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thomasleor

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The HEXAGON blog
« on: March 22, 2016, 10:42:28 AM »
Due to special request by some members, I have decided to start this blog where weekly runs with HEXAGON 2.6 (latest version with enhanced zero zone anomaly-warning, and noting system, is included).

If you are new to HEX, I kindly suggest you read my earlier posts on this very efficient software and platform in my posts;  The making of HEXAGON (part 1-4), where the philosphy and functionality of her is explained in great detail, sufficiently enough for you to build one of your own in a basic excel program.

You can freely borrow my ideas on design (position of various data, warning sensors and also especially made in proper colors as to not tire eyes and enable a fast readout by reducing effects of too much negative EI, Enviromental Interference that creates betting errors).

Heaving dealt in aviation, in my youth, I designed her in a way,  maximizing the readout once one get used to the positioning of its various "information-instruments".

When you play a game of uncertain as fast and immensly complex as roulette, especially on online casinos with live dealers or even auto roulette wheels you dont have room or time for errors based on being shut out from a crucial bet due to the house sign "no more bets" after the wheel start spinning. Hence the special design of HEXAGON.

You who have come to understad this beauty and how she works on Dozens and Columns + her special Zero Zone play, need not see any more platforms, except the one I will show you in my next post from todays visit to the famous Maltese Portomaso Casino which go really crushed by HEXAGON who had a real field day in its detection of DC (Dozen Column) anomalies and above all a veritable orgy in its zero zone predictions. More on that in my nest post in this blog.

This blog also serves to minimize my posting on the regular Roulette systems forum as to leave it free for others psoting their systems or software.

regards,

Thomas
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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2016, 12:11:33 PM »
Todays play is from the excellent Portomaso Casino (portomasolive.com) at Malta (beautifully situated in Valetta. Played the auto-roulette,  as all other lounges were closed. It is a casino where you can play either in studio with a live dealer,  or play in their real casino milieu, playing the wheels,  via internet,  while watching other  people on site playing the same wheels.

A rather nice  advantage with this casino,  is that they do not close the online bet-window  once the dealer starts spinning the wheel.  They wait for at least 3-4  seconds while the wheel and ball spins ,  before "No more bets" is declared. This gives you enough time to analyse and bet. 

The session started rather beautifully;



As usual, the brown column input is for datainput of Dozens, the white column is for Column play and the camouflage- green, is for zero zone play (where a red 1 is loss of 7 units, and a black one is +29 units).

As you see,  zero Zone play had a massive run today,  and HEXAGON managed to harvest a lot of profitable predictions, as when to play Zero Zone, and when to avoid (the latter marked as empty cells in the camouflage-green column).

Viewing this in graph-format shows more clearly the real time devlopment with HEX 2.6 at Prtomaso casino.

The images speaks for themselves.


Dozen play



followed column play



and of course the incredible Zero zone play that usually manages to evenly hedge out any negative runs on the D&Cs.



Those 85 spins at the auto-roulette produced a total return of  1168 Euro, this on a bankroll of 1000 Euro, corresponding to a return of a whoping 116,8% ! Rather nice return on 2 hours play.

If you see the Hex platform here;



As you see the arrows marked 1,  points out the profit goal of 1000 euro, which HEXAGON broke through rather easily, much thanks to its very nice zero zone game.

Arrows marked 2 point out the Zero Zone ledger thats shows 725 won units a 2 euro each and 231 lost units a 2 euro producing a net worth of 494 units or 988 Euro!

The DCs produced a nice even 18 units a 10 euro each = 180 euro profit.

I will run some more Portomaso sessions this week, before I go and "sit down" at the Lucky Live Casino, that is connected to the famous Fitzwilliams Casino on Ireland.

Interesting anomalies to observe are spins  4-23 where C2 (Column 2) dominated the game. And the second one at spin 68-79 which Hex picked up rather nicely and produced a nice return.

Thats all for today.

mas 8)
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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2016, 05:06:24 PM »


Certain members here are curious how the indicators work on Hexagon. The main idea I got from the RSI-cross over oscillator tech from the FX Markets as I used to trade FX some years ago.

How to Trade with RSI in the FX Market

https://www.dailyfx.com/forex/education/trading_tips/daily_trading_lesson/2012/08/07/Trading_with_RSI.html

I am sure some here will find good inspiration in developing their own indicators based on RSI and similar indicators for their roulette platforms when processing and evaluating their computational Roulette  data.

Just remember that in a chaotic number generator like roulette, there is always a factor of computational chaos before computational instability prevails. The difference between these two states can be calculated and used to ones advantage,
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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2016, 09:52:34 PM »
I think ,I have nist somethingI am high educated but I do not understand anything of the images.
 First tell me what is Hexago?
What do you mean with Hex.
what is the meaning of the first redcoloured 20 spins?
What do you wager and why?
What is the betschedule?
What are the betting signals
what is the zero wager and what do you bet?

