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gizmotron2

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You call yourself a programmer who can't even program a basic function.

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  put fukAzimInTheButt  creamyThis into calledForRemark
  answer calledForRemark
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function fukAzimInTheButt jerkSpotHere stupidFuk
  put bendOverAndTakeIt idiotJuice into zapCheeks
  put (zapCheeks * 100) into zapCheeksMore
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There is a basic function in X-Talk.
   
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Giz, I am sorry if I was wrong about you before. I don't know if you are telling the truth or not. No one should judge you before genuinely trying to learn and apply your method to randomness. I just couldn't get over the math. I mean why would there not be the same probability of the opposite happening no matter where you bet? I know this logic could be flawed. Also, the opposite logic could be flawed: following trends and patterns could give you an edge. If you have truly won like you said you have over the years, then obviously you have a winning method.

If you are genuine, Azim is clearly in the wrong. Who cares if there are a few bugs in the software; you are getting a holy grail for free for crying out loud!?

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He's a math oriented "true believer" with an ax to grind. He's going to protect the diverse world of statistical inference and absolutism. He is the reason that it went from mathBoyz to mathNazi's. I used this forum to bring out his finest quality. He's the very definition of "Spandex Boy." He has his shiny jump suit and a cape.  He is so hooked, (triggered) that he can't let go. You get these personality types on forums. He's here to save you.

I dont think he is a mathnazi. Why? Because he is into GUT. A method from Winkel. Also hated by mathnazi.

It's funny how some people hate so much on eachother without even knowing what the other person does.

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I dont think he is a mathnazi. Why? Because he is into GUT. A method from Winkel. Also hated by mathnazi.

It's funny how some people hate so much on eachother without even knowing what the other person does.
I remember when GUT first came out. I tried to suggest the Effectiveness States to  Winkel and he rejected it. So I left that discussion without putting it or anyone down. I had explained the Effectiveness States on Gambler's Glen many many years before that. Without that layer of ES you can't make trends or patterns work. John Patrick tried to say trends work but he never turned it into a science or skill set. He never did an extensive description of trend and pattern characteristics. I never bothered to research GUT because it lacked primary qualities needed in order for it to work. The same goes for Kimo Li and when he moved up to his secret trends philosophy. He started with magical sectors to sell his first book. My favorite of all time was telling his readers that the wheel was doing a Himi. It was just giving unique names to useless coincidences. Years later he started down the road of coincidental randomness. It's all there. I don't know, was there secret knowledge kept back at a price for GUT? I charged two people to learn this latest version of RR. I did it to get a motivated student. That student logged on and did practice for two hours every day for two whole months. That student went from below 2.33 to 1 to 4.66 to 1 for an aggregate 2 to 1 win to loss ratio where 1 to 1 would be an achievement.  I then waited at least a year for him to use it. Then I was convinced that showing everything and holding back nothing would be OK in the gambling world. So I shared it all openly and provided the software to support it also. It's out there for free. There are no secret upper layers to pay for. All it takes is perseverance and a lot of practice. And this clown wants tp save the world from what he thinks is fake information. Geez.
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Who cares if there are a few bugs in the software; you are getting a holy grail for free for crying out loud!?

It's only an HG if enough people take the time it takes to gain the skill. That skill requires a person to act with pragmatic agility formed from practical experience. The software is provided in order to learn and gain experience without getting killed off at a live or online casino. And I say clearly that nobody should use this until they have hundreds of hours or more of real practice.

You can't know the nature of randomness and rapid changes until you expose yourself to it.  So It's in my signature at the place where it is all explained: "My edge is a large enough number of people doing this and producing win to loss results that are demonstrably beyond the possibility of inaccuracy."  My goal is to shut down the mathBoyz. There are experts at this now. I went public with all this in July last year.
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I mean why would there not be the same probability of the opposite happening no matter where you bet?

There is the same probability, in fact it is more likely to lose on each spin with an EC bet. That part of the math is always correct in the long run. But if it happened every time you would know exactly where to bet in order to win. That same math has no control over the amount that you bet. I bet nothing in my practice software, a virtual bet, or I bet the monetized value bet when I think I have identified an opportunity. The math is always right in the long run. I will lose the required amount of bets in the long run of a session. I just won't lose the swarms of funded bets that it takes to give the full data set for consideration of the win to loss ratio that confirms mathematical expectation.  You can lose an unfunded bet and it will not decrease your bankroll. So it becomes a skill of having good timing. At first they tried to tell everyone that you can't know when you are in a win streak. But I reminded them that for some crazy reason all the pit bosses could tell when you were in a win streak.

