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plolp

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I do not regret my rising, especially since it is not exaggerated.

But I should not have played so many numbers.
I played 4 fields at the same time it was a mistake.

For the diversion I admit not to understand.

Note that for the last 85 games, only 2 have used a rising.
for the second game, I used tokens of 2.

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It’s been a while since I have posted, I’ve been busy testing ideas. I’ll be ready to share some results soon.

I set up an account on RS to begin testing and I noticed Plolp’s profile.  I’m curious, how do the maths guys explain Plolp’s chart? It’s been increasing steadily for the past three months. When can we expect to see the -2.7% house edge kick in? Three months from now? One year….? Eighteen months?

The chart should have some peaks and troughs, shouldn’t it? instead it’s a slow, steady rise. It’s difficult to see it suddenly come crashing down. Any thoughts?

System players like me look at Plolps chart and it reinforces the belief that with a solid system, and a sensible bank-roll, results like this should be achievable. Any thoughts? It would be great to hear from the maths guys.

Thanks



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You won’t have to wait long Jono for Saint and his gang to come and give the old blah blah; 1/37 cause and effect.
You know it’s always the same, but plolp is doing a great job
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Nah why would we do that?

Looks like the HG. Winning play money is no different to real money. Restart your bankroll as many times as you like. I don't think anyone has won a few thousand dollars with a losing system. It must be the HG. Notto knows what he's talking about.

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You won’t have to wait long Jono for Saint and his gang to come and give the old blah blah; 1/37 cause and effect.
You know it’s always the same, but plolp is doing a great job

Good work Notto! Flying the flag for the system players as usual! :)

Restart your bankroll as many times as you like.

It looks like Plolp has zero resets.... I'm aware of the maths behind roulette, so does that mean Plolp's results are an anomaly?  If this is true, then everything should come crashing down sooner or later.

It will be interesting to see how long he can keep it going.  Let's keep following.....

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Good work Notto! Flying the flag for the system players as usual!

Yes, fly the flag for people who dont understand basic math. Go team.

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Saint Steve! You are definitely the casino expert. You have an answer for every game that can be played.
So you come in the category of a little knowledge is dangerous. You like to think all who listen to you must be thinking, that Saint he knows everything. Then those who see through you know you; what does one of your disciples say, you can’t win dirt.   
Saint; your beloved chant the 1/37; yes the 1/37 produces a certain amount of non-hits from the starting 37 and as long as you know this then you are one step near to winning.
It’s just 0x v 1x; then 0x v 1x+>1x and that’s what the 1/37 does. All day and every day!
All members need to do is collect there spins and then they’ll see what the 1/37 is all about; they don’t even need that phone you keep plugging.
Good luck, you need it.
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Yes, fly the flag for people who dont understand basic math. Go team.
He’s bloody funny though and is always happy to help.

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does that mean Plolp's results are an anomaly?  If this is true, then everything should come crashing down sooner or later.

Hi Jono,
as Plolp is playing almost all games without progression but masse egale his results tend to be an anomaly.
Betting masse egale we could calculate the mean bankroll after lets say 10000, 20000 ..., etc spins.
Would be interesting to calculate to see how many STD's (standard deviations) above mean plolp's results now is.
With this I could calculate the probability to be with the bankroll in the range where he is now.
A simulation would be faster.
Short: Until now we see an amazing anomaly.
Greets

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Hi Jono,
as Plolp is playing almost all games without progression but masse egale his results tend to be an anomaly.
Betting masse egale we could calculate the mean bankroll after lets say 10000, 20000 ..., etc spins.
Would be interesting to calculate to see how many STD's (standard deviations) above mean plolp's results now is.
With this I could calculate the probability to be with the bankroll in the range where he is now.
A simulation would be faster.
Short: Until now we see an amazing anomaly.
Greets

Hi Herby - I didn’t realise he was playing mostly without progression. That makes the results even more impressive.

It gives inspiration to us system players!

Back to  testing.... almost done!

Cheers Herby

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Look 70*1/37 and only 2 of the starting 37 left. 0x's V 1x's; 0x's v 1x's+>1x

That's all you need to study

Even Turbo wins
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The General can eat with these spins; the KTF or as the idiot calls it the KFC; +64 at spin 20.
So the 1/37 gives 17 non-hits over spins 11-40; so +2 on the average 15. NOT BAD SAINT FOR SOMEONE YOU CALL THICK.
The Generals un-readable; “TROT” in blue. You want to know more look at the non-hit time tables.
Away to play for repeats; bet 4 R1’s after spin 20 or when there’s 4 R1’s like here, spin 22. Win; spin 29, +106. Only thing I’d suggest is not play more than 8; don’t Turbo say too drop some?
So there you have 70 spins and only 2 non-hit’s to find.
Over to you Saint or better still another idiot disciple roulette bleater.
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Even a couple of misplaced bets, but old Downtown matrix works.
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The General can eat with these spins; the KTF or as the idiot calls it the KFC; +64 at spin 20.
So the 1/37 gives 17 non-hits over spins 11-40; so +2 on the average 15. NOT BAD SAINT FOR SOMEONE YOU CALL THICK.
The Generals un-readable; “TROT” in blue. You want to know more look at the non-hit time tables.
Away to play for repeats; bet 4 R1’s after spin 20 or when there’s 4 R1’s like here, spin 22. Win; spin 29, +106. Only thing I’d suggest is not play more than 8; don’t Turbo say too drop some?
So there you have 70 spins and only 2 non-hit’s to find.
Over to you Saint or better still another idiot disciple roulette bleater.

All looks good to me Notto.  I was testing this a lot a few months ago.  I will get back to it eventually.

Like you I have been playing around with even money. I’ll share results soon. Cheers  Notto

 

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