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Re: What data is useful to collect
« Reply #30 on: May 18, 2018, 12:53:24 PM »
Hi Well i dont know how to work out average expectations on a -EV game other than if i wager £1000 on a session i expect to lose that session £27 I can only go on what my results are.

Currently this year i tend to lose 1-2 sessions out of 10 all the others I would either meet target or exceed it.

However I will settle for a lower than target if its a struggle and have come back from negative.

The great thing about roulette is that there is a zillion ways to play it and everyone has methods they like or play with. Im just always happy with any month that hasn't shown a loss, which alas has been 1 month already this year.

Whether im a fool or not i still believe roulette can be profitable and has been for me for the past few years, just a shame i get a bit weak with the slots and give them some back.

I have a friend that does massive low risk bets ( generally just one a day! ) and can make as much as £3000 a month his target is £2000 a month but i would never have the balls to play his way. I have seen his bank statements so know his profits are legit, so if online was truely rigged how is he managing to be that lucky?

 

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Re: What data is useful to collect
« Reply #31 on: May 18, 2018, 05:39:24 PM »
Probably he knows something he do not tell you, or positive variance. ... difficult to say without looking to betting history. 
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Re: What data is useful to collect
« Reply #32 on: May 18, 2018, 11:02:23 PM »
He does risky bets  i been round there when he does it

£100 on numbers etc, covers most the wheel bar about 5

one spin sometimes 2 and then quits