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jon86

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 04:06 AM 2011
I recomend to follow this system as John say and not deviate from it. He will explain the MM when he is back. Thats the power of this system.

If you lose a session use progression 7.14.28 on the 2 next games to recover fast as John has recomended.


Let John come back before start to change and deviate from the orginale rules as its not good for the newbies to understand and they get confused :)

So again if someone wonder about something i can help with examples John has gave me as i ask very much about everything  ;D ;D ;D

Jon

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 04:23 AM 2011

Its a great system  :)

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jon86

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 04:32 AM 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

Hi George.

3 patterns in a row is very common to get I have them all of the time. Even 4 in a row.

Best Jon

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 04:43 AM 2011
Thanks John for all the work you do - this looks to be another interesting system.

I have one question about how it is played:

Once we have 7 patterns that have appeared I understand that we bet on the remaining unhit pattern.  If we win do we start tracking all over again from 0 or just wait for 1 of the patterns to drop off and another to add in for a new trigger?

Also, lets say we tracked for 7 patterns to show then lost because the 8th came in, it may be that one of the other patterns 'dropped' off the tracking giving us 7 patterns again - is this another trigger or do we reset after a loss and track them all again?

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 04:48 AM 2011
Scooby.

Here is a nice way to do it. I have played Pattern Breaker for a week now.

Explain from John how to write the numbers and place them on the patterns.


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Sent by jon86 on April 03, 2011, 11:09:02 pm
      
Hi John.

Could you give me a example how you write the H L pattern and the numbers like you would do if play a real game.

Jon
      
Okay Jon lets say you recorded 15 spins for high low and got this H L H L L L H L L H H H L 0 H . This is how you would record them against you 8 possible patterns.
HHH-4
LLL-2
HLH-1
LHL
HHL
LHH
HLL-3
LLH

L0H-5 pattern with zero is placed under the orginale patterns.

Do you get this Jon? And you continue like this until there is ONE PATTERN LEFT. Random has selected your bet for you...

If someone has any question I be glad to help by only using examples that John has given me so it wont be any confusion or change here.

No change is nesserary here. Its a winner. Not beacuse it never lose a session but with the MM and the way we use to recover in a couple games after a loss.

Best Jon

don't understand.What are these numbers you are placing next to the patterns.-1 -3 -4

What relevance do they have to anything.All you have to do is just wait until one  pattern is left which hasn't been hit  then bet against it.?

So if the last pattern left is HHH

We play LLL. ???

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 04:50 AM 2011
JL is a genius.

the way this guy thinks is reminicent of myself.

this method is a good one.

you dont track the zeros cos you will more often then not end up with the same combination to bet on.

wait for JL to come to explain fully before you start to throw new possibilities in

frost

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 04:53 AM 2011
don't understand.What are these numbers you are placing next to the patterns.-1 -3 -4

What relevance do they have to anything.All you have to do is just wait until one  pattern is left which hasn't been hit  then bet against it.?



this is just the order they landed in

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Twisteruk

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 04:58 AM 2011
I Like It Muchly  8)


I would just say this is one of the ways I play Baccarat, and there you dont have to worry about the Zero hittin  :o


Sweet  :xd: :twisted: :lol:
Its Set In Stone =)

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 05:59 AM 2011
Hi everyone, if my remaining pattern HLH  is left at the end, betting opposite would be LHL using  step 2,4,8.  So if i place a bet on L and lose then I move 1 step up of the progression by betting 4 on H.  If it lose again I move to the last prog 8.

If I lose on all of 3 bets then I lose this session and need to start from the beginning but using step 7, 14, 28 as jon mentioned.

Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 06:08 AM 2011
Its up 2 u which progression 2 use.  I think everybody is clear how to play it.
But i dont think we r clear about tracking 0 - the rest of the system is very easy 2 understand
Matt

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jon86

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 06:17 AM 2011
this is just the order they landed in

Exactly. You write them on the 8 orginale patterns as the spins comes.


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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 06:22 AM 2011
I will get replies from this threat too.

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jon86

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 06:22 AM 2011
Thanks John for all the work you do - this looks to be another interesting system.

I have one question about how it is played:

Once we have 7 patterns that have appeared I understand that we bet on the remaining unhit pattern.  If we win do we start tracking all over again from 0 or just wait for 1 of the patterns to drop off and another to add in for a new trigger?

Also, lets say we tracked for 7 patterns to show then lost because the 8th came in, it may be that one of the other patterns 'dropped' off the tracking giving us 7 patterns again - is this another trigger or do we reset after a loss and track them all again?

When you have the last pattern left you bet AGAINST it.

So if the last pattern left is HHH you bet LLL .

When you win start all over :)

Reset after a loss and play next 2 games with progression 7.14.28 to recover fast. It dont lose in a row this system :)

Jon

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jon86

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 06:26 AM 2011
Its up 2 you which progression 2 use.  I think everybody is clear how to play it.
But I don't think we are clear about tracking 0 - the rest of the system is very easy 2 understand

Tracking 0 is no problem.

When a zero patter comes like this H0H we just write it under the orginale patterns and note the number spin it came like H0H-12

This means that it was the 12 combination.

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Re: *PATTERN BREAKER*
Apr 09, 06:29 AM 2011
The only bit I don't understand at the moment is:-

"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"

from JL's first post. It's the progression numbers. Can anyone explain?

Robert


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