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Dick Allgire
2007-Oct-29 Mon, 11:19
HRVG DEMONSTRATIONS ENTRAINMENT/AFFINITY- WINS BIG AT ROULETTE

We haven’t had a chance to comment much on the IRVA conference. Glenn has been busy moving, and I’ve been off island since the conference vacationing with the family.

For the past several years HRVG members have been rehearsing with a roulette wheel. Glenn set one up in the front room of HRVG headquarters and he has demonstrated entrainment for us on many occasions. We have a core belief (knowledge) that there is no such thing as randomness. The spinning of a ball and its dropping into a numbered slot is not random. It is part of an environment, and if that environment is observed, it is affected and can be entrained.

Here’s the problem we faced. It is not that difficult to entrain an environment on your own home court. It was Glenn’s roulette wheel and we dropped the ball. We created an affinity between two pawns- placing them on a color and number. That affinity, our observation, the entrainment caused colors and numbers to turn up on our wheel beyond any statistical chance of randomness. I recall Glenn standing at the wheel at HRVG headquarters stating, “I’m going to be red, because I can only bet red.” Watching the ball drop red 15 times in a row. And then watching Jason step up and say, “I’m going to bet black, because I can only bet black.” Watching the ball drop black 10 times in a row.

Could we take this to the bright lights and noise of Vegas? Vegas is one big entrainment designed to make you part with your money. It’s their location and they control the games, and the noise is spectacular. There are many distractions, and other players at the table which create variables that extremely difficult to entrain.

Glenn designed a method to place the affinity on game pieces, which each of us would carry on our person. We passed out Monopoly game pieces in Kaneohe. I was the Hat. Glenn the Ship. Jason the Car. We played many rehearsals with those game pieces.

One player, Mr. Ship, would bet either red or black. And Glenn could only bet red. The next player, say Mr. Car would bet the field (either 1st 12, 2nd 12, or 3rd 12) and the last player would play the closest red number in that field. We got to where we were able to hit pretty consistently at Glenn’s wheel. I practiced many games allowing the Hat to bet an online roulette wheel. Rehearsal and observation are keys to any entrainment. I have “screen shot” records of my practice games, and they were beyond any statistical chance certainly not “random.”

So we had a core belief, but it is another matter to start slapping down 100 dollar bills at a table in Vegas. We found a table with several other gamblers and elbowed our way in. One gentleman with a large stack of green chips was clearly not happy to see us storm the table. He was hot and the game came to a dead stop when all of us laid down our 100 dollar bills and the dealer counted out our chips. Finally the game resumed and this guy (Mr. Green chips) was steaming. I could feel his- dare I say “negative energy?” We began wagering, using the affinity bets that we had rehearsed. Glenn (Mr. Ship) only bet red and stated that clearly to the dealer and everyone else on the table. It wasn’t long before we hit big- a one to one hit on red. A two to one payoff on the field, and a 35 to one (was it 35 or 38? I honestly never thought about the money) payoff on the exact number.

Within about 9 spins the table fell into our entrainment. The ball hit RED 11 times in a row. I had so many chips there was not enough room at my space on the table. I was crowding the guy with the green chips. He went from angry to astonished and he was no dummy. He began piggybacking our bets. He cashed out a big winner and was no longer mad that we had invaded. I could tell he didn’t understand what was happening. We just had too much confidence, we were having too much fun, and the table was OUR playground. After Glenn did his 11 string of Reds, I took over the color bet. I knew it was going to switch to black. It took a while. The table was in flux, trying to back to red, but black eventually dominated. At one point I placed a very large bet on Black- and it hit. After that the ball found the black numbers.

We had big fun and won some money.

The next night we did it again at a different roulette table. Again the record of the “hits” – there is a display of the history of numbers and colors- went from seemingly random before we started, to heavily red or black according to how we intended for the ball to fall.

