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OK, OK, Here it is!
« on: November 21, 2015, 12:30:48 AM »
  OK, OK, Here it is!!!
My drop chart/graph however you want to describe it, runs like this.
I use an (available) clean scorecard that (usually) has twelve columns.
I mark each of the column (headings) as shown,
Red-Odd-Black-Even-High-Low-Doz1-Doz2-Doz3-Col1-Col2-Col3, so that I can quickly assess the peaks and troughs of the chart. In the first instance the (1to1) result columns will 'fill' three cells at a time, while the second two groups (dozens and columns) will 'fill' two cells per recorded number.
Usually, when playing I do not write down the actual result number, as I would have to re-write it four times for each spin, and if it accidentally mis-charted, the subsequent results are useless, so I would just 'tag' each cell with a pen-stroke as required.
The indicator cells fill from the top down, and the troughs soon become apparent.
As you can see, the information gathered from charting just the first eighteen numbers, (highlighted blue on in the lower left column so you more easily see their order of delivery) produces comprehensive info.
The Zero showed up on spin eighteen, and for this demo, I stopped the recorded data at that point.
I normally begin playing after such nine results are recorded, and, as you can surmise, I have three options available to me,
   
  • I can hold off committing a wager for longer than the 'trigger' point.
     
  • I can wager on the trough point being valid, and wager on 'filling' troughs.
     
  • I can wager against the trough point, and follow the run on peak points.
The pattern emerging is quite distinct, with waves and troughs easy to read.
The wheel results (although entirely independent of each other) here co-relate in this method of scoring past events.
This, to me, makes some playable order out of a prior series of random events, and I play accordingly. The evidence on the chart shows that both Red and Black numbers are level, High and Even numbers are level, that Low numbers in Col 1 are level, and , finally that Col 2, and Col 3 are level.
With these recorded facts, coming “live” from the observed B&M Casino wheel I present these figures as consecutive, true and accurately recorded.
The indication (at this point!) is that Odd numbers in the Doz 2, Col 2&3 are most likely to appear. The expected trough 'target is the corner including 20-21-23-24, with preference given to the Odd numbers (21-23)
Now look at the actual results that followed the Zero.
That was not unexpected, but I ascertained no qualifying information from the Colour, Even and High columns.

The“sharpened” target will be most evident when column troughs and peaks are most exaggerated, as the system ideally requires one standout number to attack.
My total bet is four pieces per wager, one cheval(split) on each of the four sides of the target number
Where the target is adjacent to an outer perimeter (first or third column) the forth piece is en-plein (straight).
The reason for this approach is my target may not hit, in fact, much of the time it will not, but those four genuinely scattered, random neighbours strengthen it.
My limit per session is nine consecutive losses, then the ammunition for that part-floating target-session is exhausted. The return odds are nine to one overall.
Proper discipline using this methodology/system has resulted in a fifty to seventy percent positive, over multiple session periods, and it works almost as efficiently with the American configured double zero disfigurement of the original.
Finally, to do some testing to satisfy your current curiosity there are five (x23) (hi-lite green)columns of raw, direct from B&M wheel to you, unedited results for you to number crunch to justify my above results/claims.
And to do some claims testing, and, should the results seem skewed or biased in any way (some consecutive number sequences seem diabolical even unearthly), substitute your own unbiased data and run that against the formula
This is the most efficient and practical method I have ever used, to disclose and respond to a single number target, and it has and does work for me.
Unless you are relying on so-described RNG codes and programs that are NOT REAL roulette wheels, being manually operated do not complain to me about it.
I am far more interested in the developing relationship between Steppenwolf and Anton, and I miss them when they are incommunicado. Later Ringmaster.
RED
ODD
BLACK
EVEN
HIGH
LOW
DOZ1
DOZ2
DOZ3
COL1
COL2
COL3
16 I
9 I
29 I
16 I
29 I
16 I
9 I
16 I
29 I
16 I
32 I
9 I
32 I
33 I
20 I
32 I
32 I
9 I
11 I
20 I
32 I
16 I
29 I
33 I
9 I
11 I
33 I
32 I
32 I
11 I
6 I
16 I
32 I
34 I
32 I
6 I
32 I
25 I
11 I
20 I
20 I
6 I
6 I
0
33 I
25 I
20 I
6 I
16 I
27 I
6 I
6 I
33 I
16 I
10 I
34 I
28 I
11 I
27 I
34 I
31 I
6 I
16 I
34 I
6 I
1 I
25 I
31 I
0 0
25 I
1 I
28 I
34 I
25 I
10 I
0
27 I
10 I
27 I
0
31 I
6 I
27 I
1 I
28 I
1 I
1 I
10 I
28 I
28 I
0
31 I
0
0 0
10 I
31 I
0
0 0
16
23
16
19
1
25
32
21
2
4
10
6
29
21
28
35
1
11
9
23
5
16
27
3
32
8
23
16
7
14
20
36
30
16
6
9
33
29
32
21
0
5
11
4
1
3
14
13
6
24
5
21
29
22
16
17
10
21
35
18
34
19
14
3
1
2
25
15
9
31
24
29
6
3
10
22
6
16
27
8
7
18
9
32
28
20
36
8
32
31
31
32
29
27
18
8
10
10
20
32
29
23
1
33
34
9
32
22
0
1
17
0
14
7

