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#1
So, I've had just about all I can take from these math wizards. It's time to teach everyone and to let the chips fall where they may in the world.


This is the home of all my secrets. It's always been at the betselection.cc forum. So this is where I will tell all. If a person wants to ridicule and insult anyone in this thread I will delete their posts. No apologizes. Keep it civil or I will remove the comment. You can be as PC incorrect as you can get away with. I don't care. But personal attacks with exceptions to posturing ones own intelligence versus any others will be squashed.


Everyone knows that I changed tactics 4 months ago or so. I have suggested many variations on the same theme. I opened my school to explore these things. I spent a lot of time watching others perfect a skill. That skill is trend and pattern recognition and MM tactics that fit it. Two weeks ago I discovered, at the suggestion of another, this video that explains an MM tactic based on ranges formed by moving trends in the stock market:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRCtBRsLPmk&feature=youtu.be  ; 17 minutes


From that I formed a method to flip the concept and play Roulette like a professional stock player. The video caused me to step back and see an even bigger picture. I'm going to spell out that picture in detail. No hints anymore. This is how anyone can beat all the table games at the casino if they are based on chance.


I suggest to you that you watch the video so that you can know what I'm talking about. He explains why 90% of stock traders lose money. And that also explains why 99% of gamblers lose as well. The so called house advantage applies to any single bet but does not explain the earnings from gamblers in their corporate bottom line's. This video perpetuates that lie and just accepts it as fact. It is one of the greatest lies in history. All it is is an excuse to lose for those without a plan. People expect to lose so they go ahead and lose. They walk in the door expecting to lose. It's a wonderful scam.


The author of the video explains that the house expects to make 5.4% off of Roulette. But the corporate earnings yearly reports shows that most casinos make a whopping 14% or more each year from Roulette. Why the discrepancy? Haven't they heard of the absolute probability of the mathematics community? They don't care that people pay them more than they should I guess. Funny that...


I will teach everyone how to see favorable conditions. It's the same thing as the professional stock trader.


Let me know if you have seen the video and have questions.


#2
Gizmotron / Coincidence
June 19, 2018, 01:08:47 PM
Quote from: Mike on June 19, 2018, 08:06:36 AM
... math by itself only gives you answers relative to your assumptions. If you haven't looked at the process which generates the data then no amount of manipulation of the data will tell you about causes and effects, ie, reality. Most systems on gambling forums only look at the data generated from the games, they don't look at the underlying process which generated it; that's the mistake.


Coincidence. I wonder how a person would go about accessing the equivocation of coincidences that occur from time to time. I have listened to Mike. He communicates very well. He is basically saying that you can't know when a streak will occur or when it will end. And also how long it will last. You can't know that in advance. I agree. You can't know that in advance. Mike is suggesting that absent that knowledge you don't have an edge. Is there math to support that theory?


If you get 20 red numbers in a row on a Roulette wheel is it possible to win just one single bet from that streak? If that is possible then is it possible to win two bets from that streak? Is there math to support the idea that during a streak, in other words a streak that has not yet displayed its ending, is there math to predict what the next spin will do? I'm not taking about the odds for one spin either. Is there math that predicts what will happen in a coincidence? It would need to predict what is going to happen. Does math predict the future? Does math give you that edge?
#3
Quote from: Mike on June 13, 2018, 11:07:56 AM
But since the forum has a new owner, perhaps a review of the rules regarding advertising and/or selling might be in order? There are several members doing this, including Gizmotron who is now looking for more students. I quote : "PM me if you want private tutoring." -- Gizmotron. (https://betselection.cc/albalaha's-exclusive/for-those-who-think-house-edge-or-negative-expectation-is-the-sole-culprit/msg63571/#msg63571)


You are right that I should not solicit for new students. Minor problem though. It's people that know I closed the last school more than 6 months ago. They are contacting me to start another group. That might just be one person at a time or it might be a small group. But what is really happening is mostly your doing. It is because of you that I figured out that the math boys need to prove that the Global Effect does not exist and that it is clearly not an advantage in your view. The mathBoyz need to come up with the math that supports their opinions. Meanwhile, I'm going to dedicate this new group to excelling in the full awareness of the Global Effect. Any students will get the basics that give them a real chance to win first. Then a never before focus on just how the Global Effect acts, how often it occurs, and most of all how to exploit it to the fullest will be discussed and shown until each student is a living contradiction of your math claims. You guys take up the challenge or somebody else will. I'm coming for the mathBoyz. That includes you Mike.


There might become a new section here at this forum. That is clearly up to those who run it. The world is full of on-line tutors. Why not a real gambling method that takes real hard work in order to succeed. I'm teaching a skill. And guess what? I'm getting good at it. My software is designed to teach a person to see randomness opportunities. People have already shown that it is not some confusing snake oil. Randomness sometimes produces sequences that are just too good to be true. Why people don't seize these moments is mostly your fault. You are like the lemming whisperer. You are selling your opinions also. I charge a small amount just to get the truly interested and to make it private. You sell it because you actually believe yourself.
#4
Gizmotron / How to guess in any Even Chance game
June 06, 2018, 02:54:40 PM
The way I plan it, and execute it.


I have one rule. Bet on the best looking trend.


From that tactic alone comes the skill of guessing. You can't know in advance if it will work or not. But after the cards are down, the dice are rolled, or the spin stops in a slot you will have your answer.


I use rule 1 to get that answer. It's the answer, the result of the bet, that I'm interested in making my MM guesses from.


I need to know if what is happening is good for my bankroll or bad for my bankroll. My goal is to win a few more outcomes than I have lost, nothing more. So, if the first bet wins then that is good for my bankroll. If it losses then it means I will need a win for every loss until I'm back to even.


So the conditions of the game dictate the knowledge to be aware of, as it occurs. I want to win the session. If I feed a bad streak, where every bet is placed on the best looking trend to continue, and it ends, then I'm in a streak of ending trends. I don't want to feed that. And I won't feed that. Now this happens all the time in gambling. You must know how to live with your losses. It's not the only condition though.


