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Casino Lounge / Re: The Cost of a Win.
« Last post by MickyP on Today at 06:22:47 AM »
Nice train of thought.

Leowls, I agree, each to his own. For a player who wants to make money from roulette this is an important calculation to make or do players walk in and play blind without any parameters to work with?

I know big wins do happen but not on a consistent basis. Playing a method that gives a good consistency of wins will more than likely keep you within your parameters and the odds of you reaching your win goal are greatly improved.

Here is an example of what I mean about the value of time.
If your regular job pays you 10 dollars an hour or 80 dollars a day (just a simple example; don't freak out) and you live comfortably on this income; your casino play time should mirror this at least. Add the costs of a casino visit; travel, food etc, let's say an extra 20 dollars. You need to make 100 dollars on your casino visit to justify your investment.
Remember; you have put in many hours of research, testing methods and so on to qualify yourself as competent enough to reach your goal. It's what you do with your winnings that will ultimately see you move up from that level. Save/reinvest gives you the means to go up. Spending keeps you on the same level or bust.
Roulette Systems / Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Last post by MickyP on Today at 05:35:37 AM »
It makes CENTS...LOL
Roulette Systems / Re: Scep' s roulette strategies .
« Last post by Herby on Today at 05:32:03 AM »
Conclusion of 31 pages:
you take 4 dozens ( no, no zero  :'( , oh my god, why ?, screaming, crying, such a complicated world ...)

there exists 81 different outcomes (9 blocks, 9 lines)  (9 times 9 -> yeah, I know sombody who can calculate it  8) )

tell me any sequence of three dozens - for example: 1,2,3 (here I remember school)

I' am the great winner, there exists at least one sequence in these 81 different outcomes where 1,2,3 appears

now get down to your knees and praise the lord
Questions and Answers / Re: What have you learned?
« Last post by double zero on Today at 02:41:19 AM »

when you say get losing bets out of the way  first do you mean don't any  make bets for multiple spins?

where is that  picture from? wow! the most I've ever seen!
Casino Lounge / Re: The Cost of a Win.
« Last post by leowls on Today at 01:02:54 AM »
Awesome, but one tactic alone cannot destroy a shape-shifting enemy like the roulette.  Just when we have thought we have found a way to defeat it, it changes into another form and attack us in a different way.
Casino Lounge / Re: The Cost of a Win.
« Last post by Reyth on Today at 12:58:49 AM »
There is an aggressive Queen opening (Napoleon):

Gambling Philosophy / Bakers Dozen!
« Last post by Fyodor on Today at 12:52:53 AM »
There are thirteen Casinos in Australia, with a well distributed base over all States and Territories.
There is Cairns, (Queensland)
Townsville, (Queensland)
Gold Coast, (Queensland)
Brisbane, (Queensland)
Sydney, (New South Wales)
 Canberra, (Australian Capitol Territory)
Melbourne (Victoria)
Launceston, (Tasmania)
Hobart, (Tasmania)
Adelaide, (South Australia)
Alice Springs, (Northern Territory)
Darwin, (Northern Territory)
and Perth, (Western Australia)
---essentially covering all the Capitol city environments.
Queensland is justified in having four of the Devils Domains, as the coastline is 2761 km long!
For some reason (probably greed) the most heavily populated zones, Sydney and Melbourne, each have one MegaCasino, but are not satisfied with having the heaviest patronage/turnover, etc, because they have restructured/re-sequenced the numbers on the traditional/original EU roulette wheel.
Professional Roulette players stay away from those tables, and find the smaller, boutique style Casinos much more advantageous (or at least, more user friendly!)
I intend to visit all the States while I am here, and will report in due course.
Additional Casinos are planned for Sydney and Brisbane, but with a national (sparse) population of less than 25Mill. considerable reliance will be put on "junket" and "high-roller" players from International sources.
One of the Casinos in Australia regularly has more employees on the floor, than patrons, with even less actual players, (my favourite conditions).
So quiet in fact, that croupiers know most of the players by name, and their favourite "pattern" wagers, where they have one!
There is good and bad in that, depending on your personal point of view.
Roulette Systems / Re: NEW SYSTEM: SINGLE DOZEN
« Last post by leowls on Today at 12:44:38 AM »
Can I have an update from those who play this method?
Are you still making profits?


I was going to post about it here but for some reasons I had second thoughts.  What bothers me so much is that it is so hard to really see the truth in these things.  One of them though, is CLEARLY messed up.

If there is one thing to learn from all these cases, it is:

NEVER confess to something you didn't do, for any reason.
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