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Posted: 09 September 2010 09:56 AM   [ Ignore ]
Bolter1224
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I find this one good for ER.


5 chips on second and third twelve
5 chips on first, and third column of 12
9 chips on 2,8
12 chips on 5,11
18 chips on 15,21
15 chips on 18,24
3 chips on 25,31
6 chips on 28,33
1,000 buy-in
My theory is that the number of chips used on every spin of the wheel should coincide with numbers related to different pay offs that the game is honed to.  For instance:  This strategy is based on 144 chip count.  The same number of chips as 36 straight up 4 times.  Get the picture?  The strategy listed above uses 146 chips.  I guess the 2 chips extra are just to feed the dragon.

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Posted: 12 September 2010 06:43 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
KLUGMO
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The software is honed to take all 146 eventually.

Wake up, get off your ass and play REAL Roulette.

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