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Re: The matrix system
January 29, 2009, 06:36:23 AM
Numbers extracted 14,7,13,11,33,9 and he bets 18,31. I think thats is because GPM sector 9 has hit twice and he picks two numbers of that sector searching for an arrowhead that has started forming. If you check the arrowhead pattern in conjuction with the extracted numbers you will see what I mean...

If i had to make a bet on those numbers i would try 29 7 28 13 36 11, a tie bow bet in a 0 wheel roulette taking into account numbers positions 6 1 2 and sectors 9/7 6/8.
It would be a five spins bet.
It's all about reading randomness: single 0 outcomes (Dublinbet) 11 28 7 5 35 33 11 25 5 25
33 7 35 33 4 14 34 30

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Re: The matrix system
January 29, 2009, 07:00:46 AM
Well it goes on like this:

1, 25, 2, 0, (Holyman here bets 22, 9, 34, 6) 21, 16, 17, 1

and here he says that the Matrix is almost filled and 4, 19, 30, 8, 22, 9 are due. And indeed 9, 8, 34, 28 are the next numbers!

That is what puzzles me the most. I had figured out the European Matrix Kimo Li revealed to us, but I could not understand when we should consider the Matrix filled. Maybe he uses many different Matrices at the same time, that represent different GPM strategies...But still I cannot get it!

Any ideas??

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Re: The matrix system
January 30, 2009, 02:07:51 PM
It looks like Holy Man is playing  a nuke strategy while betting sectors 4/8/9. At the same time he picked numbers stars 3/4 from this sectors.
Numbers extracted 14,7,13,11,33,9,1, 25, 2, 0, (Holyman here bets 22, 9, 34, 6) 21, 16, 17, 1,(Holyman says 4, 19, 30, 8, 22, 9 are due) 9,8,34,28
In the last spins we have 16/9 belong to same number star 3 and 33 star 4. While sectors 4, 8, 9 have been favoured nicely.
19/4, 30/8 and 9/22 are 12 pockets distance from each group.


1 belongs to star 5 sector 5
25   "                1    "      6
2     "                6    "     4        Here there is a tie-bow bet on sectors 4/5 and stars 5/6. Bet 21/2/1/20
0                                           L
21   "                5          4        W
16   "                3          5
17   "                2          6        Here there is a tie-bow bet on sectors 6/9 and stars 1/2. Bet 25/17/14/31.
1    "                 5          5        L
9                      3          9        L  (1 socket from 31)
8                      4          8        L
34                     4         6         L  (1 socket from 17)
28                     2         7         L   a possible tie bow bet on sectors 7/8, stars 2/4 numbers 8/28/11/35 (2 pockets distance)   

Cheers,
Carlos.   


It's all about reading randomness: single 0 outcomes (Dublinbet) 11 28 7 5 35 33 11 25 5 25
33 7 35 33 4 14 34 30

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Re: The matrix system
January 30, 2009, 02:16:00 PM
Good work guys, good luck with cracking it  :thumbsup:
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Re: The matrix system
January 30, 2009, 05:35:10 PM
"but I could not understand when we should consider the Matrix filled"

You can try filling 3 basic matrices here: http://vlsroulette.com/matrix/

Do each dealer and see if you can spot consistent-enough bets! Easily highlighting tool is already there :)

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Re: The matrix system
January 30, 2009, 06:28:10 PM
European Matrix

32   15   19   4   21   2
25   17   34   6   27   13
36   11   30   8   23   10
5   24   16   33   1   20
14   31   9   22   18   29
7   28   12   35   3   26

Looking at the above.......

The horizontal numbers are the wheel going from zero to the right or clockwise. 
The vertical numbers are each spaced 6 spaces apart.

Did everyone know that?  Does it mean anything?

Sam
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Re: The matrix system
January 30, 2009, 08:28:55 PM
European Matrix

32   15   19   4   21   2
25   17   34   6   27   13
36   11   30   8   23   10
5   24   16   33   1   20
14   31   9   22   18   29
7   28   12   35   3   26

Looking at the above.......

The horizontal numbers are the wheel going from zero to the right or clockwise. 
The vertical numbers are each spaced 6 spaces apart.

Did everyone know that?  Does it mean anything?

Sam

European Matrix

S1   S2   S3  S4  S5  S6

32   15   19   4   21   2  =sector1
25   17   34   6   27   13 =sector2
36   11   30   8   23   10 =sector3
5   24   16   33   1   20  =sector4
14   31   9   22   18   29 =sector5
7   28   12   35   3   26  =sector6

S=Star

I dont know if I number them (stars and sectors) in correct order, like it it is in the book, but that how it is if you looking the wheel.

