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This is the first buyer that is not satisfied whit the income,this is what he sad “ovaj sto je jos i najbolji 21 inace , pisao sam vam, jedan je bio 10, jedan 13… :(”
Translate “this table that was best had +21 units by the way, i wrote to you, one was + 10, one was + 13 units… :(”
This happen because he didn’t fully understand the rules of MMG 1 ( that is why you have to learn it properly and ask me if you don’t understand some thing ).

PS. Sergiy, Bebediktus, Eirescott and all others who are pessimistic about mathematical systems and simply say that MMG cant work long term and call me a scammer because they are ignorant and think that they are F Einstein and all of mathematical players and idiots. That is why us “idiots and scammers” can earn some income on roulette and you need some devices to do that! GOOD JOB BRAINIACS and INTELLECTUALS!

We “brainiacs and intellectuals”, if I may be so presumptuous as to claim membership in that group, cite probability theory to support our position, namely that if all numbers have the same chance of showing then the casino expects—yes, yes, “expects”, not “is certain to”—win 2.7% of all money players bet on a single-zero roulette game. This theory is well documented in the literature. Upon what theory is MMG based?

We “brainiacs and intellectuals”, if I may be so presumptuous as to claim membership in that group, cite probability theory to support our position, namely that if all numbers have the same chance of showing then the casino expects—yes, yes, “expects”, not “is certain to”—win 2.7% of all money players bet on a single-zero roulette game. This theory is well documented in the literature. Upon what theory is MMG based?

In words he might understand….... give us a reason why this system will beat the 2.7% HE…..

We “brainiacs and intellectuals”, if I may be so presumptuous as to claim membership in that group, cite probability theory to support our position, namely that if all numbers have the same chance of showing then the casino expects—yes, yes, “expects”, not “is certain to”—win 2.7% of all money players bet on a single-zero roulette game. This theory is well documented in the literature. Upon what theory is MMG based?

In words he might understand….... give us a reason why this system will beat the 2.7% HE…..

Its vary simple, when 6 or more of the same characteristics (red,even or small) numbers appear than i wait till the S2 (black,odd or big) numbers appear i bet on simple chances. I dont know if you have read the introduction part off MMG on fillcom.com , but if you did i dont see the reason you do not understand what im saying….

We “brainiacs and intellectuals”, if I may be so presumptuous as to claim membership in that group, cite probability theory to support our position, namely that if all numbers have the same chance of showing then the casino expects—yes, yes, “expects”, not “is certain to”—win 2.7% of all money players bet on a single-zero roulette game. This theory is well documented in the literature. Upon what theory is MMG based?

In words he might understand….... give us a reason why this system will beat the 2.7% HE…..

Its vary simple, when 6 or more of the same characteristics (red,even or small) numbers appear than i wait till the S2 (black,odd or big) numbers appear i bet on simple chances. I dont know if you have read the introduction part off MMG on fillcom.com , but if you did i dont see the reason you do not understand what im saying….

Its all wery simple. As long as people have some brain left, their curiosity about your system gonna be null. I sudjest you make a demonstration on yourtube or something. We all will see, , probably. Please make it interesting!, somehow, if you can.

Its vary simple, when 6 or more of the same characteristics (red,even or small) numbers appear than i wait till the S2 (black,odd or big) numbers appear i bet on simple chances. I dont know if you have read the introduction part off MMG on fillcom.com , but if you did i dont see the reason you do not understand what im saying….

It’s my day off and I have nothing planned—I really do need to get a life —so I took a look at fillcom.com. At first it looked like a bunch of “watch the birdie mumbo jumbo”, but I did try to divine the fundamental basis for determining what bet(s) to make. I confess I got only as far as the first bet. Here are the results of my analysis.

In the beginning we wait for six consecutive occurrences of the same EC. (You call them “simple chances”; on this forum they are usually called “Even Chances”.) In your example this was six blacks ending with 13. After seeing six ECs we start looking for an EC that repeats and bet one unit it. In your example 27 (red, high, odd) followed 13 (black, low, odd), so you bet one unit on odd.

Question #1: Why wait for six ECs instead of, say, four or nine?
Question #2: What leads you to conclude that an EC has better than an even chance to win after observing seven (or more?) spins?

Its vary simple, when 6 or more of the same characteristics (red,even or small) numbers appear than i wait till the S2 (black,odd or big) numbers appear i bet on simple chances. I dont know if you have read the introduction part off MMG on fillcom.com , but if you did i dont see the reason you do not understand what im saying….

It’s my day off and I have nothing planned—I really do need to get a life —so I took a look at fillcom.com. At first it looked like a bunch of “watch the birdie mumbo jumbo”, but I did try to divine the fundamental basis for determining what bet(s) to make. I confess I got only as far as the first bet. Here are the results of my analysis.

