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Highs and Lows for Roulette Pros.
« on: November 08, 2015, 10:56:28 PM »
  Highs and Lows for Roulette Pros.
Hi all, I am a roulette researcher/systems analyst/observer/theorist/pattern player/grinder/loser/winner and dedicated to the classic form of the game.

Roulette, for enjoyment, mental exercise, intrigue and, importantly for profit was and continues to be, my fascination for more than fifty years.
During that time I have witnessed astonishing highs and mind-numbing lows at roulette tables in France, Germany, Britain and Australia.

Thankfully most of the second category did not include me, although I admit to feeling the chill wind of defeat moaning for my attention one winter night in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
The apprenticeship for this game is very expensive, as it has to be played to gain the knowledge/experience/patience to be successful, and to play, one has to first buy table chips/jetons, or, if you are rolling, high denomination “plaques”.
The most interesting observation I have made, is that the most memorable wins at the roulette table, seem mostly made by accident, pure luck, no rhyme or reason.

In many cases, sense and reason fly away, faster than the chips accumulate.
He, who mere minutes ago had an impressive stack of chips is struggling to pay for the expensive round of drinks he generously ordered for his new “table troll” friends.

I can say this with some authority as prior extensive “live” table research has disclosed a general lack of risk management (even among winners!).
In my opinion, that is a recipe for courting economic ruin.

To win at this game you need a disciplined plan, because roulette is the jewel in the casino money trap, surrounded by distraction, dalliance, discotheques, disconcerting dames and delicious drinks, but, I digress.
This situation is one where you must certainly keep your head, even when all around you, everyone else seems to be losing theirs.

With patience and perseverance, roulette can be the most rewarding game of chance in the world, with impatience and imprudent haste, it can be the most diabolical creation of glittering futility, since the invention of the wheel.

I prefer to concentrate on the first, and share my trove of logic and results
before the game morphs into a re-designed, compromised and devalued travesty of the original classic.
There are so many staking patterns relating to the single zero (French) wheel that every one of the thirty seven pockets is included in one or more of them.

Some of these patterns are familiar, such as 0-Spiel, Grand Series, Orphelins and Tierce, but these have limitations.
But, do you know about the Compass, EmBee, Clock, HotPot, Colt and Foreign?
Every 150 consecutive spins includes a logical profit  pattern.      ..............Ringmaster
« Last Edit: November 09, 2015, 10:37:26 AM by kav »


 

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Re: Highs and Lows for Roulette Pros.
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2015, 10:40:47 AM »
Welcome to the forum.

You make some good points indeed.
Here is a series of articles we posted about the roulette/gambler professional life. Mostly about the lows and requirements, to show that actually it not as fun as it seems.

The Roulette Professional series:
  1. Life in the casino
    We explore the practical problems, lifestyle limitations and health issue considerations of living as a roulette professional.
  2. The seven woes of the pro gambler
    Do you have the guts and determination to overcome Disappointment, Loss, Instability, Loneliness and much more?
  3. 7 rare personality traits of the professional player
    Do you have the character and abilities to be a professional gambler. It is not an easy job. Only the best need apply.
  4. Pro gambler advice: 8 problems and tips
    We talk about money issues, bad beats, losing streaks and loss of confidence.
  5. The positive aspects of losing
    Expect loss, learn from it and use it in your strategy. Loss is good. Do not fear failure. Be always ready to receive it.
 

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Re: Highs and Lows for Roulette Pros.
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2015, 01:21:58 AM »
Hi Kav, Here is a vital heads op for all devotees of the game, check the Cammegh site, paying particular attention to the Cammegh 360 RRS wheel, a diabolical little development to deter, dissuade and disenchant purist, innovative players etc.
This keeps up, the game will lose it's cachet and lustre very rapidly.
                                                              Later.........Ringmaster
 

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« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2015, 02:29:28 AM »
And some more info Airball-Rapid roulette
 

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« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2015, 04:13:31 AM »
Wow what a scary concept that modern technology could destroy our ability to work our advantage in roulette.
 

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« Reply #5 on: November 10, 2015, 09:51:31 AM »
After every kind of  ball starting device modern sensors can calculate or influence the outcome of the roulette.

This is also possible with live roulette on internet. What we see on our computers is only illusion.

I love the real roulette in my B&M casino. I believe that the connection between a real table and the roulette termilas are fair.

My Dutch Roulette tables are very suitable for all kinds of roulette devices.
 

