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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 13, 04:51 AM 2017
well to-day I have learnt something: it is not to take long runs off short piers!!!!!!!

Seriously, you can just as easily have a RFH 5 minutes after starting to play or it could be 6 months later.  A system has failed because it only survived 5 million spins.  Bullshit.   Forget this long run malarkey and test on short runs as this is how most people play.  Hit and run players mostly swop to another table so how can you get consistency of results.   It is mainly down to luck.  Make sure that you have reasonably decent systems/methods, swop them around, swop tables.  Aim to win the majority of times.  Have stop loss limits etc.

Just commonsense really and thats mainly how I play and presume other players do too.

Good luck,   Brian             (I will be trying (not testing) this method as it sounds sensible (and feasible)

 

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 14, 10:20 PM 2017
I laid out a test of actual results

10 spins beside one other

betting against the very first unique dozen formation you see in the 10 spin sequence against the same position of the next 10 spin sequence

success



the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 02:49 AM 2017
Hi RG.
I like it sang Gerry and the Pacemakers (No, not those things that regulate your heartbeat) and he went on `you`ll like it too`   Well I am with Gerry on this one and in fact award it the Toblerone & Brown Ale trophy (Always have to hand when playing)

Rules are clearly defined and it is easy to play.  I have played this to great succes (lucky or what!!!)  I am not looking for tweaks.  It mostly wins on first spin (unless 0)

RG:  have you tried this with columns?    I will have a look myself.

If playing £5 per unit         1 3 9 x 2  need to have £250 bank.

Well done RG.  Keep up the good work and good luck and keep taking the tablets!!!
regards,    Brian


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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 03:24 AM 2017
...I am not looking for tweaks.  It mostly wins on first spin (unless 0)

Bleep,

Honestly, there are so many tweaks for this that you could start it as one dot on the canvas and end up with a Jackson Pollock major work.

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 08:01 AM 2017
I've been hand testing it

I expect a loss soon

Nothing is perfect. Let's see when that happens
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 08:19 AM 2017
Hi Taotie,

Yes there could be lots of tweaks with this but the $64000 question is: will it make it more successful.  All systems/methods can be tweaked but do we just end up getting bogged down and then give up because no one is sure what is going on.

Good luck,
Brian

(If playing £1 units then a total loss is £26.  Not a lot and we are hoping for a win, say 50 times.  This is not a lot in the scheme of things and I for one can live with that)             1+3+9 x 2 unless you are using a different prog.

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 08:40 AM 2017

Nothing is perfect. Let's see when that happens

you don't need it to be perfect you just need it to win

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 08:52 AM 2017
That is what I said.

Brian

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 08:59 AM 2017
That is what I said. dont play on short piers  :lol:

Brian
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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 09:06 AM 2017
Hi Notto,

Got ya!

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 11:22 AM 2017
RG how many times have you won? Are you using Progression 1,1-3,3-9,9?

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 11:43 AM 2017
Yea

1 3 9

Only with gambling money. Money I can afford to lose when I do play it

Only in testing phase. Haven't lost a test yet

However I know I will have a loss. Would be impossible not to

Just need to gauge how often the loss is

Another thing I'm finding is that we have at least one trigger every 10 spins. So we can possibly bet the third dozen that would complete the unique series

the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 11:59 AM 2017

I have a dozen progression from GLC that is nine step or 3 x 3 levels and if you lose the first level you need to win eight times to get back to even and start over using the second level and if you lose the second level you need eight time to win back to even using the last level.
But i am not sure how it would work with your selection method and what kind of strike ratio you have.

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 12:13 PM 2017
Yes I'm testing to see how often losses are

So far not often

Then I can gauge best way to play it

Mogul is in search of the failing zumma page as we speak
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

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Re: 10 against 10 against 10
Aug 15, 12:49 PM 2017
Testing it manually. 200 spins gave 24 wins (all win). Sometimes you can have more than one trigger in 10 spins so that's the reason for 24 triggers. It don't say all but it's a good start.  :thumbsup:   More testing needed. Hope someone can test it with lot more spins.

 

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