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Strange DB Spinning..
Posted: 27 August 2014 08:52 AM   [ Ignore ]
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Am I the only one who’ve noticed some strange things on DB?

I’m talking about:
1) the ball getting out of the pocket (I’ve seen it few times)
2) strange and sharp ball movements (like the ball is withdrawn with some kind of magnet)
3) (dis)connection problems

At the beginning it seemed like paranoia but after a while and more and more cases like this its seems like DB is somehow controling the outcome of the spins.

=GNO=

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Posted: 27 August 2014 09:59 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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GameNeverOver - 27 August 2014 08:52 AM

Am I the only one who’ve noticed some strange things on DB?

I’m talking about:
1) the ball getting out of the pocket (I’ve seen it few times)
2) strange and sharp ball movements (like the ball is withdrawn with some kind of magnet)
3) (dis)connection problems

At the beginning it seemed like paranoia but after a while and more and more cases like this its seems like DB is somehow controling the outcome of the spins.

=GNO=


    I’m totally against online casinos, that is bases on good reason and
    evidence. I have discussed it many times before, but many people
    still swear these online casinos sites are legit.

    Simple test concerning “disconnects” keep track of all the disconnects
    with a pen and paper of the size of the bets at the time of the disconnection.
    You will see that you are rarely ever disconnected when your betting amounts
    are minimum to small, and if your one of those progressions players keep
    track of how suddenly the disconnection come with the larger bets!

    Many guys have thanked me and finally realized that almost “NONE” of their
    minimum bets are ever diconnected, but on a large losing betting progession
    string, suddenly disconnects happen way to often.

    Plus don’t ever believe that bullshit line, ” They would never take the chance to
    cheat the player, the casino makes 10 of millions.”  These online casinos are
    run by computer programs and remember who writes those programs! Regulators
    can check the pay out percentages and legal odds, but “NO ONE EVER” sees how
    those programs are written!  BEWARE! P.T. Barum said it best, “There’s a sucker
    born every minute.” And if Barum owned an online casino, he would have changed
    that saying to “EVERY SECOND!!!”

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Posted: 28 August 2014 08:35 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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I must admit: you are one smart guy Chingy. smile I’ve read some of your posts (The Ching-a-ling strategy) and I see that you are one of those rare rouletters which are using their brain to get some advantage against this Devil’s wheel. And when someone starts to use his brain, he start to notice that some strange things are really (and very often) happening on these live online casinos.

Let me ask you: have you ever seen these two other strange things I’ve mentioned before (the sharp movements like magnet pulling the ball and the ball getting out of the pocket)?

Good luck with your beating of the Devil’s wheel Chingy!

=GNO=

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Posted: 28 August 2014 11:58 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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Real casino or online casino do not like neither one of them like big or daily winners , and if you win a lot of one of the game session or long run you might get banned for cheating .etc
the best way to dispose of the money is to be issued is responsible for the casino bonus of 100% or an equivalent when you try to repatriation of profits before bonus must, however, be recycled and the busy usually a great opportunity to dispose of the money
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1218061/In-money-Gambler-banned-UK-casinos-winning-28-000-using-secret-system.html

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Posted: 28 August 2014 07:13 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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pauli1976 - 28 August 2014 11:58 AM

Real casino or online casino do not like neither one of them like big or daily winners , and if you win a lot of one of the game session or long run you might get banned for cheating .etc
the best way to dispose of the money is to be issued is responsible for the casino bonus of 100% or an equivalent when you try to repatriation of profits before bonus must, however, be recycled and the busy usually a great opportunity to dispose of the money
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1218061/In-money-Gambler-banned-UK-casinos-winning-28-000-using-secret-system.html

It is well known that casinos need not give reasons for banning anyone. If they ban Blackjack Counters why on earth would they NOT ban anyone else who wins big - except those they know are willing to lose big.
Incidentally one of Balvinder’s books is for sale price £70 for NEW and £ 2.500 for USED ???
You can buy his Sequential Roulette for a mere (?) £4, 5000 That’s UK £ not US$ !

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Posted: 29 August 2014 08:41 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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pauli1976 - 28 August 2014 11:58 AM

Real casino or online casino do not like neither one of them like big or daily winners , and if you win a lot of one of the game session or long run you might get banned for cheating .etc
the best way to dispose of the money is to be issued is responsible for the casino bonus of 100% or an equivalent when you try to repatriation of profits before bonus must, however, be recycled and the busy usually a great opportunity to dispose of the money
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1218061/In-money-Gambler-banned-UK-casinos-winning-28-000-using-secret-system.html

I’ve read the article and it seems like a hard crap to me. Why?

