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palestis

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PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« on: February 18, 2018, 02:44:57 AM »
Hi Palestis,

I would recommend, that please create a NEW TOPIC to PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM. Deserves it.
I don't know how to start a new thread. I'm sure when Reuth (or Kav), sees it,  it  will put it the right place.
This system is the opposite of a well known system "dozen pattern breaker", but it requires the betting of 2 dozens, ( to break the pattern of one dozen), and that's prohibitive for me to play 24 numbers. This requires only one dozen just like the YXX.
The trigger is the pattern of the last three numbers. Here we start with 34-12-15 (very first 3 numbers of the daily table). Therefore the pattern is 3-1-2. So we play the 3rd dozen first, if lost we play the 1st dozen next,  and if lost again then we play the 2nd dozen in the 3rd spin. (3 spins per trigger then look for a new 3 numbers pattern). If won in any of the 3 spins, mission accomplished and we look for the next trigger.
In this case the pattern 3-1-2 lost all 3 spins when 24-22-36 came. ( the 2-2-3 pattern did not match  the 3-1-2 trigger).
Then 3-27-8 is the next pattern (1-3-1). Which won in the second spin with 26.
The rest follows the same way to the end of the table.
Triggers are circled in blue and a hit is marked with a blue check mark. A loss with 3 red lines.
There were 34 triggers,  out of which 27 won (winning means  any hit in 3 bets), and 7 triggers lost. Which means with progression all 34 triggers would've won since there were only single losses and no 2+ B2B losses.
There was no 2 B2B trigger losses. Neither 3 or 4.
One red flag is to avoid a pattern of the same dozen in all 3 numbers of the trigger.
Another red flag is if you noticed a long run of the same dozen prior to a trigger. (skip a few spins for a more normal sequence). If there is a 0 skip to the next 3 numbers for trigger.
Just like the YXX system,  2 B2B  losses are very infrequent to rare, 3 B2B are very very rare and 4 B2B I haven't encountered yet,
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In this system I found that using the 3 losing spins (that made a trigger lose), as a new trigger works perfectly fine. That way you don't have to wait for 3 new spins for the next trigger.
(I didn't do it in this example to avoid the picture looking messy).
And another advantage is that you can spot virtual losses very fast and easily.
Back count 6 numbers and  process the pattern of the 6th , 5th and 4th number to see if the last 3 numbers failed to  repeat the pattern. Then you have a virtual loss and a trigger ready (last 3 numbers), to start betting immediately.
If you want 2 virtual lost triggers before actual bets (for increased certainty),  simply count back 9 numbers and check if 2 triggers have lost.
And you still have the last 3 numbers ready for immediate betting. ( but after 2 virtual losses).

« Last Edit: February 18, 2018, 03:10:14 AM by palestis »
 
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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2018, 05:13:04 AM »
Same progression? (i.e. 1-1-2 etc.)
 

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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2018, 05:55:33 AM »
Same everything as the YXX.
 
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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2018, 09:44:01 AM »
How about a trigger of XYZ?  There must be 3 uniques. :)
 

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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #4 on: February 18, 2018, 01:52:42 PM »
I tested this on the second 400x Wiesbaden run that I posted at the other thread, just for fun...
18 hits on 1st bet
16 hits on 2nd
6 hits on 3rd
17 losses

I am surprised about the hit %, but it is not that different from Palestis random run posted (80% there, 70% here)

I had a 6x B2B (I tested many times and it is there, unfortunately), 1 time 3x, 1 time 2x... But quite well separated by long W streaks, which is promising.
I didn't use past turns to generate a new trigger and stayed at the conservative method, as in the example posted above. Three times on a row the same dozen (including the attacks from the trigger before) or a zero, reseted the new trigger search.
Worth a follow, is a funny and fast method.
 
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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #5 on: February 18, 2018, 03:18:46 PM »
Do you have the dates of the results at Wiesbaden where you found the 6 B2B loss?
I'd like to take a look at them.
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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #6 on: February 18, 2018, 08:11:21 PM »
Trying to match a pattern seems like a recipe for heartbreak as that ball is bouncing around and it needs to land in dozen 2 for the third bet.  I gave it a very minimum check of about 40 spin results and had several losses including 2 b2b’s.  Some of the losses had all three dozens involved but were in the wrong position. They would have been winners if you bet on two dozens at the same time or just. Bet one dozen three times.
 
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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #7 on: February 18, 2018, 09:12:21 PM »
Do you have the dates of the results at Wiesbaden where you found the 6 B2B loss?
I'd like to take a look at them.

