Grilleau-Personal permanence is a simulation and analysis software. The software provides an answer to the question that often leads to insurmountable disagreements among roulette players. For this purpose, 2 groups are formed: Group A: Group A believes that a permanence-the notation of individual coups-must be done directly at the table; A bet is therefore carried out chronologically continuously, without omiting coups, and placed at the same table. The course of a game depends on the table permanence, thus time-bound and locationally bound. Group B: Group B, on the other hand, believes that the formation of a permanence is independent of time and place. The coups of a permanence do not need to be recorded chronologically or continuously, and certainly not at just one table. It can also be used anywhere at any time. This is the so-called personal permanence applied by players of the method according to Marigny Grilleau. To determine if and when, how the Permanencies of both groups differ, Grilleau-Personal Permanence 4 players compete in a simulation. Each player records exactly 1024 coups in their own way for the easy chances N/R, Pr/I and M/Ps. After 1024 coups, the permanence for each player is analyzed for frequency, appearance towards the mathematical target, and standard deviation. This can be seen in the construction of a permanence that has a natural structure that follows mathematics. Grilleau-Personal permanence analyzes each player's permanence of 1024 coups and creates understandable diagrams and tables. Get your own picture and let the results surprise you!
What's new in this version
05.2019 New version 3 with 4 players and new analyses.
- Simulation of a permanence of authentic permanence and cryptologic generated coups.
- Presentation of the results in easy to understand charts.
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Developed byJörg Krause
InstallationGet this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.
Language supportedDeutsch (Deutschland)
English (United States)