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Playing in two roulette tables simultaneously
« on: February 02, 2018, 12:51:51 AM »

Yesterday I came in collision with a pittbos. If there are plenty terminals unused of the Multi roulette, I take always two. I follow the stats of 4 tables and I switch between the tables. This is my way to make profit and pleasure. Suddenly the pittboss and another employer came up to me. I had to leave at once one terminal. He said , it was not allowed to play on two or more terminals. When there are more players than terminals it is obvious.
Not surprised. In US casinos you can't play in 2 or more live roulettes, at the same time. I wonder why.
They don't kick you out, but they will definitely tell you not to do it again. ( if they notice it). Also not $10 cash chips.
$5 , $25 $100 etc.
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Re: Playing in two tables simultaneously
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2018, 11:44:37 AM »
When I (not often) visit a BM casino, mostly in East Europe or Germany. Many walk around and use not colored chips. Some play at two tables. Players believe in triggers do it to get some spins with bets.  They have no problem doing it.
 
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Re: Playing in two tables simultaneously
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2018, 11:57:59 AM »
I'm surprised,  never had this problem.
 I often play 2 terminals. One auto wheel l play same numbers, so it's just hit repeat button;  on other l play vb. No one ever told me anything.
 
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Re: Playing in two tables simultaneously
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2018, 03:04:37 PM »
When I (not often) visit a BM casino, mostly in East Europe or Germany. Many walk around and use not colored chips. Some play at two tables. Players believe in triggers do it to get some spins with bets.  They have no problem doing it.
Those chips (not color) are called casino chips or cash chips. You can play them in every roulette and they are usually used by the hit and run type of players. Or those who want the choice to play in any roulette they like.
You can even go over to a black jack table and use them. In US casinos if they see you betting those chips in 2 roulettes at the same time, they will tell you not to do it. One roulette at a time only. 
One more restriction on top of the 00, is the absence of $10 cash chips. And there is a reason for not having $10 cash chips. You can bet 2 $5 chips for a $10 bet but the color of those 2 chips is the same.
 And if someone else is playing with those $5 chips you can't bet those chips in that roulette. Only one person at a time. Since there is no $10 chips to differentiate the color, your next choice up is $25 chips. But $25 chips are not for the average player.
The bottom line is they make it so hard, so that you have to sit down and exchange for color and play every spin. Once you sit down you get carried away, and it's  much more likely to lose , than standing up and picking and choosing when to bet.
I don't know about the rest of Europe, but the casinos near Athens allow 2 or more players to play inside numbers with the same cash chips. That results in frequent disputes and they have to look at the camera to see who bet what. But they allow it. Which is a great advantage not only for hit and run players but also AP players.
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Re: Playing in two roulette tables simultaneously
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2018, 10:27:10 AM »
Palestis,

There are many casinos now in the US where you can bet different roulette games from one terminal.  It's usually limited to two roulette games, craps, two black jack games and one or two games of bac.  All available at each players terminal.
 

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Re: Playing in two roulette tables simultaneously
« Reply #5 on: February 06, 2018, 01:41:13 PM »
I was talking about live games. Not live with electronic betting.
 

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Re: Playing in two roulette tables simultaneously
« Reply #6 on: February 06, 2018, 01:42:54 PM »
They are dealer dealt games.  For example at Foxwoods and Mohegan.
 

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Re: Playing in two roulette tables simultaneously
« Reply #7 on: February 06, 2018, 01:48:29 PM »
Yes I know them,  I have seen them there.
 

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Re: Playing in two roulette tables simultaneously
« Reply #8 on: February 06, 2018, 01:54:46 PM »
The stadium set up with live dealers is a big trend now, especially here on the east coast.  I for one hate it.  It's too loud, and cheesy here.
 

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Re: Playing in two roulette tables simultaneously
« Reply #9 on: February 06, 2018, 02:33:04 PM »
That's good. At least you don't have a dealer or a pit boss over your head, looking at you if you don't make frequent  bets with the color ships you exchanged. That's the idea of color chips and taking a seat. To be forced to bet frequently.  And stay at the table longer than initially planned. And we know what the results most likely will be if you bet more frequently and play longer. And also the reluctance to get up and leave when winning for fear that you will be noticed or be commented on.
I have seen a player exchange for color ships, make a bet and won and then exchanged the colored chips for cash chips. And the pit boss said. "Maybe you could bet with cash chips if you only going to play one or 2 spins"
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Re: Playing in two roulette tables simultaneously
« Reply #10 on: February 06, 2018, 06:43:16 PM »
In the US the Asian players love it, but everyone else seems to be turned off by the lack of personal service that a smaller table provides.
 
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Re: Playing in two roulette tables simultaneously
« Reply #11 on: February 07, 2018, 03:31:17 AM »
i used to be notorius for trying to bet two live tables at once until i got to know the pitbosses, or the pit managers, who are usuallly roulette dealers as well. most of the time the casino was so busy i could do this without trouble from them because they just couldnt keep up. i was a maniac who would jump from table to table, usually getting the same results. yes, you heard me correctly, the same results. i would get 00 and 0 or the same numbers in the same columns would show up. for instance i once jumped to 3 different tables all which came up the number 6. the number six, betting the same bets, which were column 1 and column 2 combined, and i get the same result at 3 different tables. all within a matter of 5 minutes. 00 would come up when i bet columns 1 and 3 too much. single zero came up alot when i would bet columns 1 and 2 too much. single or double zero or column one would show up when i would bet columns 2 and 3 though.
 
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Re: Playing in two roulette tables simultaneously
« Reply #12 on: February 07, 2018, 06:46:11 AM »
I always play with more than 1 table.

In some casinos once in a while I get the warning. But in other casinos they don't care.

I generally go on the weekend and mostly all the tables are crowded.

 
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Re: Playing in two roulette tables simultaneously
« Reply #13 on: February 09, 2018, 07:42:32 AM »
I am looking at this thread reflecting about a man i knew who was also a `hit and run` multiple table type. he played red and black. i never told him how bad i felt because he never ever ever (i could go on forever) won. he just kept coming back and losing. i dont see him much any more but i am only guessing its because he lost so much money.
 
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