You must also know how to live with your wins. They are just a passing phase too. Nothing more. You bet on the best looking trend and it works.


There is one thing to keep in mind if you are smart. When a streak of trends all end as you first try them, they all end and they are done. Hit a few endings on first tries back to back and you should pull back to a minimum table limit sized bet. Wait until the bad streak of results comes to and end.


Now for the good streaks. When they keep going it can be for 1 time in a row, 2 times in a row, 3 times in a row, etc... They win just once and it cancels any upcoming losing bet that is inevitable. So you take the chance that it will continue. You can't know in advance that it will work. But it will be part of the results trend that you are really following. I have found that the win streaks last longer than the losing streaks, based on rule 1 of betting on the best looking trend. If I get three net wins on my big bet level, I'm done. For me it is a mistake to try to kill off the casino with 20 black or red numbers in a row. Same goes for streaks in the other games too.


Knowing how to live with the results of guessing is as important as seeing the best looking trend. My charts make it easy to see the best looking trends. You don't chase your losses. You let them come back to you by waiting for the trends to start working. They work, they don't work. The point is in learning how to use them to your advantage. Think of all this as if the whole session is the tactic and not moment by moment reactions. Make movements and changes based on the big swings. There's the down swing followed by a flat swing or an up swing. They are all caused to occur because of rule 1.


From this you will find that a few best trends are gold mine opportunities. They get you to your goal real fast. The only question is can you play a game that depends on big deal trends in order to win your goal. Is your goal too high? Mine was. -- not now.
#5
Einstein never said it.


"No One Can Win at Roulette Unless He Steals Money from the Table While the Croupier Isn't Looking."



https://quoteinvestigator.com/2012/09/09/einstein-roulette/


Is that true? The mathBoyz, over the past decades, all insist that you must have an edge in order to win at Roulette. They require a mathematical advantage, where it is clear that the game has a negative expectation from one spin to infinity.


But is it true? Can the "statistical absolutists" prove that you must have an advantage in order to win? Where is the equation that proves it? Math equations can't predict when a win streak will occur, how long it will last, or when it will end. They can't tell a player when to stop. They don't advise when to bet big or when to bet small. They don't do much of anything for that matter. In fact I don't think that they exist. Where is the proof from the crowd that always demands proof?


This is where silence will probably be the answer. The mathBoyz always go silent when actually confronted with their own logic. So let's see if anyone of them can make a coherent argument without casting dispersion or disparaging remarks on the messenger. Let's see if they can keep it out of the gutter or above the level of crotch jokes.


Prove it.
#6
Gizmotron / Day Trading on a Roulette Table
February 14, 2018, 12:13:53 AM
Why not see it as a spin by spin movement in a candlestick chart?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2MtX89fZYs



#7
Gizmotron / Practice Sessions
February 07, 2018, 08:34:22 PM

Todays practice sessions:

These are provided mainly for my students that wanted examples of my playing method. This is straight from my practice software with AI turned off.

As I have pointed out to my students, the key to overcoming the greed that puts a monkey on your back in the first place is in putting a halt to greed in the first place. I'm staying very close to the statistical math for swings. My 2 to 1 bets need two wins to pay back each loss. So two wins is even math. I opted to go for three net wins per session. In all my years gambling I have only not been ahead by three net wins only three or four times in a session's play. All the other times I have reached three net wins at some point. My problem is that I have always wanted more. That's what got me into trouble. All I'm doing now is getting ready for when I can use large valued chips to place bets where three net wins is enough to make it worth it.

My point of not giving anymore advice is in that once I prove this in real play, I will have proved that I have overcome the last obstacle, and that I could then feel qualified to give good advice. Until then you can see where I'm going with this and use it for yourself at your own risk.

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Feb 7, 2018

| 1  2  3 | A  B  C | 0  3  6 | P |
|       X |       X | X       |   | -- 36
|       X |       X | X       | P | -- 27
| X       | X       |    X    |   | -- 7
| X       |    X    |    X    |   | -- 8
| X       |       X |    X    | P | -- 3
|       X |    X    | X       |   | -- 35
|    X    |    X    | X       |   | -- 14
|    X    |       X |    X    |   | -- 15
|    X    |    X    | X       |   | -- 14
| X       |       X |    X    | P | -- 12
-- ( B to win next) @ 5
|       X |    X    | X       |   |  # 35 -- Won -- 120 -- ( B & C to win next) @ 5
| X       |    X    |       X | P |  # 5 -- Won -- 180

-- ww

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| 1  2  3 | A  B  C | 0  3  6 | P |
|    X    |       X |       X | P | -- 18
| X       | X       |    X    |   | -- 7
| X       |    X    |    X    | P | -- 11
|    X    |    X    | X       |   | -- 14
| X       | X       |    X    | P | -- 4
| X       |       X |    X    | P | -- 12
|       X |    X    |    X    |   | -- 29
| X       | X       |    X    |   | -- 7
|       X |    X    |       X | P | -- 32
|       X |       X |       X |   | -- 33
-- ( A & B to win next) @ 5
|    X    |       X |       X | P |  # 18 -- Lost  -- -120 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
| X       |       X |    X    | P |  # 3 -- Lost  -- -230 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X |    X    |       X | P |  # 32 -- Won -- -170 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 5
| X       | X       |    X    |   |  # 7 -- Won -- -110 -- ( 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X |    X    | X       |   |  # 35 -- Won -- 10 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 5
|       X |    X    |    X    |   |  # 29 -- Lost  -- -110 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 5
|    X    |    X    |       X |   |  # 20 -- Won -- -50 -- (Prime 16 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       | X       | P |  # 28 -- Won -- 50 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X |    X    |    X    |   |  # 29 -- Won -- 110 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       | X       | P |  # 28 -- Won -- 170

