Lobby Sentinel

In short

Sentinel Lobby it is an addon for the fantastic โ–บLobby Miner, the first online roulette software that allows you to monitor in real time about 20 tables roulette.

To make the most of this program it is therefore necessary to have already purchased the โ–บ manualLobby Miner, however, if you already have text files with spin archives of some roulette tables, you can safely use the program as you prefer, also because in Sentinel Lobby there are some interesting functions that do not exclusively concern the data collected by Lobby Miner.

How Lobby Sentinel works

Sentinel Lobby  in practice it hooks the text files recorded in real time by โ–บLobby Miner and elaborates a series of statistics related to the simple chances of roulette, so let's talk about the classic chances:

โ–บRed / Black

โ–บHigh / Low

โ–บEven / Odd

The first thing to do once the program is started is to select the tables we want to monitor (it is therefore assumed that โ–บLobby Miner has already been running for some time and is recording the numbers released at the various tables).

In the second panel Roulette Table Hoooker, you must then click on the go buttons on the left and select one or more of the text files it is recording โ–บLobby Miner and located in the folder outputs by Lobby Miner, if in doubt watch the video at โ–บYouTube, everything will certainly be clearer.

As you can see in the image, I have selected only some of the available tables, specifically avoiding tables such as Lightning Roulette, Quantum Roulette, as well as all automatic roulettes, as the outputs of these tables are not always totally random.

Once this simple selection is complete, we can then move on to the third panel Control Room, which is precisely our operations center.

The Control Room

Here we have at our disposal everything we need to understand what is happening, almost in real time, to the various tables selected in the previous panel.

The first thing to do is to click on the button Reload Roulette Tables, in this way they will be loaded into Sentinel Lobby all the files of the various selected tables and in fact you will see that the numbers of the registered spins will also appear (Spins column), while the first column (Roulette #) will only serve to identify the table with an alphabetical progressive A,B,C, etc.

Once this simple operation is done, we can therefore analyze the various tables linked in two different ways: either all in sequence, or one at a time manually.

At this point it is necessary to take a proper pause to explain what kind of statistics is analyzed by Sentinel Lobby.

The t-Student

If it's not your first time visiting ThatsLuck.com you have probably already read something about the statistical parameter t-Student in the post dedicated to the tracker for Roulette โ–บt-Luck Algorithm.

If you really want to read up on the subject I suggest you read (or reread) that post, at the moment, in short, we can say that the t-Student is nothing more than a value that indicates the width of the gap between two opposing chances.

Its range is quite limited, let's say that it goes from 0 (perfect equilibrium also considered zero) to 4 (statistically unsurpassed maximum value).

The t-Student can also hire negative values, in the sense that when a value is positive it means that there is one hyperfrequency of chance, if the value is negative it means that there is one hypofrequency (and therefore in practice there will have been a hyperfrequency of the opposite chance).

We therefore have an overall range between -4 e 4, where the value 0 represents the perfect balance.

Just to be clear, in 37 spins the value zero is obtained if Red comes out 18 times, Black 18 times and once 0.

Having therefore established a reference scale, we can for example deduce that if a value of the t-Student is less than 2,5 we are in a normal gap situation, beyond 2,5 a fairly evident gap begins, while beyond the value 3 ( considering that in statistics the maximum is considered to be 4), the hyperfrequency chance should start to leave more room for the deficient chance (return to equilibrium).

I stop here, at the moment it is important to explain how to read the numbers we will talk about shortly, then everyone will be free to set their own strategy for the reduction of the gap (return to equilibrium) rather than for the continuation of the gap (follow the trend of the hyperfrequency chance).

How to get the data

Let's go back to the previous image, as you can see in the selector t-Student Alert Range I set the value 2,5 which on the basis of what was written above represents a value that signals the presence of a more evident gap.

In the selector immediately to the right Last Spin Scan # instead we will go to indicate a Sentinel Lobby to analyze only the last 300 spins.

You will have already noticed by observing the Spins column, that in the image at the various tables less than 100 spins were recorded, this means that in this case Sentinel Lobby however it will analyze all the recorded numbers, for example if we had over a thousand spins per table, only the last 300 numbers would have been analyzed.

At this point, after deciding the value of Alert (2,5) and up to how many spins per table to analyze (the last 300), we can decide if analyze all tables in sequence by pressing the button Scan All Tables - in this case we will have to wait for the software to finish the analysis of all the tables - or we can analyze the tables individually, by clicking the button with the red circle in the column Check.

How to interpret the data

Once we have analyzed the numbers released at all the tables, our control panel will light up with green lights, indicating which table and what chance the gap presents with a positive or negative value of 2,5.

Keep in mind that the search for the value 2,5 (or whatever you choose) will start backwards from the last spin recorded at the table, if the value 2,5 is found before the spin 300, the search stops and in the important Tranche column find exactly how many are the last spins that have generated the gap sought. You can enter values โ€‹โ€‹even greater than 300, obviously the analysis times will lengthen.

