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scepticus

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Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Reply #570 on: July 16, 2017, 05:19:28 PM »
Well, O.K. dobbelsteen .The 3 virtual losses is part of a strategy  but you can't have a Hit within 3 virtual losses  THe point I made was that you yourself   now seem to wait for3 Virtual Losses  before betting  . So do you? 
I have said before that a 10 step marty  is not advisable .
You are still challenging others to beat your SSB so isn't it obvious that you regard it as THE BEST ?And you do overbet with it . Blaise Pascal's Triangle considers all the possibilities involved in all the 10 spins when you are seeking only one win in that ten.
My basic roulette idea  is the 9 block . There are several  systems that can be developed from it. Anyone that examines it can produce their own system . A Strategy is only the application of a system . If you examine any of the 9 blocks you will find that one of the 9 lines will have at least 3 correct .
 

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« Reply #571 on: July 16, 2017, 09:02:30 PM »

It is very difficult to explain every particular move.You can start the betting after the first  3 virtual losses. I think you have no idea of SSB. On you Tube there is a video of a 100 spins SSB example. Without the knowledge of EXCEL you can study SSB with the attach performance.
Can you show a 100 spins event of your 9 block strategy. Try to beat SSB with your 9 block theory.

 

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« Reply #572 on: July 16, 2017, 09:43:37 PM »
No Dobbel I don’t understand your strategy  because I have never attempted to. Just like many others .
What do you mean by
CODE
SSB ( Silly Sad B*st*rd  or Shoe Shine Boy ? )
Bet
Unit
Payout
Profit
Sum Bet
Sum po
Sum profit
Yes. I could guess some of them but for the sake of clarity I think you should explain .
Using the numbers you have given I would have made a PROFIT of 20 units on 13 x 2 x2unit Doubles  / Parlays.
20 units profit on a total stake of 52 units is acceptable to me. A fortunate   sample for sure but I did not pick the numbers . Sometimes we win - sometimes we lose and I usually use a form of Hit and Run strategy.Had I used he Hit and Run strateyI would have won 7 units on 5 bets of 4 units each -2x2.
Will I tell you my system ? No. Why should I when I have  already shown the breakdown in my thread of HOW this can be done ?  I had to do the digging and so must you -and any other interested party.
I could, I suppose , have another go by explaining from a different angle.
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« Reply #573 on: July 16, 2017, 09:55:22 PM »
I have much respect for you and your passion/knowledge in the game Dobbelsteen.

But you really shouldn't hold onto your SSB strategy or method as being superior to others.

That can be seen on almost every single post that you have ever written on this forum.

 
 

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« Reply #574 on: July 17, 2017, 09:15:32 AM »
My SSB excel program with explanation is required all over the world. It is free available.

The superior feature is  that that the player has not to wait for triggers. After every hit there is a new trigger of 10 figures. You can not find a comparable system on the internet

There is a well known story of a shoe shine boy who visited a casino.

The RNG create a number between 0 and 36. High becomes the 2, low the figur 1 and the zero  the figure 0.
Bet is the input and a unit can have every worth. The payout is 2x the input. Profit is the difference between the payout and the input. Sum bet is cumulative input after every spin. Sum profit is the cumulative profit after every spin
After closing the session the last line of the  program give you how much you have bet and  won.

Such detailed reports I miss on the forum
 

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« Reply #575 on: July 17, 2017, 03:44:13 PM »
Dobbelsteen
If you mean that your SSB is " superior " to others  only because it does not need to wait for a " trigger" then you are  clearly wrong. The worth of a system is that it profits and not because it does not need a trrigger.
If the Numbers Board has no previous numbers on it you would need to wait for your 10 numbers . In any case your 10 numbers ARE the trigger. If you were correct then I could claim that mine was superior to  yours because I need only 2 prior numbers - not 10.
As to your SSB method . I think you use a 10 step Martingale iwth a table bank of 512 .  If so, then your SSB is nothing other than a Bog-Standard Martingale .. A Marty is a Marty - is a Marty !And no serious player would play such a system  BECAUSE of the excessive Risk Factor.
You claim too much !.
 

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« Reply #576 on: July 17, 2017, 07:55:09 PM »
Scepticus you do not understand the difference between simulation on the computer and the real game.10step
. Do you know why I  use a 10 step Martingale. The risk of SSB is a 20 spins sequence as 20 High numbers the game does not need a previous 10 number trigger or a board or a RNG. What is the real risk?
It is possible that your system has other superior features. Now you compare cows and horses.
 

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« Reply #577 on: July 17, 2017, 10:43:52 PM »
Dobbelsteen
I regard the results of simulation as applying only to that particular simulation. I am aware that others in the forum disagree . So I DO understand the difference between a simulation and  actual betting.
You don't bet 20 spins - only 10 . So your first 10 is the trigger particularly as you change your bets  if you win.The prevous 10 results become your new trigger.. AS I understand it anyway.
What is the real risk ? The fact that you may lose 512 chips if those 10 bets lose . You are gambling that you will win 512 x 1 chip bets before doing so.
The Martingale is the best known strategy in gambling and no  serious gambler bets it . Nor does any mathematician  recommend it. On the contrary , most say that you should NOT bet it. There are newcomers to roulette in this forum and I think it irresponsile to recommend it to them .
Anyway, you did not answer my question. Did you not make a post in this forum thhat you now made your first 3 bets of the Marty  as Virtual Bets ?
I think you also posted that the Dices was your favourite bet yet encourage others to use the Marty.Seems strange .   
 

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« Reply #578 on: July 18, 2017, 08:01:41 AM »
The Martingale betting selection is mostly used for a wager on a one spin event. For example bet red after black.
SSB wagers on an event, consisting of 10 random occurrences. The risk percentage is a measure for the risk, not the number of the lost units. Simulation predict a profit percentage between 2 and 25%. The La Partage rule increases the profit. This is also a particular feature of SSB and the French roulette.

3  Virtual losses is the same as a betting scheme 0-0-0-1-2-4-8-16-32-64 .Smaller risk but also smaller profit!!! I can not explain SSB more clearly.

I wager on all the outsides chances and streets and double streets. I never play a single strategy.
Spread your risk over more than one strategy. Beat the roulette is to leave the casino with more money than by entrance.
 

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Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Reply #579 on: July 18, 2017, 09:48:29 AM »
Clearly, dobbelsteen, you do not understand the Martingale. It is not one bet but a sucession of bets where the bet size doubles form the previous one if the previous one  has lost.
I  am not complaiing about you playing it but you should not tout it as better than other sytems when it is not,
We will never agree here dobbel but please stop your boasting about your SSB.
 

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« Reply #580 on: July 18, 2017, 10:17:30 AM »
Yes I agree. Our approach of the roulette theory differ too much. My followers can draw their own conclusions. Without the help of the computer it is impossible to judge systems and make predictions.
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« Reply #581 on: July 19, 2017, 08:12:02 AM »
Every system needs a strategy. For the streets, I suggest to note the occurrence of the 12 streets. Start flat betting on the street after a sleep of 36 spins. Hit and run after a profit. You record 12 streets and the expectation is that the triggers follow up soon. Sometimes you have to bet on more than one street.