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In  the above excel, the hit rate is just over 50% on average.
If you swop, LH or HL bet High, and LL or HH bet Low, you get 47% average hit rate.

Its like this for all EC's.
I have tried this with other numbers from Wiesbaden and they give +-49% average hit rate.


Malvador

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Tesla's 3,6,9

Had anyone else noticed anything strange about spins 3 6 and 9?

The AP structure interestingly contains more 3s 6s and 9s too? I think there is some significance to these numbers that we might be able to exploit..

It appears that the most common place for an AP to form or not is the 3rd, 6th and 9th spins? Any one noticed this too?


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B-b-b-but Priyanka, you said that you managed to gain edge with red black alone? You must have a method, you even showed us your amazing uphill graph? Was that fake? I'm confused?

I may have misread your entire thread and all of your posts but from my interpretation you have hinted plenty of times that you found several imbalances that lead you to an edge?

Then a few days ago you said that you didn't have a method with edge. So what is your definition of the HG, in my opinion a HG is any game that holds any sort of STABLE edge over r the house even if it's 1%?

Please clarify

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Do I turn the wheel,
or does the wheel turn me?

Malvador

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Thank you 3nine, exactly the post I was referring too.

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Spins – 19, 25, 11, 3, 5, 1, 19, 16, 3, 27, 15, 32, 11, 20, 6, 2, 31
HL sequence – HH, HL, LL, LL, LL, LH, HL, LL, LH, HL, LH, HL, LH, HL, LL, LH

Just for Math Fun:
Do the same thing with sequences of three: HHH, HLL and so on
Count the frequencies overlapping and non-overlapping
Set the frequencies into "right" relation - you can find a number close to PI= 3.14..

But sorry, I did this long time ago, I dont remember the exact details.
Maybe I find the old programms.

Have fun

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Just for Math Fun:
Do the same thing with sequences of three: HHH, HLL and so on
Count the frequencies overlapping and non-overlapping
Set the frequencies into "right" relation - you can find a number close to PI= 3.14..

But sorry, I did this long time ago, I dont remember the exact details.
Maybe I find the old programms.

Have fun

Pi has always fascinated me.  How can it be random for infinity?

Even roulette isn't random...if we knew all the initial conditions when the ball is spun, we could accurately predict where it will fall (although in reality its not realistic- but it is in theory).

I wonder if one day science or math will ever be able to accurately predict randomness.

Malvador

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But why would we want to remove repeats? They are the key to the imbalances  :thumbsup:

MoneyT101

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But why would we want to remove repeats? They are the key to the imbalances  :thumbsup:

uniques happen more then repeats  :thumbsup:
Random, you thrive because you're random; you're also defeated because your random!

Malvador

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"When numbers kiss... Magic Happens!!!!"   O0

Malachi De Malvador

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DoctorSudoku

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Malachi De Malvador


Or is it Malachi de Gilius-Falkor ?  :twisted: :twisted:
What is the fastest way of destroying your bankroll at the casino?

Play roulette with GLC's progressions.

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praline

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I started this thread as a way to see if there are any anamolies in the sequences. If there is a way you can construct things to see if there is an anamoly.

You have discovered a lot of anomalies in this mathematically perfect game.
Can you give us some more interesting and a bit more complicate examples of such anomalies?
I don't have TheHolyGrail.

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praline

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Do you see what I am seeing in the stats of opposites (HL and LH)? What do you think?
I have found it very fun, that's why im asking for more. It was very exiting to understand the reason of this anomaly.
I don't have TheHolyGrail.

 

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