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Posted: 22 July 2015 04:13 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 31 ]
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I don’t claim those things either…you have anger issues

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Posted: 23 July 2015 05:20 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 32 ]
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roulettedealer - 22 July 2015 04:13 PM

I don’t claim those things either…you have anger issues

1.“I communicate via email and keep a line of communication open with my customers and guide them through the process of cracking whichever wheel they choose to play.”
2.“my method can be used on any wheel, though more effectively on some than others”
3.“I use the deflectors as well. when determining ball drop, it is not an exact science, there is room for error, however, you have significantly increased your advantage by doing so, regardless of any unforeseen circumstances. many times, the deflector being struck is not a problem when it comes down to ball drop, because if you are playing on an ideal wheel speed then it will not throw off your prediction by much”
4.“scatter is an average, not an exact number, so the ball striking the deflectors will average in over the coarse of your observations, and this will be accounted for in your average ball scatter”
5.“I don’t care what the model of the wheel is, because they can all be played using my method, you simply have to collect new data for each wheel”
6.“and about my mapping system, this system is not flawed at all, this is a very accurate method of predicting ball drop”
7.“the ball drop can be predicted…..I do it all the time”
8.“I could go back and forth with you forever, but you really should do your homework before you come at me, because I am the expert on the subject, I am doing it everyday…and that’s the fact of the matter”
9.“I use reference points for timing the wheel and also for cross referencing ball intersections with previous collected data to determine the most likely drop point of the ball, then simply add the scatter.”
10. “I also use a mapping method I developed which does essentially the same thing, but this is dependent on exact conditions being met for a particular wheel, and the data will have a “shelf life”, meaning the predictability of this compiled data is only good for a session at most, then must be recalculated.”
11.“it took me a long time and a lot of work to develop the method I use”
  After all of this, when you say that l do not know what lm tolking about…. and l have “anger issues”. No words ,bro. lm simply unable to simplify it further for you.
Just curios… how do you feel reading all the bs you post?

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Posted: 23 July 2015 06:06 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 33 ]
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I do claim those things, I do not claim the things you were talking about in your earlier post. I never said that every single spin is a winner….that’s ridiculous, but there are far more winners than loosers….my system works, plain and simple. there is nothing you can say that is going to make me forget that I have been winning consistently year after year. I have not had a loosing year in 8 years. can you say that? do you even play roulette? probably another online roulette expert, like p90X, or whatever his name was. still cant believe that guy had his own section in the forum. yall would probably get along pretty well, you should look him up sometime. any other questions for me? or more of the same?

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Posted: 23 July 2015 06:12 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 34 ]
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just thought I would add, im at work right now, dealing roulette all day. targeting sections of the wheel to wipe a guy out….a stiff. just hit 3 10’s in a row followed by an 8….the opposite side of the wheel from where this guy bets…...oh yeah, I forgot that was impossible…my bad. just simple wheel and ball timings…..the same concept just on the opposite side of the table.

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Posted: 23 July 2015 07:05 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 35 ]
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roulettedealer - 23 July 2015 06:12 PM

just thought I would add, im at work right now, dealing roulette all day. targeting sections of the wheel to wipe a guy out….a stiff. just hit 3 10’s in a row followed by an 8….the opposite side of the wheel from where this guy bets…...oh yeah, I forgot that was impossible…my bad. just simple wheel and ball timings…..the same concept just on the opposite side of the table.

Look number 7.
Your method needs mapping intersections of ball and wheel? Now you can “create” them? There was a website of some clown calling himself “roulette god”, was it you by any chance?

