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General Discussion / My side, new projects, comments
« on: June 17, 2019, 11:41:27 am »
Hello there! The recent announcement of my resignation and "letting go" of the board may come to you as a surprise. As a matter of fact, just a few days ago it wasn't even on the table!

This was a flash agreement picking up a former one with Glen as part of the possible paths for the board.

The big-picture scenario being this:

I've quit my day job & I'm moving forward in this (rather wonderful) "game of life" toward fulfillment by doing what I love.

Programming for the public domain and actually discussing systems/methods is more in line with my inner/personal goals, so I've taken on the opportunity.

My new spaces being developed are +

Our paths are still together for the next five (5) years as I remain the forum's tech guy during this period as per the new agreement.

As I leave  all "forum politics" aside to focus on software development and actual betting-only engagement @ the new sites, productivity comes as a natural byproduct in the form of new releases for our community and the internet at large.

I took this step to begin living a more-enriching life as a result of this move. My wife is supportive of it since my online goal is driven (first & foremost) by sustaining our family. She's happy, I'm happy, our son's happier, the members who want to discuss bet selection & actually see something coming in the form of software surely get to be happier.

Also, members who enjoy the forum "as is" should be happier too since basically remains the same it has been posting-wise for some time now with no disruption in sight for the foreseeable future.

Well, just wanted to express my side.

I go back to productivity & coding. As we expand to doing public domain work now, we are poised to be a positive force for enriching more than one life.

May some of you who read this use and enjoy the new software releases & dig our new endeavors/sites.

A balanced, focused & happy,

This is a "protocolar annoucement" regarding forum sale:

Hello everyone.  Here is my official announcement about BetSelection Website and Forum Board.  Short and Simple.  I am making following announcement today as it was released from our counsel which I edited down to this:

"I have sold the Website and Forum, BetSelection to Alrelax (Glen).  Glen transferred the money on Friday to our counsel and it is currently being rerouted to me and my family.  I confirm that, after the confirmation from our counsel.  There is nothing else to post, answer or question regarding the transaction that occurred.  The transaction is subjected to a legal confidentiality agreement and other legal binding terms prohibiting further answering and engagement of Q&A inquiries regarding it.

The entire site is now owned in full without any further monetary obligation by Glen.  I plan to stay on without open forum involvement as Glen's IT and technical employee which he has contracted with me for a period of five years.

I wish everyone well and thank you for your understanding of what was best for my family that Glen made possible".

Signed, Victor/VLS.

General Discussion / Re: What to do with the forum?
« on: June 17, 2019, 10:23:48 am »
I wish you the best luck with your future endeavours.

Thank you!

Regarding my new endeavors, I'm following my passion here. I've quit my day job, I'm now at home programming both generic tools & software for the public domain, as well as betting-oriented software. It feels right.

My goal being to support one (1) family of three (3) thanks to my online activities. This is perfectly doable with a PublicDomain website + the new BetOnly site.

I realize the place of most productivity for me right now is to serve the world with my development. Gambling-discussion-wise, the best outcome is for me to engage in actual betting discussion for readers to extract their most productive interpretation.

I'm 100% for a positive shift in our interactions & offerings to the world. The gist is doing what you feel passionate about so it doesn't feel like work at all. That's what I'm doing right now!

My online & offline activities are more intermingled than ever!

Personal fulfillment, family happiness & being of service to the world as a completely-natural byproduct. Now this is becoming a dreamy life manifestation to me :rose: I'm loving it & following it up  :cheer:

General Discussion / Re: What to do with the forum?
« on: June 17, 2019, 04:24:22 am »
Good ideas, Sputnik.

I'd love to see Victor play to his strength which is coding across an impressive range of different coding-languages.

Thanks to all thread participants for your creative suggestions! (indeed :thumbsup:)

Hey! The show's not over. We're bringing our to life along with several software projects to fruition (BetSoftware & Tools).

I'm finally home & devoting to making a living online, so this time there are no excuses. means it; it's basically the betting-focused forum I've ever wanted to host, sponsored by the betting software I'm finally able to put online. continues its course with Glen.

Some of us system-focused guys are going to feel warm & cozy @ the new!

Alrelax's Blog / Re: Announcement Coming! RE: BetSelection Board
« on: June 16, 2019, 11:19:01 pm »
Remember check in later today, Father's Day for an announcement by Victor who will proudly, sincerely and definitively make the announcement I am referring to.

Have a great Father's Day talk to y'all later.

Happy Father's day to all our members who enjoy the opportunity & real wonder of having their offspring come to exist to carry a part of us in life.

Yes, it's time to announce we are taking a different path forward, albeit remaining in touch.

General Discussion / Re: What to do with the forum?
« on: June 15, 2019, 07:40:43 am »
Thank you Bally, even closing the board would leave me satisfied knowing we had a good run. It would also free me to focus on what I consider productive.

My main priority for this decade is to be productive & helping my family thrive. Anything aligning with this purpose is worth pursuing.

We'll have a definitive announcement "Re: What to do with the forum" rather soon.

General Discussion / What to do with the forum?
« on: June 14, 2019, 04:32:02 pm »
Hi guys,

The forum's current state does not reflect my ideal on a place to discuss about bet selection, money management & betting-related topics/material.

