Well XXVV, what was being tried to be indicated here, was the Edge and the fact that CEH mentioned to look for something with an ratio of 3 to 1.

In an other commend on his message board its being said that an loossing session tends to loosse with 2 patterns.

Tasha said: April 25th, 2010 5:51 pm

Its not so hard to convert that 50 to 25wining ones because losing session tend to loose ONLY with 2 paterns the hardest part is to know how to use that 25 to your advantage. And Compa i will not answer your question sorry... if u understand odds u will know how many exactly...

I also saved the pages from the W3M website. There was even an list published with all the clues summerized, unfortunaly i lost that list because of my pc-crash.

There have been lots of people looking into the so called CWB. Then when the fraud happend, people started to doubt if there was any true to the CWB.

Because if the CWB would be there, why would one fraud...??.....

Researching the CWB i found a lot of intresting things, however they did not stand the test of time.

Even recently i came up with something that could be intresting.

I remmember CEH talking about the Edge. So what is the Edge??

Well the Edge is when you are looking to the other side. In my opinion. Like in the post above with the EC.

ROL - like the number 7. The Edge is the other side, like the number 20.

ROH

REL

REH

Opposite

BEH - Number 20.

BEL

BOH

BOL

Now lets count how much the EC there are -,

Here are 6 numbers spun of yesterdays Wiesbaden permenanzen "Tisch 2" vom 28.11.2015 -,

33

0 - leave out the zero.

23

13

34

4

9

3 Blacks.

3 Reds.

3 Highs.

3 Lows.

4 Oneven

2 Evens.

In other words they balance them self out if one takes it from 6 spins, equalizing themselfs or not equalizing themselfs. I take 6 spins because there are 6 EC's.

If there would be 1 red only then there must be 5 black.

If on 1 side there would of all 3 EC only 1 of them, then there must be 5 of them on they other side.

If there would be no red on 1 side, then there must be 6 blacks on the other side.

How low of an amount does it get, well all EC's can get as low equalized as 3. So then there would be 3 of every EC. 3 Reds, 3 Blacks, 3 Evens, 3 Onevens, 3 High, 3 low.

How low does it get when not equalized, well zero on one side and 6 on the other side.

Could this be explored??

Is this an CWB....??..... or " The CWB " .....??.....

Why....??..... well you are always gona get more EC from one or the other. They cannot all show only 1 time in 6 spins. If some EC show zero time then they must show 6 times on the other side. Or, when all equalizing, 3 on 1 side, and 3 on the other side.

If you take 6 spins everytime, there bound to be more of several of them. So you have an CWB, the trick is in knowing which one will show more then once........