So it just goes on like that. First it's one thing that is supposed to be the death-nail for RR and then another. Right now it's I suck at programming.  The world is a very funny place. FYI all that crap goes far away and does not even exist when you are up on a big wall in Yosemite. The concerns of ego and hurt feelings are irrelevant when you go to the extremes. I cut my teeth on the execution of skills. Doing things with real life and death consequences adds to your character development. I don't get rattled when changes occur to randomness during a gambling session. I can't teach that. But I did give the world a chance to see this. It's my first ascent in statistical logic. I'm just using peer reviewed large numbers to run my validation experiment. The math wizards can explain it all after the fact. A person should know what is important enough to waste their brain cells on. I knew I would never solve a fantastic new idea in mathematics. So I just set out to program people instead.  It's working too. Einstein came up with the math first but it took astronomers to prove that space is curved around a gravity well. I came up with RR first and the math to explain it all will come later.  This crap about the casino always winning because of the "House's Edge" is in fact a lie used so that you will give yourself permission to lose. I have already demonstrated that that belief is in fact a fallacy. If you recall the discussion on corporate yearly earnings reports you will know what I mean. It's all crumbling before your eyes. Old axioms and beliefs are coming into question and will not withstand further scrutiny. It's always that way. People don't question beliefs until they come under investigation. RR will force that investigation.
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Giz, do you worry at all about charting the results at a roulette table or do you learn to use your method without having to chart/write down and analyze results with pen and paper at the table? I think I would be worried about doing this because you would look like a professional player, and the casinos might ban you. Should I worry about this? Maybe I shouldn't since everyone thinks you can't beat roulette using such methods anyway. I don't even know if the casinos would ban a professional roulette player that isn't using an electronic device or cheating in some way. Would they?

Also, do you travel from casino to casino to avoid being banned by winning at the same casino? Do you put limits on your wins to avoid being ID'd or banned?

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Giz, do you worry at all about charting the results at a roulette table or do you learn to use your method without having to chart/write down and analyze results with pen and paper at the table? I think I would be worried about doing this because you would look like a professional player, and the casinos might ban you. Should I worry about this? Maybe I shouldn't since everyone thinks you can't beat roulette using such methods anyway. I don't even know if the casinos would ban a professional roulette player that isn't using an electronic device or cheating in some way. Would they?

Also, do you travel from casino to casino to avoid being banned by winning at the same casino? Do you put limits on your wins to avoid being ID'd or banned?
Good questions. The casinos believe their own mystique regarding the mathematical edge.  So any time they see anyone charting past spins they think that person is a sucker. You need to be sheared like a sheep just for walking in the door. So they actually try to make it as painless as possible. So I do move around and only try to hit that same casino once or at most twice a month. To them it is just luck. I use to see this same player come into the same casino and just take a few wins and leave every day. The dealer actually said to him are you here to win your lunch again. They knew each other and the guy would leave real quick each day. It looked like he always won too. He just knew how to gamble and leave while he was ahead. Anyway, it was Lake Tahoe outside.

Some casinos don't allow you to put the index cards on the table so I learned to fill them out in my hand. I expect to play from 50 to 150 spins per session. So all my index cards are all pre-formatted. All I do is make minimum bets, chart my guesses and mark the cards as virtual until I attack the opportunities. With only 3 net wins at question I'm gone many times before they know I sheared them. You can bet up to $5 for each number bet on and they won't even care at all. That is small potatoes. $270 per day and the rest of the day off is good for a retirement income for an RVer.  And then there are comps on the side too.  It all comes down to knowing what enough is enough is all about. Three net wins at $1 chips times 18 numbers comes to $54 per session.  The casinos don't care if you take small change off of them. They believe that you are just good at exploiting luck and that you get up when you are ahead a lot.
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Good questions. The casinos believe their own mystique regarding the mathematical edge.  So any time they see anyone charting past spins they think that person is a sucker. You need to be sheared like a sheep just for walking in the door. So they actually try to make it as painless as possible. So I do move around and only try to hit that same casino once or at most twice a month. To them it is just luck. I use to see this same player come into the same casino and just take a few wins and leave every day. The dealer actually said to him are you here to win your lunch again. They knew each other and the guy would leave real quick each day. It looked like he always won too. He just knew how to gamble and leave while he was ahead. Anyway, it was Lake Tahoe outside.

Some casinos don't allow you to put the index cards on the table so I learned to fill them out in my hand. I expect to play from 50 to 150 spins per session. So all my index cards are all pre-formatted. All I do is make minimum bets, chart my guesses and mark the cards as virtual until I attack the opportunities. With only 3 net wins at question I'm gone many times before they know I sheared them. You can bet up to $5 for each number bet on and they won't even care at all. That is small potatoes. $270 per day and the rest of the day off is good for a retirement income for an RVer.  And then there are comps on the side too.  It all comes down to knowing what enough is enough is all about. Three net wins at $1 chips times 18 numbers comes to $54 per session.  The casinos don't care if you take small change off of them. They believe that you are just good at exploiting luck and that you get up when you are ahead a lot.

Following the trend is an age old go-to.  Majority will always be chasing tails.  A select few may not even know how accurate they are.  But the variables are infinite that you will never be able to code it.  It's never completely mechanical.  It's for sure always dynamic (guessing).