Example: in the image above at Table B the value 2,5 was generated for the Red chance, the value 2,5 is positive, so it is certainly Red that has come out more frequently, however, however, if we look at the Tranche column, we realize that this value was produced in just 6 spins, so it means that 6 Red numbers will have come out in a row, nothing exceptional then.

The same situation also occurs at the Tables F e J, so we just have to wait for better times and repeat the analysis.

Automatic capture!

As you know โ–บLobby Miner is programmed to capture numbers indefinitely, so why not make Lobby Sentinel work the same way?

If you click on the button Autominer Off and set (first) a time interval, every few minutes Sentinel Lobby will reload the data recorded by Lobby Miner and will repeat the analysis of all the tables and this until eventually a sound alarm which is activated by clicking on the option Sound Alert

Similarly, if instead of an audible alarm you want an email to alert you on your smartphone, just enable the option Email Alert.

The last two options on this program page are StayOntop which leaves the program window always in the foreground and the Mute button, which silences the previously activated audible alarm.

But when do you play?

Here is a very different situation than before, here we have the Table G with a Student t-value of 2,62 but only after 10 spins, while the Table F it is in 2,53 with chance High in the lasts 179 spin.

At this point I stop, in the sense that you have to evaluate the strategy (thanks also to the tools that we will find later), but imagining for example that you want to play for the return to the equilibrium of the High chance of this table, click on the button with the green dot of column Fight! and let's see what happens.

It happens that you automatically switch to the Autopilot panel, where in the upper part we find a seeds bot to automatically bet how many spins we want and which we will talk about later, while in the lower part there are all the indications for our bets.

The first thing we see is the name of the Table F (Italian Roulette in this case), then we open our browser and log in to the table as usual.

Right after what we need to do is enter manually the 5 or 6 numbers that have already come out in the meantime and that we can see in the history of the table itself.

Under the writing of the name of the table if you notice there is the permanence with all the outputs in chronological order, so it will be very easy to understand from which number you need to start for the insertion.

add a new number just click on the carpet in the figure, for eliminate any wrong entries, just double-click on the wrong number in the stay column.

As you can see in the image, after the insertion of the 6 numbers that had come out in the meantime, we also have another important data: under the t-Student value of each chance there is in fact also the number of Units that the hypofrequency chance should let the player win (Exp. Gain) if the gap returns to equilibrium, i.e. with t-Student = 0. 

In fact, under the High chance there is an expectation of 18 units to win by betting on the Low chance (or 1-18 if you prefer, or Manque for French colleagues).

If I wanted to play for the natural return of the waste (so I have to bet on the Low chance), I could set a goal (Stopwin) of 9 or 10 units (half of the expected recovery).

I specify that the expected recovery (Exp. Gain) is not an invented number, but it is exactly the value of the outputs that the Low chance should have in 185 spins.

The problem, however, is that we do not know in how many spins the recovery can take place, in the sense that certainly the Low chance will recover the disadvantage, but if it does not do it within 500/600 pins, the zero will eat up all the potential advantage (understood why you lose roulette?).

To protect the player against this hypothetical catastrophe, I have provided the last option of this panel (or at least of the lower part relating to the bets), which is the Bet% selector.

This only allows us to select a percentage of the hits virtually observed (179 in the figure) in such a way as to take away the embarrassment of choosing when to stop.

Let's say that an optimal value for this purpose is to play 15% of the spins recorded.

So if I select 15 in the Bet% selector menu, it happens that ...

It happens that in the bot we find the number of shots to be played, which is 27 (or 15% of 179), so at this point it is enough to manually make the first bet on the Low chance and then press the OFF button, which will activate the bot for 27 episodes.

After the 27 episodes, we can set the bot to turn off the PC (Shutdown) or to sound an alarm (Play Sound).

If, on the other hand, for other reasons you want to leave the bot to bet for 10, 100 or 1.000 spins, just manually enter the desired value in the field next to the OFF button and start everything. 

Configure the Autopilot

It takes very little, in practice you have to enter the X / Y coordinates on the screen in the various fields 2 points only: the first is obviously the button to repeat the bet, the second is the point of the screen we choose as Trigger point.

Il Trigger point in practice it is a point of the screen that change colour only when the bets are opened.

On this platform (the same on which Lobby Miner rests), a countdown in seconds appears with each round of betting, where the numbers are large and white in color.

As indicated by the red arrow, I always choose a point in the middle of the number 1.

To enter the coordinates and the color code of the Trigger Point, I simply have to enable the option Turbo Config (top right), position me on number 1 when it appears (in a point where the Color Code indicated in the Pixel Info bar รจ ClWhite as in the figure) e press the space once on the keyboard.

That's all, the coordinates of this point will be automatically recorded in the program! For the repetition / confirmation button of the bets only, I have to position myself more or less in the center of this and read the coordinates on the screen and then manually enter them in the two boxes X Coord e Y Coord top left.