I know a player plays about 30 spins a hour on a live roulette.
A short run sequence for dozens or columns is at least 500 spins.
You cannot  make conclusions on the results of a 100 spin sample
 

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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #4 on: March 23, 2016, 12:40:39 AM »
as you say dobblesteen , this guy is talking about 'stress testing' a system with just over 100 spins. pretty hard to take this serious, but thats just my opinion. other members are free to disagree with what i think tho.

one of the unwritten rules in roulette is, the more complex a system is, the more chances it will fail.

anyway he has contradicted his own statements before, so dont bother finding out whats it all about would be my suggestion. Be as stated before already , you are free to do as you please.

Buttom line is he claims to win 20 units every 2 hours of play. If that excites you maybe you should have a look at it, if not, maybe just drop it.

there are way more simple ways of playing with same or even better results than this.
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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #5 on: March 23, 2016, 01:44:29 AM »
I guess it depends on how the other side looks. 20 units may be good if his down side is limited and he wins most days.

 

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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #6 on: March 23, 2016, 06:00:34 AM »


one of the unwritten rules in roulette is, the more complex a system is, the more chances it will fail.

Oh, and you can prove this in an elegant mathematical way?

anyway he has contradicted his own statements before, so dont bother finding out whats it all about would be my suggestion.

This is the vocie of ignorance talking. A bit spiteful are we? LOL

Buttom line is he claims to win 20 units every 2 hours of play. If that excites you maybe you should have a look at it, if not, maybe just drop it.


If you enter a Casino with a 500 Euro bankroll playing 5 Euro units on the DCs, 20 units (with 50-60% win chance) is not much.

If you on the other hand  play in the very same casino with 10 000 euro and play with 100 Euro chips on DCs. Trust me. 20 units profit (with 50-60% chance) is a very nice profit after a 2 hour game,


Friend, this platform is for highrollers. It is there to aid them, not as a SYSTEM, but indicating software, telling them when the indicators shows a favourable bet and when the platform recommends no bet. Anyone who has dealt in FX markets know what I am talking about.

Converting such indicators to complex chaotic number generators such as a live roulette wheel is not so hard if you know what you are looking for.
there are way more simple ways of playing with same or even better results than this.


Hexagon produced a profit of 116,8% on yesterdays play at Portomaso Casino on Malta. (read earlier post)

I think some here would consider that a good nice profit.

But who knows, perhaps you can offer them something better, beyond mere claims?

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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #7 on: March 23, 2016, 06:05:20 AM »
I guess it depends on how the other side looks. 20 units may be good if his down side is limited and he wins most days.

Very good reasoning Ernroo ;)
 

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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #8 on: March 23, 2016, 09:02:58 AM »
The final results of systems are not predictable or to compute.Except long run trials. Every long run tryal shall end with a loss of 2,7%. Except a unlimitted Martingale system.

Asking for mathematical evidencemeans that you do not know the strength of mathematic

Mathematic can increase your knowledge about the features of random sequences.
 

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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #9 on: March 23, 2016, 10:37:45 AM »
The final results of systems are not predictable or to compute.Except long run trials. Every long run tryal shall end with a loss of 2,7%. Except a unlimitted Martingale system.

Asking for mathematical evidencemeans that you do not know the strength of mathematic

Mathematic can increase your knowledge about the features of random sequences.

Real! Is that you? ;-)
 

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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #10 on: March 23, 2016, 10:48:42 AM »
I guess it depends on how the other side looks. 20 units may be good if his down side is limited and he wins most days.

Very good reasoning Ernroo ;)

sure ernroo, but that goes for any kind of play or strategy you are willing to apply.
 

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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #11 on: March 23, 2016, 01:24:02 PM »
Hey everyone!  So far this discussion is very interesting but has reached the very boundary of civilized.  Could we please be calm with each other and slam facts around and not heads?

Like Kav says, lets not make it a personal debate but a debate about system play. ;)

Thanks!

Once again this post is awesome so far, just would het to see it spin out of control... ;)
 

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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #12 on: March 23, 2016, 01:36:44 PM »
Hi,

I have deleted two argumentative posts, so the discussion can continue more calmly.
Remember, the most valuable discussions are not about persons, but about ideas.
 

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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #13 on: March 23, 2016, 02:50:19 PM »
dont bother deleting posts kav, i will not reply directly in this topic anymore. waste of time.

and yes its about discussion about ideas. sorry but this one aint good. At least i'm free to have my opinion and be honest about that, as others or free to actually like it. that said, all hexagon related topics will be off limits for myself from now on.
 

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Re: The HEXAGON blog
« Reply #14 on: March 23, 2016, 03:11:34 PM »
I guess it depends on how the other side looks. 20 units may be good if his down side is limited and he wins most days.

Very good reasoning Ernroo ;)
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