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Group Hug
Dec 12, 09:15 AM 2010
This system is still under development, but I thought it was advanced enough to post for others to explore.

I have also attached it as a Word doc because it's tidier like that.


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9 x 16 number groups each played in 8 splits:


Group 1 ) 0-2, 3-6, 8-11, 10-13, 17-20, 21-24, 26-29, 28-31

Group 2 ) 4-7, 5-6, 13-16, 14-15, 22-25, 23-24, 31-34, 32-33

Group 3 ) 0-3, 1-2, 9-12, 10-11, 18-21, 19-20, 27-30, 28-29

Group 4 ) 1-4, 5-8, 12-15, 14-17, 19-22, 23-26, 30-33, 32-35

Group 5 ) 1-4, 2-3, 10-13, 11-12, 19-22, 20-21, 28-31, 29-30

Group 6 ) 6-9, 7-8, 15-18, 16-17, 24-27, 25-26, 33-36, 34-35

Group 7 ) 2-5, 7-8, 11-14, 17-18, 20-23, 26-27, 29-32, 34-35

Group 8 ) 0-1, 7-10, 8-9, 16-19, 17-18, 25-28, 26-27, 35-36

Group 9 ) 3-6, 4-5, 12-15, 13-14, 21-24, 22-23, 30-33, 31-32


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Common groups (G) to numbers (N):

N      G
0 ) 1-3-8
1 ) 3-4-5-8
2 ) 1-3-5-7
3 ) 1-3-5-9
4 ) 2-4-5-9
5 ) 2-4-7-9
6 ) 1-2-6-9
7 )  2-6-7-8
8 ) 1-4-6-7-8
9 ) 3-6-8
10 ) 1-3-5-8
11 ) 1-3-5-7
12 ) 3-4-5-9
13 ) 1-2-5-9
14 ) 2-4-7-9
15 ) 2-4-6-9
16 ) 2-6-8
17 ) 1-4-6-7-8
18 ) 3-6-7-8
19 ) 3-4-5-8
20 ) 1-3-5-7
21 ) 1-3-5-9
22 ) 2-4-5-9
23 ) 2-4-7-9
24 ) 1-2-6-9
25 ) 2-6-8
26 ) 1-4-6-7-8
27 ) 3-6-7-8
28 ) 1-3-5-8
29 ) 1-3-5-7
30 ) 3-4-5-9
31 ) 1-2-5-9
32 ) 2-4-7-9
33 ) 2-4-6-9
34 ) 2,6,7
35 ) 4-6-7-8
36 ) 6-8


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Euro Matrix:
(Note:  0 & 33 share same position. If you land in this position you use the groups common to both, 1-2-3-4-6-8-9).




 


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System:

Get 2 spins to start. Example, 34-31.

Track the movement of the last 2 numbers on the matrix. In this case the movement between 34 & 31 is 1 left and 3 down, or 3 down and 1 left.

Now starting from the last number  (#31) repeat the movement 1 left and 3 down. 1 left is 14, and 3 down is 25 ( because we go down from 14 there is only 1 position (#7) so we go to the top of the matrix and count down 2 positions (#25)) .

The groups common to number 25 are now the target groups. These are groups 2-6-8.

We will now attempt to single out 1 group to flat bet for the next 2 spins, stopping on a win.

Go to the previous number out (#31) look at the common groups 1-2-5-9. Only group 2 is present in both. Group 2 becomes the first bet.

Next number out is 9, common groups 3-6-8 = loss 8 units.
Next number out is 34, common groups 2-6-7 = win 10 units – profit 2 units.

End of bet 1. Repeat process.

Track the movement on the matrix. In this next case the movement between 9 & 34 is 3 up.

Now starting from the last number  (#34) repeat the movement 3 up. 3 up from 34 is 9 (because we go up from 34 there is only 1 position (#19) so we go to the bottom of the matrix and count up 2 positions (#9)) .

The groups common to number 9 are now the target groups. These are groups 3-6-8.

We will now attempt to single out 1 group to flat bet for the next 2 spins, stopping on a win.

Go to the previous number out (#34) look at the common groups 2-6-7. Only group 6 is present in both. Group 6 becomes the next bet.

Next number out is 8, common groups 1-4-6-7-8 = win 10 units. Session profit = 12 units.

End of bet 2. Repeat process.


Track the movement on the matrix. In this next case the movement between 34 & 8 is 1 down and 1 right.

