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Hi Ignatus!

This is Fantastic!  :)

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Ignatuas - feedback brother!  ;)
 - Stop losses & MM skills def needed with this one as it tanks - starting off with 100 - I reached 800 each on the 4 spread  - * if you are proficient then when the bets do get larger you will feel and know whether to pull out or stay the course

- when it does go south, possibly look at a higher entry point/bet and subsequent bets - *this ones good for strategically hitting 5-10- 30% of bank roll and walking (all perspective with your BR size)

Ignore 'let me win' he must have been having an off day
-*plenty on here enjoy your contributions - yeah good on 'Mako' - very learned response that  :thumbsup:

 - on the flip side Ignatus
- *extrapolate (look outside the circle) - perhaps 'let me win' was giving you something worthwhile *take another look

- when they shut you out - often they also give you a way in - there is always something great in moments as such

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Ignatuas - feedback brother!  ;)
 - Stop losses & MM skills def needed with this one as it tanks - starting off with 100 - I reached 800 each on the 4 spread  - * if you are proficient then when the bets do get larger you will feel and know whether to pull out or stay the course

- when it does go south, possibly look at a higher entry point/bet and subsequent bets - *this ones good for strategically hitting 5-10- 30% of bank roll and walking (all perspective with your BR size)

Ignore 'let me win' he must have been having an off day
-*plenty on here enjoy your contributions - yeah good on 'Mako' - very learned response that  :thumbsup:

 - on the flip side Ignatus
- *extrapolate (look outside the circle) - perhaps 'let me win' was giving you something worthwhile *take another look

- when they shut you out - often they also give you a way in - there is always something great in moments as such

Nice Katalyst, I haven't gotten to testing this yet, looking forward to it.

I'm still doing runs of Iggy's "Triple X" from a couple weeks ago, which actually is quite impressive in how well it works (low variance due to it being a 3 number bet basically, you can dance between the raindrops for a long time before losing).

Regardless, these types of systems all stimulate thoughts about the game by those who test or goof around with them, it doesn't matter if they perform or not...and that's the point.  Good work Ignatus.  :thumbsup:


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When?

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RouletteGhost

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Any update here or have we already moved on
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

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Steve

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What most members need is a user friendly version of rx to more easily automatically test systems. Rx requires you to learn its language which is beyond most users

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What most members need is a user friendly version of rx to more easily automatically test systems. Rx requires you to learn its language which is beyond most users

Most my systems are very easy to code, "IF A hits bet B" etc, problems arise when some kind of memory of bets are required, (i haven't learned that yet)...but coding RX is not that diffucult, i'd say..
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Joe

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Ignatus, but most of the systems you create aren't coded? Normally you say something like "still testing" or "doing great so far...", which I guess means the system isn't coded otherwise you wouldn't bother to post the system rules at all. No point in posting a system and then saying "it doesn't work"  ;D  And if it did work you probably wouldn't post it either. ;-).

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What most members need is a user friendly version of rx to more easily automatically test systems. Rx requires you to learn its language which is beyond most users

Ya, I thought of coding an app which gives you a bunch of checkboxes and radio buttons, fields etc etc so that a user could put together system rules without having to do any coding. It wouldn't be too hard to do but you would still be quite limited in the kinds of systems you could create. Only a programming language gives you the ultimate flexibility.

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I’ve used rx before

I just stopped using it

Not too hard to use

Just intimidating for non technical people

Joe, you could easily make a user friendly one and sell it for a $20 a download lol.
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

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Ya, I thought of coding an app which gives you a bunch of checkboxes and radio buttons, fields etc etc so that a user could put together system rules without having to do any coding. It wouldn't be too hard to do but you would still be quite limited in the kinds of systems you could create. Only a programming language gives you the ultimate flexibility.

It sounds like a noble venture.  It probably would benefit many of the newer guys, but what you'll inevitably run into is that some of the older system players will insist that your program has a bug in it because their system doesn't win when they test it.  Steve encounters this on the MPR on a regular basis. 
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Steve encounters this on the MPR on a regular basis.

Real casinos are especially buggy. Or they must use magnets. It happened to me in the early days. I was walking back to the cashier with winnings from my dozens system. Then I saw a long streaks of reds on another table. I of course had to bet black. But nope, red again. The same happened for a few more spins and I lost all my winnings.

And when I had no money left, black won.

So there, conclusive proof the casino cheats. That's the real reason they have cameras. They're watching and ready to press the magnet buttons.

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Real casinos are especially buggy. Or they must use magnets. It happened to me in the early days. I was walking back to the cashier with winnings from my dozens system. Then I saw a long streaks of reds on another table. I of course had to bet black. But nope, red again. The same happened for a few more spins and I lost all my winnings.

And when I had no money left, black won.

So there, conclusive proof the casino cheats. That's the real reason they have cameras. They're watching and ready to press the magnet buttons.
Can you provide proof this has never happened ?
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I'm sure it has happened. But I seriously doubt in a properly regulated and legal casino - the casino owner would risk massive fines and other serious consequences. The casino already has the edge. They don't need to cheat further.

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I'm sure it has happened. But I seriously doubt in a properly regulated and legal casino - the casino owner would risk massive fines and other serious consequences. The casino already has the edge. They don't need to cheat further.
Banning legitimate players that win regularly is cheating

I can't see why they won't cheat in a corrupt environment
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