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This is an example of a Bad Set from live play a few weeks ago. Note that the other sets perform well although requiring recovery play over a +150 spin slice. The Bad Set was one of my usual favourites the Finales.

I will give the scores for the other sets but a more detailed study of the problematic chaotic Finales Set. And we shall see if there are warnings or safe passages or other options available. What can we learn from this apart from always staying alert?

31
20
8
21
14
33
10
2
29
21
13
27
15
3
26
14
32
24
2
32
11                             D -54
22
31
19
23
24
9               Finales D  V14 now this earlier without slippage allowance was a problem yet 19 as a D is the key (7-8-9 and 30)
19                        D1  +27
31
20
22
13
19                        D2  -9
----- WF10

17                        D3  +27  ( D recovery complete -9 o/a)
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3
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0
11
------ WF 6

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30
18
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19
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32
12
----- WF 1

31
0
14
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2
18

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5
7
33
16
27
23
7
----- WF 1

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33     
5
17
31
9
33               B  -54
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3
21
35
26
28
21
32               B  V23
23
3
15
9
1
9
24              B1   -27
21
------WF 3

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33
1
11
1                     B -54
30
23
28
2                     B  VR
33
14                   B  VR1  +18
27
20
25
33                   
---- WF 2         B  -54

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26
21
6
16
6
33
17
36
36
18
9
17
15
24                     B VRR
14                     B VRR 1  +27
32                     B VRR 2  +27
36
----- WF 3

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18
24                     B VRR 3  +0
12                     B VRR 4  +27        and close recovery  ( o/a -90 for B) an unusually long recovery for B)
30
------- end of session                     but Finales Set score was o/a    +54   despite recoveries included  +54 in 150 spins
WF
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1
1
3
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3

a strategy that can navigate and transcend other tough sequences.....

Do you know in setting this out I discovered the solution or key to the problem here on the D recovery for the Finales Set. It was not a horror sequence after all. In this example and in another recently I found a key to ease the problem.

Note this:


The definition of  sets are as follows.....
In playing recoveries we do not want losing games or rejects. The answer is instead of playing 9 number sets for recoveries allow for slippage and play 10-11 numbers if necessary ( smaller payout  but crucial wins that keeps the game flowing.....example

Finales

D    7,8,9 and number 30  but also ADD 19 ( which we had treated as a non number)
that unlocks this sequence - see example

A, B, C  as per usual nine numbers

Wheel


When playing recoveries....
A  not only the nine numbers 12 -4 inclusive around the wheel   ADD  28 and 21 as overlaps ( or just 21)

B  not only playing 21-26 incl but ADD  4 and 11 (or just 4)
 
C  not only playing 11-33 incl but ADD 1 and 36 ( or just 1)

D  not only playing 28-20 incl but ADD 1 and 12 (or just 1)

For the other divisions one could ADD zero to Street A  and with Table  ADD Zero to A 1-9

Those adjustments are for Recovery Play only to facilitate better flow and slippage easier margins.

Finales  +54  peak at +144
Wheel   +18  peak at +99
Streets +126 peak at +126
Table    +117 peak at +207

Not such a horror session after all !

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XXVV Studio / Re: SESSIONS OF LIVE PLAY- EXAMPLES OF BEST AND WORST
« on: December 04, 2020, 11:29:30 pm »
With further reference to "virtual ' play, I can add some interesting and time saving detail for those who are prepared to learn.

In my 'Private Bet' I share a technique that can offer over 50% + edge for the player ( a range 25-100%), and in short burst I can show you where, you can achieve in excess of +5 units per spin. I have already illustrated some and will show more soon. However there is always another side to the coin in our binary picture show fantasy world (more on that later in a new section later in December and which has a working title - 'What is Life' -lol). As well as genius passages from 10-50 spins, I can illustrate nightmare passages hundreds of spins duration. The amazing truth though is that, like any dream, you can wake up, and leave the drama, at will. Certainly while semi hypnotised and driven by an insane ego, the addicted roulette player may see a fortune in expensive cash chips going down the money chute ( casino profit chute). However you can stop and walk at one spin notice. The casino bank cannot do that, But you can. One extra 'degree of freedom'.

Part of the deal with the Private Bet is that sometimes losses and failures occur. There is a 'Recovery Technique' that can recover some or all of earlier losses. Sometimes but not every time. Like walking through bad terrain it is smarter to avoid from the outset once recognised.

