# 8/12/2011

The Pi-odds Forum is finally together. It was installed several weeks ago ...but I was without the knowledge of how to administrate it. I now have my foot in the door and that's about it. At least another couple of weeks before i have a full blown grasp.

Subscribers (it is free for now) may log into the Pi-Odds Roulette Study, Session One. It consists of 119 trials. There are 21 sessions in the study with a total of 1,665 trials. Nine sessions lost money. The bottom line of all 21 sessions is statistically clear and generally matches other books of roulette outcomes. A true geometric was a true (no house edge) geometric advantage of .16666 was predicted. A .16130 flat bet advantage was found.

We will be studying all 21 sessions.

After the house edge, a flat bet advantage of .10018 was delivered.

Using the additional advantages to be found by factoring Centrifugal force and the and Coriolis effect, a flat bet advantage of .27777 was predicted and a true geometric flat bet advantage of .27603 was achieved. As explained in CRACKING ROULETTE, the house must be awarded an additional pocket when using Cenrtifugal and Coriolis since the house numbers are necessarily deliberately bet into. That reduced the flat bet advantage to .20887.... .

While this Forum will look at all the sessions, the methodologies are all to be found in any one session (winning or losing). Session One is a good place to start.

Since I still have only an uncertain and incomplete knowledge of using the complexities of the Forum (which is why I am using this Blog instead). I can only encourage members to log in and start becoming familiar with the layout and basic methodology. The relative pi-angle pole consists of five pockets. The pi-angle pocket is the center pocket. The pi-angle 1 pockets are the single adjacent pockets on either side of the center pi-angle pocket. The pi-angle 2 pockets are the next single adjacent pockets to the pi-angle 1 pockets.

Look at the wheel. If a ball landed in pocket 5 at the first of a series, the pi-angle pole would consist of the pockets: 31, 18, 6, 21, 33. In this example, pocket 6 would be the pi-angle pocket. Pockets 18 and 21 would be the pi-angle 1 pockets. pockets 31 and 33 would be the pi-angle 2 pockets.

After the ball lands in pocket 5, wait one spin. at the third spin bet the pi-angle pole.

Congratulations! Win or lose, you have just applied Quantum Mechanics to a roulette wheel. Keep repeating the process for each and every trial (single release of the ball) and the geometric player will find the flat bet advantage.

We will be exploring the full scope of geometric probability, using all 21 sessions, to look for the fuller nature of the geometric seed.

The geometric evidence is that all that is rotating or being randomly measured are two possible directions on a straight line ...not a "circle or "cube" or "card suit." Therefore -and tentative statistical evidence generally supports this- the true flat bet advantage is one hundred percent of one half of the total possibilities. On a 38 pocket wheel, that would be a true flat bet advantage of one thousand nine hundred percent (yes)! Since I am not a mathematician, this is a special project to be developed here.

In the meantime, relative to the "game," the .16666 advantage is the starting line.

It will take a few more days (I have a slight learning disability) before I get comfortable enough to do more with the Forum, but feel free to explore. We will be looking at overlapping geometries and recurring patterns in the geometric relationships between relative 1/4 pi and 1/6 pi. This will help establish what gamesters call the "draw down," but more importantly will give a more complete picture of geometric probability.

Tim