Started by Mr Chips, May 18, 2009, 02:40:59 PM

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Mr Chips

I used the word 'temporary' to cover the situation in my reply 51 select spin 12 plus the NOTE. Did you understand that reply?

I think I have covered all aspects of the C Table.

Nherisson

Quote from: Mr Chips on May 29, 2009, 02:27:12 AM
I used the word 'temporary' to cover the situation in my reply 51 select spin 12 plus the NOTE. Did you understand that reply?

Actually, I don't understand that reply 51. Mr Chips, please, can you give me one more example when the C Table is desactivated temporary?
Because in your reply 51, you talk about that at selective spin 12 but did you really apply this desactivation at selective spin 12 or it's just an example?
After that, the C Table is activated until the last selective spin or not?

Otherwise, I think I understood all the others aspects of the C Table. We will see with practice...

I attached numbers with this post. Can you give me detailed notes with these numbers because I have only one hit over more than 90 spins...

Thank you again Mr Chips

Regards

Nherisson

Mr Chips

Nherisson,

In this example the C Table is 'active'

C Table

[table=,]
l,m,h
1,1,1
2,2,2
3
4
5
[/table]

The leader in the C Table is l and therefore when ever the first and second groups in a section are as follows:

34
13
?

It is expected that ? will be a lower group number and as l is the leader in the C Table the C column in the Main Table is temporarily
activated.

In the next section there is

2
17
?

Here the  expectation is m and therefore the C Table is 'active' again.

I hope this helps you to understand the last query of the C Table.

I probably won't be able look at your attached numbers until Sunday or Monday

Regards

Mr Chips

Nherisson

Quote from: Mr Chips on May 29, 2009, 02:44:41 PMIn the next section there is

2
17
?

Here the  expectation is m and therefore the C Table is 'active' again.

So if the C Table is activate again we play L numbers because l is in the lead in the C Table. So after number 17, we bet on L numbers. Is it correct?

Mr Chips

C column in the Main Table is the leader. When the C Table has been activated, then the second leader in the Main Table becomes

2
17
?

We would want an h group number.

Nherisson

I thought when the C Table is activate then we bet on the leader of the C Table but in your reply, you seem to say that we have to play the second leader of the Main Table, so I'm a bit lost...

Mr Chips

17
32
?

The C Table has an l leader, therefore an L group is expected, therefore the C Table stops and the C column in the Main Table
starts.

14
2
?

This cannot make an l section in the C Table only an h, therefore the C column in the Main Table stops and the C Table starts,
which means ignore the C column and only bet on columns LG, MG, HG.

Reply 71 explained what happened in the Main Table, when the C Table has been activated. The C column stops,
so if HG is the leader we would want an HG group.

You just have to think that when the C column shuts down then you concentrate on LG MG HG. when the C column opens again
it is because say l is in the lead in the C Table and you have :

35
14
?  l expectation shut down the C Table, open the C column.

Mr Chips

potatochips

Mr Chips, maybe it might be interesting to know why did you introduce this C table into your plan. I mean, what extraordinary event did you want to handle when you came up with this idea that the main table could not handle appropriately? I presume there is a logical reason to use this table.

potatochips

QuoteYou just have to think that when the C column shuts down then you concentrate on LG MG HG. when the C column opens again it is because say l is in the lead in the C Table and you have

Something, does not make sense here. If the C column is in the lead in the main table then we will still concentrate on LG MG HG. What difference will it make whether or not the C table is activated then ? Is it not redundant to use two tables to target the same group?

Mr Chips

potatochips,

I don't know about an "extraordinary event", but it's a fact that the C column is often in the lead and therefore when the hits are
coming from the other columns, a way had to be found to take advantage when this happens and so the C Table was developed.

It helps to increase the profits and of course reduce losses.

Mr Chips

potatochips,

As far as I can see your question implies that you do not understand the C Table and as I have explained it in great detail, I can
only refer you to the previous explanations, as I am close to C Table exhaustion

Mr Chips

Mr Chips

Available Numbers

21, 3x2, 29, 12, 19

13, 24, 5, 32, 15, 4

34, 9x2, 25, 26, 7, 35, 17

Main Table

[table=,]
LG,MG,HG,C
1,1,1,1
2,2,2,2
3,3,3,3
4,,4,4
5,,5,5
,,6,6
[/table]

C Table

[table=,]
l,m,h
1,1,1
,2,2
,3,
[/table]

[table=,]
select spins,section groups,+/1
1,21,
2,13,-1
3,34,-2
4,9,-3
5,25,-5
6,24,-8
7,26,-11
8,3,-15
9,29,-17
10,5,-20
11,32,-24
12,7,-28
13,3,-33
14,15,-38
15,12,-43
16,9,-12
17,19,-18
18,35,-24
19,4,-31
20,17,-39 exit
[/table]

Detailed Notes

select spin 5: A number from each group. Nothing for the C column, so there could well be a catch up
later in the session.

select spin 10: Good selection of available numbers but no hits. C column with just one section group

select spin 15: The only positive signs in this session is the selection of available numbers and bets are
reasonable. Just one hit but not for HG. At spin 49 and close to the -50 approx minimum loss.

select spin 16: A win so this ensures a minimum loss if necessary at approx -50.

select spin 20: I have seen so many similar sessions. The C column has finally caught up HG.
HG and C are level, which is not a good sign. The session is showing little in the way of a positive outcome,
therefore accept a loss of -39 units, which is within the minimum loss of -50 approx.

Nherisson

Mr Chips, thank you again for this complete analysis

However, I found a mistake...
At select spin 15, HG and LG are level in the Main Table. BUT, LG is the last active section (selecte spin 15), so at select spin 16, we play for LG numbers and we loose because it's an HG number.

What do you think?

potatochips

Mr Chips. would it be possible to add another column in your report, namely, the expectation for every 'select spins'. That would greatly help to verify we have selected the same group.

Mr Chips

Nherisson,

Yes it was a mistake, I should have checked it. I have written on many occasions always do checks especially at the casino, as
it is so easy to make a mistake.

[table=,]
select spins,section groups,+/-
16,9,-48
17,19,-54
[/table]

Detailed Notes

select spin 16 : HG missed out on a win and for the second time. At this stage of the session there are no positive signs and as
the session is showing a loss of -48 the next select spin will decide on a probable exit.

select spin 17: The loss now is -54 and this is in line with the minimum loss of -50 approx. The negative signs in the sessions
far out weigh the selection of available numbers and the low reasonable bets. It appears to be the correct decision to exit here.

Mr Chips

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