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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #15 on: January 31, 2018, 06:58:27 PM »


I read about members who express several winning sessions with small loses overall and use the method on daily basis.
I also read about members who not have same succés.

What i learn is not listen to others and make your own testing and judgment.

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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #16 on: January 31, 2018, 07:01:37 PM »
Right!  Exactly  :D :D :D

The rules are published and everything is clear.  No claims are being made in fact quite the opposite.

As with all information it's up to the reader to test themselves at home with pretend money before deciding if to play for real.

 

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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #17 on: January 31, 2018, 07:02:48 PM »
I stated in my first post it was devised by John Legend

Yes, you provided only selective info about this method..................conveniently leaving out the fact that many tested it and found it to fail.

But then again, a failing system wouldn't fit your "Greatest Roulette System ever Devised" narrative.
 

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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #18 on: January 31, 2018, 07:09:20 PM »
Many tested it and also reported success.

There seems to be a group of really sick people on this forum (yourself included) whose only purpose to exist here would appear to be to attack any discussion about any roulette system.

The fact is and anyone can verify this for themselves that most of the time this method with its new updated rules will win.

The only thing up for debate is does it win more than 7 times on average without busting.
 

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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #19 on: January 31, 2018, 07:20:16 PM »
Hyperbolic posters ALWAYS produce winning methods.

I'll be watching closely to see all of your great success in the game starting with the "Greatest Roulette System ever Devised on the Internet".........................oh man...........I've got chills!!!

Cheers! 8)
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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #20 on: January 31, 2018, 08:36:09 PM »


 You have to learn how to ignore members who say what we know.
 All system fail after several million simulations.

 You should not let it become personal.
 If i would listen to all members that say you can not win - then i would not make money.

 But you need to step up and get into a wider perspective.
 I am involved with Sportbetting, Horse Race, Casino Games (Systems & Advantage Play).

 Now i would not become the gambler i am if i would listen to others to make up my mind about what can and what can not be done.
Next time just continue with your writings and discussion and ignore does who don't want to be part of your agenda.

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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #21 on: January 31, 2018, 09:07:41 PM »
" What i learn is not listen to others and make your own testing and judgment."
Spot- on  Sputnik.
There are too many trolls in this forum whose constant refrain is " you can't profit at roulette with a system".They   pose as know- alls .
 If you win in the Here - and Now you win but these guys claim to know the future  while we let the future decide. 
 
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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #22 on: January 31, 2018, 10:18:26 PM »
any proof of winnings ?

Not meant as an attack, just wondering.
 

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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #23 on: January 31, 2018, 10:24:35 PM »
Who is the question directed at?
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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #24 on: February 24, 2018, 08:33:00 AM »
There does not seem to be any mention on this forum of what is perhaps the GREATEST Roulette system ever devised on the Internet.

What does GREAT mean in this context? Does it mean that the system has a GREAT edge?; that it's so much more profitable than other systems?; that it boasts a remarkable ratio of return to investment?; that it has extraordinarily low variance?

No. In reality, PATTERN BREAKER is nothing more than a 3 step martingale. Betting on red would give the same results. The fact that it has an elaborate and seemingly "clever" bet selection seems to be what singles it out to be "GREAT". Its perceived "greatness" in the eyes of many appears to have much more to do with its aesthetic qualities or novelty value, rather than its inherent money-making potential.

It has this in common with many other systems, which are also a triumph of style over substance. Apparently, though, this superficial superiority seems to satisfy many. Oh well.
 

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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #25 on: February 24, 2018, 12:08:48 PM »


I understand the odds remain 1 in 8 ,,, but how do you measuring the frequency of one event sleeping ,,, how do you define the spread between not hitting within eight attempts ,,, there is some kind of imbalance ,,,

But the variation is very complex regarding pattern breaker.
First it take different length and amount of hits before you can decide wish event is sleeping.
With some samples you can have ten patterns of three hitting before the sleeping pattern emerge and you know wish one is missing - but with other sample you might only get seven or twelve - this depends on how many patterns that repeat during the process creating the imbalance.

Then is a variation for how long the particular event will sleep.
With other words how many repeats among the other patterns that will show before the sleeping event show.

The only comaparison i can make is using cycles with static location on the roulette table.
For example a line should hit once within six attempts - so if you write down at wish attempt the line hit wihtin a cycle of six and a cross when there is no hit you can also see the clear starting point of a cycle and the end of a cycle - for example 2 x x 41 x 212 x x x 324 here we can see at exact attempts where the line hit and a cross when there is no hit within six attempts.

But with pattern breaker the parameters are more fuzzy as the entering point when to attack for a sleeping event is different for each cycle.

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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #26 on: February 25, 2018, 08:02:56 AM »
All of that is interesting from a theoretical point of view, but no matter how convoluted the bet selection is, when it comes down to actually placing your bet the only thing which matters in the random game is HOW MANY numbers you bet, not the process which leads to the selection.

If people who create systems and test them would also test a "control" system in tandem with it - one which bets randomly or on a fixed group of numbers, they would see that their system's bet selection doesn't perform any better than the control. The issue isn't that systems can't win for time; of course they can, but the real question should be : does the bet selection perform better than betting randomly?
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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #27 on: February 25, 2018, 11:31:39 AM »
In the "random game" there is no bet selection.
   Probably " random game " itself is a gimmick,  like " perfect wheel" and other theories about the game.
 
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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #28 on: February 25, 2018, 12:14:48 PM »
I agree Mr P. Bet selection is pointless unless it's based on the physical parameters of a particular wheel.
 
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Re: PATTERN BREAKER
« Reply #29 on: February 25, 2018, 05:49:51 PM »
Agreed, but random still has it's limits in a 37 spin cycle. So not completely random if you keep track and stats you will see roughly the same amount of unhit, hit and repeats. (Old news)

But then this has to do with the physics side of the wheel with it's 37 pockets.

Experienced players can exploit it as long as you know the wheel layout wheel by heart, ranges of non hits and repeats and good Money management.

What people especially beginners approach repeaters is they assume a 37 spin cycle itself is a seperate entity, so they tune in play different. But ofcourse a beginning of a cycle could be the middle or the end of an another cycle..thus.. Part of an equillibrium.
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