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@mrperfect this is the exact shape every wheel, in my casino and another casino close to me, has in each pocket. There is an outer shiny part, and then when it comes to these parts it becomes less shiny and more dull. They still have a shine to them at specific angles but when you catch the wheel if it is stopped and not operating you can see this perfectly. Remember I speak of wheels that are by me, operating under differently worded laws, and that I'm not assuming you will see this - security features - ever if you don't come to my state. It might be something only in my area but I have left everyone a very nice trail of evidence that I believe all adds up to what is one definitive answer to legal rigging.
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 Even mine wheel has something similar... after week collecting dust , but somehow what level see is a bit more " square". Your drowning looks like something with cavity in the middle.
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This is what you SHOULD see in the pocket, if you look closely.
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@fydor these pictures are NOT my wheels, but pictures of a wheel which 100% represent what the wheels of my casino have in them. I purposely spent hours and hours on Google to find a good picture of what was going on so that I know that my wheels aren't the only ones out there with this technology. I have hundreds of pictures of close up wheel pockets and this was one of the only ones with these "discolorations" as prominent and visible as the wheels at my casino. The trick up my sleeve has been revealed it's just a matter of camera and sound and uploading the proof to YouTube.


And another thing, this isn't about the casino cheating anymore to me. This is about the states or origin of the casinos and the laws they employ. I see much clearer now that I don't blame the casino for the shady stuff because of some of the materials I've read online. Of course the casinos wouldn't risk there licence or whatever that stupid excuse we get is when we ask if they would rig a wheel. It's not the casino who orders the wheels around me it's the gaming control boards because they comply with how the laws are written. Maybe not elsewhere but here yes.
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@mrperfect I'm not saying you will see them or that they are on every wheel, but I'm just asking you to see if you can take notice is all. AND that the SAME discolorations are in every pocket.
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Decolorations,  like you call them are OK,  unless they are out of place ( left/right), then it become interesting. ...
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Roulette Systems / Re: NEW SYSTEM: SINGLE DOZEN
« Last post by Paule2512 on November 23, 2017, 02:02:54 PM »
hi there,

any experiences till now? had not the time to test live so far.

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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Idea for Playing Gaps
« Last post by Reyth on November 23, 2017, 01:59:33 PM »
Hey String thanks for posting!  Welcome to the forum!

Interesting twist with the repeater thrown in.  Maybe this will tend to be more accurate, especially if we track the performance of our bets over time. :D
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Idea for Playing Gaps
« Last post by MrPerfect. on November 23, 2017, 01:36:10 PM »
Topic full of good examples " how player shouldn't think".
    It's not about progression..  play on gaps is progression itself, even if you flat bet. More hits expected in "x" spins- more times money wagered naturally. 
    If progression is in place , it shouldn't harm bankroll.  Instead it should make more money comparing with flat bet. If not, no point to progress anything.
   Every action should have a reason, especially so when money wagering is going on. Mathematically calculated reasonable decisions step by step " how to" is called moneymanagement. If money management is " out of the blue", it's not a money management,  but lack of nessesary math and understanding.      This game do not forgive amateur.  It punish them where it hearts more... on their bankroll. 
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I cannot say how impressed I am by all this wierdness, because that's what it is.
Why the questions about the wheel, when you must have had full access to it where you could take a photo from such an angle?
Was the Casino closed while this was happening, because if you took that shot, when the joint was open, welll....... you can guess!
We can see that it's an old Huxley wheel, with the American 0-00 configuration, but the is nothing except normal wear and tear in those pockets as far as I can see.
I will reserve my qualified opinion until you have responded.
Casino management loves to read offbeat, paranoid or delusional comments in the various forums, and have a little chuckle about it.
The best scenario for them is, do nothing, and let the "mug punters" (That's their term for us) succumb to such rumours and confusion.
I do admit, there were "juiced" tables around, back in the day, but this, even as old as it is, is not old enough to be one of them.
The 30's, probably, remember the button under the table in "The Sting"?
Heatmap, pay attention to MrPerfect, (with the style that George Hamilton would just die for), he knows a thing or two.
Can hardly wait for your trick-up-the-sleeve!
Then I will share mine too.

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