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Offline Gizmotron

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Patterns, following trends as a construct
« on: January 08, 2013, 04:02:48 pm »
What about following trends?  What is it?

Construct - Wikipedia " A construct in the philosophy of science is an ideal object, where the existence of the thing may be said to depend upon a subject's mind. This, as opposed to a "real" object, where existence does not seem to depend on the existence of a mind. "

At best, following a trend is a process of identifying formations envisioned in your mind. Because of that, following a pattern uses the same process. The only difference is that often patterns suffer the difficulties of complicated identification. But they do have many similar qualities as dominances, sleepers, and series.
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Re: Patterns, following trends as a construct
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2013, 03:57:20 pm »
For many years the mathNazis (mathBoys on steroids) kept a constant vigil on the primary forums. They walked in lockstep with their mindless drone of a mantra, "past spins have no effect on future events."  And so it went on for years that following trends offered no possibility to predict the future. That was a fine argument, but one that had nothing to do with the tactic or reason for following trends in the first place. That went on for years. In fact, that went so far as to destroy the Gamblers Glen forum.

During that period I tried to discuss the qualities of a concept for perfect patterns occurring for as much as thirty consecutive spins. I named them "elegant patterns." I was personally attacked that these things don't even occur, and that there was no way that they exist. Many of these room temperature IQ level individuals picked up on that as a battle cry.

Up to that point I had only encountered two Elegant Patterns. Since then I have experienced three more. That's five EP's in twenty years. With so few and far between I wonder why it was worth mentioning. You can capitalize on common occurring patterns. These long running perfect patterns are a different story. They are an opportunity to rob the casino without a gun. And when it happens to you it will feel like it too.

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Re: Patterns, following trends as a construct
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2013, 04:10:24 pm »
Let's take a look at the shorter lived common patterns.

bbR bbbR bR bbR bR bbbbR bbR

Can you see the pattern? If you see it you will notice that when the red hits, it only hits once. You can clobber the casino as long as the pattern holds up. To do this you only need to win the first attacking bet in order to protect yourself from a big loss. But as they say, "nothing ventured nothing gained."
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Re: Patterns, following trends as a construct
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2013, 04:31:37 pm »
I am following, please continue...  :thumbsup:


1.  Alternation between Series and singles - Hovering is one "elegant pattern". (i once passed 600.000 spins playing against it with a fibbo progression)

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Re: Patterns, following trends as a construct
« Reply #4 on: January 09, 2013, 07:49:10 pm »
Please give an example.
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Re: Patterns, following trends as a construct
« Reply #5 on: January 12, 2013, 04:37:06 am »
Please give an example.
you just gave one  :D