FINALLY !!!! A ROULETTE WINNING STRATEGY WORTH CONSIDERING !!!!

Discussion in 'General Fitness' started by Peter Buche, Mar 11, 2005.

  1. Peter Buche

    Peter Buche Guest

    I suppose we all agree that going to a casino means wanting
    to have fun and WIN. But with this goal in mind we need to
    win more often than we loose. Right?

    Right! However, having these expectations is hardly enough
    to make it so. Now, if it were possible to win consistently, or
    nearly so, we would definitely need a strategy to beat normal
    reality at the roulette table.

    My own experience at roulette was typical and nothing short
    of disasterous. Maybe I was too dense or too nervous to accurately
    predict the next spin of the wheel. Without a doubt I needed help.
    A good strategy to improve my odds was what I had in mind.

    And I finally found such a system: http://roulette-edge.com

    Check it out for yourself !!!

    What can I say – I am using it and it has been working very well
    for me over the past few months - thank you. Now I have a new
    problem: how to avoid attention at the roulette table. But that's a
    minor detail easily dealt with.
     
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  2. David Cohen

    David Cohen Guest

    Peter Buche wrote:
    > I suppose we all agree that going to a casino means wanting
    > to have fun and WIN. But with this goal in mind we need to
    > win more often than we loose. Right?
    >
    > Right! However, having these expectations is hardly enough
    > to make it so. Now, if it were possible to win consistently, or
    > nearly so, we would definitely need a strategy to beat normal
    > reality at the roulette table.
    >
    > My own experience at roulette was typical and nothing short
    > of disasterous. Maybe I was too dense or too nervous to accurately
    > predict the next spin of the wheel. Without a doubt I needed help.
    > A good strategy to improve my odds was what I had in mind.
    >
    > And I finally found such a system: http://roulette-edge.com
    >
    > Check it out for yourself !!!
    >
    > What can I say - I am using it and it has been working very well
    > for me over the past few months - thank you. Now I have a new
    > problem: how to avoid attention at the roulette table. But that's a
    > minor detail easily dealt with.


    We, the taxpaying residents of Las Vegas, would like to thank you for
    your efforts at keeping our economy strong and our taxes low.

    David
     
  3. "Peter Buche" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I suppose we all agree that going to a casino means wanting
    > to have fun and WIN. But with this goal in mind we need to
    > win more often than we loose. Right?
    >
    > Right! However, having these expectations is hardly enough
    > to make it so. Now, if it were possible to win consistently, or
    > nearly so, we would definitely need a strategy to beat normal
    > reality at the roulette table.
    >
    > My own experience at roulette was typical and nothing short
    > of disasterous. Maybe I was too dense or too nervous to accurately
    > predict the next spin of the wheel. Without a doubt I needed help.
    > A good strategy to improve my odds was what I had in mind.
    >
    > And I finally found such a system: http://roulette-edge.com
    >
    > Check it out for yourself !!!
    >
    > What can I say - I am using it and it has been working very well
    > for me over the past few months - thank you. Now I have a new
    > problem: how to avoid attention at the roulette table. But that's a
    > minor detail easily dealt with.


    Does this work for Russian Roulette too?
     
  4. Proton Soup

    Proton Soup Guest

    On 11 Mar 2005 05:18:22 -0800, [email protected] (Peter Buche) wrote:

    >I suppose we all agree that going to a casino means wanting
    >to have fun and WIN. But with this goal in mind we need to
    >win more often than we loose. Right?
    >
    >Right! However, having these expectations is hardly enough
    >to make it so. Now, if it were possible to win consistently, or
    >nearly so, we would definitely need a strategy to beat normal
    >reality at the roulette table.
    >
    >My own experience at roulette was typical and nothing short
    >of disasterous. Maybe I was too dense or too nervous to accurately
    >predict the next spin of the wheel. Without a doubt I needed help.
    >A good strategy to improve my odds was what I had in mind.


    Thing is, every new spin is random. You're just as likely to get the
    same number next spin as any other. It cannot be predicted.

    >And I finally found such a system: http://roulette-edge.com
    >
    >Check it out for yourself !!!
    >
    >What can I say – I am using it and it has been working very well
    >for me over the past few months - thank you. Now I have a new
    >problem: how to avoid attention at the roulette table. But that's a
    >minor detail easily dealt with.


    The only system here is selling the system. If you were really making
    money at roulette, you wouldn't be here spamming.

