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Main Roulette Board / Re: The Holy Truth
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on May 06, 10:32 PM 2019 by sugtips
Odds never change.  It doesn't matter if you use computers, advantage play, bias, VB, systems, etc.  The odds will always be 1/37 for straight up single spin plays.  What does change are probabilities.  Odds that  a zero will hit are 1/37, every spin.  Probability that the zero hits 37 consecutive times is somewhere north of a trillion.
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Bet selection / Re: GUT
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on Feb 20, 01:00 PM 2019 by Mako
If you look at my unholy drinking vessel system, it takes on the whole gambit from first hit until 37th, using KTF unhit for first 18 hits then repeats GUT for last 19.  Its a lot of numbers, its a lot of tracking, uses progression but also profits which I'd say is the bottom line for all of us.
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Main Roulette Board / Is 100000 spins enough?
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on Feb 09, 06:32 PM 2019 by Rufius
On RNG the average amount of spins per hour is 300.  On a live wheel it's 60.   Figuring an 40 hour work week, 8 hours per day, 5 days per week.  Should be 2400 spins on a live wheel and 12000 spins on RNG.  I don't know anyone that spends that kind of time playing.  Even if you win millions, that kind of time spent, you become a slave to it. 

Here is a simulation (thanks to Shogun for coding it) On RNG that's roughly 9 weeks of play and roughly 46 weeks of play on a live wheel.  112000 spins. 



Set a win goal, set a time limit goal and enjoy your life
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Main Roulette Board / Is 100000 spins enough?
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on Feb 09, 12:15 PM 2019 by nichedelico
On RNG the average amount of spins per hour is 300.  On a live wheel it's 60.   Figuring an 40 hour work week, 8 hours per day, 5 days per week.  Should be 2400 spins on a live wheel and 12000 spins on RNG.  I don't know anyone that spends that kind of time playing.  Even if you win millions, that kind of time spent, you become a slave to it. 

Here is a simulation (thanks to Shogun for coding it) On RNG that's roughly 9 weeks of play and roughly 46 weeks of play on a live wheel.  112000 spins. 



Set a win goal, set a time limit goal and enjoy your life
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Systems, Products & Services For Sale / Re: Attention to offer for everyone!
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on Jan 04, 11:55 AM 2019 by blueman
No the problem is that most blissfully ignore the real math that says that their systems will lose in the long run.  Any math that says otherwise is make believe.  It's very simple to build a roulette system that will win 99% of the time.  Unfortunately that one percent of the time when it doesn't win destroys the other 99%, and that's the math that REALLY MATTERS!  ::)


If you have a system that wins 99% of the time and can't make money that is big problem.  You are not thinking in terms of business, you are thinking like a gambler.  You have to understand your system, know it's limitations, calculate projected profits, expect losses as expenses you need to conduct business.   

People don't go into business and expect to make all their profit overnight, yet all so called professionals gamblers expect a continuous million spin profit.  Even the most successful businesses ever have off days, weeks even months and years.  They analyse, they make a plan then they make it work. Think like a business man, accountant, analyst.  Not like a gambler. 

If you can't make money with a system that wins 99% of the time General, I really pity you.  Maybe take some business courses, it may help you.
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Main Roulette Board / Re: $100,000 Holy Grail Roulette System Challenge
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on Dec 01, 12:02 AM 2018 by bigmoney
If a game wins constantly, what makes you think that one who wins more than loses is better? Nimo does not make sense ... You say you have a very good form, if you have it programmed in Rx because he does not throw 2m of balls for Steve, just for the pleasure of silencing him and many others? When I get someone I can trust to program in Rx, I will throw the 2m of balls to keep my mouth shut, although I'm sure he'll keep saying that it's not HG for any excuse ... :lol:

Yes I do have good form



The point I was making that If I can run this off in a few hours starting with $1000 bankroll, while not infallible, In a short time  I make way more money than the $100,000 being offered. 

A true holy grail is worth seven figures, not six. 
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Main Roulette Board / Re: Simple System, Low bankroll, One bet selection.
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on Nov 26, 12:44 PM 2018 by Maui13
Turner you may as well put me on moderation as I was trolling for the naysayers to come and give their negativity.

