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  1. #3841
    Originally Posted by SLaPiNFuNK View Post
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Variance can be strange.

    I had two hand pays on EACH of my last two gambling trips.

    That never happened before, not that I am complaining.

    Play higher?
    The first hit was on a $25 bet on a Triple Diamond at Spirit Mtn. casino; later the same day I hit a hand pay on a two dollar bet at Chinook winds.

    The second set of hand pays were both on a Double Diamond at Chinook Winds, and oddly I hit the same winning display for each : Double Diamond, double bar, double bar.

    On the Double Diamond my first hit was on a $25 bet, the second on a $50 bet.
    What, Me Worry?

  2. #3842
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Originally Posted by SLaPiNFuNK View Post
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Variance can be strange.

    I had two hand pays on EACH of my last two gambling trips.

    That never happened before, not that I am complaining.

    Play higher?
    The first hit was on a $25 bet on a Triple Diamond at Spirit Mtn. casino; later the same day I hit a hand pay on a two dollar bet at Chinook winds.

    The second set of hand pays were both on a Double Diamond at Chinook Winds, and oddly I hit the same winning display for each : Double Diamond, double bar, double bar.

    On the Double Diamond my first hit was on a $25 bet, the second on a $50 bet.
    Congrats on the wins!

  3. #3843
    Originally Posted by SLaPiNFuNK View Post
    It is a fun game. I don't get to play it often as it is only in Las Vegas.
    Congrats on the big hits SLaPiNFuNK. I've seen 3-way action in Carson at The Comstock (locals joint only a couple blocks from the Nevada Gaming Control Board office ironically).

  4. #3844
    My advice would be to play a game with a real, in theory, and, actual, in practice, prize. You have to hit it only one time.

    Originally Posted by 1HitWonder View Post
    BINGO!

    2x^2 -2x + 102 = 0; 2x^2 -2x + 113 = 0. And, [102(1 + x^2) - 200x] / (1 - x)^3; [113(1 + x^2) - 222x] / (1 - x)^3.

    Got the Fibonacci numeral, Phi, to go with the fine-structure inverse approximation 137 (with 411), and, next, going a bit further back the other way, the approximation 0.577, as in Euler's constant.


    Ah, but how about a couple of little hints?

    Firstly, the terms advance sequentially, on a circle of four axes, or eight parts, from the pair 106//113/113, to 117/114, to 126/125, to 137//142/162, to 186//153/173, to 197/214, to 246/225, to 257//282/322, for one complete turn, and, so on, as sums of pairs of squares. The leading numeral groups above switches between the two thus sequences, from the graphs of 2x^2 -2x + 102, and, 2x^2 -2x + 113.

    Secondly, the term that connects the pair 106//113/113, to 117//102/102, which starts the other way around the circle, is 115//104/104 on the 106//113/113 side, and, 104//115/115 on the 117//102/102 side, of its part on one end of the circle, preferably at its bottom, with dimension-0 in spot-1 at its top. I think that there are eight different ways to properly construct the circles, together with a similar overall construction for the other, alternate universe. However, it helps to have a bit of numerical talent, feel, and/or experience. Say, to deduce at least that the index of 137 is 3*137 =411; to go with that of 142, which is 2*142 = 284 = (300 -16) ---> 316, as 3.16 is the start of √10.

    Next, one may easily examine the curiously coincidental results of the various thus numerals, by their factorization, sums/differences, and so on. Furthermore, thus even mathematically calculate the electromagnetic fine-structure constant, which they say can't be done - even though a string of famous physicists, and others, still try. The other day, I arrived at alpha = about 1 / 137.035999094478 ... , to an arbitrary number of digits. The other one, 1 / 142.736000895392 ... , was a bit harder to figure, because there was no preexisting approximation to go by, but, ultimately, both had to be simultaneously worked out the remainder of way.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fine-structure_constant

