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bjb007

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Dozens and Columns Checker v1.0
September 04, 2008, 11:07:57 PM
I'm not the only one who feels that columns
are less predictable than dozens so I wrote
this programme to prove my theory.

It hasn't so far.  Seems there's not much
difference after all.

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Pretty simple - no explanation needed.
Shown with a file of 8,000+ spins processed.
This take a few seconds so be patient.
Files of 4-500 spins are done instantly.

In the Members Download area.
When the conditions are right it will happen.

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Re: Dozens and Columns Checker v1.0
September 20, 2008, 09:22:48 PM
bjb

Firstly, the time, effort, easily understood and easy to use programs you put together are appreciated.

I am still in the stages of desiring to build on my understanding about the game and have always been interested in working with numbers.

My observation of the above is that the consistency in the sleeper results is very clear, as is the Max Hit results for the Columns.

The consistency in the Dozen results look at little different though.

If you take the second highest value in the Column result the variance between it and the other two columns is -.19% and +.53%. If you do the same for the Dozens it is -3.83% and +2.03%. If the theory is that Dozens and Columns perform consistently as themselves, and as a group, (it is a taken that over a longer period it will even out and then swing again) then you could really only say that Column three has a performance consistent with Dozen two.

What I am trying to get a handle on given your spin results is which of the two options would have resulted in a better net result assuming flat bets for all betting opportunities. Eg, given the better consistency in the Columns would there have been more, or less betting opportunities and if it were less would the percentage of wins be higher?

Put another way, lets say (hypothetically) you were 80% certain, in advance, that you were likely to experience the same results as the spin test result. Would you have played the Columns or Dozens?

As I said earlier, I am just trying to build on my understanding of the game and in no way questioning the validity of the results. Would like to know if they were RNG or live spins though.

I'm sure you have a to do list and just a thought about whether, at some future date, it might add value to the Dozens Predictor program to add an option to it for the user to select Columns, or whether it would be easier to create a separate Columns Predictor.

Again, congratulations and appreciation for your efforts.

Regards, Steve


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Re: Dozens and Columns Checker v1.0
September 20, 2008, 09:38:56 PM
Depends on how many spins you check.

Perhaps the prog does show that columns
are less "reliable" than dozens but why
should it be so?

Check more spins and let's see your conclusions.

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