

LandBased Casino Roulette Strategy  The Chaos Theory Roulette System
Patterns occur. Patterns are found. Patterns are exploited. Orderly disorder exists.
Chaos is everywhere. If you think about it, you arrived at this site because a certain sequence of events took place at just the right time that led you here. Everything is deterministic. All events are interconnected. What you do next will depend on what you did before. The roulette wheel is NOT random. It's chaotic! Future spins are determined by past spins. Patterns therefore occur. Find them. Exploit them. Walk away from the Casino a consistent winner.
The Chaos Theory Roulette System is based on the simple fact that there exists predictable patterns within chaotic numbers that seem completely random. Dr. R. Lucassen has shown how longenough sequences of chaotic numbers generate fractals, complex and selfdescribing patterns which are found everywhere in nature. But let us keep things simple and communicate through examples. Even though the odds of an individual number coming out in European Roulette is 1 in 37, if you watch 37 spins of the wheel, several numbers will have repeated themselves and several numbers won't have appeared at all. In fact, in most cases, before all numbers have appeared at least once, at least one number will have appeared 8 times! Most amazing of all, it does not matter at what point you start tracking the numbers, or if it's American, European, or French roulette. This is a very bold statement and we insist that you to try it out at any Casino, online or real, before you continue reading as this is the premise behind the Chaos Theory Roulette System.
"A butterfly flaps its wings in Beijing and it rains in San Francisco."
In short, the Chaos Theory Roulette System works by tracking spins, finding a qualifying number or numbers based on a known chaotic pattern, and flat betting on them for a profit. It is as effective as it is simple and works due to the chaotic nature of the roulette wheel as explained below.
A Real Roulette Table is a Chaotic System
Allow us to explain why a Roulette table is a chaotic system. Many people tend to confuse chaotic systems with random systems, yet they are different. A chaotic system sometimes SEEMS random if you do not recognize that it is chaotic. To understand the difference, take a look at a fairly normal system, such as a ball bouncing straight up and down against the ground. If you want to find out how high this ball will be after a certain amount of time, then you would have to find out at what height the ball is dropped from, the strength of gravity, the time elapsed, etc. and then you could simply plug these numbers into a Physics equation and figure it out precisely.
But doesn't a bouncing roulette ball obey the same laws of physics as the ball bouncing against the ground? Because its behavior is governed by physical laws that dictate exactly where the ball will land, the roulette wheel is not random. Another way to say that this system is not random, is to say that it is deterministic. If you wanted to find out where on the roulette table a ball would land, you would need to find how high the ball was dropped from, how fast the table is spinning, the dimensions of the roulette table, etc. Then you would have to plug these numbers into a very complex equation to determine the right answer. Although that equation is yet to be found, lasers have been used successfully in real Casino's to approximate the outcome. If the roulette wheel was truly random, then it would not be beatable with any device that didn't affect its outcome, yet it was.
Now imagine all the events that take place at any given moment in time. They didn't just happen. Several things had to happen before that led to that event occurring. And several things had to happen, before those several things, that caused them to occur, and so on. Every small event causes a series of chain reactions that produce several other events that produce several other events, and so on. The wheel is spun at a certain velocity. A roulette ball is dropped at a specific point. The ball stops on a specific number. That, in turn, is the starting point for the next spin. And the pattern repeats itself. Because there are so many factors affecting a bouncing roulette ball, it is extremely complex to derive an equation that would determine the exact outcome of the next spin. But we know that long enough series of spins, however, form chaotic patterns that always favors one number in the shortrun. This doesn't mean we can predict the next spin, but it does mean we can very accurately guess which number has the highest chance of being spun in the next 35 spins. And if we're wrong, we only lose 50 units maximum since we are flat betting. Simple, but very effective.
Keeping things simple, all you need to consistently win at Roulette is a roulette system that removes the house edge to give the player an edge. In European Roulette, for example, there are 37 numbers yet a winning number only pays 35 times giving the player a negative expected return. All you have to do to beat roulette is to increase the probability of hitting a number above what it pays you, or 1/35 in the case of a straight number bet. As explained above, that is exactly what the Chaos Theory Roulette System does in European, American, and French roulette. If you know that a number will come out 8 times before all numbers have come out at least once, then, by keeping track of all previous numbers that will cause that event to occur, you can more accurately select which number to bet on, thereby reducing the probability to below 1/35 of hitting that number. This will give you an expected return that is positive in the short and longterm, thus allowing you to generate consistent profits.
But why does a number come out 8 times before all numbers have come out once?
For the same reason that when it starts to rain it takes a while to wet the entire pavement. The drops are supposedly falling randomly, yet they tend to hit in the same spot rather than on dry ground. If you've ever observed it, it takes longer to wet the whole ground than you would expect. This is Chaos Theory in action. When applied to Roulette, you get similar results. Most of the times, a number will repeat itself 8 times (rain hitting the same spot) before all numbers have come out once (whole ground getting wet). There is a whole series of events within every spin that will determine, in part, each and every spin that is to follow.
With this Roulette System you will need to be patient and track several consecutive spins of the wheel. It is also not infallible (no system is), and you will lose at times. However, the amount and frequency of wins will overshadow your losses in the short and longterm due to the probability of hitting the favored number being increase to above 1/35.
Below is an example of the Simulation program included with the Chaos Theory Roulette System. In the computergenerated sequence of random numbers, Number 20 appeared 8 times before Number 2 appeared even once. This was exploited by the System for a $280 profit.
So all we have to do to exploit the deterministic nature of the roulette wheel for a profit is a pen and paper to track spins. After reading and understanding everything that we have written above, let's see some reallife examples.
"There is always a pattern."
Now let us present you with reallife examples of the frequency distribution of consecutive spins on 6 different days at the same table of a real Casino in Punta del Este, Uruguay, in October 2010, we spent, on average, a little over 4 hours each day at the Conrad Casino & Resort playing the Chaos Theory Roulette System and recording the number of spins needed for any one number to have appeared 8 times. Please study these histograms carefully and notice the patterns, how there is always one number that clearly distinguishes itself from the others. This is the favored, or "winning", number in each sequence and the number the chaotic pattern exploited by this System identifies beforehand.
Try it yourself: Download our 8 Repetitions Simulator (in MS Excel format) and see for yourself (make sure you ENABLE Macros).
The following are actual results, not simulated.
Notice below how number 11 has appeared 8 times before numbers 7, 13, 16, 19, and 32 appeared even once. Although it is not normal to have this many numbers not show up before one has shown up 8 times, it is normal for at least 1 number not to have shown up before one has shown up 8 times. If you don't believe us , try it out for yourself at any Casino.
On Day 1, we won $330

