AM »
                                                    TIME IS STILL
                                                    IMPORTANT!

You don´t have to tell me, however, that each and every spin is independent. Isolated from all other spins here, there, and everywhere. In Past, Present and Future.

BUT we ourselves might not be that independent. Take your Time to think about that! And Merry Christmas!

Take your time to prepare yourself at home before going to the landbased Casino (BrIck-and-Mortar Casino). I myself avoid playing  anywhere else; and I only accept spins from live dealers or croupiers.
Being there I avoid WAITING TIME   by placing one chip on the latest of these double streets:
 1-6/7-12/13-18/19-24/25-30/31-36. Outside betting is more expensive at my favourite Casinos.
High minimum bets there.

 Many players believe in progressions. Short term solution! I stick, however, to MASSE ÉGALE-
FLAT BETTING: Never ever more than one single unit.

And I try not to spread too many chips at any time. Ludwig von Graph: "Nicht überpflastern"!

Of course the Casino stuff is aware of the time factor.  So usually you don´t find a clock hanging where you are supposed to HANG AROUND transcending TIME or whatever.

Knowing when to stop is essential to me. I´ll concentrate on area 1-36. In the beginning  of the session I have a piece of paper with 12X3 blank fields or Spaces. I simply write the winning numbers in their proper places in accordance with the table layout. As you might know, the most sleeping or Cold numbers (Plein-restanten) can sleep much too long. I USED TO STOP when only SEVEN of the 36 numbers had still not come.
Remember split? There are too many splits or cheveaux. I concentrate on 18 splits, say
1-4, 2-5, 3-6,
7-10, 8-11, 9-12,
13-16, 14-17, 15-18,
19-22, 20-23, 21-24,
25-28, 26-29, 27-30,
31-34, 32-35, 33-36. 

At the end of the day SEVEN numbers may still be sleeping.
If exactly seven of the numbers in the area are missing,
AT LEAST ELEVEN OF THE 18 SPLITS MUST HAVE COME WITH BOTH NUMBERS.
There is nothing like stating the obvious: 18-7 = 11 :)
Now let us go one step further: Eleven full splits can be seen within three columns (1-34, 2-35, 3-36)
So it goes without saying that somewhere withing these columns
 AT LEAST FOUR FULL SPLITS CAN BE SEEN IN AT LEAST ONE COLUMN!
It happens in due time! So  in end game of my session I notice three full splits in one column or other.  I THEN BET THAT ONE MORE CHOSEN CHEVAL/SPLIT THERE MUST BE FILLED IN WITH BOTH OF EACH NUMBERS. So in the end I bet Straight Up or plein, you know.

The session ends, as explained, with four chosen splits all filled in in one column.
With at least four splits turned up in a column, at least TWO of all appearing splits must be ADJACENT, side by side! In one column or other.
So in the beginning of the session I bet that  a few adjacent  column split come:

Has #1 come (cheval 1-4)  I´ll bet 7-10.
Has #27 come (split 27-30), I´ll wager these cheveaux: 21-24 & 33-36.
As soon as two adjacent splits have come in a column, I´ll bet no more splits in that column.

                                                        Enjoy!

« Last Edit: December 25, 2016, 10:54:25 AM by Dane »


 
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Re: TIME IS STILL IMPORTANT
« Reply #1 on: December 25, 2016, 04:13:56 PM »

Mange tak, Dane!

You say:
Has #1 come (cheval 1-4)  I´ll bet 7-10.
Has #27 come (split 27-30), I´ll wager these cheveaux: 21-24 & 33-36.

Now:
#20 comes, you bet 7-10, 21-24, 33-36 from before and add 14-17 and 26-29
#19 comes, you bet 7-10, 21-24, 33-36, 14-17 and 26-29 from before and add 13-16 and 25-28, yes?

And if we have a hit on any split, we reset all and start from next number?
 
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Re: TIME IS STILL IMPORTANT
« Reply #2 on: December 25, 2016, 05:59:03 PM »

Quote from: Great Dane
At the end of the day SEVEN numbers may still be sleeping.

Your "day" is 37 spins?
 

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Re: TIME IS STILL IMPORTANT
« Reply #3 on: December 25, 2016, 06:32:08 PM »
It would be around 60th spin.
 

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Re: TIME IS STILL IMPORTANT
« Reply #4 on: December 26, 2016, 04:35:53 PM »

Mange tak, Dane!

