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buffalowizard

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Re: Not hard
Feb 06, 03:43 PM 2019
Probably doing this wrong, I havent added progressions as it's personal preference, but here is the one where I stuck to just 4 in a dozen.

36                           BET 36
36           WIN 36
20
20
17
29                      BET 29,36
12
28                      BET 28,29,36
0
36          WIN
23
35                     BET 28,29,35,36
27
4
30
16
27
7
27
5
17
36           WIN
21
26
16
16
25
0
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2
24
23
29                    WIN
32
8
25
19
14
4
--   --   --
0
35                   WIN
29                   WIN
11
22
27
28                   WIN
0
4
10
26
7
13
2
4
1
16
25
35                  WIN
24
15
12
29                  WIN (DROP 29 OFF) BET 28,35,36
33                  BET 33,36,28,35
15
--   --   --
33                  WIN
1
11
11
13
22
31
1
29
9
8
25
23
27
23
15
19
--   --   --
26
6
20
0
21
28                 WIN
2
5
4
19
6
18
34
33                 WIN
16
32

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Re: Not hard
Feb 06, 07:45 PM 2019

Buff; think there are enough winnings, so stop.
If you have to go on, next bet is 4; 1x’s – 2; R1’s – 1; R2 and 1; R3
Now your spins show #21 lands next. But let’s say #29 landed instead; it would bring an old number back, one that’s been dropped, making the next bet be still 4; 1x’s but now 3; R1’s – 1; R2 and 1; R3.
But with 784 profit I’d reset

For the general; i loved doing this piece of work. A number has to hit once to be able to hit twice; you know the rest, Goodnight.
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Re: Not hard
Feb 07, 08:32 AM 2019

Buff; think there are enough winnings, so stop.
If you have to go on, next bet is 4; 1x’s – 2; R1’s – 1; R2 and 1; R3
Now your spins show #21 lands next. But let’s say #29 landed instead; it would bring an old number back, one that’s been dropped, making the next bet be still 4; 1x’s but now 3; R1’s – 1; R2 and 1; R3.
But with 784 profit I’d reset

For the general; i loved doing this piece of work. A number has to hit once to be able to hit twice; you know the rest, Goodnight.
Thanks Notto. Yes I would've stopped on profit. Just couldn't work out the profits/losses. But you think sticking to 4 max is the best way for this?

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Re: Not hard
Feb 07, 08:44 AM 2019
Buff it's a floating 4 #'s for each group; 1x-R1-R2; you could go to say R8.

Who's to say not use last 6 in each group, i just chose 4. But what i like is the dropped comeback, like Turbs said, so you be on some, not all.

Buff why do you need to test for infinite spins; when you can win in 60 spins.
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Re: Not hard
Feb 07, 08:48 AM 2019
Buff it's a floating 4 #'s for each group; 1x-R1-R2; you could go to say R8.

Who's to say not use last 6 in each group, i just chose 4. But what i like is the dropped comeback, like Turbs said, so you be on some, not all.

Buff why do you need to test for infinite spins; when you can win in 60 spins.
Cos I wasn't working out the win amounts. Heck with a decent unit size, I'd quit at +10

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Re: Not hard
Feb 07, 08:49 AM 2019
Here are J247 spins for today.

So KTF made the 50 units, but you don’t have to use the 50 unit win target, you could take a lower win.

But what of the opening post.
I wouldn’t do this way like Turbo posted in an old topic. Was it 12 unique in X spins or something like that; where he said he likes to sit in his favourite seat, by the wheel and showed how he bet repeat in 1st dozen.
No better to bet for repeats like posted in riddles in various posts, even on G oof F orum .
You know the favourite quote the general always goes on about. A number has to hit once to be able to hit twice etc. etc.
So the j247 #’s today, +513 using the floating 4 in each group

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Re: Not hard
Feb 07, 08:53 AM 2019

Look at the winning #'s, whats going to hit in two more spins, it will have a 25 unit chip on. look further to the horizon #33
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Re: Not hard
Feb 07, 09:11 AM 2019
Let's look at that winning #31; it 1st showed at spin 2, no win, but now we give it a unit. Its next appearence is spin 15, again no win but it has now come back to the betting, it now has a 5unit chip and wins at spin 25, there's profit about 16 units, but now you up the unit to 25 and win on spin 31, it's voodoo.

Follow the #15 it wins at spin 24, and it's going to win on spin 33

Forget old general and his piss take about time machines, he's looking for wobbly wheels, sucker
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Re: Not hard
Feb 07, 09:58 AM 2019
See numbers have been dropped but they comeback

29 of the 37 have hit, what's the ratio in most cases 30/60; 30 non-hit in 60 spins. Take it, it just happens, no time machine. Just data from those time tables that include the generals star burst spins.

You can hear them coming

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Re: Not hard
Feb 08, 05:01 PM 2019
See what Clarkson is doing, Sshhhh

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Re: Not hard
Feb 08, 05:12 PM 2019
This to me explains Turbo's horse racing analogy perfectly. For example:

The finish line is a number hitting 6 times
We know the time frame in which it will happen (MAX 111 spins)
As we move closer to that point, we can be more and more confident that it's going to happen soon (positive progression)
Bet selection = numbers which have already hit 5 times (they are near the finish line)

Essentially, taking a known future event (in a known time frame) and narrowing down the bet selection to only the numbers that can fulfill that event.