First of all: 2 months constant winner? Its not as hard as many guys here are probably thinking. All you need is to level up your patience and level down your greed and VOILA: two months, years or decades you can get out from the casino without a losing session.

Second: banned for 28.000 pounds? Isn’t it little funny for you Pauli? Think about this this way: you have casino and every day there are on avg. 200 visitors coming to your casino. Most of these guys coming are simple gamblers which are coming to your casino just to buy their adrenaline shot. They come in, grab the drinks and start putting money in the slots, play the video pokers and spin the Devil’s Wheel. The money in theirs pockets are going up and down, the blood is pumping, faces go from tomato red to walls white..and in the end they get out of the casino with less money in the pockets but more life in their veins (its the adrenaline shot I was talking before).2 out of these 200 people are different. They are cold-headed, they are cool, they are here to make some money. They are immune to the adrenaline shots. They don’t need them. They have a plan, a strategy, an initial bank, win stop / loss stop. They are patient and not greedy. Just walk in, say hello, walk around, talk to the other people and pretend to be interested in the talk (but they are actually just observing the tables and waiting for the right conditions to step in and hit the casino). After the planned winning amount is reached or something get on the way and the loss stop point was reached the pro is just getting up from the table, continue the talking with the people for few more minutes, says good bye and leaves the place. So, if you have 198 guys losing 100 $ per day (19.800$) and 2 pro guys winning 200$ per day (400$) and the casino is making 19.400 $ per day. Everyone’s winning this way: First group (majority) got them the adrenaline shot, second group (pros) got them the little profit and the third group (the casino owners) got them the 7M $ per year in profit.

And look the same situation from other angle: after few months (let say two) casinos notice the 2 pro players and get them barred (don’t let them get in the casinos anymore). When something like this happens, its triggering one of the most intense human desires: THE DESIRE FOR REVENGE! After these two are banned, they first try to use their methods in other casinos. If they get banned from there too, they try to play on live online and if they got banned from there too, then they start planning their revenge.

Yes, many will think that revenge is the reason why someone will sell 1000 books x 100 $ each = 100.000 $ but there are lots of other and even more creative ways to revenge.

First: get a group of people (team) which are willing to learn how to make money from the roulette wheel and teach them all you know. After few months learning spread your team through the casinos which banned you and rotate, rotate and keep rotating them till your team’s earnings pass the seven figures mark.

Second: after your team made the millions, you start writting your story which contains all your team members’s stories. It will definately become bestseller. You sell it big, get your millions and open your own RNG casino and make your 2K+ every day without even moving a finger and leaving your water bed decorated with some hot booty blondies willing to fulfill every sexual desire you’ve ever dreamed for. wink

Ok, enough dreaming. smile Lets get to reality now. I’ve made a research about this guy and his book. In short lines, what he was doing was waiting for the right conditions to met (he was patient) and he was using some sort of five steps Martingale (a big no-no for me). So you found his HG and used it wisely. His only mistake was that he used it in only one casino.

Good luck on your journey people.

=GNO=

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Posted: 29 August 2014 12:17 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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GameNeverOver - 29 August 2014 08:41 AM
pauli1976 - 28 August 2014 11:58 AM

Real casino or online casino do not like neither one of them like big or daily winners , and if you win a lot of one of the game session or long run you might get banned for cheating .etc
the best way to dispose of the money is to be issued is responsible for the casino bonus of 100% or an equivalent when you try to repatriation of profits before bonus must, however, be recycled and the busy usually a great opportunity to dispose of the money
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1218061/In-money-Gambler-banned-UK-casinos-winning-28-000-using-secret-system.html

I’ve read the article and it seems like a hard crap to me. Why?

First of all: 2 months constant winner? Its not as hard as many guys here are probably thinking. All you need is to level up your patience and level down your greed and VOILA: two months, years or decades you can get out from the casino without a losing session.

