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RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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Posted: May 13, 2012, 5:17 pm - IP Logged

Winningsystem,Well if you have a system and it is working ,more power to you .But remember until you

share ,it is not a system.We want to see what you mean by MARTINGALE-ROULLETTE-SYSTEM.

      ..........remember until you share ,it is not a system.

Did you come up with that line on your own or did you read it somewhere else?

Once in a while, there's a story about someone or group using a system or strategy to beat the odds of winning more than it cost to play lottery games such as the Michigan couple who traveled to Massachusetts to spend $300K to win their game when there was a row-down and lotteries investigate them and if they have overlooked such a possibility they either discontinue the game or change its rules.

For that reason, winning strategies and systems are proprietary and not discussed on a public forum.

 * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
   
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    MORE.  C R A P.  Keep the FARM. NO ONE CARES

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      MORE.  C R A P.  Keep the FARM. NO ONE CARES

      No one ever gives away the farm, just the crap and some even sell the crap.

       * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
         
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             Interesting concept " The use of Roullette Methods " .

        Yes, what is roullette by the way?


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          Yes, what is roullette by the way?

          Roulette is a game where you put a single bullet in a revolver, spin the barrel, then point the gun at your head and then pull the trigger...

          your chances of landing in red are 1/6....

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            It is spelled roulette, there isn't any roullette.

            The game with the gun is called Russian roulette.

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              Posted: May 18, 2012, 5:50 pm - IP Logged

              The chance of surviving Russian roulette seems to be (1-p)n. Thumbs Up

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                Posted: June 11, 2012, 12:40 pm - IP Logged

                Martingale: play red/black. Bet one unit on red after black came out. If you win you get 2 units.
                If you lost, double the bet. Keep doubling up until you win. The maximum bet size is the limit.

                Lotto: pick one set of numbers = one combination. Work the same way until you won.

                Mathematically speaking this always works. Problems are that there is a fixed limit, or you cannot keep up doubling.
                Advantages are that if you guess right, you will find it easy money.

                Strategies are up to you. The principle is doubling the bet, you only need to play one combination.

                The difference with roulette is that in the lottery you just might get a million units instead of 2 units.

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                Buddy, if you'll look around, I've been preaching this same sermon ,and, have done so for years. Even recently, I've mentioned picking one or two COMPLETE combinations (FORMATS)and just remaining consistent with it until it hits...AND IT WILL. It has to be drawn. People are just impatient and won't spend the right money to ensure they get the hit...they make this game much, much harder than it really is.

                This is almost the same principal as Roulette...cover as many bets as possible and simply hit for the smaller profit several times over. Yeah, it costs money to cover bets but, you get it all back, and, the remainder from the total wager is your profit. Roll (4) times and make a $25 profit...that's $100 made off the same money you started with. Simple. But, people get greedy wanting to win ALL THE MONEY and try to cover as few numbers as possible thinking they're saving money. Nope, you're losing unless you get very, very lucky 

                Consistency comes with coverage, dicipline, and patience. Playing only Red or Black is a 50/50 shot. Covering as many of  BOTH as your money allows puts the odds heavily in your favor while decreasing the profit off your win. As an example, I know a guy that maintains $1000 in his account and only plays Roulette. He rolls a few times just to make $150-$200 or so per session...he's not greedy. At the end of the week, he get's a nice payout and starts with the same $1000 the next week. 

                With some games, how much you spend does have a direct impact on winning, and, how consistently you win. A jackpot game is not one to spend lots of money on as the odds are never in the players' favor and cannot be adjusted to be so. 

                Playing one complete format is better than bits and pieces of several formats because ALL THE NUMBERS are there... as opposed to just a couple of numbers from two or three formats. Maybe this makes no sense at allBang Head

                 

                L.L.

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                  To win 150 to 200 bucks net, in a few, your starting bet needs to be around that size. Let's say that you bet 1-2-4, you need 7*200=1400 bankroll. This can easily go wrong. If you risk this game, you need some plan beside the betting amount. If you won 7 times and lose 1 time playing 3 bets every time, then your win is zero. If you can win 50 a day average net after tax, you can live of it. They tax 33% around here for professional play (src:HLN). Lotto is tax free.

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                    To win 150 to 200 bucks net, in a few, your starting bet needs to be around that size. Let's say that you bet 1-2-4, you need 7*200=1400 bankroll. This can easily go wrong. If you risk this game, you need some plan beside the betting amount. If you won 7 times and lose 1 time playing 3 bets every time, then your win is zero. If you can win 50 a day average net after tax, you can live of it. They tax 33% around here for professional play (src:HLN). Lotto is tax free.

                    You're close. He's a high roller and spends $310-$320 per spin on a $360 payout. This is a lot of coverage, in terms of numbers, and he maintains his strategy with constantly adjusting his numbers as the software is very "intelligent" in which he's playing against. All it takes is 3-5 spins with this kind of profit built in. Just can't be greedy 'cause the software is always looking to find what's lacking, and if you stay on the table too long, it will find the weak link.