My last night in Vegas Jason and I watched the table again, waiting for places to open up on a busy Saturday night. We put our hundreds down and took out our game pieces. We drew a crowd. People were saying, “Wow, you guys have a system.” I would turn to them and say, “I’m playing Black because I’d wager that this next number IS going to turn up black.” Jason picked the field and individual numbers. 17 BLACK was very, very good to us that night. He would say, “Good job Mr. Hat,” and I would reply “Way to go Mr. Car.” And we would shake hands. It was great fun. We had a blast. We didn’t give a damn about the money, whether we won or lost. We wanted to watch randomness fall to our entrainment and affinity. That was the rush.

One guy in the audience said, “Can I get in?” He placed a hundred dollar chip on black. It hit. He scooped up his hundred dollar winning and said “Thanks! You guys are hot.”

Then another guy jumped in. Again I said, “I’m going to bet Black, because I bet black and it’s going to be black.”

He put a hundred on black and said, “Well, it’s a fifty-fifty chance.” Not good.

The ball dropped in 00 Green and everyone lost. I said to Jason, “That’s it. Cash out.” We stopped the game, cashed in our chips and went to the cashier many dollars ahead. We had beaten Vegas 3 nights in a row.

We went back to the table where the guy had said, “Well it’s a 50-50 CHANCE.” He was gone. The ball had fallen green 00, green 0, then 8 reds in a row. Had we been betting black we would have been just another couple of losers in Vegas. The affect is slight and it is fleeting, but it is there. We rode the wave and came home with someone else’s money in our pocket.

J.P.
2007-Oct-29 Mon, 19:15
Congrats Dick!

It's interesting how far you can push your intent ...eh?

Glad to see the HRVG doing some damage in Vegas!


J.P.

Sita
2007-Nov-01 Thu, 07:42
I was the spittoon and I bet green...ahahaha...I heard about the adventures you guys had in Vegas. Glenn said the table changed dealers 8 times in a few minutes. Did you get thrown out? Easy for Vegas to take your money but they really don't like paying out, they just thrive on the illusion of paying out...glad the entrainment exercises went well. Now we need to put it into a protocol and add it to our special repertoire of training.

Take care,
Sita

Dick Allgire
2007-Nov-01 Thu, 18:18
I think security reviewed the tapes of our time at the table and wondered "WTF?" But we were not betting big and we didn't push it. We just wanted to demonstrate that our entrainment could affect the wheels.

One time they changed dealers on us and the new one was Thai. I could tell from his name tag. So I asked him, "Poot thai mai kup?" He said, "Chai! Poot thai." I got his mind off the game. I told him I would sing a song in Thai for him if he rolled Black numbers.

He said, "No can! I no can make it come up." I told him, "Yes you can. You have the ball in your hand. It can be black."

With that I started singing a song in Thai. Yes, this disrupted the table. Jason and I were having a grand time. As I recall the waitress was bringing us Absolute on the rocks, with a twist of lime.

One time when the number turned up red we had a bet on black, and the guy paid us anyway. I just kept singing in Thai. I glanced at Jason and he scooped up his bet on the black and payout while the ball spun around in a red slot. I hope when they reviewed the tapes he didn't get in trouble. Even when we lost, we won.

Aloha,

Dick

Jason
2007-Nov-04 Sun, 02:43
The Las Vegas roulette entrainments were a definite success. Each time we played there was a change in the consecutive number of red or black hits. Before we started playing we would look at the roulette leaderboard which showed the last 21 numbers that hit. You could see that the ball had landed on 2 or 3 red numbers in a row before switching to 1 or 2 black numbers in a row then switching back to 1 or 2 red numbers. We would watch the roulette game for awhile and this was the pattern that kept repeating (with a green 0/00 thrown somewhere in the mix).

Then we would buy in with $100 and then the fun began. The first night that we played Glenn hit 11 reds in a row, with 3 red #1's hitting in a row. Then Dick took over playing the red/black bets, and after a few rounds, black numbers started hitting one after another. We could see the entrainment/affinity working right before our eyes. We could also see our piles of chips growing.

Saturday night was a hoot! Dick and I hit the roulette table. The leaderboard showed that similar pattern of a couple red hits, then a couple black hits, then back to red. Dick and I bought in with $100 and only bet black and black numbers and after a few rounds black dominated the board.

