Well that's your problem, you're trying to convince the ball to behave when you should be sending positive energy vibes to the wheel.Quote: QFIT
Well, Quantum Theory includes corollaries that you can affect past events (delayed-choice) and cause actions at a great distance (quantum entanglement). Problem is, only been shown with particles. Canít seem to get a Roulette ball to behave.:)
Boom! Thread goes full circle and the OP's question is answered =D.Quote: QFIT
Good luck getting there.:) ďLong runĒ is really a macroeconomic term. It has no definitive mathematic definition, and outside of economics is a relative term. In the AP world, it is generally considered the point where you have a pretty good chance of being reasonably near your EV. The most popular point among APs is 1SD. But, thatís just because itís how Brett Harris defined N0.
Couldn't agree more. Experience from which we lean knowledge. Knowledge that builds and builds and with reflection on our knowledge, from our experiences, it becomes the foundation of wisdom.Quote: QFIT
Well, I can walk a block to the grocery store. Or, proceed in the opposite direction and experience the world on the way. And life is about experience.
C) When a situation or game appears where you WILL NOT be able to reach the "long run" before the game disappears (e.g. a one-time one-day promotion at a new casino, or a slot machine appears which disappears three months later.
Sometimes, the edge is so high (e.g. BJ 2x-3x blackjacks) that professionals come out of the woodwork to hammer the one-day promotion.
But other times it is only a small edge.
"+EV" long-term analysis, may not be as useful as short-term playing tactics, which may include money management - actively looking at real-time win/loss to decide on strategy. I have not found much useful information on-line or in any books discussing "+EV" situations where you may only have 1-10% of the "long-run" time.