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Life in Sydney (WITH BETTING LESSON)
« on: September 20, 2016, 11:04:12 pm »
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  • Greetings.

    For several weeks now, when my time permits, I play roulette. This is mainly in live casinos, but also very occasionally at live spin internet casino options like 888live, Dublin Bet, Bet365 and a few others.

    On the internet by far the best outcomes and conditions have been from 888, and profits have been drawn down on request without frustration. This does not mean I win all the time, and this is essential to publish as a principle.....

    Every setting for a roulette game is unique. Before you can relax and successfully read the game to your advantage, you must invest many trial sessions, and observations of the unique conditions and environmental influences with the casino. If this means a few losing sessions so be it. Live play with real money is light years ahead of tests with play money.

    However this past week I have visited The Star casino in Sydney and observed the many changes since I was last available to play live there in that location. Many trips to Sydney but not always able or willing to play roulette. The state of mind, the focus, the resources, the confidence all have to be available to handle the tests which will confront you.

    There are live table games,and on Friday/ Saturday live table games from $2.50 upward, but usually only from $5 units to $25 units on the main public floor. There are automated RNG games by the hundreds. There is also a central live wheel Rapid Roulette offering 3 simultaneous displays from three wheels and dealers when at peak operating times after 6pm.

    Do you know what is the best?  In my view the latter rapid roulette where you can, from the three wheels, select the short cycle pattern behaviour that can give you success.

    I have read the Open Letter from Gizmo to his students.

    Of course I respect his work, writing and interpretation of randomness.

    My own approach is a little different. However it is the old story, and it is without irony that I state it helps to have 30 years of experience to read the game and its intrinsic short cycles. That helps. It is very hard for me to train several students and give them the best tools in my experience, and then see them flounder or become confused. Over the years I have worked with a handful and it appears this has often been the outcome, although principles can be understood. It is in the specific application with real money under various pressures, that many will fail. We all fail at times but in this slippery game of roulette our endeavour is to mitigate loss ( cycles) and enhance win (cycles).

    I have been very open about this on the MB16 threads. It is actually very simple. Find any useful bet ( but not necessarily and inherently winning bet - there are a few) such as the 16 number MB quads, and observe its performance against the house edge.

    Outcomes unfold in cycles; win and loss cycles. The loss cycles are corrective and more than make up (on behalf of the house) for the occasional win streaks. With 16/ 37 it is possible to have several sequences where multiple hits can occur sequentially. The bet characteristic has to be understood, as must be the environment of the casino itself.

    All this requires patience, and multiple earlier test but real money applications. Losses must be kept small by tight RB limits.

    However in order to read a game you do not have to wait long. In my opinion a win cycle bet opportunity emerges about 40% of the total time with MB16. When observing 2 games or more simultaneously as I was doing in Sydney, I arrived saw the target and was out in 7 independent sessions over a 90 minute period while also exploring the massive extent of the casino floor. Sometimes I played as few as 2 spins, and in one case up to 7 spins.

    I use MB16, but also but also WF, my private bet, and other wheel section applications, as well as R/B patterns to  hit the table.

    I use an RB of 100 units and may outlay 50 units or more per spin attack, but the secret leveraging tool of the Rapid Roulette format is the 'Recall' button where in a moment the previous bet can be shaped and if the reading is accurate the bet can be further amplified up to three more times for max impact.

    This is good news for the serious player. It is not hard, and my advice would be to seize +30% return on RB if possible but last night I had an overall night net result of +50% on my total RB ( this included live table losses and slot losses) and in my final session of 7 spins live I turned $200 to $622 through 4 consecutive wins.

    I want to emphasise this is not rare or difficult and of the 50 or so people playing this format of the game in that location, I was the only one jumping up with a print out win ticket after 2, 3, 3, 4, 4, 5, and 7 spin sessions. Most of the time was spent looking for one of three cashier windows in the vast complex as I wandered around also testing a few other interests ( no jackpots that night).

    I have honed this methodology to my game especially this year as many table games are too slow to read, and thus mistakes can occur through impatience.

    The speed of data review available on a screen of 20 prior spins is sufficient to tell you what is working or not.

    My final session success was simply that the dealer was stuck temporarily in a section of the wheel featuring 27,30,11,13, 36 and these were earlier WF candidates. It is a matter of waiting for the opportunity but what I do is have the knowledge and experience to read cluster, repeat and MB criteria, and strike quickly in very short attacks. By the way if a 100 RB fails then double it. Of the seven sessions last night I did that once. If 200 failed I would walk.

