People absolutely would post success stories.
I visited your website
Where would you suggest someone begin?
I have American wheels. American bow tie? I’m just curious
All I know is original poster put numbers 1-9 in a weird order. What’s the point of that
Other way to get the numers:
32/9 = 3 remainder 5 control: 3*9 + 5 = 32
15/9 = 1 remainder 6 1*9 + 6 = 15
19/9 = 2 remainder 1 2*9 + 1 = 19
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27/9 = 3 remainder 0 3*9 + 0 = 27
This is the so called modulo calculation. (in german Excel: REST function)
All remainder 0 set to 9, you get the numbers.
P.S.: in English Excel: MOD function
all one has to do is apply the functionHi Kimo Li,
The principle of these Root Factor numbers is used to track 12 number combinations, much like tracking dozens or columns, it can be simple as tracking streets or more complex 12 number combinations.
There are 280 combinations of 12 number tracking strategies. Attached is a spreadsheet which show two matrices and the layout and an index of all 280 possible combinations. How does one track these combinations? I am sure someone will give it a stab.
Let's pretend for one moment that the Kimo method somehow increased the accuracy of a prediction.
If it did and if it provided a small edge, you would be completely negating the advantage by adding additional random numbers from a street, high low, red/black etc.
There are no magical patterns on the layout. Instead, focus on the wheel.
My main point is, don't mix random bets with bets that "supposedly" have an edge.
Who made the rules?
Random bets can be made with bets that "supposedly" have an edge. I am not governed by "the rules." I have my own guidelines, breaking down barriers set forth by rules that have hindered the progress of beating the game of roulette.
I'm assuming that you feel that your method generates an edge for the player?
If so, then mixing in random numbers will largely wash out and negate any edge. Understand?
Kimo Li,
Best wishes to you for a healthy and positive prognosis
Cases[Subsets[
Subsets[Range[9], {3}], {3}], _?(Length[Union[Flatten[#]]] == 9 &)]
...I went home after playing poker at 3am in the morning.
Sheesh man, WTF.
No wonder you got some health problems....OJ
I do not understand it:question: This line of code gives all 280 combinations on the right side of your Excel sheet.
Hi TJ,
I am recovering. It's been too many years since we spoke. I hope life is treating you well.
Regards,
Kimo
Cases[Subsets[Subsets[Range[9], {3}], {3}], _?(Length[Union[Flatten[#]]] == 9 &)]
The best place to start is to read my books. It will give the roulette player an idea what the Global Pie Method (GPM) is about.
Example, 35, the root is 8, therefore, located in the second column.Just for completeness: