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Re: Thorp ignored the human element that will...
Posted by Soma on 16 July 1998, at 11:16 p.m., in response to Re: Thorp ignored the human element that will..., posted by T-Hopper on 16 July 1998, at 10:47 a.m.
Your post provokes a thought relating to dealers. Warrior has just said, 'A roulette dealer who spins the ball can only be predicted when he or she is not concentrating on how they spin the wheel.'
I think I get Warrior's drift. I recall observing 'non concentration' at work and endlessly producing a predictable result: a mindless automaton named Mona destalking cabbages in a pickle factory.
While the dealer's mind is blank when he is spinning the ball, how in the hell does HE know what HE is doing? Of all those who might know what the dealer is doing, the dealer is the only person on the face of the earth who cant possibly know. So how did Kimmer (a dealer) conclude he could spin a signature?
Maybe it was the mug punters who told him. They know how to pick signature! Just ask one of these losers. If this was BJ and Robert making claims, everyone would be demanding facts, methods, proofs. Claims for dealer signature are never supported by facts, methods, proofs, or anything that can be tested, for the simple reason there isn't any. There is, of course, incontravertible opinion in favor of it.
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