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General Discussion / Re: Refreshing the forum after the 17th
« on: November 17, 2019, 02:12:15 pm »
Things are finally coming back to normal :nod:

I'm back to coding & back on resuming where we left for having a successful month online :thumbsup:

General Discussion / Refreshing the forum after the 17th
« on: November 08, 2019, 10:04:53 pm »
Hello guys, somewhere between Nov. 18th to 30th there's going to be a forum refreshing to either the latest version of this engine (bug-free) or a totally new engine (currently pondering the available options here :nod:)

We're still ending the year with some more goodies and hopefully I can resume my roulette coding soon (both the very few private ones left as well as the new public domain releases).

As to me, I've been occupied doing a slew of new & exciting things locally (online-wise been setting up a world-wide crowdfunding campaign for opening 2020!)

...things should be back to normal by the second half of this month.

Thank you very much,

A happy-to-be-around,

Albalaha's Exclusive / Re: Safeguard yourself from the worst of variance
« on: October 15, 2019, 03:06:18 pm »
Thanks for sharing this Sumit,

Interesting synchronicity as I'm studying possible ways to do "dispersion mangling" efficiently. i.e. checking if something as simple as changing locations can help, as well as other techniques.

Some Spaniard players swear they can withstand great amounts of dispersion by "evolving" and "devolving" numerical coverage, according to the game's flow + bankroll movement(s).

The basic play being to widen the coverage on dispersion, then squeezing the most by reducing coverage (hence increasing the payout) "when it is your time" as they say.

Nice to see your approach for the even chances  :thumbsup:

General Discussion / INVITATION: New Public Domain Software
« on: October 05, 2019, 11:15:46 pm »

As many of you know, my utmost goal is making a living helping others. As the year ends, it is a great timing for achieving that. Furthermore, beyond this 2019, it is the beginning of a new DECADE.

Let's make the upcoming 2020's a harmonious time of helping each other. Every member of the community offering his or her unique gifts.

On my side, my gift is programming hence my offering is creating software, 100% dedicated to the Public Domain :nod:

I've quit my day job & began 'widening the scope' for reaching more fellows by expanding the connected forums being assisted.

As much as it is my passion and my pleasure to code for the world, I'm certain that by getting to the folks whose passion and joy is to enable those who are spearheading change, we can do a very positive work in tandem to power the next decade of programming abundance (and beyond).

This is a wonderful model where everyone enjoys the resulting public domain releases, the published source code can be re-used by other fellow programmers, patrons get their programming requests served and me and my family get an improved life, supported by the community (of appreciative members).

Headquarters for this new operation @ www.patreon.com/publicdomain

Hope to see you participating there!  :applause:

Roulette + betting software suggestions are welcome.

Thanks from a most-happy,

www.Roulette.tools / Re: On sleepers being treated as "hot"
« on: September 27, 2019, 02:15:35 pm »
Other than this, I do not see any use of so called sleepers.

You can use the sleeper group as a foundation for wakers, considering a hit in the sleeper a signal after which you'd begin your "measured attack".

Depending on the size of the numerical group, you can calculate for how long to sustain bets. As a general rule, being always careful past a full cycle. Definitely never past 1.5 cycle of bets.

(Sleepers "clump" as other groups do too, hence they are usable in "clumping" frameworks :nod: )

General Discussion / Re: Fourm re-install
« on: September 27, 2019, 02:10:28 pm »
I am talking about the last one that took away the chatting functionality.

Yes, last one was pretty "special"... :whistle:

Anyway, seems the next deep (full) re-install is going to have to wait. I'm simply trying to get chat back and fix some details without much interruption.

Let's see how it goes. No big disruption expected :nod:

General Discussion / Re: Fourm re-install
« on: September 23, 2019, 04:28:08 am »
Why installs and re-installs take so many days?

This one to fix chat + details got postponed to be done during the week, in small incremental chunks.

It should serve us to close the month back in shape.

