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okay this is for airball not up todate. But what you see is betting 11 numbers to get the 27th non-hit.
So the 27th has taken to come in, 1spin, 135 times, but has gone past your 11bets 6 times. Would the 6 losses leave you still in profit.

Guys,

This is painful to read. Stop counting the non hits...etc.. and start running chi square tests instead.  Chi square is a better test than just counting non hits verses hits.  It's simple, and there are plenty of spreadsheets that you can use that automatically calculate it for you.  Counting the number of hits verses non hits is a crude and inefficient goodness of fit test.  Chi square is more efficient and less time consuming.  What you guys are looking for are the minimum chi square values needed to produce a profit with your system/progressions.   Just guessing, the value will might be around 50 on your small samples. 
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This is painful to read.
So you know what you're going to see why bother looking and don't use the old helping members out
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Notto,

For me it's like watching kids trying to push a car up hill with the parking brake still on.  I'm just trying to be helpful, that's all.

It's good idea to learn from the knowledge, experience and mistakes of others because you can't possibly live long enough to make all of the mistakes yourself.   I'm not trying to one up you, or put you down.

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Notto,

For me it's like watching kids trying to push a car up hill with the parking brake still on.  I'm just trying to be helpful, that's all.

It's good idea to learn from the knowledge, experience and mistakes of others because you can't possibly live long enough to make all of the mistakes yourself.   I'm not trying to one up you, or put you down.
Had the pill not kicked in
 I'm not trying to one up you, or put you down.

Well who ever you really are, yes one must learn from their mistakes.
So if you collect 40 to 60; 1/37 spins, over and over again, you'll be surprised what you can learn. Bit like you watching the wobbly wheel for a million spins.
You posted some of these spins and yes KTF won on the 1st go, but you still dont hear i DONT KTF i now watch the spins like you knowing that from spin 11 up to spin 40 i'm going to see on average 15 non-hit, but to use ROTT the Riddle Of The Trot you need to know the average to hit and  see the word PRESENT KNOWN MAXIMUM TO HIT. Have this and it'll make the job easier, like 6th sense is trying to show how in 37 spins
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It is really beneficial to not be offended when someone tries to share knowledge. Nobody knows everything, but many people know better about specific things.

We all know Caleb can be a c***. But mostly he is misunderstood. His initial advice starts friendly, but then he's attacked because people don't like to be told "facts". He responds with humor, but also antagonizing people who attack him. It's best try to understand the advice and not be offended by it.

I'm not saying he is god's gift to roulette (like me). But clearly he understands the game.

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Also when someone is trying to share knowledge, understand the logic they are presenting. If they just say "you cant" without any logic, then it's no good. Understand the information and verification of what they're saying.

And if you find it annoying for someone to tell you something that's true, TOUGHEN UP. Is it going to benefit you if you run and whinge about someone telling you like it is.

Really if someone tells me like it is and they are right, with claims backed up, I would gladly give them credit and learn from them. The ability to lose your pride and learn is very valuable in any area of life. They dont call pride a deadly sin for nothing. It's best avoided.

And keep in mind, we are better and smarter than you.

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Steve, notto, general, turbo :

Stop gambling!

If you have been gambling, stop. Unless you are a winner, you need to stop. And since you are reading these lines, you have been losing money. So, stop losing money!
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My gambling days are well and truly over. Roulette is not gambling to me, at all.

Other than an intellectual pursuit, it is all about risk vs reward, like any investment. Every wheel is an opportunity, with upsides, downsides etc. But the main limiting factor is still casino surveillance. If it werent for that, I could win $1m every week no problem.

 

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