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Seriously Fun Way To Play Roulette
Winning Consistently At Roulette "Not Possible"?
First, as way of an intro, I make my living doing math: one of the many hats I wear is as a quantitative analyst for a stock market research firm.
I create algorithms for stock and futures trading systems used by professional traders, investment managers and registered investment advisors (RIA's) and others. I don't gamble, or at least I have not gambled much in the past. But in November of 2019 I went to a conference (Blockchain Week) in Las Vegas and learned to play roulette.
To my surprise, using basic random number distribution theory and good money management and starting with just $100 I cashed in $575 in chips in two days.
I decided to follow up on my ‘system’ at the casino in my area, the Turning Stone Casino in a small town in upstate New York. Just about every visit I doubled my small $100 stake money.
Here are some pics I took with my phone’s camera each time. I will be going back, but they shut down temporarily due to the COVID breakout. I blocked out the barcodes just in case they might be abused or contain identifiable info. You can see my ‘tracker’ sheets below the ticket.
It works on 'live' tables, Interblock 'bubble' machines (real-live sessions and examples below) and online!
2/9/20: Cash in $100, cash out $211 (Turning Stone. Interblock 'bubble' roulette')
2/10/20: Cash in $100, cash out $215. I made a mistake in covering up the number, but it’s in writing just above my fat thumb.
2/15/20: cash in $100, cash out $239
On 2/18 I had two sessions which added together, still nearly doubled my buy-in. I didn’t have a lot of time so didn’t stay until I doubled, but $78 in an hour isn’t’ bad.
2/18/20: Session 1: Cash in $100, cash out $123
2/18/20 Session2: cash in $100, cash out $155
It Makes Playing Roulette More Fun
As stated at the beginning, numbers are hit based on random distribution and each spin is independent of the other, however by using the tracking sheet you should have a better ‘view’ of how the number are being distributed! In the short-term number distributions, ‘zones’ and other anomalies can and do occur and when they are identified it’s what gives us an edge.
I wish you much success and of course, lots of luck! Don’t bet more than you can afford to lose but most of all have fun!