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How did you discover roulette?
« on: February 23, 2018, 10:26:57 PM »
What made you choose roulette aside from all other games?
 
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Re: How did you discover roulette?
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2018, 11:05:13 PM »
1:35 payment on hit. You can be 30% right and still make money!!! What can be better?
 
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Re: How did you discover roulette?
« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2018, 07:14:42 AM »
Good question. There may be many players at a table but playing the game is a one man show. Bets placed by others do not influence your game. As MrP says, the payout although short is still an attraction.

Methods can be developed to play so in a way you are able to control your luck to a degree.

What's currently better; reading the roulette wheel or counting blackjack cards?
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Re: How did you discover roulette?
« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2018, 07:43:27 AM »
you don't choose roulette, roulette chooses you
 
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Re: How did you discover roulette?
« Reply #4 on: February 24, 2018, 08:16:16 AM »
Ha! That's a telling comment, Trilo. I'm largely in agreement. I believe most system creators are drawn to roulette not because they've done a careful investigation of various forms of speculation, and have concluded that out of all the various alternatives (trading stocks, poker, sports betting etc) roulette offers the offers the most potential in terms of return on investment. If they carried out such an impartial study, they would discover that roulette is way down on the list. No, they are attracted to roulette because it's fun, and seems to promise so many "possibilities", not least the elusive holy grail.
 
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Re: How did you discover roulette?
« Reply #5 on: February 24, 2018, 02:42:04 PM »
Fun? Yes, change rejoice. It may be the meaning of the whole wide universe in which TIME plays an important role. How old were we, when some uncle introduced us to roulette? I, for my part, was only a  sensitive teenager.

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Re: How did you discover roulette?
« Reply #6 on: February 24, 2018, 04:35:15 PM »
Hmmmmm

Well, maybe 20 years ago I was working at a games type of store. I knew NOTHING about the game of roulette. I thought the timing was great because roulette was about to be passed (through the governor) for our local casino. I got a couple books explaining payouts etc. and purchased a cheap wheel. I did not have a computer YET. I later went on to purchase two semi-expensive wheels.

Finally got a computer and joined as many message boards as I could find (lol). What a mistake that was.

Anyways, was slowly drifting away from using the wheels for practice. Was too slow and the roommate was going nuts as the ball is flying around at 3am.

Started practicing methods at Intercasino etc.
Started with a MARTY and *L*E*A*R*N*E*D* my way up the ladder. I was not stuck for YEARS!!!!

As to why roulette? The high payout, other peoples bets did not affect mine. It was me vs. the dealer.

I love the math of the game, the "what ifs". I learned a TON from others failing. The one thing I viewed over and over again.....the people betting on so many numbers were getting their a** kicked at a rapid pace. I did the opposite, I bet fewer numbers. So, things are going good.

As I have said before, pick a date, today, 2/24/18.

As of 2/24/19......my level of knowledge/experience/studies, overall NET profits should be a hair better !!  Roulette is not a casino game, its my LIFE.

If you stay relatively the SAME year after year, quit roulette as soon as possible. Perhaps take up BINGO or something?

Ken
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Re: How did you discover roulette?
« Reply #7 on: February 24, 2018, 05:08:29 PM »
Things dont changes to good, because of you start betting few numbers instead of many numbers, I think.
 

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Re: How did you discover roulette?
« Reply #8 on: February 24, 2018, 05:14:21 PM »
(imo) It gives you more wiggle room. Meaning? Lets say I am betting 3 numbers with a nice size BR.

As opposed to betting 12-24 numbers (cough) and a punk size BR. A few losses and BAM....time for you to head on home. I can go up and down for six hours straight and hang in there!! Catch a nice win streak and leave with a profit, even a small profit is ok.

You are very LIMITED betting on many numbers. I can wait you out while you are losing. You cannot wait me out.

Ken
 

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Re: How did you discover roulette?
« Reply #9 on: February 24, 2018, 06:13:49 PM »
Yes, but the guy, who is betting on many numbers, he has the same chance to catch a nice win streak, better possibility than you. You will have rather nice losing streaks, if you bet only 2-5 numbers, and the bankroll will go down slowly, yes, no fast, but slowly.

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Re: How did you discover roulette?
« Reply #10 on: February 24, 2018, 06:47:16 PM »
 We dont agree. Have a great day regardless.

Ken
 
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