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INTERBLOCK G5
« on: August 02, 2015, 03:18:54 AM »
Anybody has any info about the INTERBLOCK G5 auto roulette? A casino that opened up near me has 3 of them and it sure looks like a good  alternative to the hassle of playing in crowded live tables, where the spinning is brutally slow.
I guess what I'm asking is, if it is, or if it can be rigged.


 

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2015, 03:39:42 AM »
hi palestis i have a report how can u beat em , i assume u re refering for american wheels ,if  so u can mail me , these kind of things its better make it in private ,my opinion , petespin68@gmail.com 
 

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2015, 05:16:33 AM »
LOL
Petespin, I hope you wont make again claims of easily making millions of dollars.
I don't want this forum community to be used as a sales place, but I allow your post, because it answers Palaistis question. And I hope he is experienced enough, not to fall victim of unrealistic promises and claims.

Btw, Palaistis, we had a discussion the other day about the duration of spins.
Could you please tell us how long does it take to make a full roulette spin (with pay outs and placing bets etc.) in your casino and where is it?
 

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #3 on: August 02, 2015, 06:20:41 AM »
Palestis,

I assume you're talking about Plain Ridge Casino.  I was just there two days ago.  Those are Diamond Roulette which are veesion G6
 

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #4 on: August 02, 2015, 11:18:17 AM »
Palestis,

I assume you're talking about Plain Ridge Casino.  I was just there two days ago.  Those are Diamond Roulette which are veesion G6
Yes that's the one.
 But what were you doing there? There are no live wheels in this casino. .
Just the 3 auto wheels , plus the  same idea for craps. 2 of them were clearly marked G5, the third was different, but couldn't make out a manufacturer. 2 days ago I was there too for the first time. That was Fri.
But they have many virtual roulettes, and virtual black jacks. Of course I don't bother with those. And neither the auto wheel at Twin River, where a  light spot, spins around a fixed wheel.
The closest live roulettes are 20 min. away at the Twin River, where they will add more in August, plus Texas Holdem. 
But the Plain Ridge is very convenient, with no spin delays, (provided it is behaving like the live wheel).
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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #5 on: August 02, 2015, 11:43:01 AM »
LOL
Petespin, I hope you wont make again claims of easily making millions of dollars.
I don't want this forum community to be used as a sales place, but I allow your post, because it answers Palaistis question. And I hope he is experienced enough, not to fall victim of unrealistic promises and claims.

Btw, Palaistis, we had a discussion the other day about the duration of spins.
Could you please tell us how long does it take to make a full roulette spin (with pay outs and placing bets etc.) in your casino and where is it?
I was there just to see it and wasn't prepared to take any timing data. I put $20 in it, and with 50 cents minimum, I hardly had time to place the $5 minimum (10 chips), and the no more bets came on. Unless you know exactly what and where to bet in advance, chances are you can't complete all the bets, and you will be cut off. But there is plenty of time for EC's and other outside bets. Next time I will investigate more in detail. Also I have to perform some tests, to see if it is rigged.
To get around being singled out when you win at the specific console, you can always print out an exit ticket and move on to another console with cash deposit.  Not the payment ticket and no points card in the slot. But many tickets of $10 wins each, add up very fast to a very serious  amount.
That way, for the machine you are just a random player.
A small win won't raise the computer's attention, if in fact it monitors the wins per betting station.
 

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #6 on: August 03, 2015, 03:04:37 AM »
let me tell u that i didnt ask anything and only share what a guy share with me aswell, i never test it in the past , but i have cross infos from 3 different sources before reach to the point to tell to someone to play this way, its not like my stuff that i ve play and win and test it for long till  come to the point to ask money ,and i am not a guy that i ll push someone to lose his money without to think properly . i also can tell u that the guy mail me about this infos show me winning cash out tickets then take it more seriously . i hope and wish palestis to have great success with this!
 

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #7 on: August 03, 2015, 12:49:26 PM »
Palestis,
I was more interested in the duration of live roulette spins, because you mention "crowded live tables, where the spinning is brutally slow"
As we both know roulette spins in Greece and other European countries are slow, but Real and other members suggested that in general they are (too) much faster in the US (less than 2 minutes).
I just wanted your opinion and experience on this.
 

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #8 on: August 04, 2015, 02:50:01 AM »
Palestis,
I was more interested in the duration of live roulette spins, because you mention "crowded live tables, where the spinning is brutally slow"
As we both know roulette spins in Greece and other European countries are slow, but Real and other members suggested that in general they are (too) much faster in the US (less than 2 minutes).
I just wanted your opinion and experience on this.
I went to the casino today to check out the G5 Interblock.
The betting time is only 30 seconds. It starts the countdown on the screen as soon as the winning number is announced. The ball is spun about 6 sec. before the bet cutoff. Then "No more bets".
The complete  cycle is 48 seconds. From betting to announcing and paying to winning number.
Not even a minute. Just like the online live casinos like William Hill.
Minimum chip is 50 cents, but you have to bet $5. Sounds cheap, but at 50 seconds/per spin you can lose a lot more than a live table.
If you use a system that requires to look at the previous numbers and process them, then you don't have time to finish the bet.
Live table spinning times depends directly on how many people play. On weekends are crowded, but  some casinos don't even have automatic chip stackers, and that causes a lot of delays, Because the dealer shorts them out by hand. And sometimes but not always is helped by another dealer.
In general, the dealer waits for all sitting players to finish their bets,
There is no pressure to hurry.
the dealer usually goes with the players' pace.
with the same number of players at a table the spins in Greece are faster.
American players bet too many numbers. Not unusual 25 and 30 of them. Plus there in no neighbor bets. so everything has to be placed by hand.
 

