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5Dimes
« on: August 07, 2016, 12:29:41 AM »
The following are the payouts on both American and European wheels at 5Dimes online "Bonus" casino.  Min bet is $1.00; max $2500. The Casino accepts USA players.  In addition, the games are audited and certified as "Fair" by a reputable professional. I have a call to the auditor as part of my customary due diligence analysis for online casinos and will report back if I find an anomalies.

Inside Bets

American Roulette Straight Bet o 36.62 to 1 (standard payout is 35 to 1)

Single Zero Roulette Straight Bet o 35.65 to 1 (standard payout is 35 to 1)

American Roulette Split Bet o 17.81 to 1 (standard payout is 17 to 1)

Single Zero Roulette Split Bet o 17.32 to 1 (standard payout is 17 to 1)

American Roulette Street Bet (Row) o 11.54 to 1 (standard payout is 11 to 1)

Single Zero Roulette Street Bet (Row) o 11.21 to 1 (standard payout is 11 to 1)

American Roulette Square Bet o 8.41 to 1 (standard payout is 8 to 1)

Single Zero Roulette Square Bet o 8.16 to 1 (standard payout is 8 to 1)

American Roulette 5 Number Bet o 6.53 to 1 (standard payout is 6.2 to 1)

American Roulette Double Street Bet o 5.27 to 1 (standard payout is 5 to 1)

Single Zero Roulette Double Street Bet o 5.11 to 1 (standard payout is 5 to 1)

Outside Bets

American Roulette Dozen Bet o 2.14 to 1 (standard payout is 2 to 1)

Single Zero Roulette Dozen Bet o 2.06 to 1 (standard payout is 2 to 1)

American Roulette Column Bet o 2.14 to 1 (standard payout is 2 to 1)

Single Zero Roulette Column Bet o 2.06 to 1 (standard payout is 2 to 1)

American Roulette Even Money Bet o 1.09 to 1 (standard payout is 1 to 1)

Single Zero Roulette Even Money Bet o 1.04 to 1 (standard payout is 1 to 1)

Sweet!

« Last Edit: August 07, 2016, 12:45:33 AM by lone wolf »


 
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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2016, 12:39:02 AM »
Talk about warnings, caveats, truisms, and transparency.  5Dimes posted this on the Help section for Roulette. 

"Roulette is a game of chance. The outcome of a spin is not determined by prior spins. Each spin is an independent event of chance. For example, after seven successive blacks, the chance of getting a red on the next spin is still as likely as getting a black. You should not base you strategy on the false assumption that a particular outcome is 'due' to happen. Some people believe you can always break even at roulette by always betting even money, then doubling down after every loss and return to the lowest bet after a win. This is called the Martingale system. However, in practice this is not possible because every roulette table has a maximum imposed on the bet size.

After a couple of sequential losses it is no longer possible to double down, and you will lose. In fact never believe anyone who claims having invented a winning roulette system. As with all games of chance, whether you win or lose doesn't depend on the system you're using, but on luck and common sense. The outcome of a spin is not determined by prior spins. Good Luck!"

Is this reverse psychology or begging you not to play because the odds are stacked against you, or some other motive?  Clearly, there are no laws requiring an online casino in Costa Rica to post any such warnings.

 

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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2016, 02:03:20 AM »
My opinion has been for a long time that it is deliberately there to foster a sense of "hopeless abandon" with a spirit of playing that corresponds with "having fun" and "at least playing for a long time", all which are the antithesis of a properly designed system.

Notice how you always see the both together, GF & the bolded?
 

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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2016, 03:31:47 AM »
There are casinos with no max bet, and still a negative progression can fail.  The only way  a player can for sure win, is he bet the first spin the amount so large as the casino assets, then double until a win. The player must be able to stand until the first winning bet, which can in the worst case be 20 .

We can easy see, we can not make a bet, which can not lose at any spin.
 

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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2016, 01:54:29 AM »
Jesper, which casinos have no bet limit in roulette?
 
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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #5 on: August 09, 2016, 08:18:44 AM »
Jesper, which casinos have no bet limit in roulette?

www.1centcasino.com/ is a casino there we can bet from 1 cent and no maxbet. They take also bitcoin and they welcome all players regardless of country.

I have tested them and played some, and found nothing which was suspectful, but I do not really know the casino, more than it is controlled from Israel.
 
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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #6 on: August 09, 2016, 03:26:52 PM »
Jesper, which casinos have no bet limit in roulette?

newbielink:http://www.1centcasino.com/ [nonactive] is a casino there we can bet from 1 cent and no maxbet. They take also bitcoin and they welcome all players regardless of country.

I have tested them and played some, and found nothing which was suspectful, but I do not really know the casino, more than it is controlled from Israel.

What is your experience getting withdrawals paid?
 

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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #7 on: August 10, 2016, 04:06:02 AM »
I have not played much there, as I use to prefer NOZ. But they have paid promptly the few times I withdraw some money.
 
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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #8 on: August 18, 2016, 04:06:22 AM »
After a reasonable amount of testing, I have discovered a bonafide edge in 5Dimes online, "Bonus" casino craps game that just won 45 out of 45 hands (real money) with a simple progression not exceeding 40 units before winning. The payoff of this wager is 4.94 to one and comes with a high HE. Playing time was a tad over 30 minutes.  I could have gone on  but fatigue and a bit of boredom took over.  It's been a long day here in NY for us professional Futures traders playing the FOMC release.

