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ignatus

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Variance Alliance,...this is not new, it´s an old one, but that wasn´t tested enough. I believe it has good hitrate/winrate,..it´s also based on "Variance" but this time on Wheel-sectors. 5+5 Sectors bet.

So, For Live-Wheels only.

Procedure; It´s a 2 triggers system (you don´t bet every spin) Wait until one Half of the wheel has been hit (3) times in a row. Now, when the opposite side hit 1 time (and any one of the 3 sectors of five on that opposite side Hit, you BET the 2 remaning Unhit Sectors on that same side)

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(Leftside, call it Side A; numbers 1,22,12+ it´s 2 neigbours) 5+5+5 Sectors
(Rightside, call it Side B; numbers 4,34,11+ it´s 2 neighbours) 5+5+5 Sectors

So for an example Let´s say side A hit 3 times, ...now Side B hit 1 time and Sector 4(+neigbours) has been hit. NOW you bet Sector 34 & 11+Neigbours. (5+5 Sectors bet).

Progression Any you like, (i use a simple 1,1,1,2,2,4,4,8,8,16,16 etc)...

Test1. Livespins (5u bets)


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"Focus on predicting wheel sectors where the ball is expected to land" ~Steve

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Ignatus I enjoy your systems.  :thumbsup:

btw are there updates on your past ones?

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Ignatus I enjoy your systems.  :thumbsup:

btw are there updates on your past ones?

Thanks proof, no, this one has been posted before. 
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"Focus on predicting wheel sectors where the ball is expected to land" ~Steve

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Ignatus I enjoy your systems.  :thumbsup:

btw are there updates on your past ones?

Would you care to explain why you find them enjoyable?

Personally I find them all to be exactly the same in so much as they are all based on if x then do y followed by a lengthy negative progression.

It's depressing that someone could play roulette for over a decade and still not have moved on.

Nothing enjoyable about it at all from where I'm sitting.

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How long have you been playing? Will you ever “move on?” Give me a break. You wouldn’t be here if you didn’t think you could get an edge. Let him do his thing. I’ve learned my own techniques and adapted methods from him.

When you figure out how to take the casinos to the bank, please let us all know. Maybe your seat will get a bit more enjoyable.

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Would you care to explain why you find them enjoyable?-LMW

Every bettor has a betting style.  Different styles yield ideas.  Who knows.

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How long have you been playing? Will you ever “move on?” Give me a break. You wouldn’t be here if you didn’t think you could get an edge. Let him do his thing. I’ve learned my own techniques and adapted methods from him.

When you figure out how to take the casinos to the bank, please let us all know. Maybe your seat will get a bit more enjoyable.

Well said I like ignatus ..and he keeps trying..

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Why are the lowest forms of intelligence on earth attracted to roulette?

I'm interested in number theory, probability, statistics, quantum randomness and you're interested in negative progressions?

You're talking complete nonsense and essentially to be blunt low ability people such as yourself do not possess the skills needed to recognize your own incompetence. 

It's called the Dunning–Kruger effect.
Remember it and look it up.

You are a litterly perfect example.

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6th-sense

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Why are the lowest forms of intelligence on earth attracted to roulette?

I'm interested in number theory, probability, statistics, quantum randomness and you're interested in negative progressions?

You're talking complete nonsense and essentially to be blunt low ability people such as yourself do not possess the skills needed to recognize your own incompetence. 

It's called the Dunning–Kruger effect.
Remember it and look it up.

You are a litterly perfect example.

yet you are here?

i like the dude...sounds like you should be on a stephen hawking forum

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I should prefer to be on the Leonard Susskind forum as he proved Stephen Hawking was wrong :)

 

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