If you whant to get stars just draw 2 triangles, starting from 32-36-14 (from 14 back to 32 to close triangle) and 7-25-5 (from 5 back to 7 to close triangle) and you will get a star. The same goes for other numbers. The wheel have 6 stars and 12 triangles.

A.G.

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Re: The matrix system
January 30, 2009, 09:34:46 PM
Hi
I know nothing about Matrices and their uses........I mean why would you use ,say, matrix 15 over matrix 36 or whichever?
I would love to find out more if anyone can help me  :)
TSK
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Re: The matrix system
January 30, 2009, 11:12:24 PM
Hi
I know nothing about Matrices and their uses........I mean why would you use ,say, matrix 15 over matrix 36 or whichever?
I would love to find out more if anyone can help me  :)
The Spiders Kiss

Hi,

He have 36 matrices because he make one matrix for each number, starting with number 32 in the wheel. I have no idea how he is using, but you can notice that 36 numbers x 36 matrices is 1296, which I found it very interesting.

Those who study Numeris they will know that I can transform 1296 to 396, and that is the fixed code for time of rotation, but i have no idea how Kimo is using his 36 matrices.

Genius work Kimo, I belive you really understand roulette in every little detail.

A.G.

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Re: The matrix system
January 31, 2009, 04:00:31 AM
Kimo Li
Thank you for your explanation so far.
Its fascinating.
I do hope you will continue your explanation for us
Many thanks
TSK
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Re: The matrix system
January 31, 2009, 04:34:37 AM
Hi,

so in theory should be like this.

If i have for example numbers 32.9.31.33.3.11 and if im looking what is missing i have:


X      X       X     X     X
32   15     19    4    21    [highlight]2[/highlight]  X
[highlight]25    17    34    6    27   13[/highlight]
36    11   30    8    23   [highlight]10[/highlight]  X
5      24    16    33   1    [highlight]20[/highlight]  X
14     31    9     22   18  [highlight]29[/highlight]  X
7      28    12    35   3    [highlight]26[/highlight]   X


So Im missing star 6 and pie 6 and the meeting number in horizontal and vertical is number 13. Now I can go to to matrix with number 13 in starting position and select my play. Of course the same goes for repeating numbers. It something like this but only Kimo can confirm if this is correct aproach.

P.S. I never tested and numbers that I use  are not from real permanences, I just use them to show how I think we should be looking the matrix.

A.G.


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Re: The matrix system
January 31, 2009, 05:38:03 AM
Well yes the Matrix seems a great way to track sleeping or heavy hitting sectors/stars. Maybe another way to use it is to combine a heavy hitting sector or Star, with a sleeping Star or Sector accordingly. But I think there is some much more to it, I hope Kimo Li will aid us in exploring the Matrix...

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Re: The matrix system
January 31, 2009, 06:21:51 AM
Well yes the Matrix seems a great way to track sleeping or heavy hitting sectors/stars. Maybe another way to use it is to combine a heavy hitting sector or Star, with a sleeping Star or Sector accordingly. But I think there is some much more to it, I hope Kimo Li will aid us in exploring the Matrix...

Best Regards

Hi,

To find the real advantage in this, software with observation screen (for matrix) and option for entering the condition that you want to check would be need it. We would get enough large sample to see what is really going when certain condition is happen. Testing by hand takes to many time and to many mistakes are made.

Im sure someone can write software with observation screen and highlights.

A.G.

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Re: The matrix system
January 31, 2009, 08:42:19 AM
Hi Kimo,

Thanks for great information. I will start with 4x9 because it goes together with what Im already studying.

FOUR MATRIX SECTORS:
[numbers]
32   15   19       4   21   2
25   17   34       6   27   13
36   11   30       8   23   10

5    24     16       33   1   20
14    31    9       22   18  29
7    28    12       35    3   26
[/numbers]

Here is another question for matrix, but not for roulette. What kind of matrix do you suggests if I would need to use for 39 numbers of lottery. In my country lottery have 39 numbers.

Thanks for your answer


P.S. What word "jist" means? Im not an english person and I cant find that word in my dictionary.

A.G.




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Re: The matrix system
January 31, 2009, 09:06:31 AM
Hello Gavioli, everybody has a slip at the keyboard every now and then... try "Gist" ;)

And by all means, keep on with the enriching debating.

Regards.
Your friend,
Victor