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Its not RIGGED, if its the law.
« on: August 31, 2017, 05:21:17 PM »
I am now frequently saying this to people. As some of you may have seen, I've found out that the wheels I have been playing on were, what we might all call rigged. But due to the lack of research done by myself, I was not informed enough and jumped the gun so to say on calling a wheel rigged. Before you go to any casino, or play online, know the capabilities as well as the laws where you might be playing at. Check them twice even before you play. Ill tell you that if you see the word, FAIR, or RANDOMIZED within the laws being read, you might be playing on what YOU consider to be a RIGGED wheel. But RIGGED implies the CASINO is in cahoots, and the casino is not. It's the states or jurisdictions who run these LOTTERIES, and the ones who order SECURITY features to be placed onto the wheels AFTER the wheel is purchased. In the US, where I am, there is something called the TCS John Huxley Technology center, where the wheels go to get UPGRADES, and refurbished.


 
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Re: Its not RIGGED, if its the law.
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2017, 07:37:50 PM »
So modern wheels are becoming more like computer RNG's?  They have computer technology in the wheels that monitor results?  Or is it that they change the rotor(?) speed?  What do you mean?
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Re: Its not RIGGED, if its the law.
« Reply #2 on: September 04, 2017, 10:34:48 AM »
 He just freaks out about nothing.
   There are wheels that controlled with computer to the high degree( in terms of final number) , but even these may have defects. 
    I bet almost everyone seen these, it's a stand alone wheel without the table ( autoroulette ), where ball doesn't jump at all and rotor speed is "floating" back and forward around some value.
    If someone familiar with London casinos,  empire has 2 of these on second floor. 
    These can hit a number of its choice and play egainst a player without making any exuses about it. It's only model that lm aware of that is so abusive about stealing money.
     Even these can get problems, they are tilted on purpose to hit same diamond to allow control of final result, ball doesn't jump at all....
    But sometimes , when atmosphere pressure is right, ball start to miss this diamond and wheel become very predictable indid.  That's the only way/ conditions l found that permit to win on such a wheel.
    Fortunately for a player, casino tools manufacturers are not bias players, in you do not mind Real of course.  He stoped to be a manufacturer long ago....
 
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Re: Its not RIGGED, if its the law.
« Reply #3 on: September 05, 2017, 05:52:34 PM »
I am freaking out @mrperfect, and @ryeth yes they are RNG based, but there really is no beating the wheels I've played on because the randomness is controlled by the pockets. If you have seen that video where the guy controls the, rigged, roulette wheel, I am 100 percent certain that the wheels in my casino and state have that very technology installed in them. I can tell by the features of the pockets. They do employ all other security features along with the pocket including an RRS (even though they are tcs John huxley) and they also have holes in the pockets where air CAN come out but I can tell it doesn't because they don't clean the wheels (another red flag for me). @ryeth keep looking into rng thoughn along with correlation to profit and betting amounts
 

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« Reply #4 on: September 05, 2017, 06:31:06 PM »
Ya, I can't help it, I am an RNG junkie. :)