It is the 700k repository listed at the post here that compiles downloadable real turns.
It should be in between the turn 1200 and 1600 of that file, but I will try to list it here. Hope that you find a mistake, because I am still shocked by the bad strike  :(

(previous winning trigger)
19
26
2  - 1st pattern MHL
36
7
26 - lost
24
33
19 - 2nd pattern MHM
29
23
11 - lost
8
28
3 - 3rd pattern LHL
34
7
26 - lost
22
22
16 - three Ms on a row, discard
8
18
35 - 4th pattern LMH
28
0
18 - lost
18
16 - third M on a row, discard
3
31
22 - 5th pattern LHM
32
11
26 - lost
15
26
0 - discard previous two
13
4
35 - 6th pattern MLH
12
32
24 - lost  >:(

As said, I have the feeling that this will be a once in a life time stuff, but only time will say.
 
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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #8 on: February 19, 2018, 01:07:10 AM »
Yes I found the mistake.
In this system,  the 3 losing results immediately become the trigger for the next 3 bets.
I only chose 3 new numbers in my initial post to avoid making the picture confusing, with too many parenthesis and circles. 
In real life that's how I tested it. You don't wait for 3 new numbers. You only do that in the XYX system.
But for some reason I can't explain, using the 3 results as the new trigger works much much better.
In addition I only tested against real spins from a live casino.
Many systems when I test from "random.org" the results don't always conform with results from live roulettes.
In general I found that the results are the same as  the YXX system and never found 4 B2B. Never mind 5. 
All I can say is give it a longer test.

 
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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #9 on: February 19, 2018, 04:36:54 PM »
Sure I will! It doesn't mean much energy and I am aiming at comparing its outcomes with the Single Dozen method.
I overread you sentence with "In this system I found that using the 3 losing spins (that made a trigger lose), as a new trigger works perfectly fine" at the original post, so now I agree with you that that particular sequence was reduced to a 3 B2B.
However I guess that with that rule I will have to discard this first whole test, as the way I was calculating all triggers from begin on was wrong and each trigger choose influences all incoming future triggers... Nevermind, enough tests to be made in the future and I am having a loooooong trip during the next three days, plenty of time to test  :D
 
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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #10 on: February 19, 2018, 04:54:54 PM »
What I like from this method, in comparison with my still favourite "Single Dozen", is its fastness, it would be the proper thing to play when you only have one hour for that... However I also feel that one needs to establish a few red flags if we don't want it to run crazy   ;D

For a start I am thinking about a particular scenario I encountered yesterday a few times during my first test...
What to do when a "non-wanted" pattern comes in the middle of an attack. Let's say my trigger is LMH and the first two turns of my attack are HH...Do we stop it there, as it would be the third H on a row? Or go for the third bet, as a fourth H is exactly what we are looking for?

Any thoughts on this or other red flags (apart from the obvious reset when 0 pops up)?

 

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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #11 on: February 19, 2018, 07:18:52 PM »
That could be a red flag. Having LMH as trigger and HH showing up.
Better to abandon it with just 2 losses, rather than risking a 3rd and more expensive bet.
Usually losses come more frequently, when the numbers prior to a trigger are all in the same dozen or that plus a zero or 2 in very recent spins. But that can be determined in tests anyway.
All you have to do is isolate the losses and then look back for possible culprits. Especially the B2B losses.
If you do it enough times, the red flags will surface.
 
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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #12 on: February 20, 2018, 08:48:08 PM »
I also like the speed of triggers here. Even that initial set of results didn't look bad - 40  hits within 3 spins of the trigger to 17 losses. Over two thirds success rate. Using progression up to 12 spins you have 4 triggers within which to get just one hit and profit. With red flags like the one proposed you may even get 5 triggers if you abandon a trigger after 2 spins. But it doesn't sound like this loses that many triggers in a row. More testing might be needed but this would be quicker to play than xyy system.
 
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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #13 on: February 23, 2018, 08:18:27 PM »
Has anyone done any more testing on this? Im thinking of playing it alongside the xyy system,  as a filler while waiting for xyy triggers. My problem is as my bankroll grows and I begin to bet £5, 10, 15 a unit I lose all trust in the online casinos to play fair. But at b&m its so slow I'll never hit my win target. If I can use this system as successfully as xyy, I can happily play at b&m and be betting most spins, especially if I watch 2 or 3 wheels.
 

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Re: PATTERN REPEAT SYSTEM
« Reply #14 on: February 24, 2018, 02:16:53 AM »
I wouldn't play anything with higher value chips in an online casino.
It's not only that you risk your money,  the psychological effect of losing does greater damage. And then you start blaming the system,  when the real reason might be something else.
If you play the XXY in a B+M casino successfully, then the dozen pattern should be faster than the XXY.
Or you can play both at the same time. If you monitor several roulettes, there are no worries about slow spinning. Between the two you should get plenty of action.
 
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