A tad too much verbiage for my taste.   It is a prediction.  Make no mistake. Depends how accurate that prediction is.  For near almost everyone that accuracy is 50/50.  For a select few, it's better, believe it or not.  You can chalk it up to precognition, intuition, luck, skill, etc.  Not everyone is the same.

I like a challenge of just chasing trends - no more, no less.  The perfect qualifier.  I'll be acting as the control.  You are the test subject.  What say you?






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Following the trend is an age old go-to.  Majority will always be chasing tails.  A select few may not even know how accurate they are.  But the variables are infinite that you will never be able to code it.  It's never completely mechanical.  It's for sure always dynamic (guessing).

A tad too much verbiage for my taste.   It is a prediction.  Make no mistake. Depends how accurate that prediction is.  For near almost everyone that accuracy is 50/50.  For a select few, it's better, believe it or not.  You can chalk it up to precognition, intuition, luck, skill, etc.  Not everyone is the same.

I like a challenge of just chasing trends - no more, no less.  The perfect qualifier.  I'll be acting as the control.  You are the test subject.  What say you?


I already did randomness characteristic recognition with a computer. You just make the computer do what your brain does so easily. I tell the computer to see singles on the weak side. There is no written source code for that like telling the computer to highlight text with a mouse drag. You can do it real easy with string wrangling functions and commands. You put the results into a string like "xxx0xxxxx0x0xx0xxxx0x0x0xxx0" You then use a replace function that places a space between every "x0". After that you use a replace function to place a space between every "0x". so then you have "xxx 0 xxxxx 0 x 0 xx 0 xxxx 0 x 0 x 0 xxx 0" Now the computer can see singles numerically once each word is checked for size. Looking at words is a string function too. So you make that capability into a single command that accepts variables so that the search for singles and a weak and strong side can be for anything that you want to check with it. You can tell the computer how far to look back with another command. Then the string that you send to the function will respond to the distance of spins looked back. You then can use other commands to determine the quality of that condition and send back a percentage value of 0% to 100%. After that you can create conditional execution commands that do different things if the percentage is in a favorable range or not. The software can be set by the user when to bet and when not to based on the current, past, or very long term percentage rates. And all that can go into a different data structure to be used to search for the global effect. I know this because that is how I did it.  You make the computer store data about the single characteristic. It uses it to carry out specific tasks. So you can use these conditional awareness techniques to gather data on all the groups/sets that you want the computer to watch.  It's easy to think it out of how to program it. It's a huge pain to write every characteristic and condition. I wrote singles and sleepers with percentage of quality and the search for the global effect in that AI version. It also executed steps of a progression and virtual bets too. It then kicked out telemetry for every bet selection, the group that presented the best condition, the amount bet on that spin, and the result of that bet.

So I have no problem writing a full blown AI sim that demonstrates Reading Randomness.  I did an equally fine job of programming people. They are better computers. They learn things and then they come up with expanded ideas beyond basic function. It's not prediction. It's actions taken from the collection of conditional awareness. It's based on the percentage rate of the current state of it working in the positive.  It's very complex but it is also extremely mechanical.  It's so mechanical that it requires a lot of education. It's like becoming a lead guitarist. You can't expect to be good at it in a few lessons and practice sessions. Your brain must act very fast. Your skill to recognize trends and patterns must almost be instantaneous. That is why I stress the need to use visual dexterity to identify characteristics. You only have about 20 to 30 seconds to make your bet selection. You must then get you chips placed before the call for no more bets is handed out. I make sure that my winning bets are not wiped from the table and then I chart the last spin. So while payouts are being done I make my next bet selection and amount. As soon as the marker is picked up I get my bets down in time.  It's all mechanical to me even though I'm processing a lot of conditional data in my head. There is no precognition going on here. It's all valuation based on current conditions. I'm always looking for mini global effect characteristics. They help when they exist in the charts. Randomness is always kicking out data of the conditions. In effect I have trained my own brain to function as a computer by utilizing mechanical data gathering. And I try to act like I'm there to have fun while all this is happening in my head. I was actually asked by a pit boss once if I was a genius. So I recalled exactly what he had said the day before when he made a comment to another player. They had me down as some kind of genius player. Who knows what casinos put in their comments regarding players. It's not precognition. It's not the typical expression of what luck is. It's conditional awareness.
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In effect I have trained my own brain to function as a computer by utilizing mechanical data gathering. And I try to act like I'm there to have fun while all this is happening in my head. I was actually asked by a pit boss once if I was a genius. So I recalled exactly what he had said the day before when he made a comment to another player. They had me down as some kind of genius player. Who knows what casinos put in their comments regarding players. It's not precognition. It's not the typical expression of what luck is. It's conditional awareness.

Challenge accepted.

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It's for sure always dynamic (guessing)
Gizmotron2 is doing a whole lot more than just guessing. He is laying out the foundation through simple demonstrations, like sequences of singles, and offering any player the ability to exploit this.

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Gizmotron2 is doing a whole lot more than just guessing. He is laying out the foundation through simple demonstrations, like sequences of singles, and offering any player the ability to exploit this.

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