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Dane

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Uniting numbers in diagonal. Flat betting
« on: May 20, 2015, 07:36:57 AM »
I have often played with numbers structured in 6x6 fields. With 1-6 in the first upper line,
7-12 in the second and so forth and so on.  No magic and no rocket science there.
You could  bet that one missing number comes to unite other numbers in any vertical or horizontal
group. Examples: If #3 and #5 had come, you could bet #4.
                               If #24 and #36 had come, you could bet #30.
 You could easily find more examples. Only the four numbers in the corners (#1, #6, #31, and #36) would never be wagered in any example,  if we focused on the horizontal and vertical groups.
UNITING NUMBERS  IN DIAGONALS SEEMS TO WORK BETTER.
Examples: #1 and #15 came. Bet #8 (flat betting or masse égale).
                  # 24 and # 34 came. Bet #29.

Why on Earth would  such a diagonal procedure  work better?
The answer might be A MORE LIMITED BET SELECTION!
With this diagonal procedure we never bet any of the TWENTY numbers at the border line, so to speak. None of them could ever unite any numbers in any diagonal. To bet too many numbers is rather common.
After just one hit our session ends. Good luck!
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Re: Uniting numbers in diagonal. Flat betting
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2015, 12:52:36 PM »
I am in doubt as to how many numbers I would be betting at once & when I would place my first bet and why.  Do you have a sample game you could post?
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Re: Uniting numbers in diagonal. Flat betting
« Reply #2 on: May 20, 2015, 03:16:38 PM »
I am doubt as to how many numbers I would be betting at once & when I would place my first bet and why.  Do you have a sample game you could post?

Sorry, my time is running out.  I´ll be pleased to post an example tomorrow!
 

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Re: Uniting numbers in diagonal. Flat betting
« Reply #3 on: May 21, 2015, 05:07:04 AM »
This is a bit like your idea of the 4 phases is it not? In that strategy you could bet the edges if that edge number would complete a diagonal or set of 5 in horizontal/vertical direction and so on. How did you go with this in the end?

I have a little theory as to why this type of strategy might (and I say MIGHT) work.

In a grid such as 6x6 it seems to me that what random does NOT do is rain numbers down evenly spread about the "tile" - usually. Not like a true raindrop pattern - raindrops on a tile does seem to be fairly evenly spread. So if this is true then you will see "clumping" appear and this means that, as the grid fills, then in order for a new number to be found it will have to be abutting other numbers rather than in a clear space. Of course the evenly spread situation can occur too because it is one of the possible random patterns that can appear and we will have a losing session when these turn up.

I did play around with the 4 phases a little bit and when it wins it does astonishingly well - but when we are in a phase where there are lots of repeaters, OR all the new numbers go into the clear spaces, then we lose big time.

 

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Re: Uniting numbers in diagonal. Flat betting
« Reply #4 on: May 21, 2015, 09:15:15 AM »
To sqzbox: Yes,  it is a bit like the 4 phases. I too lost in the end with that.  I find your theory as to why this type of strategy MIGHT work fascinating.
To Reyth: Now I have the time to  show the procedure in details as promised. I grab an old Permanenz from Germany.

1st SESSION:
18, 19, 29, 3, 34, 32, 1, 25, 7, 5, 24, 25, 0, 36, 34, 15.
Start betting 10 (between 5 and 15).
Start betting 20 (between 15 and 25).
Start betting 22 (between 15 and 29).

7, 14, 36, 2, 9, 2, 35, 12, 10. HIT! End of 1st session.
10 brought 5 and 15 together.
We bet three numbers.

2nd SESSION:
31, 13, 3.
Start betting 8 (between 2 and 13).
16, 13, 4, 10, 2.
Add 9 to betting (between 2 and 16).
6
Add 11 to betting (between 6 and 16).
31, 34, 18, 27.
Add 20 to betting (between 13 and 17).
10, 6, 6, 0, 18, 31, 5, 1, 19, 31, 25, 0, 22, 16, 17, 2, 20. HIT! End of  2nd session
20 brought 13 and 17 together.
In this session four numbers were wagered.

After five session I notice that the average duration  of a session was 24.6 spins.
In the end of the session (in average) 3.6  numbers were wagered.
 

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Re: Uniting numbers in diagonal. Flat betting
« Reply #5 on: June 23, 2015, 06:55:38 AM »
Very interesting approach, very original.
3,6 numbers and 24 spins means that flat betting can result in loss. Do you suggest a light progression?