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Re: Not hard
Feb 08, 06:05 PM 2019
This to me explains Turbo's horse racing analogy perfectly. For example:

The finish line is a number hitting 6 times
We know the time frame in which it will happen (MAX 111 spins)
As we move closer to that point, we can be more and more confident that it's going to happen soon (positive progression)
Bet selection = numbers which have already hit 5 times (they are near the finish line)

Essentially, taking a known future event (in a known time frame) and narrowing down the bet selection to only the numbers that can fulfill that event.

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I recall a forum member named Probasah talking about that here.

Basically after testing 1M RNG spins himself and looking at the data, he felt the grail was simply betting 4s into the first 5, or 5s into the first 6, via flatbetting, with a strategy that he didn't disclose.  He didn't say it specifically, it was implied basically.

And he didn't give any details about how to play, when to engage (if it's late or behind), if every session wins or just the majority win, etc.

He did say he couldn't use any progression due to risk, it was flatbetting only.

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Re: Not hard
Feb 08, 06:59 PM 2019
Mako how many repeat in 20 spins? Thats non-hit dealt with.

So why would he touch non-hit, next why bet hit once. Now R1's what would you stake and how many? will there be many R2 by 37th spin?
The second cycle; perhaps he would lower stakes with 74 spins to come. Now as R1's go R2, what stakes would you apply. Remember by 60th spin 30 non-hit are likely too have appeared and give 30 repeats, the question is by the end of the 2nd cycle are we starting to see the horse analogy appear. Are the favorite's appearing.
This 3rd cycle are you worrying about 1-hits or 2-hits, but maybe the 3hit are becoming 4 hit and with a strong field of contenders showing and the cycle nearing completion, can the prog: get aggressive, perhaps 4 hit are say 3 or 4 in total

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Re: Not hard
Feb 09, 10:52 AM 2019
This to me explains Turbo's horse racing analogy perfectly. For example:

The finish line is a number hitting 6 times
We know the time frame in which it will happen (MAX 111 spins)
As we move closer to that point, we can be more and more confident that it's going to happen soon (positive progression)
Bet selection = numbers which have already hit 5 times (they are near the finish line)

Essentially, taking a known future event (in a known time frame) and narrowing down the bet selection to only the numbers that can fulfill that event.

From Tesla on G oof  Forum

I recall a forum member named Probasah talking about that here.

Basically after testing 1M RNG spins himself and looking at the data, he felt the grail was simply betting 4s into the first 5, or 5s into the first 6, via flatbetting, with a strategy that he didn't disclose.  He didn't say it specifically, it was implied basically.

And he didn't give any details about how to play, when to engage (if it's late or behind), if every session wins or just the majority win, etc.

He did say he couldn't use any progression due to risk, it was flatbetting only.

So flat bet then.

Good day from R-sim race course.
Today we have a 3 circuit race, comprising of 37 runners.
We’re under starters orders; we’re off.
1st out the stalls is stall 15, followed by 27-9-28-11 now 28 has taken the lead.
We’ve still got 31 lengths to go. Number 28’s weight has gone up. The field stands at
15-27-9-28-11-28-5; another length completed and 28; is now pulling away. 15-27-9-28-11-28-5-28
Number 28’s weight goes up again. Another length completed and 22 has entered the field
15-27-9-28-11-28-5-28-22-13-27; we now see 27 is a mover, 28 is just out in front, we’re 11/37 completed, prize fund is now 89 units.
Should this race be re-started?
Pit boss says you might as well carry on; wringing his hands 15-27-9-28-11-28-5-28-22-13-27-16; 16 entered the field; pit boss say’s, you know you’ll win?
15-27-9-28-11-28-5-28-22-13-27-16-34-3-25-22; 16 lengths completed of this 3 circuit race; the 22 is moving up too join 27; but 28 is setting the pace.
15-27-9-28-11-28-5-28-22-13-27-16-34-3-25-22-26-9; that’s 18 lengths completed, half the circuit is done. Number 9 has moved up; out in front is 28 followed by 9-22 and 27; we’ve 13 runners on the field from the starting 37. Will standard be met today, will we see 24 runners on the field, some experts think it’s a one horse race; or just toO far to finish.
So, prize fund is now 63 units.
15-27-9-28-11-28-5-28-22-13-27-16-34-3-25-22-26-9-23 has joined the race.
15-27-9-28-11-28-5-28-22-13-27-16-34-3-25-22-26-9-23-31-4-26; 26 has made a move, but 28 is still a front runner, but is he slowing, prize fund is 21 units. Number 1 enters the field and these late starters are effecting the prize fund 3000 units is now 2999.

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Re: Not hard
Feb 09, 10:54 AM 2019
The commentator roars out number 23;                                                                                                         15-27-9-28-11-28-5-28-22-13-27-16-34-3-25-22-26-9-23-31-4-26-1-23 the prize fund at 24/37 stands 3012 units
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