Roulette Decipherer [PDF(178 pages)+MP3+MP4]
My student called Roulette Decipherer an "enigma wrapped in mystery". It is easy to see how it utilizes the mysterious power of a mathematical sequence that was known to ancient Egyptians. It is able to perform far better than what modern mathematicians believe it should be capable of.
It is powerful and yet so easy to use.
Leonardo Fibonacci of Piza (1170-1250), was an Italian numbers theorist. He was known for discovering an incredible series of numbers that were well-known to Pythagoras. These numbers were used by the Egyptians when they built the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Fibonacci presented the following problem in Liber Abaci, his 1202 treatise. It asked how many rabbit pairs can be produced per year. Each pair must bear a new pair every month, which would make the year more productive.
It is obvious that one pair will be produced in each month. The second pair will also be produced in the same month. In the third month, two pairs will be produced. One by the original pair, one by one of the previous month's produced pairs. In the fourth month, 3 pairs will be produced and 5 in the fifth. The numbers continue to grow rapidly after that, with the following sequence:
1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233 . .
For centuries, mathematicians have been fascinated by this seemingly insignificant sequence. Fibonacci numbers can be used to analyze financial markets. They also appear in biological settings such as the arrangement of leaves on a tree stem, branching, and the arrangement of pine cones.
These numbers are used to calculate the proportions of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
John Reese started by saying, "I was testing variants of Fibonacci something intriguing." "These are my results after using the revised Fibonacci series to play on the roulette table.
As a money management tool, we had modified the Fibonacci Series to trade stocks and mutual funds. We were able to make better trading profits using much less risk with our modifications than we would have had to use the original Fibonacci Series.
This strategy works for both online and onsite roulette.