However if drawn in and a recovery is needed, then play three recovery bets, one after the other. One alone will only break even the cost of doing the recovery. The 'profit' occurs in bets 2 and 3. For example at best, a loss is -54 units and a first hit recovery bet is +27. A second bet offers another +27 opportunity, and a third bet ( sometimes four are enabled) offers another +27 if hit immediately.
That would be ideally -54+27+27+27. A nice result but rare. It is usually, statistically sampled, a mix of first, second and sometimes third or fourth attempts.

It is your choice but there is a measured net gain. If you choose to avoid such phases of play then this is where 'virtual ' play can edit out all the risky passages until after the statistical balance is restored ( 3-4  virtual recovery hits) and then resume 'live' play. I can assure you that such use of virtual play is beneficial. However it also more beneficial ( although risky) to play the full recovery phase live. More often than not you will succeed and add to your net profit.

Better though is to steer clear of such troubling passages of play. I will illustrate the signs and signals later.

Next I will illustrate a horror passage just to demonstrate the negative extreme. After that several brilliant passages from other games.

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XXVV Studio / Re: MARKET REPORT
« on: December 04, 2020, 11:00:55 pm »
Purpose of the image links I have provided is to introduce you to my favoured specialists - those who I have come to trust, respect and admire over several years.

So I will not keep repeating their remarkable reports although we are blessed to be in a time when these guys n gals are posting 2-3 reports per week. We are at such a crucial tipping point time.

My own major US private investment is providing a Zoom call for us tomorrow, and it is anticipated 'our' crypto coin will be released in about 2 weeks time. On so many levels the period 14-21 December is going to contain so much that is resonant and quite possibly a tipping point in itself.

Once released I will talk about the coin and what may be brought forth. I personally believe it will offer 1000x opportunity over a 2-3 year timeframe, and already even though private has achieved 5 x growth in value this past 18 months. I have been invested over 2 years as a private early adopter, and beta tester. I can tell you that is not for the faint hearted.

Steve has today provided yet another Bitcoin advisory. In short it could bounce down to $13,500 USD and will soon bounce up 25-50% higher. I think Max has said earlier he thought it might reach $80,000 USD by end of this year, or was that next?  I am not sure as time has done weird things this 'year'. DCA is always the best policy and just keep growing as affordable for you. To be a Trader/ Swing Trader is stressful and if you just take a 1-3 year overview, you can just all relax !

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XXVV Studio / Re: MARKET REPORT
« on: December 02, 2020, 09:42:29 pm »
Simon Dixon on MONEY

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XXVV Studio / Re: SESSIONS OF LIVE PLAY- EXAMPLES OF BEST AND WORST
« on: December 02, 2020, 09:39:00 pm »
In my previous cycle of published work 3-5 years ago there was some debate about the merits or otherwise of 'Virtual' play.

As I have said many times, to be successful in this mode of applied mathematics, being cluster analysis and games within games, triggers and stops, an open mind is important. To be a positive sceptic is the good balance. Try and test. Trial and error. The cathedral masons used this approach. Likewise Simon Dixon this morning in his talk about Money ( see Market Report today) is very critical of gambling mentality and the herd approach of manipulation by certain well known marketers who spread polluted thinking in crypto.

I am happy to work with gamblers in a gambling environment but I intend to be and am in this world but not necessarily ' of it ' or hypnotised by it. Think clearly and freshly.

We 'monitor' up to 4 'sets' of differing number 'characteristics'. But we may choose to play none or just one, subject to short cycle observation and selective discrimination. The material observed and not live played is virtual. The example above showed the benefit of early selection of one set, and rejection of the three others. The three rejects all showed signs of failure and long delays ( within 20 spins or so). The selected set showed choppy play and wins on first or second attempts, with over a dozen successive wins and an earning rate of about +8 units per spin ( massive short cycle edge).

There are other applications of virtual play but we will not go into these at this stage. Keep an open mind. Look below the surface always.

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XXVV Studio / Re: SESSIONS OF LIVE PLAY- EXAMPLES OF BEST AND WORST
« on: December 02, 2020, 07:19:30 am »
Session #2   Excellent sample with one set of four performing really well

Live session today 4 Sets played and they were W T F S  ( wheel, table, finale, streets) rating  C.  A+ .  C.  C

These are grades for performance with C as break even  A being excellent and A+ being superb

The Table Set performed while other sets were disappointing. In fact Wheel Set earned +360 units in a space of 46 spins within 60 spin sample.  In fact WF 11 was registered but followed by WF 2.

