Does anybody know, if and where I could order Scotts volume 2 book? Or maybe someone selling it?
Thank you Sergiy. On this site i could buy only book volume 2 with software, its possible to buy just book or it always come with software?
[quote=“M.M., post:3, topic:1203”]Thank you Sergiy. On this site i could buy only book volume 2 with software, its possible to buy just book or it always come with software?[/quote] lts a good software ;). You probably will need it.
M M it depends on what you need to learn!
Lets say you are a beginner, then i would recommend MastersRoulette package for 350 Euro.
They will teach you 123 pin games and two ways to estimate the ball.
So when you have skills to play, then you can buy Laurance Volume 2 with simulation software.
I assume you are beginner.
Now to the truth.
You will probably only find wheels where 3 deflectors hit 8 to 9 times out of 10 with wider scatter patterns with lower edge.
And if they say No More Bets 6 to 7 laps before drop you need to learn how to predict 10 laps before drop (not many master that skill) and will not be in the material you buy - but you get good and nice support if you buy MastersRoulette using Skype.
There is different opinions about that material, i say its good and some one else may say its bad.
But then you should remember that only MastersRoulette and Jafco describe 123 pin games in detail.
Jafco is also good, but he does not teach how to estimate ball.
Is not hard and it exist many different ways to estimate ball.
Jafco complete package goes for around 500 Euro.
What you will learn from all this is that you have to play particular rotor speeds to get the scatter overlaps to manifest/emerge.
I would say Jafco and MastersRoulette is both a good buy.
Then you also need to memorize the wheel layout, non of the material covers that.
It take a week to memorize the wheel into sectors.
You can pick small sectors/minimum or larger sectors and memorize them as phone numbers.
Then you move by visual read and distance using sectors you memorize during real play in split second before you place your bets.
Correction…Jafco does teach how to estimate the ball speed .
At what page does Jafco describe how to estimate ball speed?
[quote=“lucky_strike, post:8, topic:1203”]At what page does Jafco describe how to estimate ball speed?
Cheers[/quote]Did l sent you lots of pages mixed together? Should be there…
I read the material and don’t remember he mention a way to estimate ball - but i will now read it again.
If i find the way i will post it among other ways to estimate the ball.
Most of the methods don’t work with todays conditions when they say NMB around 6 to 7 laps before drop.
I have master roulette system it’s yours for the price of posting
[quote=“andymacca035, post:11, topic:1203”]Mm
I have master roulette system it’s yours for the price of posting[/quote]Andy, he has it… he has so many things that he doesn’t know himself what is what.
In short, jafco says you can put metronome vibrating presise timing of desired revolution…if you see it vibrate twice same place- this is it. He mentioned you could identify block of revolutions together this way… like 2 revolutions during specific time, for example. It’s not that presise and need aditional filter to become good way.
M.M. Do you play one speed only or several different rotor speeds?
What kind of methodology are you using for scatter overlaps
Pierre Basieux / MastersRoulette or Jafoc / Laurance …
How do you determine peak with wider spread of high probability area?
Just curios …
[quote=“M.M., post:13, topic:1203”]Thank you Lucky strike for your effort and being helpfull. Im currently sucessfully playing a 3 pin game with overlaping sectors at right rotor speed, and sucessfully estimating number of total ball revolutions in 5-6-th revolution (total 17-18 revolutions) - not vb2.
But successfull play is not a reason, to not learn anything new, so i think that second book would be good choice to explore posibilities even more.
Cheers![/quote] If you can do what you clame, you do not need his book.
Second book tells you " don’t matter how, if there is correlation between prediction and outcome- stick with it" and " listen to the ball". Wich l assume you already doing
he plays Alfastreet airball machines, so help of ball voice will not help him much.
[quote=“Jefra, post:16, topic:1203”]he plays Alfastreet airball machines, so help of ball voice will not help him much.[/quote]Are these even beatable in novadays? Just curious.
Alfastreets seem to me still as the best machines IF casino is not greedy, otherwise can be bitchy as hell too. Actualy on these machines can see events which show evident cheating, which cannot be seen on any other type of machines.
[quote=“Jefra, post:18, topic:1203”]Alfastreets seem to me still as the best machines IF casino is not greedy, otherwise can be bitchy as hell too. Actualy on these machines can see events which show evident cheating, which cannot be seen on any other type of machines.[/quote] I used to drain one of these… it had a defect Dow. Without it l do not know how one would beat such a monster. Looks like these have an ability to shoot straight number. Many times l observed only no covered number to hit. Scary…
I like bet limits on these ;). In my local it was from 0.5 to 100 000. I went all up to 50 per number till they fixed it .
If you get wider sector with overlaps you can do following…
You can pin point middle between two hits and betting a wider sector based upon them - just one suggestion.