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carvigno

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Re: Roulette tournaments
Mar 30, 01:39 PM 2021
Well, you can have the last words.
No way i keep on discussing this subject.
Good luck at the tables. ::)
Cheers.

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Ares289

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Re: Roulette tournaments
Mar 30, 02:05 PM 2021
If you don't want to continue the discussion, it's no problem! :)

Cheers.


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Re: Roulette tournaments
Mar 30, 09:05 PM 2021
Hello!!
In which casino are these tournaments?
It sounds interesting and I would be happy to sign up, to see where I could find myself among the best.
Players from Spain can play?

Hector

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FreeRoulette

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Re: Roulette tournaments
May 09, 10:38 PM 2021
If they had a casino tournament in a live casino, if the buy in was low, then I would play for fun and probably try things that I would never normally do. I don't think a professional roulette player would win the tournament because they don't play for a billion dollars, they seem to aim for consistency playing for small wins over a short time and moving on.
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Taotie

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Re: Roulette tournaments
May 10, 03:14 AM 2021

I've played in these live tournaments at b&m casinos. They are a lot of fun, and work in round robin format.  You must win your heats to progress to each new round or finals.

The goal is not to prove a point or grow a bankroll, it's to win prize money.

In the end most tournaments I've been involved in end up more of a poker match than a roulette game.

The closing stages of the tournament becomes very strategic. If you're behind you must throw caution to the wind and bet as late as possible in an attempt to make a big win without your opponent mimicking the bet. If you're well in front with only a handful of spins remaining then you mimic your opponents bets as much as possible to stay in front and claim the prize.

Win or lose, it's good fun.

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FreeRoulette

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Re: Roulette tournaments
May 10, 04:24 PM 2021
Its you against one other person in a final roulette tournament for a million dollars. You each get 1,000 chips with no buy in. The wheel will spin 100 times. The player with the most money at the end wins, in the event of a tie, no one wins. There is one wheel, you are each in a separate room on a table by yourself. For this match, there are no table limits and you will not get to know the other players chip amount until the end. What is your strategy?
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Re: Roulette tournaments
May 11, 06:59 AM 2021
I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.

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FreeRoulette

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Re: Roulette tournaments
May 11, 09:12 AM 2021
I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.
Okay, spill the beans
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