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Outside The Box / Re: Soul patterns and Graph theory.
« on: Sep 17, 10:04 PM 2019 »
For those following the other article I started earlier titled "New insight", the table I used to keep track of the numbers is not a linear table it's a circle, the beginning of the table is linked to the end  So ...35 - 36 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 3 and so on.
And it rotates in 2 direction.

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Outside The Box / Re: New insight
« on: Sep 17, 09:56 PM 2019 »
If you still don't know. How to apply what I showed you, you should consider spending your time doing something else you are good at.
It sounds harsh and rude but I agree.

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Outside The Box / Re: New insight
« on: Sep 17, 09:36 PM 2019 »
Yes, it's call apophenia. Actual thinking is needed to determine whether those patterns mean anything.
Patterns mean nothing unless there's some math inference to draw from, else it's just nice pattern that attracts the layman.

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Outside The Box / Re: New insight
« on: Sep 17, 09:28 PM 2019 »
Nothing wrong with selling, just done in the wrong section.

The geometric patterns are interesting.

However, there is still the connection to probability theory to construct a viable systems play.

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Main Roulette Board / Re: Kitchen Martingale
« on: Sep 17, 02:42 AM 2019 »
Kav, for comparison, you should also code your system and show its results - and no cherry picking!
The graph will look equally bad ? :question:

Where is steve ? :twisted:

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Main Roulette Board / Re: Kitchen Martingale
« on: Sep 16, 02:44 PM 2019 »
Simplicity is not a virtue because how can a simple system hope to compete with random outcomes, which are very complex?
If only people understand what they are up against.

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Outside The Box / Re: New insight
« on: Sep 16, 07:10 AM 2019 »
Max limit is for designing the MM.

My guess is TOS has done the coding work to determine it to be 12.

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Main Roulette Board / Re: Kitchen Martingale
« on: Sep 16, 07:04 AM 2019 »
Since this topic didn't get many replies, I took a look at some recent topics that attracted attention:
  • Soul patterns and Graph theory
  • Is roulette spins truly random ?
  • Over There but Here, Reading Randomness
  • Facts about Non-Random in 2019 and the cost of winning
  • Increasing/decreasing probability in Roulette
  • Applying Fractals to Roulette
  • Does random have limits?
  • Martingale Psychology
  • Precognition - PROOF!
Now this is scary! I mean are we so disappointed by real specific betting systems that we turned to the philosophy of probability or something?
Maybe it is the noise of useless 10-minutes-of-thought systems that pop up every week that doesn't allow us to focus on the good ones?

I have written my share of theoretical texts about roulette, but this is getting out of hand. Experienced players still wondering what is independence, the nature of probability and if quantum theory is the answer to our problems...

Ok I'm rambling, or maybe I do have a point. Fact is I was a bit disappointed that my original post about a quite Simple and Useful strategy didn't get any attention. This is actually a quite simple progression for EC, by the late Harryj, and you could do much worse than use it.

Simple description In his words:
PS: I do miss people like GLC, he would have liked it.
Systems and MM is regurgitating same old bullshit. Record stuck in the track.

Not everyone consume that kind of thing.

AP and mathboyz shit on it every single time. And they are right.

No offence, nothing personal, it's what it is.

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Outside The Box / Re: Soul patterns and Graph theory.
« on: Sep 16, 01:29 AM 2019 »
TOS, welcome to the forum.

Great stuff for the creative mind. :thumbsup:

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Maybe you are aware that this method is semi-dependent on precognition, as described in other threads here?  If so, why not join those threads and expand the knowledge base there? Preferably by adding some empirical studies, or personal reports of success?

Indeed, knowledge is where its at, and it's a major problem when a mind thinks it knows when it does not.  If your mind was filled with knowledge, there would be no room for faith, which is responsible for all phenomenon that can be seen with the human eye.  With full knowledge you would not see planets, or stars or people.  All of these, which change, are faith based phenomenon.  Observation of faith based phenom is mistakenly taken for "knowledge" when in fact it is just the observation of persistent, albeit faith-based, phenomenon.  2 + 2 = 4 is the observation of a persistent phenomenon, but it is not base in knowledge.  What causes 2 +2 to equal 4 is a faith-based phenomenon. ( It's faith that makes a unified whole seem separable and divisible into things that can be enumerated.) 