-- LLwwwLwwww

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| 1  2  3 | A  B  C | 0  3  6 | P |
|    X    |       X |       X | P | -- 18
|    X    |    X    |    X    |   | -- 23
|       X | X       | X       | P | -- 28
|       X |    X    | X       |   | -- 35
|    X    |    X    |    X    |   | -- 23
|       X |       X |    X    |   | -- 30
|    X    |       X |    X    |   | -- 24
| X       | X       |    X    |   | -- 7
| X       | X       | X       |   | -- 10
|    X    |       X |    X    |   | -- 24
-- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       | X       |   |  # 25 -- Won -- 70 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
|-------------------| X       | P |  # 38 -- Lost  -- -40 -- (Prime 16 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       |       X | P |  # 31 -- Won -- 60 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 5
|    X    |       X |    X    |   |  # 24 -- Won -- 120 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       | X       | P |  # 28 -- Lost  -- 0 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|-------------------| X       | P |  # 38 -- Lost  -- -120 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X |       X |       X |   |  # 33 -- Won -- -60 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       | X       | P |  # 28 -- Won -- 0 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|    X    | X       |    X    |   |  # 16 -- Won -- 60 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       | X       |   |  # 25 -- Lost  -- -60 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X |    X    |    X    |   |  # 29 -- Won -- 0 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X |    X    | X       |   |  # 35 -- Won -- 60 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
| X       |    X    | X       | P |  # 2 -- Lost  -- -60 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
| X       | X       | X       | P |  # 1 -- Lost  -- -170 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
|       X |       X |    X    |   |  # 30 -- Won -- -100 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
| X       |    X    |    X    |   |  # 8 -- Won -- -30 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
| X       |    X    |       X | P |  # 5 -- Lost  -- -140 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X |    X    | X       |   |  # 26 -- Won -- -80 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
| X       |       X |    X    | P |  # 12 -- Won -- -20 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|-------------------| X       | P |  # 38 -- Lost  -- -140 -- (Prime 16 to win next) @ 5
| X       |    X    |       X | P |  # 5 -- Won -- -40 -- (Prime 16 to win next) @ 5
| X       | X       |    X    | P |  # 4 -- Won -- 60 -- (Prime 16 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       | X       |   |  # 25 -- Lost  -- -20 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       |       X |   |  # 34 -- Won -- 40 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       |       X | P |  # 31 -- Won -- 100 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
| X       |    X    |       X | P |  # 5 -- Won -- 160 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
| X       | X       | X       | P |  # 1 -- Won -- 220

-- wLwwLLwwwLwwLLwwLwwLwwLwwww

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| 1  2  3 | A  B  C | 0  3  6 | P |
|    X    |       X |    X    |   | -- 15
|    X    |       X |       X | P | -- 18
|    X    |    X    |    X    |   | -- 23
|    X    | X       |       X |   | -- 19
|       X |    X    | X       |   | -- 26
|       X |       X | X       |   | -- 36
|       X |       X | X       | P | -- 27
|       X | X       | X       |   | -- 25
|       X |    X    |    X    |   | -- 29
|       X |    X    |    X    |   | -- 29
-- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
| X       |       X |    X    | P |  # 12 -- Lost  -- -120 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
|    X    |       X |       X |   |  # 21 -- Won -- -50 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
| X       |       X |       X | P |  # 6 -- Lost  -- -160 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       |       X |   |  # 34 -- Won -- -90 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
|-------------------| X       | P |  # 37 -- Lost  -- -200 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
|       X |    X    |    X    |   |  # 29 -- Won -- -130 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
|    X    |       X |    X    |   |  # 15 -- Won -- -60 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X |    X    |    X    |   |  # 29 -- Won -- 0 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
| X       |       X |       X | P |  # 6 -- Lost  -- -120 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
| X       |       X |    X    | P |  # 3 -- Lost  -- -240 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
| X       |       X | X       |   |  # 9 -- Won -- -170 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 5
|    X    | X       |       X |   |  # 22 -- Won -- -100 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       | X       |   |  # 25 -- Won -- -40 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       | X       |   |  # 25 -- Won -- 20 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 5
| X       |       X |    X    | P |  # 3 -- Lost  -- -100 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
| X       |    X    |       X | P |  # 5 -- Won -- -40 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
| X       | X       |    X    | P |  # 4 -- Won -- 20 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X |    X    | X       |   |  # 26 -- Won -- 80 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
|       X | X       | X       | P |  # 28 -- Won -- 140 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 5
| X       | X       |    X    |   |  # 7 -- Won -- 200

-- LwLwLwwwLLwwwwLwwwww

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#8
Off-topic / 63 Genders?
October 28, 2017, 07:47:04 PM
 I looked more into the new California law regarding proper gender identification. It turns out that it only applies to health care givers, and public servants like police and fireman. It should not come up as an issue for discussion forums. It's PC with consequences. The more the world changes the more it gets different to understand.


Just thought I would follow up on the thought since that thread it was mentioned in is closed.
#9
Gizmotron / Why I won't give gambling advice anymore.
October 23, 2017, 02:41:39 AM
Why I won't give gambling advice at this time, or in the near future.


TurboGenius's signature says this: Common sense and math are the only two things required to beat the game of roulette each and every time you play. No voodoo, no mumbo-jumbo. No system that you bought on sale for $39.00 and no lucky rabbit's foot."


He is right too. I may approach this differently than him, but at Least I have found that it is all true for me. I have posted almost all of my findings regarding reading randomness here at this website. The only other place is at a school, now closed, a school that contains the exact same information all put together linearly in a kind of step by step learning method all backed up with computer sims to induce learning. That being said I use the reading randomness combined with the common sense and verified basic math to beat this game. Math so simple that even first time gamblers can follow it.


