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Blade Ghetto

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Amateur Player
« on: August 11, 2017, 05:09:19 PM »
Hello im new at forum...i play roulette about 3 year and always lose...i made some good bankrol but lose all at end...i think that system is bad only strategy can win game :D ...You forum is great i start to folow long ago but have problem with registration now im in hehehe ... Now i dont play but when i made some bankrol i start again but this time with more skill some time lose is good for teaching something new ...
Sorry on my english i dont speak very well
And i play at william hill casion maybe someone see me with nick BladeGhetto
 
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MrPerfect.

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Re: Amateur Player
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2017, 12:30:18 PM »
Hi, Blade and wellcome to the forum.
   Supplying your income with help of this game is not easy task. You could find some interesting systems for you to test, l sudjest paper test first.. 
   Or you could try to learn any form of advantage play, wich is not easy as well...
   In both cases you are on the right place.
I'm sorry for your loss of bank... but it was inevitable,  this game is for pro players only, independently of the side of the table you are at. To win you will need to achieve players edge ( positive expectation on your bets), besides achieving it, you will need to learn how to explore playing opportunities optimally and how to adjust for changing situations ( if you choose advantage play), or how to design your systems around the data you gather from particular wheel you gonna play ( if you are interested in systems)...
 
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Re: Amateur Player
« Reply #2 on: August 16, 2017, 09:33:23 PM »
Ty on welcome :D i try some system but most of  them are losing ... to win game you need time and experience ...but 3 year of playing is nothing you need minimum of 5 to 10 years to know something about game ...
And one more question can we make just +1 or +2 unit per session??? if we do it that we will beat game ...
 
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Re: Amateur Player
« Reply #3 on: August 17, 2017, 03:18:28 AM »
 Blade, truth is... not that much time need to spend to understand this game. 6 month maximum. You need to perform at least one full study of one roulette device, preferebly your own, with all balls you can get, video frame by frame, complete  multivariables profile ... All who understood this game, did simmilar study.
    Problem is, you need to study this game yourself. If you start to search in all that disinformation that is avaliable, chances are that 50 years in not enough. Players are very protective about their income. Most info avliable is simply garbage.
   Not the study itself is that difficult, but to know what to study.
 

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Re: Amateur Player
« Reply #4 on: August 17, 2017, 02:20:03 PM »
Blade there are two different kind of players and theories about roulette. I am a statistic player and I have done a lot of research about the random rows. Read my blog and you get a lot of information. A winning system does not exist.
 

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Re: Amateur Player
« Reply #5 on: August 17, 2017, 03:31:37 PM »


 Blade i will save you some time and teach you a work that you should use at all times when playing the game.
 RISK MANAGEMENT

 1) First you do is stop reading post about does who give hints about how they play.
 You will waste you time and energy and learn nothing and just go around in circels.

 2) Skip all post with one selection method and one progression, all does concept fail.
 So there is no need to read does topics as they will not teach anything and that is 90% of all post on this forum   board.

 3) Now this is not a hint - this is my advice from me to you and is about risk management.
 You have to come up with a way to keep you winnings and not lose them all back to the casino.
 My suggestion is that you look into different options of regression.
 Also look into how to use a hedge bet when playing roulette.
 Does two components is worth looking into.

 Cheers
 
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Re: Amateur Player
« Reply #6 on: August 17, 2017, 06:07:50 PM »
 Sputnik, could you please explain what " hedge bet" mean for you. Define it please.
 
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Re: Amateur Player
« Reply #7 on: September 05, 2017, 06:50:21 PM »
i also not lucky with roulette haha and I also keep playing it! Because i like so much So you are not alone. But anyway, good luck to you!!!
 

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Re: Amateur Player
« Reply #8 on: September 05, 2017, 07:46:34 PM »
@Sputnik:  Can you demonstrate an objective difference between two or several bet selection methods in how they relate to a particular random sequence?

I mean, why should one bet selection method be better at a certain time more than any other?

How can we compile a synergistic group of bet selections that function this way?