Dice Harbored Traits

Discussion in 'Dice Influencing' started by Linaway, Feb 24, 2016.

  1. TDVegas, Mar 1, 2016

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    My methods don't work every single time either. Sometimes they win, though.

    Unless his methods have been vetted under some kind of a controlled study, this is likely nothing more than confirmation bias.

    If there is something in there that he knows will work enough to garner a long term advantage..he's not selling it. Take that to the bank.
     
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  2. Pressit, Mar 1, 2016

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    Funny thing about Linaway and his products, the only people who ridicule him and his products are the ones who haven't put them in use. Those who have are content with them.
     
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  3. TDVegas, Mar 1, 2016

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    Admitting that you spent good money getting scammed can be difficult.
     
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  4. wonko33, Mar 1, 2016

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    well yes, these is a correlation there if you think about it.

    I'm not sure if I remember all this correctly but I don't feel like re-reading all that stuff, once was painful enough for me.
    This is what I remember.

    It was said that you can communicate with Lineway, PM and then maybe we will talk about this on the phone etc. Well once you did that and you still think what he says makes any sense then of course you make the purchase you will like it because you believe in that stuff, they have passed the "gullibility" (wish I could find a word that doesn't sound as harsh) test. It even comes with the trademark "well it doesn't work all the time" to make it harder for the believers to reject it after a few disappearing bankrolls.

    I have to give props to Lineway though, he does communicate with the person first, he does give an overview of what he sells, the buyer makes an informed decision. I am not inclined to say he is misleading people, it sounds more like he truly believes in this. (I'm not mentioning the streak detector because I think BS777 is trolling us)

    I sometimes wonder the same about the DI school, do some of these instructors actually think it works?
     
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  5. Pressit, Mar 1, 2016

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    Speaking out of ignorance again on a topic you know nothing about. So here is your chance to expound and substantiate your claim to Linaway's scam?
     
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    Suggestion. PM him, ask for phone number then you can speak directly to him.
     
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  7. Linaway, Mar 1, 2016

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    I carry an "electronic streak detector" with me all the time.....it's called my brain!



    My particular "electronic streak detector" doesn't have a built in pre-cognitive feature....or maybe it does, but it's called "intuition".......hey, maybe there is a bias in the dice, hey maybe this guy really is a talented DI.

    Should I listen to the intuition feature of my streak detector? Sure, why not....but my Avatar says, "O.K. OAP, but don't bet the farm on it!".

    So you see linaway, we all have one of them things you call a streak detector....and none of them, including yours, has a pre-cognitive feature in them...none!





    OAP,



    When I initially became a board member, I put up a post in good faith using a metaphor similar to yours. I called it the computer setting on my shoulders. THE SKY FELL ON ME.



    Your streak detector….

    I carry an "electronic streak detector" with me all the time.....it's called my brain! Beware, the sky may fall on you because you just admitted you can function outside the box.



    You see the “hard coded” members was all over me making fun of my metaphor.



    I’m going to use a synonym of your precognitive term. Forewarn! I’m also going to disagree with you where you say none can exist.



    My computer on my shoulders is hard coded just like the electronics box. The program parameters forewarn me as does the box if thunder and lightning is present, Surely a storm is coming. The same analogy applies with dice properties. You use the hard coded features to forewarn you of trouble being imminent or perhaps a positive feature might be present.



    Your streak detector or mine or any others if not hard coded for specifics, we cannot see outside the box most craps players have been subjected to.



    No matter how hard you try to disclaim what I do, you cannot deny these things I speak of for you have just paralleled some of their features. Your "INTUITION", my DICE FACT PROPERTIES both have merit. They come from experience and knowledge.



    For them to work properly, you must know what to look for. IT DOES NOT RESIDE IN THE TOP NUMBERS ONLY!



    Your sample showing a couple of 8’s rolled as 5-3 is all well and good except the use of the expression 5-3 defines how that 8 can be displayed, not how many ways it can occur. The number does not tell you about residency. That 8 can occur 80 different ways. They can reside in 4 different axis.



    In your streak detector, mine as well as others, information is hard coded. When you see any part of this information occur, it is a guide you should use to lead you down the path of success and not failure.



    So yes Virginia, there are incidents occurring that tell you if the 7-out is imminent or maybe a bit more forgiving. My computer on my shoulders, 777’s Streak Detector tells us these things. However the user of this information first must program their devices to understand an outcome meaning. It isn’t just the top number you see on the dice or what the stick calls out.



