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Cone1986

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The Physicalists Grail
« on: April 21, 2017, 09:41:58 AM »
Morning all,

Is it possible to have a system that does not fail? What is the definition of not failing? Walking away with one unit profit or 100?

The reason I'm pondering such questions is because I have now reached spin 14800 using my system without a BR loss. There is a possible scenario that I worked out that could happen that would wipe my BR in half - this has never happened. Am I just getting lucky? Is this sequence from hell appearing when I've shut down my computer and gone to bed? I was so curious I started manually retrieving the previous 500 spins from the table history each day before I began play - not found this dreaded sequence.

The only time when I have lost any part of my BR is when I think to myself, "surely my system is about to fail, I better put a large random nonsensical panic bet on" Everytime that has happened and I've lost, I've continued virtual play and realised if I stuck to system I would of never got about a 64U progression after 10 losses.

I have began writing a PDF of what I do to win, and will release it when it's ready.

What I find most surprising is that my system is based on physical uncertainties that I studied when getting my masters in physics. I'm using probabilistic expectation combined with linear algebra, the same principles that I use when calculating the expected position of an electron in space time.

Hopefully none of you will think I'm crazy for this post, but I just wanted to share my experience so far.

Regards,

Cone



 
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Reyth

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Re: The Physicalists Grail
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2017, 10:02:04 AM »
Wow!  Sounds great! :D

Do you bet on every spin?  If so, 15K spins is quite impressive.  It would appear that a simple doubling of stakes should recover easily.

You can look at past spins online?
 
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Re: The Physicalists Grail
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2017, 10:04:11 AM »
From what I have read so far your approach seems to be sound. Your pdf will certainly be interesting reading.
 
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Re: The Physicalists Grail
« Reply #3 on: April 21, 2017, 01:05:19 PM »
Hi Cone,

Reyth makes a great question. Did you observe or bet on each one of 15K spins?

The definition of a winning system is a reason for too many misunderstandings. Everyone's expectations are different and many expect the impossible. If you can almost (there's never 100%) consistently, on average,  make $10 profit in under an hour with less than 1K bankroll, then you definitely have a winner there. Even if you can make $10 within 2 hours with 2K bankroll you have a great system. Because this means that if you increase both your bankroll and playtime you can exponentially increase your profit, playing more time with higher value chips.

Where do you play? Online, B&R casino, airball etc.?
Do you play with real money?

There is always a sequence from hell. Neither you nor anyone else can avoid this. You don't have to search past spins to find it. Just write down the numbers that would make you lose bet after bet. Then look at this sequence and ask yourself does this look impossible? Chances are that it wouldn't look too strange to dismiss it as impossible.

This however does not mean that all systems are useless. What this means that there is always the chance to go bust! Like there is always the chance for something totally unusual to happen in our lifes, like winning the lottery. There is always a theoretical chance. The reality is that most people don't win the lottery. It's the same with a great system. there is always the chance to go bust, even if you had the best system ever. A good system can minimize the chances to go bust but can't prevent it with absolute certainty.
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Re: The Physicalists Grail
« Reply #4 on: April 24, 2017, 08:56:18 PM »
Hi .... can you tell us your strategy ....
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