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a Bit More About the Statistical Standard Deviation?

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Posted: June 26, 2012, 8:52 pm - IP Logged

I read your book about probability and find it very interesting. Good work. I've been a roulette player for 2 years and has wasted a lot of money on so-called winning strategies. Roulette is quite like a hobby for me now just at the time I read your book about "anything which has non-zero probability would happen when trials arise".

I found two things hard to understand in your book, one is in the chapter that you introduced the "Super Roulette Strategy". You mentioned a piece of word about "In/De" strategy, but I found there was a member here has already asked about that, and you wanted to keep it a secret. It's fine, I won't ask about that again here.

But how about the "statical standard deviation" you mentioned in the chapter about standard deviation? and FFG deviation? You said in the book that "50% or more percentage of repeat will happen within FFG median". Should I think it like this: for example, roulette number 0 will repeat itself 68.2% of time between (FFG median - FFG deviation trials TO FFG median + FFG deviation trials); 95.4% of times between (FFG median - 2*FFG deviation trials TO FFG median + 2*FFG devation trials)?

Thank you for your help


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    Posted: June 26, 2012, 9:37 pm - IP Logged

    Whos book?  Did Todd write a book about roulette??


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      Whos book?  Did Todd write a book about roulette??

      I think I might have last week, during a particularly slow posting session. Ah yes...it's all coming back now.  Idea

       

      The Statistical Standard Deviation is best applied when gaming in the Central Standard Time Zone, unless of course it's a leap year, then you'll

      definitely want to stay below the meridian latitudes of the Non-Standard Deviation Sector located in the Mountain Standard Time Zone. When in

      doubt, always proceed to the least resistance path of the Aeronautical section of regional gaming zones Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta. By this

      time you should be ahead by 40% of your acceptable Deviational parameters, and be ready to make your surprise move to check mate, Queens

      bishop to rooks pawn, game over!


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        Posted: June 26, 2012, 10:57 pm - IP Logged

        This is a copy and paste job from another forum. The material in question is an Options trading system. Sold on CD of course. lol.lol.

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          Posted: June 26, 2012, 11:05 pm - IP Logged

          I read your book about probability and find it very interesting. Good work. I've been a roulette player for 2 years and has wasted a lot of money on so-called winning strategies. Roulette is quite like a hobby for me now just at the time I read your book about "anything which has non-zero probability would happen when trials arise".

          I found two things hard to understand in your book, one is in the chapter that you introduced the "Super Roulette Strategy". You mentioned a piece of word about "In/De" strategy, but I found there was a member here has already asked about that, and you wanted to keep it a secret. It's fine, I won't ask about that again here.

          But how about the "statical standard deviation" you mentioned in the chapter about standard deviation? and FFG deviation? You said in the book that "50% or more percentage of repeat will happen within FFG median". Should I think it like this: for example, roulette number 0 will repeat itself 68.2% of time between (FFG median - FFG deviation trials TO FFG median + FFG deviation trials); 95.4% of times between (FFG median - 2*FFG deviation trials TO FFG median + 2*FFG devation trials)?

          Thank you for your help

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            Posted: June 26, 2012, 11:19 pm - IP Logged

            Try the formula

            The sum of x minus x bar divided by n-1 squared.

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              Posted: June 28, 2012, 4:31 am - IP Logged

              Try the formula

              The sum of x minus x bar divided by n-1 squared.

              I tried that formula Sully, and it works like a charm!  Lep   It actually gave me my new set of pick 4 numbers, for tomorrows predictions.

              Think it was the n-1 squared that clarified all my confusion.

               

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