Ill copy few posts from around in here…
The Vibe method stand out
as unique as very few systems in the world are able to play this two pin game.
Jafco wrote about his system that is it unique as no other system because it can predict 2 pins.
He wrote it predicts 2 pins but he never explain why only his system predicts that.
All he teaches you is watch the ball and estimate when it is 3 rotations before it drops.
For 2 pin game is same, watch the ball and estimate when it is 3 rotations before it drops.
So where is the difference?
There is none, and there is nothing else needed to do to be able to play 2 pin game.
So how can 2 pin game relate to his system VIBE?
It can’t because it relates to any tilted wheel with reasonable rotor speed.
Vibe he uses only to time the rotor to se if it see going faster or slower.
With his system there is no process of defining particular ball revolution which is a main task of any visual prediction.
On every wheel if we make prediction and if the ball makes ¾ of rotations less then we predicted, (different diamond hit) there is a good chance that the rotor may be in that position.
For that to be close to perfect, we need rotor speed of about 6 pockets / second.
If it is 9 p/s is not a big deal since to have prediction with 3 pockets extra error isn’t much. But do not forget with such slow rotor even if prediction is wrong by one rotations error is not high and you will still have good results, (even with estimation).
The only difference that Jafco recommends for two pin game is to select first pin (in ball direction) from two dominant pins.
That doesn’t create effect of 2 pin game, but by explanation it looks as without it, it wouldn’t exist.
It would. It always exists on tilted wheel.
I come across a post from Kelly.
Even he has problem understanding, sadly he uses my name to explain something that he doesn’t understand.
"Jafco also gives you a soloution for a 2 and 3 pin game. Forester will tell you thats it WRONG EXPLANATION because you should pick dominant pin. Jafco is talking about 2 pins with 50/50 distribution. If one of the 2 for example the second pin is dominant, the analyse will pretty soon tell you wether its closer to a 1 pin game with the second pin as dominant rather than a 2 pin game. Dont mix oranges and apples. "
Is not truth that Jafcos is talking about 50% distribution.
He clearly stated that you have to always use first pin.
“Never aim at 2nd pin”
He also stated to use it even if the other pin is getting more hits.
It looks as both of them think 2 pin game will disappear if you aim to pin 2, that you will actually switch to pin 1 game and be able to take advantage of only one pin (diamond).
It is not correct. Two pin game still exists, it is always there if the wheel is tilted and if the ball is hitting 2 DD.
Player with good understanding would chose to play with the highest advantage as i explained earlier. Having 80% of good predictions by selecting second pin instead of first one (50%) makes a big difference.
How well we can estimate particular ball rotation?
Good estimation of particular ball rotation is the most important to play Jafcos system,
because he doesn’t have any process to help the player in defining particular ball rotation.
It is really individual thing it also depends on kind of wheel we play.
I may be one of people who tried to estimate it more then any other person in the world. When testing FFZ which always predicts in particular ball revolution, I developed very good skill in estimating when the system will predict. For example I may set the system to predict as soon as the ball is 1.2 sec.
After some time I could reasonably well know when the system will predict.
But that is when in every spin all the time get refreshment of right ball speed.
If I try to do it in casino without using timer to clock the ball, it wouldn’t be so good. I may deviate in estimation even 3 rotations.
On most casino wheels (Jafcos wheels are different) after passing knee point the ball slows down with deceleration. There is less friction and also ball slightly drops down so diameter on which ball is spinning is reduced. So the ball deceleration may drop to 100ms per rotation.
To estimate ball speed within 100 ms is very hard.
Even if we estimate reasonably well there are 3 things that could happen on 2 pin game.
1 -the ball precisely hits DD1
2-the ball hits DD2
3-the ball makes different amount of rotations.
With one everything is clear. But with 2 there is something interesting that I would like to highlight. If the ball to the end makes ¾ rotation less and if rotor is slow we are close with result and we can say we taking advantage of DD2. But the ball can make and ¼ of rotation extra and still hit DD2. in such case result will be bad. For ball to make to next diamond it may be less difference in speed then the ball that makes ¾ less. But we can look it as equal chance. You never see it on Jafcos video, so can he really estimate ball speed with accuracy of about 20 ms per rotation or he simply made good looking videos for marketing. Same applies to ball that dropped ¾ shorter, with only few ms difference in speed it could drop and 4/4 shorter (different rotation).
You also never see it on his video.
No matter how positive I want to be I still couldn’t figure out what Jafco system really is.
If people could just estimate ball speed there would never exist visual prediction methods, or even roulette computers.
I see it only as a nicely presented explanation of tilted wheel principles for beginners with small misunderstandings in it.
Perhaps if you come across similar wheel as Jafcos and if the rotor is so slow then you may find it useful. If rotor is only 6 pockets per sec. and if you estimate ball speed within 3 sec. time frame during the spin, you only deviate 3x6=18 pockets. With low ball scatter you can make nice wins with it.