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Title: RRBB test
Post by: nichedelico on Sep 20, 08:54 PM 2020
Hello. Someone knows if there is something "automatic" like an excel sheet or similar for analizing 37 spins cycle like in RRBB old thread  "Outside the box: a different view on roulette numbers" ? Because by hand it's like an infinite work . Like in the pic example. Thank you.
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: game over on Sep 21, 06:13 AM 2020
 :thumbsup:
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: game over on Sep 21, 06:23 AM 2020
I've been looking at this a lot and I have some ideas, if you want we could work together, ok?
we can try to make it work.
send me a private and we'll talk. :)
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: leoncino74 on Sep 21, 08:47 AM 2020
:thumbsup:

ma qui ci vuole una password
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: gizmotron2 on Sep 21, 09:23 AM 2020
Would something like this work? It's free to download. I use it for online play.

Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: game over on Sep 21, 10:25 AM 2020
Rforum
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: gizmotron2 on Sep 21, 10:57 AM 2020
Perhaps something like this for learning about hottest numbers come and go. It has the option to stop on 37 as an interval if you don't win. Otherwise it keeps going on the hot number that you selected. BTW it picks your first hot number for you.

Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: Blueprint on Sep 21, 04:15 PM 2020
:thumbsup:

Nice find
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: MoneyT101 on Sep 21, 05:02 PM 2020
Nice find

So a brand new member joins the forum and finds that sheet

You can’t make this sh*t up

 :xd:
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: game over on Sep 21, 05:14 PM 2020
I joined the Forum recently, to be able to comment and participate with the ideas I have, but I have been following the Forum for a long time.
So long, like the Excel I have sent, many years ago!
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: 6th-sense on Sep 21, 05:39 PM 2020
I joined the Forum recently, to be able to comment and participate with the ideas I have, but I have been following the Forum for a long time.
So long, like the Excel I have sent, many years ago!

Nice to have you here..and thanks for helping Nico out he,s a great member on here
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: Blueprint on Sep 21, 08:02 PM 2020
Nice to have you here..and thanks for helping Nico out he,s a great member on here

Agreed.
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: redstar90 on Sep 21, 09:25 PM 2020
Hi, whats the password for the excel file? thanks
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: cht on Sep 21, 10:56 PM 2020
Guys, RRBB led you astray. He got it wrong, completely wrong with the math.

If you get it right you can win with the basic math WITHOUT the aid of this sophisticated position stream.

Think in position streams but GET THE MATH RIGHT !

Today for the fun of it, I played a 18 spins session after 18spins history to randomly jostle up the positions.

Can you see how easy for me to lose the session ?

Are you smart enough now to figure out how to win with a serial loser ?

I have to make this post with all the silly and nonsensical comments about position streams.
The next time someone calls you out a loser, thank him.
I have to get lost from this farking forum. >:D
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: game over on Sep 22, 08:12 AM 2020
I agree that RRBB was not correct, in that I am with you CHT!
But I don't agree that you can't win with positions!
I would like to ask you a few questions regarding the way you play.
Do I do them here or privately?
Sorry for my bad English, it's not my language!
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: game over on Sep 22, 08:35 AM 2020
I put the password again: Rforum
Title: Re: RRBB test
Post by: gianfrancopierino on May 12, 06:30 AM 2021
its a loosing system