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What spins should MPR use?

Spins from real wheels only, with minimum 300 consecutive spins per wheel.
5 (33.3%)
True RNG from Random.org.
8 (53.3%)
PRNG (pseudo random number generator) from a reputable source.
2 (13.3%)

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TurboGenius

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Re: What spins should MPR use?
Jun 29, 06:53 AM 2018
Yes we keep going in circles, because you're in a corner.

The invisible corner that you created in your own mind. lol
I keep winning. We do keep going in circles though - I'll break the cycle for you.
Let's just agree that I'll keep winning and you keep not believing it's possible.
There. Problem solved.

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Re: What spins should MPR use?
Jun 29, 08:09 AM 2018
Anyone can win play money. I thought we discussed this.

We both know what happens in realistic conditions, like MPR.

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Re: What spins should MPR use?
Jun 29, 08:20 AM 2018
Turbo, is it a concidence you played thousands of spins on mpr, but left when your account turned to overall loss?

Why would play on rs where your sessions are video recorded if you wanted to keep your system more secret? Isnt mpr more private since it doesnt video record your session?

Its ok turbo, you dont need to answer. We dont need more evasive garbage.

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Re: What spins should MPR use?
Jun 29, 04:49 PM 2018
Anyone can win play money. I thought we discussed this.
We both know what happens in realistic conditions, like MPR.

Realistic conditions are IN a casino - that's where I'm winning.
You tend to ignore this every time I mention it, probably because it doesn't fit
your view.
Game sites are great for testing and showing that something can work.
I've had plenty of contact with RS's admin and I'm not concerned at all about
my play being logged. Parx logs every spin as well and every bet placement....again, not concerned. I've emailed them back and forth plenty of times now.
I also worked my ass off to find a problem in one of the games (which is now offline until fixed). See ? Once in a while a bug appears... which happens even in a real casino. (It's not continuous though after years)
Since you seem to reject my actual winnings in AC and Parx in PA, GN online - and only focus on the sites I use to display what's possible, I guess there's nothing else I can do.
I'm not playing on MPR or if I do, I'll use something very good. I'm not laying it out like that to be reverse engineered from the data (someone's already busy doing that and trying to sell it I see...laughable). And further information, like any good AP - my bets aren't that obvious at Parx Online and RS. I make losing bets on purpose, I don't keep to "just" playing a HG but mix it up with other methods. Nothing is obvious where they (or anyone) could look at it and figure it out right away.

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Re: What spins should MPR use?
Jun 29, 05:33 PM 2018
Realistic conditions are IN a casino - that's where I'm winning.

Is that why you spend so much time winning play money to showcase your system in forums?

You tend to ignore this every time I mention it, probably because it doesn't fit
your view.

Because considering all reason and information,  you'd lose in realistic conditions, like mpr. But sure you could be winning $100 every now and then. Any system can but eventually fails. Mpr is a good example.

But I'd like to see you win hundreds if thousands or millions like parx. If you could do it,  you would be doing it, right?

You already spelled out your system and working principles. They don't work. Its not an opinion. The principles are well tested.

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Re: What spins should MPR use?
Jun 29, 05:44 PM 2018
But I'd like to see you win hundreds if thousands or millions like parx. If you could do it,  you would be doing it, right?

I'm on my way...
I can't use the $100.00 min bet in a casino like they do on the simulators.
That means making it to the same balance will take much longer, which is fine.
I'm not motivated to win a million, and it's not proof of something working -
as you'll point out, I wouldn't have played enough spins.
So you can defeat/discount anything I say - therefore there's no use in me
trying to prove it to you. Others get it though, or the concepts and the key elements, etc.

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Re: What spins should MPR use?
Jun 29, 06:18 PM 2018
I never said winning a million in real money is proof of nothing. Play money winnings is not proof, especially on a clearly unrealistic game, and you fight so hard convincing people its realistic proof of your hg.

Youre going to be “one your way” to making millions for quite “some time”.

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Re: What spins should MPR use?
Jun 29, 06:36 PM 2018
Youre going to be “one your way” to making millions for quite “some time”.

Yes, it will take a while to increase unit size and bankroll increases.
That's the smart way to do it.
It's not fast enough ? Now I'm being timed as proof ?  Just kidding,
have a nice weekend.

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Re: What spins should MPR use?
Jun 29, 07:13 PM 2018
If your system worked, you'd already be there.

Your circus is explained here:
https://www.rouletteforum.cc/index.php?topic=18348.msg202866#msg202866

Its enough for any intelligent person to understand the charade.


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