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# Anyone with ideas on red black at roulette?

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Anyone with ideas on red black play at roulette?

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I am thinking about play that at the Casino.    2,19,55,      5,28,71

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That's 0 to 36.

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Anyone with ideas on red black play at roulette?

I saw players parlaying their initial bet trying for a streak of 3 or 4 in a row; betting $10 to win$70 or $150. The same can be done by betting odd/even or high/low. Tennessee United States Member #2369 September 23, 2003 3041 Posts Offline  Posted: May 31, 2012, 12:08 pm - IP Logged Anyone with ideas on red black play at roulette? Play the same color until it changes; you are always looking to play the trend in roulette. Most people walk up to table and see 5 reds in a row and bet black; the correct bet would be red..... "As Quoted by the Genius One:" "Life i$ Good "

 I FEEL LUCKY 

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The correct bet is 0 dollars on anything.

Actually the "correct" bet is to bank the game.  No player can overcome the 5.26% house edge (on American Roulette) without exploiting exetreme wheel bias, which is unlikely to exist in any serious casino.  And finding bias to a 99% confidence level takes (if I remember correctly) 20000 recorded spins.

Every spin is independent of every other spin.  They are not related.  NO BETTING SYSTEM CAN BEAT IT, but it's house edge is far, far, lower than the states' Pick 3, so if you're going to play one or the other go for Roulette.  But remember that the edge is applied every spin, so after ten spins at 10 dollars each, you expect to lose about $5.26. (This is an average, so depending on what you bet and how the results play out, you will deviate from this, obviously) If you spend 10 dollars on the Pick 3, you're expected loss is$5.

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I saw players parlaying their initial bet trying for a streak of 3 or 4 in a row; betting $10 to win$70 or $150. The same can be done by betting odd/even or high/low. Yes, like RBZ, red, black, zero, for example. Might be a remote viewing technique, or just gambling. Station C:\somewhere\in\space\time Fiji Member #123705 February 27, 2012 2213 Posts Offline  Posted: May 31, 2012, 5:07 pm - IP Logged Play the same color until it changes; you are always looking to play the trend in roulette. Most people walk up to table and see 5 reds in a row and bet black; the correct bet would be red..... This mathematically is ending in a loss of 3% average. It might work on random.org, but then in fact, random.org gives a non mathematical random. Station C:\somewhere\in\space\time Fiji Member #123705 February 27, 2012 2213 Posts Offline  Posted: May 31, 2012, 5:17 pm - IP Logged The correct bet is 0 dollars on anything. Actually the "correct" bet is to bank the game. No player can overcome the 5.26% house edge (on American Roulette) without exploiting exetreme wheel bias, which is unlikely to exist in any serious casino. And finding bias to a 99% confidence level takes (if I remember correctly) 20000 recorded spins. Every spin is independent of every other spin. They are not related. NO BETTING SYSTEM CAN BEAT IT, but it's house edge is far, far, lower than the states' Pick 3, so if you're going to play one or the other go for Roulette. But remember that the edge is applied every spin, so after ten spins at 10 dollars each, you expect to lose about$5.26.  (This is an average, so depending on what you bet and how the results play out, you will deviate from this, obviously)  If you spend 10 dollars on the Pick 3, you're expected loss is $5. I wouldn't bet on an American wheel, because of 2/37 bank advantage against 1/37 for traditional wheels. The expectancy for roulette is 97%, for a pick 3 it is 50%, for keno it is around 48% here. I wouldn't dare putting roulette in a bad light! Some say that bj is better, you win some, you lose some. Spins are related as in a sequence. You have to consider the circumstances. I once played 420 spins with the same first bankroll. New Jersey United States Member #99034 October 18, 2010 1439 Posts Offline  Posted: May 31, 2012, 6:14 pm - IP Logged I wouldn't bet on an American wheel, because of 2/37 bank advantage against 1/37 for traditional wheels. The expectancy for roulette is 97%, for a pick 3 it is 50%, for keno it is around 48% here. I wouldn't dare putting roulette in a bad light! Some say that bj is better, you win some, you lose some. Spins are related as in a sequence. You have to consider the circumstances. I once played 420 spins with the same first bankroll. 2/38, not 2/37, but your point is taken. European roulette, when compared to lottery has a lower house edge. (about 20X lower!) Blackjack, when played by basic strategy with decent rules has between a .25-.5% house edge. Counting cards can actually swing blackjack in the players favor. That's why I wouldn't play roulette, because I can go to a Blackjack table, count the cards and bet when the odds favor me, rather than the house. Connecticut United States Member #61623 May 29, 2008 18062 Posts Offline  Posted: May 31, 2012, 6:19 pm - IP Logged 21 23 or 27 "...Life is not a matter of holding good cards,but sometimes playing a poor hand well... 'Fortune Cookie wisdom' Station C:\somewhere\in\space\time Fiji Member #123705 February 27, 2012 2213 Posts Offline  Posted: May 31, 2012, 8:24 pm - IP Logged 2/38, not 2/37, but your point is taken. European roulette, when compared to lottery has a lower house edge. (about 20X lower!) Blackjack, when played by basic strategy with decent rules has between a .25-.5% house edge. Counting cards can actually swing blackjack in the players favor. That's why I wouldn't play roulette, because I can go to a Blackjack table, count the cards and bet when the odds favor me, rather than the house. Counting cards will not help much with the shuffle machine, I think. You need a bigger bankroll to play BJ. At roulette you can do with 4 to 5 chips if you don't lose the first rounds. ny,ny United States Member #111567 May 28, 2011 739 Posts Offline  Posted: May 31, 2012, 8:40 pm - IP Logged red /black high/low and odd/even when reach 4 in a row "usually"DO switch . never chase in roulette. not worth it, ther are three 50/50 games going on. and the switch after 4 happens faster than a single game. (if you dont beleive write a proram that maps the trends and using random number generation in the roulette set of numbers and watch the magic) used in conjucntion with "the 1-12/13-24/36 columns and 1,2,3 rows help narrow down for less bets & more wins. rows and columns "usually" stick to no trend, which means no first column then again firstcolumn, also bet on 0& 00 on any time you bet, .... if your in manhattan private message me . wrote an android app just for this... atlas shrugged. Mcminnville, Oregon United States Member #3013 December 13, 2003 2082 Posts Offline  Posted: May 31, 2012, 8:49 pm - IP Logged I won$375 playing 31,32,33,34,35,36 at $5 each and getting a hot streak on the roulette wheel at the casino. I like roulette but I play slots more. Good luck!-weshar75 P.S. I seen a guy win over$900 on playing the number 17 over and over again for $20 or more there were a lot of chips on that number because his friend playing it too and it came in back to back on the wheel.-weshar75 Zeta Reticuli Star System United States Member #30470 January 17, 2006 8419 Posts Online  Posted: May 31, 2012, 11:49 pm - IP Logged A very attractive woman is watching a hi-roller playing roulette and he has quite a few chips in front of him. He notices her and gives her a$100 one and says, "Bet this on your age, I have a feeling it's going to hit." She puts it on 26. The ball lands on 36 and she passes out.

Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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