Not sure if anyone cares given this is a Roulette site where players seem to enjoy philosophizing more than making real money.  My sense is there are many world class "fun money" players here and few who risk real money, let alone play to earn a livelihood.  That's not meant to be a knock nor criticism, but more of an observation from reading the Forum posts, especially from so-called AP, who haven't--as far as I can tell--shared anything worth sharing to make the others here as successful as they claim to be.

Perhaps I don't belong here anymore?
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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #9 on: August 19, 2016, 07:36:22 AM »
Why don't you share your system in the Systems section?
This way you will help other members and you will get some feedback.
 
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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #10 on: August 19, 2016, 08:01:55 AM »
Not sure if anyone cares given this is a Roulette site where players seem to enjoy philosophizing more than making real money. 

I think "philosophizing" has its place. If systems aren't built on proper foundations, or if the methodology for testing/designing them is flawed, then any number of them won't make you any money. Roulette is after all about "universals" like risk and probability, abstractions which apply in virtually every domain. I for one would find a roulette forum in which only systems were posted a very boring one.
 
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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #11 on: August 21, 2016, 07:13:54 AM »
After a reasonable amount of testing, I have discovered a bonafide edge in 5Dimes online, "Bonus" casino craps game that just won 45 out of 45 hands (real money) with a simple progression not exceeding 40 units before winning. The payoff of this wager is 4.94 to one and comes with a high HE. Playing time was a tad over 30 minutes.  I could have gone on  but fatigue and a bit of boredom took over.  It's been a long day here in NY for us professional Futures traders playing the FOMC release.

Not sure if anyone cares given this is a Roulette site where players seem to enjoy philosophizing more than making real money.  My sense is there are many world class "fun money" players here and few who risk real money, let alone play to earn a livelihood.  That's not meant to be a knock nor criticism, but more of an observation from reading the Forum posts, especially from so-called AP, who haven't--as far as I can tell--shared anything worth sharing to make the others here as successful as they claim to be.

Perhaps I don't belong here anymore?

Lone wolf you DO belong here, but don't push it too much. And don't care what the naysayers got to say. (There's one little trick I use: I've learnt who are the constructive and experienced members on this forum and I read only them! When a new nickname comes across I give it few reads, but if I recognize a naysayer, I skip that new face too. Simple and warm as fart after a good free meal in the casino.)

The money you will earn or lose out of the roulette sessions will be only yours, so why you bother about other people opinions? :)

And one last advice:
don't rush.

The most experienced members on this forum will never tell you that they KNOW IT ALL, but they'll all admit that they'll keep learning because that helps with the earning. Its f****ng and totally correlated.

=GNO=
 
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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #12 on: August 21, 2016, 04:51:07 PM »
After a reasonable amount of testing, I have discovered a bonafide edge in 5Dimes online, "Bonus" casino craps game that just won 45 out of 45 hands (real money) with a simple progression not exceeding 40 units before winning. The payoff of this wager is 4.94 to one and comes with a high HE. Playing time was a tad over 30 minutes.  I could have gone on  but fatigue and a bit of boredom took over.  It's been a long day here in NY for us professional Futures traders playing the FOMC release.

Not sure if anyone cares given this is a Roulette site where players seem to enjoy philosophizing more than making real money.  My sense is there are many world class "fun money" players here and few who risk real money, let alone play to earn a livelihood.  That's not meant to be a knock nor criticism, but more of an observation from reading the Forum posts, especially from so-called AP, who haven't--as far as I can tell--shared anything worth sharing to make the others here as successful as they claim to be.

Perhaps I don't belong here anymore?

Lone wolf you DO belong here, but don't push it too much. And don't care what the naysayers got to say. (There's one little trick I use: I've learnt who are the constructive and experienced members on this forum and I read only them! When a new nickname comes across I give it few reads, but if I recognize a naysayer, I skip that new face too. Simple and warm as fart after a good free meal in the casino.)

The money you will earn or lose out of the roulette sessions will be only yours, so why you bother about other people opinions? :)

And one last advice:
don't rush.

The most experienced members on this forum will never tell you that they KNOW IT ALL, but they'll all admit that they'll keep learning because that helps with the earning. Its f****ng and totally correlated.

=GNO=

Wonder if a fart affects the Air Temperature while the ball is spinning ?
Wonder if it plays havoc with an AP's prediction ?
 

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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #13 on: August 25, 2016, 01:55:59 AM »
Why don't you share your system in the Systems section?
This way you will help other members and you will get some feedback.
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Great suggestion Kav.

And I have one for you:  Tell me why I haven't been afforded membership in your private inner circle where you share exclusive systems to those who contribute to the forum.  I made formal requests multiple times and other then the first--in which I said I lacked time and posts here--I haven't heard a word from you.

Do I have to get on my hands and knees?  If so, it ain't gonna happen my friend.
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Re: 5Dimes
« Reply #14 on: August 25, 2016, 02:00:35 AM »
Not sure if anyone cares given this is a Roulette site where players seem to enjoy philosophizing more than making real money. 

I think "philosophizing" has its place. If systems aren't built on proper foundations, or if the methodology for testing/designing them is flawed, then any number of them won't make you any money. Roulette is after all about "universals" like risk and probability, abstractions which apply in virtually every domain. I for one would find a roulette forum in which only systems were posted a very boring one.
With all due respect, if you're not in it to make money, then why bother?  Nothing against philosophy,  especially if it concerns discipline and money management.