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Hybrid Roulette Computer (new video)
Jul 20, 11:54 PM 2017
Normally I don't publish videos of the Hybrid Roulette Computer. Usually you would need to visit me personally for a demonstration. I still can do private demos but I have less time, so I've published a video demo below:


Basically in this video I start applying the roulette computer from scratch, so you see the entire process. To monitor the accuracy, pay attention to the "tuned predictions" displayed in the software. The tuned predictions begin to be displayed after the first few spins.

Predictions become more accurate over time, and reach the maximum accuracy after about 70 spins. At that point, the players usually start betting.

In this demo, after I test the 70 spins, I clear the charts and repeat more spins so you can see what the accuracy would be like once betting begins.

Keep in mind this is a current model Juhn Huxley wheel and with a deliberately bouncy ivorine ball, to make winning more difficult than most wheels.


Summary of Results

The chart data for the "calibration" and "betting" periods are below:





Calculating The Edge

The most reliable assessment of edge is by observing the center points of the peaks (the high parts of the wavey green line for the chart with the most data). In this case the high points are at 2.95 and 2.25. So the edge is approximately +34%. This is about the average edge for a difficult wheel that's in good condition, and with a bouncy ivorine ball like in the video. Obviously even better results are achieved if you take the time to focus on easier wheels. Edges over +90% are often achieved especially if the computer is configured to notify players when the ball is predicted to bounce ess predictably (but this setting takes longer to use).

But more important than edge is "profit per hour". And normally we would bet about 5 numbers for each predicted number (the predicted number and 2 numbers each side).

In 70 spins, the profit was $6,800.

In the 29 spins, the profit was $1,750.

The edge in the betting period was lower than expected (as per the longer term data). This is what we'd call "bad luck", although it's still a clear profit.

Hypothetically we could have bet on 15 or so numbers and won on almost every spin for an even greater profit. But this is not possible on all wheels. Usually a well-organized team can get 5-10 numbers down in a spin before bets close.

There's a lot more to it, but the video is a crash course on the basic capabilities of the Hybrid roulette computer.

How much is this roulette computer? It's free if you are on my team but I'm not accepting players anymore. Otherwise it's $80,000. It's not cheap but if you see a demonstration of the full capabilies to win roulette undetected, you'll know it's justified.

Learn more about this roulette computer at www.roulette-computers.com and www.hybridroulettecomputer.com

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That's new video is fantastic Steve!
Thanks
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