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RouletteGhost

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Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 03:14 PM 2018
The newbies of this forum are too often saying they want to keep something secret, not share it, or go to PM

That’s not how a forum operates. No one actually cares, if that’s how you are then don’t post, simple.

Share or leave. That’s how it should be. It is not productive. This isn’t me begging you to share with me, because I do not care, it’s just annoying to read

Between the constant Steve and Caleb tag team on turbo, flat earth, and the “new crew” not sharing anything, this forum is back peddling. It’s going extinct

Wise up people

(Andre, want to share your bacc method so bad? Goto the bet selection baccarat forum, DUH)


Half the stuff here is hard to read now


the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

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Andre Chass

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 05:10 PM 2018
You're right Rich!

That's all I have to say

Nothing ventured, nothing gained...

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 06:12 PM 2018
RG, this has been going on for years. You think your lil' post will change everything?

Andre is also a noob, year ago he was playing the star system and romanosky with his last life savings to change his life, or have I mistaken?

Posting 1000+ msgs doesn't make you a roulette guru or baccarat in t(his) case.
Don't be so naive.

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 06:26 PM 2018
Things head south temporarily when the annual guru shows up leaving a trail of breadcrumbs, that lead nowhere.

Some people see through the bullshit, and understand the bad logic and problems. Some don't understand. The two sides argue.

It's temporary, until enough people see through the guru's bullshit. Then we can get back to betting on cold numbers, or something similarly useless.

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 06:37 PM 2018
Besides I already posted turbo's system. I know its his system.

It appears to be ignored, then later others posted what they thought was turbos system, and it turns out they're correct (besides minor details).

Strange how other people who support turbo said "that wont work". I'll just mostly sit back and watch it unfold.

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 06:39 PM 2018
I think the truth is, nothing really works. This is the best thing that can be shared....that there is nothing to share.
"In God we trust; all others must bring data", W. Edwards Deming

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 06:43 PM 2018
No there are methods that really work. We already know AP works, but some people dont like it. So look at another way that might work. I gave my suggestions, with have nothing to do with traditional AP or computers, in the "outside the box" area.

If I was a normal member here looking for ways to win, and didnt like AP, that's where I'd be.

Does it make sense to start with something NEW, or the same old crap that everyone should know has been tested exhaustively and proven to fail?

Really some members are like toddlers just learning to walk, not understanding how early they are in the learning process - yet professing to have solved the puzzle. Anyway I was there too once. Each learns at their own rate.

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 06:59 PM 2018
Really some members are like toddlers just learning to walk, not understanding how early they are in the learning process - yet professing to have solved the puzzle.

lol
Funny analogy
How fortunate for them, you are the one to teach them how to walk ?
Computers and Bias wheels will get them on their feet for sure !
Just sign here..... and then GET UP AND WALK !  poof.
Toddlers aren't able to be very covert though, they always tell secrets.
I can picture one drooling and pointing to their hidden device at the table
and saying "someone told me to wear this and I would WIN"
Nevermind, it was funny when I thought it lol

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 07:04 PM 2018
Turbo,

Pay attention to what Falkor posts.  You could learn something.
Basic probability and The General are your friend.
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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 07:28 PM 2018
Turbo,
Pay attention to what Falkor posts.  You could learn something.

Nope, I've already learned everything about what doesn't work and "how not to win".
That's when I found what does work.
I'm the expert here....if I wanted to hear people type in bold and bright red letters that what I'm doing is impossible, I would be wasting my own time.
About as silly as me trying to "teach" you about exploiting bias wheels. You would find that absurd and nonsense and rightfully so - it's the same with Falkor and me, but no need to agree.
I understand that anyone who says it's impossible is on your team, I wouldn't have picked the people on your team anyway - they refuse to understand what's possible and what isn't. The "experts" told them otherwise already, closed minded and unable to be taught a thing.
I say we work so that both teams win - you win your way, we'll win ours.
Why is it a competition ? Ahhh. Because I can win on any wheel, any table and any RNG - I don't need to be covert, I don't need a device, and I don't need a wheel malfunction to win.
So I'll be the enemy, I'm ok with that. Blast away.

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 07:43 PM 2018
Sorry to post this again, but I really like how and what he's written here.

These fairy tale topics do not help progress any new understandings and serve selfish agendas instead with circular conversations about hot numbers. So the problem is not how to beat Roulette - but how to avoid false prophets/clowns along the way.-Falkor

Everything you've suggested has already been tested meticulously and in great detail. Even the dozens example covers everything you mention at a microcosm. -Falkor.


Falkor ain't dumB!
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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 07:51 PM 2018
Turbo it has nothing to do with ourway vs yours. TRY to understand. Its about fact vs fiction. You are the one who keeps bringing up our methods. They are irrelevant in this discussion.

If everyone just focused on testing, you'd be laughed off forums.

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 08:23 PM 2018
Turbo it has nothing to do with ourway vs yours. TRY to understand. Its about fact vs fiction. You are the one who keeps bringing up our methods. They are irrelevant in this discussion.

If everyone just focused on testing, you'd be laughed off forums.
Yes, you can test hot numbers, cold numbers whatever.
Carry on enjoy yourself.

If you are smart, don't waste your time. It won't work. Don't we all know that.

You can't be testing how Turbo plays when he has not revealed his method. How silly is that.
You will only be as clever and as stupid as the roulette "experts" on forum.

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 09:32 PM 2018
You can't be testing how Turbo plays when he has not revealed his method. How silly is that.

He claims to know it - but if he knew it, he would have no choice other than to back up what I say... which leaves us with... he doesn't know it.

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Re: Secrets. Share or don’t share
Jul 03, 10:46 PM 2018
You can't be testing how Turbo plays when he has not revealed his method. How silly is that.

Oh but he has revealed it.  :thumbsup:

 

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