## EE, OO and EO or OE numbers......

Started by Carlitos, April 14, 2008, 01:35:20 PM

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#### Carlitos

Hi Folks,

Lett's look at the numbers that have double numbers like 10, 23, 35 etc.... Lett's look at EE even, even numbers, OO odd, odd numbers and EO even, odd, or OE odd, even numbers.

When we look at the EE even even numbers we count only 5 numbers being -,

20 - 22 - 24 - 26 - 28. See 20, 2 is even and 0 is even too. 24, 2 is even and 4 also.

It's weird that there are only 5 such numbers in the game of roulette and they are all black.

Lett's look at OO odd odd numbers we count 8 numbers being -,

11 - 13 - 15 - 17 - 19 - 31 - 33 - 35. Only 19 is red.

Lett's look at the EO or OE even odd numbers. Well of these we have a lot more, 14 EO numbers -,

10 - 12 - 14 - 16 - 18 - 21 - 23 - 25 - 27 - 29 - 30 - 32 - 34 - 36. Only 10 and 29 are black.

Now one can say that if you have more from X set of numbers then there is were to put your money on.

However, i have looked at the permenanzen and when the EE or OO come along, even there are only 5, it seems they come together. Not always off course.

Left out are the single numbers. These we can add them with EE or OO or join them with the EO.

Perhaps some ideas or brainstorming on this?

Carlitos 8-)

Hey Carlitos, good observation.

Now what's left is to test it. I can code a module but then it won't be right away, as there is currently a little bit of a "queue"... unless you want to start with manual testing, please tell me if this one should be "modded"  ?

#### Carlitos

Hi Victor,

If you like   But first we must see whether we can build an system around it....

Carlitos 8-)

#### TwoCatSam

Hi

What if we took just the singles and bet for another single.  I count nine singles.  Try nine numbers X 4 spins = 36 possible tries at a hit.

The question is:  Would this beat the average of any nine numbers?  Would the OO or EE beat the average?  If it did, voodoo is at work; if not, back to the ol' drawing board.

Sam

#### Carlitos

Hi Twocatsam,

There are 10 singles, also de zero can be seen as an single. Like you say, you also could waitt for the 10's, or the 20's and 30?s. It's about the combination. When an E even single comes watch what happens when an EE also comes along.

Carlitos 8-)

#### TwoCatSam

Carlitos

OK, I did some dry testing of this on Riverbelle, a live wheel.  I quickly found that one needs a jump in and jump out point or you will be betting EE, OO, OE and EO all the time.  When we have an OO and we hit another OO, we cannot start seeking a new OO as if we were a new player looking at the board after the fact.  We will soon be betting 30 numbers all the time.

I do find that you're right; this phenomenon happens quite frequently.  I will try to discover a trigger to tell us when to start betting.

TwoCat

#### Carlitos

Hi Twocatsam,

When you look at an EE even number like an single or double then watch whether another even comes along. Most of the times it is follow by an EE even number. And even a lot of times the first EE double numbers come up show again.

Now because there are only 5 EE numbers one would think that they would not show as match but this is not the case when you look at the permenanzen.

Now the same would apply to the OO numbers even there are more OO numbers, however here it does not always happen, so far that i have checked it. But when you see that it is heavenly comming up you will see that OO numbers are follow also by OO numbers.

Also the EO number can have an good run but not always. But you are right when you talk about an jump in and out moment. One must try to read it good and watch for triggers......

Carlitos 8-)

#### Carlitos

Hi Twocatsam,

Lett's look at these numbers from Hohensyburg permenanzen of today 17/04/2008 table 22.

23
11
0      SE, single even number.
10
20      EE, double even number.
32
22      EE
0      SE
34
9
12
2       SE
17
0     SE
4       SE
10
29
9
12
34
28     EE
17
16
2      SE
4      SE
33
15
14
35
12
30
34
18
1
2      SE
28    EE
--
15
29
26    EE
36
7
24    EE
6     SE
14
23
9
27
28     EE
26     EE
34
7
26     EE
28     EE
11
23
23
7
12
20     EE
10
--
11
0    SE
0    SE
1
17
19
34
16
9
15
20     EE
9
27
22     EE
27
4       SE
16
5
--
15
0     SE
1
14

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