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TwoCatSam

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It deals with the ecart, or whatever.  Or standard deviation.

It needs to be such that when a number is put in the software, it calculates the ecart for singles, dozens, columns, and lanes or double streets.  When it ecart reaches a certain level, say 3 for singles, it will show that in a readout.  (This must be a software you use as you play, not one that looks at past spins from a file.)

Combining this with another idea would create what I call a "double advantage" method of play which would be very sound mechanically and mathematically.

Would it lose 2.7%  Don't know.  Still I'd like to try it.

Sam
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Sam, I wrote a program which tracks the SD of all locations and changes the colour when a deviation reaches certain limits. I might be able to adapt it fairly easily so that it shows the actual (numerical) deviation instead, but it wouldn't be a high priority at the moment.  :thumbsup:

http://rouletteforum.cc/other-software/colour-coded-tracker/
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TwoCatSam

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Bayes

Thank you so much!  I would only need an alert: color, noise, reading--doesn't matter.  I will study as time permits.

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No worries Sam. Just remember; any winning systems developed as a result of using said software remain the property of the program's creator.  :D j/k
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By Jove, this is just what the doctor ordered!  Thanks a ton.  I will learn all about the program and then post my idea under the brainstorming section.

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Sam, it's so good to see you back.  :thumbsup:

Your enthusiasm, creativity and analytical skills have enhanced the forum overnight.

Long may you have the health, time and energy to participate, during your northern winter.

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Thank you, dear Esoito.

A while back I mowed the lawn and had no roulette problems to ponder.  Nearly went nuts.

Today I mowed and thought about Bayes and the standard deviation.  Much more enjoyable.

Sam
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