    I use a cutesy like expression titled DICE SPEAK! The language of dice. Mutes use sign language, a pictorial form projected by the hand motions, where a mental snapshot of a dice outcome or preset gives you a picture of the dice property.



    The hard coded programs in my shoulder computer [streak detector] analyzes this picture and tells me if this is a yes or no indication. Computer logic at work.



    We currently have 3 members in this thread that knows Dice Speak and probably use it. What does Dice Speak do? It’s dem bones talkin’ to us! Strategies, Methods, Systems are at best an uninformed guess. They do not make decisions. Only DICE can do that.



    In my pursuit of dice knowledge, I found I needed to know more about the cubes when being launched. Three things were imperative. Timing, launch, targeted zone dispositions and parameters. Still being a working stiff, I had no time for seminars or special training. I used my lab rat background to design and build devices for these things. They electronically monitored my efforts for the trio without bias which humans excel at. To further enhance my study efforts, table time needs a rest. So I came up with recliner time.



    I designed and built an electronic dice gizmo. This allowed study of stratagems by pushing a button. No computer required, no programs such as Win Craps. Just rolls of the dice.



    In short, what I developed for my use is like having a seminar orientation at my finger tips any time I wanted. No logistics, no being away from home or job, no seminar expenses. Best of all no need of money for those things. This indicates how serious I was in my endeavors.



    Who taught me how to do these things? The best tutor ever. The Dice!



    Yet I had a notion something was still missing. That notion was pertaining to just exactly how should a dice toss look like? It was once said by a mechanical engineer on another board a bone chucker would cost thousands to design and build. The lab rat in me said…..scoff….that’s the nice way of saying BS, so I designed and built one.



    WOW! That thing was extremely difficult to beat. One of our board members has one and it took him quite awhile to defeat the beast. The only thing I can attribute the gizmos efficiency to is its ability to be absolutely consistent. It don’t care about skipping stones, under/overhand, crotch wipe, whispering. Just consistency. Then stand back and watch positive probable attributes occur.



    This is what I’m about. Streak Detector, Shoulder Computer and all. I even built my own practice table. A 12 footer. It serves as a work bench, lab test apparatus and practice table. There I do my lab rat thing.



    Linaway
     
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  8. TDVegas, Mar 1, 2016

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    When do you actually play?
     
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  9. Pressit, Mar 1, 2016

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    How many DI schools do you believe exist that teach a different and specific method? At one time I knew of 6, today there may be 3. Now there are a least ten times that number of betting schools out there,
     
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  10. Pressit, Mar 1, 2016

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    Well the same can be asked of you. For proclaiming you visit the casinos, mostly the GVR, several times a week can you tell how much money you made playing craps in 2015? It must be a lot, because you were there @ 150 days, and you have previously stated you have only lost $100 in the last two years. Extraordinary to say the lease. How can that be? You must be one successful player, your mere presence must bring fear to the hearts of casino.p management. You really been deceiving us all along haven't you. You must be one of those Craps Pro i have read about. You are the one driving the Ferrari, you are the one holding the Keyes to the vault. Very crafty TD, very crafty.
     
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  11. TDVegas, Mar 1, 2016

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    I've played GVR, but I play mainly at Red Rock. I'm a $1 bubble craps player and with the way I utilize low house edge bets...I can play and play and play and never lose much. I have win and loss limits. House edge at or near 1% on my bets. It's not that difficult to remain close to even.

    If I have losses, any losses, how can I claim to be "one successful player".....?
     
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  12. TDVegas, Mar 1, 2016

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    When do you actually play to employ this wizardry? Or are we talking professional student here?
     
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  13. tabletop123, Mar 1, 2016

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    Pretty hard to get Fu..ed up playing at the dollar level. If i had the luxury to play on $3-5 tables, my bankroll WOULD support trying to play Semi-full time.

    It'd be fun to have to ONLY wager $22- $28, & not really give a shit if you PSO. Try putting $120, or $360 & tell me HOW YOU LIKE IT! Major Difference. I envy you Vegas Guys. You get to play whenever you want, & are within ten minutes of any Casino.

    You'd think that I'd be able to sleep after being up all night. NOT SO! Adrenaline is still kicking. Just goes to show what happens to us Infrequent Visitors to the Casinos.

    Nap in a Slots Chair, but cannot get to sleep at home.,Go figure!
     
