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ernroo1

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I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« on: April 06, 2016, 01:43:46 PM »
(this is a brag post).

After a few years and countless hours simulating hands via computer and manually. After countless hours adding data in spreadsheets and trying to find patterns and understand it all, in the end it took coming to roulette 30 forum for me to beat..........a card game! (I dont want to reveal the game).

It was one particular post here that rekindled my fire for beating gambling. I began to believe once again I could do it.

However it wasnt until recently when Thomas joined here and I saw his hexagon platform (just in the threads and youtube), and I wanted my own special software for my game I was trying to beat.

Well after his thought provoking posts and his unorthodox methods, I somehow got thinking and managed to crack the secret to this game. For the most part I can now partly tell what cards are likely to come out, and I can tell what card wont be coming if certain cards have come out, this gives me a huge advantage! ;D

Im yet to test this in casino but Ive never been more sure of something in my life. I still have to complete my excel spreadsheet.

Im falling in love with my own "Hexagon" (just my excel spreadsheet which I have made look cool, and now has stats/formulas, etc).

The way of beating the game was actually much more simple than I thought. I made things difficult for myself, made it more complicated than it needed to be.

Anyway I guess the message is to never give up if you believe you can do something and the more you fail, the closer you are to getting there.
« Last Edit: April 06, 2016, 02:05:09 PM by ernroo1 »


 

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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2016, 02:02:55 PM »
Losses make you better...
A video about failing as the secret to success.

« Last Edit: April 06, 2016, 02:04:48 PM by kav »
 

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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2016, 03:07:48 PM »
(this is a brag post).

Im falling in love with my own "Hexagon" (just my excel spreadsheet which I have made look cool, and now has stats/formulas, etc).


Finally, someone who got it ;)

Once you got the basic architecture, design, and formulas right, and when the casino opens up their java platform and you have your own developed "Hexagon" beside that platform, they will not know what hit them, and above all, how?

I wish you the best of waves.

Once you stand on that probability-board, and with it,  found yourself surfing the selected wave, you will see how your board is developed to maximize your edge, by mimimizing enviromental interference, like valuable seconds in time loss and doubts, due to inability of having the "whole picture" in view. With its efficient user-friendly design, your own indicators will tell you when to play, and when to stop.

Leave all static systems behind and use that dynamic adaptable stream lined board, to have the rush of your life when you find yourself in the ZONE.

Happy surfing bro, :)

regards

Thomas
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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #3 on: April 06, 2016, 04:04:04 PM »
This is incredible. I always knew there was a way to beat this card game, I just didnt know how.

Once you crack the code, you understand that your not increasing your odds of winning, but instead your using the variance to your advantage. You see everything in color, where once it was shades of gray!

You see that certain cards/numbers repel against some cards, while others are attracted to each other like magnets. The times when cards repel or attract will change and if you know what your looking at, you can make a good prediction when that will happen.

In the end its all odds. Each card represents a number, and that number represents a value. Cards can only hold specific values at a time.
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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #4 on: April 06, 2016, 04:50:55 PM »
If the card game you're talking about is Blackjack, it's called CARD-COUNTING. If the game is essentially one of independent trials, like baccarat, then you haven't found anything I'm afraid.  :'(
 

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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #5 on: April 06, 2016, 05:11:04 PM »
Once you crack the code, ...[...]... crack the secret to this game
I don't think there is anything to "crack". No code and no secret.

If your observations tell you that certain cards come together with some other cards (or something of this sort), that is another thing. This is a valid approach. I'm not saying this is a successful approach. But I can understand that someone makes some observations and tries to capitalize on them.

But I don't like the "crack the secret code" description of what you are doing. Sounds too mystifying.
 

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« Reply #6 on: April 06, 2016, 09:45:34 PM »
This is incredible. I always knew there was a way to beat this card game, I just didnt know how.

Once you crack the code, you understand that your not increasing your odds of winning, but instead your using the variance to your advantage. You see everything in color, where once it was shades of gray!

