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Quote from: roulettefanAsterix, we need to talk. You're bringing us back to these ancient roulette books. Listen, I'm as French as they come, and I've been immersed in roulette games for over 35 years. I've got a library of these old-time books at home, stuff you can't find anywhere else.But let's be clear: most of these books are junk. The authors? Either charlatans or swindlers. They sold this stuff for a fortune, preying on people's naivety. And now, in the computer age, all these methods are just trash. They're worthless.These books were just a way to milk money from suckers. Today, with a bit of common sense and a computer, you quickly realize that these methods are outdated, ineffective. We've all been duped at some point, but now it's time to open our eyes.So, Asterix, thanks for the memory, but honestly, these books are ancient history, and not the good kind. We've moved on, the game has moved on, and clinging to these relics is just self-deception.
QuoteThere is an entertaining book in Londonwith the title "Romans about Monte Carlo". It forms alarger work, and its author is Charles Kingston, who works at Veterans!!.Who knew the famous casino exactly and had been watching it for decades. Was able to collect a lot of material. OneThe most interesting chapter in the book is that which talks about the people. who "broke the bank." There weren't many of them.But the experiences of these few and the methods they used are of course extremely exciting. The two most famous bank breakers were both English. and Kingston was able to talk to them himself. The one ofTheir name was Charles Wells. He came to Monte Carlo on a July day in 1897 with 4,000 pounds in his pocket, which represented the first entry in a series of forgeries committed in England. Nobody would have noticed this insignificant and uninteresting man. if his ordinary nature in speech and demeanor had not drawn attention to him. On the third afternoon. Since he played in the casino, the interest in him became stronger.because he broke the bank no less than twelve times. It wasn't that big of an achievement, though. to break the bank.writes Kingston in his book. as the mere communication of the fact that has happened suggests; this happened every time. if Wells won 100,000 francs. With a sum of this amount, the croupiers begin their day's work, and when the amount is used up, messengers are sent to the cashier. so that a new shipment can start again. All the guests in the casino became more and more interested in the lucky player. and British lords and Spanish grandees alike enjoyed it. to invite him to your festivities. He explained to them his system, which he described as infallible and which he claimed was based on mathematical calculations which he had discovered by chance while dealing with several experiences. In fact and in truthHowever, only a phenomenal luck smiled on him, and this luck deserted him completely when he returned to Monte Carlo a year later on his ekg steam yacht. And then it wasn't long before he was transferred to "old-Baileh", the one in the city Seat of the London Central Criminal Court, sentenced to eight years in prison for forgery and fraud. He has Kingston admitted to him that in the first year he played for profit and loss, while the following year he played according to his "system"went ahead and — lost. This is how the words of the bank's founder, the old François Blanc, came true: Whoever the bank today blows up, will be blown up by her again tomorrow.
QuoteThe mechanic Jaggers from Yorkshire was smarter than Wells. His system wasn't built on the rules about average like most others.He used the only sensible method - this can now be betrayed without risk, because it is inapplicable today.Jaggers was a skilled mechanic, and during the many years he dealt with the finest and most delicate machineshe had come to the conclusion that an imperfect man could not produce a perfect machine;his discovery was now gone. that the roulette wheel has pivots. And when he came to Monte Carlo, he had six helpers write out all the numbers every day. who came out at the six gaming tables; then he analyzed the figures of these numbers, and five weeks later he had worked out his system. which aimed to base the game on the weakest point of roulette. The small irregularities on the cylinder helped him succeed. Although Jaggers only had a very small amount of capital at his disposal, he still played with hisHelpem almost constantly with luck. Four days of "work" earned him around £60,000. The casino's most skilled and reliable supervisors were called upon. and to monitor his game. but they could do nothingdiscover; they explained. He doesn't use any of the systems known in the casino. They now closed. to change the roulettes. andnow Jaggers lost two-thirds of his winnings. But he soon figured it out. what had happened on the gaming machine, and now he recently won 70,000 pounds. If he had been able to continue in the same style for a year. so he would have ruined the casino. Meanwhile, the management of the gaming halls notified the roulette manufacturers. These manufacturers soon discovered Jagger's secret; on the grand scale of their considerationsthey came to the conclusion. that it was possible. to work against the system.that movable components were inserted between the numbers of the wheel. and they had the work done immediately. After Jaggers lost £5,000,he saw. that he was overcome. But he was a clever man, and so he did not hesitate to move away from Monte Carlo with a profit of 65,000 pounds or 1,625,000 F.It is claimed. After that, he never set foot in a gaming hall again.
