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Money management / Re: Marven's 5 Level Staking Plan
« Last post by Normy2000 on Today at 09:15 AM »
If you dont want to end the session at +5, add 2 slash (//) at line 24   
 //        stop session

It work fine with live spins from Dublin  :thumbsup:
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Money management / Re: Marven's 5 Level Staking Plan
« Last post by Normy2000 on Today at 08:54 AM »
Try this Atlantis

Reveal (click to show/hide)

Zorro, in file editor, click on Files -> New. Then erase all text and paste the text from the Reveal button. Then save the file with the name you want.

Regards, Normand
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Money management / Re: Marven's 5 Level Staking Plan
« Last post by zorro on Today at 08:02 AM »
Hi Normy, hi Atlantis,

I'm new to RX, would you be so kind to tell me the shortest  way to paste the copy into RX ( Designer/System Editor/...and then ???

would be great and helpful. So many thanks in advance.
Z.
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Money management / Re: Marven's 5 Level Staking Plan
« Last post by Normy2000 on Today at 07:50 AM »
May i see an example where it go up to 3 or 4 units per bet please.

And the correct line in the code (line 17) should be: copy list [number 0] to record "zero" layout

Regards, Normand
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Money management / Re: Marven's 5 Level Staking Plan
« Last post by atlantis on Today at 05:54 AM »
Hi Normy,

I use a target of +5
The bet I like to use is  series of 5 bets.
Start with: 11111

WHENEVER I reach a new high. I go back to 11111 immediately and restart the cycle of 5 bets.

If I drop 5 'points' behind my current highest bank total I increase the 'points' by +1 unit.

For instance
bet 1 = W  +1* restart series of 1's
===================
bet 1 = L   +0
bet 1 = L   -1
bet 1= L    -2
bet 1 =W   -1
bet 1 =L    -2
bet 1= L    -3
bet 1=W   -2
bet 1=L    -3
bet 1=L    -4    now 5 behind highest total - increase bet by +1u
==========
bet 2 =L   -6
bet 2=w   -4
bet 2=w   -2
bet 2=w   +0
bet 2=L    -2
bet 2=w   +0
bet 2=w   +2*    restart at 1u
===========
bet 1=w  +3*     restart
===========
bet 1=w   +4*     restart
===========
bet 1=L    +3
bet 1=L    +2
bet  1=L    +1
bet  1=L    +0
bet  1= w  +1
bet 1=L     +0
bet 1=L     -1    now 5 behind highest total - increase bet by +1u
===========
bet 2 = w  +1
bet 2= w +3
bet 2= w +5*  -  target STOP

A.
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Outside The Box / Re: New insight
« Last post by Let Me Win on Yesterday at 01:47 PM »
Let me ponder the milk for a while  :)

But to quote Hawking... "Thus it seems Einstein was doubly wrong when he said, God does not play dice. Not only does God definitely play dice, but He sometimes confuses us by throwing them where they can't be seen."

http://www.hawking.org.uk/does-god-play-dice.html


The Einstein and Bohr debate was settled in Bhor's favour by John Bell (Bell's theorem).
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Money management / Re: Marven's 5 Level Staking Plan
« Last post by atlantis on Yesterday at 01:47 PM »
I altered the program line causing the error to:

copy list
  • to record "zero" layout;


and it works perfectly now!! :)

A.
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Outside The Box / Re: New insight
« Last post by Joe on Yesterday at 12:40 PM »
When you look at Milk 🥛 you see white liquid but really it's a bunch of atoms.

It doesn't make sense to say the glass of milk is "really" a bunch of atoms. The two descriptions are not mutually exclusive, but just two views or aspects of the one reality. If the glass of milk that we see and drink and the bunch of atoms were mutually exclusive, it would mean that the latter was real and the former imaginary, but the glass of milk has to exist (as a glass of milk) otherwise no bunch of atoms would exist. No glass of milk means no bunch of atoms and the atoms cannot exist independently of some form (whether it be a glass of milk, a human being, or a galaxy). Just because we see the atoms structured in a certain way doesn't mean the structure itself is "unreal".

Niels Bohr's interpretation of quantum mechanics is just one of many.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interpretations_of_quantum_mechanics

Einstein disagreed with him when he famously said "God doesn't play dice". 

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Outside The Box / Re: New insight
« Last post by Let Me Win on Yesterday 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 Yesterday 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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