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Reyth

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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #15 on: November 15, 2017, 11:15:27 PM »
There is definitely an "energy" that is associated with roulette and I believe that it is directly associated with the profit:effort ratio.  Because we are able to earn larger sums of money so quickly, with relatively little actual effort (at the time of betting), we WILL "feel" it!

A good example is a trader that I heard about that used a remote control to enter and exit the market.  As you know, trading is a very expensive and heavily leveraged way to make money.  Well, one day he had trouble entering his trades where each time he pressed the button, nothing happened.  Finally after 10 pushes the entry finally went through -- not one entry but ten!!! 

He experienced so much stress from that event that he developed a chronic sweat gland disease.

One thing that can effectively help us to combat this "overpowering feeling" associated with roulette is hard work and preparation in statistical study; its almost like a form of psychological armor that allows us to withstand the "psychic blows" that roulette delivers.
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #16 on: November 15, 2017, 11:41:27 PM »
I'm a guy that likes to look to the ones surrounding me and "scrutinize" body language and behavior. At my local B&M I've noticed multiple times that one of the regulars, when playing roulette, is always making jokes as a way of hiding his emotional stress. No need to extend the part that he loses quite often.
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #17 on: November 25, 2017, 08:50:02 PM »
The contributions to this topic are thought provoking.

When I first walked up to a roulette table, not knowing anything about the game except by its appearance in movies, I stood at a safe distance and watched the actions of both the players and croupier trying to work out for myself how the game actually works. I walked away confused yet intrigued by the different mannerisms of the players and their treatment of the croupier. I felt they disrespected the croupier by tossing chips towards her and shouting out bets. New players threw their cash onto the table demanding a colour/chips. This to me was rude until I began to understand the game. As the rules state: A payer may never make any type of psychical contact with the croupier. I still think the approach of many players is rude but as one progresses with their roulette education, one understands why players act the way that they do.

Having said this and hearing how some of you began your journey into roulette I felt there should be a structured course for all types of players and newbies to the game. I know some of you do offer courses and that's great but I see the courses on offer as specialised and or advanced courses for people who already have a roulette foundation. The roulette foundation of players differs from person to person and is influenced by their win/loss history and source of knowledge as well as the influence of tutors, mostly with a failed history. I'd just like to see a standard no BS tutorial available to all people interested in roulette that will give enough information about the game for them to make wise decisions about how they continue in their quest to beat the game.

 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #18 on: November 25, 2017, 09:11:27 PM »
YouTube. . 
  " learn to win roulette in 3 minutes"
  Guy presented general idea in very simple terms.
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #19 on: November 25, 2017, 09:56:52 PM »
MrPerfect , I have watched several YouTube videos on the subject and Yes, one can learn the basics but there is more to the basics than what is offered in these videos.

My learning about roulette was frustrating at times because of all the scams and system sellers out there. Fortunately I have never purchased a system. There is so much mumbo jumbo hogwash garbage on the net regarding roulette and if you don't have some some degree of "street smart " about you then you're in for a rough ride.
 

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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #20 on: November 25, 2017, 10:16:30 PM »
Take with a bit of salt everything that you may read on books or see on Internet regarding roulette. Even these who say truth , they may be mistaken or do not open all truth... no one really wants concurrency , if they are serious about the game. Even me, l on teach tech part only... so my students will need me to work for/ with them in the future.
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #21 on: November 30, 2017, 08:53:26 AM »
So very true.

I've been a member for almost a month now and through the different posts I've begun to get a basic idea of the personality of a few members. It makes a difference when reading their replies to posts. In this time I have asked a number of questions, some I felt were stupid questions but the answers were mind blowing and got me thinking deeper about my own approach to the game. Over all I have only benefited from my active participation.

I recommend to all guests to become members if they are serious about learning and improving their game. Thank you Roulette30.
 
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Re: Roulette school
« Reply #22 on: November 30, 2017, 03:55:28 PM »
Its amazing some of the posts we have in here.  If you get a chance, be sure to use the "Who is Online" link from the bottom of the main page, it will show you a "random" list of these topics and I always seem to be able to find a post that I am interested in there! :D
 
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