    The idea was to take the in-between case of the two extremes to do with every thing working out exactly, the latter which involves the determination of the exact sums/differences, and the exact products, of the two different electromagnetic fine-structure constants. For a third hint, (137 + 142) = 297 is an exact sum, whereas ([1][3^2].[7] * 14.2) = (19.7 * 14.2) = 279.74 is an exact product; as opposed to the sort and degree of exactness of determining where the two thus constants have their sum as product. The latter is where the resultant digits of the two thus constants progress in essentially random fashion. The case in between turned out to be fairly straightforward despite the stunning presentation of the ordering of their digits, once I realized what the heck was going on overall with the two thus constants. Would have been a lot harder though without a good portion of the start of the electromagnetic fine-structure constant for our universe.

    Actually, I did spend a couple of days to work out the thus constants for also the alternate pair of universes. The complete set of denominators are: 137.035999094478 ... with142.736000895392 ... , and, 89.266558436785 ... with 62.712232300788 ... . These weren't so hard to figure, going more by the format of the other thus calculations, and a couple of other tricks, than by the exact extremes method. Turned out that there were limited thus possibilities. Thankfully.


    Well, years ago, I did mention the possibility of putting up my very own theory of everything, in this very forum, but, as circumstance would have it, it came down to a very few thus numerical observations. But, not to conclude that there really, and actually, isn't so much more to it all. And, I could go into a lot more detail with even the thus numerals, but, it's a delicate balance, at this point, to put it out there only to the point of proving, later on, that it existed. Would love to elaborate, and on the odds against the numerals randomly turning out, freaking unbelievable, but, thankfully, no one here could gainfully explore with it, anyway, and, I don't think that anyone much trusts even Dan Druff, anymore, who, like almost everyone else on the forums, became just another gambling world casualty of life. Not exactly the stuff of significant lasting value, truly great, for the ages. Not exactly "cool", either. Only a handful of never-weres gave a crap about the casino stuff. Such persons looking for any sort and degree of a win, let alone in front of an audience of their peers. The reasom that they, just, can't put it down. Why care at all about such claims whether true? Sorry, but such is hardly entertainment, either, but, at best, a strange, voyeuristic waste of a heck of a lot of time.

    Post #3844 = 62^2 . For someone who very recently turned 62. Ha.



    P.S. Had a little bit of time to try to work out, aka "decode", pi in terms of working out the numerals above. Not extremely surprising that it worked out, in the same way as the others, if it was going to thus work out, because pi is part of the physics calculation of the electromagnetic fine-structure constant. I would love to post such calculations, but, at this point, I've already written enough about it here. Probably will hit the headlines, once published, after some relaxation, a few more tests, a few other matters to attend, and, whatever else comes up until then.


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  5. #3845
    Originally Posted by TomasHClines View Post
    My advice would be to play a game with a real, in theory, and, actual, in practice, prize. You have to hit it only one time.

    Originally Posted by 1HitWonder View Post
    BINGO!

    2x^2 -2x + 102 = 0; 2x^2 -2x + 113 = 0. And, [102(1 + x^2) - 200x] / (1 - x)^3; [113(1 + x^2) - 222x] / (1 - x)^3.

    Got the Fibonacci numeral, Phi, to go with the fine-structure inverse approximation 137 (with 411), and, next, going a bit further back the other way, the approximation 0.577, as in Euler's constant.


    Ah, but how about a couple of little hints?

    Firstly, the terms advance sequentially, on a circle of four axes, or eight parts, from the pair 106//113/113, to 117/114, to 126/125, to 137//142/162, to 186//153/173, to 197/214, to 246/225, to 257//282/322, for one complete turn, and, so on, as sums of pairs of squares. The leading numeral groups above switches between the two thus sequences, from the graphs of 2x^2 -2x + 102, and, 2x^2 -2x + 113.