C
D
D
D
A
A
B
C
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D
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D
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B   this features the choppy play composition of outcomes which is so fertile
B   easy to read as very few runs of same element and also clusters of two elements quite short.
C
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D
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D
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C
A
B
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C
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C
-----

KEY
+9 +27    fairly rare example where a Ladder Bet ( very reliable) overlaps with an eventual cluster bet.
+18
+27
+18
+27
+9
+27
+18
+27
+27
+27
0
0
+18
+27
+27
+27
-----

Principle :  Observe all  the 4 sets but halt (virtual) play where sets are lengthy and blocked clusters. Play the choppy set live and extent of good returns extended beyond 40 spins.

Virtual Play is where the play is monitored but not played live in actual live betting. Here 3 sets virtual and one set ( Table) is live.

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XXVV Studio / Re: SESSIONS OF LIVE PLAY- EXAMPLES OF BEST AND WORST
« on: December 01, 2020, 10:58:46 pm »
Another little secret/ observation.

9 is a fundamental core resonance/ building number

Add sum 1-9 , adds to 45, reduces to 9 (3x3).

Look for resonance in multiples of 9's, ie 9, 18,27,36 and allow for 'slippage' being neighbours and 1 or 2 spins either side of target.

Notice the symmetry of 22 > 28 then later 28 (flash trigger red flag) >  22 ( which broke the WF deadlock).  These events are 27 spins apart.  These alerts must become second nature to you.

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XXVV Studio / Re: MARKET REPORT
« on: December 01, 2020, 08:58:39 pm »
This was Steve's latest report - came in just a few minutes ago.

His technical advice on BTC, ETH and XRP has been fantastic.

My own personal holdings are still waiting in the wings so to speak, but clearly the Crypto market is alive and awakening. Be prepared however for likely manipulated volatile corrections for Bitcoin.

Steve has been a loyal provider of updates for me throughout the past 3 years. I am not a technical trader but if you are interested his courses are now available at best value as he has improved his efficiency and presentations. They are expensive but can be spread to assist. Through technical trading I know it is an opportunity to benefit from Bitcoin volatility and I know several who have added to their holdings by timing sell and buy.

Overall I recommend DCA. Dollar Cost Averaging is always the smartest way to buy in - fixed amounts over fixed time intervals. That way you always collect on peaks and troughs.

Hope you enjoy and climb aboard.

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XXVV Studio / Re: MARKET REPORT
« on: December 01, 2020, 08:49:57 pm »

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XXVV Studio / SESSIONS OF LIVE PLAY- EXAMPLES OF BEST AND WORST
« on: December 01, 2020, 08:43:09 pm »
Session #1

live recently - some brilliant WF moments with great recovery phase and some bad drama - steer well clear

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13    13
6      6
0
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36
0      0
17
0      hit  WF 3 very nice
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0      LWB hit
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30
20   Wheel D V  (after -54)   
14   D1  +27
22   D2  +27
28   D3  +27
26
29   D4  +18
33
20      20 (WF)
8
12
36
26      26
15      15
4
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4         4
6
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29      29
36      36
6        6
18
34      34
1
16      16
33      33
18      18
21
12      12
28      28
22      22   (note earlier 22/28)
5        5
22      hit  WF 15  !!!
-----

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12     notice earlier targets appear
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18
31
21
3
3
11
16
----- end of session

WF 15  very rare  ( 1 in 1000)    Worst I have seen I believe was WF17.

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Sometimes it is very important and helpful to pause and 'step back'. This is done in order to reflect, take advice and consider overview and best way forward.

I have done that here and note the large amount of material I have published over past 10 years in various forums. The answer I have found is to use this 'pause' in our society ( lockdowns and/ or delays) to see the big picture and form a simple plan to execute and complete my goal.

December will be used as massive review and organisation opportunity.

I can offer a range of techniques for all approaches to the game of roulette and will set these out in short summary and bullet points + update/ review and edit.

However the emphasis and final goal is to share the most effective and professional CWB that I can research and test. This is fast and in essence, once understood, simple. Overlay this with the earlier Swiss Dreams and Charles ACETF criteria and it is amusing to see how their criteria are met. My bet is best used only on the basis that pre-selection of session and playing conditions are met. Perhaps only 25- 30% of sessions pre-qualify and coming upon such opportunities requires experience and good fortune/ timing. But as we know fortune favours the prepared mind.

