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Math the old math can't work it's called Transparent Math

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Really I don't really care I'm gone. At least I came back to tell you. trust me on this.He also knows about this place as I got a e-mail from them and this place is well you know. Bye.


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    Just click start, run, type in CMD then type netstat -ano then press ctrl+alt+del once in the task manager

    click processes then view then select columns then put a check mark in PID Process identifier next 

    click ok.  Now compare the PID's to the ones in the command box looking at the ones labeled

    established.  IF the PID is not a normal process then click to highlight then click end process.  Do

    this for all unwanted running processes.  Hacker be gone.

    RL

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      I said now this place is gone things will just be gone. my programmer now has control here. he will blast this place with phony crap.I cant even get E- mails anymore. You should throw your computer away now it's not yours anymore it's his.

      you can't hide and no store has anything to sell to stop this guy.I open up at a new house and new name and new computer you people do the same. I uses this old computer whis I know he has it under his control but at least I know he is watch this one which I doin't care.

      Wendel,

      Once you know how to spell and use proper grammar then you might have a microgram of credibility.  Who is your programmer? Is it your second grade teacher who is tutoring you now? You opened up at a new house? Where is this rehab center located?


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        I wonder if his hacker friend has left NY, dogs on the trail now.

        RL

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          I wonder if his hacker friend has left NY, dogs on the trail now.

          RL

          RL,

          Did you get a PM from LS12345 (from guernsey) about your posts to Wendel?

          I got the cutest post telling me/warning me(?) to delete a post in this thread.

          Even though this member LS12345 has no posting history and has only been a member since December 1, 2014, he was so nice. He explained how to hit the edit button and delete what I wrote.

          Wonder if this could be wendel's hacker/programmer? Or a KGB agent trying to win the lottery?

          LMAO!

          The biggest improvement you'll ever make in the odds of winning is buying a lottery ticket. With just one ticket the odds go from IMPOSSIBLE to IMPROBABLE!

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            After reviewing some of Wendel's roulette posts I think I understand the gist of what he refers to as transparent math.  I think hidden math is the better term.  Also the word math is misleading to a certain extent.  Math backs up the system but for the player there is very little math to calculate.  I would think of it as roulette's version of card counting but possibly better.

            Transparent math lends itself to flat betting even chance bets such as High/Low, Odd/Even, Red/Black.  The house edge is only 5% for roulette.  For Pick3/Pick4 we have this same type of filters but unfortunately playing locally the house edge is 50% so not really practical.  For lottery you have to use a different form of transparent math.  Dare I say sequential differences!

            Anyway Wendel has inspired my to write a roulette program to test my version of Transparent math using the Hamburg spins.  I just might start playing roulette again when I go to Wendover, NV.

            So even though Wendel didn't reveal anything here, he didn't really reveal anything on the roulette forums either but I think there is something there to be investigated further.

            Jimmy

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              After reviewing some of Wendel's roulette posts I think I understand the gist of what he refers to as transparent math.  I think hidden math is the better term.  Also the word math is misleading to a certain extent.  Math backs up the system but for the player there is very little math to calculate.  I would think of it as roulette's version of card counting but possibly better.

              Transparent math lends itself to flat betting even chance bets such as High/Low, Odd/Even, Red/Black.  The house edge is only 5% for roulette.  For Pick3/Pick4 we have this same type of filters but unfortunately playing locally the house edge is 50% so not really practical.  For lottery you have to use a different form of transparent math.  Dare I say sequential differences!

              Anyway Wendel has inspired my to write a roulette program to test my version of Transparent math using the Hamburg spins.  I just might start playing roulette again when I go to Wendover, NV.

              So even though Wendel didn't reveal anything here, he didn't really reveal anything on the roulette forums either but I think there is something there to be investigated further.

              Jimmy

              Anyway Wendel has inspired my to write a roulette program to test my version of Transparent math using the Hamburg spins.

              You must be very INTELLIGENT indeed !!!


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                Gary

                Thank goodness for wal-mart security cameras in New york. 

                RL

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                  After reviewing some of Wendel's roulette posts I think I understand the gist of what he refers to as transparent math.  I think hidden math is the better term.  Also the word math is misleading to a certain extent.  Math backs up the system but for the player there is very little math to calculate.  I would think of it as roulette's version of card counting but possibly better.

                  Transparent math lends itself to flat betting even chance bets such as High/Low, Odd/Even, Red/Black.  The house edge is only 5% for roulette.  For Pick3/Pick4 we have this same type of filters but unfortunately playing locally the house edge is 50% so not really practical.  For lottery you have to use a different form of transparent math.  Dare I say sequential differences!

                  Anyway Wendel has inspired my to write a roulette program to test my version of Transparent math using the Hamburg spins.  I just might start playing roulette again when I go to Wendover, NV.

                  So even though Wendel didn't reveal anything here, he didn't really reveal anything on the roulette forums either but I think there is something there to be investigated further.

                  Jimmy

                  JW

                  I ran many test using sequential skips, differences etc..  back when the pool pool was still running and as far

                  as lottery goes it was a total waste of time.   Roulette might be a different story but I doubt one could play

                  very long without some unwanted attention.  Very easy to spot.

                  RL

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                    how will win


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                      how will win

                      How do you know how will win? Tell how not to hold his breath. Green laugh

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                        How do you know how will win? Tell how not to hold his breath. Green laugh

                        You forgot to give a rating, sloppy you became.

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