QuoteGeneral Ludendorff one day won 150,000 francs, but Sarah Bernhardt lost a million. André Citroen broke the bank three times in one evening.
Quoteat the bac table there are fewer entertainers. Mr. Citroën is content to pass, sighing, between the tables. He only plays mentally. Mrs. Citroën has a blond smile in her black dress.Suddenly we wake up. An Austrian that no one knows, a Mr. Simon Salleis, suddenly plays a Banco of seventy notes. Mr. Louis Bréguet remains there. And naturally, once again fortune favors the bold, The unknown Austrian withdraws without a word a wad of banknotes to make jealous all those who gain nothing through the sweat of the brow, to justify all revolutions, have never hadn't seen that in a long time.But the unknown Austrian did not stop there. he took twelve tickets won at baccarat and placed them on a number on the roulette table. Then he returned triumphantly to continue his happy streaks at the bac. While he was drawing nines, at roulette his twelve tickets had produced babies on their own by spontaneous generation or by automatism, and happiness never comes alone.the proof, Mr. Rénier justified, that roulette is not an intelligent game is that it is in no way necessary to play it yourself to win. It's a machine.The prettiest women immediately surrounded the unknown Austrian. But he ended up believing that the unknown Austrian did not like pretty women, because he did not choose any to share his happiness.There are several ways to lose money at roulette: First there is the learned gentleman, who uses mathematics, "statistics, zero probability laws and a system which does not manage to have a winning number.There is the jaded and the resourceful who, betweenmonstrous figures like stock market quotations, admits: Me. I always put it on red, I have a secret And there is the one who consults sleepwalkers and who got the wrong magnetic current. There is the one who, having them closed, sticks a pin in the little paper given to her, trusts in chance and loses again.But the only truly sure way to win at roulette or at bacara is to play with other people's money.We associate ourselves with a rich gentleman. He advances the bets. If we lose, you have nothing to do with it. If we win, we claim half of the profits, as an associate.it is the sporting method used by all pretty women who are not used to providing for their own expenses.What is not in the shade is the little Normandy sun. He competes unfairly at roulette. While the pretty women were innocently watching the arrival of the London-Deauville plane, this little sun distributed. tans on the nose. blows on the buttocks, blisters on the shoulders. And the society columnists, who had already announced "that the hale would do less this year were well caught.But, out of spite, the society columnists began to learn how to play roulette....\shadow, naturally.Maryse CHOISY.