18
0
29
35
9

19
10
9
4
9

29
20
10
10
0

4
18
19
31
34
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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2015, 02:08:11 AM »
Nice.  I like the fact that it targets a single number straight up.  This is similar to my "Dream Catcher" method but yours is much more comprehensive.  Thanks for sharing, it makes me think!
 

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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2015, 05:09:20 PM »
Do you use much "judgment" to determine your betting choices or is it concretely objective where only the best single number is chosen and the best alternate numbers?

I ask because computer simulations have difficulty in making "judgments" but deal very well with concrete objective rules.

I know you eschew computer simulations but I was hoping you could humour me because its simply how I grew up. : D
 

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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #3 on: February 04, 2016, 09:11:44 PM »
I think tracking the zero(s) are important (especially for the American wheel)?
 

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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #4 on: February 04, 2016, 09:22:12 PM »
Zero and/or double zero are no more relevant than any other number on the wheel.
 

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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #5 on: February 04, 2016, 09:24:15 PM »
I think tracking the zero(s) are important (especially for the American wheel)?

This person disappeared for more than 2 months and you are expecting hip to reply now?
As far as I can see his stories of ''Steppenwolf'' were more interesting than his systems.
 

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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #6 on: February 04, 2016, 09:25:32 PM »
Well this particular system is most interesting and because of that I post.  He may get a notification in his inbox, but if not, I have noted this post further in my mind and history. : )
 

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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #7 on: February 04, 2016, 09:31:49 PM »
Well this particular system is most interesting and because of that I post.  He may get a notification in his inbox, but if not, I have noted this post further in my mind and history. : )

Why it's interesting?
 

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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #8 on: February 04, 2016, 09:35:33 PM »
Well its similar in concept to your FHG.  He is showing the wave patterns and making betting decisions on them.

What he has done is expanded the analysis field to every outside bet and THEN focused on the inside.  I think this has the potential to be a very powerful earner...

Although the weakness, like we discussed earlier, is the short-term focus and therefore the heavy cost due to needing to approach it long-term.
 

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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #9 on: February 04, 2016, 09:59:31 PM »
Well its similar in concept to your FHG.  He is showing the wave patterns and making betting decisions on them.

What he has done is expanded the analysis field to every outside bet and THEN focused on the inside.  I think this has the potential to be a very powerful earner...

Although the weakness, like we discussed earlier, is the short-term focus and therefore the heavy cost due to needing to approach it long-term.

It's irrelevant, I never bet splits, only EC's or straight up numbers.
You have it so messed up in your head!
 

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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #10 on: February 04, 2016, 10:05:33 PM »
Zero and/or double zero are no more relevant than any other number on the wheel.

Exactly, but my friend Reyth is so confused because he thought that the number 0 is the signal to stop charting, of course the author of this post didn't stop because of the 0 but because at that time his sample was sufficient in order to prove his point to the forum.
 

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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #11 on: February 04, 2016, 10:16:18 PM »
Why does the zero then have no tick marks?
 

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Re: OK, OK, Here it is!
« Reply #12 on: February 04, 2016, 10:19:27 PM »
Betting the zero is no different than betting on any other number straight up.  It's no more likely or less likely to hit than any other number.