Let's recap: I check the Turbo Config option, place the mouse on number 1 of the countdown, make sure that the color code is white (clwhite) and press space. Then I position the mouse on the button that I would press to confirm the bet (remember that the first bet is done manually on the chance, so for the following ones just press the button to repeat) and having read the coordinates in the Pixel Info bar, I enter them manually in the 2 boxes X coord and Y coord. That's it.

Finally, I'll explain the function of the two boxes Bet Timer e Bet Delay: the first is a counter that is activated as soon as the Trigger Point is detected on the video (so you will notice even if the Trigger is configured correctly), the second is the number of seconds to wait before aiming since the Trigger Point appears.

If you put 2 in that field it means that the bet will be made 2 seconds after the Trigger Point appeared on the screen.

For any doubt of course watch the video on โ–บYouTube.

The Statistical Laboratory

Now let's move on to the last but not least panel in Lobby Sentinel, namely the t-Student Laboratory.

Thanks to this simulator you will be able to carry out an infinite number of tests to understand how the gap of a chance behaves and you will also be able to obtain the optimal parameters to set up your game strategy.

The first calculator at the top (t-Student Calculator) is a simple t-Student value calculator, just enter the number of spins played (real or presumed), the number of outputs of a simple chance and press the button tS Calc, the corresponding tS value will be displayed immediately next to it.

Immediately below this we find the t-Student Simulator, which will allow us to analyze interesting statistical values.

In fact, in the simulator I can insert, in addition to the number of spins to be analyzed, two values โ€‹โ€‹of the t-Student (selectors A e B) that I want to examine.

Then pressing the key Simulate I will have one single simulation with relative graphs of the trend of the t-Student only for a chance (for example Red) and the graph (the lower one) with the trend of a virtual cash desk referred to two hypothetical players who always bet distinctly on Red or always on Black (the zero output is obviously covered by the calculations).

Pressing the Simulate key several times will then have various simulations in succession.

But what if you want to see the results of 50.000 tranches of 50 spins each? For this just press the Rng button and after a few seconds (or minutes if you have entered a large number of simulations or enlarged the length of the single tranche, for example from 50 to 200 or more spins), you will be able to observe these interesting data, namely:

โ–บ how many times in percentage the value of the t-Student has exceeded the value A that we have indicated in the relative box;

โ–บ how many times in percentage the value of the t-Student has exceeded the value B that we have indicated in the relative box;

โ–บ how many times in percentage the value of the t-Student that has exceeded the value A it also has exceeded the value B.

All the percentage results are obviously related to the number of tests indicated in the field to the right of Rng button and referable to single tranches of numbers with a length equal to that indicated in the field Spins.

But what can all this do for us? Surely it can be of support to verify which are the statistically less probable events to play against, or the most frequent ones to play in favor of these.

Unlikely event-based attack example: I ask the simulator to generate 50.000 sessions of 100 spins each to see how many times, once the value of the tS rises to 3, then it drops (to play therefore for the recovery of the hypofrequency chance).

If I enter these parameters in the simulator after a couple of minutes of waiting I get this result:

Once the tS reaches 3, only 1 in 5 (19,29% of the time) also reaches 3,50.

This tells me if in the panel Control Room I imposed a Alert on value 3 and during the registrations this occurs for Tranche of numbers around 100 spins, I could also think of trying to win some units by playing to close the gap of the deficit chance.

Very Likely Event Based Attack Example: I ask the simulator to generate 50.000 sessions of 100 spins each to see how many times, once the value of the tS reaches 2, then it continues to rise (to play therefore for the continuation of the trend of the hyperfrequency chance).

If I enter these parameters in the simulator (always after a couple of minutes of waiting) I get this result:

That 57,92% simply tells me that when the tS hits 2 it is more likely to continue rising rather than falling. 

I stop here, these are just two simple examples of how to set up a possible strategy, the options and possible data to cross are certainly very numerous, the only thing I recommend is to wait patiently for the longer simulations without clicking further on the program, even if everything seems to be blocked and some writing such as "the program does not respond" appears, in reality it is working, just wait the necessary time, obviously linked to the computing power of your computer's cpu.

Alerts Setup

Finally the last screen! Fortunately, there is very little to say here, it is simply a matter of setting the 2 types of alerts provided in the panel Control Room.

The first and simplest is to select the sound we want to hear when an alarm of the tS value is activated if we have activated the function Autominer, or when the betting rounds of the bot have ended.

If you leave it on Mute obviously nothing will be heard even if you have activated the sound alarm, so adjust accordingly.

Further down we find the configuration parameters in case we want to receive emails every time an alarm of the t-Student value is triggered (obviously to be used if we have activated theAutominer).

As parameters you must enter those of your mailbox, which will therefore be both the sender and the recipient of the warning messages, or you can use a different mailbox that you have activated on your behalf as the sender. All the configuration parameters of these boxes are stored locally on your PC in the file with the .ini extension that you find inside the program folder, no data is collected or otherwise transmitted externally.

Once all the parameters have been entered, you can test if the configuration is correct by pressing the button Test Service, which will send a short test message from the sender to the destination mailbox. That's it.

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