In the beginning we wait for six consecutive occurrences of the same EC. (You call them “simple chances”; on this forum they are usually called “Even Chances”.) In your example this was six blacks ending with 13. After seeing six ECs we start looking for an EC that repeats and bet one unit it. In your example 27 (red, high, odd) followed 13 (black, low, odd), so you bet one unit on odd.

Question #1: Why wait for six ECs instead of, say, four or nine?
Question #2: What leads you to conclude that an EC has better than an even chance to win after observing seven (or more?) spins?

Answer #1: I wait for 5 or more even chances (i call that 1 series),than i just look for the next one….
Answer #2: Look at the link on my site “Live from the casino Wiesbaden” look at the archive and there you will see how many times after 5 or more ECs (es you call them) for example odd,black,red,even,big or small numbers after 3-4 spins comes another 5 or more ECs. I am convinced that this is the only way to beat house edge and looking long term to be in a positive balance.

Question #1: Why wait for six ECs instead of, say, four or nine?
Question #2: What leads you to conclude that an EC has better than an even chance to win after observing seven (or more?) spins?

Answer #1: I wait for 5 or more even chances (i call that 1 series),than i just look for the next one….
Answer #2: Look at the link on my site “Live from the casino Wiesbaden” look at the archive and there you will see how many times after 5 or more ECs (es you call them) for example odd,black,red,even,big or small numbers after 3-4 spins comes another 5 or more ECs. I am convinced that this is the only way to beat house edge and looking long term to be in a positive balance.

So there is no theory behind your system, merely a regression-style analysis of past spins and the development (using linear programming?) of a betting strategy to show a profit for those historical spins. The assumption, of course, is that the pattern of those historical spins which you exploit will continue indefinitely. Do you have some justification for that assumption?

As a quick check I tested a trivial strategy against the same spins you used in your example. I bet one unit on each EC (three units total per spin) that it will repeat.. The table below tabulates my results. (Red cells = loss, green cells = win) As you see I also showed a three-unit profit. My point is that a series of spins can be composed to “demonstrate” the profitability of any sane betting strategy.

Question #1: Why wait for six ECs instead of, say, four or nine?
Question #2: What leads you to conclude that an EC has better than an even chance to win after observing seven (or more?) spins?

Answer #1: I wait for 5 or more even chances (i call that 1 series),than i just look for the next one….
Answer #2: Look at the link on my site “Live from the casino Wiesbaden” look at the archive and there you will see how many times after 5 or more ECs (es you call them) for example odd,black,red,even,big or small numbers after 3-4 spins comes another 5 or more ECs. I am convinced that this is the only way to beat house edge and looking long term to be in a positive balance.

So there is no theory behind your system, merely a regression-style analysis of past spins and the development (using linear programming?) of a betting strategy to show a profit for those historical spins. The assumption, of course, is that the pattern of those historical spins which you exploit will continue indefinitely. Do you have some justification for that assumption?

As a quick check I tested a trivial strategy against the same spins you used in your example. I bet one unit on each EC (three units total per spin) that it will repeat.. The table below tabulates my results. (Red cells = loss, green cells = win) As you see I also showed a three-unit profit. My point is that a series of spins can be composed to “demonstrate” the profitability of any sane betting strategy.

My friend on this example i have only + 1 unit gain,but you changed the numbers its should go like this (12,26,17,10,29,28,13,27,31,3,8,12,6,13). In that case my unit gain is : + 3 units

filles your strategy seems to be so smart, but can be applied only if the game is fair [mathematically] something that i really doubt about new roulete technologies , including ALL types of roulettes live or rng .

As a quick check I tested a trivial strategy against the same spins you used in your example. I bet one unit on each EC (three units total per spin) that it will repeat.. ... I also showed a three-unit profit. My point is that a series of spins can be composed to “demonstrate” the profitability of any sane betting strategy.

My friend on this example i have only + 1 unit gain,but you changed the numbers its should go like this (12,26,17,10,29,28,13,27,31,3,8,12,6,13). In that case my unit gain is : + 3 units

I lack the interest to verify your claim that I changed the example so I concede that point. I assumed the spins given in the explanation of why you were betting as you did, which followed the color coded table, gave additional spins instead of repeating some of those in that table. That assumption appears to be false. For the sequence of spins given above the trivial strategy of betting each EC to repeat breaks even, so your method does better…for that sequence of spins. I stand by my point, which I highlighted above.

This is interesting enough!
But as for me, I’ve been using this kind
of software to play online for more that a year
and the results are fairly stable!
Try it yourself for free and you will be
surprised of how well it works… http://vk.cc/45gJxo
(this is just my experince)

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