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# Anyone with ideas on red black at roulette?

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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.

Counting wouldn't work at all against a shuffling machine.  (Well maybe with a ridculously huge bet spread, but that's basically irrelevant because it's practically impossible)

You don't need a massive bankroll to play blackjack, just a big one if you want to do it professionally.  Professionally meaning that you do it as a sole source of income, so you can't afford to lose the bankroll.

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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...

I have an analystical program for Roulette in Excel. It combines spreadsheetfunctions and VBA.
With my experience as croupier and player, I notice several differences in sequences that some call the permanence.

When the game is too obvious, it might happen that an inspector or pit boss is switching the dealer.
I will try some legal online gaming during the summer.

10 times a column in a row, that is possible. Somehow players manage to lose their winnings when they raise the bet up to the maximum.

I don't really need a computer to play roulette. Some casinos have computer panels at the table, LOL.

I played the American wheel on a machine. It would be interesting to see the differences.

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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

31 to 36 are the last six, les six derniers. You can play that with one chip on the side, transversale simple.
The finest game would be to play straight on the numbers all the time.

I once saw a law student in Brussels playing 17 only for cents for two hours on the roulette machine.
Many players have favourite numbers.

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Counting wouldn't work at all against a shuffling machine.  (Well maybe with a ridculously huge bet spread, but that's basically irrelevant because it's practically impossible)

You don't need a massive bankroll to play blackjack, just a big one if you want to do it professionally.  Professionally meaning that you do it as a sole source of income, so you can't afford to lose the bankroll.

I would play every day, if I would be sure to win 30 every day average. That is 30*30=900 a month above income, and tax free. You need nerves to do that!

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Yes, like RBZ, red, black, zero, for example.
Might be a remote viewing technique, or just gambling.

Parlaying streaks is just a method of play used in any game with an even money payoff. It won't beat the house edge in the long run, but it's possible to make a small profit in a short term if the player is smart enough to leave the table.

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 Posted: June 1, 2012, 12:23 pm - IP Logged

31 to 36 are the last six, les six derniers. You can play that with one chip on the side, transversale simple.
The finest game would be to play straight on the numbers all the time.

I once saw a law student in Brussels playing 17 only for cents for two hours on the roulette machine.
Many players have favourite numbers.

On American Roulette tables by betting 2 sixes (7-12 and 25-30) and the zero/double zero split, you're covering 7 consecutive number slots on two opposite sides of the wheel. To equalize the bets, put 3 chips on each of the sixes and 1 on the split and the payoff  always 18 chips.

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 Posted: June 1, 2012, 12:39 pm - IP Logged

I would play every day, if I would be sure to win 30 every day average. That is 30*30=900 a month above income, and tax free. You need nerves to do that!

Counting cards cannot give you sure income, because of the nature of gambling.  It does shift the edge to the player if done properly.  You have to find the best playing conditions and actually be proffecient in basic strategy, counting ability and strategy changes based on the count, along with being able to bet big when the count warrants it and sustain the bad losses that will probably happen on some of your days.

And at the end of it all, you've got to pay your taxes as well.  All of these barriers have so far prevented me from making money counting so far, but I also haven't risked any yet.  I'm just practicing.

30 dollars a day average, though, is very realistic.  You wouldn't even need a big bankroll to try to achieve that, but you'd have to practice the game and have it down perfectly first.

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 Posted: June 1, 2012, 2:54 pm - IP Logged

the problem is can you stop to play when you make 30 dollars and go home

if you can do it,you are gamble for living

we  can not  beat the house because there is always a limit

if any one can find any game with50/50 no limits

and you have a bankroll,and you are always the winner depend how much you want to win by day

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 Posted: June 2, 2012, 6:27 am - 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...

There is a probability for this.

You seem to be sure, are you referring to some only casino?

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 Posted: June 2, 2012, 6:34 am - IP Logged

the problem is can you stop to play when you make 30 dollars and go home

if you can do it,you are gamble for living

we  can not  beat the house because there is always a limit

if any one can find any game with50/50 no limits

and you have a bankroll,and you are always the winner depend how much you want to win by day

There is a thought that goes like this:

I go play and eventually double my money.
If I want to, I keep playing, but I must leave with 130% or more of my initial bankroll.

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 Posted: June 2, 2012, 1:03 pm - IP Logged

I have no idea what you were attempting to say, topnail.

But no, even if you found a game with no house edge and betting limits, it won't make you a winner.  It won't give you an edge.

The only way to have an edge is for the average expected return to swing in the PLAYERS favor, which is only possible in a few games.

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 Posted: June 2, 2012, 4:20 pm - IP Logged

Boney526

make sure there is no house limit and you have the bankroll to rock

Triple up after your first hand lost.............. till you win

the more hand you lost and the more you win

that is the way i m make money from sports book

take the good team are better change

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make sure are triple every hand after lost not double

double it dont make you much

if you win then back to normal like your first hand bet

that make sense

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 Posted: June 2, 2012, 4:28 pm - IP Logged

That's a sure way to lose a lot if you get a little losing streak.

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that is what i say you need to have bankroll to win it

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