08 Recent Posts


Please login or register.

Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 5 6 ... 10 Next
AsymBacGuy / Re: Why bac could be beatable itlr
« Last post by Lungyeh on Today at 10:35:03 am »
When all 3 roads predicting the same outcome supported by a definitive ?highway? on the Pearl chart, you can be sure its coming out the opposite. Pearl is the vertical presentation of 6 lines down. ?Highway? means across the horizontal line, all are the same for eg on the 3rd horizontal row across say 4 columns its all Banker so on the 5 th column the highway concept is expecting also a Banker. If this is supporter by all the 3 roads pointing to a banker, I would refrain from betting Banker or maybe minimise my bet as the whole table would be pouring on to Banker.

Its not schadenfreude to see a Player win in such a case but it happens too often. If it is so certain, the casinos would be taken to the cleaners. Just some reading. You of course, are free to disagree.

Stay blessed. First time playing online as Malaysia is locked down and the only casino here, Genting is closed. Online is with live dealers and 5 tables. Interesting. Like the stadium concept
AsymBacGuy / Re: Why bac could be beatable itlr
« Last post by AsymBacGuy on Today at 10:21:10 am »
Moreover could we connect in some way the three derived roads in order to get a unique distribution (r.w.) where dispersion values are way lower than expected?
Obviously knowing that only when all roads dictate to bet the same side such new r.w. exists and, more importantly, is bettable.

Related But Not Related / Re: Hanging out.
« Last post by Max23B0 on Today at 07:36:48 am »
it looks delicious!what is it wrapped in?
Related But Not Related / Hanging out.
« Last post by alrelax on Yesterday at 09:17:11 pm »
Hanging out.  Snack time!  Yes, it is good.

Super Fresh spring rolls we just made, avocado, shrimp and a little bit of spice inside of it!

General Discussion / Re: Numerous Casino Closings Coming and In Effect Now
« Last post by alrelax on Yesterday at 07:47:12 pm »
Good background for start of some of your research, for those curious as to where past Pandemics came from or how they came about.   ???

Same as in gambling, reality is reality.

Albalaha's Exclusive / Re: An eyeopener challenge and query
« Last post by Albalaha on Yesterday at 02:59:08 pm »
Every EC bet will get same streaks good and bet. Do not waste your time on finding the best betselection. Rather learn to beat it, even if it goes the worst momentarily.
Albalaha's Exclusive / Re: An eyeopener challenge and query
« Last post by PatternAnalys on Yesterday at 01:37:47 pm »
Imho, betting
"follow the last",
and /or "f-t-2nd-last",
with your unique-progression-method, ("modified labby",
 or 'r-labby', scheme...)

may better, because,
simply  taking advantage,
of the streaky nature of baccarat.
Whether, you agreed/disagreed,
believe or not,
the streaky, advantage, can't be overlook!
I have been hearing that mathematics tells us that casino games with house edge/negative expectations are unbeatable. I asked many that which book of mathematics says so, none answered so far. I am not any scholar of mathematics but Math was a subject of mine till 12th class. I read algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, probability, statistics and basic arithmetic but never heard of any such concept in text books, at least. Fortunately or unfortunately our schools do not teach us casino odds or gambling theories.
      Is the concept of games being unbeatable a theory or a law?
Wikipedia says that: Online slot games often have a published Return to Player (RTP) percentage that determines the theoretical house edge. Some software developers choose to publish the RTP of their slot games while others do not. Despite the set theoretical RTP, almost any outcome is possible in the short term.
It means one can win, even in slots.
Mathematically, only one thing is certain about the casino games(with house edge or negative expectations) that if you keep betting 1 unit consistently on any bet, you can not win, in the long run due to that. I admit and accept this as pure maths.
   Can anybody enlighten me with mathematical concepts that I am unaware of that confirms that a gambler has to lose in a casino game in the long run, whatever he choose to bet or howsoever he bets?
Related But Not Related / Buddy Hackett one of the funniest
« Last post by alrelax on March 29, 2020, 04:46:03 pm »
One of the best comedians of all time. RIP  Mr. Buddy Hackett. This was a classic, a Buddy Hackett joke about duck hunting


Albalaha's Exclusive / Re: An eyeopener challenge and query
« Last post by Albalaha on March 29, 2020, 03:17:02 pm »
Hey Guys,
        After beating a virtually "worst possible session" for an EC bet that I created, I m up for real bad sessions. Can someone provide me with real bad data for an EC bet where super bad ratio persists for 100 or more continuous bets followed by average wins thereafter( no clumping or compensatory wins). Try to provide me with at least 500 hands, in succession after the worst one.
           I want to prove that even the worst patches could be recovered and finally won without betting or losing huge and nothing really is unbeatable in the random world. Hope to get such data soon. Thanks in anticipation.
Pages: [1] 2 3 4 5 6 ... 10 Next