At one point, the thai dealer even asked us, "Why do you only bet black?" and we answered, "Because we can only bet black."

After a few drinks, we were having way too much fun being Mr. Hat and Mr Car and watching the entrainment in action. And yes, Dick did start singing Carabao's "Made in Thailand" in thai. The dealer looked shocked and amazed and started laughing saying "I know this one. I know this song." The dealer was having as much fun as we were. And yes, one of the numbers hit red while Dick was still singing, and the dealer still paid us. It was as if we couldn't lose.

We were telling everyone that came to the table to play that the next number would be black. They would bet on black and win with us. As Dick mentioned earlier, it wasn't until some guy came up, placed a wager on black and said, "Ahhh, it's a fifty-fifty chance." The roulette ball landed on 00 green, as if it was trying to say no it's not a fifty-fifty chance, you forgot about the green numbers. It was the first green number Dick and I had encountered that night. We cashed out immediately and got another Stoli on the rocks.

-Jason

J.P.
2007-Nov-04 Sun, 17:20
Jason,
Sounds like you guys had loads of fun... I'm glad to see you won!

Makes you wonder if that guy that came over to the table and said "Ahhh, it's a fifty-fifty chance".... wasn't one of those "coolers" the casino's employ to break someone's winning streak. They alway's know how to get things back, to the casino's advantage. Hey... I wonder if they know about entrainment too?!?...now that I think of it... wouldn't that be something.

Dick Allgire
2007-Nov-04 Sun, 18:48
Jason,
Sounds like you guys had loads of fun... I'm glad to see you won!

Makes you wonder if that guy that came over to the table and said "Ahhh, it's a fifty-fifty chance".... wasn't one of those "coolers" the casino's employ to break someone's winning streak. They alway's know how to get things back, to the casino's advantage. Hey... I wonder if they know about entrainment too?!?...now that I think of it... wouldn't that be something.


JP,

They did send a "cooler" in - I think it was on the second night. He came in and slapped down 500 cash and changed the whole flow of things. The guy who said, "Oh, it's 50 50" was a local (from Hawaii) guy just there having fun. But they did change the dealers a lot on us and we are convinced they sent in a cooler one night on us.

We had a lot of fun. In my presentation at the conference I showed a slide of HRVG parties, and stated that there was more to the parties than just partying. You have to work with people you like, and trust, and you have to have a sense of camaraderie. How many people would you go to Vegas with and put 300 dollars of your own money down with- and trust them to bet the right color, or right field. We were all in it together and pooled our money. I had no doubt in Jason's ability to pick the winner. Of course we trusted Glenn. And in turn they allowed me to step up and call the color, or select the field. Glenn's bets always seemed to pay two to one. The best part was watching Jason get the field and then Black 17 for the big payout.

I forgot to mention Ms. Ann. She was the hottest one of the bunch the first night. She had heaps of chips and a lot of our earnings came from Ann picking the exact number... way beyond any chance.

Dick

Glenn B. Wheaton
2007-Nov-06 Tue, 20:20
Hey Guys, I have to say ditto to your comments regarding Anne. She was super and worked very quickly betting the fields and in her position as the 3rd bettor she raked in big piles of chips. Just to Recap the names, I was the Ship, Dick was the Hat, Jason was the Car, Maria was the Thimble, Debra was the Dog (we called her Miss B), Anne was the Horse and Rider (we called her Miss H). On our last night Jason and I followed Miss Debra around the casino as she was playing slots. She was winning on every machine she stopped to play. She would put in 20 dollars or so and win and then go to the cahiers cage and collect her winnings. She had had a glass of wine or two and was having a great time. After each win she would go directly to the cashiers cage, I think Jason and I seriously considered getting her another glass of wine and following her for the rest of the night lol. She was tired though, it had been a big day so we put her in a cab to return to the Luxor.

This years gambling experience was a very good one for all of us. I think we will never look at gambling the same way. We know now that it isn't really gambling.

Glenn