I'm not going to teach or suggest anymore information until I can start making more than $100,000 per year as a professional gambler, all on the books and verified through state and federal taxes. When that happens I will acknowledge the fact that I did it. Until then I'm just an unverified claimer. Those contacting me on PMs need to refer to this announcement. This is all there is. Take what's here, learn it, try to master it, find out for yourself if you can make it work for you. But remember this, "common sense and math" is the secret once you have the skill.
#10
Gizmotron / A Very Special Apology To Alrelax
October 22, 2017, 09:53:55 AM
Hi Alrelax, I don't expect you to not be mad.


I just discovered that I have been seeing Narcissists everywhere for the past year. It turns out that almost all of us have one to two characteristics of Narcissism listed out of 12 items in the DSM-5. The DSM-5 says that to be an NPD the person must have 5 or more characteristics to be listed as having NPD. I have at least 2 characteristics myself. I was totally wrong to suggest that you are NPD.


Now you can see that I don't really care where you get your donuts. I hope you don't really care either or will soon not care.


Have a better and nice life,


I apologize sincerely,

Mark
#11
Gizmotron / Examples of My Playing Technique
June 12, 2017, 05:33:03 PM
This was the most requested thing at my online school while it was open to new members.


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| 1  2  3 | A  B  C | 0  3  6 | P |
|    X    |    X    |       X |   | -- 20
|       X |       X | X       | P | -- 27
| X       |       X |       X | P | -- 6
|    X    |    X    |       X |   | -- 20
|       X |       X | X       | P | -- 27
| X       |       X |    X    | P | -- 3
| X       | X       |    X    | P | -- 4
|       X |    X    |       X | P | -- 32
|    X    |       X |    X    |   | -- 24
| X       | X       | X       |   | -- 10 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 2
|    X    |       X |    X    |   |  # 15 -- Won -- 24 -- ( 0's & 6's to win next) @ 1
| X       |       X |       X | P |  # 6 -- Won -- 34 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 1
|    X    |    X    |       X |   |  # 20 -- Won -- 46 -- ( B & C to win next) @ 2
|    X    |    X    |       X |   |  # 20 -- Won -- 70 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 1
|    X    | X       |    X    |   |  # 16 -- Won -- 84 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 1
| X       |    X    |       X | P |  # 5 -- Won -- 96 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 1
|    X    |    X    |    X    |   |  # 23 -- Won -- 108 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 1
|-------------------| X       | P |  # 37 -- Lost  -- 86 -- ( 3's & 6's to win next) @ 0
|    X    |       X |       X |   |  # 21 -- Won -- 86 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 2
|    X    |    X    |       X |   |  # 20 -- Won -- 114 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 1
| X       |       X |    X    | P |  # 12 -- Won -- 126 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
--- start again at 0
|    X    |       X |    X    |   |  # 15 -- Won -- 24 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 1
| X       | X       |    X    |   |  # 7 -- Won -- 38
| X       | X       |    X    |   |  # 7 -- 38 -- (No Bet) -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
| X       |    X    |       X | P |  # 5 -- Won -- 62 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 1
| X       |    X    | X       | P |  # 2 -- Won -- 74 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 1
--- start again at 0
| X       |    X    |    X    |   |  # 8 -- Won -- 12 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
| X       |       X |    X    | P |  # 3 -- Won -- 36
--- start again at 0
|    X    | X       |    X    |   |  # 16 -- 0 -- (No Bet) -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 1
|    X    |    X    |       X | P |  # 17 -- Won -- 12 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
|       X | X       | X       | P |  # 28 -- Lost  -- -36 -- ( 3's & 6's to win next) @ 0
|       X | X       | X       |   |  # 25 -- Lost  -- -36 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 0
|    X    |    X    | X       |   |  # 14 -- Won -- -36 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 1
| X       |       X |    X    | P |  # 3 -- Lost  -- -60 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 0
|    X    | X       |       X |   |  # 19 -- Won -- -60 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 2
|       X | X       |       X | P |  # 31 -- Won -- -36 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 1
|       X |    X    |    X    |   |  # 29 -- Lost  -- -60 -- ( 0's & 6's to win next) @ 1
| X       | X       |    X    |   |  # 7 -- Lost  -- -86 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 0
|       X |       X |    X    |   |  # 30 -- Won -- -86 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 0
|       X |    X    | X       |   |  # 26 -- Won -- -86 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 2
| X       |       X |    X    | P |  # 12 -- Won -- -62 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 2
| X       | X       |    X    |   |  # 7 -- Won -- -38 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 1
| X       | X       | X       | P |  # 1 -- Lost  -- -60 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 1
|    X    |       X |    X    |   |  # 24 -- Lost  -- -84 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 0
| X       | X       | X       | P |  # 1 -- Lost  -- -84 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 0
|       X |       X | X       |   |  # 36 -- Lost  -- -84 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 0
|    X    | X       |    X    |   |  # 16 -- Won -- -84 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 1
|-------------------| X       | P |  # 37 -- Lost  -- -108 -- (Not Prime 22 to win next) @ 0
| X       |    X    | X       | P |  # 2 -- Lost  -- -108 -- ( 0's & 3's to win next)
| X       |       X |    X    | P |  # 12 -- Won -- -88 -- ( 0's & 3's to win next)
|       X |       X | X       | P |  # 27 -- Won -- -68 -- ( 0's & 3's to win next)
| X       |    X    | X       | P |  # 2 -- Won -- -58 -- ( 0's & 3's to win next)
|       X |    X    | X       |   |  # 26 -- Won -- -38 -- ( 0's & 3's to win next)
|       X | X       | X       |   |  # 25 -- Won -- -18 -- ( 0's & 3's to win next)
| X       |    X    |    X    |   |  # 8 -- Won -- 2 -- ( 0's & 3's to win next)
| X       | X       | X       |   |  # 10 -- Won -- 12 -- ( 0's & 3's to win next)
| X       |    X    |       X | P |  # 5 -- Lost  -- -14 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 1
|       X | X       | X       |   |  # 25 -- Won -- -2 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 1
|    X    | X       |    X    |   |  # 16 -- Lost  -- -26 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 1
|    X    | X       |    X    |   |  # 16 -- Lost  -- -50 -- ( A & B to win next) @ 2
| X       | X       | X       | P |  # 1 -- Won -- -26 -- ( A & B to win next) @ 2
|       X |       X |       X |   |  # 33 -- Lost  -- -74 -- ( A & C to win next) @ 2
| X       |       X | X       |   |  # 9 -- Won -- -50 -- ( A & C to win next) @ 2
|    X    |       X |    X    |   |  # 24 -- Won -- -26 -- ( A & C to win next) @ 2
|    X    |       X |       X |   |  # 21 -- Won -- -2 -- ( A & C to win next) @ 1
|       X | X       | X       | P |  # 28 -- Won -- 10 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 1
|       X |       X |       X |   |  # 33 -- Won -- 22 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 1
| X       |    X    |    X    | P |  # 11 -- Lost  -- -2 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 2
| X       |    X    | X       | P |  # 2 -- Lost  -- -50 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 2
|    X    |       X |       X |   |  # 21 -- Lost  -- -98 -- ( 0's & 3's to win next)
| X       | X       | X       | P |  # 1 -- Won -- -78 -- ( 3's & 6's to win next) @ 2
|    X    | X       |       X |   |  # 22 -- Won -- -54 -- ( 0's & 6's to win next) @ 2
|    X    | X       |       X |   |  # 22 -- Won -- -34 -- ( 0's & 6's to win next) @ 2
| X       | X       | X       |   |  # 10 -- Won -- -14 -- ( 0's & 6's to win next) @ 2
|       X |    X    |    X    |   |  # 29 -- Lost  -- -66 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
| X       |    X    | X       | P |  # 2 -- Won -- -42 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 2
|    X    |       X |    X    |   |  # 24 -- Lost  -- -90 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 2
| X       | X       |    X    |   |  # 7 -- Won -- -66 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
|       X |    X    |    X    |   |  # 29 -- Lost  -- -114 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
| X       |    X    | X       | P |  # 2 -- Won -- -90 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 2
|    X    |    X    |    X    |   |  # 23 -- Won -- -66 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 2
|       X |       X | X       | P |  # 27 -- Won -- -42 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 1
| X       |    X    | X       | P |  # 2 -- Won -- -30 -- ( B & C to win next) @ 1
| X       |    X    | X       | P |  # 2 -- Won -- -18 -- ( 0's & 3's to win next)
|       X | X       |       X | P |  # 31 -- Lost  -- -44 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 1
| X       |    X    |    X    | P |  # 11 -- Won -- -32 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 1
|    X    |    X    |    X    |   |  # 23 -- Won -- -20 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 1
|       X |    X    |    X    |   |  # 29 -- Won -- -8 -- ( 3's & 6's to win next) @ 1
|    X    | X       | X       |   |  # 13 -- Lost  -- -32 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 1
|    X    |       X |       X |   |  # 21 -- Won -- -20 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 1
| X       |       X |       X | P |  # 6 -- Lost  -- -44 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 1
|       X |       X | X       | P |  # 27 -- Lost  -- -68 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
|       X | X       | X       |   |  # 25 -- Lost  -- -116 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
| X       |    X    |       X | P |  # 5 -- Won -- -92 -- (2 & 3 to win next) @ 2
|       X |    X    | X       |   |  # 26 -- Won -- -68 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
|    X    |       X |    X    |   |  # 24 -- Won -- -44 -- ( 1 & 3 to win next) @ 2
|    X    | X       | X       |   |  # 13 -- Lost  -- -92 -- (Prime 16 to win next) @ 2
|    X    | X       |       X |   |  # 19 -- Lost  -- -124 -- (Prime 16 to win next) @ 2
| X       |       X |    X    | P |  # 3 -- Won -- -84 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
|    X    |    X    |       X |   |  # 20 -- Won -- -60 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
|    X    |       X |       X | P |  # 18 -- Won -- -36 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 2
| X       | X       |    X    | P |  # 4 -- Won -- -12 -- ( 1 & 2 to win next) @ 1
|    X    |       X |       X |   |  # 21 -- Won -- 0



