The only way to beat roulette is by increasing accuracy of predictions (changing the odds). This is possible on many real wheels.
Started by Mortagon, Jan 09, 08:32 AM 2018
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Quote from: Joe on Dec 02, 06:48 AM 2019It seems to work well enough for the casinos, and it's a good job they don't agree with you, otherwise they wouldn't exist and you'd be screwed.
Quote from: Joe on Dec 02, 06:48 AM 2019But I guess it's easier to condemn something you don't understand, rather than actually learn it.
Quote from: Joe on Dec 02, 06:50 AM 2019And not forgetting, the willingness to suspend your critical faculties.
Quote from: precogmiles on Dec 02, 07:45 AM 2019Critical thinking might help you solve a math equation, which is great. But it won't help you understand the nature of random.
Quote from: precogmiles on Dec 02, 07:42 AM 2019Why would I be screwed?
QuoteCritical thinking might help you solve a math equation, which is great. But it won't help you understand the nature of random.
Quote from: Joe on Dec 02, 11:04 AM 2019Because casinos rely on the laws of probability, which you say don't exist, for their very existence. Not to mention the countless other uses it has in our modern world. Nonsense.
Quote from: gizmotron2 on Dec 02, 09:50 AM 2019You understand randomness by comparing it to a base line. At least you can if you want to learn how randomness fluctuates beyond a base line value. I wanted to know so I started with systems like most new players do. From that evaluation you can get a grasp on expectation. Then a realistic view of expectation becomes a new baseline value. You acquire a knowledge of randomness by virtue of knowing what outlier variance conditions are possible. But then I started looking at timing. Conditional awareness of randomness allows you to utilize timing. It's best to think about randomness in as many ways as you can, in my opinion.
Quote from: precogmiles on Dec 02, 11:30 AM 2019I have read some of your posts before and find them very interesting. Keep up the good work! Very interesting insights. It would be nice to see some demonstrations on roulette simulator if you have some time.
Quote from: nottophammer on Dec 02, 01:40 PM 2019Gizmo style
Quote from: Kairomancer on Dec 02, 05:54 PM 2019Negative progression is not a good idea when it comes to RR.It is a loan you have to pay with interest when the shit hits the fan.Believe me losing streaks happen more often then you would think with this method end you end up digging in the hole.1 session is almost as useful as a single spin.
Quote from: Astrid Cruz on Dec 02, 07:34 PM 2019Hello how are you?I think I understand that flat betting is not progressing right?If so, the way David sent me is flat and if he wins so far I have played 3 times and won all!I don't know what VB is, nor do I know it's precognition.But what this man sent me already made me recover the money that robbed the scoundrel of Mr. Kunwar!I am very happy, thanks!Blessings.Astrid
Quote from: precogmiles on Dec 02, 06:52 PM 2019Yes that's very true. The only methods that can win flat betting are VB and precognition. In my opinion.