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Ok, we'll stay on topic so I can feel out what you believe and we'll go from there  :)

1.  Do you believe background checks should be universal?  By background checks, I'm referring to the exact same ones that gun shops have to do now by federal law

2.  Do believe that any of the following should be legal?  Bump stocks, high round magazines, armour piercing ammunition, grenades, missile launchers, 50 cal machine guns. 

3.  Do you believe we should raise the age limit on semi automatic weapons to 21?

We'll start here.  Maybe there is some common ground
Casino Lounge / Re: THE SHOWDOWN THREAD.
« Last post by MickyP on Yesterday at 05:12:57 PM »
Peanut, aren't you happy that I gave you a bit of freedom in your own turf? Lol

You really are a cartoon character; a
No contest.
Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Can Random Beat Random
« Last post by mr j on Yesterday at 04:50:03 PM »
I agree, its a thing! but the TERM is made up by some half witted goofs.

Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: How many test is enough?
« Last post by YoLo on Yesterday at 04:21:47 PM »
I dont use a stop loss, but I do set wingoal. I wanna see how deep the BR takes to achieve the wingoal. I considere to run a minimum of 200 test/session.
Scarface: "Do you believe background checks on guns should be universal, including private sales?"

Me: Ok. We'll need to define what "background checks" entails. So who would be prohibited?

Scarface: "There are people like thelaw that are so afraid that any sensible regulation at all will lead to a ban on guns"

Me: I never said that

Scarface: "I'm tired of debating" (followed by a quote of my personal opinion about gun laws, which was never part of the debate)

I wonder if Scarface actually finds these type of tactics positive for public discourse. Oh well, guess I'll never know.

Cheers everyone! :)

Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: How many test is enough?
« Last post by ignatus on Yesterday at 03:36:48 PM »
For me, i do 10 test-sessions, (with a set wingoal/stoploss) if it holds like 8/10 wins, i do second 10 test session, it that also show, 8/10 wins etc, you got a "decent" system, ....from my experience , a losing system won't make it through 20 sessions,...and i've tested 100s of systems this way, so i know it's true...
Roulette Strategy Discussion / How many test is enough?
« Last post by YoLo on Yesterday at 03:29:24 PM »
Hello forum friends. I wanna ask a question, how many test is enough to consider a good system?
Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Can Random Beat Random
« Last post by Scarface on Yesterday at 02:54:11 PM »
To be fair, the law of the third is just a way to describe what happens statistically.  I know it's not an actual mathematical law, but I have no issues with the term

I'm tired of debating.  Your statement here says it all ", I don't think there should be regulation on any weapon that can kill less than thousands of people at a time".

Most Americans disagree with you and do favor sensible regulation.  We are tired of politicians bowing to the NRA and not representing the American people.  Fortunately, we live in a democracy and I am quite sure many of these guys will lose there job in the next election. 

Now back to discussing roulette strategies  :)
Casino Lounge / Dealing with expectation.
« Last post by MickyP on Yesterday at 02:45:15 PM »
Every spin is independent yet triggers work to a degree high enough for us to depend on them  for a win within the expectation range.
All type of play has an expectation value and playing within the boundaries of expectation is the norm. It is when the expectation boundary is breached that the play could be labeled gamblers fallacy.

An example is betting on a dozen. You will expect the dozen to show in three spins. A single number to show in 36 spins; a split in 18 and so on.

For those who test methods against large numbers of spins; is the expectation value considered in the tests or is play pushed on until the bankroll is depleted?
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