## LOGIC with single numbers in columns

Started by Dane, October 22, 2013, 12:32:57 PM

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#### Dane

How dare I use the word LOGIC here? I might not always have been logical. But I do believe that there is some logic in this. Please correct me if I am wrong!

Required for each session: A pen and af piece of paper with 12 X 3 spaces. Reserved for 1-36.
1ST column: 1-34. 2ND column: 2-35. 3RD column: 3-36.
Simply fill in the spaces as the numbers come.
In each column we´ll be able to see groups of written numbers. It it obvious that a group of two is likely to come first.
Side by side: Exactly two adjacent numbers are more likely to be seen than three.
Similarly three numbers side by side in some column should appear before four. And so forth and so on.
Does this mean that we should expect to see groups of two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, and twelve  IN THIS ORDER?
Definately not!
Sooner or later a group with more numbers should come before a smaller one. When it happens, I win win flat betting on Straight Up. It sometimes happens very soon. If 3 and 9 have come first, I bet 6 (hoping to see the group of 3-6-9 before any group of two somewhere within the columns).
After winning I end the session.
If TWO adjacent spaces have been filled in (not three) we should hope to see FOUR OR MORE numbers side by side in some column (not three).
If groups of two, three, and four numbers have been noticed in that order? Then we should aim for at least SIX side by side (not five).
And so forth and so on.
With groups of many numbers, however, it may take too long. So I have placed my dead line right after the 120TH spin.
Here is one session for you. In the beginning I just write the numbers in the spaces without betting.

14   34   1   13   15   30   32   0   24.

Now a group of three (24-27-30) may come in the 3RD column (before two adjacent numbers in any column) I start betting 27.

22
35...I leave 27. A group of TWO has come (32 & 35 in the 2ND column). Now I hope that a group of at least FOUR comes before any group of THREE. It can´t happen in
the next spin. So I must wait a few spins.

13
27...A group of THREE came (24-27-30). The question now is: Does a group of at least FIVE come before any group of FOUR?
7
25
21...Unfortunately not! A group of FOUR: 21-24-27-30. Does a group of at least SIX come before any group of FIVE? It might happen in the next spin. I start betting 18.

19
13
29
16...A group of FIVE (13-16-19-22-25). I leave 18.  APPARANTLY LADY LUCK IS STILL "COUNTING". But does a group of at least SEVEN come before any group of SIX?
It might happen in the next spin. I start betting 10.

11
32
3
11
24
36
31..I add 28 to my betting.
22
1
13
9
4
35
32
20
20...I add 18 to my betting.
32
8
32
34
12
10...HIT! This session ends here. In the 1ST column at least SEVEN adjacent spaces have been filled in (1-4-7-10-13-16-19-22-25). Before SIX next to each other in any column.
Good luck!
Dane

#### Mr J

Wow, interesting, I like it.

THIS is an example of thinking outside the box.

Ken

#### jrhelp007

Based on explaining your system, you already loss at the end of session (10 hit). Is that correct?

John

#### Dane

Quote from: jrhelp007 on December 22, 2013, 11:06:35 PM
Based on explaining your system, you already loss at the end of session (10 hit). Is that correct?

John
Quote from: Mr J on October 28, 2013, 04:14:04 PM
Wow, interesting, I like it.

THIS is an example of thinking outside the box.

Ken
Thanks for your posts. Unfortunately thinking outside the box might not be enough .  Winning on 10 did not make me rich. That is true.
A later session of mine was much too long and made me lose much. After that I decided to place my deadline right after the 60TH spin instead of after the 120TH spin.

Dane

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