On Day 2, number 17 came out 8 times before numbers 20, 21 and 30 came out once. Again, notice how the "winning number" is clearly distinguishable from the rest of the group. As you can see, these number don't look so random.
On Day 2, we won $310

Although on Day 3 all numbers had come out at least once before number 1 came out 8 times, it did not result in a loss. This is because number 1 was still largely favored, since, when it hit 8 times, no other number had even appeared 7 times and only two had appeared 6 times. This was good enough to be exploited by this System.
On Day 3, we won $160

Day 4 is another example of all numbers coming out before one appeared 8 times. However, as seen in Day 3, the number that has repeated itself 8 times, number 23 in this case, clearly stands out from the rest of the group and was easily exploited by this System.
On Day 4, we won $290

On Day 5, number 12 came up 8 times before numbers 25, 29, and 0 came up at all. Number 12, the favored one, also distinguished itself.
On Day 5, we won $160

On Day 6, our last day playing in Punta del Este, number 27 came out 8 times before numbers 4 and 20 appeared even once.
On Day 6, we won $330

As can be witnessed above, the Chaos Theory Roulette System is very effective and will allow you to look at Roulette with different eyes and walk out of the Casino a consistent winner.
"Predictions can be made."
We saw how, in the previous reallife examples, there was always one number that clearly distinguished itself. You have nodoubt realized that the distribution of the numbers is not what you would expect considering that the probability of a number coming up is 1/37 (or 1/38 in American Roulette). Since there is an equal chance of all numbers coming up, you would expect that, after about 125 spins, all the numbers would have come up about equally or, at the very least, that all numbers would have come up at least once. This is clearly not the case, however. This is not to say that the roulette wheels are necessarily skewed towards any one number. If you take a look at the histograms, you will notice that we won each day on a different number at the same table. Also, if you track the numbers long enough, after thousands of spins, computergenerated or real, all numbers will have come out about equally. Just not in the short run, and this is what our Chaos Theory Roulette System takes advantage of. But why not in the shortrun? Simply because the more recent an event, the greater its impact on nearfuture events.
Also, if you notice closely, on those 6 days, while in Punta del Este, we made $1,580. This doesn't seem like a whole lot but, in this one instance, we we were only playing at one table with $10 units. If you bet higher units and track multiple tables, you can further multiply your winnings, although this requires more work and concentration (and possibily a team of players). Although it is not unusual to win on 6 consecutive tries, if we had lost on any day, we would have limited our loss to $500. So even if we had lost on any one of those 6 days, we would still have been on top considerably. Thankfully, the predictive power and winning rate of theChaos Theory Roulette System is high enough that it wasn't a problem.
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