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nutflush
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April 17th, 2014 at 9:35:37 PM permalink
Thanks brother,,
dwheatley
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April 18th, 2014 at 4:02:31 PM permalink
The normal way to prove this doesn't work is to say 2 negative numbers (your expectation from two bad bets on the field) can't add up to a positive number. That is all. Don't try it with money you can't afford to lose.
Wisdom is the quality that keeps you out of situations where you would otherwise need it
CasinoClown
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April 28th, 2014 at 12:02:39 PM permalink
Quote: nutflush

Can anyone here prove it wrong?



you seem in my book to be just asking a straight forward question...does it work? i went ahead and applied the principles the video suggest, and found some success with it several times. my first time out i gained $130 in 10 minutes, and other times less, but when i achieved success it was never less then $80, however i did lose during one session a lot...i encountered a bad set of roles, with it roll of 5-6-7-8, over and over for about 10 to 12 rolls.

however nothing of coarse is heavy in your favor, the video states the odds are 80% in your favor, if that was true 20% of the time it is still possible to lose your money.

i hope my trying it and letting you know helps you.
CasinoClown
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April 28th, 2014 at 12:28:24 PM permalink
craps player for life
TerribleTom
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April 28th, 2014 at 1:10:28 PM permalink
More SPAM?

IP check on aisle 3, please.
Ahigh
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April 28th, 2014 at 3:01:03 PM permalink


This is the recursive strategy that always works. Well, it works at least until you have no more money.
drjohnny
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May 1st, 2014 at 9:42:00 AM permalink
This system is pure garbage.

I did a few sims of this system with real dice a couple years ago and once encountered 15 consecutive field bet losses.

I've played craps no more than 20 times in the casino and I've already seen shooters roll over a dozen field losers in a row.

I wonder how much the kid in the video was able to win in real life before getting destroyed by a single bad run at the tables.
Deucekies
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May 1st, 2014 at 3:09:00 PM permalink
Just like any other martingale bet, it works until it doesn't.
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13s
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May 2nd, 2014 at 12:46:20 AM permalink
Thoughts regarding similarities to the following scenario?


You're led to a football field with the promise that there is a game set up which you have 99% of winning a million bucks.

You see ten rows of ten briefcases numbered 1 to 100.

You're told that 99 of the briefcases contain a million dollars and if you open one of them the cash is yours to keep...

But one of the cases contains a poisonous gas which will kill you instantly.

The game's always available and you can come back and play any time... (A new game assumes the case is replaced and reset randomly with 99 x $1M and 1 x gas again)

So would you play and open a case? (Try and imagine the genuine million dollar payout!)


Many would and get away with it, but spend the money and come back for another hit... It's pretty hard to give up with the 99% chance of winning...

But generally the game ends sooner or later with one result:

A dead man.
endermike
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May 2nd, 2014 at 6:38:41 AM permalink
Quote: 13s

Thoughts regarding similarities to the following scenario?


You're led to a football field with the promise that there is a game set up which you have 99% of winning a million bucks.

You see ten rows of ten briefcases numbered 1 to 100.

You're told that 99 of the briefcases contain a million dollars and if you open one of them the cash is yours to keep...

But one of the cases contains a poisonous gas which will kill you instantly.

The game's always available and you can come back and play any time... (A new game assumes the case is replaced and reset randomly with 99 x $1M and 1 x gas again)

So would you play and open a case? (Try and imagine the genuine million dollar payout!)


Many would and get away with it, but spend the money and come back for another hit... It's pretty hard to give up with the 99% chance of winning...

But generally the game ends sooner or later with one result:

A dead man.

Not a bad analogy. However, I would say 1mil is probably too much. 1mil is life changing money for the average (median) American (to say nothing of its effects on the average human). Death is worse, but not quite worse enough in my opinion.

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