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Steve

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I'm adding this section as a place where I and others can offer accurate advice about roulette. Generally if you aren't an experienced player, you shouldnt be giving advice, but there are no restrictions or rules about this section. Anyone can help anyone. I'll be promoting this section soon so it will become populated soon enough. It is not intended to be a larger section like the main board - it focused on people looking for advice. Post the first question and win a free toaster! (not really)

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Proofreaders2000

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Why should we play Roulette with unfair payouts?  Would it not
be better if casinos offered no-zero Roulette with the fair payout?

(I still want the toaster :D  )

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Skakus

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Roulette advice from Skakus:

If you want to finish up with a small fortune playing roulette then make sure you start out with a large fortune.  :thumbsup:
A ship moored in the harbour is safe, but that's not what ships are made for.

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Very true Stakus in roulette $ makes $. :)

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maestro

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i do have question...say all payouts are not as they are,what means is straight number 36/1 and so on for dbl street 6/1   dozen 3/1 are we gonna win or will be same situation of losing :question:
Law of the sixth...<when you play roulette there will always be a moron tells you that you will lose to the house edge>

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Steve

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Proof, as far as i can see, the only possible points for a casino offering no zero in roulette are:

1. To draw people to their casino so players can lose on other games
2. There is still a house edge, and the game is RNG in which case they can set the edge to whatever they want.

If it is a real wheel and there is no zero, then for sure it is best to play. If there is no zero in RNG roulette, then it is likely nothing more than a gimmick and you have no better chance than usual.

Here you go:


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Steve

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maestro, for example if someone says "straight number pays 36 -1", they would be saying "if you win a straight number, you get 35 chips back plus your original bet of 1 unit, which is 36 units back in total". But the actual payout odds are still expressed as 35-1 in the terms most casinos use.

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Roulette advice from Skakus:

If you want to finish up with a small fortune playing roulette then make sure you start out with a large fortune.  :thumbsup:

--At least someone agree with my way.

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My guess is...Some did not  really get Skakus' joke...I think I did... :xd:

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Steve

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Well roulette is not the best way you'll find to make money unless you have ideal conditions. If you have difficult conditions, you will find it difficult of course. But it sure is a fun way to profit.

I reckon for every 1 player that profits consistently with roulette, there are probably 2000+ consistent losers. I don't mean people that occasionally win and are about even, or maybe a bit down. Because a bit down means the house edge has taken effect, even when you have been reasonably fortunate.

I'm sure there are also many people with systems they swear by, because they have won over around 10,000 spins... a lifetime of spins. And then there are the hundreds of others who use the same system but have lost, and think the system loses. Who's right? Consider them all together, and overall is the entire group up or down? Then you can better look at reality. My point is there will always be winners and losers, whether a system is legitimately effective in the long term or not. But if the system doesnt work, then the longer you play, the greater your chances of having lost.

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Proofreaders2000

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Does a larger/smaller ball change make a difference in Roulette? 

I understand it is a common countermeasure used.

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Why should we play Roulette with unfair payouts?  Would it not
be better if casinos offered no-zero Roulette with the fair payout?

(I still want the toaster :D  )

Hi Proofreaders!

Don't some casino offer it already? I remember seeing it advertised on some gambling forum some weeks ago, a shame I dont remember where exactly  :(

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A different ball changes a lot of things, so yes it makes a difference.
How will it change a 37 spin cycle
How do you win at roulette, simple, make the right decision

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      The Balls that make the most difference, are, essentially, the Balls you show by actually playing the game with real money, on a real table, and acknowledging the house rules.
All the myth and mystery in the world, and 007 Casino Royale movies, may entertain, but will not pay for the JAG, or that HONEY at the Bar, or Dinner.
But watch out for close-field electro-magnetics, and Teflon balls with tiny  iron-bead cores!

 

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