Now starting from the last number  (#8) repeat the movement 1 down and 1 right. 1 down from 8 is 0/33, and 1 right from0/33 is 1.

The groups common to number 1 are now the target groups. These are groups 3-4-5-8.

We will now attempt to single out 1 group to flat bet for the next 2 spins, stopping on a win.

Go to the previous number out (#8) look at the common groups 1-4-6-7-8. Groups 4-8 are present in both, groups 3-5 are missing.

Now go to the previous number out (#34) look at the common groups 2-6-7. This is as far back as we go (last 2 numbers out), but at this point we can not single out only 1 group twice present. But you will notice that only group 9 is not represented in any of the 3 target groups. Group 9 now becomes the next bet.

Next number out is 23, common groups 2-4-7-9 = win 10 units. Session profit = 22 units.

End of bet 3. Repeat process.


Track the movement on the matrix. In this next case the movement between 8 & 23 is 1 right.

Now starting from the last number (#23) repeat the movement 1 right. 1 right from 23 is 10.

The groups common to number 10 are now the target groups. These are groups 1-3-5-8.

We will now attempt to single out 1 group to flat bet for the next 2 spins, stopping on a win.

Go to the previous number out (#23) look at the common groups 2-4-7-9. We can see immediately that only group 6 is not represented in either of the current target groups. Group 6 becomes the next bet.

Next number out is 25, common groups 2-6-8 = win 10 units. Session profit = 32 units.

End of bet 4. Repeat process.


Track the movement on the matrix. In this next case the movement between 23 & 25 is 4 left and 1 up.

Now starting from the last number (#25) repeat the movement 4 left and 1 up. 4 left is 34, and 1 up is 19.

The groups common to number 19 are now the target groups. These are groups 3-4-5-8.

We will now attempt to single out 1 group to flat bet for the next 2 spins, stopping on a win.

Go to the previous number out (#25) look at the common groups 2-6-8. Only group 8 is present in both. Group 8 becomes the next bet.

Next number out is 1, common groups 3-4-5-8 = win 10 units. Session profit = 42 units.

End of bet 5. Repeat process.


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Often the selection of the target group is quite clear, sometimes it is not so clear. Play around and experiment until you get the feel for it, or until you have experienced virtually every situation, then you will know which group should be bet every time. However, there are occasions when no bet is available. When this happens just skip the next spin then track the next movement.

This is not an easy system to master with much memorizing required, but sometimes the winning streaks are scary awesome. The brief example posted was of actual played live wheel results.


Good luck with it friends!






























































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Re: Group Hug
Dec 12, 03:26 PM 2010
Thanks for posting your matrix system skakus.

A very nice touch to upload as doc also  :thumbsup:

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Re: Group Hug
Dec 12, 04:29 PM 2010

You're welcome.

I've noticed the matrix did not make it through the upload and is missing from the doc file.

I will try to upload it again soon.

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Re: Group Hug
Dec 12, 05:47 PM 2010
Alot of time went into this, thanks for posting!

Ken
Watch us big doggs, the MEN, play at a REAL casino, on a REAL table. All we ask is that you stay out of our way. The rest? Bots, airball, RNG...that's more for the Kitty Kat Klub. Its the big doggs and the kittens!! Winning is not an event, it's a process and it takes YEARS and YEARS to master > http://www.eonline.com/eol_images/Entire_Site/2014127/rs_560x415-140227131132-1024.bulldog-kittens3.jpg... To be great, you have to be willing to be mocked, hated and misunderstood.

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Re: Group Hug
Dec 12, 06:22 PM 2010
I second what Ken just wrote  :thumbsup:

Thank you taking the time to write all this for posting.

I sure wish I had your creativity but -- sadly -- I don't.

So the forum is very lucky to have you around.

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Re: Group Hug
Dec 12, 06:32 PM 2010
Thats what I've always said. You have to think WAY OUTSIDE the box when creating a method. Whether its a winner or not, you have to be different. This IDEA posted, was not thought of 200 years ago but yet, you'll read that EVERY idea has been created/tested? I dont agree, I never will.

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Watch us big doggs, the MEN, play at a REAL casino, on a REAL table. All we ask is that you stay out of our way. The rest? Bots, airball, RNG...that's more for the Kitty Kat Klub. Its the big doggs and the kittens!! Winning is not an event, it's a process and it takes YEARS and YEARS to master > http://www.eonline.com/eol_images/Entire_Site/2014127/rs_560x415-140227131132-1024.bulldog-kittens3.jpg... To be great, you have to be willing to be mocked, hated and misunderstood.

