# 8/30/2011

Written by G. T. Hushion. Posted in Articles

We're still doing administrative clean up on the presentation of the data bases. They will be a critical statistical backdrop when we move forward. The Pi-odds Roulette Study will remain the underlying matrix of geometric probability for cards and random number generators. This will require close fast work. Since everything about this site and forum is a first, these matters need to be thoughtfully arranged with work place convenience.

The gravity bet and the .16666 flat bet advantage is unique to roulette with a dealer's random release of the ball. Everything else, including roulette with other releases, cards, random number generators and the stock market ...are all extensions of the mechanics of a dealer's random release of the ball on a roulette wheel ...and the use of the geometric finesse in "action at a distance" to make the measurements.

The flat bet advantage of cards and random number generators is different from roulette, with a slightly different geometry ...but cards and RNGs cannot be understood without a basic grasp of roulette with a dealer's random release.

The random release on a wheel, with "action at a distance," also replicates Boskovic's prediction of the random orbit of a comet. This was the subject of the Laplace/Boskovic debate when Laplace posited the proposition that the randomness of gaming could predict the randomness of the universe.

The problem for Laplace was that he wasn't using "action at a distance." He simply said it was useless. Laplace was conclusionary  (that is: without reason) in his attack on Bokovic, but Laplace was safe.

The problem for Boskovic was that he was indeed using "action at a distance" ...but couldn't admit the flat bet advantage although it was there for all to see. Boskovic was essentially using the gravity bet. That is: take three random measurements and eliminate the second measurement while predicting the third measurement to be relative to the first.

The historical problem for the rest of us is this: just as a dealer's random release of the ball is the only way to understand the relativity of "action at a distance" in 2011 ...Boskovic's work was the only way to understand the relativity of "action at a distance" in 1776 .

Boskovic's success was destroyed for political reasons and the world has been stuck with traditional random theory ever since.

The forum will shatter traditional random theory but the truth is found in details. While the gravity bet is not difficult to understand, it will require a mental jump and some close attention.

Thank you again for your patience.

# 8/29/2011

Written by G. T. Hushion. Posted in Articles

There is still some administrative cleanup of the data base to complete. Another couple of days should have it ready.

In the meantime, here are some further observations on roulette statistics derived from actual wheels. While many dealers throw randomly most of the time, the flow of randomness is interrupted when even a few throws are "from the green." Unless this change of release is known, the randomness of the flow is contaminated.

When a dealer throws randomly, the statistics reflect the straight line of a pi-angle or "diameter." It is here that the flat bet advantage is .16666. It is also relative to the straight line pull of gravity.

When a dealer throws "from the green," the statistics reflect a circle of 4 quadrants. There is still a flat bet advantage to be found, but it is only .08333 . It is also not relative to gravity, but to a wheel of 4 quadrants. The prediction with a geometric finesse is of a quadrant pole, not a relative pi-angle pole. This is the original Needle of relative 1/4 pi ...but it is the algebra of relative 1/4 pi relative to the geometry of the "game." Not relative to the geometric probability of gravity.

When a dealer throws with a regulated release, the statistics also reflect the relativity of a quadrant. Here again is the relativity of the original Needle ...but it is the geometry of the game relative to the gravity. This is found at the diameter base ...but with a different geometry and a deeper finesse.

When the wheel's direction is reversed with each spin, a unique statistical phenomenon appears to occur ...the flat bet advantage appears to double! Since the Pi-odds Roulette Study (and the Roulette Statistiks reports) were on American wheels that were not reversed with each spin, this area obviously requires more study.

We'll be going into these matters as soon as the databases are cleaned up. In the meantime, at least for the next couple of days, I'll continue to use this blog rather than the forum itself.

# 8/28/2011

Written by G. T. Hushion. Posted in Articles

The comparison data is now in place. Its significance is that is appears to be the only other set of random roulette statistics that are relative to gravity.

Roulette outcomes from a random number generator only reflect the randomness of the gaming algorithm ...not gravity.

Roulette outcomes from European or Asian dealers only reflect the relativity of the "game" ...not gravity.

Roulette outcomes from American dealers will reflect the manner of their release of the ball. If a dealer is "throwing from the green" (a common practice that is generally taught in dealer's school) he or she is releasing the ball at either a green house number or a right angle thereto. In such case, the outcome is again onlly relative to the "game."

If a dealer is "running the wheel," he or she is releasing the ball over a particular number or area of the wheel for the purpose of determining the outcome (exceptionally easy to do). In such a case the outcome is not random or relative to anything other than the dealer's intent.

The only way to determine if a given set of roulette outcomes are from a dealer's random release of the ball is by testing with the gravity bet. If the dealer's release was random, the long term outcome will will express a .16666 flat bet advantage.

The comparative study in the Pi-odds Roulette Forum reflects an hour of additional supervision of the dealer between 10: 00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., each day of September, 1979. The supervision came from the publisher's husband who was a senior employee of the casino and in the process of retiring. The casino had agreed to provide a dealer whether there were money players at the table or not. The publisher had hired a young man to record, eight hours a day, from 9:00 to 5:00. Since there were generally no money players during the daylight hours, the casino had no reason to supervise the dealer. A call to the publisher revealed that her  husband went to the casino at ten o'clock each day to supervise the dealer, then left. an analysis of their publication of a month's worth of roulette outcomes indicate the dealer was generally only throwing randomly during the hour he was supervised.

The only way to determine if a series of roulette outcomes is random, relative to gravity and delivering a .16666 advantage is to test them for geometric probability with the gravity bet.

The Pi-Odds Roulette Study consists only of dealer's who were specifically chosen for their random release of the ball. It is the only know study of its kind. It is the only known study of roulette that proves the application of the flat bet advantage of Quantum Mechanics (.08333).

The comparative study is the only known series of random outcomes that confirm this.

There is a flat bet advantage to be found when dealer's "throw from the green" and when a regulated release is used as in Europe and Asia ...but that advantage does not reflect the more fundamental basics of random mechanics.

We will be initially working with the Pi-Odds database to explore the fuller scope of the .16666 flat bet advantage relative to gravity before moving on to the secondary flat bet advantage of the regulated release and random number generators.

The flat bet advantage, relative to gravity, was known over two centuries ago and was at the heart of the Laplace/Boskovic debate before being lost in the French Revolution.

The industries of gaming, insurance and the stock market could never have evolved if the random geometric truth had been properly dealt with in 1776. This Forum will pick up from then and attempt to make up some lost evolution.

In going through the data base, the term "3ROC" refers to the third random occurrence.

# 8/27/2011

Written by G. T. Hushion. Posted in Articles

Thanks again for your patience. Only half was accomplished what was expected today. There is a promise for tomorrow. The Pi-odds Roulette Study had been rearranged to be more easily used and a table of successes has been added.

# 8/25/2011

Written by G. T. Hushion. Posted in Articles

The site is still under construction and now should be ready on Saturday afternoon. I apologize for the delay. In the meantime, please be encouraged to continue to work with the Pi-odds Roulette Study. I strongly suspect the geometric relationships found in Deconstructing Pi will hold the deeper keys to randomness.

Along these lines, pi (more specifically: the geometric relationships between relative 1/4 pi and 1/6 pi) deserves to be explored with something other than the decimal system. Base nine would be a good start. Any takers?