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« Reply #6 on: November 10, 2015, 11:06:23 PM »


-Real
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« Reply #7 on: November 10, 2015, 11:09:36 PM »
@Dobbelsteen and Ryeth,

New hardware, like Cammegh's RRS sometimes provides APs with new and unique opportunities.  In other words, sometimes hidden flaws that can be exploited.  The sky isn't falling just yet.
 

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« Reply #8 on: November 11, 2015, 01:11:50 AM »
@Dobbelsteen and Ryeth,

New hardware, like Cammegh's RRS sometimes provides APs with new and unique opportunities.  In other words, sometimes hidden flaws that can be exploited.  The sky isn't falling just yet.
I had a look at the Cammegh site and it says the innovation of   RRS counters players USING HAND_HELD ELECTRONIC DEVICES which the AP advocates in this site DO NOT DO. so clearly ,they don't  consider you guys a threat .
Furthermore , if, as you guys claim, you use your TRAINED eyes to calculate rotor and ball speeds why does this pose a threat to you ? As I understood it , the ball speed does not change DURING the spin but only when the wheel is spun to the right .
Little wonder that you are unwilling to tell us what method you use .All you are doing is to point out what MIGHT be possible.
 

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« Reply #9 on: November 11, 2015, 04:01:01 AM »
Hi scepticus, my understanding of the 360 RRS electronics is that it varies rotor speed during the spin cycle. That is meant to confound the application of hand-held (and foot operated) Roulette Computer data, so that estimations are unreliable, and one seed of doubt will screw with those "accessory" users minds, even if it changed nothing. It does not even have to exist at all to scare some people. For instance, any movie buff who watched "The Sting" As long as live croupiers are spinning the ball, and I am in their physical presence, the ball will land somewhere, (eventually) and I will win or lose, according to Hoyle.    Later........Ringmaster.                               
 
 

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« Reply #10 on: November 11, 2015, 10:27:47 AM »
Hi scepticus, my understanding of the 360 RRS electronics is that it varies rotor speed during the spin cycle. That is meant to confound the application of hand-held (and foot operated) Roulette Computer data, so that estimations are unreliable, and one seed of doubt will screw with those "accessory" users minds, even if it changed nothing. It does not even have to exist at all to scare some people. For instance, any movie buff who watched "The Sting" As long as live croupiers are spinning the ball, and I am in their physical presence, the ball will land somewhere, (eventually) and I will win or lose, according to Hoyle.    Later........Ringmaster.                             
well Ringmaster, we can agree to disagree on whether or not the speed  alters DURING the spin but don't AP using electronic devices to  collect many samples to determine that the wheel is playable ? If the wheel changes from spin to spin then they would need to chart outcomes for Left Spin and the chart outcomes for Right spin.
If you are an AP  how many spins do you  collect to determine the fitness of the wheel ?
 

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« Reply #11 on: November 11, 2015, 11:11:52 AM »
     Hi Ringmaster,
             You have not yet given details of your method so I cannot make comments or  assess it's value. I can only repeat That the short term statistics that I use in my methods work side by side with the long term, theoretical, statistics that AP's use  in their attempts to invalidate my strategies.

        Fortunately I am able to wipe the slate clean between sessions. Only those occasions when a massive inbalance causes an unexpected and unstatistical regression impinges upon my play. With my basic information unreliable, I simply retire.
       These incidents are rare, and usually shortlived. The casino will still be there in a couple of days when the incident is long in the past.

  Why try to ride a tiger that will be back in it's cage shortly ?

              Harry
 

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Re: Highs and Lows for Roulette Pros.
« Reply #12 on: November 11, 2015, 11:40:48 AM »
 Morning Harryj, Methods (plural) is the word I would use, we never stop learning with this game, and it never stops leaning on us.
 
 

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« Reply #13 on: November 11, 2015, 11:46:14 AM »
Woops, had not finished. I am trying to condense every practical and efficient system that I have used, am others I am still working on, so patience please, however, if you need advance info or clarification send me an email, and you might find something useful in return                         Later......Ringmaster
 

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« Reply #14 on: November 11, 2015, 03:01:05 PM »
 Good afternoon Ringmaster,
                       I stand corrected. Although I only play one method at a time, I do have several others in reserve. There are also many more that I have used and dicarded along the way..

      The point I was trying to make is that it is pointless banging your head against a brick wall. If the table doesn't like you today. Go home and sulk. It's better than fighting the flow and ending up sh*t creek without a paddle.

       Harry