brad01 Posted August 4, 2015 Report Share Posted August 4, 2015 NOR is the best approach for biased cards because it can deal with every situationNeutral = OTBLOpposite = S40Repeat = TB4L (or F lesser used nowadays)The OR count gives us an indication of the above but it still leaves selection up to interpretationWhat if we tracked the performance of each system so we could visually see how each system is performing and we could jump to one or the other based on whether it was performing strong or weak - we may even see patterns in how long each bias is lasting and how regular it is switching so we could predict when a bias is coming to an end?For example:Columns like this;P B S S40 OTBL TB4LO O O O OO O O O O OI was thinking about this when I was playing roulette and there are 3 EC (Even Chances) to play - Black / Red Odd / Even High / LowAt the moment I am just playing black / red but I was thinking what if I recorded all 3 and jumped to the best one as it appearedThen I thought about this.Its clear to see in the above there is 3 wins on S40 although OTBL and TB4L need 2 results to start play but the idea is there.I will try it out and see whether I think its worthwhile. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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