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bornloser

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working system, comments appreciated
« on: September 15, 2011, 04:58:09 AM »
Hi there

I am new to this forum, but have discovered something which appears to be winning consistently.

It does not work on a real roulette wheel. It works only on the automated type and is very simple.

I wait for 5 consecutive  numbers from one of the dozens and then put a bet on 0. of course you do not win every time.

I use a martingale system to increase the bet on 0 and strangely the most I have ever gone  is 5.

I noticed this occurrence of the 0 after 5 numbers from the same dozen while trying other systems I have also noticed that following the 0

very often a number from the same dozen appears again.

I would be very interested in any other members comments on this. I am genuine and are not trying to sell or promote anything.

Best wishes
Bornloser

hamishmac

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Re: working system, comments appreciated
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2011, 06:11:45 AM »
Interesting, how much testing have u done for long term profitability? Why only automated wheels? U mean automated real wheels, not rng wheels I presume.

bornloser

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Re: working system, comments appreciated
« Reply #2 on: September 15, 2011, 06:36:59 AM »
Hi there

No I am sorry I did not make it clear. I mean the rng. I usually use the roulette pro version of William Hill or the virgin one.

My normal system is to wait for a dozen that has not been hit for 10 numbers and then start a progressive betting system but stopping at 8 to minimise losses. I usually find I am a bit ahead by doing this. For example I started with a 200 bankroll in June. I have had as much as 450 and the lowest I have been down to is 46. I presently have 270. I probably spend about 6 hours a week playing roulette.

I first noticed the 0 scenario a few weeks ago. the real problem with this system is it gives you a sore finger because of the number of spins required! I also wonder if the 0 scenario is influenced by my 10 number system. Maybe the 0 scenario would not happen if I was not doing the other system.

Best wishes
Bornloser


Steve

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Re: working system, comments appreciated
« Reply #3 on: September 15, 2011, 09:07:30 AM »
bornloser, sorry but your system has no chance of working. See www.genuinewinner.com/truth.html which explains in plain language how roulette can and cannot be beaten.

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« Reply #4 on: September 15, 2011, 11:17:54 AM »
I know you may ignore Steve advise because you think you are on to something. I remember when i was in the same boat as you. But the truth is, roulette can only be beaten with physics,period.

In respect to your system, this is not the case and therefore cannot beat casinos. To beat the casino you need an edge.

It's the true reality.

Hope this helps.
Roulette is my life.

bornloser

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« Reply #5 on: September 15, 2011, 12:04:16 PM »
Hi there

Thanks for your comments. I will not ignore Steve because I believe that what he says is true.

I have been playing Roulette for more than 30 years and I have seen 4 consecutive same numbers (it was number 17) The most consecutive blacks or reds I have ever seen is 24 (black)  odds and evens 21 (odd)
the dozens (high 30`s I can not exactly remember that one). These were all in real casinos.

I only play for fun to be honest and as it is not costing anything, at the moment, the wife does not mind. She spends more on Bingo than I do on roulette!

I only posted this originally because I thought it was strange. that a 0 was popping up when it did, on a regular basis.

Best wishes
Bornloser

Steve

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« Reply #6 on: September 15, 2011, 02:14:56 PM »
If you look at the runs of cold numbers over the long term, you will find it fits in with normal expectation. But it does not at all change your edge. The only thing that does that is increasing accuracy of predictions. And the only way to do that is to do it the same way you study behavior of any physical objects... physics.

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« Reply #7 on: October 19, 2011, 10:32:32 PM »
First thing is you are basing this off of an RNG.  Have you tried it against more than one RNG?  It is my opinion that RNG is a misnomer.  It will only be as random as the software allows it to be.  And in the case of RNG written specifically for Roulette, I am "betting" it is not entirely random as it most likely has checks and balances written in it so as not to become too "Random".  So, what you are describing may be true with the RNG you are using, but it will never work long term with a real wheel.  And I think I can add this in a public forum...Any system that RELIES on a progressive betting system is doomed to failure because you will never overcome the losses.