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$50. Question
« on: September 14, 2016, 11:01:11 AM »
Hi to everyone on this site. Seems like all roulette players are looking for a way to play which will have you  leaving the casino each time a winner.
I ask is there such a thing?
I have been playing roulette for over 30 years and I would be the happiest guy on the planet if I could find, or design or see a half decent system that I could confidently walk out each day making $50.
Well I have tried many,designed many but all win a few times and then BUST and take all your winnings and empty my wallet.
Unfortunately all gambling sites are the same. Everyone thinks that they have the best system and 1,000s are listed.
And all fall over.
I believe what we should do is pick the best system on the site and everyone work toward making that system as close as it can be to a consistent winner. And I don't mean an endless double up ( suicide)
I know it is out there.
I know this because I knew a professional roulette player who had this game.
He would  come to the casino at 8am win $400 then come back at 4 pm and win another $400
For years I watched him do it. I did everything I could to befriend him (nearly had my wife sleep with him) only kidding !
After 2 long years he showed me the system.
It blew me away. Day after day I would make $4-6 hundred dollars
After 4 months the Ausralian gov allowed all casinos to change their wheels. Shallow dish and a ball so lite you couldn't feel it in your hands.
It killed the system. Because now the ball bounces all over the place. Exactly what they wanted.
So maybe on this site is a system that is good but almost there.
If there is bring it to light and let's All work on it.


 
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Re: $50. Question
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2016, 11:10:59 AM »
can you elaborate to us what system was used?
 
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Re: $50. Question
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2016, 11:48:37 AM »

 Hi to everyone on this site. Seems like all roulette players are looking for a way to play which will have you  leaving the casino each time a winner.

 I ask is there such a thing?
 I have been playing roulette for over 30 years and I would be the happiest guy on the planet if I could find, or design or see a half decent system that I could confidently walk out each day making $50.
 

A proper good system will continue to grow the bankroll in its own time.

To expect or demand that it win each time, or each day is short sighted.

Leaving a session with a win is not essential, and leaving a session with a loss is not unnecessary.

A proper good system will allow you to go home if you’re tired, and to continue the play whenever you’re ready. As long as it's left to grow the bankroll.



….Why can’t people see this?


 
« Last Edit: September 14, 2016, 11:52:08 AM by Trilobite »
 
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Re: $50. Question
« Reply #3 on: September 14, 2016, 11:56:37 AM »
can you elaborate to us what system was used?
Ditto
 

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Re: $50. Question
« Reply #4 on: September 14, 2016, 12:27:31 PM »
You are new here Sam, or you would know that we  do not agree on the best approach to winning never mind agree on the best system.
Furthermore, some of us feel that we should not share our method with anyone for  fear of  killing " The Golden Goose " .
I agree with Trilobite.  It is not necessary to win on each visit to the casino - only that we show an overall profit.
There are many claims of a Roulette Professional but, frankly , I doubt if anyone actually is. If casinos ban Card Counters why would they allow roulette players to win thousands weekly ?
« Last Edit: September 14, 2016, 12:33:08 PM by scepticus »
 

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Re: $50. Question
« Reply #5 on: September 14, 2016, 09:54:47 PM »
Hi all and thanks for the replies.
The first thing is for Scepticus is yes true professionals are rare but do exist, and I live in Australia where there has never been a recorded gambler  banned for consistantly winning. I have never even heard of someone being banned for card counting and I have many friends that do just that. And secondly are you saying that all the members on this forum only post looser systems? That's a rather odd thing to say and would probably offend the good spirit of most members.
Now as for Rays winning system he has passed away and his system will only work with old wheels of which Australia has none.
So I am sure that putting the system out there will be no harm even though at its peak he sold it 3 times for $12,000 each.
It's involved and a little complicated and will take me sometime to post.  And I will later tonight. It's morning here and a coffee is waiting for me and then the Gym
I will post it tonight.  Cheers
 
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Re: $50. Question
« Reply #6 on: September 14, 2016, 11:09:05 PM »
Hi Sam
Do you actually know a roulette professional ? By Professional I mean someone whose  main source of income is from betting on roulette.
Your friends count cards doesn't count as they are not professionals or are you saying that they are?
I am talking about serious money .Casinos aren't in the business of letting anyone taking serious money from them and I don't think Aussie casinos are any different . Even some roulette players in this forum say that they make themselves " invisible " to casino staff or they would be banned.
As I have posted methods in tis forum I  am puzzled as to why you think  that I said that members here posted losing systems. 
Anyway, I look forward to your posting your friend's A$12000 system. Sounds like another AP system so it will be of interest to our AP members.