If you bother to learn to read this chart, then you can see how I make bet selections from randomness observations.


This is what new gamblers want to see from the experts here. Actual examples speak louder than words.


When I take this software out of practice mode, and put it into AI mode, it even tells the viewer if sleepers or singles were used for the bet selection.
#12
Gizmotron / Overcome the Chimp
May 05, 2017, 02:20:53 PM
Here is a good place to start.


You must overcome your natural survival instincts to be a good gambler.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwxLZI8DbJs
#13
Gizmotron / For alrelax
December 19, 2016, 09:02:35 PM

Merry Christmas
#14
Gizmotron / Proof of the Global Effect
December 19, 2016, 08:07:10 PM
Here is a swarm of sleepers:

| 1  2  3 | A  B  C | 0  3  6 | P |
|    X    |    X    | X       | P | -- 23
|    *  X |       X |    X    | * | -- 30
|    *  X |       X |    X    | * | -- 36
| X  *    | X       |    X    | * | -- 7
|    *  X | *  X    | X       | * | -- 35
| X  *    | *     X | X       | * | -- 3
|    *  X | *     X |       X | * | -- 27
| X  *    | *  X    |    X    | * | -- 2
|    *  X | *  X    |       X | * | -- 29
| X  *    | *     X |       X | P | -- 6
| X  *    | *  X    |    X    |   | -- 2
|    *  X | *     X |    X    |   | -- 33
|    *  X | *  X    | X       | P | -- 32
|    X    | X       | X       |   | -- 19
| X       |       X |       X | P | -- 6
|    X    |    X    |       X | * | -- 14
|    X    |       X |       X | * | -- 18
|       X |       X |    X    | * | -- 30
|    X    |       X |       X | * | -- 18
|    X    | X       | X       | * | -- 19
|    X    | X       |       X | * | -- 13
|    X    | X       |       X | * | -- 13
| X       |    X    | X       | * | -- 8
| *  X    |    X    |       X | * | -- 14
| *  X    |       X | X       | * | -- 15
| *  X    |       X | X       | * | -- 24
| *     X |       X |    X    | * | -- 30
| *  X    | X       |       X | P | -- 22
| *  X    | X       | X       |   | -- 16
| *  X    |    X    |       X |   | -- 14
| *  X    |    *  X |    X    | P | -- 21
| *  X    |    *  X |       X |   | -- 18
| X       | X  *    | X       | P | -- 10
|    X    | X  *    |       X | P | -- 22
| X       | X  *    |    X    |   | -- 4
|       X |    *  X |    X    |   | -- 33
|       X |    *  X |    X    |   | -- 30
| X       | X  *    |    X    |   | -- 7
| X       |    *  X |       X | P | -- 9
|       X |    *  X |    X    |   | -- 33
| X     * |    X    |    X    |   | -- 2
| X     * |    X    | X       |   | -- 8
|    X  * | X       | X       |   | -- 19
| X     * |       X |       X | P | -- 6


