Quote:GamblorThat is the definition of mathematicians fallacy.

You think math is not real, but we're supposed to trust what you say about quantum physics? c'mon man. I just did 100 situps. It hurts to laugh that hard.

Quote:Gamblor+1 lol.

I don't want to plus one myself but that was good. You can't even give me credit for reality is greater than math, come on.

I'm glad you liked it.

In all seriousness, in this case, mathematics describes reality. You should take the time to understand it -- none of the math described discussed here is really all that difficult. Your probability of going broke over any finite amount of time less than 1, but as that length of time increases it gets larger (because you keep adding more numbers to it) and some simple calculus will show you that it converges to 1 as the number of bets goes to infinity. It's just a simple limit; this is literally intro to calculus.

That's it, that's all. There is more difficult math around Markov processes, but you don't need any of it.

Quote:rdw4potusYou think math is not real, but we're supposed to trust what you say about quantum physics? c'mon man. I just did 100 situps. It hurts to laugh that hard.

Your arguments and misquotes get weaker by the minute.

Of course math is "real". But math does not equal reality. If it did, it wouldn't be called probability or likely, it would be an absolute.

Quote:Lemieux66What's your betting style, Gamblor? Flat bet? Increase your bets when in the zone?

You know it bro

I hated writing that but I think I had to.

Quote:Lemieux66Think about it in terms of universes. Say there are 100 of them initially and after you join another one there are a hundred more. You have a thousand dollars. You flat bet table minimum in some game where you have a 48% chance of winning. Eventually you will go to the universe where you have nothing because it's a bit more likely you go to the universes that you lost in. Think of it like that.

I hated writing that but I think I had to.

I understand the concept you are trying to convey, I'm just saying it's false. Just as likely as to be the reality as someone following gamblers fallacy.

The game I'm talking about is where you bet on 2 spots. Player or banker. Giving you a %50 chance success rate. So factor in the zone, it is more likely I will travel to a universe where I'm in the zone, takin home some cash.

The "zone" is almost like a conscious force. You can't "bankrupt" the casino, because if you try to get to greedy, the zone will leave you hanging. You have to find the sweet spot. Realize there is no spoon...

Quote:GamblorYour arguments and misquotes get weaker by the minute.

Of course math is "real". But math does not equal reality. If it did, it wouldn't be called probability or likely, it would be an absolute.

ok. real=reality by definition. math=real by your admission above. therefore, math=reality by simple substitution.

Quote:GamblorI understand the concept you are trying to convey, I'm just saying it's false. Just as likely as to be the reality as someone following gamblers fallacy.

The game I'm talking about is where you bet on 2 spots. Player or banker. Giving you a %50 chance success rate. So factor in the zone, it is more likely I will travel to a universe where I'm in the zone, takin home some cash.

The "zone" is almost like a conscious force. You can't "bankrupt" the casino, because if you try to get to greedy, the zone will leave you hanging. You have to find the sweet spot. Realize there is no spoon...

Do you promise to give us honest casino updates? I would love to see them. I'm curious how you do.