Luckyfella is correct.  It doesn't matter what is posted, they will come in with a condescending tone and blatantly say it's wrong, it will lose etc etc. 

Luckyfella is also correct regarding TG's random has limits.  In every case I have played this method I know that I will be at so many units within so many spins like clockwork. 

Also having posted it, a friend of mine saw it and gave me a suggestion that I implemented increasing the win rate to 15% instead of 8%.  If I didn't post it, I wouldn't have seen what he saw and now we both earn more from it.  That is why the negativity should not be here at all.  Why should anyone post anything that could possibly be improved upon when it's it's shot down right from the start. 

Here is the chart from this morning's play, REAL MONEY RNG William Hill.  I'm using $10 units.  I wanted to make $1000 for this session.





 
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Main Roulette Board / Simple System, Low bankroll, One bet selection.
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on Nov 26, 12:41 PM 2018 by Maui13
Here is a simple system that I use based on knowing that I will double my bankroll roughly every 1000 spins.  I play it RNG only.  200 Unit bankroll will double in approximately 1000 spins.  May not seem like a lot per spin, however a large enough unit makes this very worthwhile.

 Here are the charts, one in Roulette Simulator, on on RX real money spins.  The charts have similar but different upward and downwards trends, with an overall upward trend, the very interesting thing is the dollar amounts are similar within the spin range.  For example the RX and the  RS around the 150 spin mark both show around +40 units, with multiple similarities throughout.  Largest amount bet is 18 units on RS and 8 units on RX real money spins.  RX shows a just over 8% win rate, higher than house edge and over 1000 spins. 






Here is the system:

Bet 1 unit on any dozen or column. I usually just play the middle dozen continuously   If you lose four times in a row, increase the bet by 1 unit.  Stay at that unit level until at new high or four losses.  If four losses add one unti, stay at that level until new high or four losses.... and goes on and on .  RS was up to 18 units, and the RS real money went to 8 units.  If you don't get four losses in a row, do not increase the unit bet, You may get a win on the fourth bet but not be at a new high, you would stay on that unit bet and only increase it once you had four losses in a row.
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Main Roulette Board / Re: Simple System, Low bankroll, One bet selection.
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on Nov 25, 01:07 PM 2018 by VESPA
Turner you may as well put me on moderation as I was trolling for the naysayers to come and give their negativity.

Luckyfella is correct.  It doesn't matter what is posted, they will come in with a condescending tone and blatantly say it's wrong, it will lose etc etc. 

Luckyfella is also correct regarding TG's random has limits.  In every case I have played this method I know that I will be at so many units within so many spins like clockwork. 

Also having posted it, a friend of mine saw it and gave me a suggestion that I implemented increasing the win rate to 15% instead of 8%.  If I didn't post it, I wouldn't have seen what he saw and now we both earn more from it.  That is why the negativity should not be here at all.  Why should anyone post anything that could possibly be improved upon when it's it's shot down right from the start. 

Here is the chart from this morning's play, REAL MONEY RNG William Hill.  I'm using $10 units.  I wanted to make $1000 for this session.





 
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Main Roulette Board / Re: Simple System, Low bankroll, One bet selection.
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on Nov 25, 10:38 AM 2018 by Asbesto
Turner you may as well put me on moderation as I was trolling for the naysayers to come and give their negativity.

Luckyfella is correct.  It doesn't matter what is posted, they will come in with a condescending tone and blatantly say it's wrong, it will lose etc etc. 

Luckyfella is also correct regarding TG's random has limits.  In every case I have played this method I know that I will be at so many units within so many spins like clockwork. 

Also having posted it, a friend of mine saw it and gave me a suggestion that I implemented increasing the win rate to 15% instead of 8%.  If I didn't post it, I wouldn't have seen what he saw and now we both earn more from it.  That is why the negativity should not be here at all.  Why should anyone post anything that could possibly be improved upon when it's it's shot down right from the start. 

Here is the chart from this morning's play, REAL MONEY RNG William Hill.  I'm using $10 units.  I wanted to make $1000 for this session.





 
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