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MickyP

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Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« on: January 11, 2018, 11:10:47 AM »
Roulette30 is a grooming parlor for roulette enthusiasts.

Roulette is a game with many names or descriptions and it creates as well as destroys lives. It is filled with controversy and discussions can get pretty heated at times. The ups and downs of the various threads and posts provide endless entertainment but we are not here to be entertained; we are here to make money from Roulette. This fact should be taken very seriously.

We are very fortunate to have a great many experienced members on the forum who cover every type of roulette approach. With the brain power we have I'm sure we could send a rocket to the moon. No single approach is the best and only approach. Having a degree of knowledge and understanding of all approaches gives you the wisdom to make informed decisions on how best to make the money you want and need.

New and existing members of the forum are in a grooming process to beat the game. Shutting someone down with insults is wrong. Ignoring legitimate questions asked is also wrong. I'm here because I want to make money and if you put a stick in the works be man enough to explain why. It must be understood that we are not all on the same level of skill or education and to explain some things to people at times pictures have to be drawn. I need pictures at times.

I congratulate Palestis for his guidance and support. He has a great way of tutoring and his suggestions are constructive.  In this way we should all seek to constructively groom those who want to be groomed.

Visual ballistics is not a myth. It's a reality but because it requires learning a new skill, it is put aside. There are a number of methods of play that require the results of vb that are big money makers.

To all the members who make an effort to groom other players, I thank you. Let's focus on making money.
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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2018, 01:30:28 PM »
 "process to beat the game" >> I would never use these words....beat, have beaten, try and beat, until, HG, holy grail etc.

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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2018, 02:30:41 PM »
"process to beat the game" >> I would never use these words....beat, have beaten, try and beat, until, HG, holy grail etc.

Ken

And your point being...?
 

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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2018, 03:23:53 PM »

"And your point being...?" >> Those terms are for rookies. Question answered.

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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #4 on: January 11, 2018, 04:19:00 PM »
Money always good... not many are persistent enough to go after money in this or any other game. ... it requires learning. 
 
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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #5 on: January 11, 2018, 05:57:25 PM »

"And your point being...?" >> Those terms are for rookies. Question answered.

Ken

Guilty as charged. A pointless observation though.
 

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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #6 on: January 12, 2018, 01:29:17 PM »
Grooming is probably not the best expression to use, I would suggest mentoring, coaching, sharing of ideas and research protocols.
We certainly do not want to potentially offend the 130-185 "Guests" who silently hang onto every published word in this popular forum!
 
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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #7 on: January 12, 2018, 06:06:07 PM »
You get the idea behind the word and I'm sure most people will also be able to get it. My apologies for the lack of a better word choice.
 

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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #8 on: January 12, 2018, 09:05:37 PM »
Question for you MickyP. Are you kinda new at roulette? Meaning, how many numbers do you prefer betting AS OF now? For my curiosity, I am interested in this.

(imo) I find the "newer" players like many numbers and as *YEARS* go by with experience, that number drops.

Ken
 

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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #9 on: January 12, 2018, 09:44:49 PM »
Straight up numbers,  never more than 8. The fewer the better; 3 to four numbers is ideal.

I also play splits, single streets, quads, and  double streets with different methods.

I never play EC bets.

I've been playing roulette from the mid 1990's. Self taught and for the past few years I began visiting roulette forums. My joining this forum is my first interaction with other roulette players so I must confess, I'm not totally in tune with "roulette language" . When I'm at a casino I spend more time studying the wheel than playing and when I play I usually walk out with my win goal.

Playing roulette can be lonely and I am grateful for the interaction on the forum. I only visit the casinos a few times a month.

True what you say about the amount of numbers people play. I started with 30 random numbers spread over the table (like Mike plays lol) and after a heavy loss I sat down and began thinking of how best to play so I don't encounter heavy losses again. That's why I like to control my games and sessions. I must understand why I win and why I lose. There is always a logical rational reason for why things happen

What's your history with roulette?
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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #10 on: January 12, 2018, 10:51:27 PM »
"What's your history with roulette?" >> Holy s**t. Eating dinner now, I'll get back to this one.

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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #11 on: January 13, 2018, 12:38:40 AM »
"What's your history with roulette?" >> Holy s**t. Eating dinner now, I'll get back to this one.

Ken

The shorter version, started with roulette around 18 years ago. It is the ONLY casino game I play. STUDY STUDY STUDY one game only. I also started playing with 18 numbers (a Marty no less) and as years went by, realized the benefits of fewer numbers and flat betting.

I started out playing ONLY progressions. I couldn't wipe my a** without using a progression, I was that much hooked! Again, as time went by, I did more testing with SMARTER bet selections. I found, the better the selection, the best choice was flat betting. The weaker the selection = people are more inclined to use a progression (imo).

I currently use three different methods at the casino. 2/3 are based on repeaters (hot) numbers.
1/2 is something from Turbo maybe five years back BUT I tweaked it MY WAY because "until" was in his rules of play. Never have UNTIL in your rules, its a BR killer. I was like you once, new threads almost daily. The longer term guys will vouch for that (lol). I go to the casino 2-5 days per week. Been on EVERY roulette message board invented. Some are/were better than others. A couple of them I really miss!!!
I cut down on posting by at least 50%. Why? Because I simply dont care and am VERY comfortable in the way I play. Damn close to "beat" but I'll never admit it. ;)

Ken
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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #12 on: January 13, 2018, 04:35:58 AM »
 "I must understand why I win and why I lose.
There is always a logical rational reason for why things happen" >> 100000% correct. "Sometimes" just good old fashion bad luck for the day but most times, not.

Ken
 

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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #13 on: January 13, 2018, 07:04:04 AM »
"What's your history with roulette?" >> Holy s**t. Eating dinner now, I'll get back to this one.

Ken

 I was like you once, new threads almost daily. The longer term guys will vouch for that (lol). I go to the casino 2-5 days per week. Been on EVERY roulette message board invented. Some are/were better than others. A couple of them I really miss!!!
I cut down on posting by at least 50%. Why? Because I simply dont care and am VERY comfortable in the way I play. Damn close to "beat" but I'll never admit it. ;)

Ken

When I set my mind to something I work on it with all I've got. I happen to have some down time at the moment so I'm focusing on my roulette education. This is important to me for reasons I can't express in public...too political!

If readers of the forum follow my posts they may be able to see me digging for information and becoming more focused on the specifics of roulette. I have learnt a great deal in the last two and a half months; something that would have not been possible if I was just a guest on the forum.
Thank you for sharing your story. I would also like to thank all members who have helped me along the way. I have even picked up some tips from the naysayers...lol
 

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Re: Grooming a Roulette Enthusiast
« Reply #14 on: January 13, 2018, 07:11:30 AM »

...started with roulette around 18 years ago...

Rookie.