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  14. TDVegas, Mar 1, 2016

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    Very true. If I had to play a $25 table because that was the only option...I would not be playing.
     
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  15. Linaway, Mar 1, 2016

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    TDV,
    I play as frequently as my team mate can be available to me these days. Chemotherapy crippled me. I require an electric scooter for mobility in a casino and a walker with a seat to have a place to set while at the tables. Cannot tolerate being on my feet. My son, team mate, helps me take care of my physical inabilities. I am an extremely fortunate individual.

    Professional student? Learning is a never ending process. Chemo forced me to have to learn how to dress myself. Believe me, tying shoes or trying to button a shirt is difficult. Things I had been doing for many decades are now problematic.

    Getting my butt handed to me in shreds playing craps in the beginning forced me to do something about it. It seemed as though the dice were the obvious culprits. They became my object of study. An ongoing process right at two decades. One might think they have gone full circle on dice knowledge, then an event or thought takes place and you’re off to the lab for further investigation.

    With peripheral neuropathy, feeling or holding on to objects is problematic. Have a problem with the dice. All the more reason to understand dice properties which is an enabler for me.

    My launch is awkward, my results are as good as some and better than most! Why, I know where to start and can anticipate positive results with a high degree of resolution.

    Bottom line is that like in all things. You cannot be very successful without doing the work. There is no magic, there are no silver bullets. All the answers won’t be revealed in these forums. Not all are accurate. Many are limited because the authors don’t want what they know revealed. Then massive volumes of material on a subject can never be present in a forum. You must have within your reach material for reference and learning.

    TDV, you got more than you asked for. Just trying to share a bit with you. Accept or reject any or all of it or keep some that might be useful.

    Linaway
     
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  16. wonko33, Mar 1, 2016

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    I am good , thank you. If I thought I had some kind of built-in future sensor in my brain, I certainly would not waste my time using it on craps.

    I do so for the same reason I don't feel inclined to ask the guy with the "end is nigh" sign how he got to that conclusion
     
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  17. TDVegas, Mar 1, 2016

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    What happened? I did 6 months of chemo (5-fu) with radiation for 30 days. The chemo wasn't all that difficult. The radiation is what destroyed me.

    What was the cancer?

    I sympathize with anyone battling this horrific disease.
     
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  18. Linaway, Mar 1, 2016

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    Colon tumor followed by high tumor markers which they kept chasing. Chemo sent me to the ER at night 3 times with near death experiences according to the staff. Cancer Center I was involved with was always closed after 5 PM and weekends. If you had problems during these times, you were screwed!

    I also had a Port-A Cath buried in my right chest. Near the end of my chemo, my right arm looked like that which Popeye has. Swelling was terrible. This was Christmas Day a couple of years back. Spent all day in ER. They never did find anything wrong.

    The following Monday, I called my doctor and told him I wanted that damned Port-A-Cath out of my chest. I actually believed it caused my right arm and hand to swell so bad. Sure enough, the day after removal, swelling went down and haven't had a problem since in that regard.

    The oncologist chasing tumor markers caused my neuropathy. I fired his sorry ass and haven't been back since. That was Sept. of 2014. I no longer will be subjected to any kind of radiation in pursuit of cancer. What will be will be. They put me through hell and half of Georgia. Not gonna happen again. I often believe that my insurance was being used for their cash cow. You see in all this time after surgery, they never did find any cancer microscopic or otherwise. Just high tumor markers in my blood tests.
     
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  19. TDVegas, Mar 1, 2016

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    Radiation is the real killer treatment . It's a brutal treatment option. Preserving life is job 1, but I've seen several go to an early grave utilizing radiation.

    I had the port...no issues. It's an effective way of getting the chemo straight into the system.

    The problem with many cancer treatments is they weaken the system and then you could be facing other secondary problems...immune system, allergic reactions, infection, etc.

    As with anything, the younger you are the better your system can battle with side effects. I had some neuropathy in my toes and fingers but it generally faded, although my feet still get very cold.

    You're doing chemo because of high markers? I would be more inclined to go with a yearly colonoscopy and a CAT.
     
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  20. wonko33, Mar 1, 2016

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    My wife would agree with you, the radiation therapy had her in the ropes too. But she's a tough little lady and twice survivor.

    Everyone of her birthdays is a FU cancer anniversary.

    We don't agree on craps stuff Linaway but I wish you and your family many FU cancer anniversaries too.
     
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