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Re: Group Hug
Dec 13, 03:48 AM 2010
You're welcome.

I've noticed the matrix did not make it through the upload and is missing from the doc file.

I will try to upload it again soon.




I'm not sure why the matrix is omitted from the doc file so re-attaching the file will likely not correct the issue so if you have downloaded it then the best thing to do is probably just copy and paste the matrix from this thread to the downloaded file on your 'puter.


@ Mr j & Esoito, thanks.

And yes the scope for out of the box roulette system ideas is vast indeed. No way has it all been thought of yet. The game has only been around for an instant – plenty of time left for someone to crack this nut.
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Re: Group Hug
Dec 15, 10:51 AM 2010
i think there is an error here:
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31 ) 1-2-5-9
32 ) 2-4-7-9
33 ) 2-4-6-9
34 ) 2-4-6-9
35 ) 4-6-7-8
36 ) 6-8

should be 2,6,7
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Re: Group Hug
Dec 15, 11:38 AM 2010
Some questions.

1. For repeat numbers I assume we wait until there is a different number?

2. If the first 2 numbers are 13, 10. The number we will look at is 20.
20: 1,3,5,7
10: 1,3,5,8
13: 1,2,5,9

so after go back to look at the previous 2 numbers we still have 2 groups. 1 and 5 what do we do next we have 4,6 missing as well.
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Re: Group Hug
Dec 15, 04:12 PM 2010
I think there is an error here:
  Quote:    Text   
 31 ) 1-2-5-9
32 ) 2-4-7-9
33 ) 2-4-6-9
34 ) 2-4-6-9
35 ) 4-6-7-8
36 ) 6-8
 
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should be 2,6,7

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Hi weddings,

Yes well spotted, friend. That is a copy paste error - it should be groups 2-6-7 common to number 34.

Thanks.
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Re: Group Hug
Dec 15, 05:42 PM 2010

Some questions.

1. For repeat numbers I assume we wait until there is a different number?

2. If the first 2 numbers are 13, 10. The number we will look at is 20.
20: 1,3,5,7
10: 1,3,5,8
13: 1,2,5,9

so after go back to look at the previous 2 numbers we still have 2 groups. 1 and 5 what do we do next we have 4,6 missing as well.

Good questions and I should have mentioned the first one already.

1. For repeat numbers we do not wait for the next number. A repeat number simply means no movement on the matrix so the repeat number is the focal position for the next bet; this though is one situation that can lead to a no bet status, so you might end up skipping the next spin anyway.

2. When assessing the next bet the positional number, in this case #20 is always given the most “weight”, then #10, then #13.
Your example is one of those tricky situations where you are left with 2 common groups and 2 missing groups which have not singled out a bet. In cases like this you can skip a spin, or switch and look for a missing group between 20-10, then 20-13. Here you can see that 20 & 10 have 1-3-5 as common groups, leaving group 7 as the missing group from the most “weighted” #20 groups. Group 7 would be the bet in this situation.

It should be obvious that this system has its foundations in numeronomy. There is also a level of subjective decision making, so the system is inherently elastic. This means it is not the end of the world if you make a wrong decision and so bet the wrong group occasionally. Even a wrong bet has a good chance of success being 16 numbers possibly bet twice.

Like I said if you play this system you will need to familiarize yourself with all possible situations to become proficient.

It is by no way complete either with lots of room for tweaking and improvement.

Thanks, weddings.
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Re: Group Hug
Dec 16, 12:24 PM 2010
I think there is an error here:
  Quote:    Text   
 31 ) 1-2-5-9
32 ) 2-4-7-9
33 ) 2-4-6-9
34 ) 2-4-6-9
35 ) 4-6-7-8
36 ) 6-8
 
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should be 2,6,7

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Edited.

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Re: Group Hug
Jun 17, 10:54 AM 2012
For those for whom the link doesn't work, maybe this will bring it forward.

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Re: Group Hug
Jun 17, 08:47 PM 2012
>> Lordy, Lordy, this is Voodoo of the highest order.  I'm higher'n a cheap kite!!

Thanks, TwinFelineFella.
 
I'll take that as a compliment.  ;D
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Re: Group Hug
Jun 18, 12:48 AM 2012
Something so eloquent--well, I must walk this puppy around the block.

So many systems; so little time.

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