StJohn66
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December 30th, 2023 at 9:41:56 AM permalink

P.S. Understand that i do not need to be explained or reminded in anyway, that it is a waste of time, so don't do it. That does not matter in this instance.
ThatDonGuy
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December 30th, 2023 at 11:56:06 AM permalink
First of all, I think a few things need to be determined:

1. What inputs are used? For example, does somebody just push one of three buttons (Player, Banker, Tie), and the scoreboard refreshes?

2. Is this intended to be full-size, so it would run on a PC or laptop, or is it expected to run as a phone app of some sort?

3. What is the algorithm for the predictor box? I have a feeling that the scoreboards that have this use a proprietary algorithm that is not available to the public.
StJohn66
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Joined: Dec 30, 2023
February 26th, 2024 at 3:59:48 PM permalink
Hello

1. What inputs are used? For example, does somebody just push one of three buttons (Player, Banker, Tie), and the scoreboard refreshes?

= Which ever is easier but the best existing example is by Game Spring, called the Baccarat Scorecard, available for free on either Apple Store or Android Google play store.

2. Is this intended to be full-size, so it would run on a PC or laptop, or is it expected to run as a phone app of some sort?

= Both. With the advent of smart phones, theres been an interesting dynamic that's developed between the cost of producing full web-based version v a mobile app, in terms of cost. But both would be preferable.

3. What is the algorithm for the predictor box? I have a feeling that the scoreboards that have this use a proprietary algorithm that is not available to the public:

= The predictor box is supposed to follow a very specific set of rules as it is based on the 3 derived roads, which are based of the main Big road. These rules you can read or even see them mostly explained by Shackelford on one of his videos off his youtube channel. All boards are supposed to follow the exact same set of rules all around the world. So its not proprietary at all in that sense. If (which this does happen) a Casino's Bac scorecard screen were to display anything different from what is normal, most people would not know it and if wrong they could claim its a free service or a glitch, but if they know someone is clearly using the board to make decisions, they have the ability to alter the read out. So...if someone happens to have some sort of stroke of luck or success against them they can easily employ methods to alter the read out. Then claim a glitch or again its not something they could be held liable for because it is a free service. That is their CYA. . But there is no specialized algorithm.

Again i really dont expect at all to find anyone here who actually knows how to code for real? Does not seem so at all but I am just curious if anyone here does and wants to make money. LMK people.