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VB - What is VB and why does it work?
Posted: 30 April 2014 03:24 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 31 ]
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VB Meister - 16 January 2012 05:18 PM
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4) Ball speed - After the wheel has been taken care of we look at ball speed. We wait for a specific point in time (same point in every spin) where we would immediately look at our dominant drop (deflector) and what numbers are under the deflector at that time.
So the “point in time” is a constant in every spin. The reference deflector is a constant obviously. Now we just need to adjust for different wheel speeds. (point 3)

I want to ask about “point in time”.As I understand,this point should be constant from the end of spin but not from the beginning?For example,our “point in time” is fifth ball revolution from the end.If so,how can we predict this exact revolution?Thanks

Point in time is from the end of the spin as you rightly pointed out. There are various ways to determine this. One could use visual confirmation. If you look at your ref deflector. Everytime the ball passes by, look at the number under it. You will see yhat the gap between the numbers are small and that they increase slightly every rotation. Suddenly you will see a noticably large gap. This is when the ball reaches it’s knee point. This will always be the same rev away from the drop. another way works the same as a timing light. Imagine you set the timing light to flash every second. If you sbine it on the wheel and the ball is faster than the 1 sec intervals it will appear as if the ball is slowly creeping forward. When the ball takes slows to a second per rev, it will appear it is standing still on the wheel in consequtive revs.

So. If you looked at the ball as it rotates and you count in 1 sec intervals (on every second, look where the ball is on the wheel). It will move forward from point to point. Now as the ball decelerates to taking 1 sec per rev, as you count in 1 sec intervals, the ball should be exactly in the same place on two consequtive counts. Again, this will always be the same distance away from the drop. If you get a metronome watch, you could set it to 1.1 sec for istanve to get even a later rev. The later the rev the more accurate. Off course nmb and placing bets have to be accounted for. Hope that makes sense. Email me if you need more guidance.

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Vb

Hi VB,

I find your VB projection very intersting and would appreciate if I could learn more from you. I am from South Africa and would greatly appreciate any assistance I can receive. You Can email me at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Thank you

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Posted: 02 May 2014 09:28 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 32 ]
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Suddenly you will see a noticably large gap. This is when the ball reaches it’s knee point. This will always be the same rev away from the drop.

The same revoluttion not means the same distance till dropp and that is essential if here are 2-3 dominant diamonds. Knee point really is not point , but whole zone, and if we will look in diferent places for that we will notice that in diferent distances till the end. When player looks to only one stable point he not have oportunity to notice where knee zone begins and where it ends. To notice that player must in one round look to two points. That looks very hard but really are some methods how to achieve that. Are anybody heard about pendulum method ?

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Posted: 12 May 2014 10:35 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 33 ]
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you dont have to necessarily use a paticular spin in order to find drop point, you can use any spin and one paticular wheel speed to do the same thing, only faster. Your predictions will come within 3-4 ball rotations, depending on how fast the ball is spun, and you can couple this method with DS…but you have to find the right dealer. Every spin cannot be a winner, nor should every spin be bet on, but rather only the most ideal spins, which begin with the most ideal wheel speeds, this will eliminate alot of the calculating and make the process more visual.——Brian

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Posted: 19 July 2014 12:24 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 34 ]
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Posted: 19 July 2014 04:06 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 35 ]
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turninupdirt - 19 July 2014 12:24 AM

http://bit.ly/1roJedx

Pfff!

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Posted: 27 July 2014 03:15 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 36 ]
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HELLO ROULETTE COLLEGUES

  YOU MAKE IT ALL SO DIFFICULT

  IF YOU BELIEVE IN OBSERVING THE WHEEL ...

  JUST ADD A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF NUMBERS AFTER THE LAST NUMBER THAT CAME OUT

  EVERY TIME AGAIN

  THAT’LL BE A WINNER ( ha..ha..)

  good luck

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Posted: 27 July 2014 03:19 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 37 ]
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Its a very simplistick way to do it, and the moust difficult one to make it work wink.

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Posted: 27 July 2014 03:20 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 38 ]
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PS ... WE’NOT TALKING ABOUT OPTA ROULETTE

KEEP IN MIND THAT ON A NORMAL ROULETTE WHEEL…
  THERE ARE STILL SOME OBSTACLES THAT WILL OBSTRUCT AND DEVIDE THE BALL IN THE END..
  SO UNPREDICTABLE !

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Posted: 27 July 2014 03:25 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 39 ]
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HELLO SERGIY ,

  ACTUALLY, NOT SO DIFFICULT ..
  JUST FOLLOW THE NUMBERS AND ADVANCE EVERYTIME
  IT WORKS SOMETIMES ... I TRIED IT ... IN THE END .. BUST AGAIN

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Posted: 27 July 2014 08:26 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 40 ]
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Thats why it is so difficult.  You have to account for a lot of factor besides these distances. Long story short. You have to look when these distances are strong and what makes them week. Changes in these factors   gonna make these distances to change. Unless you understand all factors that are in play, it becomes wery scary system to play. If you get a hold on master roulette package and jafco ds package you will be able to implement such a play assuming that you will have patience enouth to lern it properly and test a lot befor placing any bett. I would prefer to play vb wink

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Posted: 07 January 2015 07:45 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 41 ]
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IS THAT VISUAL BALLISTICS OR WHAT?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7I6eFIDUYG4


In this video the dealer spins zero at will in 3 tries. is that possible?

