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Gambling Philosophy / Some FUN Facts
« Last post by Fyodor on November 18, 2017, 02:16:17 PM »
All roulette croupiers have a signature, but most times their handwriting is indecipherable.
The roulette wheel smells fear, but rewards the brave.
The real percentage against an average table of players is 66.6%.
The bias of the wheel is activated against YOU, personally, every time you place a wager.
That time the ball hit YOUR target pocket, and got smacked clean out of the bowl, and across the room, THEY did that on purpose, just to see the expression on your face.
The REAL reason that players are not allowed to wear Sunglasses in the Casino, is because of the stun-flash memory eraser  ("Men in Black) that they use when they have to move the ball away from a heavy payout position.

The biggest problem with split target wagers, is that, at best, one side is automatically lost, and a continuing forfeit of 9-10 jetons per spin will grind you down.
Pick one side or the other, place eight jetons on the zero sector (Two on 26, and one each on 12, 35, 3, 0, 32 and 15),
OR, play an eight piece tune on heavy centre tierce, (5-8 cheval, 8-11 cheval, 10 en plein, 13-16 cheval, 23 en plein, 24-27 cheval, 30 en plain, 33-36 cheval.
The 4 numbers at the centre are 8, 10, 23 and 30, with 4 cheval results on each side.
Just a suggestion to consider, but either option provides an added reward at the centre, and your bank will survive twice as long as before.
Gambling Philosophy / Re: Reduce the house edge!
« Last post by Fyodor on November 18, 2017, 12:39:24 PM »
Hi Reyth, Interested to read any and all posts on roulette strategies, and that one was different.
The only advantage I have discovered, relating to EC's, is that there are 7 doubled odd numbers on an EU wheel, against 6 doubled even numbers. That is the weakest link I can find in the HE thing,
 I look for "bog" patterns on a 10×10 result chart, and exploit them if I can.
Yes Kav, I will start a thread/post to describe it.
Re the top post, Sputnik, where on earth can we play a B&M without contra-spin, where the RP is always zero? That sounds like heaven to me.
And, MickyP, when I say I am a serious player, it is because I try to learn more about the game every day, research and apply it, when ever I get the chance.
Advantage players aren't rocket scientists, tho they might be, they are life students of chance.
Then, just when you get a manageable grip on the game, the greedy moguls do this to you, and it's back to the drawing board.
Casino Lounge / Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Last post by vitorwally on November 18, 2017, 12:05:23 PM »
I would watch if I hadn't business of my own to deal with during the week, and somehow in the weekend as well. Anyway, I think if you want to boost your audience you must do your live demos on the weekend. You will probably be able to gather more participants.
Questions and Answers / Re: Structured posts
« Last post by dobbelsteen on November 18, 2017, 09:03:05 AM »
In Europe the single zero wheels is mostly used. You are a donkey when you play a double zero wheel, if there is a single zero wheel. My roulette theory and Exel programs are all based on the single zero wheel. By request I write a simulation for the American wheel.
Casino Lounge / Re: Dobbelsteen`Blog
« Last post by dobbelsteen on November 18, 2017, 08:47:24 AM »

The number of systems is infinite. A system has fixed rules and is mostly easy to analyze and simulate. Simulation reports can abroad your knowledge of the game.
A player session is always a short run event. The result is unpredictable.
On the roulette strategy threads you can find very less about the roulette strategy. The cause is, that a strategy is very difficult to describe and to explain.
A strategy use all the features , statistic rules and features. Videos show much simple the method a player uses. For real events demos are more suitable.

Yes I am a little disappointed. There was only one participant watching my demo. I played about 90 minutes an had a profit of 120 units. May be the next time some participants more.
Questions and Answers / Re: Structured posts
« Last post by MickyP on November 18, 2017, 06:40:27 AM »
Points taken gentlemen. I'm sure this clarifies the topic a bit more paving the way for othersale to contribute their finding. It will help if all who respond supply the requested information as well.
Questions and Answers / Re: Structured posts
« Last post by MrPerfect. on November 18, 2017, 03:14:36 AM »
 There was a phylosofy " story" , not remember from wich tradition exactly....
      It was about how 3 different blind people percieved an elephant... one of them was near elephant's leg,other managed to palp it's tail, third palped it's tusk. All 3 had very different perceptions of very same animal.
    Same is with you guys. Without seeing whole picture, it's absolutely useless to introduce new pieces of information.  Make of the wheel or its location makes no difference for a system player. Very same roulette wheel may and often do behave  differently during very same day. What is there to generalise or model for someone who do not even look to the wheel itself?
Questions and Answers / Re: Structured posts
« Last post by kav on November 17, 2017, 11:22:28 PM »
The more info the better anyway.
Questions and Answers / Re: Structured posts
« Last post by Reyth on November 17, 2017, 11:09:21 PM »
Maybe the wheel make and location could matter if somehow we would encounter correlation?
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