    Secondly, the term that connects the pair 106//113/113, to 117//102/102, which starts the other way around the circle, is 115//104/104 on the 106//113/113 side, and, 104//115/115 on the 117//102/102 side, of its part on one end of the circle, preferably at its bottom, with dimension-0 in spot-1 at its top. I think that there are eight different ways to properly construct the circles, together with a similar overall construction for the other, alternate universe. However, it helps to have a bit of numerical talent, feel, and/or experience. Say, to deduce at least that the index of 137 is 3*137 =411; to go with that of 142, which is 2*142 = 284 = (300 -16) ---> 316, as 3.16 is the start of √10.

    Next, one may easily examine the curiously coincidental results of the various thus numerals, by their factorization, sums/differences, and so on. Furthermore, thus even mathematically calculate the electromagnetic fine-structure constant, which they say can't be done - even though a string of famous physicists, and others, still try. The other day, I arrived at alpha = about 1 / 137.035999094478 ... , to an arbitrary number of digits. The other one, 1 / 142.736000895392 ... , was a bit harder to figure, because there was no preexisting approximation to go by, but, ultimately, both had to be simultaneously worked out the remainder of way.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fine-structure_constant

    The idea was to take the in-between case of the two extremes to do with every thing working out exactly, the latter which involves the determination of the exact sums/differences, and the exact products, of the two different electromagnetic fine-structure constants. For a third hint, (137 + 142) = 297 is an exact sum, whereas ([1][3^2].[7] * 14.2) = (19.7 * 14.2) = 279.74 is an exact product; as opposed to the sort and degree of exactness of determining where the two thus constants have their sum as product. The latter is where the resultant digits of the two thus constants progress in essentially random fashion. The case in between turned out to be fairly straightforward despite the stunning presentation of the ordering of their digits, once I realized what the heck was going on overall with the two thus constants. Would have been a lot harder though without a good portion of the start of the electromagnetic fine-structure constant for our universe.

    Actually, I did spend a couple of days to work out the thus constants for also the alternate pair of universes. The complete set of denominators are: 137.035999094478 ... with142.736000895392 ... , and, 89.266558436785 ... with 62.712232300788 ... . These weren't so hard to figure, going more by the format of the other thus calculations, and a couple of other tricks, than by the exact extremes method. Turned out that there were limited thus possibilities. Thankfully.


    Well, years ago, I did mention the possibility of putting up my very own theory of everything, in this very forum, but, as circumstance would have it, it came down to a very few thus numerical observations. But, not to conclude that there really, and actually, isn't so much more to it all. And, I could go into a lot more detail with even the thus numerals, but, it's a delicate balance, at this point, to put it out there only to the point of proving, later on, that it existed. Would love to elaborate, and on the odds against the numerals randomly turning out, freaking unbelievable, but, thankfully, no one here could gainfully explore with it, anyway, and, I don't think that anyone much trusts even Dan Druff, anymore, who, like almost everyone else on the forums, became just another gambling world casualty of life. Not exactly the stuff of significant lasting value, truly great, for the ages. Not exactly "cool", either. Only a handful of never-weres gave a crap about the casino stuff. Such persons looking for any sort and degree of a win, let alone in front of an audience of their peers. The reasom that they, just, can't put it down. Why care at all about such claims whether true? Sorry, but such is hardly entertainment, either, but, at best, a strange, voyeuristic waste of a heck of a lot of time.

    Post #3844 = 62^2 . For someone who very recently turned 62. Ha.



    P.S. Had a little bit of time to try to work out, aka "decode", pi in terms of working out the numerals above. Not extremely surprising that it worked out, in the same way as the others, if it was going to thus work out, because pi is part of the physics calculation of the electromagnetic fine-structure constant. I would love to post such calculations, but, at this point, I've already written enough about it here. Probably will hit the headlines, once published, after some relaxation, a few more tests, a few other matters to attend, and, whatever else comes up until then.


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    Bill, I see no reason why you should restrict your self-conversation to just two of your aliases. You should also bring in onehitwonder (assuming this alias is not banned), LMR,The Grim Reaper, and Bill Yung - in addition to 1hitwonder and TomasHClines. If you were already planning on bringing in your other aliases to your self-conversation then I apologize.

