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Outside The Box / Re: New insight
« Last post by Let Me Win on Today at 09:07 AM »
I am a fully paid up athiest my understanding of MAYA is very scientific.

When you look at Milk 🥛 you see white liquid but really it's a bunch of atoms.

This is the Maya.
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Outside The Box / Re: New insight
« Last post by Roulettebeater on Today at 08:45 AM »
But there is no unreality in what "appears", and two aspects of reality doesn't mean that one is false. To take your example, just because the light appears to our eyes to turn red instantly doesn't mean it's an illusion, because it's also a reality that light can't travel instantaneously; the only "unreality" is us not taking this into account. Just because our understanding of reality is limited at the current time (and probably always will be) is no basis for assuming that "everything is Maya". Before science, humans explained events in terms of magic and gods, and unfortunately there is still a tendency to do that.

Go on like that , nice lecture !
How should the average person translate this into workable idea in terms of roulette ?
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Money management / Re: Marven's 5 Level Staking Plan
« Last post by Normy2000 on Today at 07:09 AM »
Hi A,

I use the record "zero" to be sure i always get 5 red/blk. (in green)
        if  record "last spin" layout is not found in record "zero" layout
        begin
            Track Last Number for record "trigger" Data times to record "tracked numbers" layout
        end

This way we wont get 2r +2b + zero = no winner and no bet...

I can add prog if it is well explain, right now, i dont get it.

Regards, Normy
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Outside The Box / Re: New insight
« Last post by Joe on Today at 06:30 AM »
Not that everything is an illusion in the sense that it does not exist it's more that what we are seeing and experiencing how it appears to us is not the true reality.

Some example such as we see a traffic light turn red.
It looks instant to us but really we are seeing things in the past due to the time it takes for the light to reach our eyes and our brains to process that.

But there is no unreality in what "appears", and two aspects of reality doesn't mean that one is false. To take your example, just because the light appears to our eyes to turn red instantly doesn't mean it's an illusion, because it's also a reality that light can't travel instantaneously; the only "unreality" is us not taking this into account. Just because our understanding of reality is limited at the current time (and probably always will be) is no basis for assuming that "everything is Maya". Before science, humans explained events in terms of magic and gods, and unfortunately there is still a tendency to do that.
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Money management / Re: Marven's 5 Level Staking Plan
« Last post by atlantis on Today at 03:24 AM »
Thank you, Let me win for reminding me about it.
It's quite good but you need patience.
I had forgotten about this - now why did I forget?? or why would I forget it if it's that good?
I dunno and can't remember.
Hi Normy - good job on the .dgt but I had to REM this line to get it to work...?

    copy list
to record "zero" layout

to

// copy list to record 0 layout

Seemed to work oK after that!
I'd also like to check it with the prog too - if possible.

A.
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General Discussion / Re: Simple Excel Question
« Last post by Bigbroben on Today at 02:48 AM »
Here, if you want a mental overload:
https://www.rouletteforum.cc/index.php?topic=9870.120
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General Discussion / Re: Simple Excel Question
« Last post by Bigbroben on Today at 02:32 AM »
Hi,
the first value in the LOOKUP part of the formula on the right is still R2, so LOOKUP actually takes the value in R2, looks for it in the row 3 range, then returns the corresponding value in row 2.  You want the value in T2 to be searched in the second column.

Hint: check the formulas and notice the $ signs.  When a $ is written in front of a cell name (ex: $b2), even if you copy/paste the cell or slide the formula to other cells, the column B will remain.  If writing $B$2, both rows and column will be kept.  Same for B$2: keeps the row and the column is relative.   
This is a handy trick when you want to distribute the same formula to many cells.  I use it all the time for parameters.  See attached.

But if you do so, make sure you really are copying the cell, and not the text on top of the screen, otherwise it will be the same text being copied.  You can easily apply a formula to the whole column by double-clicking on the square dot low/left of the chosen cell ( purple in attached pic). Or just click/hold/drag where ever you want.

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General Discussion / Re: Simple Excel Question
« Last post by holy roller on Yesterday at 11:22 PM »
BEN! I need your help sir... please. I took your example and changed the formula so it would match the cells in my other spreadsheet, but I have a problem.

My second NR column with the numbers 19 - 37 just repeats the first several numbers in my first column with the numbers 1 - 18. Looking at your formula for the same columns it looks like they match. My spreadsheet is on the 4th tab. Thanks for your help again.
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Outside The Box / Re: Soul patterns and Graph theory.
« Last post by Blueprint on Yesterday at 07:22 PM »
guess we need more graphs and more meditations  :question:
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