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Johnlegend

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*PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 05:46 PM 2011
**PATTERN BREAKER**

How it came to be. People have been trying to design systems to overcome house edge, beat a game with no memory and defy mathematicians since this game came to be.

WHILE 1000S of systems need random to deliver something within a certain number of spins to succeed. PATTERN BREAKER asks RANDOM to do something its not very good at people. DELIVER THE LAST PATTERN OF A THREE SPIN HI LO COMBINATION IMMEDIATELY AFTER ITS DELIVERED THE SECOND TO LAST.

THE RULES...

1, You write the 8 possible combinations of a 3 spin Hi lo pattern down like this
HHH
LLL
HLH
LHL
HHL
LLH
HLL
LHH

2, You now proceed to record spins for hi lo in rows of three. Every three spins will produce one of those 8 possible patterns, a repeat of one or a pattern with a zero. An average game takes 50-60 spins to complete. To speed turnover you can backtrack twenty spins for a max of THREE TIMES A SESSION.

3, You cross off  each of the 8 possible patterns as they are produced and write a number next to them. EVENTUALLY, there will be ONE PATTERN LEFT.

4, You IMMEDIATELY bet against that pattern using a three step progression 2,4,8=14pts risk.

5,If a zero hits while recording patterns, example

H0L You record it under your 8 non zero patterns. If a zero hits during betting you accept it as a losing spin and complete the progression. OPTIONAL, once you have won some profit say 50 units. To strengthen the method you can cover the ZERO. Using this progression, 3,1--7,1--15,1

6, The method requires 7 wins to match a losing progression. ITS POWER, is the ability to create winning streaks that average 40 in a row. I have 3 100plus streaks in my records. I've never lost twice in a row.

7, TO BE PLAYED LIVE OR AIRBALL not RNG. I will give money management examples if the interest is there. It ought to be, I turned 14 units into 680 in a month. If you hit a power streak you can go nuclear in profits. Then BANK and start again. So there it is PATTERN BREAKER...


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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 05:54 PM 2011
John

 thank to sharing your system


my dream is to broke the bank at Monte Carlo!!!

hello  from Nice cote D'azur (France)
And the show must goes on

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ZigZag

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 05:56 PM 2011
All i can say to that is OMG!!!!!  :o  :o  :o


Just to look at that it looks JUST IMPOSSIBLE TO LOSE!!!!!!!!


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jon86

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 06:01 PM 2011
All I can say to that is OMG!!!!!  :o  :o  :o


Just to look at that it looks JUST IMPOSSIBLE TO LOSE!!!!!!!!



I can confirm that this dont lose. If lose 1 session no problem recover fast  ;D

Love it John  ;D ;D ;D

Johnlegend

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 06:06 PM 2011
All I can say to that is OMG!!!!!  :o  :o  :o


Just to look at that it looks JUST IMPOSSIBLE TO LOSE!!!!!!!!


It loses Zig but my gawd when it wins, youll be one happy player. Because the risk is only 14 units If youve won say 50 you could recover that 14 in just two games of
7,14,28. Ive never lost worse than 25 games apart THINK ABOUT THIS VERY CAREFULLY PEOPLE. If you cant see the power here, well....

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 06:13 PM 2011
good concept john, could this also be used with even/odd and black/red?  :love:
all the same... them watching
to entertain
all gone shames... small fishes to beat the game

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 06:16 PM 2011
John i saw the power straight away  ;D

Thank you very much John. Looks brilliant and all for just 14 units!!! You really can't ask for more. Especially for a newbie with small banks.

Yes i am very interested in the money management side of this  :thumbsup:

After a first win do you log out and retrack later?

I think i may do an all night session  ;D


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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 06:19 PM 2011
Good concept john, could this also be used with even/odd and black/red?  :love:
Possibly, ive never tested it on them. Think about it red black and odd even are similar to comparing columns to dozens. May be the way to get faster turnover. But take my word it works like a dream on the two halfs of the layout.

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 06:27 PM 2011
John I saw the power straight away  ;D

Thank you very much John. Looks brilliant and all for just 14 units!!! You really can't ask for more. Especially for a newbie with small banks.

Yes I am very interested in the money management side of this  :thumbsup:

After a first win do you log out and retrack later?

I think I may do an all night session  ;D


Zig thankyou I need to get to bed soon am going to a wedding in the morning. Of course I will help you master and exploit this roulette killer to the max in the coming days.

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jon86

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 06:33 PM 2011
Zig thankyou I need to get to bed soon am going to a wedding in the morning. Of course I will help you master and exploit this roulette killer to the max in the coming days.
:thumbsup:

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 06:35 PM 2011
Cheers John

Have a fantastic day tommorow  :thumbsup:

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 06:42 PM 2011
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Hi Jon, okay my last post, I'll be off the radar most of tomorrow. Sunday I will anwser any questions. You guys now have MV5 and PB play them three sessions alternated a day as I do, :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: and its over for roulette and up for your Bank. All the best and thanks for your positive support.

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jon86

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 07:02 PM 2011
Hi Jon, okay my last post, I'll be off the radar most of tomorrow. Sunday I will anwser any questions. You guys now have MV5 and PB play them three sessions alternated a day as I do, :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: and its over for roulette and up for your Bank. All the best and thanks for your positive support.

Have a beutifull day tomorow John  :)

We are ready for war now  :D

Zigzag.
This is very powerfull i can say  ;D

Good night  :)

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 09:47 PM 2011
Now we can be seriously profiting on this perfect system, it is so perfect. Do not forget to capitalize your profit and increase bet after a loss so that last step of progression is maximal bet possible, because you are going to win! Casino's should fear now, so do not wait and play while they are there!

Go to B&M casino, all girls are there for a winner  :love: :girl_to: :girl_to: :girl_to: :girl_to: :girl_to: :thumbsup:

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 08, 10:01 PM 2011
So, Mr. Ore,

Are you saying that you endorse this system?

If so, I assume you have examined it closely and can find nothing lurking in the corners that we need to be cognizant of.

I agree that it looks like a good bet.

I have a friend who plays a similar method, but he waits until he gets 2 identical patterns in a row and then bets against a 3rd identical pattern forming.  He too swears that he wins consistently with this.  He uses a less aggressive bet method.  Starts at 1-2-4 and uses a Alembert type progression.

His is one of the mini games I am using in my idea of playing mini games under a global umbrella of Alembert progression.

Talk to us.

Thanks,

George
In my case it doesn't matter.  I'm both!


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