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Tekunda

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Pattern Breaker Reloaded 2
Dec 01, 10:21 AM 2018
Since my first test of Pattern Breaker came to a halt - it took far too long for one pattern to appear (5 games took 3 and more hours), I was planning to repeat another test, but this time tracking all three chances (R/B, O/E, HI/LO).
But I am running into a problem here how to set up this game:
I will start tracking all three chances and eventually one chance gets ready for wager.
But what will happen when another chance comes up, while I still play the first chance?
Or how do I play if all three chances would come up in fast succession? (with roulette everything is possible)
It is possible I end up playing all three chances at the same time, while trying not to get confused with the different levels of the progression of each game.
And if worst comes to worst I end up playing 2 or 3 chances at the same time and I loose each progression?
If this happens, I would have to make up for 3x7 units while only winning one unit per game.
But if I stop tracking the other two chances as soon as one chance is ready for gamble and start tracking anew once I finished my game  I have not gained anything time wise.
Well, maybe a bit if one chance comes up very early, but not much over the long run.
What shall I do?
It seems this Pattern Tracker demands many hours of playing time no matter which version I play.

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Re: Pattern Breaker Reloaded 2
Dec 01, 11:00 AM 2018
Did you give up NLE by bleep?
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Tekunda

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Re: Pattern Breaker Reloaded 2
Dec 01, 12:14 PM 2018
Did you give up NLE by bleep?
I admit I haven't tried it yet.
Since Bleep wrote  a while back that he has stopped playing NLE, I assumed that he found out it is not profitable,so I didn't want to waste my time only to come to the same conclusions.
Why would he stop playing a profitable system otherwise?

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Re: Pattern Breaker Reloaded 2
Dec 01, 01:15 PM 2018
Tekunda, save yourself some time and abandon it. 

I tested this last year every way under the sun, with every possible trigger, in every possible way, over thousands of triggers...and it returned exactly (and I mean exactly to the second decimal point) the expected ROI based on the house edge of -2.7%.

It didn't matter if you used a 2, 3, or 4-step progression, it didn't matter what that progression was, none of it affected the results over long term play using actual spins on a Euro wheel.

Out of the thousands of people who followed the various PB threads over the years on multiple boards, only a few still play it...one of which is our own sharp Drsodoku.  And he uses a few wrinkles that are slightly different, he might be the resource that can help you, but even he doesn't consider it anything other than a quick hit and run that you bail out on early, and definitely not a grail.

John Legend was just lucky.  And that sounds implausible for how long he's played it, but the old "30 people walk into a casino to play PB: 10 will wind up winning forever, 10 will lose at house edge, and 10 will lose far beyond house edge" line applies.  :thumbsup:

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Re: Pattern Breaker Reloaded 2
Dec 02, 05:28 PM 2018
I played 250 shoes with Ellis and it got the same type or result in Baccarat we won 50 percent of the time it makes sense but with a wrinkle we got off the shoe if we lost three units and played later in the day or just went to a another shoe.
Now the good news is we averaged 3 units won per shoe over 250 shoes at Betphoenix.
Again I say averaged 3 units per shoe over 250 shoes.

That is the expected math I guess and by the way we were flat betting.
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