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Mr J

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 17, 2009, 11:03:07 PM
NICE!!
Find a truly original roulette idea. It is the only way you will ever distinguish yourself. It is the only way you will ever matter. Impress the roulette community with your hard work & devotion, this game they call unbeatable.
(+35)(1/38) + (-1)(37/38) = -0.053...Work the problem: BEGIN !!!

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 17, 2009, 11:58:15 PM
Davey

If you object to where the post is put, just ask a mod or administrator to move it.  I thought it fit here, but perhaps I'm wrong.

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 18, 2009, 12:46:05 AM

Davey-Jones

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 18, 2009, 12:56:49 AM
I don't object to the title, just a bunch of the contents. I mean, nothing pertains to physics at all. If people want to compare systems to physics that's fine. I just would rather come to the physics section to discuss physics rather than read about how great the "Signum" is. No offence meant Mr. Chips, just truth.

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 18, 2009, 11:39:58 AM
When you understand the force against you then you can overcome it. The force in roulette is 37 or 38 slots not probability. The mechanism produces random outcomes without regard to the process that does it. Physics is not the only way to overcome the randomness mechanism. It's the only way to overcome the mechanism. It's not the only way to overcome randomness. Dogmatism is not the only way to put down the quest to overcome randomness, despite the dogmatic opinion. Nice going TwoCatSam, you have managed to marginalize the VB Nazis with one word.

Really what a load of crap

your own admiction was.....The mechanism produces random outcomes without regard to the process that does it. Physics is not the only way to overcome the randomness mechanism

and reallly,,,come on ,,,,,VB nazis

i got to go,,,,,,,,

berlinerbruce

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 18, 2009, 11:45:32 AM
@ gizmo

i just read what i quoted from you,,,,,,,,

come on prove it

I can

berlinerbruce

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 18, 2009, 11:54:11 AM
I think the edge is over rated. When I design and develop a well constructed system, it creates an
advantage, such that any theoretical edge a casino is supposed to have becomes irrelevant.

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 18, 2009, 12:13:11 PM

gizmotron

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 18, 2009, 12:14:40 PM
BerlinerBruce , if any device produces a well formed and continuous form of random events, like spins in Roulette, then the process is irrelevant as long as the random results are all that is to be considered as the end product. The issue is not that physics might be perfected as a tool in order to attempt to defeat the process. The issue is that randomness itself can be defeated.

Randomness can be defeated in spite of the odds that tend to favor the effort being offered by most casinos. The house edge is only a tax for spending time placing bets. The point is to defeat randomness in a way that pays far more than that tax.

I don't intend to educate you or anyone else that asks me to prove anything to them. A beggar that also thinks he can guess where a ball will stop is too foolish to ever get respect. In fact, the entire knowledge of VB experts is out there in the main stream. Where are the headlines that such and such groups of people have successfully beaten the casinos? With full disclosure of the method where is the proof of that?

I'm keeping it to myself. You can go ahead and prove it to the world. I won't think any higher of you when you do succeed and inadvertently get banned from casinos for having an advantage. But until that day comes you can't prove a load of stuff.

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 18, 2009, 06:35:05 PM

Landis

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 25, 2009, 10:34:54 PM
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Gizmo naively wrote, "In fact, the entire knowledge of VB experts is out there in the main stream. Where are the headlines that such and such groups of people have successfully beaten the casinos? With full disclosure of the method where is the proof of that?
?"

Here you go.

http://www.isa-guide.de/pdf/9649.pdf

Landis

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 26, 2009, 02:28:20 AM
I am Herb.  I just don't know the Herb password to get on.  So, here I am as Landis.  Note the Snowman like avatar.

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 30, 2009, 09:14:39 AM

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 30, 2009, 10:16:21 AM
OK, not ready to brand this bloke a liar, but when he says this "30?50 Indianercasinos" meaning, I assume, Indian casinos in the United States--well, I get my suspicions.  I have yet to see an Indian casino with roulette.  There are none in Oklahoma and I've been to a casino in New Mexico and found none there.  Didn't visit all the casinos, but you'd think if it were legal, they would have it.

I'd also question why this fellow would come to America and play the 00 wheel when he could visit Lanky and play the 0 wheel.  Maybe he's just that good!  Huh?

I'll ask other Americans to weigh in:  Have you seen real wheel-and-ball roulette in America?  Not card games where a particular card is #36, but real roulette.

Sam

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Re: The word of the day is "overcoming".............
November 30, 2009, 11:35:02 AM