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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 04:02 AM 2018
last lot of numbers out now bringing it to 37 spins..notice how single standalone numbers turn into twos..threes etc knowing statitistcs and the empty block spaces maximum through statistics how would you use this to your advantage? knowing the least standalone numbers ..twos threes etc through statistics things must happen..at least most of the time...average numbers out are mainly 24..unhit numbers average 12...there will not be a 12 unhit empty blocks in arow..etc so this is balancing basic style..
how many members actually look at this?

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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 05:26 AM 2018
There are Events that are Always goin' to happen.
If you take All the non hits in the First cycle of 37 spins, you Will notice that atleast 1 non hit must and Will show in the next cycle.

Also All number that come out Always try to make a connection with his neughbours somehow. This is a fact.
When it fails to do Just that, it will in the next cycle.

On a linar Note, once a number finds his way to make contact to it's neughbours it will be a Double, tripple, etc.

There Will Always be a min. Of one repeat in 37spins. People who say otherwise Have No clue in het Random is All about. You can't Have 37 numbers in 37 spins. If you say otherwise, show prove, real prove. In All those 200+ years it has never been recorded. Some say they Have seen this happen, but that's the same odd as if i were struck by Lightning 3 Times in one week  :wink:

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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 06:35 AM 2018
One of the basics I am struggling with is how to define the 37 spin cycle?

When I sit down at the table the next spin is the first spin of the next 37 spin cycle but also the second spin of the previous 37 spin cycle and also the third spin of 37 spin cycle before that... etc... etc...

Can someone explain and does it even matter?

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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 06:39 AM 2018
One of the basics I am struggling with is how to define the 37 spin cycle?

When I sit down at the table the next spin is the first spin of the next 37 spin cycle but also the second spin of the previous 37 spin cycle and also the third spin of 37 spin cycle before that... etc... etc...

Can someone explain and does it even matter?
I can!
You're session (1e cycle of 35 spins) starts at the moment you sit down at the Table. From now on every spin you Make are you past, present and future spins. It doesn't matter what numbers Harry got 2 hours before.
When the first number when you sit down Comes nr.5 , this is you're present spin. When you're second number Comes since you dat down nr. 31, this Will be you're present number and the nr. 5 Will be the firsr of you're past spins. Everything that is possible to come after these are you future spins. Hope that this makes it clear.
Why i choose 35 spins as a cycle? Well why 37 or 38 spins? You only get paid 35:1 . Just simple as that. When i play i Always play cycles of 35 spins.
Also remember that the House Edge is 2 pockets. Ex. When you play Every spin until there are 2 numbers left, you Will never loose at the House Edge.
This is valuable information. :thumbsup:

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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 06:44 AM 2018
I can!
You're session (1e cycle of 35 spins) starts at the moment you sit down at the Table. From now on every spin you Make are you past, present and future spins. It doesn't matter what numbers Harry got 2 hours before.

Thanks Jek, that`s what I thought but does anyone else see it in a different way?

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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 06:47 AM 2018
Thanks Jek, that`s what I thought but does anyone else see it in a different way?
I'm sure Most Will See it Different.
But it all Comes down to simple Basic logic. Most members don't even understand this Basic thinking. People that do, won't argue  :xd:

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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 06:56 AM 2018
Break down four pictures put together saves going back and forth through the pictures


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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 06:59 AM 2018
Break down four pictures put together saves going back and forth through the pictures
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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 07:03 AM 2018
The reason I am asking is because if we break it down like 6th is doing by looking at the first 9 spins and the second 9 spins and the final 37 spins and what comes after that.... etc...

I am thinking by doing this we try and find certain patterns and averages we can use to our advantage but what I am struggling with is that the first 9 spins of our cycle is the second 9 spins of the previous cycle so how do we expect those 9 spins to act?

They actually only qualify as the first 9 spins in our cycle but they also qualify as the second, third and fourth 9 spins of the previous cycles?

Sorry if it sounds confusing but I am trying wrap my head around this  :question:

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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 07:13 AM 2018
Ok the basics is if you know what the average gaps between numbers at each stage you can work out what is expected to happen..how 1 standalone number will either become two or three or four...
That’s the basics ..there will be an average distance between number groups..
If you the average 24 numbers are near enough the normal and 12 unhit are normal...then in the vey1st pic you will see how many standalone numbers with no touching numbers are out...we think 12 unhit numbers are not going to come out and we know the average unhit ie empty blocks are only going to be so wide..then you can conclude that from the very 1st pic your definitely going to link some of them stand alone numbers up..becouse at the end of 37 spins you will only have the average standalone numbers left ..which means the unhit will be either side or in a small block..
This is the basics..
Towards balancing

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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 12:25 PM 2018
The reason I am asking is because if we break it down like 6th is doing by looking at the first 9 spins and the second 9 spins and the final 37 spins and what comes after that.... etc...

I am thinking by doing this we try and find certain patterns and averages we can use to our advantage but what I am struggling with is that the first 9 spins of our cycle is the second 9 spins of the previous cycle so how do we expect those 9 spins to act?

They actually only qualify as the first 9 spins in our cycle but they also qualify as the second, third and fourth 9 spins of the previous cycles?

Sorry if it sounds confusing but I am trying wrap my head around this  :question:
Hi Zero,
The way I see it, if you want to spend 20 minutes waiting for the first 20 nums to come out before even starting to place a bet based on the repeats, singles and non hits you can start tracking as soon as you sit down. But in my opinion the 20+ history that gives you the past can also be used to save you time but still get a sense of what random is doing on the wheel. Its still part of the wheel's history and will be the same as if you were sitting there watching the numbers pass. So your strategy should not change. If it is as good one you should get similar results. But you will be playing a different set of numbers most likely than if you started tracking as soon as you sat down and will obviously get different results good or bad.

The following two charts were taken last night. I entered them from the history and then continued tracking them as they came out. It took me around an hour to get the results.

Cheers,
Ricky

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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 01:16 PM 2018
Here's one from me :)   


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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 01:53 PM 2018
A new session from me.
Here's a 2 cycle of 37 spins.
1e photo spin 0-37
2e photo spin 37-74
This session gave me a profit of 379 units!

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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 02:24 PM 2018
Here’s Ricky’s...time consuming should really have asked you all to put into a 4 square collage like this in order

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Re: 37 back to basics
Jun 12, 03:31 PM 2018
Blood angel here’s yours