  6. #3846
    Hey, let's not forget good ole' Garnabby: he should jump in the hot tub too for a good ole Canuck circle jerk.

    "I hope that's a floating Tootsie Roll..."
    What, Me Worry?

  7. #3847
    Lest the minds filled with mush reading this thread get the wrong idea, I am not a typicall twenty-five or fifty dollar bettor.

    I usually bet one or two bucks, then in decreasing frequency five, ten , twenty-five and fifty.

    I bet the highest bets only about two or three times per session typically, so hitting this many hand pays is, for me any way, unprecedented, thus illustrating the power of variance.

    I'm not one of these guys continuing to feed large sums into the maws of the slots: I take the occasional shot and have been disproportionately rewarded at times: love it.

    The motto of Spirit Mtn. is "Luck Happens."

    How true that is.

    "Cowabunga, dude:" I'm gonna keep ridin' this wave til it ends.
    What, Me Worry?

  8. #3848
    Originally Posted by wowsignal View Post
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    Must I post the figures from the mini, minor and major banks to determine if this was a +EV play? Sheesh...

    My first MEGA on Wolf Run Eclipse so I was pretty stunned.


    The Mega is the same as the Major except you get a lot more games. I had the Major valued at 11.8 units per each free spin.

    You averaged 12.4 units per each free spin on this mega hit which is close to where I put the value.

    Also, did you hit the Mega on the reels or on the wheel? My guess is the wheel.
    "More importantly, mickey thought 8-4 was two games over .500. Argued about it. C'mon, man. Nothing can top that for math expertise. If GWAE ever has you on again, you can be sure I'll be calling in with that gem.'Nuff said." REDIETZ

  9. #3849
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Hey, let's not forget good ole' Garnabby
    Shit, I knew I forgot an alias. Thanks.

  10. #3850
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Hey, let's not forget good ole' Garnabby
    Shit, I knew I forgot an alias. Thanks.
    I don't think I've ever encountered someone on a forum whose posting style immediately gives them away to the extent of Bill.
    Deep down inside Redietz is probably an ok guy who wears his heart on his sleeve. 5/16/24 he left us. Remember.

  11. #3851
    2nd Royal this year.
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  12. #3852
    Originally Posted by dannyj View Post
    2nd Royal this year.
    Awesome Danny - congrats.

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    only held one card!
    En boca cerrada, no entran moscas

  14. #3854
    Originally Posted by Cerveza Fria View Post
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    only held one card!
    wow that is a surprise!

  15. #3855
    Oh, I must have missed this one. Ha.


    Originally Posted by accountinquestion View Post
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Hey, let's not forget good ole' Garnabby
    Shit, I knew I forgot an alias. Thanks.
    I don't think I've ever encountered someone on a forum whose posting style immediately gives them away to the extent of Bill.
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  16. #3856
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/H4aoZNMex4v1gePu8

    This person hit this SO FAR. The game was still going when I took this photo of the game. A really good return for the bet.
    Last edited by Tasha; 10-17-2023 at 11:09 PM.
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/Zk2WAFzDcrJ7pjNB7

    Take comfort in the fact that no one is actually backing up his wishes to have you permanantly banned.


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    Wise is knowing a Tomato doesn't belong in a fruit salad.



    I am glad to get my full posting rights back! Thank you Dan!

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    En boca cerrada, no entran moscas

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    Action from a couple of days ago.
    En boca cerrada, no entran moscas

  19. #3859
    Originally Posted by Cerveza Fria View Post
    Action from a couple of days ago.
    Very nice hits.

    Is DDB still the most popular variant, or has it been surpassed by TDB?

  20. #3860
    Originally Posted by Don Perignom View Post
    Originally Posted by Cerveza Fria View Post
    Action from a couple of days ago.
    Very nice hits.

    Is DDB still the most popular variant, or has it been surpassed by TDB?
    It all depends upon the game pay tables. Also depends upon the player. Not everyone can handle the swings of TDB.
    En boca cerrada, no entran moscas

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