Hope this helps delineate the realm of knowledge from the realm of faith, two diametrically apposed states of mind.
One more thing.

If it can be coded, it's a rule.

If it can't be coded, perhaps the coding platform, example mql4 is limited.

Or like you said, it's precognition and not rules.

The objective is more rules content and less arbitrary precog.

There has to be some precog content, can't completely eliminate it.

It's a tradeoff, where bots ignore precog the performance drops. The gain is it's hands free execution.

Manual execution allows for precog therefore it's likely the performance is better. Downside is the work.

Note - I realise my posts is off-topic not related to this thread. Apologise to GizM

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Maybe you are aware that this method is semi-dependent on precognition, as described in other threads here?  If so, why not join those threads and expand the knowledge base there? Preferably by adding some empirical studies, or personal reports of success?

Indeed, knowledge is where its at, and it's a major problem when a mind thinks it knows when it does not.  If your mind was filled with knowledge, there would be no room for faith, which is responsible for all phenomenon that can be seen with the human eye.  With full knowledge you would not see planets, or stars or people.  All of these, which change, are faith based phenomenon.  Observation of faith based phenom is mistakenly taken for "knowledge" when in fact it is just the observation of persistent, albeit faith-based, phenomenon.  2 + 2 = 4 is the observation of a persistent phenomenon, but it is not base in knowledge.  What causes 2 +2 to equal 4 is a faith-based phenomenon. 

Hope this helps delineate the realm of knowledge from the realm of faith, two diametrically apposed states of mind.
Thank you very much still.

That's exactly what I want to communicate.

But I am not good in writing and it may come off wrongly.

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You never know if you are in the middle or the end. It's a guess.
You never know because you have not yet learnt to identify the start of new trends. Keep on at it, another day in the future when you learn this knowledge this post you write today won't apply to you anymore.

Hunting the giant win streak has been my weakness for years.
Assume you have the knowledge to accurately pinpoint new trends, will you be hunting giant trends or small trends ?

We do what our knowledge and skill allow us. That's why it's important to create a journal of the things we don't know.

What we don't know is normal, there is always a limit.

What is damaging is to think we know when we actually don't know.

To know what we know and what we don't know, that's true knowledge. - Confucious

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So here is my comment. You are on the right track. That's good.

However, identify every single thing that's a stumbling block to you. What is it that you can't know because of [whatever].

Write it down. It's very important you record each and every one of them down. This way you have a proper record that you can refer to of what you don't know now.

What you don't know or impossible to know is due to the limitation of your knowledge today. As you keep on this topic and now have proper record to focus on what you don't know, someday your subconcious mind may reveal the answer to you.

For someone who went very deep into the rabbit hole, I can tell you the boundaries of knowledge is much larger than what you read on forums or books or watch on youtube videos.

Understand that this is a journey where each one of us is at different locations of the path. Our location is the summation of our current knowledge and that keeps progressing at whatever rate and this growth rate rises as we learn more of the terrain.

Btw, I have 3decades of experience in this industry of directional trading.

Sadhguru said it this way,
Focus on it and the secrets of the universe will yield to you.

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Incorporate multi-timeframe perspective adapted from trading and you get the big picture.

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Main Roulette Board / Re: Is roulette spins truly random ?
« on: Sep 14, 11:05 AM 2019 »
Just to be clear, the exact issue is that bolded  and underlined.
Read post #1 of this thread. It's right there together with jerome comments.
https://www.rouletteforum.cc/index.php?topic=20115.0

It took me more than 1year of research to understand fully the crap that TurboG wrote.

Wtf Turbo to write math of dependency like that. Damn you. :xd:

And ofc thanks a lot.

I gave you guys a bone.

One tip from me, don't go down the same path. They don't work.
The rest is up to you.

Repeaters player.
Luckyfella

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