You see that certain cards/numbers repel against some cards, while others are attracted to each other like magnets. The times when cards repel or attract will change and if you know what your looking at, you can make a good prediction when that will happen.

In the end its all odds. Each card represents a number, and that number represents a value. Cards can only hold specific values at a time.

Does your code-cracker use a 111222333 progression like Thomas's  ? If so how can you ( and he ) claim it pinpoints cards ( numbers ) ?
And why the secrecy of telling us the card game ? Do you fear that  others may find your Holy Grail ?
My advice is to curtail the enthusiasm until you have actually bet this with REAL money .If you do and it still wins - Congratulations  !
 

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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #7 on: April 07, 2016, 12:46:56 AM »
Actually it's possible to count baccarat as well.  The edge is just very low.

However it's possible to gain a relatively large edge by using a general sort of the cards based on printed face symmetry and then add a count to each card that has been sorted within a category.
 

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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #8 on: April 07, 2016, 02:23:36 AM »
Actually it's possible to count baccarat as well.  The edge is just very low.

However it's possible to gain a relatively large edge by using a general sort of the cards based on printed face symmetry and then add a count to each card that has been sorted within a category.
Is this what Phil Ivey was doing?
 

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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #9 on: April 07, 2016, 03:08:26 AM »
Phil Ivey was doing "the turn".  It's a type of sort play where they have the dealer turn/rotate the card after it's dealt as if to be superstitious.  He had a Chinese girl with him at the table that would instruct the dealer in Chinese to rotate the card when she put it back into the dealt card deck.  So the next time the card came out, they'd instantly recognize it.

The other type of sort play doesn't involve turning any cards, and it's perfectly legal.  You can also count the sorted categories. 
 

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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #10 on: April 07, 2016, 04:26:04 AM »
Quote from: scepticus

Does your code-cracker use a 111222333 progression like Thomas's  ? If so how can you ( and he ) claim it pinpoints cards ( numbers ) ?
And why the secrecy of telling us the card game ? Do you fear that  others may find your Holy Grail ?
My advice is to curtail the enthusiasm until you have actually bet this with REAL money .If you do and it still wins - Congratulations  !

I can tell it will win, but yes you're right its still early days. Sorry I dont even know what a progression is/means.

I did crack the code, discover the secret, that is a fact. When you can predict cards that are coming and not coming, its half way to walking on water:)

BTW I think Real is the "real deal" that is all I will say.
 

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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #11 on: April 07, 2016, 05:33:53 AM »
If the card game you're talking about is Blackjack, it's called CARD-COUNTING. If the game is essentially one of independent trials, like baccarat, then you haven't found anything I'm afraid.  :'(

Mike its none of those games. My method would be effective on many card games though.

But yes its a mix of card counting/ pattern recognition. Little to no counting is involved. No +1 - 1 either.
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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #12 on: April 07, 2016, 09:44:41 AM »
good for you, but being overjoyed about something and acting a bit childish about is, is kinda lame tho. just spill it out.
 

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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #13 on: April 07, 2016, 10:12:58 AM »
good for you, but being overjoyed about something and acting a bit childish about is, is kinda lame tho. just spill it out.

Excuse me? I am the one who spent hours upon hours of work,  testing, etc, failing over and over again over a couple of years (even longer)! You did nothing. why should I hand you the golden keys? Not to mention the possible ramifications, its not in my interest to be known or have my method known.

If anything, you are acting childish.

I made this thread because i was excited and to let others know games really can be beaten. I and others in this thread have given some valuable clues, that is more than I am comfortable with.

I understand you want to know, but calling me childish is not fair.
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Re: I did it! How failing over and over helped me beat...
« Reply #14 on: April 07, 2016, 11:18:24 AM »
euh... i guess you misunderstood. offcourse you dont have to give away something you worked at. i was talking about the card game. why dont you say which card game it is about. In no way i wanted to offend you.

my interest is more into the roulette, more working on that game, we all work on something and share ideas or put valuable info, thats what a forum is about isnt it. but in no way my intention was to make fun off you