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Steve

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
May 22, 06:48 PM 2020
Moxy, what i say is not personal. Im actually trying to help you and others. Im sometimes blunt because it helps people understand.

Hector, the video at the top explains some background about me and what i do. I have a variety of technology but my focus is www.roulette-computers.com

I've been doing it a long time and am on the verge of moving on. If it was all about money, id continue. Im already comfortable. I just have other goals.

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Moxy

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
May 22, 06:52 PM 2020
Moxy, what i say is not personal. Im actually trying to help you and others. Im sometimes blunt because it helps people understand.

Hector, the video at the top explains some background about me and what i do. I have a variety of technology but my focus is www.roulette-computers.com

I've been doing it a long time and am on the verge of moving on. If it was all about money, id continue. Im already comfortable. I just have other goals.

For that I thank you.  My wording may have been a tad accusatory when I was just trying to be emphatic on my original statement.



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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 13, 01:04 AM 2020
This person is a scammer robitoth50@gmail.com.. Not deal anything with him. He has youtube channel where he posts videos of his winning.
How he scam is to charge fee and then give them fake bot files and that time time he try to sell his botcoin(hope that will be also scam) and also some fees for configuration.if you see his channel, everything looks fine .Just adding here .Any one need proof, I can give thansk.

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 13, 02:11 AM 2020
This person is a scammer robitoth50@gmail.com.. Not deal anything with him. He has youtube channel where he posts videos of his winning.
How he scam is to charge fee and then give them fake bot files and that time time he try to sell his botcoin(hope that will be also scam) and also some fees for configuration.if you see his channel, everything looks fine .Just adding here .Any one need proof, I can give thansk.

He is one  of the worst scammer ever,like Adrian Buzan..This is his channel now: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC85EZVG-w0EZOSicGkEzHbg
previous channel already banned. Very easy to see how to cheat. He "professional" programmer,and edited his videos,but every people
who have little brain clearly see that,there is the problem :) THe chips are not in the central,and the racetrack size also not normal.

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 13, 02:32 AM 2020

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 15, 05:17 PM 2020
Are we then to conclude that a HG is an impossibility? That it is impossible to develop and/or discover one? And what is the definition of a HG system?
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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 16, 07:09 AM 2020
Are we then to conclude that a HG is an impossibility? That it is impossible to develop and/or discover one? And what is the definition of a HG system?

Here is the HG. "Bet big when you are doing good, bet small any other time."  It's as old as the hills and still is the best strategy.
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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 16, 01:55 PM 2020
Tip to avoid scams: don’t buy anything roulette, gambling, or money related, ever!!!! The genuine information is usually available for free.

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 16, 03:33 PM 2020
Here is the HG. "Bet big when you are doing good, bet small any other time."  It's as old as the hills and still is the best strategy.
Don't you have the same probability to start doing bad as soon as you raise your bet?

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 16, 03:50 PM 2020
what is the definition of a HG system?
A HG system has to win at least 1% more sessions and money than losing sessions and losses, otherwise you don't make enough money to cover expenses. Nah, the HG is whatever you want it to be, assuming the player at least has a positive ev. Even a 1% advantage can make a fortune if you are betting very large. After all, people play blackjack professionally, and they don't have a huge advantage, right?

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 16, 04:28 PM 2020
A HG system has to win at least 1% more sessions and money than losing sessions and losses, otherwise you don't make enough money to cover expenses. Nah, the HG is whatever you want it to be, assuming the player at least has a positive ev. Even a 1% advantage can make a fortune if you are betting very large. After all, people play blackjack professionally, and they don't have a huge advantage, right?

Finally there is a person who gets it. You are 100% right, hence why the only way to beat roulette is to increase the accuracy of predictions. And you only need a slight accuracy, to change the EV from -2.7% to +

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 16, 09:53 PM 2020
I'm assuming that even a small advantage, say .25% could make a fortune due to the fact that casinos don't worry about professional roulette players, at least not openly. Also, if you are using something like precognition, I just don't see you getting banned unless you are killing the casino for hours on end, because even naturally (with a negative ev) people go through bizarre winning streaks.

A .25% advantage gives $12.50 per spin per $5,000 bet. This would net about $1,000 per hour. Not bad, huh?

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 17, 12:07 PM 2020
I'm assuming that even a small advantage, say .25% could make a fortune due to the fact that casinos don't worry about professional roulette players, at least not openly. Also, if you are using something like precognition, I just don't see you getting banned unless you are killing the casino for hours on end, because even naturally (with a negative ev) people go through bizarre winning streaks.

A .25% advantage gives $12.50 per spin per $5,000 bet. This would net about $1,000 per hour. Not bad, huh?

Even players who use very old AP methods on specific wheels (with proper conditions) such as dealer's signature, can easily get a 5% edge. With precognition - an intermediate precog player in my guess could easily get 10%. An advanced precog player could go a LOT higher.

And I agree, the advantage of using precognition, is that it would be a lot harder for casinos to ban you - it looks very much like a lucky win streak.

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Jul 17, 12:57 PM 2020
Guess some of you have seen Manevra roulette videos, has done some big wins, has scammed a few people also.

An expose vid.

t=14s

He edits his videos to make them look like winners.


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