Nobody is immune to ignorance. I dont say something doesn't work without proper understanding.

It doesn’t matter what you or any other AP/VB expert on here has to say about roulette being random & the only way to win is blah blah

Here's an example. The only way to win is by increasing the accuracy of predictions. I don't say AP is the only way to do that. i say there are other possible ways to do it, which aren't traditional AP.

I'll be more specific. Say someone says "the law of a third can work because you'll never see 37 unique numbers in 37 spins".

This is nonsense because.......

* Any sequence of spins is just as likely as another.

* The probability is at least some numbers will be repeats. Each number has 1 in 37 probability. If say the first number was 32. The probability is that there's a 1 in 37 chance it will be 32 on the next spin again. But if the next number is 35, then we have two unique numbers (32 & 35). So on the next spin, there's a 2/37 chance the next number will be a repeat. The more spins we have, the higher the chance there will be a repeat. This isnt because of some magical law. It's just basic probability.

* I and many others have tested extensively, and no matter what magical law you think exists, the probability with random spins hasn't changed. You're still stuck at 1 in 37 on the next spin. Turbo's nonsense about 2 is after 1, 3 is after 2 is pointless. Random means 1 in 37.

The problem with many members is they think these points is me being ignorant. Actually it's me understanding basic probability, while they don't understand it. Because they lack proper understanding, they find it easy to accuse me of being ignorant or biased.

Another example is how people think progression helps you win. It doesnt.

A player may think a progression like 1,2,4,8 etc helps. Sure you can get lucky and win big... OR lose all winnings and more. Such a progression appears connected, but all you have is this:

Spin 1: Bet 1 unit, with probability of winning 1/37

Spin 2: Bet 2 units, with probability of winning 1/37

Spin 3: Bet 4 units, with probability of winning 1/37

Spin 3: Bet 8 units, with probability of winning 1/37

None of it is complicated. In this case, progression hasn't helped. It has just increased the amount we risk.

Progression is useless, except it can help you reach your target profit sooner, if you already have an edge.

For example, in my public demo I win 93% of spins betting 15 numbers. This is with flat betting only. Because wins are so frequent, I could safely use progression to compound profits. The probabilities haven't changed (still same advantage).

**But because I have the edge, the long term result comes quicker. If you have a negative edge and use progression, you'll likely profit for a while, but then lose everything and more.** Anyway it has all been said before. It appears because most systems are much more complicated, the player doesn't understand they've just repackaged the same shit.