Second: banned for 28.000 pounds? Isn’t it little funny for you Pauli? Think about this this way: you have casino and every day there are on avg. 200 visitors coming to your casino. Most of these guys coming are simple gamblers which are coming to your casino just to buy their adrenaline shot. They come in, grab the drinks and start putting money in the slots, play the video pokers and spin the Devil’s Wheel. The money in theirs pockets are going up and down, the blood is pumping, faces go from tomato red to walls white..and in the end they get out of the casino with less money in the pockets but more life in their veins (its the adrenaline shot I was talking before).2 out of these 200 people are different. They are cold-headed, they are cool, they are here to make some money. They are immune to the adrenaline shots. They don’t need them. They have a plan, a strategy, an initial bank, win stop / loss stop. They are patient and not greedy. Just walk in, say hello, walk around, talk to the other people and pretend to be interested in the talk (but they are actually just observing the tables and waiting for the right conditions to step in and hit the casino). After the planned winning amount is reached or something get on the way and the loss stop point was reached the pro is just getting up from the table, continue the talking with the people for few more minutes, says good bye and leaves the place. So, if you have 198 guys losing 100 $ per day (19.800$) and 2 pro guys winning 200$ per day (400$) and the casino is making 19.400 $ per day. Everyone’s winning this way: First group (majority) got them the adrenaline shot, second group (pros) got them the little profit and the third group (the casino owners) got them the 7M $ per year in profit.

And look the same situation from other angle: after few months (let say two) casinos notice the 2 pro players and get them barred (don’t let them get in the casinos anymore). When something like this happens, its triggering one of the most intense human desires: THE DESIRE FOR REVENGE! After these two are banned, they first try to use their methods in other casinos. If they get banned from there too, they try to play on live online and if they got banned from there too, then they start planning their revenge.

Yes, many will think that revenge is the reason why someone will sell 1000 books x 100 $ each = 100.000 $ but there are lots of other and even more creative ways to revenge.

First: get a group of people (team) which are willing to learn how to make money from the roulette wheel and teach them all you know. After few months learning spread your team through the casinos which banned you and rotate, rotate and keep rotating them till your team’s earnings pass the seven figures mark.

Second: after your team made the millions, you start writting your story which contains all your team members’s stories. It will definately become bestseller. You sell it big, get your millions and open your own RNG casino and make your 2K+ every day without even moving a finger and leaving your water bed decorated with some hot booty blondies willing to fulfill every sexual desire you’ve ever dreamed for. wink

Ok, enough dreaming. smile Lets get to reality now. I’ve made a research about this guy and his book. In short lines, what he was doing was waiting for the right conditions to met (he was patient) and he was using some sort of five steps Martingale (a big no-no for me). So you found his HG and used it wisely. His only mistake was that he used it in only one casino.

Good luck on your journey people.

=GNO=

  Hi GNO,
      So how are all those hot booty blondies treating you? Isn’t it so nice
  to fantasize the rewards of having our own Holy Grail? That’s the problem,
  there’s always two sides to the coin. You mentioned the “adrenaline shot”,
  I sometimes refer to it has the “Enzymes High”. There’s an interesting
  article titled, “Is good luck at gambling all in the genes?” which I think
  all gamblers should take a few minutes to read.
      http://www.nature.com/news/2010/101208/full/news.2010.659.html

      All the “math” guys swear it’s totally about the numbers, they speak of
    probability and the so called inevitable “Long Run” and the Law of Large
    Numbers.” The House Edge will always “get you” is supposedly why 99.99%
    of gamblers LOSE, well I have argued for years that it goes way beyond just
    the small house percentage. I call it the “Human Factors”, the simple lack of
    discipline and control over one’s own emotions. Most gamblers swear it’s just
    bad luck, but it’s those sneaky little enzymes that are the real monsters to
    our own destruction. Our greed and impatience, that lust for instant gratification
    is all tied to those little monsters, “that breaks down neurotransmitters such as
    serotonin — affect financial decisions.” To all those that have read some of my
    post of the last year and half will know, I always tell guys to THINK, THINK, THINK!
    I bet most guys who have read that must have said to themselves, “What the hell
    is Chingy talking about.” Sometimes you must step back to see the “whole picture.”
    Once that emotion of anger or greed takes over there is no rational thought process!
    We all know that moment as gamblers, one more bet or it has to change, it’s those
    times we throw all logic to the wind. Perfect example is when most gamblers are say
    up a $1,000 and suddenly the tide turns and we’re only up $500, most gamblers at
    this point will in their minds say I’m down $500! Where a well disciplined man would
    say, “I’m still up $500.” All thoses that are reading this right now, be honest, haven’t
    you done this at one time or the other?

