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Re: One (1) number may be the ultimate bet selection
« Reply #30 on: October 30, 2016, 06:35:12 am »
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  • It is easier said than done to compound in a game of negative expectations. Practically, playing one number could be the most painful and foolish way to play in 2-3 hours of real casino play.
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    Re: One (1) number may be the ultimate bet selection
    « Reply #31 on: October 31, 2016, 02:50:58 am »
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  • At present I either play 3 or 4 numbers using precognition.  Whatever number I see is used for betting finales.  I have posted a few videos of my play using this technique and have been very successful playing this way over the last 14-16 months.  There is a thread on rouletteforum.cc that has been running for about the same length of time I have been doing this.

    Just lately I have had success betting just 1 number and posted a video on Youtube in my channel a few days ago.  I limited my bets to 8 spins per number and was able to win 84 units with 60 spins in the video I posted.

    Since then the best I achieved is 273 units from 45 spins, this was playing with real money and I don't video real money play.  I feel the videoing puts added  pressure on me when playing with real money. Just a psycological thing I know, but I am not chancing it yet.

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    Re: One (1) number may be the ultimate bet selection
    « Reply #32 on: October 31, 2016, 08:46:11 am »
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  • Thanks for the explanation Vic.

    I appreciate it, and I'm sure others do too.








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    Re: One (1) number may be the ultimate bet selection
    « Reply #33 on: October 31, 2016, 12:04:52 pm »
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  • Thanks for the explanation Vic.

    I appreciate it, and I'm sure others do too.

    My pleasure. We are collecting 1-number money management schemes. Tdeas may be adapted to others' personal coverage for sure.

    Widening your MM arsenal never hurts :)
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    Re: One (1) number may be the ultimate bet selection
    « Reply #34 on: October 31, 2016, 05:31:10 pm »
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  •  Did you know that one number that hit once within 25 trails has the same random walk as EC.
     So if a window of 25 trails goes by and you number does not hit - then you got black once.
     If you get a new window with 25 trails with no hit then you get Another black.
     Now if you get your number hit once within 25 trails you have red.

     Ask Bayes ... he can explain the probability and math behind it.

     Cheers

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    Re: One (1) number may be the ultimate bet selection
    « Reply #35 on: October 31, 2016, 06:18:11 pm »
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  • Did you know that one number that hit once within 25 trails has the same random walk as EC.

    1 number has a probability not to hit in the next spin: 18/37
    1 number has a probability not to hit in the next 25 spins: (18/37)^25= 0.504103

    1 number has a probability to hit in the next 25 spins: 1-(18/37)^25= 0.495897

    If you bet 25 numbers for 1 spin, probability to hit:  25/37 =  0.675676

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    Re: One (1) number may be the ultimate bet selection
    « Reply #36 on: October 31, 2016, 08:06:44 pm »
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  •  Well this is how the results looks like testing a clustering method based upon that idea - pretty cool ...

    - 175
    + 77
    + 62
    + 13
    + 15
    + 56
    + 13
    + 20
    + 23
    + 53
    + 34
    + 2
    + 29
    - 175
    + 19
    + 25
    + 59
    + 25
    + 22
    + 14
    + 80

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    Re: One (1) number may be the ultimate bet selection
    « Reply #37 on: November 01, 2016, 07:29:39 am »
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  • 1 number has a probability not to hit in the next spin: 18/37
    1 number has a probability not to hit in the next 25 spins: (18/37)^25= 0.504103

    1 number has a probability to hit in the next 25 spins: 1-(18/37)^25= 0.495897

    If you bet 25 numbers for 1 spin, probability to hit:  25/37 =  0.675676

    Sorry for this nonsense in my first post, phoning an posting is not the best idea.
    Correction:

    1 number has a probability not to hit in the next spin: 36/37
    1 number has a probability to hit in the next 25 spins: 1-(36/37)^25= 0.495897

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    Re: One (1) number may be the ultimate bet selection
    « Reply #38 on: June 18, 2017, 12:31:47 am »
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  • Did you know that one number that hit once within 25 trails has the same random walk as EC.
     So if a window of 25 trails goes by and you number does not hit - then you got black once.
     If you get a new window with 25 trails with no hit then you get Another black.
     Now if you get your number hit once within 25 trails you have red.

     Ask Bayes ... he can explain the probability and math behind it.

     Cheers

    More like 26 rather than 25, the exact number is 25.8 and by rounding it to the nearest whole number becomes 26.

    For betting 2 numbers the same window becomes 13 times, for 3 numbers becomes 8 spins, for 4 numbers becomes 6 spins, for 5 numbers 5 spins, for 6 numbers 4 spins...etc
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    A nothing in relation to infinity, all in relation to nothing, a central point between nothing and all and infinitely far from understanding either.
    The ends of things and their beginnings are impregnably concealed from him in an impenetrable secret.
    He is equally incapable of seeing the nothingness out of which he was drawn and the infinite in which he is engulfed.'' B.Pascal