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alarian

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Re: RNG Attack - Whats the point .....
February 09, 2009, 04:25:42 AM
Maybe this was a confusing description?  ??? Let me try to simplify it further... It aches me that people waste their time instead of putting it to good use!  :-\

Let's compare starting the progression directly compared to starting it after waiting for 1 spin (example: "Red hasn't come up for 1 spin")

The only difference is that you will bet half as often... You'll also lose half as often...
AAargh, I don't know how to simplify this more... Maybe I'm not good at explaining.

1st: 50% <--- You start here if you don't wait and you have a 50% chance of winning
2nd: 25% <--- You start here if you DO wait and you have a 50% chance of winning (12,5% is half of 25%)
3rd: 12,5%
4th: 6,25%
5th: 3,125%
6th: 1,5625%
7th: 0,78125%
8th: 0,390625%
9th: 0,1953125%
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Re: RNG Attack - Whats the point .....
February 09, 2009, 12:31:04 PM
alarian

You are totally correct.  All of the math people and most of the rest of us would probably agree with you.

Still, some of us like to search for that which is deemed to be un-find-able, impossible and which flies in the face of known wisdom. 

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Re: RNG Attack - Whats the point .....
February 10, 2009, 11:46:52 AM
I'm just saying...
No success in 300 years equals no success likely to be made...  >:D

Spending time on something that actually works ... Priceless

Life is a limited amount of time... Spend it wisely
If there is one way to beat RNG it's without progressions using more of a "win3million.com"-approach

I'm creating a brute-force simulator that will go through every possible combination of bets in search for the holy grail which I have no hope of finding..

I'm going to do this fort he community, so that people can stop wasting time on what won't pay off...

The collective knowledge suffers from such waste of time...
The collective knowledge will gain tremendously if everyone in the collective start searching in the same direction

Unified... The most sourceful way to go
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Re: RNG Attack - Whats the point .....
February 10, 2009, 12:10:04 PM
Maybe this was a confusing description?  ??? Let me try to simplify it further... It aches me that people waste their time instead of putting it to good use!  :-\

Let's compare starting the progression directly compared to starting it after waiting for 1 spin (example: "Red hasn't come up for 1 spin")

The only difference is that you will bet half as often... You'll also lose half as often...
AAargh, I don't know how to simplify this more... Maybe I'm not good at explaining.

1st: 50% <--- You start here if you don't wait and you have a 50% chance of winning
2nd: 25% <--- You start here if you DO wait and you have a 50% chance of winning (12,5% is half of 25%)
3rd: 12,5%
4th: 6,25%
5th: 3,125%
6th: 1,5625%
7th: 0,78125%
8th: 0,390625%
9th: 0,1953125%


Hi alarian

either your calculation or you solution is wrong.

In my fist bet I have 50% chance and 50% odds
In my second bet I have 75% chance and 25% odds, because the percentages add up the longer I bet.

and another:
starting at spin 1 compared with starting at spin 2 is not very senseful

pls compare:
I am betting R
I lose 20 times on R because there is always Black or Zero.
now another guy comes to the table, sees 13 black numbers on the marquee and is starting playing R as well

pls compare the chances and odds!

br
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Re: RNG Attack - Whats the point .....
February 12, 2009, 01:45:28 PM
Dear chaps,Im old fashioned man,that just dont believe in all this comp.mill.spins,as a criterion,especially checking up successfullness of any system.The numbers didnt come by the rainfall,neither in its raindrops/billions/ isnt written any number/which would be natural,if it did/---but all these numbers are created by the man,himself.WHY?????????              And in what purpose are those numbers computorised??????  Me dont trust .Mechanic??????----Why do you think in some of the Europian countries LOTTO/where mill.of euro is involved/is drown handly,mostly by children????????????And why real pro. roulette players only play mechanic game??????In one night there are about 370 spins--JUST IMAGINE PUTTING 10 TIMES 37 NUMBERS/wheel numbers,which is 370 mix numbers/AND PUT IT IN ONE SACK,THEN DRAW THE NUMBERS,INSTEAD OF SPINING THE WHEEL.Thats how I, old fashioned chap look on these things.After all,I THAT WAS SPINING THIS WHEEL FOR 27 yrs.--------Still alive and still winning.Good luck,Iboba

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Re: RNG Attack - Whats the point .....
February 15, 2009, 03:42:23 AM
Hi alarian

either your calculation or you solution is wrong.

In my fist bet I have 50% chance and 50% odds
In my second bet I have 75% chance and 25% odds, because the percentages add up the longer I bet.

and another:
starting at spin 1 compared with starting at spin 2 is not very senseful

You don't seem to understand the issue I'm pointing out here.

Naturally, if you were to bet at a progression of 2 spins your chances of winning are the accumulated odds percentages.
The point is that it won't matter if you wait for any number of spins, your chances are still going to be the same as if you didn't wait.

If you're betting 5 times in a row following a progression, it won't matter if you start following that progression right away without viewing the history of what's come up or if you wait any number of spins and start betting.

What'll happen is that you'll wait for an unlikely event before betting... but the following event to THAT unlikely event will be proportionally less unlikely...
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Re: RNG Attack - Whats the point .....
April 17, 2009, 02:52:48 PM
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