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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #15 on: January 07, 2017, 02:06:59 PM »
Hi Mogul,

Don`t you understand Arabic!!!                     Seriously, It is making a match from the last 5 spins.  A = 1/6  13/18  25/30  B = 7/12 19/24  31/36

It is proving to be pretty solid.  No losses yet!  but there is still plenty of time.  As always it boils down to prog. and stop loss.   

The secret to success is win more than you lose.  hahahaha.

Regards,
Brian

Well all Arabic aside, your saying to play for matches of the last actual
results. Right?

Not some pattern from the Arabic matrix.

Right?
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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #16 on: January 07, 2017, 06:29:12 PM »
Hi Mogul,
Sorry but it`s all Greek to me.

Brian

(You will have to move to England (preferably around North-East - Newcastle upon Tyne) and laarn yasel Geordie   (learn to understand and speak the Geordie dialect then you might just come to understand my humour)      No doubt it is the same for me moving to USA.      Possibly if you drink 12 bottles of Newcastle Brown Ale (now widely available in US) in a session your brain will go into melt down and it will help you with these problems.  `Nuke` Brown is not as good in US as in UK.  It is not even brewed in Newcastle now (Disgraceful)   It`s nick-name is Journey into Space owing to its strength. A few bottles being able to get you legless (I do not know how getting legless helps you with a journey, but there you go or not as the case maybe)

Best regards,    Brian
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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #17 on: January 08, 2017, 12:33:17 AM »
Hi Mogul,
Sorry but it`s all Greek to me.

Brian

(You will have to move to England (preferably around North-East - Newcastle upon Tyne) and laarn yasel Geordie   (learn to understand and speak the Geordie dialect then you might just come to understand my humour)      No doubt it is the same for me moving to USA.      Possibly if you drink 12 bottles of Newcastle Brown Ale (now widely available in US) in a session your brain will go into melt down and it will help you with these problems.  `Nuke` Brown is not as good in US as in UK.  It is not even brewed in Newcastle now (Disgraceful)   It`s nick-name is Journey into Space owing to its strength. A few bottles being able to get you legless (I do not know how getting legless helps you with a journey, but there you go or not as the case maybe)

Best regards,    Brian
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Well in English, there was an actual question. I assume that you are tracking
5 results and playing for the repeat of them.

So the question (to rewind through several replies and languages), is simply
what is the purpose of that matrix, if your trigger is the last 5 results?

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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #18 on: January 08, 2017, 07:31:05 AM »
Hi Mogul.
There is no matrix.  Look at last 5 spins and bet against them.    I am using +1/-1 as I have seen it lose past 5 spins (not very often) but still lose.

I am also playing last 5 spins and betting against on E/C`s.  Play 1, 2 or all three on same spin.  Needs a much larger BR but results are good.  No complicated tracking/staking as sometimes it can be difficult to place bets with time allowed on on-line `live` casinos.

Good luck,
Brian

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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #19 on: January 08, 2017, 09:52:56 AM »
as sometimes it can be difficult to place bets with time allowed on on-line `live` casinos.
Why have casino's, this need to spin in as short as time as possible?
My answer is they do not like a player to be able to have a large amount of cover for system/method, is this why the China's just toss hundreds of chips across the table.

Perhaps Goldrosen could answer this, Finger

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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #20 on: January 08, 2017, 06:47:59 PM »
Hi Mogul.
There is no matrix.  Look at last 5 spins and bet against them.    I am using +1/-1 as I have seen it lose past 5 spins (not very often) but still lose.

I am also playing last 5 spins and betting against on E/C`s.  Play 1, 2 or all three on same spin.  Needs a much larger BR but results are good.  No complicated tracking/staking as sometimes it can be difficult to place bets with time allowed on on-line `live` casinos.

Good luck,
Brian

Sounds good.


AABAB
BAABB
ABAAA
BABAA
ABBAB


This is what I was referring to about the matrix

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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #21 on: January 08, 2017, 06:51:56 PM »
Hi Mogul.
There is no matrix.  Look at last 5 spins and bet against them.    I am using +1/-1 as I have seen it lose past 5 spins (not very often) but still lose.

I am also playing last 5 spins and betting against on E/C`s.  Play 1, 2 or all three on same spin.  Needs a much larger BR but results are good.  No complicated tracking/staking as sometimes it can be difficult to place bets with time allowed on on-line `live` casinos.

Good luck,
Brian

In kind with NLE and other variations, there are the setups we look for as triggers.
The triggers are certain patterns of EC's.  DS's.  And the like.  So since there are
many slants to looking at these supposedly better setups, then wait for the
setups in each league. Each pattern. And play them in the different buckets.
EC's. DS's. Etc.