    -----------
    Proton Soup

    "And all this peace has been deceiving,
    I need some wind to get me sailing"
     
  5. John Hanson

    John Hanson Guest

    On 11 Mar 2005 06:15:44 -0800, "David Cohen" <[email protected]>
    wrote in misc.fitness.weights:


    >
    >We, the taxpaying residents of Las Vegas, would like to thank you for
    >your efforts at keeping our economy strong and our taxes low.
    >


    David

    After giving generously to the state of Nevada in December, I had the
    opportunity to give the Ho Chunk Nation a nice donation in January
    when we stopped off there on our trip to the Wisconsin state USAPL
    championships in Racine (right on Lake Michigan). I dropped a quick
    $40 and then quit, thinking about vowing to never play in a casino
    again. Instead, I gave my teammates shit about only betting slots and
    not blackjack which prompted them to get me and Todd to
    play...blackjack, of course. We played for an hour and a half and I
    walked out of there up $68.
     
  6. John

    John Guest

    "John Hanson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On 11 Mar 2005 06:15:44 -0800, "David Cohen" <[email protected]>
    > wrote in misc.fitness.weights:
    >
    >
    > >
    > >We, the taxpaying residents of Las Vegas, would like to thank you for
    > >your efforts at keeping our economy strong and our taxes low.
    > >

    >
    > David
    >
    > After giving generously to the state of Nevada in December, I had the
    > opportunity to give the Ho Chunk Nation a nice donation in January
    > when we stopped off there on our trip to the Wisconsin state USAPL
    > championships in Racine (right on Lake Michigan). I dropped a quick
    > $40 and then quit, thinking about vowing to never play in a casino
    > again. Instead, I gave my teammates shit about only betting slots and
    > not blackjack which prompted them to get me and Todd to
    > play...blackjack, of course. We played for an hour and a half and I
    > walked out of there up $68.


    You should count cards. I average ~$80/hr from the local casino in
    Washington.
     
  7. David Cohen

    David Cohen Guest

    John wrote:
    > "John Hanson" <[email protected]> wrote
    > > "David Cohen" <[email protected]> wrote
    > > >We, the taxpaying residents of Las Vegas, would like to thank you

    for
    > > >your efforts at keeping our economy strong and our taxes low.

    > >
    > > After giving generously to the state of Nevada in December, I had

    the
    > > opportunity to give the Ho Chunk Nation a nice donation in January
    > > when we stopped off there on our trip to the Wisconsin state USAPL
    > > championships in Racine (right on Lake Michigan). I dropped a

    quick
    > > $40 and then quit, thinking about vowing to never play in a casino
    > > again. Instead, I gave my teammates shit about only betting slots

    and
    > > not blackjack which prompted them to get me and Todd to
    > > play...blackjack, of course. We played for an hour and a half and

    I
    > > walked out of there up $68.

    >
    > You should count cards. I average ~$80/hr from the local casino in
    > Washington.


    Excellent way to beat the odds. However, I would advise STRONGLY
    against doing it in Las Vegas. They are very good at spotting it, and,
    if you are lucky, you will be escorted from the property and banned
    from every casino in Nevada. If unlucky, you will end up a patient in
    my trauma center.

    Stick to the local casino in Washington.

    David
     
  8. John

    John Guest

    "David Cohen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > John wrote:
    > > "John Hanson" <[email protected]> wrote
    > > > "David Cohen" <[email protected]> wrote
    > > > >We, the taxpaying residents of Las Vegas, would like to thank you

    > for
    > > > >your efforts at keeping our economy strong and our taxes low.
    > > >
    > > > After giving generously to the state of Nevada in December, I had

    > the
    > > > opportunity to give the Ho Chunk Nation a nice donation in January
    > > > when we stopped off there on our trip to the Wisconsin state USAPL
    > > > championships in Racine (right on Lake Michigan). I dropped a

    > quick
    > > > $40 and then quit, thinking about vowing to never play in a casino
    > > > again. Instead, I gave my teammates shit about only betting slots

    > and
    > > > not blackjack which prompted them to get me and Todd to
    > > > play...blackjack, of course. We played for an hour and a half and

    > I
    > > > walked out of there up $68.

    > >
    > > You should count cards. I average ~$80/hr from the local casino in
    > > Washington.

    >
    > Excellent way to beat the odds. However, I would advise STRONGLY
    > against doing it in Las Vegas. They are very good at spotting it, and,
    > if you are lucky, you will be escorted from the property and banned
    > from every casino in Nevada. If unlucky, you will end up a patient in
    > my trauma center.
    >
    > Stick to the local casino in Washington.


