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MickyP

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Roulette school
« on: November 11, 2017, 07:45:45 PM »
I know this is a strange question and I don't mind if you laugh...

Are there any schools or courses that teach people how to play roulette?

The path I've taken and I'm sure many others have is a form of home schooling through forums like this. The practical part has been in the form of hard knocks...lol.

I would have given up a long time ago had I run out of school fees and lunch money.


 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2017, 08:20:36 PM »
 Micky,  I give course of vb.
 Alternatively, go to Jafco roulette.
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2017, 08:41:16 PM »
About 8 years a go I had my own website in the Netherlands. At home and at internet I organized workshops.I thought the basic theory of random rows and learned the participants how to analyze systems with Excel. On internet I gave my demos.
A CDR with my papers and more than 30 Excel programs were free available. I have also coached new players in my house casino in Zandvoort. I am well known as a experience semi pro roulette player.
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #3 on: November 11, 2017, 09:37:17 PM »
Interesting. Roulette is seen as bad by most people for two reasons. Firstly because it's gambling and there is generally a negative stigma attached to gambling yet life itself is one big gamble.  Secondly people flock together under a common opinion because they lack the knowledge to make an intelligent choice or decision. I guess that's a flaw in human nature; the reason for so much strife in the world.

The intellectual input into some posts/threads on the forum is of a very calibre and this is what led me to ask the question about roulette schools/training.

I have many more questions but will give others an opportunity to add a bit more spice to the topic

 

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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #4 on: November 11, 2017, 09:45:04 PM »
Very good question Micky!
I think in any case it is good that the student have realistic expectations and doesn't expect to become a millionaire.
Being a pro is hard work.
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #5 on: November 11, 2017, 11:26:32 PM »
I have always felt like a "roulette outsider" because I never learned roulette "the classical way", "formally" like the veteran B&M players. 

Failure, mistakes, roulette system players, roulette system critics and deep frustration have been my best teachers!
« Last Edit: November 12, 2017, 12:10:57 AM by Reyth »
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #6 on: November 12, 2017, 09:13:18 AM »
MrPerfect, I took some time and viewed the Jafco Roulette site as well as your section (on this forum) on vb. I have read up on the subject in the past and it has always intrigued me especially dealer signature. What made me smile was your reason for playing until you win 20 times your starting bankroll. This win goal is 19+ times greater than the average system player who is advised to set a target of not more than 50% of starting bankroll. I'll be following your posts more closely as I want to expand my knowledge of roulette to the point that it's like driving a car...second nature.

Dobbelsteen, when you say semi professional; is this because you still have a day job and thus do not derive all your income from roulette? What you have to say about roulette is meaningful and we'll thought out. I'll be following your posts more closely as well.

Reyth, I think you and I have a similar schooling in roulette except that I prefer B/M casinos as there are several close to where I live.I believe I'm still going to learn much about online roulette from you. Your posts are thought provoking and equally educational.

My decision to join the forum was a good bet as I am able to not only post my questions and ideas but I also get to ask questions of other members to clarify my thought pattern in conjunction with their posts. My signing up can be viewed as school registration. Thank you all.
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #7 on: November 12, 2017, 11:11:47 AM »
MickyP, I am a retired teacher. I have the benefit, I can program and I have programmed very much for my students. From the beginning i program roulette ideas. On the commodor 64 I programmed the first electronic RNG roulette for a student event. Now I prefer Excel. Roulette is for me a game not a money machine.
I play very much in my B&M casino. 
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #8 on: November 13, 2017, 07:48:56 PM »
Dobbelsteen you are putting your talents to good use. Have you done any work on bankroll management or only systems?
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #9 on: November 15, 2017, 10:13:23 AM »
No . Roulette is a game with chips. I never think in money. My balance is only important when I leave the casino.
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #10 on: November 15, 2017, 12:19:56 PM »
 Micky,  bankroll management in reality is a bit other then many tolk.  It's just right decisions in practice.
    Without going to detail. .. if you play properly ( with the edge), you will ( or not) get expected sequence of hits and misses. Systems, strategies, bankrolls and any other related "woodoo" math practices do exist for one reason only : explore this expected sequence of wins and losses.
    If you expect nothing especific then strategies and bankroll management loose their point .
   I teach proper strategy development and proper bankroll management to my students of vb course. I give no desinformation or any other kind of BS. Only things that are relatively simple and proven to work by practice. 
     It's only logical, isn't it? After all l expect my students to be my reliable playing partners and roulette study partners with whom l can share workload in the future.
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #11 on: November 15, 2017, 07:56:57 PM »
MrPerfect, I take what you say as true and credible seeing as you are a hero member on the forum. The research I have done on visual ballistics to this point does not qualify me to speak on the subject with the limited knowledge I have. From this limited knowledge I know it is the best way to beat the random nature of roulette but it is not the only way; more specialised, Yes, but systems and strategies with sound bankroll management also produce winning sessions.

I am at the system/strategy phase of my roulette education and I believe that all players must go through the different phases of learning the ins and outs of the game. Advantage play is the ultimate goal and I'm heading in that direction. I'm sure I'll be a better student having developed a deep understanding of the game through the process of developing a disciplined approach to roulette.

 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #12 on: November 15, 2017, 08:07:39 PM »
I have definitely learned things from the AP methods and how they think with their approach to the game.  This wasn't possible for me until recently and I think it is a super awesome part of this forum! :D
 

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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #13 on: November 15, 2017, 08:26:08 PM »
Ten out of ten Reyth. I know I'm heading in the right direction.
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #14 on: November 15, 2017, 11:00:21 PM »
MickyP,  up till now best students l had was people who lost a lot previously , got angry on the game, casinos , themselves and decided to fight back with all weapons avaliable. 
   As you probably can gess , to some extent it was my own story as well.
   Trying everything is not wrong and it helps to achieve the state of mind where you stop get pleasure of the game and start to fight it with the cold mind. Everyone sooner or later enters this state of mind.
    For me it was like my "internal  self " took control over my mind..  l was hearing myself repeating same words over and over : " l am playing for the profit " ... every time my own voice was more firm and filled with rage... till this rage exploded and " condensed " in every sell of my body producing unbelivable mind clarity.
    From that moment l do not like these emotions associated with this game normally, instead l look for this clarity mind state feeling.  May be lm as junky for brain hormonal drugs as other gamblers, it's just my paticular drug is different.
 
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