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Posted: 24 July 2015 11:34 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 36 ]
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Qweak observations or why l consider Brian a bs tolker.
I listed moments where he was tolling bs in previous posts. There is a list there and it’s easy to find.
I’ll explain line by line, argument by argument.
1. Not every wheel can be beaten. He advises by email to the costumers WICHEVER wheel THEY choos to play.
Besides, as he himself confirms on line number 10, data is perishable. It means, today’s data has little relationship with yesterday one. I find it rediculos.
2. As not every wheel is beatable, he claimed his method to be usable in all wheels. It’s bs.
3. Concept of” ideal wheel speed” means that speed of rotor will compensate for different ball drop point.. It’s absolute bs!!! Only usable if we mistake on revolution ( ball speed ) identification,  timings to another drop point ( diamond/hour position on wheel) will compensate for our mistake ( stupidity). In real play, if we are right in our timings and ball goes to other drop point, our mistake will be huge. No ” compencation” for real player, only stupid luck for dummies.
4. Use of ” average ball scatter” means that we have to add some value of expected ball jumps to our prediction. It’s dangerous.  We have to use ” most frequently scatter” instead!!! Scatter graph usually has more then one pick with negative zones in the middle between them, using averages will often make super negative results in good and othervise positive game.
Ignoring dispersion in scatter brings other problem, there is always dispersion between prediction and number at drop point, it can be considerable large depending on many factors ( ball, wheel, materials, conditions..ets). So our prediction- outcome relative distance can be expressed as a sector of higher probability ( sector of consequtive numbers on the wheel). Even inside this sector we do not know wich number ball will hit, can be any. Adding exact distance as offset for ball jumps, means that we have double dispersion . First is prediction- drop, second is drop- stop.
It’s simply unreasonable and stupid way to proceed. More dispersed our sector of higher probability - less money to be won,  if any.
5. Wheels do require different levels of accuracy in timings and different approaches to be attacked properly. Stating that he doesn’t care about model of wheel, ball ets is stupid and unprofessional.  His statement is simply a lie and bs. Even 2 wheels of same make, same ball and same dealer are different things, it’s besides every wheel being individual. But knowing make of wheel and observing it’s behaviour can be super valuable for astitute player.
6. Is his system is HG? It has no flaws?  As l explained in previous posts, mapping methods have same sett of problems and first of them is accuracy. If we time ball with the wheel, we need exact wheel speed and exact observation ability. However, as l found in my studies, human ability to determine visual read Is subject to human error and measurement error. What makes it even worst, is that errors are not stable and can change their values depending on some factors. It’s not uncommon to have up to 5 pokets error in observations. Anyone who has windows pc can download avidemux and verify it by himself. So… bs egein.
7. About ball drop prediction. ... it’s only posible if you are ” roulette god”, wich l think Brian is smile. ” all the time”... hm.. whatever.
Anyone in possession of avidemux software can himself right down ball lap times and see what there can be predicted . No coments.
8. It’s a words of somebody with really small brain and biggest egomania l witnessed up till today. Im still laughing on this statement.
9. “Add the scatter egein “... lol!
10. Already explaned.
11. It took him long time to “develop” this ” method” , so he feels he need ” to be recompencated”.
Qweak qwestion… And casinos do not compensate for your developments? ???

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Posted: 24 July 2015 02:32 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 37 ]
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Honestly. I have also crossed swords with Brian in the past. I will not elaborate. One has to admit though that his mapping method is unique and his….. no one else. There is merit in it. Not that I would use it but still there are few that can say they have done something unique. So Kudus to Brian for that. I respect that.

Speaking out of personal experience. I can teach someone my genuine methods used today and that person can fail simply because to adapt is very important and nothing is ABC. I know why I am successful. Simply because I read conditions early and adapt well… forget about
the AP method used. Except for mastering the art of prediction, experience in changing conditions are essential. Reading the dealer very important especially when they are on to you. I love it when they are so threathened that they spin every zpin the wheel speed excessively different….. I cash out… walk away and stand in the back ground. Dealer forgets about you. Spins that wheel speed you have been waiting for and Boom! You hit again. Sometimes. Walk away. Have something to eat and return with new dealer…. it is always a cat and mouse game.

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Posted: 24 July 2015 04:10 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 38 ]
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VB Meister - 24 July 2015 02:32 PM

Honestly. I have also crossed swords with Brian in the past. I will not elaborate. One has to admit though that his mapping method is unique and his….. no one else. There is merit in it. Not that I would use it but still there are few that can say they have done something unique. So Kudus to Brian for that. I respect that.

Speaking out of personal experience. I can teach someone my genuine methods used today and that person can fail simply because to adapt is very important and nothing is ABC. I know why I am successful. Simply because I read conditions early and adapt well… forget about
the AP method used. Except for mastering the art of prediction, experience in changing conditions are essential. Reading the dealer very important especially when they are on to you. I love it when they are so threathened that they spin every zpin the wheel speed excessively different….. I cash out… walk away and stand in the back ground. Dealer forgets about you. Spins that wheel speed you have been waiting for and Boom! You hit again. Sometimes. Walk away. Have something to eat and return with new dealer…. it is always a cat and mouse game.

VB, l developed couple of methods myself, to descover later that someone already developed it befor. ..
There are methods and Methods, some of them are more useful that others. VB itself is like an onion, it has many layers,  everything is dependent upon level of compriention.  Conditions are real god of roulette, if one doesn’t know adjust, he knows nothing smile.

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Posted: 24 July 2015 04:33 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 39 ]
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sergiy - 24 July 2015 04:10 PM
VB Meister - 24 July 2015 02:32 PM

Honestly. I have also crossed swords with Brian in the past. I will not elaborate. One has to admit though that his mapping method is unique and his….. no one else. There is merit in it. Not that I would use it but still there are few that can say they have done something unique. So Kudus to Brian for that. I respect that.

Speaking out of personal experience. I can teach someone my genuine methods used today and that person can fail simply because to adapt is very important and nothing is ABC. I know why I am successful. Simply because I read conditions early and adapt well… forget abo0ut
the AP method used. Except for mastering the art of prediction, experience in changing conditions are essential. Reading the dealer very important especially when they are on to you. I love it when they are so threathened that they spin every zpin the wheel speed excessively different….. I cash out… walk away and stand in the back ground. Dealer forgets about you. Spins that wheel speed you have been waiting for and Boom! You hit again. Sometimes. Walk away. Have something to eat and return with new dealer…. it is always a cat and mouse game.