      GNO, in reply to your comment, “I must admit: you are one smart guy Chingy.”
    That’s the farthest thing from the TRUTH! I’ve gambled some over 50 years, starting
    with flipping baseball cards in the school yard trying deseparately to win the Holy
    Grails of that era, Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris! That high still lives with me to this
    day when I remember winning those two Holy Grails. I treasured those
    cards for years, hidden in a draw and every night taking them out to assure himself
    I wasn’t dreaming! Those “Little Fuckers Enzymes” were at work long before I ever
    knew they existed. That’s why I tell everyone who thinks they can win at gambling
    and that the Holy Grail is out there, “You Must Learn To Lose To Ever Be A Winner.”
    So to all you fools that really believe there’s some easy road to riches, THINK THINK THINK!
    If I won the lottery today for a $100 MILLION DOLLARS, it still wouldn’t be worth the
    “Road of Hardship” of being a GAMBLER! Sure I’ve learned and made a few “pennies”
      in the last 10 years playing poker and now with the Ching-A-Ling, but at what price
      did it really cost me! GNO, there are NO smart men in gambling, TRUST ME, I know!
                                                  Louie

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Posted: 29 August 2014 03:06 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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http://psican.org/alpha/index.php?/20110310557/Psychical-Phenomena-ESP-PK-RSPK-Remote-Viewing/The-Worlds-Only-Professional-Roulette-Player.html

The Worlds Only Professional Roulette Player

Written by Ben Grant

When I was 25 years old I made a living playing poker. It was a much easier game back then, a
few years before it went mainstream and people actually knew how to play before walking into
a casino. Anyone with self-restraint and a quick mind for math could have made a decent living
playing poker in those days. I put in a 40-hour work week and was very strict about keeping a
log that included my playing time, as well as every other statistic imaginable.
I quickly learned that playing poker in Las Vegas was far more profitable than floating back and
forth between the few Ontario casinos that offered the game, so I spent most of my time down
there fleecing wealthy tourists and conventioneers. I generally played for about seven or eight
hours a day, and I always made sure to get at least nine hours of sleep a night, but that still left
me with a lot of time on my hands. I didn’t drink, I only danced at gunpoint, and I wasn’t going
to spend any of my hard-earned money shopping at marked-up boutiques, so I spent most of
that time wandering through casinos. While milling about one day in the MGM Grand, I decided
to check out the action at a very busy roulette table. That’s where I met Harry, the world’s only
professional roulette player.
You see, you can’t be a professional roulette player – welll not for long, anyway. There isn’t a
casino game with worse odds than the North American roulette wheel (except for Caribbean
Stud when the jackpot is under $90,000). Paying out at 35 to 1 with 38 numbers on the table,
the casino holds a 5.26% advantage over the player on every single spin. Unlike blackjack and
other card games, there is no method or skill involved to reduce those odds let alone turn them
in the player’s favour. I stood there watching Harry for hours. Most of the time he didn’t put his
chips in play, he just kept them there in front of him, but when he did play, he generally won. I
just figured he was lucky, but I thought I’d ask anyway.
“What’s your secret?”
He smiled with the corners of his mouth and responded, “I’m not playing the wheel. I’m playing
the dealer, and the dealer is psychic.”  Then he winked.
This didn’t make much sense to me. As far as I was aware, a roulette dealer had zero impact
on the results of each spin. Sure he fired the ball around the wheel, but there were so many
thousands of variables in play, even the dealer himself couldn’t possibly know where the ball
would end up. Even if he did, he certainly wouldn’t announce it to the table. I wouldn’t have
though much more of it if it were not for the fact that the next day, while strolling through The
Flamingo, I spotted Harry at the roulette table raking in the chips once again. He decided to
take a break for a while so we headed over to the noodle bar to have a late lunch together.
I looked him up on my next trip to Sin City, and over a steak dinner at Binions, he explained his
secret to me. He would wait at the table until three consecutive spins missed all of the following
numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, 13, 14, 17, 18, 20, 21, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36.