That's 43 spins where sleepers where in dominance.
#15
Gambling Philosophy / Hot Number Software
October 11, 2016, 01:01:52 AM
https://www.dropbox.com/s/7qu1w1ma5sikyru/HotNumber.exe?dl=0


Here is an app for researching single hot numbers.


You hit Start, then Continue

You can change the number you bet on and the number of losses before it stops after a win. can change the number you bet on and the number of losses before it stops after a win.
#16
Gizmotron / An open letter to all my students...
September 20, 2016, 12:50:37 PM
An open letter to all my students, past, present, and future.


By now some of you or all of you have discovered a sense of disappointment. My method does not win every time you go into a casino. You have experienced deep downward sessions that have cleaned out your bankroll. At least I hope most of you have had that experience.


I know how hard guessing can be. If you chase your losses you will even lose more. This is common sense known throughout the gambling world. I am teaching you how to win by coincidence alone. You do well when your guesses are in sequence with the obvious trends that you have been trained to recognize. Perfect changes can sequence also. Three trends indicate a guess that it will continue on the fourth too. But a perfect sequence of losses on the fourth event of any trend can add up to a straight down losing streak.


So you learn to adjust so as to not be killed off. You do this or you get killed off. I can't teach you to not be killed off. You must learn how much you dislike it. That is a lesson you must experience for yourself.


That lesson to learn is why I wish all of you to fail. It's also why I want to encourage all of you to learn from avoiding it. It can be avoided too. It's a skill. Hitting the win streak is easy. Not getting killed is hard. It plays with your confidence. You need to become confident that you can live with your bad streaks and to limit them.


Some of you may have given up. Some of you are learning that you must evaluate each change. The entire method's success hangs on how well you can deal with changes. It was easy to teach you to see the trends and the opportunities that can be had by seeing them. It's not easy to teach you to be agile and to adjust to changes. That comes with practice and real playing experience.


If you can avoid the downturns and learn to grind your way up to an adequate win goal then you have a realistic chance of success.


I have struggled for years to deal with winning enough. You will face this same challenge yourselves. Self control is at the heart of your success. I have given you a basic skill and tools to practice it with. You must learn the lessons on your own. In the end it is you that make the difference. The opportunities always come to you. I have never seen them not come at least once in all the long sessions of playing at casinos over the past 20 years. In the old days for me, when I was perfecting these skills, I always came prepared to play for ten straight hours. The win streaks always appeared at least once.


I'm saying that the chance to win enough is almost always there if you wait for it to come to you.


Posted here and at the school.
#17
Gizmotron / Newbies; /no͞o bē/s to Professionals; /prō/
September 18, 2016, 06:56:12 PM

Newbies; /no͞o bē/s to Professionals /prō/ 


At first there is the new gambler. They have almost no experience. The first time is an exploration with the usual curiosity that this is meant to be some form of entertainment. So the first time they go into a casino, it is with the expectation that the time they spend, will eat all of their entertainment money that they are already willing the spend.


They have no idea what to expect as far as what is about to hit their senses. If they have a big win they will be hit by adrenalin and dopamine in their blood systems. That will be a new experience for them and will set a foundation for wanting it to happen again. There is one problem with that though. It desensitizes a person to losing. If they keep coming back to the casino for more, they will begin to experience it on the drive to the casino. Their minds will have already left the logic center behind and moved into the pleasure center and  reward parts of the brain before they even get there. This is a proven conclusion of psychological research.


Now being a newbie, the new player has very little logic to go on anyway. But if they are a table gamblers who like Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, or Craps and some of the other table games, then they have yet to discover what most players call gambling systems and fallacies.


The mother ship of all systems is the famous Martingale System, known simply as the "Marti." Basically it's a rule based method that says to double your last bet after a loss. You do this until you win. This concept of placing doubling bets is known as a belief system where the expectation is that a certain thing can't keep happening. For example 11 reds in a row on the Roulette table means that black is due. This is what is known as "Gamblers Fallacy." It also appears in another belief known as the "Hot Hand fallacy." Both of these positions of thought are classified as "Magical Thinking." 


So the first few years of gambling are spent on experimenting with the Marti and every other rule based gambling system they can think up or get their hands on. They try different obscure progressions that are the most unlikely sequences of events being the only thing that can kill these negative progressions off. That's expectation, wishful thinking, and also fallacy all based at the same time on things that have been proven already to never work. Yet, these systems are either free or sold all over the world and have been for hundreds of years. This process of seeking a mechanical system goes on until they give up on gambling altogether or at least give up on rule based, mechanical methods. Some gamblers are stuck in this phase for decades.


