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Ross

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Steve - If someone came up with a system which satisfied your requirements
what would you do with it? 
Eighty- three and counting.  Is age an excuse?

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Moxy

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Steve - If someone came up with a system which satisfied your requirements
what would you do with it?

Steve is a shrewd, successful, highly motivated business man.  Your non-exclusive agreement for 100k from him would not apply to him if he were to ever turn around and look for a buyer's market with a potential exclusive agreement in contrast.

This is all hypotheticals.

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Steve

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I've said it many times now. I'd use it myself, and if safe to do so, code it into software so others could use it in a profit-sharing arrangement. Just as I've done with my remote hybrid roulette computer.

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Steve, in regards to the system you were winning with for a year before it failed, were you using a progression?
precognition is real. Good luck!

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Steve

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Yes it was a basic progression, with reset when progression reached the limit. There were a few variations of it, especially when it started losing.

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Yes it was a basic progression, with reset when progression reached the limit. There were a few variations of it, especially when it started losing.

That makes sense, variance always catches up when you use progression.
precognition is real. Good luck!


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