Yes only the A type and B+ type sessions qualify.

In coming weeks I will assess the sessions I come upon and in the usual format will grade 100 sessions and provide some examples. I will also illustrate those that offer a short 10-40 spin opportunity ( this is mostly the case) and also show what follows.... This is a warning because opportunity is like a flower in bloom ( accelerated time frame) and soon following is the corrective and destructive re-balancing phase. Timing is of the essence. Entry + Action + Exit.

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XXVV Studio / Re: PRIVATE BET MEETS SUPERBET
« on: December 01, 2020, 03:43:41 am »
From observation of several years, anecdotal and not statistical evidence, it seems that when say three sets ( eg Wheel, Finales and Streets) are noted, they are all ( or certainly 2/3) co-operative and synchronistic when clumping and hence choppy quick fast earning often mostly on 1st or 2nd attempts to win. Either that or it is chaotic disorderly and blocked - ie hostile to play. All at once.

You might think all the sets are totally independent, just as outcomes are supposedly non connected. Of course we know, when we learn to see and understand this is partly true. It is both independent and yet connected. Clearly there is scope there for science ( with an open mind).

Here are a couple of live session examples from today.

Look at this from the screen when I arrived at the table.....

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28
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30  live
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0
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7  //
5
12  ///
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27
3
5
-----
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33
20
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35
14
1
----- close

/// symmetries


later this afternoon...

5
8
20
16  //
20        20
9
25  **
32
21
18   ////
19
14
32        32
25  **  25  B
17             B
23             C hit           +18
23        23 C
31             D hit           +18
29             D
18        18 D
3               A hit            +9
27             B hit  4 hits  +27      +72 units in approx 10-12 spins play on Wheel Set - similar rate of return on Finales Set
20  hit WF5
-----   

Running Rating of Grade of Sessions  past 48 hours  A being excellent D being diabolical

A
C
D
B
B
B
A

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XXVV Studio / Re: The Private Bet
« on: November 30, 2020, 09:52:39 pm »
Postscript

Final WF data for the 30 sessions test  30 x 100 spins

133 hits in 3000 spins  average 22.5 spins per WF game

Distribution of Numbers of Targets Qualified per Winning Game

1  22
2  19   41
3  27   68    51%   1-3 incl  approx half of all games   always peaks at 3 targets
4  21   89    67%   1-4 incl  about   2/3 of all games
5  10   99
6  13   112
7  14   126   95%
8   4    130
9   1    131
10 1    132
11 1    133

As discussed many times this is not a CWB - it has no definitive edge but accurately measures a phenomenon of repeats for advantage

It is a sound strategy to superimpose this play technique - short stopped progression  - with Private Bet play.

In Super +Prime Bet we will eventually demonstrate a prime CWB strategy for a most efficient bet and parlay staking plan for short cycles +75% edge ( range 25-100). Part of this instruction will be a checklist of sessions to avoid/ warning signs to keep clear/ and signs to join the session for success ( about 66% of sessions).

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Add to this list
'A Wonderful Bet'
D+C work 2013-5 files and testing on other forums
new Doz +Col work 2020
Total Roulette 2015

There is much more work than I originally had recognised, so will use December for editorial review and publish worthwhile data and bullet points early 2021.

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XXVV Studio / Re: PRIVATE BET MEETS SUPERBET
« on: November 29, 2020, 11:04:03 pm »
The hint for 'clustering' or signaling of course is for short cycles. Key to understanding roulette to your advantage is to recognize , accept and acknowledge 'Short Cycles'.

By this I mean 10-40 spins, sometimes longer, but read where the opportunity switches on and switches off.

Here is a short sequence from a recent live game,,...Finales Set

B
C
D
D
D
A  ladder bet ( three or more same element)  trigger C
C  hit  +27
B
A
D  trigger C in cycle bet CBAD
D
A
C  hit and trigger B  +9
B  hit +27
D  trigger A as cycle bet in is cluster mode ( one-two attempt as strictly the A prior is close)
A  hit +27 and trigger C
B
C  hit +18

play then switches to longer cluster mode as the potential cycle bet DABC is delayed ( a warning signal) and also earlier D's too close.


5 hits in quick succession +108 units in 18 spins  - excellent opportunity to take profit

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