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Posted: 07 January 2015 09:44 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 42 ]
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palestis - 07 January 2015 07:45 PM

IS THAT VISUAL BALLISTICS OR WHAT?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7I6eFIDUYG4


In this video the dealer spins zero at will in 3 tries. is that possible?

He managed it not by skill. Its pure luck. Its very difficult to do “sector shoot”. You will need conditions to be stable and throw ball same way. He demonstrate at least 2 different ways to throw the ball. Ball makes different ammount of revolutions,  wheel goes different directions and different speeds…. last spin where he actually got it is definitely unpredictable and not possible to produce by will power, unless you can moove objects just by looking to them. Summarising. .  Its not even ds, its BS.

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Posted: 09 January 2015 05:03 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 43 ]
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Realplayer26 - 02 May 2014 09:28 AM

Suddenly you will see a noticably large gap. This is when the ball reaches it’s knee point. This will always be the same rev away from the drop.

The same revoluttion not means the same distance till dropp and that is essential if here are 2-3 dominant diamonds. Knee point really is not point , but whole zone, and if we will look in diferent places for that we will notice that in diferent distances till the end. When player looks to only one stable point he not have oportunity to notice where knee zone begins and where it ends. To notice that player must in one round look to two points. That looks very hard but really are some methods how to achieve that. Are anybody heard about pendulum method ?


This is the way that I figured it,  when you find a particular revolution, using a metronome or a head count etc.  you could be at the beginning or the end of it,  which from my own experience tells me that the ball has the potential of not reaching a particular drop point or overshooting it. in the case of a single dominant drop then knowing what point you are in the revolution could tell you where on the diamond the ball will hit. At this time I cant figure out a way of knowing where you are in that “zone”

What I have been trying to do is to find a specific revolution using a head count, in a similar way as the standard metronome method, but starting my count at a specific reference diamond.  if the ball is too fast as it passes then I will start the count again, until the ball hits the same spot after 1 second (experimental time, half second beats) then over the next couple of seconds I will note what patterns are occuring.  This method has been inconclusive,  and thinking about this as I write this could be because the ball may be too fast on one revolution past then too slow on the next hence the patterns do not repeat in the same way. this will also tell me that the “zone” has started (it could be that the first movement from the ref point could be key here…...will have to think further on that)  I believe that I am heading in the correct direction here, but there is something missing from my idea.

I haven’t heard of the pendulum method,  what is it?

Mike

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Posted: 09 January 2015 10:14 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 44 ]
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shadowman - 09 January 2015 05:03 AM
Realplayer26 - 02 May 2014 09:28 AM

Suddenly you will see a noticably large gap. This is when the ball reaches it’s knee point. This will always be the same rev away from the drop.

The same revoluttion not means the same distance till dropp and that is essential if here are 2-3 dominant diamonds. Knee point really is not point , but whole zone, and if we will look in diferent places for that we will notice that in diferent distances till the end. When player looks to only one stable point he not have oportunity to notice where knee zone begins and where it ends. To notice that player must in one round look to two points. That looks very hard but really are some methods how to achieve that. Are anybody heard about pendulum method ?


This is the way that I figured it,  when you find a particular revolution, using a metronome or a head count etc.  you could be at the beginning or the end of it,  which from my own experience tells me that the ball has the potential of not reaching a particular drop point or overshooting it. in the case of a single dominant drop then knowing what point you are in the revolution could tell you where on the diamond the ball will hit. At this time I cant figure out a way of knowing where you are in that “zone”

What I have been trying to do is to find a specific revolution using a head count, in a similar way as the standard metronome method, but starting my count at a specific reference diamond.  if the ball is too fast as it passes then I will start the count again, until the ball hits the same spot after 1 second (experimental time, half second beats) then over the next couple of seconds I will note what patterns are occuring.  This method has been inconclusive,  and thinking about this as I write this could be because the ball may be too fast on one revolution past then too slow on the next hence the patterns do not repeat in the same way. this will also tell me that the “zone” has started (it could be that the first movement from the ref point could be key here…...will have to think further on that)  I believe that I am heading in the correct direction here, but there is something missing from my idea.

I haven’t heard of the pendulum method,  what is it?

Mike

good luck.

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Posted: 10 January 2015 03:05 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 45 ]
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Hi Sergiy

Thank you for your idea,  I think that I understand it and will test it out.  I notice that your explanation has been removed,  should I have further questions, then I will PM you.

I like what you have written and I think it is really clever.  What particularly appeals is the fact that your method is quite intuitive and I reckon that it will be quite flexible in the respect that it could absorb minor imperfections such as a slight change in rotor speed etc.  I also like the fact that it has a “slow motion” feel to it and it is very clear to see what is happening,  it is like you are watching the spin literally unfold in front of your eyes.

At least that is the way that I see it at the moment,  and am sure that I will see a lot more with practice.

Thanks again

Mike

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