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thomasleor

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Easy Money versus the Strong and Weak Law of large numbers
« on: April 21, 2017, 09:18:57 AM »

In life, there is no such thing as "easy money".  Even a crime, of any sort,  takes effort and thought combined with good timing and luck. Turning the light on roulette, the king of random number generators in the gambling world, the very same principle ensues from the Strong and Weak Law of large numbers.

This law stipulates that the average of results extracted from a large number of tests will not only be closer to the expected value but even come closer as more tests are implemented.

Most gamblers lack basic knowledge in game theory and consequently disregard  this field of mathematics, either by said ignorance, or some inborn obsessive defiant disorder, convincing themselves that somehow this universal law can be overcome or put aside in order for their own "will" to come through and fulfill any given desire rising from challenging the representative archetypes of this law, be it roulette, craps, lottery or otherwise.

The only way to beat a material archetype based on this law is to approach the very fundament of said archetype. In roulette that would be the Wheel and its specific distribution of numbers and not the table and its distribution of numbers that doesn't match the wheel array.

Said approach need to take into account the prevalent physics at play during any given spin and include four factors: Energy, Frequency, Resistance, Vibration(Mass).

Every given spin can be represented as a waveform of energy, and every waveform is calculable through an array of mathematical tools as to predict its direction, interference and outcome.

When you for example use a laser against a roulette wheel you implement above named factors.

But as physical instruments of this sort are prohibited in any given Casino, a more theoretical approach is needed where a set of algorithms has to be devised,  including not only the EFRV factors, but also act as immaterial substitutes for the laser measuring equipment.

This later technique is known as Wheel Distance Differentiation, or alternatively, Frequency Distance Differentiation.

Any given platform using said Algorithmic matrix is bound to produce results that more or less invalidates the Strong and Weak Law of large numbers during any given game,  leaving its participant in said numerical continuum of non-randomness",  with a wide open field of applicable options that easily can predict sectors on the wheel where the ball will stop its spin direction through the factors of EFRV.

Is this a way to easy money. Certainly not, as even such an application takes considerable effort and thought. Yet the outcome can be said to be superior to any given trials by those who believe the Strong and Weak Law of large numbers can be set aside by mere trial of repeated pattern implementation, where the only variance is the change of pattern and bet selection.

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Re: Easy Money versus the Strong and Weak Law of large numbers
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2017, 10:06:40 AM »
So, I assume you only play on live wheels?

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Re: Easy Money versus the Strong and Weak Law of large numbers
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2017, 01:41:41 PM »

Theories still need to be implemented in practice, Thomas.
So  let's cut to the chase. How much do you win by implementing this theory?

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Re: Easy Money versus the Strong and Weak Law of large numbers
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2017, 08:28:49 AM »

Theories still need to be implemented in practice, Thomas.
So  let's cut to the chase. How much do you win by implementing this theory?

Oh, If I told you what really happens when you penetrate through the supposed wall of game theory, as applied to the game of roulette, I would lose all the fun reading the hilarious "theories" on this forum.

Let me put it this way;

There are people, of which the owner of this site is sadly one of them, who believe accurate number-, or sector prediction in roulette via any given mathematical tool is more or less impossible. Then there are, to my knowledge, a set of outstanding individuals that as a team has not only found what I have written about in my previous post to be an astounding reality, proven as such, through a year-long test period, but once done so producing results beyond their wildest imagination and expectations. Consequently said individuals have slowly been harvesting the fruits of said knowledge and developed sector predicting platforms  for a specific number of online Casinos offering roulette games with live dealers.

How much said individuals make on any given day of Real Money play?...<grins>...well, to borrow an old saying from the Rolls Royce manufacturer: "Our cars provide adequate power".
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Re: Easy Money versus the Strong and Weak Law of large numbers
« Reply #4 on: April 22, 2017, 02:05:02 PM »
I think Kav has only said that we cannot know what is the next spin?  He constantly relies upon mathematics and wheel sectors.

I think he HAS come out strongly against VB and/or dealer signature methods however.  Is that what you do, VB/dealer signature?
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Re: Easy Money versus the Strong and Weak Law of large numbers
« Reply #5 on: April 22, 2017, 03:26:29 PM »

outstanding individuals relying on a team ?
Why ?
To make themselves invisible ?
Online ?
A team would need to win megabucks to make it worthwhile so come on, Thomas - stop evading my question.
What profit % to bankroll do these guys make ?

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