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Sigh....be nice...let's all be friends Smile
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Re-read Vandy's post.
Being nice in this case isn't really an option.
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Guess it just takes some people time to understand a "concept". Thinking "outside of the box" to beat a game is difficult for some people.

But, it is a shame that PM was sent.

Some poeple probably thought Ed Thorp was crazy and wrong.....bet they said that "each card was shuffled randomly, so how can you get an edge?"

But, don't worry, I still insist the world is flat. It does not look round to me so, it must be flat Smile Guess I have trouble with concepts too Smile
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Computers can beat it so all you need to be is as smart as a Computer.
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Some poeple probably thought Ed Thorp was crazy and wrong.....


One such person was John Scarne. He insisted for years that card-counting was a scam, and that it didn't work. Towards the end he flip-flopped in the face of overwhelming evidence and actually claimed to have created some early counting strategies.

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Can you test if any of these systems work without risking your money in the process? With Roulette I think you can but it costs you time. If you have to buy the system before you test it then you risk the outlay.
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On 2007-09-12 09:34, Masonogy1 wrote:
What is the BEST roulette system YOU use to win!? Simple question... CAN YOU ANSWER IT!!!?? Smile


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ROULETTE STAKING PLANS
AND HOW TO BREAK THE BANK


http://home2.btconnect.com/jmandjp/Trading/roulette.htm

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Here is another way to win at Roulette.....

ONLY make even money bets and play with a partner. But, don't let anyone know that you are partners. (ie. mixed race partnerships when one is well dressed and the other dresses poorly is good).

For example, one person bets red and the other bets black for the same dollar amount.

In this way, your bets will cancel each other out EXCEPT when 0 or 00 hit. (Try to find a single 0 game for better odds.)

Then one or both of you should hit the casino up for comps. Free hotel, food, shows, etc. So even though you will loose 2/38 spins of the wheel. You will get more than get your money's worth in comps.

You may even want to hit the casino up for airfare Smile
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Somebody with poor math skills and a low IQ might take you seriously. Smile Smile Smile
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I never said that I would do it....I just threw the idea on the wall to see if it would stick Smile

But mathematically, it's better than the Martingale system.
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Oh come on the Martingale with a unlimited bankroll and unlimited time may just get you even eventually LOL.

Yea go ahead think outside the box, but math is math guys. Sorry to break it to you but really now, think all you want outside the box, it catches up with you.
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But mathematically, it's better than the Martingale system.

One guy bets red, one guy bets black, $50.00 on each number equals $100.00 invested in each spin by the two partners.
No matter what color comes up, you never make back more than the $50.00 your partner just lost.
AND you risked it all with the 0/00 in play on EVERY spin.

It almost makes the Martingale look tempting Smile
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True Silver but I think the point is to get comps, ya know free stuff , not win.
You might lose some but make a profit in comps. Have you seen the film Hard Eight I think it was called?
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On 2007-09-23 20:16, Expertmagician wrote:
Here is another way to win at Roulette.....

ONLY make even money bets and play with a partner. But, don't let anyone know that you are partners. (ie. mixed race partnerships when one is well dressed and the other dresses poorly is good).

For example, one person bets red and the other bets black for the same dollar amount.

In this way, your bets will cancel each other out EXCEPT when 0 or 00 hit. (Try to find a single 0 game for better odds.)

Then one or both of you should hit the casino up for comps. Free hotel, food, shows, etc. So even though you will loose 2/38 spins of the wheel. You will get more than get your money's worth in comps.

You may even want to hit the casino up for airfare Smile

This also won't work as the action probably wouldnt be substantial enough to warrant the risk... remember, when green hits, you lose 100 bucks, but since theres 2 people, the comp system will recognize 2 50 dollar players...I think a better way would be to look for the busiest table, hand in your players card and buy in for a big amount, but not too big that it will attract attention, then bet around 100 bucks on the outside so that your avg bet will be marked at 100 a spin by the supervisor, then when the dealer spins, you can remove your bet and walk away and hope the supervisor doesn't notice, because your time will be running at 100 dollar avg. and depending on how heavy the action on the table stays, you could be collecting comps for up to 1 hour until the relief sup shows up... sometime even longer if you have the clueless incompetent supervisors, that is becoming more abundant in casinos..
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On 2007-09-23 20:16, Expertmagician wrote:
Here is another way to win at Roulette.....

ONLY make even money bets and play with a partner. But, don't let anyone know that you are partners. (ie. mixed race partnerships when one is well dressed and the other dresses poorly is good).

For example, one person bets red and the other bets black for the same dollar amount.

In this way, your bets will cancel each other out EXCEPT when 0 or 00 hit. (Try to find a single 0 game for better odds.)

Then one or both of you should hit the casino up for comps. Free hotel, food, shows, etc. So even though you will loose 2/38 spins of the wheel. You will get more than get your money's worth in comps.

You may even want to hit the casino up for airfare Smile


Wouldn't it be cheaper to find good airfare to Las Vegas in the first place?

I love the "systems" people have. You and Jason make me laugh really. The 00 and the 0 really make your plan a guaranteed LOSER actually. Not a winner.

I direct this at nobody, but I have to wonder what is the percentage of those who post who have actually been in a casino. It seems pretty small to me when such obvious things are missed.
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Over here we only have one zero. I find it amazing that anyone would play the game with two. I find it amazing anyone plays it with one!
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What is worse is that vegas now has some casinos paying Blackjack off with 6 to 5 odds vs. 3 to 2 odds.

Guess they want to suck the blood out of people who don't understand math :-(
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Get yourself a house, that's the move.

I mentioned this before but I know a lawyer who was a real intelligent fella and he lost millions at roulette and ended up in jail. When I said to him, he of all people must know that you can't win at that game, he said; "Every one has a weakness and mine is roulette." Smile
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