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@mrperfect ball being thrown from any point is predictable I like it when they throw from the last hole because I can say something like "when the dealer picks up the ball, at all the current wheel speed, the wheel should advance N numbers and the dealer MAY realease on that number" which is a little game I play in my own mind when trying to predict the ball release and landing
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Here in UK. .. they are required to throw from previous number.
  Dealer doing something as you say may be a flag for you to pay attention. Look the number from wich he throw and try to associate it to outcome..  chart.
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Sports Betting / Re: Sport betting Service
« Last post by Sputnik on Today at 11:32:46 AM »


I am excited, weekends usually means a lot of picks :-)

Cheers
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most places I've played the dealer picks up the ball from the previous number and goes directly into the next spin but recently I played at a casino where the dealer takes the ball out after the spin and sets on table and picks up again when it'd time for next spin. anyone else seen something like this or different than stated above? just curious.
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Roulette Systems / Re: NEW SYSTEM: SINGLE DOZEN
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 10:20:16 PM »
If you bet 24 numbers odds are by your side. If you bet 12 numbers are not.
  Not really. If player bet randomly, odds are always egainst the player due to the house edge. True probability of number to hit on every individual spins is 1:37. They pay 36 times amount wagered for a direct hit to the number.
  This unfair payment persists independently of amount of numbers player bets or how he covers them. Only way to win is to make hits to your bets more frequently then expected. It's achieved by predicting visually or finding wheel with defects.   
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Roulette Systems / Re: NEW SYSTEM: SINGLE DOZEN
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 10:14:35 PM »
There are few ways to turn odds to your side. You need to find a way to predict result with probability higher then expectation dictates.
  It can be done either by finding defective wheel ( almost all of them to some degree) or by visual ballistic  ( measure visually ball and wheel speed to determine(calculate ) where ball is more likely to stop).
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Questions and Answers / Re: Question on Probability
« Last post by MrPerfect. on Yesterday at 10:08:56 PM »
You not must. But you can, if you want to. It will help you.
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Roulette Systems / Re: NEW SYSTEM: SINGLE DOZEN
« Last post by GIAJJENNO on Yesterday at 05:09:19 PM »
What is the difference? It is new for me, is he right, guys? And when I play 30 or 35 numbers? Must be played exactly 24 when odds are in my side?
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Questions and Answers / Re: Question on Probability
« Last post by kkvv33 on Yesterday at 04:44:29 PM »
Kkvv3@
  To create progression that makes sense,  you need to understand why progressions are used in general.
   Learn to estimate the edge you are playing with. Simplest example will be half wheel bet. For simplicity of explanation let's assume that zero is simply a number belonging to other half and you not betting it.
   You will have hits to your half wheel and hits out..  it will form sequence of wins (W) and losses (L).
  Something like
W
L
W
L
W
L...ets.
   In example above you can see that wins are as frequent as losses. You adge over casino is not existent . As long as W are as frequent as L, you can upply any progression, martingale, d'alambert,  fibonachi. .. everything will do and you will make money.
   Other story if ( in example above) wins and losses are grouped... something like
W
L
L
L
L
W
W
W...ets
   In this case you may have strings of wins and string of losses consequtively. Obviously that progressing up all the way ( martingale)on the loss is worst thing you can do and progressing up on the win(martingale) is not solution as well. You could meet table limit on the way down , or give away all the winnings on next loss when going up.
   You will need to design progression that bet less when you loose and bet more then you win.  Or something that put up bets independently of your win or loss and resets when you achieve next bankroll level.
    Up till now it's all theoretical bla bla bla... because we can not predict sequence of wins and losses when we do not know % of the edge we are playing with.
    When we know the % and can hold it, it's a bit other story. In this case we can reasonably expect higher frequency of winnings (W) and these naturally will have to be present in resulting sequence of W/L...
  The fact of extra W will by itself reduce likehood of longer strings of losses and produce longer strings of W. So you need to design your progression to account for this fact.
  When designing progression to remember :
1. Progression need to produce result better then flat bet.
2. Progression is not to be allowed for risk/ reward ratio to skyrocket. 
3. Progression is to provide maximum money take in minimum reasonable time in majority of play situations.
  Hope it helps.
  As long as you remember that progression is just a tool and you need a proper tool for specific job( w/l sequence ), you will be fine.

so you need first the data     (W.W.W.L.W.L.L.L.W........)   ,after that i create a betting progression system 

, but what must i learn math statistics probability ? to be able to create a progressive system

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Questions and Answers / Re: Question on Probability
« Last post by kkvv33 on Yesterday at 04:43:16 PM »
so you need first the data     (W.W.W.L.W.L.L.L.W........)   ,after that i create a betting progression system  , but what must i learn
 math statistics probability ?

to be able to create a progressive system
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