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Decoding Roulette
Nov 27, 06:08 PM 2012
After 2 years of study and testing, I have to reveal that the events in the game of roulette are not merely random, so in some cases we can predict future events.

I start to explain how it works, and how you can observe the formation of futures numbers based on previous spins.

The roulette ball knows it's futute past and present and maintain harmony and equality. So I’m proving to you all the same.


1. True Numbers and Shapes in European Roulette


01=37  02=38  03=39
04=40  05=41  06=42
07=43  08=44  09=45
10=46  11=47  12=48
13=49  14=50  15=51
16=52  17=53  18=54
19=55  20=56  21=55
22=58  23=59  24=60
25=61  26=62  27=63
28=64  29=65  30=66
31=67  32=68  33=69
34=70  35=71  36=72


2. Prime & Convertible Numbers


The valid numbers for roulette are:

1.2.3.5.7.10.11.12.13.17.19.20.21.22.23.29.30.31.32

So if we bet one of this numbers also put in play is convertible or prime number.


1.10
2.20
3.30
5.0.5
7.0.7
10.1
11.19
12.21
13.31
17.0
19.11
20.2
21.12
22.29
23.32
29.22
30.3
31.13
32.23


4. The Four Elements

3 = Time
6 = Rotation
9 = Space

8 = Cosmic Balance


3. The Figures

There are 9 figures in the game of roulette

1-10-19-28
2-11-20-29
3-12-21-30
4-13-22-31
5-14-23-32
6-15-24-33
7-16-25-34
8-17-26-35
9-18-27-36



Nikola Tesla was once quoted as saying: “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.”

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 28, 06:30 AM 2012
Hello Orochi,


Welcome to the forum!


Really looking forward to this thread developing further. Hope you will discuss more and show examples of how to play etc.


Thanks for sharing your great knowledge created over the last 2 years of studying roulette.



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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 28, 10:05 AM 2012
5. Three digits


777      888      999
  21        24        27

444      555      666
  12        15        18

111      222      333
    3         6           9




If the sum of the 36 numbers on the roulette is equivalent to 666



The sums of first vertical column 777+444+111 = 1332:36 = 37

The sums of second vertical column 888+555+222 = 1665:45 = 37

The sums of third vertical column 999+666+333 = 1998:54 = 37


(37x3) = 111 constant


The sums of the diagonal 777+555+333 = 1665:45 = 37

The sums of the diagonal 111+555+999 = 1665:45 = 37 (37x2) = 74

The sums of center line 444+555+666 = 1665:45 = 37+37 constant 111

The sums of horizontal line 777+888+999 = 2664:72 = 37

The sums of horizontal line 444+555+666 = 1665:45 = 37

The sums of horizontal line 111+222+333 = 666:18 = 37 (37x3) = 111 constant


These particular sums of squares, each number is tripled as the 666

Where here mean that the three values ​​of the nine numbers represent 6/60 6 tens cadences 6 figures

And so all the other numbers are so including zero even.


6. All start with 1.2.3


Them 1+2=3


U can represent any number by is root or figure.
To obtain the root of a number just add the digits.

Samples:

66 -> 6+6=12 -> 1+2=3
11 -> 1+1=2
30 -> 3+0=3



Now observe the constants



01   02   03   =    6

04   05   06   =   15

07   08   09   =   24
              
==   ==   ==     ==

12   15   18   =   45

Them sums of columns and lines

6+15+24=45
12+15+18=45


Root:

3+6+9 = 18 = 9
 

Nikola Tesla was once quoted as saying: “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.”

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 28, 12:34 PM 2012
7. The Number Formations


Observe better the green carpet of roulette


01   02   03   =    06
04   05   06   =    15
07   08   09   =    24
10   11   12   =    33
13   14   15   =    42
16   17   18   =    51
19   20   21   =    60
22   23   24   =    69
25   26   27   =    78
28   29   30   =    87
31   32   33   =    96
34   35   36   =   105
 



When u have two numbers side by side draw by the dealer of the same ten u can sum the 2 numbers


Ex: 23+28 = 51

U can´t sum if: 13,13 output, this require a special procedure.


It correspond to 6th street, soo u put in play 16,17,18 + 0. Zero came from prime of number 17.


This is only the first step to understand the process.


Now i will attach a XLS file them u can input the spins and see how it works.
Nikola Tesla was once quoted as saying: “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.”

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 28, 06:24 PM 2012
DublinBet - Table 1 at Fitzwilliam Card Club Casino, today 28-11-2012 start time: 22h30 GMT

Dealer: Frank


13
36 --- Key Time: 9
22
26 --- (26+22=48)   48+1(fisso -1)=47   BET: 11.19
22
19 --- Hit (so we play its convertible only 11)
32
11 --- Hit
05 --- Play the prime of 5 (5.0.5)
08 --- (5+8=13)  BET: 13.31
15 --- Key Time: 6
 0 --- Hit
16
22
06 --- Key Time: 6
30 --- Key Time: 3 --- 2 key times together put into play (30+6=36)
36 --- Hit
Nikola Tesla was once quoted as saying: “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.”