QuoteGARCIAIN FRONTPUBLIC OPINIONByLOUIS GERDEBATKNIGHT OF THE ROYAL ORDER OF ISABELLA THE CATHOLICPARISBOOKSTORE E. LACHAUD, PUBLISHER 4, PLACE DU THEATRE FRANCAIS,1874FOREWORDIn 1859, I had the honor of being introduced to Mr. Tomas Garcia Cortes, a Spanish nobleman, formerly famous in the spa towns of Germany and for whom the whole world had its day of admiration, by my excellent friend Andres Borrego, one of the most eminent people of Spain, not only aspolitician, but also as a writer.If today I am allowed to raise my voiceand to make a few words heard in favor of hiscompatriot Garcia, to whom he also dedicated a friendshipsincere and deep, it is to him that I owe it; It isthanks to notes that he kindly communicated to meabout our mutual friend, that I was able to write this shortbut true pleading.Through my personal reports and through interviewsthat I had with Mr. Garcia, I was able to judge his honestyhonesty, his generosity, his modesty and hisprofound disinterestedness. Also, I did not hesitate, asingle moment, to put before the eyes of the public the linesfollowing, which summarize the whole truth about this perfectgentleman, on this good man.Louis GERDEBAT.GARCIAIN FRONTPUBLIC OPINIONThe man whose defense we are undertaking has announced himself to the world in a resounding and even romantic manner.At a fairly recent time, German newspapers,reproduced by all organs of the European press,were filled with articles that can be summarized with these words:"A great emotion is occurring at the moment in"the spa towns of Germany. A fearless man"travels through all the banks in triumph and attracts"the attention of everyone through boldness and loyalty"of his game. The bank of Hombourg altered in his honor"neur the rules of its institution and carried 12,000 francs"at 60,000 francs the maximum bets. »Shortly afterwards we read in the same newspapers:"The Frankfurt public flocks to admire the"courage and composure of Mr. Garcia. He just removed"TWO MILLION in the bank in a few days.We make this declaration for the interest of the said Garcia and we hope that it will be of all use to him.Please accept, etc.Signed: GIRONA et Cie. »The banking house Jean Goll et fils, from Frankfurt, expresses itself as follows:"We hereby certify that Mr. Tomas Garcia, of Ricla, has done considerable business with our company and that his conduct towards us has always, without exception, been perfectlyhonest and loyal.Frankfurt am Main, April 9, 1864.Signed: Jean GOLL and son. »One of the most honorable and solid houses ofbank of Paris, the house of Marcuard, André et fils, written toGarcia:" Sir,a At your request and to pay homage to the truth, we acknowledge that you were accredited to us in 1858,for a large sum by a very honorable banking house in Barcelona and that, from then until 1862, our account gave rise to considerable transactions in which you always showed yourself to be perfectly punctual and loyal.Signed: MARCUARD, ANDRÉ and Cie.Paris, September 12, 1864."Finally, in his native city he enjoys general esteem and consideration. Let us let the mayor of this city have his say, who lists the land properties that Mr. Garcia owns there and the tax rate that he pays to the public treasury.I, the undersigned, Don Pedro Romeo, mayor of the city of Ricla,certifies that Tomas Garcia Cortès, native and domiciled in this city, is registered in the land register as the owner of sixteen housesand eighteen rural properties, on which he pays taxes, byyear, the sum of two thousand piastres (10,600 francs), according to what results from the registers of the last year kept in the town hall.And, so that the above facts are known to all, we deliver this present signed with the seal of the municipality.Ricla, this February 20, 1863.Signed: L'Alcade, PEDRO Ronmo. »Don Benito Garcia, mayor of the city of Ricla, I certify thatTomas Garcia Cortès, native and domiciled in this city, where he is an owner, observed a behavior during his long stay in this city And, for this reason, and by his loyal procedures, he obtained the esteem and sympathies of all the honest people of the country And, so that he can do it, see where it suits him, I am sending this certificate which I sign with the seal of the commune.Ricla, this December 28, 1867."Signed: L'Alcade, BEnito GARCIA. »Thus, in his hometown and in all the towns of Spain where he stayed, Garcia is known with honor. Very different from those adventurers whose past is hidden in mysterious darkness, his entire life is full of light.Here begins the interesting part of Garcia's story:young and favored by fortune, loving travel, he traveled through the various countries of Europe frequented by the elegant world. He successively visited France, Italy and England; he then explored the banks of the Rhine. At the sight of this series of enchanted palaces where worship is given to the god of chance, of these splendid open stock exchanges, all