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Tribute for Saliu's contribution to the roulette world
« on: June 14, 2015, 06:50:49 PM »
Ion Saliu is a man of great experience and knowledge,he is revealing his experience with the wheel,his philosophical approach at his website: saliu.com
Also he dares to discuss almost about everything and everyone,don't expect strictly roulette approach,instead let your mind roam from topic to topic and then see everything with a loose interpretation...
For today,I want to bring to light one of the most brilliant systems of the roulette world; "super roulette strategy"
One of the things Saliu is known is his theory of streaks and doesn't conclude only on roulette,but also includes blackjack too!
I've attached his system in PDF format and on dgt (RX code)
First read the system and when you understand the principle,then you can adjust the settings on the dgt file accordingly.
« Last Edit: June 14, 2015, 07:26:03 PM by kav »


 

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Re: Tribute for Saliu's contribution to the roulette world
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2015, 07:27:35 PM »
Saliu is a great online friend. However he is no roulette player.
 

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Re: Tribute for Saliu's contribution to the roulette world
« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2015, 07:30:49 PM »
Saliu is a great online friend. However he is no roulette player.

He was a regular gambler,if he quit,that's another story.
He played at German and American casinos roulette and not only.
We are friends on FB,I like also his sense of humor!:-)
 

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Re: Tribute for Saliu's contribution to the roulette world
« Reply #3 on: June 14, 2015, 07:49:01 PM »
He was a regular gambler,if he quit,that's another story.
He played at German and American casinos roulette and not only.
We are friends on FB,I like also his sense of humor!:-)
No he didn't. Maybe you are confusing him with someone else. I know him since 1999. If I remember correctly he has never been to Germany.
Back then he could not spare the extra money for gambling. Later, by monetizing his site, his financial situation improved drastically, but he still does not have the gambler's bug. He played lotto and sporadically Blackjack in Atlantic City, but he is definitely not a "gambler". But he is a great guy and a great mind.
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Re: Tribute for Saliu's contribution to the roulette world
« Reply #4 on: June 14, 2015, 09:03:54 PM »
He was a regular gambler,if he quit,that's another story.
He played at German and American casinos roulette and not only.
We are friends on FB,I like also his sense of humor!:-)
No he didn't. Maybe you are confusing him with someone else. I know him since 1999. If I remember correctly he has never been to Germany.
Back then he could not spare the extra money for gambling. Later, by monetizing his site, his financial situation improved drastically, but he still does not have the gambler's bug. He played lotto and sporadically Blackjack in Atlantic City, but he is definitely not a "gambler". But he is a great guy and a great mind.

Really? What I wrote was from his own statements.
For me it doesn't really matter,although I know he was playing blackjack.
 

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Re: Tribute for Saliu's contribution to the roulette world
« Reply #5 on: June 14, 2015, 10:04:54 PM »
With large interest I have read Salius theory.Ì think for most visitors of that topic to difficult to understand. You can find most of his ideas in the different systems or methods. From my point of vieuw the method is to complex . At the table you have not the time to collect the payouts, note the occurences and study the sequence .After then you must take your decisions  and  put the new bets on the table.
The ones who have watch my demos must concluded SSB is faste and more simply.
When I play on the RNG roulette on internet I play more than 150 spins in an hour.
In my house casino I play three tables with  about 40 spins an hour each.

A system and method must be also playable.
 

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Re: Tribute for Saliu's contribution to the roulette world
« Reply #6 on: June 15, 2015, 03:59:33 AM »
So Dobble, practicality aside, what about the EFFECTIVENESS of his system?  How good is it if you had infinite time and patience to implement it?
 

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Re: Tribute for Saliu's contribution to the roulette world
« Reply #7 on: June 15, 2015, 06:02:52 AM »
Is his talk (with great self confidence) on streaks and repeating, or raindrop, realy new thought by him?? 
 

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Re: Tribute for Saliu's contribution to the roulette world
« Reply #8 on: June 15, 2015, 12:20:31 PM »
This paper of 25 years ago is in the present time not timely.
It have the image of a pseudo-scientific article. The new computer programs can make much better analyses.
A numeric description instead of an alphaeric one is suitable to compute the feature events and to make diagrams. For example a W or + is a 1 and a L or - is a 2. The described systems works with  the Martingale principle.
The wager is not on  the result of a single spin but on x-step EC or dozen event. A 6 step event has a probability of 2^6. This means that a short run sample is possible more than 1M spins. Test results within the short run cannot be used for conclusions. The probability of 1 in 64 spins causes that win streaks are much larger than loss streaks.
My SSB system is based on a probability of 1 in 2^10 spins. A loss streak is no longer than 1 spin.
The attached program analyses a random EC sequence.

 

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Re: Tribute for Saliu's contribution to the roulette world
« Reply #9 on: June 15, 2015, 01:16:04 PM »
Aha!  I think I am finally beginning to understand your "short run" theory.  Its based on how many spins it generally takes for an event to "crack" and actually happen?

Like for instance, if on the Kav, to get 7 losses without a 10 payout .9870538222261218 chance which (let's just say) it pretty much always "breaks" in 1M spins, that means its not sufficiently rare to stand up to your "short run analysis", right?