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saiki

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RNG BIAS. RNG CODE
« on: September 04, 2015, 07:12:00 AM »
hello.what is RNG BIAS and RNG CODE? what some people say about them who claim to beat online roulette using these?whether you believe or not members please post your knowledge on these


 

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Re: RNG BIAS. RNG CODE
« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2015, 10:22:44 AM »
I believe its a scam I just want to be very plain about that.  Please see my post in the "Roulette India" thread.
 

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Re: RNG BIAS. RNG CODE
« Reply #2 on: September 04, 2015, 01:10:50 PM »
saiki dont be fooled , even if someone could break an rng code [ i dont think its possible] should be crazy to posted in public !! and in addition online roulette softwares are much more complicated than u think...........well controlled !
 

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Re: RNG BIAS. RNG CODE
« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2015, 02:53:49 AM »
The only RNG that qualifies IMHO, is the unique result/being there combination of reaction to numbers, physics and live people, because no matter how many millions?  of combinations you load into an electronic 'test to destruction' program, it all changes when your idea or 'system' is  combined and applied with real cash money at a B&M casino.
As dobbelsteen so accurately pointed out, long run results and percentage indicators (no matter how they are arrived at), mean little when the physical, playing environment is only a few hours long.
That doesn't even register against short, medium or long run data.
Lets see, 25 Sph x 3Hrs x 4 Dpw x 25 Wks = 7500 Spins.
We would all be severely dead if that sort of regimen was demanded.
I could'nt do half of that and I have lots of stamina.
Not to trivialize recent events, we need some optimism in our chosen path.   Later...Ringmaster
 
 

Mike

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Re: RNG BIAS. RNG CODE
« Reply #4 on: November 20, 2015, 08:47:24 AM »

As dobbelsteen so accurately pointed out, long run results and percentage indicators (no matter how they are arrived at), mean little when the physical, playing environment is only a few hours long.


Ringmaster,

I assumed you're talking about systems and not AP, in which case what alternative do you propose? I assume you ARE suggesting that there is "something better" than "conventional" probability which can serve as "indicators" in the SHORT run? If so, why should these indicators be any different than long run indicators when the long run is nothing but a collection of short runs?

And in any case, the very idea of "indicators" is absurd when outcomes are independent. What does the indicating and what is indicated?
« Last Edit: November 20, 2015, 08:53:48 AM by Mike »
 

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Re: RNG BIAS. RNG CODE
« Reply #5 on: November 20, 2015, 09:20:52 AM »
Long run idicators does not exist.A roulette signal is used to start or stop an profitable event
The signals are mostly anomalities of the random row. A collection of short particular eventsshall never be a random row. See my clear explanation to Reaal.
 

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Re: RNG BIAS. RNG CODE
« Reply #6 on: November 20, 2015, 01:11:53 PM »
I kind of agree with Mike here.  Probability and possibilities are what they are regardless of the length of sessions.  Long runs (the longer the better) are good for demonstrating what the possibilities are and how a system must be constructed to best deal with them.  As Kav says, "learn to deal with the worst sequences".

Very (very very very) long runs are not useless because specific sequences can be isolated and studied that represent the worst of "deviations".

I find that after about a trillion spins, things pretty much remain the same.  The (in?)famous "Monte Carlo" moments do not show up even after quadrillions of spin tests and so they are always the risk that we face.  This is a key to system design.
 

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Re: RNG BIAS. RNG CODE
« Reply #7 on: November 21, 2015, 12:18:47 AM »
OK, OK, I know all data can be mined, and proven useful, but I never understood why and how a million (or trillion??) run of artificially concocted and analyzed RNG results could benefit the human with a hunch, and some green to cast around. From my observations here and elswhere, it seems that potential players, cadet AP's, even conservative optimists all want Saturday Lotto numbers on Friday night before they will consider taking chances. Now go to the Systems section, OK! Ringmaster.