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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #22 on: January 08, 2017, 06:53:09 PM »
Hi Mogul.
There is no matrix.  Look at last 5 spins and bet against them.    I am using +1/-1 as I have seen it lose past 5 spins (not very often) but still lose.

For example, wait til you lose past 5 in one set of EC's. DS. Etc. Then
jump in to play.

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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #23 on: January 08, 2017, 09:18:20 PM »
Hi Mogul,
NO.  NO.

Use chains of 5.  Play any or all of E/C`s.  (Pref. French roulette)   Bet for opposite.  SAW    (stop at a winner)   Play out the chain of 5.  Start again.

So   R/B as an example.     RRBBB         RBRRB    won on 2nd spin.   now RBBBB    won on 3rd spin   BRBRR   won on 1st spin.  I am using 1 2 4 5 6 and it is going a bomb.   When will it explode?     You could use +1/-1 prog.   

So easy to place bets/track.

Its over to you to test.
Good luck,   Brian   

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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #24 on: January 08, 2017, 09:31:37 PM »
I would play this as designed in the first post of the thread

Playing this against the mat ECs is a death wish

"And when Santa squeezes his fat white ass down that chimney tonight, he's gonna find the jolliest bunch of assholes this side of the nuthouse."

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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #25 on: January 08, 2017, 10:18:00 PM »
Hi RG,

We all know that 99% of systems etc. encounter a RFH sometime but hope that we are not playing when it does.

For now I am going to play The Frank Sinatra method and do it `My Way`

Cheers,
Brian

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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #26 on: January 08, 2017, 10:42:31 PM »
I like the EC bet of post #1

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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #27 on: January 08, 2017, 11:53:16 PM »
are you playing for repeat or change ?
Playing for repeats but it will probably work both ways.   Also just betting A or B all the time is also a possibility.
Would using A= 1/12 + 25/30 and B = 13/24 + 31/36 be more advantageous?

Or you could bet once to repeat and next spin to change from previous. You know why all these ideas would work? Because it doesn't matter anyhow or changes anyhow or giving us any advantage over guessing the next spin or over the HE. All these theories on bet selections are pretty much useless. It's stupid to base any advantage of your system on bet selection. If we can't change the odds of the next spin and can't guess this way the next result (contrary to what AP claims it does, and I agree), there is no point in MECHANICAL systems that we test to speak about bet selection. There IS point though I guess to improve the system mechanics (what we SHOULD focus is the creation of the progression, the limit loss, wins, bankroll etc). These are the things we can tune and work around in mechanical systems.
If you still insist on finding a bet selection what MAYBE could work is to bet the most behind of the 2 results of your EC based on any deviation from the mean. Still this way any positive result you may see won't be in short run but after hundreds/thousands of spins. And that is IF your system can still survive that many spins (through money management)chasing the least spun result of the EC until it approaches the mean. A big IF

Why have casino's, this need to spin in as short as time as possible?
My answer is they do not like a player to be able to have a large amount of cover for system/method
No. It's very simple why.
Spinning in as short time as possible = more spins per hour =  more bets placed = more exposure of players and bets to the fixed HE = more money for them.
Plain and simple. :) Maybe because also that they DO need to make their game a little bit faster to keep you interested and not bored spinning once every 3-4 minutes. They can't come even close to the auto spin times of online RNG or online Live Roulette within seconds but they still try to cut down their time= more action, more fun, more profit for them, less waiting boredom time
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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #28 on: January 09, 2017, 12:57:23 AM »
in regards to post 1

A = 1/6, 13/18, 25/30
B = 7/12, 19/24, 31/36

Just went through 3 zumma pages

strings of 5

each string was a win if you used the 1, 2, 4, 8, 16...there was always a win within the 5 bets. except once

I do not condone marty, this was for test purposes only

all wins but 1

the one loss included a 0

it looked like this:

A0BAA
AABAA

Even with that one marty loss of 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 i was still ahead 1 unit, ONE UNIT, lol at the end...better than losing i guess

my next test i wont stop on a win i will continuously bet against the decision 5 back as per the string....had i done that the test would have been better

now i can say all strings of 5 resulted in a win HAD i had insurance on 0

but we know how that goes

is insurance on 0 a stupid move? or does it have merit in certain methods

or do we say put insurance on 27, 31, 0, doesnt matter all the same. then i could say: 0 is not part of a line, and we are betting lines so the insurance chip is a savior. it cant HURT

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Re: I am in chains
« Reply #29 on: January 09, 2017, 02:41:55 AM »


perhaps wait for a couple of spins until your "edge" seem htigher (aka if you are hoping for a A to happen then wait for 3x B to happen etc).


But don't the highly esteemed math boys tell us that such waiting (as you are suggesting above) is not going to change the HE because every new spin is an independent event and also because the wheel has no memory ?
What is the fastest way of destroying your bankroll at the casino?

Play roulette with GLC's progressions.


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