VB, l developed couple of methods myself, to descover later that someone already developed it befor. ..
There are methods and Methods, some of them are more useful that others. VB itself is like an onion, it has many layers,  everything is dependent upon level of compriention.  Conditions are real god of roulette, if one doesn’t know adjust, he knows nothing smile.

Exactly. Conditions.is what it is all about. I have developed many different ways too…. but from other ideas which were not my own. Honestly. The mapping idea is an unique idea….. so kudus again

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Posted: 24 July 2015 04:39 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 40 ]
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VB Meister - 24 July 2015 04:33 PM
sergiy - 24 July 2015 04:10 PM
VB Meister - 24 July 2015 02:32 PM

Honestly. I have also crossed swords with Brian in the past. I will not elaborate. One has to admit though that his mapping method is unique and his….. no one else. There is merit in it. Not that I would use it but still there are few that can say they have done something unique. So Kudus to Brian for that. I respect that.

Speaking out of personal experience. I can teach someone my genuine methods used today and that person can fail simply because to adapt is very important and nothing is ABC. I know why I am successful. Simply because I read conditions early and adapt well… forget abo0ut
the AP method used. Except for mastering the art of prediction, experience in changing conditions are essential. Reading the dealer very important especially when they are on to you. I love it when they are so threathened that they spin every zpin the wheel speed excessively different….. I cash out… walk away and stand in the back ground. Dealer forgets about you. Spins that wheel speed you have been waiting for and Boom! You hit again. Sometimes. Walk away. Have something to eat and return with new dealer…. it is always a cat and mouse game.

VB, l developed couple of methods myself, to descover later that someone already developed it befor. ..
There are methods and Methods, some of them are more useful that others. VB itself is like an onion, it has many layers,  everything is dependent upon level of compriention.  Conditions are real god of roulette, if one doesn’t know adjust, he knows nothing smile.

Exactly. Conditions.is what it is all about. I have developed many different ways too…. but from other ideas which were not my own. Honestly. The mapping idea is an unique idea….. so kudus again

Can he see deceleration of ball with his mapping method? Answer is probably not. I have a method similar to mapping wich permits to do so. When l commented it with Houston, he told it was old method of Lourence Scott. Imagine my frustration . Lol.
There is nothing new under the moon. Even with my vb3 , wich is resent devolpment, Bebedictus from other forum does something similar😲😪

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Posted: 24 July 2015 06:52 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 41 ]
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everything is taken into account when you use my mapping method…..the nature of it and the reason for it is to eliminate the need to account for every variable…its all in there. this is why it must be redone over and over again…becasue the variables change as the wheel spins, over time. a wheel must be re mapped each time you play.

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Posted: 24 July 2015 08:20 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 42 ]
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roulettedealer - 24 July 2015 06:52 PM

everything is taken into account when you use my mapping method…..the nature of it and the reason for it is to eliminate the need to account for every variable…its all in there. this is why it must be redone over and over again…becasue the variables change as the wheel spins, over time. a wheel must be re mapped each time you play.

Brian, on some wheels, where tilt is sensitive, change can happen any moument. It can stupidly start to rain outside. You may have perfect match in your “map”, but results gonna be far from perfect. Besides, even without raining, tiny changes in ball speed , still can give you “perfect map”, if wheel speed will be slightly different. So you have your perfect map, but ball just do not go there. What you will do? Remap? It takes time, and time is money!!! How long you will take to realise that change happened?  In case of my slicing method, l will know that something is not right in 3 spins maximum. It will not depend on dealer, but on conditions only. I will not wait to some particular wheel speed to readjust, cos l can “throw"wheel speed away and look ball only having same result of observations as l could with constant rotor speed on every trial. And l do not clame myself to be an expert,others do it for some reason, mostly on sarcastic way . Lol.
It’s not to say that “my dick is bigger” , but to call your atention to limitations af such approach as mapping.  Even if it’s super unique,  mapping uses wheel speed to look ball and changes in ball can be small but leading to big divergence in results.

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Posted: 24 July 2015 11:13 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 43 ]
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my mapping method does not rely on wheel speed to determine ball drop, but i only play certain wheel speeds because of their effect on ball scatter. and i never have any trouble with it…rain sleet ice or snow…so youre wrong there too. you keep talking about what is supposidly flawed with my methods, but they work for me…plain and simple. no method is perfect, and every spin cannot be a winner, but ive been ahead of the game for a long time now, and its due to years of practice and patience and trial and error.

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Posted: 25 July 2015 12:58 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 44 ]
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Roulettedealer,

Where are or have you been a dealer?

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Posted: 25 July 2015 02:49 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 45 ]
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ive dealt at a various casinos along the MS gulf coast

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