Signum system EC B&R

Started by Mr Chips, October 24, 2009, 03:56:24 AM

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Hi Richard,

Natural9

Richard if i wanted to learn just one of the methods you have which  would be the one

Regards Rodney

Mr Chips

Quote from: Bazeegar on October 30, 2009, 02:46:42 AM
I read that but could not understand it... (please bear with me)
If you allow me, I will use your displayed example to understand spin selection

26 - HG
32 - MG
3 - LG
8* - HG

Why did you select only on 4th spin ?

26
32
3
8*

26 is a Higher group number and so there are two skips

21
29
34*

8 is also a Higher group number therefore again two skips

Bazeegar

Thank you Richard...Understood the simple part. Now onto the complex part.

Mr Chips

Quote from: Natural9 on October 30, 2009, 02:50:59 AM
Great work on your site Richard when I get my mind on to it ill learn it looks like it could be used professionally

Yes it is a professional system. There are no short cuts in understanding it. I know most people will not be
prepared to put the effort in to understand it, but those few who do will be well rewarded for their efforts.

In another post you mention which methods, you mean which systems? If I am correct here then the Signum
system is the best, as it has all the essential components to make a profit in the long term.

Mr Chips

Quote from: Bazeegar on October 30, 2009, 02:56:42 AM
Hi Richard,

The 'chips' section is closed and will answer all questions here.

Bazeegar

In the following example (I was running my own numbers)

8
1
0
34
2

do you consider zero as a spin and select #34 as a select spin or you ignore zero and select #2 as a select spin (in that case two spins skipped will be 1 & 34 as zero is ignored) ?

Mr Chips

Quote from: Bazeegar on October 30, 2009, 03:32:02 AM
In the following example (I was running my own numbers)

8
1
0
34
2

do you consider zero as a spin and select #34 as a select spin or you ignore zero and select #2 as a select spin (in that case two spins skipped will be 1 & 34 as zero is ignored) ?

Yes select 34, skip 1 and 0.

Natural9

Richard I was wondering if this can be used for any E/C games

Also I was wondering with your results  you only play one session per day is it ok play much more or is it a more hit and run sysyem

Mr Chips

Quote from: Natural9 on October 30, 2009, 04:04:16 AM
Richard I was wondering if this can be used for any E/C games

I have only concentrated on B & R, as that is complex enough and it can be used easily in a casino.

What you have suggested though is an interesting proposition and I can envisage some whizz kid
programmer in the future creating the ultimate system (dare I say Holy Grail) whereby for example
a bot will keep track of all the movements of each of all of the symbols P & M relating to each of the
EC'S and select the winning EC for a particular session. Probably won't happen in my lifetime.

Mr Chips

Quote from: Natural9 on October 30, 2009, 04:04:16 AM
Richard I was wondering if this can be used for any E/C games

Also I was wondering with your results  you only play one session per day is it ok play much more or is it a more hit and run sysyem

Yes you can play as many sessions as you want, but they must be of a 20 entry duration.

I personally move to a different Table after a session or casino and always take a break between each session.

Bo0Merang

ehhhhmmm  very nice  both systems but can someone  please  explain exactly step to step  how to play  lg mg hg and when to play i do not understand bet selection  becouse isnt explained orr i do  not understand well. both systems are unexplained  ...there was results  but steps and reasons well i dont know

Mr Chips

Quote from: Bo0Merang on October 30, 2009, 06:32:31 AM
ehhhhmmm  very nice  both systems but can someone  please  explain exactly step to step  how to play  lg mg hg and when to play I do not understand bet selection  becouse isnt explained orr I do  not understand well. both systems are unexplained  ...there was results  but steps and reasons well I dont know

There is a page that shows which numbers belong to which groups, then the next page explains that the Lower
group uses continuous spins, the Middle group skips one spin and the Higher group skips 2 spins and that's how
you select the numbers and their associated colours.

If you don't understand the easy part, then it's unlikely you will grasp the rest of the system!

simon

what does P stand for and what does M stand for?

Mr Chips

Quote from: simon on October 30, 2009, 01:17:31 PM
what does P stand for and what does M stand for?

P = plus  P + 1 ( P needs duplication or ascending 1,2,3 etc)

M = minus  M - 1 ( M needs the opposite of P no duplication and if a new number
decending if 5 then needs 4, if 4 then needs 3 etc

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