Odds and payouts are different things. If either the odds or payouts don't change, then the result is the same - eventual loss.
Started by ego, Sep 11, 09:22 AM 2022
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Quote from: alexlaf on Sep 14, 03:48 AM 2022I am not saying No on what you referring not either Yes.. Does anyone else agree with this so we throw everything else on the bin?
Quote from: alexlaf on Sep 15, 03:22 AM 2022I want you to post here one (strategy) to be base on what you saying now and how to play it,so I can make some test let's say on live wheel with a (dealer)..
Quote from: Alberto50 on Sep 14, 08:31 PM 2022What maths? No one uses maths, they use patterns over and over, or some weird "formulas" to pretend they can log or square rott the next number, by few last numbers....... Tell me then how your your math would work, lets see.
Quote from: Person S on Sep 15, 06:00 AM 2022All mathematics is based on probability or the law of 3, naturally few people would want to give a ready-made solution, I wouldn't either. And I can't write all the formulas as I don't know this science perfectly, Do the test, take 4 numbers and see when the very last one appears - will it be 4 spins or higher? The maths tells you that the average will be 1 in 4, but the fact tells you that it's way off
Quote from: Person S on Sep 15, 07:25 AM 2022If I'm not in the last four, I won't lose. But even if he shows up within the expected range, I will lose a little. And this is only a narrow window, it could be wider. If you use stats and know the frequency, you also can't know the specific spin on which your event will play, it will be a group of spins, and in one of them an event will appear. And so you also go by feel, but with the certainty that there will be a smooth road ahead, not a chasm.There will always be extremes, and gambling is full of those extremes because it is 100% unpredictable. Even your device will not be accurate, on one forum I saw spins and a chart with a biased wheel with numbers above/below expected, so in those spins there were about 3 cycles when the number that should be above expected did not appear, how can this be explained? Because it should be better than 1/37, but no it disappeared somewhere, but then apparently it caught up, but you see it was a group of spins.
Quote from: Alberto50 on Sep 15, 07:38 AM 2022It will absolutely be accurate in specific conditions, since not only it knows where the ball and rotor is at specific time with the deviation of 100-300ms, but it can also predict which diamond will be hit, that's the difference.
Quote from: Person S on Sep 15, 08:43 AM 2022On the extremes, I was saying that there can be very rare events with a probability of 1 in 1,000,000.00. Yes they will happen, but if the betting choices are really good they won't scare you.So your device only determines the accuracy after the spin is triggered, this would be inappropriate for games where bets are placed before the spin.