That's the point where almost all gamblers give up and quit. There is a next phase though. That's where the gambler stops relying on these mindless rule based systems, because they know that they don't work, and they move on to elaborate money management (MM) methods combined with bet selection wisdom. These more experienced players frequent the major online gambling forums in search of gambling wisdom. They learn about loss limits, win limits, smart expectations, bet selection secrets, mathematical probability, and self control issues. They also discover eventually that there are two major directions of thought regarding probability. There is the frequentist absolutist side verses the Bayes' theorem or Bayes' Law side that believes in conditional probability. These math experts on the absolutist side are called the mathBoyz. They ridicule anyone that disagrees with them. Such is the nature of discussion forums on the Internet.


To avoid these petty arguments and disruptions I have created my own online school. I have more than 35 years experience focusing on one thing. I wanted to write a book and back it up with training and practice software. It turns out that the online-forum format works better than a book could. It's still cheaper to join than purchasing a book by a well known and renowned author of Roulette. I teach a skill. It's not a mindless method that would promise to let you treat the casino like an ATM machine. I have pored the past twenty years of experience and testing into this skill set. I want my ideas to be around long after I'm gone.


There are a few people on the internet that will guide you further on your discovery of skills and methods that will actually give you a fighting chance at the casinos. Some of them sell books and others charge thousands of dollars for their secrets. To this point not a single person has published a working book on gambling other that one book published by  Ed Thorp and his 'Beat the Dealer' book written back in the 60's. That's a proven method for beating Blackjack, 21. It's based on a concept know as variable change. (See the movie "21.")


My expertise and research is also based on change. It's based on the coincidences that randomness offers in the short term. The gambler that counts cards in Blackjack gains themselves a short period of time that gives them an advantage, if they are looking for it. I have developed a skill for looking for moments of opportunity like that in Roulette. It's not based on mathematics. I have perfected the art and skill of reading the coincidences found in randomness and am teaching students how to exploit these opportunities. I have been talking about it for more than a decade on the internet forums. I'm known for Reading Randomness and a few other wacky ideas that the mathBoyz hate. I give you the chance to gain experience without going to the casino and losing any money. Prove that you can do it with my training software before you ever go into a casino with money. There can't be a better opportunity for new gamblers to learn advanced concepts like this all in one place. Please consider this because I don't see a lot of experienced players making contributions on this new forum.
#18
General Discussion / Just for the sake of argument?
September 07, 2016, 07:28:52 PM
Just for the sake of argument. I know that's a loaded question. Just assume that I have my Ai artificial intelligence machine project completed. I want to tap the brain trust of this forum on what to do with it if it's really successful.


I'm not claiming that I've done it. But just play along as if I were here with it in hand.


What would be a good idea to do with it?


I thought gambling syndicate, a team effort. I've thought, just a hand full of big spenders get it first or even exclusively.  The last people that I want to see it are the math experts in the academic fields. They'd wreck everything for us all.


How about a room full of players using different ISP's that log into several casinos and use the computer program to select bets. The computer will make a bet selection in less than a second after the next spin is entered. That's plenty of time to make the next bet. Is there a way to watch other players play roulette online? We don't get to do this in the USA.
#19
Gizmotron / What have I contributed in the past ten years?
September 03, 2016, 01:19:21 PM
Let's start with making Spike angry. That is the pivotal point in the past ten years. I decided to take people though my discoveries as a mentor and student experience. This was a threat to Spike, don't ask me why.


Spike is a classic Narcissist, a common personality disorder. His only purpose for being on the internet was to cause confrontation and to create crisis. He fed off of it. It was his Narcissistic supply. When I went against him he set out to destroy me. That's a classic Narcissistic reaction too.


He tried to tell the entire gambling forum world, wherever I was participating, that I only sucked up to him pretending to be a friend, and that I did it in the hopes that he would tell his secret to me. That was a delusion on his part. But that off the target thinking was also a classic part of him being Narcissistic.


So there is the before Spike's temper tantrum and the after it periods.


Before, there was GG, gamblers glen forum, a wild west town if there ever was one.


I created, shared openly, and defended several concepts there first.


1.) The Elegant Pattern
2.) My charting technique and the need for visual dexterity to see trends fast.
3.) A few common characteristics of trends.
4.) Posting first the actual quote phrase "Reading Randomness" taken from an email where Spike suggested a notion of reading the random. It was a sort of plagiarism that infuriated Spike. So it was a tool for me to turn the tables on him in times later. It worked too. My Cheese and Crackers days were all about Narcissistic supply. I tweaked him with the evidence that I was the first to coin the actual phrase. He's a child. He's a drama Queen. He's a rescuer. It's all there to see for yourself. He's such a needy personality. I wonder what that makes me. He was my only allies in the battle for educated guessing as an advantage to flat betting the even chance games.
5,) I shared the existence of the effectiveness state.
6.) I shared the existence of the Global Effect.


Then I came here and taught ten students at no destructive risk to the gambling community as a result.


I waited two years and then proceeded to publish here first the list of characteristics of randomness in the game of Roulette.


I went over the previously disclosed information that I already published elsewhere.


I created and gave out two charting programs that demonstrated my charting techniques.


I explained these concepts and openly and freely attempted to make it clear what I meant.


It's all here if you can put it together on your own.

#20
Gizmotron / my online school
August 26, 2016, 06:32:16 PM
I decided to make an official announcement and offer to my past ten students.


If you were one of my ten students from years ago, I'm offering you a chance to go at it again. This time I built software that really blows away the casino. I show you how to focus just in one area and consequently get really good at it. There are several things that you should add to what I taught you before. You deserve to get in on this round. I know that it will get out sooner as apposed to later. It's too simplified now not to.


I cut the price from $500 down to $200 because I don't have to chat for hours this time. Because you were one of the ten I'm cutting that price in half to $100.


Let me know if that interests you,


Sincerely,
Mark
#21
Gizmotron / It's time to put everything on the line.
August 07, 2016, 05:06:01 AM
I don't need the money. My life could be less accomplished but I don't care anymore.

Here is what is going to happen. The Math Nazis and the absolutist faction of the  probability theorists either win this war or they don't.

