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Why I think the way that I do
« on: September 27, 2017, 09:26:18 PM »
So I am playing stadium roulette. 00 wheel. Usually play columns or dozens but mostly columns. Decide to throw a smaller bet than I normally do on the second dozen. Ball is about to drop and it falls into the 17 and does what I am going to describe as a very lively settling. The ball does a good 5 bounces back and forth horizontally in between the frets. Watching I believed that I had won. But a good split second after settling into the pocket, the ball does a complete jump out of the pocket almost back up into where the dealer starts the ball at and lands into a completely opposite section of where it originally landed.


 
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Re: Why I think the way that I do
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2017, 09:44:13 PM »
Wow.  Like Kav says, we should stop playing once we believe the game is not fair.  :o
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Re: Why I think the way that I do
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2017, 10:05:12 PM »
@ryeth trust me it was the last time i played on the stadium. Unfortunately i know that all of the wheels are the same exact model even on the regular table games. I've also witnessed some very odd stuff as well. Ill give you a little more insight. This was at a table game. Big betting by at least 5 other players including myself. I'm not worrying about my bets at this moment because we've got at least a couple different players covering the 17 and most of its neighbors. Dealer spins. Ball falls bounces in and out of 17 and 5 and "floats". No Spin. Dealer spins again. I don't know how well I trust my own eyes about bouncing and if i were ever to call myself crazy it might be at this point, but the ball did the SAME EXACT bounce but this time landed in the 5.
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Re: Why I think the way that I do
« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2017, 09:08:44 AM »
Heatmap,  try to find a way to record your playing sessions. Camera or screen recording software ... l personally would prefer a camera , as sr software makes pc screen blinking. .. it's annoying. 
     Then you can just cut spins that was whatever and send to me or Real, Bebedicus... just to have a second opinion.
    There are crazy things that happen in roulette and they are normal. And there are things that shouldn't happen there... these are cheating or very good ball control.  To know for sure if you are to avoid a dealer or the wheel itself.. you know what to do ;).
 
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Re: Why I think the way that I do
« Reply #4 on: November 09, 2017, 08:53:01 PM »
If it is rigged, play smaller bets than others on numbers/sections they're not playing.  The casino would rather have the big bets lose  ;)
 

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Re: Why I think the way that I do
« Reply #5 on: November 09, 2017, 09:19:45 PM »
@Scarface it does work. But only when someone has been playing the zeros heavy. And specific numbersituation that are unique to my betting style.
 

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Re: Why I think the way that I do
« Reply #6 on: November 10, 2017, 08:57:48 AM »
It looks like this could well be a universal problem as I have experienced odd ball behaviour on an airball setup with a eight people betting at the same time. The ball hovers above number 3 and just before it drops into the slot it bounces for no reason and lands firmly in a slot 5 or 6 slots away. Everyone around the table gasped in disbelief and insults started flying around. I lost on that bet so I cashed in and have since not played roulette where air or electronics is concerned . I have never experienced this type of thing on a standard table in all my years of play. However croupiers do cheat and I cash in if I witness anything untoward especially incorrect payouts.
 
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