0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

*

The General

  • 1500+ posts member!
  • *****
  • 1977
  • The gambler's fallacy is alive and well.
  • Rated: +116
Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 08, 06:49 PM 2018
Unicorns aren't real, but the house edge is.
Basic probability and The General are your friend.
(Now hiring minions, apply within.)

*

Bigbroben

  • 1000+ posts member!
  • *****
  • 1384
  • Member
  • Rated: +125
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 08, 07:06 PM 2018
Mmmhh...
My shadow looks like a unicorn when I wake up then stand up in the morning.  Get it?

Too bad those sweet dreams weren't true.
Life is hard, and then you die.
Mes pensées sont le dernier retranchement de ma liberté.

*

Turner

  • 3000+ Posts Member !!!
  • *****
  • 3855
  • Rated: +200
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 08, 07:14 PM 2018
Unicorns aren't real

But the fact no one is listening is real.

3 days without you posting and look whats happened. 10 old topics carry on with members discussing systems and methods.

Not 1 topics with new disciples all discussing AP.

What a waste of your time.

You go to a class to listen to a teacher or you buy a book and read it. When they knock on your door without asking they are a Jehova's Witness


*

Bigbroben

  • 1000+ posts member!
  • *****
  • 1384
  • Member
  • Rated: +125
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 08, 07:25 PM 2018
There must very few AP players roaming on forums, maybe also in casinos.  They probably discuss one with another privately instead of openly discussing strategies.  Good tips aren't free, I guess.

It actually is entertaining  to read different topics and ideas, EVEN IF they don't change odds.  Guess some are less suicidal than others.

Back to title: some medieval paintings depicted strange creatures.  Did they exist?
Life is hard, and then you die.
Mes pensées sont le dernier retranchement de ma liberté.

wiggy

  • 250+ posts Member
  • ****
  • 355
  • Roulette Forum .cc | Member
  • Rated: +47
"You can lead a human to intelligence, but you can't make him think''

*

RouletteGhost

  • 3000+ Posts Member !!!
  • *****
  • 8270
  • When that perfect hand comes along, take the house
  • Rated: +289
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 08, 08:14 PM 2018
Wise words from a “pro”

There is a houses edge! Wow!

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

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

*

Taotie

  • 500+ posts Member
  • *****
  • 628
  • Roulette Forum .cc | Member
  • Rated: +49
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 08, 08:28 PM 2018
Unicorns aren't real, but the house edge is.

...and you're a real pain in the arse. :thumbsup:

*

Bigbroben

  • 1000+ posts member!
  • *****
  • 1384
  • Member
  • Rated: +125
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 08, 08:54 PM 2018
Unicorns aren't real, but the house edge is.

This unicorn is living on the edge:

Life is hard, and then you die.
Mes pensées sont le dernier retranchement de ma liberté.

*

The General

  • 1500+ posts member!
  • *****
  • 1977
  • The gambler's fallacy is alive and well.
  • Rated: +116
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 08, 08:56 PM 2018
What are you going to do to overcome the house advantage?
Basic probability and The General are your friend.
(Now hiring minions, apply within.)

*

RouletteGhost

  • 3000+ Posts Member !!!
  • *****
  • 8270
  • When that perfect hand comes along, take the house
  • Rated: +289
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 08, 09:03 PM 2018
Gonna find a wobbly wheel and play mental physics

I will then win due to luck and variance and call myself a pro
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

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

MoneyT101

  • 500+ posts Member
  • *****
  • 576
  • Roulette Forum .cc | Member
  • Rated: +58
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 08, 11:16 PM 2018
What are you going to do to overcome the house advantage?
The forum takes 1 step forward and then 3 steps back. But to answer your question....

1.Win before the House has an edge
2. You can also end the session affected by the House edge and let it finish.  Then start again.

If your house edge Issue is only the uneven payout.  Then it’s not really a problem!