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #9 on: August 04, 2015, 12:17:58 PM »
I must say this is fascinating.
 

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #10 on: August 04, 2015, 03:05:44 PM »
   I don't know the make of the machine I play on. It consists of a larger roulette wheel under a dome. It allows 35 seconds for betting, and the full cycle is 60 seconds. The consol screens are cleared after cycle, but there are repeat and double buttons if you want to make the same bet. The last few seconds are counted down, so the bettor can hit the cancel button if the bets aren't in place.  The player can choose between the layout, the nieghbours race track or the wheel diagram in order to place his bets.
     With only 45 seconds per cycle you have to be very organized. There isn't time to decide what you want to bet after the ball has dropped and the betting time begins. The trick is to select in advance what you will do for various possible results. In other words you mus add the 20 seconds the ball is spinning to your thinking time. Once the ball falls and betting time begins there is little time for deciding what you are going to bet. YOU MUST KNOW IN ADVANCE.

        With a little practice it  is easy. Just watch the developing patterns so that you are ready when they fall into place.

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #11 on: August 04, 2015, 04:15:20 PM »
Wow kinda makes you hope this isn't the future of roulette?

I say this because it sounds like its a method (or could easily be a method) to discourage system players...

It definitely seems to be attempting to "chip away" (LOL) at a Player's Edge; i.e. being able to play a system perfectly without deviation.
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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #12 on: August 05, 2015, 01:22:40 AM »
Wow kinda makes you hope this isn't the future of roulette?

I say this because it sounds like its a method (or could easily be a method) to discourage system players...

It definitely seems to be attempting to "chip away" (LOL) at a Player's Edge; i.e. being able to play a system perfectly without deviation.
Evidently it's more important for the casino, to keep spinning faster and faster with lesser and lesser
betting time. And they sure miss out on additional bets a player would make if he had more time. A lot more
I guess they prefer to have fewer wagers with a guaranteed win, than more wagers where the player has the time to think before he bets.
Do they know something?
 

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #13 on: August 05, 2015, 06:44:54 PM »
   I would say that casinos prefer to spin slowly and give everyone plenty of time to bet. The result is often painfully slow play on the tables. Most of the players I have met prefer the machines because they are faster. Even those who make 30 or more bets per spin seem to have no trouble getting their bets down in time.

    For myself, I keep my strategies fairly simple and play only one or two strategies at one time. It is easy to see when triggers are close.So it is easy to work out in advance which nu,mbers will complete the trigger. Once a bet is started you either win or lose. If you have lost that spin the follow up is automatic.eg. If I am betting dozens. Once the trigger is complete the first bet is 1u. if lost the next is probably also 1u, the third 2u, the 4th 3u etc. No thought is required and it takes no more than 5 seconds to punch this in on the screen. I have time to get up and walk around to see what everyone else is doing and returnto my seat before the spin starts.

    If like Palestis you watch several marques searching for possible triggers you definately need some time. When you sit down at a table or a machine you need to decide in advance which triggers you are looking for. You may miss one or two good bets along the way, but there are obviously more spins available for the triggers you are looking for to appear.

   I must stress that you need to be organized. When I played the outside numbers, I used different color pens For RB, HL, OE,and dozens 1-2-3. So I could see at a glance if anything had missed a few spins.
    When I moved inside I decided that Double Streets gave the simplest  and most varied betting opportunities. At each spin I write the number and and the number of the DS. eg. 1-6 = 1, 7-12 = 2 etc If I need to group the DS into pairs or 3's or 4's. I number each group. Once the result is known I write the number and the group or groups. you can see at once if a trigger is forming. Long before the next spin is complete I know what groups will form a trigger and what my bet will be if one is formed.

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Re: INTERBLOCK G5
« Reply #14 on: August 05, 2015, 07:57:04 PM »

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With only 45 seconds per cycle you have to be very organized. There isn't time to decide what you want to bet after the ball has dropped and the betting time begins. The trick is to select in advance what you will do for various possible results. In other words you mus add the 20 seconds the ball is spinning to your thinking time. Once the ball falls and betting time begins there is little time for deciding what you are going to bet. YOU MUST KNOW IN ADVANCE.

Nonsense, Interblock roulette isn't too fast.  Some machines are run at a faster pace than others.  Most spin between 60 to 70 spins per hour.

If you believe that it's too fast than you'd better "up" your game.  I rather like the pace and find that I have plenty of time to bet.  Even after the ball is spun.

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I say this because it sounds like its a method (or could easily be a method) to discourage system players...
Furthermore, it doesn't matter how much time you give system players, they're still going to lose.

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Yes that's the one.
 But what were you doing there? There are no live wheels in this casino. .
Just the 3 auto wheels , plus the  same idea for craps. 2 of them were clearly marked G5, the third was different, but couldn't make out a manufacturer. 2 days ago I was there too for the first time. That was Fri.
But they have many virtual roulettes, and virtual black jacks. Of course I don't bother with those. And neither the auto wheel at Twin River, where a  light spot, spins around a fixed wheel.
The closest live roulettes are 20 min. away at the Twin River, where they will add more in August, plus Texas Holdem. 
But the Plain Ridge is very convenient, with no spin delays, (provided it is behaving like the live wheel).

I've been to Twin River and Newport Grand Slots.  Yes, both wheels were G3 Megastar versions with spinning lights in place of the live wheels. Quite absurd. ( I was there about a week ago when they had the tornado warning.)  Twin river did have some live wheels.  I was also in Maryland, Conn., Penn., NY., Mich., Mass., Ohio, and Indiana just in the past few weeks.

To date, I have been into every casino on the East Coast, and most of the casinos in the US.
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