along the old historic river, to the moving speculation of the players, he feels irresistibly attracted towards this enchanting land.Follow Garcia in this series of excursions in Germanywhich all the European press talked about, explain all theThe victories he won would be almost epic.Garcia went from success to success in all the banksfrom Germany: from Homburg to Wiesbaden, from Wiesbadenin Baden, it was only a series of triumphs.The Hombourg bank, which was already the most powerful at the time, changed the rules of its institution in honor of Garcia, by raising its maximum stakes from 12,000 francs to 60,000 francs. This was the beginning of a real struggle between the bank and Garcia, who responded to this challenge by playing the maximum of 60,000 francs on each spin.Mr. Garcia carried out, in a few days, against the bank ofHombourg a net profit of two million francs.Never, since the banks of Germany were established,we had never seen such success. Until then it was a rare thingthat a bank blowing up was a phenomenon that happened once a year. Three days in a row, Mr. Garcia blew up the Homburg bank, which was the richest and strongest in all of Germany.These successes, achieved so quickly, produce great emotion. Gathered in a general meeting, the bank's shareholders urgently vote for a capital increase.The Frankfurt bankers and capitalists are playing up and down on stocks which, for the first time, are falling by 20% in a day. Mr. Blanc, the well-known capitalist and managing director, offers a payment of several millions, with which they are preparing to support the fight against Garcia.This gigantic struggle was continued with perseverance and relentlessness. example. Garcia attacked the bank with great vigor, he played with notesto order of the Banque de France for 12,000 francs, whichMr. Blanc had sent from Paris expressly to facilitatepayments. The differences we made during the dayfrightened even those who were not interested in it. THE- Kursaal lounges were filled with thousands of peoplecoming from Frankfurt and all the other cities, where we meetmade an appointment to see Garcia play and admire hiscold blood. As for the shareholders, most of whom werebankers, they abandoned their offices to go to theKursaal. They felt, for the first time, emotionsas if they had played themselves: moreover, they had- for good reasons: the decline in stocks was accentuatedmore and more.It would be curious, as well as instructive, the story of all the incidents and adventures that happened in this all-out struggle with the bank. Let us cite just one fact: One day Garcia had been engaged against the bank for several hours. Luck turned against him at one point, so much so that he lost a very large sum and was close to succumbing. Suddenly Garcia leaves the salons; we believe he is gone, defeated, and the shareholders are rejoicing. It was just a clever move on his part:he had gone to Frankfurt to ask for new reinforcements. He uses the telegraph with Paris. He receives 200,000 francs with which he returns to the charge. It was already dark when he arrived at the games room. At eleven o'clock they had to finish the games: at that time not only had Garcia recovered from his losses, but he had also won 600,000 francs!The next day, Garcia attacked the bank very early. At noon there was nothing left of it, he had removed everything, and the fully liveried servants of the Kursaal walked behind him carrying away the bags of money which earlier belonged to the bank and of which Garcia had become the new owner. When he left the salons a large crowd was waiting for him and gave him an ovation.
QuoteWhile these successes were taking place in Hombourg, Wiesbaden, jealous of her rival (Casino Bad-homburg), and wanting to attract the animated atraction which reigned in this city, suddenly raises the maximum of his bets. The newspapers pompously announce that the bank in Wiesbaden cannot blow up and that it will hold all the issues we want; it's a sort of challenge thrown to Garcia's head: this provocation should not remain without answer.One day when we least expected it, Garcia fell to Kursaal of Wiesbaden with enormous capital and, in what a few hours, he broke the bank by removing 500,000 francs in a single session. At this news, an emotion extraordinary seizes the shareholders and a kind of pack occurs; they come running and strongly reproach the administration for having changed the conditions of the bankthus throwing a reckless challenge to this formidable wrestler.We want to keep the danger away at all costs; we talk with Garcia, we capitulate and peace is signed on conditions humiliating for the administration.Garcia was then at the height of his reputation and his fortune. The thousand voices of the press spread his name in both worlds. Alas! by an irony of destiny, it was at the time when everyone called him Garcia the Invincible,that he must have succumbed!