The actual problem is the fact that if you continue to play the losses pile up and build a hole for you.  So picking more winners or finding a way to make the losers not affect you is the real problem for a player.  NOT THE HOUSE EDGE!

I’m not claiming to be an expert; far from it.  This is just my personal opinion based on studying alternatives of how to beat this monster.
Simple once you get it!  Chased all the pigeons away and they were already in their hole

*

Taotie

  • 500+ posts Member
  • *****
  • 628
  • Roulette Forum .cc | Member
  • Rated: +49
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 09, 01:20 AM 2018
What are you going to do to overcome the house advantage?

I'm going to employ my Unicorn System.

The system works by using my own fantasy number stream then playing repeaters before they happen.

 I call it the unicorn trot gallop.

*

Steve

  • Administrator
  • *****
  • 5822
  • Top Bloke
  • Rated: +395
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 09, 01:57 AM 2018
Nobody should care about anyone's willful ignorance. For me the problem with bullshit is it misleads people who actually want to learn. And i particularly don't like blatant liars on my forum. I don't want to aid them. Id prefer truth to be known.

Let's face it. All forums are loaded with clueless people. Few members have solid knowledge.

Ultimately everyone is responsible for their own knowledge. Let willfully ignorant people stay that way. People who want to learn will learn.

*

Turner

  • 3000+ Posts Member !!!
  • *****
  • 3855
  • Rated: +200
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 09, 02:33 AM 2018
Steve
I think people wanted to listen to you at one point because you can put things in a constructive way but for all your insight and experience you made a big mistake endorsing a bitter, agenda ridden narcissist like Caleb
A proffessional troll.
He couldnt care less about anyone who hasnt got Proffesor or Dr.  infront of their name.
Hes comfy as f*** now he has been promoted. Firstime in his sad career in forums
You may keep him here because you agree with him but you are unfortunatly endorsing the whole package by doing so...which has clearly damaged peoples view of what you say.
I wish you saw that because I like you.

*

Steve

  • Administrator
  • *****
  • 5822
  • Top Bloke
  • Rated: +395
Re: Unicorns Aren't Real
Oct 09, 03:51 AM 2018
Calebs approach is often poor. I explained why hes allowed. Basically the majority of discussions and systems are so incredibly incorrect, and ignorance is so rampant, that his presence, while annoying to many, is actually beneficial and productive. Thats how bad the knowledge on forums is.... someone widely considered a troll is beneficial.

Look at it this way.. sometimes people are so blind, you can't be nice and say "excuse me but flat earth arguments are dead wrong". At some point you need to slap them.

Where i don't agree with caleb is at some point you have to let people be ignorant. I too get carried away with it, but not to his level. Thats because the lack of basic knowledge drives me insane, like youve got to be kidding, the facts and verification are in your face.

People often perceive him incorrectly too. No doubt hes an ass sometimes. Keep in mind he doesn't start that way. He starts with basic facts, and gets attacked. Thats when he becomes an ass. Probably partly for ego, partly for gratification, partly to genuinely help.

The forum is like real life in the sense you'll find people you don't like. But you can just ignore them. If anyone is incapable of that, they'll find real life far more difficult.

And if he constantly butts in on discussions where he isn't wanted, let me know and i'll ask him to start his own thread, or irritated members to post in the system players forum.

I understand my decision is unpopular. But again in my judgment, if he maintains balanced behavior, he'll bring more good than bad. How he behaves at other forums is not my concern.

 

Visit GamblersForum.com - For discussions about other casino games.

Blackjack Forum: Card counting and professional strategies

Poker Forum: learn from the best poker players

Video Poker Forum: maximize chances of winning

Baccarat Forum: the popular and simple card game

Craps Forum: strategies and the viability of dice control

Slots Forum: Learn the legitimate ways of beating slots

Sports Betting Forum: the most widespread gambling

Horse & Dog Racing Forum: the thrill of racing

Keno & Lottery Forum: discuss potentially new strategies