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Outside The Box / Re: Convergence theory
« on: Nov 28, 05:09 PM 2019 »
Windows

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Outside The Box / Re: Convergence theory
« on: Nov 26, 02:47 AM 2019 »
I would like to continue watching...
Please let me in

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General Discussion / Re: Smart Progression
« on: Nov 21, 10:43 AM 2019 »
I also noticed that sometimes 3 lines are not enough to complete the game, for example
1 LLLWLL
2 LLW0WL
3 LL000W
probably it makes sense to add more lines ...

Hi Person, in your example, at least you should have played another 6 more spins. According to Kali, it must be close to equilibrium before moving on to line 2.
40% -60%. if you bet on red, before moving on to line 2, the number of reds must be close to at least 40%. Although I think Kali said his system wins with 30%. in your example you only have 16,6%

Regards!!

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General Discussion / Re: Smart Progression
« on: Nov 20, 05:14 AM 2019 »
Hey Kali ! I think I am understanding but I have some doubts regarding line 2.

spin    R/B          Result
1          Black                           next spin we bet Black
2          Black      +1                 next spin we bet Black
3          Red         -1                 next spin we bet Red
4          Red         +1                next spin we bet Red
5          Red         +1                next spin we bet Red
6          Red         +1                next spin we bet Red
7          Black       -1                Here we have 4 hits and 2 failures. Your method only needs 30% delivery to profit and in this case
                                                we have 66%. It is right?

Here and at this moment is where I have doubts. At first I thought we would have to play another 6 spins and only bet on spins 2 and 6 of line 2, but from what I see it is not so. you only play 2 more spins (spins 8 and 9). It is right?

for spin 8 (belonging to line 2) do you play the same color as in spin 7? that is, would we bet on black?
for spin 9 (belonging to line 2) do you play the same color as in spin 8? that is, would we bet on black?

Thanks in advance!!!

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General Discussion / Re: Smart Progression
« on: Nov 19, 05:31 PM 2019 »
Hi Kali, thanks for your explanation. It is very interesting.
In this example:

1- RRRRRR RBBRRB
    (-1-1-1-1-1-1 -1 +1 +1 -1 -1 +1)

Result is -6, Still not close to balance, would we play another 6 more spins in the 1 line?

What would be the balance to be achieved before moving to line 2?

Thanks!!!

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Main Roulette Board / Re: The Secret of Tesla's 3 6 9
« on: Nov 04, 11:45 AM 2019 »
Hi Tesla, What is the name of the skype group?.

Thanks!

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Main Roulette Board / Re: Step In To My Game
« on: Oct 03, 09:50 AM 2019 »
Please keep the topic going MoneyT101. it's very interesting.

Thanks!

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Outside The Box / Re: The 'repeat window' - Math vs Reality
« on: Jun 02, 08:11 AM 2019 »
Redhot, could you share your opinion about the last post please?
It's seem very interesting.
Thanks!!!

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Outside The Box / Re: The 'repeat window' - Math vs Reality
« on: May 31, 03:02 PM 2019 »
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Roulette Software / Permanences of RNG online casino
« on: May 20, 01:31 PM 2019 »
Does anyone know any website where to download RNG roulette permanences from online casinos?

Thanks in advance!!!

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Outside The Box / Re: The 'repeat window' - Math vs Reality
« on: May 17, 07:06 AM 2019 »
Hi Redhot,the best method so far may be that of a roulette of 1369 numbers.

two spins to make each number of our roulette of 1369 numbers.

0-0, 0-1, 0-2, 0-3.......until 36-36

Our repeat window is 13,8% (189 numbers of the 1369)

Then I would start writing down numbers every two spins. Each time in the first spin, a number appears that previously appeared in another first spin, we will bet on its second turn.

Example:

sequence:

2-15
3-18
25-35
14-23
.
.
.
2-  Here first spin corresponds to the first spin of a number that has already appeared. then we would bet for the number 15.

we would have to follow a progression that, in the event of a hit, leaves at least one unit up.
The question is that I do not know how far the progression could go and if it would reach the limits of the roulette.

My formula for calculating the bet is:

X = (1+Y) / (36-P)

X = bet to make in each Straight
Y = accumulated losses within the micro-game
P = Number of Straight to play in a certain spin

Thanks for continuing to explain Redhot!

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Outside The Box / Re: The 'repeat window' - Math vs Reality
« on: May 15, 11:15 AM 2019 »

Hi redhot!, Did you read the previous two messages ?. I also wrote you a PM

Thanks!!

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Outside The Box / Re: The 'repeat window' - Math vs Reality
« on: May 13, 06:06 AM 2019 »
We could also have a 216-number roulette:

If we take 3 spins for each number of our roulette and write down in each of those 3 spins the number of the double street, we would have a roulette of 216 numbers.

111,211,121, ....... up to 666

redhot, did you calculate which is the best option (roulette with X numbers) possible (which is the most balanced in terms of window size and options)?

Thanks so much!!!

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Outside The Box / Re: The 'repeat window' - Math vs Reality
« on: May 13, 05:14 AM 2019 »
The repeat window is 189/1370 = 13.8% of the cycle.

Than we have the next:

37 numbers   = 76% of the cycle
74 numbers   = 56% of the cycle
111 numbers = 44% of the cycle
.
.
1369 numbers = 13.8% of the cycle. In 189 * 2 = 378 spin max. (only 189 numbers of our roulette of 1369 numbers) appears always a repeat.

As we increase the options, our repeat window decreases, but each time it decreases less.
Maybe we have to find the balance in some intermediate scenario.

I would like to know what the repetition window is for the following scenarios:

Double Street/ Straight.......---> 222 numbers.
Street/ Straight.....................---> 444 numbers.
split / Straight.......................---> 666 numebrs. (Only 18 splits)

Red hot, for example in a roulette of 74 numbers R0......R36 and B0....B36 if looking for the repetition of a number land zero in 1st spin (we need two spins to make each number of our roulette of 74 numbers), Do we spin 1 more time?.

Thanks so much again!!


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Outside The Box / Re: The 'repeat window' - Math vs Reality
« on: May 10, 05:33 PM 2019 »
You can create any amount of options you like.

For example, "74 number roulette":

Take the result of 2 spins, for the first spin record if it's red or black, then for the second spin record the straight number.

Now you have 74 possible outcomes - R0, R1, R2....R36 and B0, B1, B2... B36

Hello redhot, thanks.
Then, we can make a roulette of 1369 numbers.
We take the resul of 2 spins. In the first spin we rĂ©cord the straight number and in the second spin as well. 
Then we have 1369 options.
0-0, 0-1, ..... 0-36. the last number would be 36-36.
With 1369 options the repeat window should be a very low percentage in relation to the cycle.
What percentage (window of repetition) would give us this scenario ?.
Many thanks in advance Redhot.
Regards!!!

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