You say:
Has #1 come (cheval 1-4)  I´ll bet 7-10.
Has #27 come (split 27-30), I´ll wager these cheveaux: 21-24 & 33-36.

Now:
#20 comes, you bet 7-10, 21-24, 33-36 from before and add 14-17 and 26-29
#19 comes, you bet 7-10, 21-24, 33-36, 14-17 and 26-29 from before and add 13-16 and 25-28, yes?

And if we have a hit on any split, we reset all and start from next number?

You understand Danish too?
You are  right about how to add splits to betting. But after a SPLIT HIT we don´t reset.  ONE SPLIT HIT in that column should do. We have reached our split goal in that column.  Simply continue  filling in fields as more numbers come.
Often we get a split hit per column. Then a boring time might come,  in which we continue filling in spaces and bet the latest DS waiting for a pattern. IN THE END WE GET ONE STRAIGHT UP HIT
as four full splits come. In one column.

Quote from: Great Dane
At the end of the day SEVEN numbers may still be sleeping.

Your "day" is 37 spins?
It would be around 60th spin.

I got tired of counting spins, and I don´t even have to count to seven anymore
december seems to be close to the truth, however.
I have no degree in maths, but a cheap calculator should do. If you want to know  how many numbers (area 1-36) that are PROBABLY sleeping right after 60 spins from that area, simply calculate.
                                    (35/36)^60 X 36.
If you want to take Zero into account, simply calculate (36/37)^60 X 37.

Imagine that only seven numbers  in the columns have not come.
Seven missing numbers can PREVENT NO MORE THAN seven of the 18 splits from being totally filled in.
18-7 = 11. See the point? At least ELEVEN of the 18 splits MUST come with both numbers in that case. And we have three columns!
 11/3 = a little bit more than three, you see!
 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS BASIC LOGIC (almost for children), at least FOUR cheveaux or splits must come  with both numbers in Time in ONE COLUMN. I try to limit my bet selection by waiting. I SIT
UP STRAIGHT :) and wait for three full splits in a column. The other three splits there might have come with each one number. Then I bet the missing numbers there. A 4th full split in any column is the final goal in the end game. Combined, of course, with one straight up hit.
« Last Edit: December 26, 2016, 05:08:34 PM by Dane »
 
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Re: TIME IS STILL IMPORTANT
« Reply #5 on: December 27, 2016, 05:17:54 PM »

And we have three columns!
 11/3 = a little bit more than three, you see!
 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS BASIC LOGIC (almost for children), at least FOUR cheveaux or splits must come  with both numbers in Time in ONE COLUMN.

Maybe you can take also Dozens in account - there is also 3 of them!
So, after #7, it would be enough to play 1-4 and not 13-16 also....

I've started to learn Swedish this summer and it is good to know that it helps in understanding Danish also.
 

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Re: TIME IS STILL IMPORTANT
« Reply #6 on: December 28, 2016, 08:20:55 AM »

And we have three columns!
 11/3 = a little bit more than three, you see!
 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS BASIC LOGIC (almost for children), at least FOUR cheveaux or splits must come  with both numbers in Time in ONE COLUMN.

Maybe you can take also Dozens in account - there is also 3 of them!
So, after #7, it would be enough to play 1-4 and not 13-16 also....

I've started to learn Swedish this summer and it is good to know that it helps in understanding Danish also.

"Bankers nieces seek perfection
Expecting all the gifts that wise men bring"
(Bob Dylan in LOVE MINUS ZERO/NO LIMIT).

Of course you are right.  It is possible to include patterns from the 3 dozens.
According to legend, there were also 3 wise men bringing gifts to the new born Jesus.
In the Swedish language Christmas gift = JULKLAPP.
In Danish, however, Christmas gift = julegave.

What I mean to say: It is rather confusing with similar words with completely different meaning.
Surrounding by numbers on every side is not less confusing, if the way in which you mention numbers is different from  what you are used to. 35 in Danish: Femogtredive. In Swedish: Trettiofem.
I knew a teacher of the Danish music conservatory in Copenhagen  with Swedes and Danes among his students.  Half of them were bewildered when he mentioned numbers. So he invented a mixture in which 35 = FEMOGTRETTIOFEM. Sounds like nonsense, but his student understood it.

In an old Swedish article the author introduced the readers to a world in which
MARKER OCH GRÖNA FÄLT are inomhus away from what we normally call Nature.
To understand this you ought to know, that the Swedish word MARKER in this context are chips.
In this forum it is needless to add: WELCOME TO THE CASINO!