    Coming home on the ferry at 9.30pm from the Pyrmont Wharf looking at the city by night light  was a mystical joy magnified by success. It is not hard or difficult to do. I have published enough material openly on this Forum for a dedicated player to assimilate this.


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    Re: Life in Sydney (WITH BETTING LESSON)
    « Reply #1 on: September 21, 2016, 04:08:50 pm »
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  • First, congrats for the win my friend. You deserve it.

    Thanks for your openness too. It motivates and "keeps the lights of hope on" for many would-be players world-wide (you'd be amazed at the extent of individuals a website can reach! The "silent majority", reads with enthusiasm. Plenty even visit every day, We -all posters- were part of this group first, so you know it's a big chunk).

    We all fail at times but in this slippery game of roulette our endeavour is to mitigate loss ( cycles) and enhance win (cycles).

    I have been very open about this on the MB16 threads. It is actually very simple. Find any useful bet ( but not necessarily and inherently winning bet - there are a few) such as the 16 number MB quads, and observe its performance against the house edge.

    Outcomes unfold in cycles; win and loss cycles. The loss cycles are corrective and more than make up (on behalf of the house) for the occasional win streaks. With 16/ 37 it is possible to have several sequences where multiple hits can occur sequentially. The bet characteristic has to be understood, as must be the environment of the casino itself.

    All this requires patience, and multiple earlier test but real money applications. Losses must be kept small by tight RB limits.

    You hit the nail and summarized it up.

    Tracking the lesser part of the "uneven combinations" (19+ on European, 21+ on American) can be "milk-able" by focusing in these corrections, risking very focused units using a long-term money-management framework, reaping “correction chips” if it manifests. As I called this under the Lw framework: "hunting for L's", which is nothing more than aiming at very short-term corrections.

    Never a longer-term “full correction”, but one of the more-frequent “in-session corrections” appearing within the time you are sitting there. Partials included.

    Wiping your session bank must be only happen under terrible misses. Only after several failed focused attacks and never as the result of a single progression gone wrong.

    Most importantly: Part of every unit won within the session must be saved, also part of it must be reinvested to assist the averages for maximizing profits while minimizing losses.

    Look at my 75% Money Management thread for an inter-session money management dealing with both in-session rising as well as creating more “cushion” when things do well.

    Having a bankroll is the “air for us to breath” when gambling. Throughout the years I’ve learned the best money management is the one that cares about the whole picture. Inter-session money management is possibly one of the most-neglected topics when you look at the progressions around. You can rise the base unit for progressive and flat-betting plans alike. Your overall money-management should take care of keeping you in game (creating new “cushion bankrolls”), feeding you (telling you precisely when to take and how much to take for your personal expenses), have a clear maximum loss permitted for each session and also saving you from total wipe-out if you are ever ahead  within your current game when you sit at the table / play.

    These elements are key.

    On the bet selection side, yes, the "statistical pressure" for the correction is eventually going to manifest. The gist is not becoming stubborn and believe it must correct YOUR desired numerical group, but rather to keep it malleable, tracking several possibilities for these opportunities with a sharp eye. Like our forum's own Lady K said, developing "the correct set of eyes" for these groupings is the hardest part... But it is doable, and it may be one of the most rewarding skills for you to have if you take these games seriously.

    A player can eventually come to this type of game as a personal conclusion by spending their money. Some notice the clumping of RED/BLACK colors on the marquee, also the “GREENS CALLING THE GREENS” common saying.  Losing bank after bank through time can be a teacher, but it isn’t the only way -or even the best way- to notice these session cycles and clumping “facts” for those who want to develop these skills and/or possibilities.

    There is enough material on the net and programs to practice with (I’m doing my part with pdBets to assist on the free software side).

    My best advice being: “Invest time instead of chips to learn”.

    It’s basically all laid out there, if you want to see it.

    Cheers!
    Vic
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    Re: Life in Sydney (WITH BETTING LESSON)
    « Reply #2 on: September 24, 2016, 10:50:00 pm »
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  • Yes thanks for this very constructive and timely input Vic.

    I am back home again now in Christchurch, but I must say, along with many others... 'I love Sydney'.

    What a fantastic lifestyle.