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## Resources & Downloads => Randomness Studies => Topic started by: nottophammer on Apr 12, 06:50 AM 2020

Title: ? for Jono
Post by: nottophammer on Apr 12, 06:50 AM 2020
Jono or plop

Do you see on R-sim; X amount of consecutive non-hits.

I/we know a repeat in 1-10 is more often than not. But when it misses the repeat; how often or far, does it give consecutive non-hits.
Winkel shows spin 13 could have 2 repeats hit. But this can miss.

15 consecutive seems about the time the repeat comes. In KTF, how many times do you see by spin 15; you've won your target.

Luck of the irish posted good data; but i just wondered do you see lots of consecutives given, more than Vaddi's 1st part.
Title: Re: ? for Jono
Post by: nottophammer on Apr 12, 11:31 AM 2020
Jono

answered my question. here 17 consecutive.
Title: Re: ? for Jono
Post by: Mister Eko on Apr 12, 12:12 PM 2020
And lost all winnings.
Title: Re: ? for Jono
Post by: nottophammer on Apr 12, 01:19 PM 2020
And lost all winnings.
No Mr E
After 100 games I have a profit. You miss the point; Every so often you get a cycle where it gives too many consecutive non-hits.
Luck of the Irish data shows this. But I won 90 games consecutive.

But you don't see how to use the known average that shows as 1-3-5-7.

Look at the link you posted to roulette life; is it, that member understands the results of 1-3-5-7. Perhaps you should ask him
Title: Re: ? for Jono
Post by: The General on Apr 12, 06:01 PM 2020
No Mr E
After 100 games I have a profit. You miss the point; Every so often you get a cycle where it gives too many consecutive non-hits.
Luck of the Irish data shows this. But I won 90 games consecutive.

But you don't see how to use the known average that shows as 1-3-5-7.

Look at the link you posted to roulette life; is it, that member understands the results of 1-3-5-7. Perhaps you should ask him

The MPR,though, shows that your system still sucks.  It's because you can't look forward in time to determine "when" your session should end.
Title: Re: ? for Jono
Post by: nottophammer on Nov 06, 04:46 PM 2020
The MPR,though, shows that your system still sucks.  It's because you can't look forward in time to determine "when" your session should end.
General; we know when your session ends. You never get started. No wobbly wheels
Title: Re: ? for Jono
Post by: nottophammer on Nov 10, 01:48 PM 2020
Jono

This is about the last post. Early days
Title: Re: ? for Jono
Post by: nottophammer on Nov 10, 01:49 PM 2020