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Junscissorhands

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$5K a week
« on: January 31, 2018, 10:44:42 AM »
Jerome,

I wouldn't say rich. Around 5k a week.

Managed to buy myself a new Hulk submariner.

Don't really play for dimes and nickels.
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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2018, 10:22:27 PM »
Sam who says 5k a week is a fortune ? Apparently you've never been to the highrollers area, Macau as an example some of them bet every spin an average of 10.000/20.000 euro's, laid out all over the place.

the question was are you rich by now as posed by Jerome, i've said no. Winning 5k a week isn't necessary earning me a lifetime achievement award. I've had a few times winning 5k a day but even then it's nothing to brag about. My point was to pose that i am not talking junk or being a roulette keyboard warrior. You can win big and also lose big, there are no magical invincible roulette systems.

As pointed out by a lot of other people on the forum, a lot of players play as a hobby..on roulette simulator, RX or Parx but on forum they act like they are roulette legends/highrollers (especially players from the older generation) but when asked they play with low value chips or just do roulette simulations all the time or 0.10 cents etc.

Ask any of these system creators for proof of their big winnings/earnings, you will see you get zero, nada.

the only i've seen with pics of winnings (chips in hand or winning cash ticket) was Kimo Li.
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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2018, 11:33:23 PM »
I'm not sure you understood what I meant - I was saying my plan means the most I can lose is £108, you described this system as ultimately ending in players losing a fortune. I wasn't saying you think 5k a week is a fortune, I was saying if we listen to what you say then my loss of £108 is apparently a fortune. But if you can make 5k a week at the game then clearly that is a very small sum. Its also a small sum to me as I have a good job, obviously if I am able to make 5k a week at roulette consistently I would probably quit it, that's still a lot of money across a year, more than most jobs will pay. The high rollers you mention sound like they are wealthy people who gamble for fun - they can probably afford to lose those sort of sums and don't really care. If they are just scattering chips around the table they can't be pros making their fortune from the game, it must have come from somewhere else! I wish they were at my casinos though, I worry that if I regularly walk in and take £500-1000 off them I'll soon be 'noticed' and stopped in some way. With high rollers like that around though I wouldn't even register on the radar!
 
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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2018, 11:38:58 PM »
Obviously I could build up a nice BR then lose it but still be in overall profit. But that's where discipline comes in - its not my money until the whole game is complete, that's how to view it. I'm only interested in roulette if I can make more money from it than I can earn in a day job, so to me if I lose £2000 and walk away with £500 I wouldn't feel annoyed that I'd thrown away £2000, I'd still be happy I got something but more crucially I will know this system isn't for me long term.

I can't play until March but I will for sure update on here daily and if I do win big I will happily post a photo of the cash before I go to the bank with it. :D
 

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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #4 on: January 31, 2018, 11:50:20 PM »
The man who makes 5k on roulette a week is the same man who has discovered Charles Edward Hampshire's constant winning bet but is unable to share it with the rest of the forum.

 

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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #5 on: January 31, 2018, 11:59:53 PM »


Bedsit Botter, good job Sherlock Holmes ! Do you want a medal ?

Better to make 5k a week then to do simulations and trying to climb a virtual ladder. (TurboGenius?)
 

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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #6 on: February 01, 2018, 12:02:23 AM »

Bedsit Botter, good job Sherlock Holmes ! Do you want a medal ?

Better to make 5k a week then to do simulations and trying to climb a virtual ladder. (TurboGenius?)

No, I'd just like you to post the exact details of your method of playing.
 

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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #7 on: February 01, 2018, 12:05:36 AM »
(directed to Sam) There's no consistency, but to reach your target the bankroll and target ratio is the most important factor.

Most of the experienced players create systems but deep down inside they know the black swan aka jaws is waiting for them because they've probably won big and lost big in their younger agressive days. So for the rest of their lives they are producing system after system all prone to a bust after x amount of spins. But they do not dare to risk their money, therefore they miss out on the big win which is the starting bankroll needed to win consistent large amounts.

like 20k B/R and targeting a 1000 day-target.

@bedsit botter, i have played a variation of it CWB for a while, it was good while it lasted. Just like any other systems it busted. Since then i've abandoned all systems. Now i just use a mixture of VB, Global Pie Method, Dealer Sig. and past spins to see sector spikes. Most important is to make use of all your experiences and situations that you've encountered before and know what to avoid (ol'mistakes). Like i do use single dozen system, but not to place my bets on outside bets but inside numbers. There's a lot of variations and ways of play. Just need to be creative.

But trust me, play any system for a pro-longed period of time you will lose. Have been through all of that. But to those are persistent i wish you all the luck !

PS: I was a subject of Gambler's Fallacy, blindly believing in magical systems. It's never too late to wake up. Get out of the bloody Matrix.
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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #8 on: February 01, 2018, 12:56:44 AM »
Junxciss
If you use different methods  you don't have a winning method so stop patronising others. ...Because YOU have lost in the past does not mean that  others will always lose at some future date.Take your crystal ball elsewhere .
 

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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #9 on: February 01, 2018, 01:12:45 PM »
Junscissorhands,

so finally you admit publicly all you said on Duncan’s post about the CWB was a joke ?  I’m not here to be convinced cause i know already but its in your merrit to finally expose it today (and the fact the supposed system failed of course)

jerome
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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #10 on: February 02, 2018, 04:14:31 PM »
Scepticus noone cares or plays your 9 blocks either. The only one winning from it is you. You are writing countless amount of messages about your holy 9 bollocks. but trillions of years later and ten galaxies further.. who actually plays it ?

And what is the point you are trying to make with your system ? It's like you are writing a bible and saying that a god exists, but you're the only one who came in touch with the higher power.

And you win so much cash and you can't even maintain your fergusleeroulette site ?

PS: if you come out of the casino in a + you are a winner, winning roulette players use a variety of methods in order to win. Oh wait but not Fergus "nine-blocks"Lee, the messiah of roulette.

@Jerome, why ask rethorical questions ? Re-read my post.
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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #11 on: February 03, 2018, 04:25:24 AM »
Another of your stupid posts  Junior ! 
 

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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #12 on: February 03, 2018, 10:40:35 AM »
We are NOT very font of unproductive debates. Please let's just focus on the game.
From now on, posts directed to personalities instead of ideas, will be deleted.
Please feel free to use the report to moderator button.
Thanks.
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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #13 on: February 03, 2018, 04:28:33 PM »
kav
I was responding to a personal attack on me.
Trillions of years ?
10 galaxies further ?
I can't afford about  £20 per annum - per YEAR to pay for my site ?
By someone who claims to win K5 EVERY week .
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Re: $5K a week
« Reply #14 on: February 04, 2018, 02:40:11 PM »
Just stop, please. I think the whole forum have made their judgement on you and your nine blocks.

You know it better.

I respect you as a long term member of the roulette community but look at your scep's roulette strategies thread...pages and pages about what actually ? You keep posting and posting "yourself" trying to prove what ?

You are like Dobbelsteen, probably two roulette veterans with lots of playing experience but WAY too stubborn in their own worlds and it shows, open up.