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monaco

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hi Bayes, fascinating thread!
 
I read one of your posts in another thread, you wrote something along the lines of ‘not all bet selections are equal’ – by this, are you saying that different bet selections deliver different z scores? & so need to be chosen & tailored very specifically in their application to any system/method of play?

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hanshuckebein

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hi bayes,

sorry for my very late response to your answer regarding the z-score. I took a few days off from my pc and from thinking about roulette.  :)

well, now I'm back and want to say "thanks a lot" for the formula and your explanation.  :thumbsup:

cheers

hans
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MrJ

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I read this thread twice a month......GREAT STUFF.
 
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Blood Angel

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Hi Bayes
So the expectancy is that a number to show is 1/37 then what's a repeats and a trebles please? Maths isnt my strong point!!
 
Thank you in  advance for your time.

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Bayes

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Hi Bayes
So the expectancy is that a number to show is 1/37 then what's a repeats and a trebles please? Maths isnt my strong point!!
 
Thank you in  advance for your time.

Sorry, I missed this one. For a double it's 1/37 × 1/37 and a treble is 1/37 × 1/37 × 1/37.
"The trouble isn't what we don't know, it's what we think we know that just ain't so!" - Mark Twain

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Blood Angel

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Sorry, I missed this one. For a double it's 1/37 × 1/37 and a treble is 1/37 × 1/37 × 1/37.
Thank you for your answer.

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Drazen

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What is wrong with the forum code so that all formulas here are incorectly shown?

Who can/has to fix that?

Cheers

Drazen

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Ralph

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Do not forget 1/37 * 1/37 *1/37 is the chance a specific number will show three times, before any spin. That any number will show three times is 1/37 * 1/37.

A double hit on any number is 1/37.
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Blood Angel

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Thank you Ralph :)

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I just thought I would hit this thread and bring it back up to the forefront...it has alot of good info and is worth a read for some of the newer people here and a re-read for some that have been around a little longer.


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