I'm pondering what to do about it.

  • We won't close.
  • We won't sell.

...But it doesn't really feel right to let it stay "as is" right now.

What would I prefer to run? A community where:

  • Members actually discuss betting topics only.
  • People treat each other in an amicable/polite fashion.

While we can't really force people to like each other, it is wise to be open to suggestions on how to deal with our current situation.

Yes, we can always reboot the site & start with a new clean slate, but let's hear your suggestions.

Both "inside the box" and "outside the box" approaches welcome.

Our next software release is our new "BetMaker" for people to create bots compiled at our site's server.

This is still a malleable stage. We're actually going to release the new tools @

Once they're online it's either BetMaker or our latest BetSoftware (they share code-base).

Good thing is I'm home & coding toward our projects actively. We're finally having the ability to make fresh 2019 releases :thumbsup:

24 / Free & Fifty technique (Money management)
« on: June 03, 2019, 04:29:50 pm »
This is a money management technique aimed at obtaining a free bankroll to play @ the regular 50% compounding rate used by the tools with no stop win.

It has two stages:

1) Free bankroll stage.

From the beginning of the game, you re-invest 100% of your wins back into the main bankroll to increase the betting unit, up to the point of doubling your bank.

This stage is aimed at cutting the exposure time of your own money needed to double your bankroll.

Once you have doubled, you set your initial bankroll apart (plus any other won unit) then begin betting worry-free as you won't lose anything.

From this point onward it's a true free-play session.

2) Fifty percent stage.

Once you have your free bankroll to risk made out of casino money, you can play with a 50% compounding rate knowing it's pure profit.

This stage's aim is obtaining the most units for your profit & lifetime reserve as per:

(Original MM post)

50% of all net wins go back to being re-invested to rise the unit, while the other 50% is split between your profits & lifetime reserve.

There is no stop-win in order to match the objective of making the most out of the tools' positive trams. Your session ends only with your last possible bet. At this point you take your bankrolls' leftover units (adding more when enlarged in value), then it's back to stage #1.

25 / 98-unit parachute
« on: June 02, 2019, 09:17:36 am »
This parachute differs from the traditional 36-unit parachute in the following points:

  • It begins from the double-street in order to maximize first-cycle gains & "opening" it for regular juicier payouts.
  • Always attains +1 (or more) when hitting.
  • Attaches a straight-up progression toward its continuation to spin #62.

Spin #LocationBet amountLoss + CostAmount wonProfit

Since a 100-unit bankroll is considered for the tools, there are always 2 units left. This is by design; given the 98-unit parachute is being used while compounding, the units increase in value. This can prove a helpful token.

26 / 3 cycles to start
« on: June 02, 2019, 06:56:09 am »
All the betting tools require 3 full cycles to start.

  • European: 37 * 3 = 111 spins.
  • American: 38 * 3 = 114 spins.
  • No zero:  36 * 3 = 108 spins.


In my years of playing I've found out 3 straight-up cycles is a fair point to get a taste of the numerical "averages" as well as enough spins for grasping where the game is "flowing" toward.


Any number not showing for the past 3 cycles is certainly a sleeper one.

You can see how hot numbers moved from cycle to cycle.

Also, you get a pretty fair view on the rhythm of intricacies such as "waker" numbers/locations, their wheel & layout matches/movements along with stats on how they relate to each other.

Three cycles is definitely enough to determine which ones continued steadily together with knowing the ones which halted their state & mutated to suit your filters.

...While many other betting systems do begin betting earlier, any reasonable punter would be happy to wait in line for a better chance to win compared to his current method :)

Data collection comes at no cost.

  • Spins from first 3 full cycles are free in all of our tools.
  • Only spins where the tools call an actual bet count toward using bought spin credits.
  • After the initial spin window is collected, all the tools proceed to call bets on every newly-entered spin.

...Once there are enough members actively betting with our tools, we can make a real-time database using the spins collected accurately with our bots.

This way members using the same casino feed(s) can help each other to begin playing their sessions immediately by fetching the latest 3 cycles from the server.

We'll get there! (We have to begin somewhere)

Multiple locations / Re: Delayed parachute
« on: June 01, 2019, 09:44:02 pm »
This delayed parachute technique is still worth a second look as a recovery technique :thumbsup:

28 / info
« on: June 01, 2019, 09:31:46 pm »
Hello guys,

Our website is currently in preparation. It's a sister project yet bearing its own database.

The gist of it is simple: offering tools calling roulette numbers in real time for users to bet on.

These tools are offered in the hopes they fare better than hiring users' current system.

Threads under this section are all related to the foundations used by the offered tools.

We're also using the sponsorship brought by the tools to support our free projects.


Why reinvent the wheel?

Thanks for the link John, the gist of it being:

with an user system tied to it.

...our site's user system  :D

Well, it is going to take a while. Programs for game analysis go first in our list :)

Hello Vic,

 Something to think about for the forum would be some type of Baccarat Simulator.

Wonderful idea! Thanks & we can surely act toward shaping this.

Our next software release is our new "BetMaker" for people to create bots compiled at our site's server.

As it gathers support from the fellows, we can begin to make both a baccarat (and roulette) simulator with an user system tied to it.

One release leads to the other  :nod: :applause:

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