    You just have to hide it better down there. You can't go from $10 to $200
    the next hand. I've counted in Vegas and the best I've done is $1100 in 3
    hrs. But then again, the worst I've done is $300 in 1 hour.
     
  9. David  Cohen

    David Cohen Guest

    "John" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "David Cohen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >>
    >> John wrote:
    >> > "John Hanson" <[email protected]> wrote
    >> > > "David Cohen" <[email protected]> wrote
    >> > > >We, the taxpaying residents of Las Vegas, would like to thank you

    >> for
    >> > > >your efforts at keeping our economy strong and our taxes low.
    >> > >
    >> > > After giving generously to the state of Nevada in December, I had

    >> the
    >> > > opportunity to give the Ho Chunk Nation a nice donation in January
    >> > > when we stopped off there on our trip to the Wisconsin state USAPL
    >> > > championships in Racine (right on Lake Michigan). I dropped a

    >> quick
    >> > > $40 and then quit, thinking about vowing to never play in a casino
    >> > > again. Instead, I gave my teammates shit about only betting slots

    >> and
    >> > > not blackjack which prompted them to get me and Todd to
    >> > > play...blackjack, of course. We played for an hour and a half and

    >> I
    >> > > walked out of there up $68.
    >> >
    >> > You should count cards. I average ~$80/hr from the local casino in
    >> > Washington.

    >>
    >> Excellent way to beat the odds. However, I would advise STRONGLY
    >> against doing it in Las Vegas. They are very good at spotting it, and,
    >> if you are lucky, you will be escorted from the property and banned
    >> from every casino in Nevada. If unlucky, you will end up a patient in
    >> my trauma center.
    >>
    >> Stick to the local casino in Washington.

    >
    > You just have to hide it better down there. You can't go from $10 to $200
    > the next hand.


    Huh? Then what do you mean by "counting"?

    If you don't bet low to stay in the game, and greatly increase your bet when
    the count indicates the odds are in your favor, you're doing a "counting"
    system I'm not familiar with.

    David
     
  10. Jim R.

    Jim R. Guest

    "Proton Soup" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:p[email protected]
    > On 11 Mar 2005 05:18:22 -0800, [email protected] (Peter Buche) wrote:
    >
    > >I suppose we all agree that going to a casino means wanting
    > >to have fun and WIN. But with this goal in mind we need to
    > >win more often than we loose. Right?
    > >
    > >Right! However, having these expectations is hardly enough
    > >to make it so. Now, if it were possible to win consistently, or
    > >nearly so, we would definitely need a strategy to beat normal
    > >reality at the roulette table.
    > >
    > >My own experience at roulette was typical and nothing short
    > >of disasterous. Maybe I was too dense or too nervous to accurately
    > >predict the next spin of the wheel. Without a doubt I needed help.
    > >A good strategy to improve my odds was what I had in mind.

    >
    > Thing is, every new spin is random. You're just as likely to get the
    > same number next spin as any other. It cannot be predicted.
    >


    What are you saying? The wheel doesn't remember what it did last time and
    try to make an effort to even things out?
     
  11. John Hanson

    John Hanson Guest

    On Sat, 12 Mar 2005 06:41:56 GMT, "John"
    <[email protected]> wrote in misc.fitness.weights:

    >"John Hanson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> On 11 Mar 2005 06:15:44 -0800, "David Cohen" <[email protected]>
    >> wrote in misc.fitness.weights:
    >>
    >>
    >> >
    >> >We, the taxpaying residents of Las Vegas, would like to thank you for
    >> >your efforts at keeping our economy strong and our taxes low.
    >> >

    >>
    >> David
    >>
    >> After giving generously to the state of Nevada in December, I had the
    >> opportunity to give the Ho Chunk Nation a nice donation in January
    >> when we stopped off there on our trip to the Wisconsin state USAPL
    >> championships in Racine (right on Lake Michigan). I dropped a quick
    >> $40 and then quit, thinking about vowing to never play in a casino
    >> again. Instead, I gave my teammates shit about only betting slots and
    >> not blackjack which prompted them to get me and Todd to
    >> play...blackjack, of course. We played for an hour and a half and I
    >> walked out of there up $68.

    >
    >You should count cards. I average ~$80/hr from the local casino in
    >Washington.
    >

    With 6 decks?
     
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