Sometimes it was quite a wait. As soon as this happened, though, his system was on. What he
now had to do was wait until one of the above-mentioned number came up. If a 1-6 or a 31-36
come up, he would play all 12 of those numbers on the next spin. If a 10, 11, 13, 14, 17, 18, 20,
21, 25, 26, 28, 29 came up, he would play each of those 12 numbers on the next spin. He
maintained that his winning percentage with this method had him at a 4% advantage. I tried to
explain to him that his math made no sense, and that since a wheel has no memory, playing
those combinations still has him at a mathematical 5.26% disadvantage.
“You’re right”, he said, “the wheel doesn’t have a memory, but the dealer does”.
He then went on to explain his belief that the dealer, in his subconscious mind, knows exactly
where the ball is going to land on every spin. Further still, under certain circumstances, he
subconsciously influences where the ball is going to land based on his expectation of
probability or regression to the mean. In other words, when the above-mentioned numbers do
not come up for a period of three spins, the dealer expects for this to be made up, and thus
influences the wheel on consecutive spins. He added to this that his system didn’t work on
computer-based roulette programs, that there had to be a live dealer. He also said that his
system worked better when the dealer was unaware of the success he was having. It is for this
reason that he always moved from casino to casino and only played at crowded tables. I
thought this was a cute theory, but at the end of the day I couldn’t accept the math. As far as I
was concerned, it had to be luck.
But what if it wasn’t luck? Could a roulette dealer really influence the ball with that degree of
accuracy and not even be aware of it? Is one’s subconscious capable of breaking down that
many variables?  The dealer still needs to go through the physical act of spinning the wheel in
one direction and launching the ball in the other, with the precise amount of force and timing to
achieve the desired result. Harry had attributed his success to the dealer’s expectations, but
what if it was he himself who was unknowingly influencing the ball? Could it be that the faith he
had in his method was so strong that he was willing the ball into the correct slot? If so, did
Harry have a special gift, or could anyone with that much conviction manipulate the ball with
that much success? There is also the possibility that Harry wasn’t controlling the ball at all, but
rather the dealer. It had to be luck though, didn’t it?
I stopped playing poker for a living at the end of that year. My wife liked the tax-free money I
was making, but that kind of lifestyle as well as the travel back and forth wasn’t exactly
conducive to family life, so she convinced me to seek more stable employment. I said goodbye
to Las Vegas and wished my friend Harry the best of luck, believing that the math would
eventually catch up to him.

Last year, my wife and I decided to meet up with some American friends of ours at the Grand
Canyon. My wife had never been to Vegas, and it had been about eight years for me, so I
insisted on staying there for a few days after our Canyon adventure to show her around my old
stomping grounds. In the last few hours of our vacation, as we wheeled our suitcases through
the maze of the Caesars Palace casino, I spotted a familiar face at the roulette table. There
was Harry, perched behind a stack of purple chips, the world’s only professional roulette player,
getting rich betting on the dealer’s subconscious tendencies and defying math with every spin
of the wheel.

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Posted: 01 September 2014 03:15 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]
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No one can’t deny the power that lies hidden in our brains (especially in the unconcious part of the brain). I say this cause I had some strange experiences in my life for which I can’t give any reasonable explanation.


3 years ago, while I was still on college, after one students party I went to try my luck (and waste the remaining money in my pockets) on one of those air powered wheels (they are rigged - I know, I know!). I was drunk, but my mind was clear and I was cool, totally relaxed. After putting the money into the system, the ball was shot from the sling. And then I just get that strange feeling (a hunch) that 14 will appear. It was a picture in my brain combined with calm, ensuring feeling that this number will appear. Because the wheel was already spinning, I was not able to put any money on it, just shouted: 14. It will be 14! After 10 seconds, voila: 14, red. There were at least 12 guys aroung the wheel, and all 12 just looked at me and start asking how I knew it. I just smiled and said it was a luck. Next spin I saw (or better said I felt) that 26 will appear, shouted it that 26 is the winner and two guys followed my bet. This time I put money on this money. Guess what? 26, black appeared next spin. smile After this spin hunches disappeared and I’ve started feeling the adrenaline shot. Next spins I felt the need to be right (because the two rouletteers next to me were following me and I was feeling an obligation to make some money for them! smile ) and was extra stressing myself, so I was completely disconnected from my intuition. In the next 20 minutes I came down to double the amount I was having in my pockets when I entered the casino, so just got up and cashout.


One friend of mine was having one interesting, profitable and not time consuming method for making some money on roulette. He was just picking one number in the morning, when he was getting up from bed and while his brain was still unaffected from the surrounding (TV, internet, family, friends: they all alter our state of mind) and then, when he was having time he was heading to the nearest casino, always putting same amount of money on that number. And guess what? He was right 1/10 of the time. Lets do some quick math here: 30 days = 30 bets. 10% out of 30 bets are 3 winners. Payouts for single numbers are 35:1 so he won: 3 X 36 = 108 units - 30 units (30 days X 1 unit) = 78 units profit monthly, without thinking about strategies, and without losing precious time sitting and waiting for right conditions or right dealer or whatever.


Let get back to my own experiences. I’ve noticed that while I’m relaxed and my brain is cool there is some strange “luck” following my bets. I have hunches (based on intuition) which I am following and I always have a winning session. But if I let the adrenaline shot enter my mind, then things turn ugly in minutes and my winning session turn into total loser.