                    There's a way to throw off the tracking which is used. I found this when I was doing all my testing a while back and it works pretty decently. I think I trained him well...he seems happy.

                    Greed is what get's most players bumped off the table and broke. Discipline preserves a player and his money. Small steady profits add up...

                    L.L.

                     

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                      Is 310 dollars a spin a high roller? 

                      What do you mean by intelligent software? I figured we were talking roulette table?

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                        Buddy, if you'll look around, I've been preaching this same sermon ,and, have done so for years. Even recently, I've mentioned picking one or two COMPLETE combinations (FORMATS)and just remaining consistent with it until it hits...AND IT WILL. It has to be drawn. People are just impatient and won't spend the right money to ensure they get the hit...they make this game much, much harder than it really is.

                        This is almost the same principal as Roulette...cover as many bets as possible and simply hit for the smaller profit several times over. Yeah, it costs money to cover bets but, you get it all back, and, the remainder from the total wager is your profit. Roll (4) times and make a $25 profit...that's $100 made off the same money you started with. Simple. But, people get greedy wanting to win ALL THE MONEY and try to cover as few numbers as possible thinking they're saving money. Nope, you're losing unless you get very, very lucky 

                        Consistency comes with coverage, dicipline, and patience. Playing only Red or Black is a 50/50 shot. Covering as many of  BOTH as your money allows puts the odds heavily in your favor while decreasing the profit off your win. As an example, I know a guy that maintains $1000 in his account and only plays Roulette. He rolls a few times just to make $150-$200 or so per session...he's not greedy. At the end of the week, he get's a nice payout and starts with the same $1000 the next week. 

                        With some games, how much you spend does have a direct impact on winning, and, how consistently you win. A jackpot game is not one to spend lots of money on as the odds are never in the players' favor and cannot be adjusted to be so. 

                        Playing one complete format is better than bits and pieces of several formats because ALL THE NUMBERS are there... as opposed to just a couple of numbers from two or three formats. Maybe this makes no sense at allBang Head

                         

                        L.L.

                        Playing one complete format is better than bits and pieces of several formats because ALL THE NUMBERS are there... as opposed to just a couple of numbers from two or three formats. Maybe this makes no sense at all

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                        It requires more fine tuning to play smaller combinations.

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                          Is 310 dollars a spin a high roller? 

                          What do you mean by intelligent software? I figured we were talking roulette table?

                          When I say "high roller", I mean in terms of the amount of money he's spending to remain consistent with his wins. Okay, let's look at it another way. Roulette is a match play game...basically dollar for dollar. If a player is betting $100 on Red (Even/Odd or a range of numbers), they have 50/50 chance of winning on that one bet for $100. Either they win or lose $100 on a single bet/spin. In my opinion, these are not reasonable odds for making money. After studying the software used by specific online entities, I found what I believe is the cost required to bet and win consistently within 3-5 spins. Now, when I say the software is intelligent, I mean that it's programmed to do specific things at specific times.

                          In order to become familiar with what "mode" the software is in, and recognize it, lots of testing is required. Well, as I posted a while back, that's what I do and continue to do so. For what he's spending, he has very, very good coverage and sees a $40-$50 profit per spin. This is on top of his payout. In other words, he get's all his money back on his bet and there's $40-$50 left (built in). Netting this profit for (3) spins is an easy $150. With as much coverage as he's got, along with constantly adjusting his bets, it's very hard to lose even in 5-6 spins.

                          But, he's extremely disciplined like myself and not greedy. Two to three sessions a day and he's done. All he wanted was to make some good, consistent extra money and was willing to spend the money in order to do it. It can be done with proper testing, patience, and money. Most people don't have patience and don't want to spend the money...but they want to win it all, though. Small profits add up in a week's time. Yes, I'm talking about Roulette online. There's lot of ways to make money...just gotta find 'em and be willing to do the leg work...and spend money.

                          L.L.

                           

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                            Here we have a live roulette and software roulette. I pick the machine roulette because I don't trust software.

                            I have recorded like two hundred spins and analysed those with Excel. You have to adapt to the situation, but I am sure that you might be able to formulate some function to replace your intuitive thinking.

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                              Here we have a live roulette and software roulette. I pick the machine roulette because I don't trust software.

                              I have recorded like two hundred spins and analysed those with Excel. You have to adapt to the situation, but I am sure that you might be able to formulate some function to replace your intuitive thinking.

                              Machine Roulette is much better so stick with that. I'd have to travel in order to get on a live table, which is doable, but that's only for trips to the casino every now and then. He goes to the casinos and does well there also, but the convenience at home is unbeatable. As you've stated, the software can be tricky if you're not on your A-Game at all times...and greedy.

                              Can't display a pattern of any kind for more than a couple of spins or so. The sofware is "told" what to do whereas a real table knows not what it's going to do and doesn't try to figure out the player's pattern. This is why 3-5 spins, on this particular software, is about right. I enjoy discussing the specifics of these games.

                               

                              L.L.