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ZERO

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An observation:

You seem to do well with your system testing when you have the luxury of looking forwards and backwards at all of the spins that have hit.   Unfortunately I think it leads to some unintentional curve fitting.  Meaning you're looking ahead to see which bets work the best.    It's very easy to back build betting results.  Unfortunately it's not very scientific.

My suggestion is that you code the betting, and then test it using solid RNG data from random.org to prevent the unintentional fitting of the bets being made. 

In the end you'll probably find the results differ from your current results.

Best of luck,

The General



No offense to The General but I have been playing this live, not looking backwards or forwards but as they come with great success?  :thumbsup:

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Do you always start at spin 11?
Imagine you had 4 repeats in the first 10 spins (so 6 uniques). Would you start at spin 11 playing 31 numbers?
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Do you always start at spin 11?
Imagine you had 4 repeats in the first 10 spins (so 6 uniques). Would you start at spin 11 playing 31 numbers?

I can not speak for Notto but for me that would be the ultimate trigger as I aim for a 10 unit profit and then restart and it would only take the next 2 spins to hit = 5 + 6 = 11 restart...

 

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