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General Discussion / Re: Groups at Roulette Forum.cc
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on Mar 21, 08:02 PM 2019 to Andre Chass
The overall picture:



The funniest cartoon in the forum...  :xd:
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Humor / Re: What members look like, or who's this?
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on Mar 21, 12:53 PM 2019 to nottophammer

General celebrating another win on the KFC
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Main Roulette Board / Re: Does random have limits?
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on Mar 09, 09:28 PM 2019 to Firefox
The topic is whether random has limits and the associated question, if it does, then can the past results be used to predict future ones via patterns etc.

This is the only practical topic worth discussing. If you don't predict in some way before the next number arrives, the roulette wheel becomes a curiosity not worthy of discussion.

My contention is that true random has no limits, and cannot be predicted by looking at immediately previous results.

Therefore other methods must be used.
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Blogs / My Wheel in pictures
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on Feb 07, 09:05 PM 2019 to Firefox
@The General and anyone else interested in wheel construction.

Here are some photos of my wheel. Sorry only mobile phone ones. Hope they show up OK.

This wheel was made by Cammegh about 2000. It is a low profile scallop. rotor. I bought it off ebay in 2003 when a casino went bust. I used some of my winnings from wheel bias play.

It is cast from a solid block of aluminium and the pockets are machined out. There are no pocket bottoms or frets or moving parts to go wrong. It will spin for 25 mins or more on its own, it hardly slows down at all.

I did make a video of a short spin but can only upload avi here and it's mp4. But this rotor has long scatters. It came off at 8 and went all the way round to 2. That's 3/4 of the wheel which is typical.  It could go round from 1/4 all the way round to full or or more but scatter of 1/2 to 3/4 is typical depending on ball. Its quite hard to predict.

I did win a few £1000s on bias on older Huxley wheels in the 1990s but these  Cammeghs of this type don't seem to have any significant biases. I have recorded a few but not found anything worthwhile playing.

https://ibb.co/fkqvHgJ

https://ibb.co/Sr9PS7G

https://ibb.co/z5PLkqh

https://ibb.co/LxkVrd6

https://ibb.co/fdmX0NY

https://ibb.co/QkXh4tL

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Main Roulette Board / Re: 37 back to basics
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on Feb 05, 04:06 PM 2019 to Bigbroben
Variance is the double edged sword that enables you to win.  It's the house edge that's your big enemy.  Overcome the house edge  and it's a different world. :thumbsup:


If there was very little variance, say with ECs, for example, most progressions would make it to overcome HE.  Alembert with no variance: L1 W2, L1,W2, L1, W2, L1,L1 because of zero, L1, W2 L1 W2 L1 W2...

But if variance gives you 10 losses in row then life's harder...
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Outside The Box / VB or Sector Play Memorisation
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on Feb 05, 04:01 PM 2019 to Firefox
When memorising the wheel for VB play I use this system  (see attached)

I only use the black numbers as black on white is easier to see, at speed, for me. There is an error of 1 pocket sometimes as I take the nearest black number, but it doesn't make a huge deal for sector play and it simplifies the whole process.

Opposites on the wheel are important. 18 pockets, could be 19 through zero, but 0 ignored for simple quick calculations.

18pockets Wheel 1/2s

0    -  5R  -  0   -  5R  -  0

15  -  24  -  15  -  24  -  15

4    -  33  -   4   -  33  -  4

2    -  20  -   2   -   20  -  2

17  -  31  -  17  -   31  -  17

6    -  22  -   6   -   22  -  6

13  -  29  -  13  -  29   -  13

11  -  28  -  11  -  28   -  11

8    -  35  -   8   -  35   -   8

10  -  26  -  10  -  26   -   10

0    -  5R  -  0    -  5R   -   0

Then there are the various circuits of orange, yellow, and green.

For example, I associate 15 and other numbers with orange. I immediately know 15-11-31 is a 12 pocket circuit (1/3 of the wheel), again ignoring zero, and there's the associate orange circuit 17-24-28 which taken together with the other circuit gives 1/6s of the wheel.


12pockets 1/3s 6pockets 1/6s

ORANGE
15  - 11 -  31  - 15  - 31  - 11  - 15

17  - 24  - 28  - 17  - 28  -  24  - 17


YELLOW
4    -  8  -  22  -  4   - 22   -  8   -  4

6    - 33  - 35  -  6   - 35  -  33  - 6


GREEN
2    - 10  - 29  -  2   - 29   - 10  - 2

13  - 20 -  26  - 13  - 26  - 20  - 13

Eg How many pockets from 15  to 17cw? Answer 6  . How many from 15 to 31 cw? Answer 24

All these and other intervals are available for immediate recall. I have coloured stickers on my wheel at home to cement the associations.

It doesn't matter what system you use, but this works for me  :wink:

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Main Roulette Board / Re: visual ballistics
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on Dec 18, 07:17 PM 2018 to nottophammer
where's the picture of you and the blinkers



This will do
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Main Roulette Board / Re: visual ballistics
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on Dec 18, 01:03 PM 2018 to nottophammer


Fucking had to laugh; it's the General
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Main Roulette Board / Re: $100,000 Holy Grail Roulette System Challenge
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on Dec 01, 03:08 AM 2018 to Roulettebeater

The problem is the moderation is ridiculously biased.  ( Turner.  Lol).

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The Notepad / Re: DO YOU HAVE A SAY
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on Nov 23, 12:31 AM 2018 to Madi
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Dont forget to get a nappy before you log in.
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