(I can't answer for the particular one you're referring to which took days; it may have been "special")

General Discussion / Fourm re-install
« on: September 20, 2019, 06:31:34 am »
We'll be re-installing the forum during the next following days to fix chat + other details :nod:

Just advising so in case you hit a "bumpy experience" on the weekend.

Cheers! :thumbsup:

Alrelax's Blog / Re: 9-11-2001
« on: September 11, 2019, 06:15:23 am »
May you and your family find reassurance and love during these difficult times.

General Discussion / Re: It's been a good ride. Thank you!
« on: September 10, 2019, 05:10:21 am »
Our github repository is shaping @ https://github.com/publicdomain

There is a "pdBets"  code repository already :thumbsup:

(You'll surely notice releases' links around :) )

General Discussion / It's been a good ride. Thank you!
« on: September 07, 2019, 02:06:45 am »
Hello guys, it's been a good ride throughout all the years we've been sharing together.

As I move to the public domain side, you can follow a continuation of my online endeavors at: https://www.patreon.com/publicdomain

Hope to see some of you guys passing by to say "hi" @ patreon.

You can always reach me at: publicdomainvic@gmail.com

A very grateful,

Me, You & Them / Re: 9-1-2019 A Thought for the New Month Today
« on: September 01, 2019, 09:13:25 pm »
When you do well you become a sign of hope to the optimist


General Discussion / Downtime on the 17th -we'll be back!
« on: August 16, 2019, 02:42:10 pm »
Hello guys, on-point announcement here:

Due to reasons outside of our control the forum is going offline from August 17th up to an indeterminate amount of time; nonetheless, do rest assured we're definitely coming back online again :nod:

Thank you very much for your patience and understanding.

As they say "it happens" --but we'll be back :D

Hello dear Sumit. It's okay; everyone's entitled to an opinion.

If you think positive/compounding progressions' earnings on high-paying locations are fiction (or simply dreams) that's perfectly fine with me and I won't argue with you for a second. At all!

What I'm suggesting is simply losing the least during bad times + using clumping events for winning the most to offset misses in a natural/organic way instead of "chasing". That's simply one of unlimited possible personal ways to face the game; I certainly have nothing to prove at this time of my life so my only concern is with my bankroll, as I suppose is the same as yours :nod:

I'm not even motivated to post about low-paying betting schemes. It's been years since I post "cancellations" or similar schemes. I have gone through the big negative banks before with many variations and "tweaks" but at this time in my life I simply prefer to regress after a moderate-bankroll bust and recoup in the eventual clump.

For the sake of avoiding even a shadow of a conflict let me tell you are 100% right: Guarantees? NONE!  :no:

...Yet I find it resounding better with me and my current framework for the last several years (see the dates on the posts; when you stick with something for years it may mean either you're a glutton for pain or there may be something to it :D)

Quite a pleasure discussing with you too; as I move to the Public Domain scene & devote myself full-time to helping mankind in several productive ways, these bet-related interactions are scheduled to become lesser and lesser, until most likely eventually becoming nonexistent, so let's enjoy them while they last! :cheer: :rose:


Hello Sumit, I've quit trying to beat the low-paying location & focused on losing the least + winning more to "patch" the balance with positive schemes.

I read over your topic talking of 75% MM but failed to get its gist.

The gist: having your "first" bankroll played to increase its unit value.

Creating more minimal/starting unit bankrolls with the enlarged wins.

After losing your first bank, regressing to the very least unit afterward to give back minimal-unit value in case of concatenated busts.

It would be great to hear from you if you could offer something valuable in handling bad and tricky stretches.

In this framework you don't "handle the worst"; you pass through the worst with minimal unit value, losing the least in the hopes your positive trams offset them.

Looking for something 100% sure in gambling isn't the most optimal IMHO; there are no guarantees in these games. At one point you just have to let things go and assume a bankroll bust. The point being "does your positive tram(s) give you enough to overcome the negatives?"... such a thing can only be answered by your own betting, I'm afraid.

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