Has anyone bought Jafco's system?


#301


201 spin /20mm ball, rotor speed ~4 sec/rotation

http://rouletteplace.com/index.php?topic=934.0


#302

thanks. exactly the roulette wheel that i want to make some cards for. you the man. :slight_smile:


#303

Interesting thing… I went to speak with John Jafco recently. What can l say. First he is a genuine. There were comments about his wheel being easy and ball not jumping. …
I personally was swearing and sweating to predict this wheel. Ball was jumping all over the place!!! So l gess it’s conditions related.
For my surprise, l understood one nice thing and found one more useful skill to develop just by comparing John predictions to my own. …
With his " gess the ball " revolution identification, he is very precise and adjust very qweak!!! What took me some spins to realise ( conditions changed twice during our play simulation ), he got right after first miss. That was impressive in did.
I observed his ds skill as well. … not that impressed, l would say. Probably lm ignorant, but 40-50 percent is a minimum for a good dealer. He does it by any means. He was something like 60% on 10 poket sector. And l have to admit that conditions were difficult, but l was expecting more!!! Wanted to see him hitting the number every individual spin… didn’t happen. :(.


#304

As I live quite close to John (Jafco) I decided to do a short course with him after I’d bought his clocking system. He demonstrates on a fairly biased wheel and is quite amazing. He got most of his predictions spot on. Almost unbelievable in fact. He comes across as a nice, genuine guy but I find it surprising he needs to flog his method rather than just using it himself.
And I think the reason is that the sort of bias you need in a wheel and the type of older Huxley wheel you need to find is quite difficult.
But as far as teaching you to clock a biased wheel, the guy is great and it would be money well spent.


#305

[quote=“arnold”]
It is well known(to those in the know) that Jafco is Mark Howe, maybe you are too?
He is using that base and payment receiving method to hide his id.
[/quote]

I know both and that’s complete and utter nonsense


#306

[quote=“drwho”]
As I live quite close to John (Jafco) I decided to do a short course with him after I’d bought his clocking system. He demonstrates on a fairly biased wheel and is quite amazing. He got most of his predictions spot on. Almost unbelievable in fact. He comes across as a nice, genuine guy but I find it surprising he needs to flog his method rather than just using it himself.
And I think the reason is that the sort of bias you need in a wheel and the type of older Huxley wheel you need to find is quite difficult.
But as far as teaching you to clock a biased wheel, the guy is great and it would be money well spent.
[/quote]

Hi drwho,
of course the biased wheels of old are not so common anymore, so the margin for error is vastly reduced if predicting rest zone. With that said. wheels are still dependent to physical laws. If you can find a strong drop zone that is great, if not try using distance remaining instead of time remaining in your analysis. A priori based on wheel design may help here, also look for some wheels that have more consistent ball travel patterns. Some wheels should just be avoided at all costs imo.


#307

[quote=“drwho”]
As I live quite close to John (Jafco) I decided to do a short course with him after I’d bought his clocking system. He demonstrates on a fairly biased wheel and is quite amazing. He got most of his predictions spot on. Almost unbelievable in fact. He comes across as a nice, genuine guy but I find it surprising he needs to flog his method rather than just using it himself.
And I think the reason is that the sort of bias you need in a wheel and the type of older Huxley wheel you need to find is quite difficult.
But as far as teaching you to clock a biased wheel, the guy is great and it would be money well spent.
[/quote] Check napoleon casino in london, You will like it. Deallers spin sometimes qweak and balls are swiched… but its not a big problem on these wheels.


#308

how can I print this thread ?

I can’t see print button .

Thanks


#309

Try in firefox “CTRL-P”

It may be not worth printing.

This might be good for you.


#310

of course it is worth for me , I know ctrl+p but print is so different with print button ctrl , I am surprised that your forum portal has not any print button . we have many better php portal on the NET .


#311

Ctrl + P does not work , you can print just first 10 page of threat . I am wonder you set up the forum that has not any print button . I never see that .

Reading this whole page on the monitor is a disadvantage . It will harm your eyes.