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kingmaq

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Uhm ok.............

You shouldn't fear betting on more numbers !
Supposing you have an advanced method, You should first find out the gap or delta (maximum number of lose's occurence in a row ) once you find out the gap you can figure out the optimal numbers to bet on

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Carry on....



(Oh and when you know the delta? How many spins till you got that)
EC's ? Dozens? Naaaah. BET THE NUMBERS THAT HIT ABOVE AVERAGE! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !  Forget my old topics. I've moved on. And so should we all do. Don't stay stuck in the same methods that didn't work and never will......

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Carry on....



(Oh and when you know the delta? How many spins till you got that)

Not less than a few hundred thousands of spins...

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denzie

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 Ok...So How you measure the rotor and ballspeed ?
EC's ? Dozens? Naaaah. BET THE NUMBERS THAT HIT ABOVE AVERAGE! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !  Forget my old topics. I've moved on. And so should we all do. Don't stay stuck in the same methods that didn't work and never will......

kingmaq

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Ok...So How you measure the rotor and ballspeed ?

Before we start we need to clarify some points and concepts, the roulettes is chaotic and not random, in which the non linear equations need input parameters, this model is deterministic only with precise condition, Einstein'statement about roulette was essentially an approximation of his general mathematical theories, unfortunately for Einstein, whose reference was for a deterministic projection, as at least currently forumlated and interpreted that the roulette isn't deterministic.
So the Chaos theory came and proved the opposite

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denzie

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Alright,  we're all ears (eyes actually lol)  :thumbsup:
EC's ? Dozens? Naaaah. BET THE NUMBERS THAT HIT ABOVE AVERAGE! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !  Forget my old topics. I've moved on. And so should we all do. Don't stay stuck in the same methods that didn't work and never will......

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Before we start we need to clarify some points and concepts, the roulettes is chaotic and not random, in which the non linear equations need input parameters, this model is deterministic only with precise condition, Einstein'statement about roulette was essentially an approximation of his general mathematical theories, unfortunately for Einstein, whose reference was for a deterministic projection, as at least currently forumlated and interpreted that the roulette isn't deterministic.
So the Chaos theory came and proved the opposite
We need someone who really understand chaos theory and roulette, it is good to have you here  :thumbsup:

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denzie

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We need someone who really understand chaos theory and roulette

I agree but....First let's see what King has to say  :thumbsup:
EC's ? Dozens? Naaaah. BET THE NUMBERS THAT HIT ABOVE AVERAGE! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !  Forget my old topics. I've moved on. And so should we all do. Don't stay stuck in the same methods that didn't work and never will......

 

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