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 28, 07:10 PM 2012
Dealer: Marta

36 --- Key Time: 9
12 --- Key Time: 3
34
14
10 --- (14+10=24)  BET:24
10 --- (10+10=20) BET: 20.2
4
27 --- Key Time: 9
22 --- (22+27=49) BET: 12.21
30 --- Key Time: 3
30 --- Key Time: 3 --- (30+30=60-1=59) BET: 23.32
0
21 --- Hit! --- Key Time: 3  --- (so we play its convertible only 12)
24 --- Hit! --- Key Time: 6 --- (24+21=45-1=44) BET: 8
23 --- Hit! --- (23+24=47-1=46) BET: 10.1.32 (so we play also convertible of 23 = 32)
18 --- Key Time: 9
14 --- (14+18=32) BET: 32.23
13 --- (13+14=27) BET: 27                           
13 --- (13+13=26) BET: 26                               
12 --- Hit! --- (12+13=25) BET: 25
14
34
32 --- Hit! (34+32=66-1=65) BET: 29.22
17
12 --- Key Time: 3 (12+17=29) BET 29.22
19 --- (19+12=31) BET: 31.13
29 --- Hit! (so we play its convertible only 22)

Sorry I don't have much time atm, so I stop here! Time to sleep now! I will come back tomorrow.
Nikola Tesla was once quoted as saying: “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.”

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 28, 10:15 PM 2012
Keep it going Orochi!

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 29, 05:21 AM 2012
Orochi,

looking forward with your excel sheet.

What I dont understand is the meaning of "Key Time"

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 29, 04:25 PM 2012
I finished the based sums table, just try it! It's a starting point. Make ur tests.

Later i will explain the time of rotation. I have to go deeper, because is a very complex process.

Just with this table u can win, just bet when the trigger appear and learn observing when u have to stop betting, and my advice is for flat betting.


NOTE:

Play attention to the series of nine: 9.18.27.36 because these four numbers you will have the best chance to have a hit in the next spins.
The more luck if they are repeated on the board together with 9.9 ; 18.18 ; 27.27, 36.36.

The series of nine increases or decreases the value of all the other figures or series.
So when you are sitting at a table game, remember that your luck will depend on these four simple numbers.
Nikola Tesla was once quoted as saying: “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.”

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 29, 04:50 PM 2012
orochi ,

thank you for your roulette resaearch
its a very innovative and new approach
you see to have work a lot on the subject

how to use the summxls

we enter number and the exel files tell us what to bet
is it this?


And the show must goes on

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 29, 06:06 PM 2012
DublinBet - Table 1 at Fitzwilliam Card Club Casino, today 28-11-2012 start time: 22h30 GMT

Dealer: Frank


13
36 --- Key Time: 9
22
26 --- (26+22=48)   48+1(fisso -1)=47   BET: 11.19   XL suggests this
22
19 --- Hit (so we play its convertible only 11)  XL SHEET didn't SAY BET THIS....SHOWS NO BET
32
11 --- Hit  XL wasn't bettin 11
05 --- Play the prime of 5 (5.0.5) XL doesn't have a bet
08 --- (5+8=13)  BET: 13.31   XL suggests this
15 --- Key Time: 6
 0 --- Hit    XL didn't say bet 0
16
22
06 --- Key Time: 6
30 --- Key Time: 3 --- 2 key times together put into play (30+6=36)  XL no bet
36 --- Hit   XL hadnt said bet 36


I run the above numbers in the xl sheet but it didn't suggest your bets....any ideas?

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 29, 06:27 PM 2012
Excel only indicate the basic bets, is hard to build a sheet with complex conditions, and im not expert in excel or vba code.

I will try my best to improve the conditions.
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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 29, 07:15 PM 2012
Excel only indicate the basic bets, is hard to build a sheet with complex conditions, and I'm not expert in excel or vba code.

I will try my best to improve the conditions.

You do know all this is madness don't you LoL.....but very very impressive madness.

I am intrigued how this unique fresh approach develops.

I worry about some compromises like

1.10
2.20
3.30
5.0.5
7.0.7

2 and 3 are prime numbers too. I have a thing about prime numbers. I would of pained to not use 2 and 3 as such.

Looking forward to more posts.

Thanks for sharing this original idea.

Turner

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 30, 09:19 AM 2012
To support my theory, I have to start introducing to "how the numbers work"

1. Modular arithmetic

Is a system of arithmetic for integers, where numbers "wrap around" upon reaching a certain value—the modulus.

A familiar use of modular arithmetic is in the 12-hour clock, in which the day is divided into two 12-hour periods. If the time is 7:00 now, then 8 hours later it will be 3:00. Usual addition would suggest that the later time should be 7 + 8 = 15, but this is not the answer because clock time "wraps around" every 12 hours; in 12-hour time, there is no "15 o'clock". Likewise, if the clock starts at 12:00 (noon) and 21 hours elapse, then the time will be 9:00 the next day, rather than 33:00. Since the hour number starts over after it reaches 12, this is arithmetic modulo 12. 12 is congruent not only to 12 itself, but also to 0, so the time called "12:00" could also be called "0:00", since 0 ≡ 12 mod 12.



Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modular_arithmetic


Based on this u get what i call shapes numbers:


01=37  02=38  03=39
04=40  05=41  06=42
07=43  08=44  09=45
10=46  11=47  12=48
13=49  14=50  15=51
16=52  17=53  18=54
19=55  20=56  21=55
22=58  23=59  24=60
25=61  26=62  27=63
28=64  29=65  30=66
31=67  32=68  33=69
34=70  35=71  36=72

Look at the figures, they all stay the same:

Ex: 17 is figure (7+1) 8 ; 53 is figure (5+3) 8
Nikola Tesla was once quoted as saying: “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.”

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Re: Decoding Roulette
Nov 30, 09:23 AM 2012
orochi ,

thank you for your roulette resaearch
its a very innovative and new approach
you see to have work a lot on the subject

how to use the summxls

we enter number and the exel files tell us what to bet
is it this?

Yes, Just input the numbers draw by the dealer in the spins field.
Nikola Tesla was once quoted as saying: “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.”


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