I will build the app as a proof of concept device. It will be open source. I will answer every question asked of me here as if I were a tutor asking money for it. I'm done being mad at the naysayers.  I'm ready to wreck the opportunity. DEAL WITH IT.
#22
Inspired by this post:

Quote from: Bacchus on July 22, 2016, 01:11:32 PM

•   Mental, Emotional and Physical preparation. – This is the 1st question I ask myself before I start any session, I have to be honest and know myself if I'm worried, tired or stressed for the day.


Did you know that you can biochemically leave the logic center of your mind behind? Most gamblers do it all the time.

"... , norepinephrine is discharged under stress, arousal, or thrill, so some gamblers gamble to make up for their under dosage."

"there was an experiment constructed where test subjects were presented with situations where they could win, lose or break even in a casino-like environment. Subjects' reactions were measured using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), a neuron-imaging device similar to a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). And according to Hans Breiter, MD, co-director of the motivation and Emotion Neuroscience Centre at the Massachusetts General Hospital, "Monetary reward in a gambling-like experiment produces brain activation very similar to that observed in a cocaine addict receiving an infusion of cocaine."

"A complex system of neurotransmitters, such as serotonin, dopamine, endogenous opioids and hormones, are responsible for what we feel, how we think and what we do. Imbalances within this system have been shown to influence behavior."

"Dopamine Individuals with impulse control or substance use disorders have shown alterations within the dopaminergic pathways, causing them to seek rewards (i.e., gambling or drugs) that trigger dopamine release and result in feelings of pleasure, which reinforces the problematic behaviors. One mechanism of addiction, proposed by Kenneth Blum and colleagues, is "reward deficiency syndrome," a state of chemical imbalance involving multiple genes that causes an individual to crave environmental stimuli to compensate for the inherent imbalance, regardless of the consequences (Blum et al., 1996)."

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It takes deliberate effort to stay in the logical center of your mind. Look it up.
#23
Here is how winning consistently works.

You go on the internet and stumble over everything that doesn't work for years. You try everything you can think of. You overlook advice of others because it has nothing to do with what you are interested in now. Even though any advice has yet to cause the casinos to change tactics in the last 200 years, you keep searching. Some of you do your own research even. You keep this up hoping to discover the so called holy grail that nobody has discovered yet. Once you find it you go silent on the internet forums...

... ... ... ..........................................!

#24
This is the first time I've started a thread in the Baccarat forum. You might wonder why?

I have recently decided to move away from 24 to 26 numbers per bet and dropped back to 16 to 18 numbers per bet. I'm now a 50/50 player and MM issues on this forum apply to my new adventures. Instead of one stream of data B/P, I have many more streams of sets that equate to 50/50 bets. All that means is that I see more opportunities from trends. Still, it's what you do with that data that matters.

That only creates a reality check where the three states, phases, occurs. So the only way to deal with this information is to attack and retreat. That's where I'm at now.

I'm shifting my focus to 90% MM. I believe this is where the focus needs to be. I have boldness issues. I've cut my teeth on flat betting. So my big bets are never more than three times my flat bets. I've discovered that that is not enough. I could be wrong though. I had two bet levels, low and a little higher than low. Now I'm checking to see if 5 times or 10 times my flat bet amount works better. Any advice would be welcome. It's back to school time for me.
#25
RePosted:
Quote from: Jimske on November 30, 2015, 06:18:46 PM

Nonsense.  Total misread.  I can take what I dish!  Your posts were deleted because they were OFF TOPIC.  You still haven't explained in any satisfactory way why one "negates an edge" by betting every hand.  Neither has Gizmo and neither has asymbacc.  So get off your high horse telling me what "we both know"

Here, they will be on topic.

Everyone knows that card counting 21 players wait for opportunity. It's not a mathematical advantage unless they deliberately target a favored condition.

Look at these spin results for 100 spins and 12 different dozens tracked in groups of threes: notice the red dominations?


.....x....xxxx.xxx...xx..x.x.....x..x.....xx..xxx.....xx..x....x...x.......x.x..xx.x..x...x...xx..x. -- 34
xx.x..xxxx....x...xxx.......x.x....x..xxxx..x....x...x..x..xxx..x.....xx..x.x.xx..x....xxx......x..x -- 38
..x.x..................xx.x..x.xx....x............xxx............xx.xx..xx..........xx.....xxx...x.. -- 24

....xx..x.x.x..x.x.x..x....xx..x.x..xxx...x.x.x..x....xx...x...x...xx.x...x.x...x.x...xx..x......xx. -- 36
..xx.......x.x.........xx.x..xx....x.....x......x.x..x....x.x.....x..x.xx..x..x..x......xx..x....... -- 26
xx....xx.x....x.x.x.xx...x......x......xx..x...x...xx...x....x..xx.......x...x.x...xxx.....x.xxxx..x -- 34

............x..xxx.x...xx...x...xx..x.x..x....x.x.x.x.x.....x..x..xx.x.xx.x.....x...x..x.....x...x.. -- 31
..x..xxx.xx..x....x..xx....x.x.........x..xx...x.......x..x.....x.....x....xxxxx.x.x.xx...x.......xx -- 32
xx.xx...x..x..x.....x....xx...xx...x.x..x...x....x.x.x..x..x.x...x..x....x........x.....xx.xx.xxx... -- 33

...........x..x..x.......xx...xxx.x.xx.......x..x....x..xx...xxx................x...........x.xx.x.. -- 24
..x..xxx.xx..x....x..xx....x.x.........x..xx...x.......x..x.....x.....x....xxxxx.x.x.xx...x.......xx -- 32
xx.xx...x...x..xx..xx..xx...x....x.x..x.xx..x.x..xxxx.x....xx....xxxxx.xxxx.......x.x..xxx.x.x..x... -- 44



You could just bet on positions that look like they are heading into a domination, if you know how. Bet $2 per number in the dozen that might be in a state of domination; bet $1 per number on the other dozen that coincidentally appears not to be asleep.

BTW, Gr8player plays like a genius level professional player too.