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Seeking interested GPM students
November 15, 2008, 01:56:58 PM
Hi to all, this message is going out to all who has read Kimo Li's book on European Roulette and is really studying the GPM way

I am very convinced that this is one of the stable and HG method (holygrail) and is exploring deeply into it.

I guess the only person who was in this forum who knows the key was Holyman, but a pity that he is no longer in this forum.

Anyone who is in this same frequency of thoughts, please kindly PM me and we can discuss more and learn from each other.

Cheers!

:-)


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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
November 15, 2008, 02:45:34 PM
Hi BobbyBobby,
Just one quick question...
It is not possible this method to be demonstrated with some actual/random numbers, is it? Cheers.

Regards,
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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
November 16, 2008, 12:54:11 AM
hi mistarlupo,

actually you can ask your question maybe better with an example, then many might reply with their answers / opinions.

:-)  cheers,



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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
November 16, 2008, 07:33:53 AM
I'm asking because I do not go to live casino very often and I'm not
very sure if I will be able to use his methods from home...

Anyway, suppose I have to buy the book first and all my questions will be answered. :)

Regards,
m

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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
November 16, 2008, 09:59:36 AM
oh i see.  yes, i would suggest that so.   :-)

it is a very very good book.



cheers,
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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
November 16, 2008, 11:28:35 AM
Hi BobbyBobby,
Just one quick question...
It is not possible this method to be demonstrated with some actual/random numbers, is it? Cheers.

Regards,
m

hi
As long as the wheel is real and it is not computer wheel(rng) it is able  to aply this method..

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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
December 01, 2008, 12:21:47 PM
Bobby,

I am studying his method.

 I found that he has an creative way to memorize spins but he did not mention how recognize a pattern or strategy to place the bets,

But it sounds like you already made some money using his method. Can you share your experience with us?


thanks
PH

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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
February 06, 2009, 12:15:05 PM
Hi bobbybobby (and the rest),

I have bought too Kimo Li's book on European Roulette.  It's arrived yesterday.  I'm just reading it now...

Best regards,
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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
February 09, 2009, 05:26:01 AM
This method is not for random numbers...
This method is about getting a starting point and feel of the wheel for future logical SECTION predictions.

It's a gate into the world of turning the house edge in your own favour so it becomes the gambler's edge.
I'm your friend... that's all there is to it!

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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
February 09, 2009, 09:30:18 AM
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This method is about getting a starting point and feel of the wheel for future logical SECTION predictions.

What is the prediction based upon, ds, light vb ???

Is it all static?
Besed upon previos sections to get an future logical section prediction?

I ask this questions because i spend some serios money on books at the moment and woundering if there would be a good idea to get hes book.
I wont if there is no material about hybrid ds and light vb...

Cheers LS

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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
February 09, 2009, 05:14:32 PM
Sam,
I'm not answering for Alarian, but rather just writing my interpretation.  When I read Quote
"This method is not for random numbers..."
I thought he was refering to numbers from a RNG and not a real wheel.  Just my two cents.  RP

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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
February 10, 2009, 01:33:22 AM
RP

I took my post down.  I'm just not in the mood to discuss much of anything.  I'll assume he did mean RNG numbers vs real wheel numbers.

Thanks for pointing that out. 

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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
February 11, 2009, 03:32:31 PM
In my opinion... The only way to beat a roulette is tap in on the vast resources of your intuitive self... your subconcious predictor...

I believe in predictions as precognitions... Not as Preminitions...

If you say that it works for RNG aswell, then hey maybe it does... I'm an open-minded guy and I'm looking at the possibilities to beat RNG with pregocnitions aswell... Though I haven't much hope in ever finding such a possibility.

All RNGs follow a (for the observing person's conciousness) unknown formula/algorithm/system to generate the numbers... but I'm having a hard time believing that this is something easily cracked by the resources of your subconcious... Even after vast times of experience... and also, each generator is different from the other...

If you're going to beat anything that's "random" (built after an unknown / undecipherable formula) it's by letting your subconcious do the work. The complexity of the way a random number generator does generate the numbers is a bit too much I'm afraid...

If you have me focusing on something wrong here, please send me a PM with where I should lay my focus Kimo as I'm open to all sorts of chances to reach further insight or innovation
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Re: Seeking interested GPM students
February 14, 2009, 05:29:36 PM
Hi to all, this message is going out to all who has read Kimo Li's book on European Roulette and is really studying the GPM way

I am very convinced that this is one of the stable and HG method (holygrail) and is exploring deeply into it.

I guess the only person who was in this forum who knows the key was Holyman, but a pity that he is no longer in this forum.

Anyone who is in this same frequency of thoughts, please kindly PM me and we can discuss more and learn from each other.

Cheers!

:-)


BobbyBobby

BobbyBobby, I'm done with reading the book on European Roulette.  I'm using the spreadsheet posted by alarian in the topic at http://vlsroulette.com/kimo-li-shares/the-matrix-system/.  That spreadsheet is great for tracking stars and pies.  But I have 1 problem, I cannot decide which strategy i'm going to use...  :(  Which strategy or strategies do you follow?