1. hey my man that is the same system i play when the casinos open 46 years now, but i play the six on the same table , hard to get six to repeat itself on the tables anywhere—and if you want to , i play like this to and you can play more often and get off the table much quicker set and watch and see what the first six are and then start playing , no matter where you when at you can count back six times and record the opposite six again it works so good 1,00000s o hands and i haven't seen it on a hit run ever

  2. Testing a Martingale approach almost always shows positive results. Once you start doing it continuously at a real casino, the losses will come.
    People don't see the value of charting with Hit & Run.

  3. I believe this system works more effectively if it only played at the start of a shoe compared to playing it anywhere in the shoe. Hopefully more than 63 units will be made before the inevitable loss

  4. There are 64 possible 6-digit patterns of banker/player. If you select a random pattern to bet against, the odds of that pattern repeating are 1 in 4,096, but if you select a single pattern (in this case BBP BBP) the odds of hitting go down to 1 in 64. If you select the last 6 digit pattern in the shoe to bet against, the odds are also 1 in 64. It's much better to pick a random pattern to bet against, like your friend did by selecting a pattern from another table. When you consider there are approximately 70 6-digit patterns in an average shoe, you will run up against a matching pattern once every 60 shoes on average if you play random patterns for the entire 60 shoes. If you only play 12 hands, it will take approximately 600 shoes to run up against a matching pattern.

  5. I'm assuming whatever rationale you use to select your pattern of six decisions, it doesn't matter whether you bet "for" or "against" your pattern, either way the shoe is forced to do the same gymnastics to beat you, correct?

  6. Hereโ€™s another analogy to prove my point on the odds of 2 patterns coinciding. Take a pair of dice and put 1 die aside with 6 showing on top. That die is stationary and not random. Roll the other die until it shows a six. That die will show random numbers as it is rolled. So, one die is random and one die is not. On average, you will roll a 6 1 time in 6 rolls. Now roll both die at the same time. Bothe dies are now random. On average, you will roll a pair of sixes once every 36 rolls. The same holds true for patterns. Betting against random patterns is the way to go if you want win.

  7. Hi. I hope all is well? I have a request if i may? Would you please do a video with your simulator on the PATTERN ( PBPPBB )?
    Im just curious how it will go and will it be favorable in several situations.
    Always enjoy your videos and thank you.

  8. Hi there, FYI, have been trudging your system out for several hours over several days and never lost, thought I'd go live, after 5 wins I ended up losing six in a row, thought I'd stick to it as odds were in my favor not to happen again quickly, I was correct in saying that as made my money back plus extra.

    Must say, great system.

    Did you know how I can get a copy of the simulator?

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