For your information I have fully resigned from BetForum.cc in order to focus my attention and my research here.
Lets move forward after learning from the multiple errors there. We all have made mistakes remember, or could have done things better but how you handle that 'review' process is so important and such an opportunity to grow in understanding.
I do intend to provide here some helpful summaries of my collective experience in Roulette, perhaps in the form of checklists, and reminders to help practical play and self improvement. I will try to keep the words, the verbiage shorter, so the principles the learning is more accessible. ( Note the 5 essays - lol -)
Never underestimate Roulette - it is a very difficult and slippery game at times, but there are moments, phases, short cycles, cycles where the opaqueness becomes temporarily clearer. Seize those opportunities.
See the detail in the patterns the short cycles as well as the bigger picture.
This year will probably be the end of my writing on Forums as my private business continues to grow in complexity and time demands. Remember all that I have written is foremost to help myself and in so helping myself I can assist others hopefully.
The blog, the notes, the repetition, the lists - these are all my devices to learn and practice and try to improve. Sometimes it really is 2 steps forward and 3 steps back, so be realistic. It is a very long journey but one that never ceases to intrigue me for Roulette is a model, a miniature of life experience, a microcosm and thus as tool it can be a great way to learn but beware because it is full of many traps and snares. I know because I have made every mistake it is possible to make but how else can you learn?
The prime focus here will be the WF +LWB research.
If this succeeds I will provide some assistance in principle.
If it fails it will be new work assembling worthy parts of other techniques into a hybrid bet working from the 'first principles' I am outlining elsewhere on this Forum.
It is some list but is 25 years of my collective research and I will again update a recommended reading list.
More next week.
By the way, if 'repeat theory' is just too 'slippery' in the big picture, then there are other areas we can look at, and I am grateful that in these communities, some do share some valuable insights. Give credit where it is due, these ideas can flow from all sources.
Oh, and by the way I have received a delightful email from Martin Blakey who has been working away in his usual manner and he provided a table of recent results which I will publish in a short summary next week. He spoke proudly of his son Scott Blakey whose career path can be searched on Google. Martin always comes across as very 'calm' to me, and that is a wonderful quality. Martin's book ( and the amendments collated from recent study) will always be in my recommended book list.
I will publish an updated schedule soon of 20 books on roulette with some notes ( and in some cases some cautions).