December 9, 2018
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“Roulette Decipherer” by Richard CUI

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This truly incredible roulette system is based on the same mathematical proportions found in the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt over 4,500 years old, and it is the perfect roulette strategyfor beating every version of roulette offered today! Tested for 5,660 casino table gamesentailing 138,387 spins from roulette wheel, this strategy never lost. Not even one time!

One of my students called Roulette Decipherer an enigma wrapped up in mystery. It’s easy to see why it uses the mysterious power found in a mathematical sequence known to the ancient Egyptians. Then it far outperforms what modern day mathematicians say it should be able to do.

Regardless of whether you understand why it is so powerful yet amazingly easy to use, these facts stand out – It has won 100% of its games in carefully documented real life play!
Leonardo Fibonacci of Piza, Italy (1170 – 1250) was a numbers theorist who had long been credited with rediscovering an amazing series of numbers that was well known to Pythagoras and used by the Egyptians in constructing the Great Pyramid of Giza long before their rediscovery.

Fibonacci posed the following problem in his treatise Liber Abaci published in 1202 – 

It is easy to see that 1 pair of rabbits will be produced the first month, and 1 pair also in the second month (since the new pair produced in the first month is not yet mature), and in the third month 2 pairs will be produced, one by the original pair and one by the pair which was produced in the first month. In the fourth month 3 pairs will be produced, and in the fifth month 5 pairs. After this, things expand rapidly, and we get the following sequence of numbers:
1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233 . . .

This simple, seemingly unremarkable sequence has fascinated mathematicians for centuries. Fibonacci numbers are used in the analysis of financial markets and are also appear in biological settings, such as branching of trees, arrangement of leaves on a stem and even the arrangement of a pine cone.

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