Am I the only one who was having and still have experiences like this or?
If there is any other who knows what I am talking about, feel free to tell us.


Who knows..
maybe the key to defeat the Devil’s Wheel is to
attain and maintain “Heavens” state of mind?

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Posted: 02 September 2014 10:11 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]
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GameNeverOver - 27 August 2014 08:52 AM

Am I the only one who’ve noticed some strange things on DB?

I’m talking about:
1) the ball getting out of the pocket (I’ve seen it few times)
2) strange and sharp ball movements (like the ball is withdrawn with some kind of magnet)
3) (dis)connection problems

At the beginning it seemed like paranoia but after a while and more and more cases like this its seems like DB is somehow controling the outcome of the spins.

=GNO=

GNO
The first 2 above it’s not a problem. Because the same numbers are for online players as they are for live players inside the casino. That’s not how they get you.
I played a lot in the DB when I lived in Europe and never had a problem with those issues. However, I found that if I was winning for a sustained period of time, and due to my impatience, if I lost a substantial portion of my won bankroll during a session, then a strange thing would happen. 1. Disconnection. Long enough to render the numbers I was basing my system on, ineffective. So I was forced to abandon my system without being able to recover the lost bankroll. Starting the system again is the next step, but this time with a lot less bankroll. And how can I play knowing that at some point in my progression I can get disconnected again, without being able to recover?
2. Video disconnection and replacement of the live wheel with an RNG wheel. With totally new numbers. A friend that I called had a live wheel on his screen, and I had an RNG from the same casino. What does that tell you?  The system that depends on the live numbers recorded goes down the drain.  Again that only happens WHEN YOUR BANKROLL GOES DOWN. Then this magic happens.

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Posted: 04 September 2014 07:17 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 10 ]
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palestis - 02 September 2014 10:11 AM

1. Disconnection. Long enough to render the numbers I was basing my system on, ineffective. So I was forced to abandon my system without being able to recover the lost bankroll. Starting the system again is the next step, but this time with a lot less bankroll. And how can I play knowing that at some point in my progression I can get disconnected again, without being able to recover?
2. Video disconnection and replacement of the live wheel with an RNG wheel. With totally new numbers. A friend that I called had a live wheel on his screen, and I had an RNG from the same casino. What does that tell you?  The system that depends on the live numbers recorded goes down the drain.  Again that only happens WHEN YOUR BANKROLL GOES DOWN. Then this magic happens.

It looks like black magic to me. smile

It seems like this way or that way everyone just tries to take our money away.

=GNO=

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Posted: 04 September 2014 11:13 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 11 ]
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GameNeverOver - 04 September 2014 07:17 AM
palestis - 02 September 2014 10:11 AM

1. Disconnection. Long enough to render the numbers I was basing my system on, ineffective. So I was forced to abandon my system without being able to recover the lost bankroll. Starting the system again is the next step, but this time with a lot less bankroll. And how can I play knowing that at some point in my progression I can get disconnected again, without being able to recover?
2. Video disconnection and replacement of the live wheel with an RNG wheel. With totally new numbers. A friend that I called had a live wheel on his screen, and I had an RNG from the same casino. What does that tell you?  The system that depends on the live numbers recorded goes down the drain.  Again that only happens WHEN YOUR BANKROLL GOES DOWN. Then this magic happens.

It looks like black magic to me. smile

It seems like this way or that way everyone just tries to take our money away.

=GNO=

Don’t worry.
Things are not that bad in a live casino environment. There are players who win consistently. Not many but there are. And that’s y we are here in this forum.
The online scene is another story. That’s y they are all based in countries or areas where basic consumer laws we take for granted here, do not apply. 
They are good in paying the winnings if you ask for them, but when a player is proven to be a winner beyond luck, then magic things start happening. That’s for DB. For RNG roulettes is not that hard to figure out what they can do.

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Posted: 23 April 2015 11:35 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 12 ]
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GameNeverOver - 27 August 2014 08:52 AM

Am I the only one who’ve noticed some strange things on DB?

I’m talking about:
1) the ball getting out of the pocket (I’ve seen it few times)
2) strange and sharp ball movements (like the ball is withdrawn with some kind of magnet)
3) (dis)connection problems

At the beginning it seemed like paranoia but after a while and more and more cases like this its seems like DB is somehow controling the outcome of the spins.

=GNO=


i have seen that in a local casino. probably they do that to big gamblers. they want to hunt the whales pretty fast and get everything they have…

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