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ELECTRONIC ROULETTE SUCCESS (Interblock and Vegas Star machines)
Posted: 13 July 2015 10:24 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Hello to all of my fellow Roulette Enthusiasts .  .

I have put a great deal of thought and consideration into making this post, so here goes!

About me; I work professionally as a federal security contractor and ever since my youth, have been fascinated about numbers, codes, patterns, the ‘hidden’ and being something of a Truth Seeker in all sorts of subjects. I have been playing roulette for just two years and practically all of my play has been on the electronic roulette games with real-wheel action to watch, seated with up to eleven other players; the game is played on a touch-screen for placing bets, etc. The two machines here in Arizona are the Interblock Organic and the Vegas Star. Live-wheel, “Las Vegas” style roulette is unlawful in Arizona.

About two months ago, I began vigorous research on the net for any intel about these two types of machines and found two incredibly useful and informative posts. First, however, I want to point out that both of these posts were and have been repeatedly ridiculed, scorned and tossed aside, it would seem, by roulette players who - I believe - miss the point ENTIRELY about RNG roulette gaming. Yes, RNG machines do not respond to the same types of play strategies utilized on live-wheel games. Yes, RNG roulette is very much different and IS NOT THE SAME - AT ALL - as live-wheel roulette. And yes, RNG roulette is VERY MUCH MANIPULATED but it is this simple facet of RNG roulette machines that makes them exploitable and their programming decipherable.

Here are the two links:

http://www.vlsroulette.com/index.php?topic=16132.0

http://vegasstarroulettestrategy.blogspot.com.au/

In the first post, scroll down to find an entry made on August 13, 2013 by a “jgarnett.” Please notice how his info was attacked, ridiculed, and has been repeatedly tossed aside on that and other roulette forums since then by practically everyone that mentions it. Doesn’t this response strike any of you as, well .  . IGNORANT?

In less than two weeks after finding this posting by “jgarnett” I cashed in a play voucher for over $1,600; about $400 of which was bankroll to play. I have never emailed “jgarnett.” I have never met him in Las Vegas, as he encourages interested players to do. For one thing, I have been unable to register on that forum and try and see if his profile is still active, etc. All I did was study, repeatedly, the things he mentions and mentally practice the methods outlined. it worked. And, it has worked many times thereafter. How many other players who have access to the Interblock machines took a deep breath, put aside their preconceived notions about RNG gaming, and actually tried to see if these play methods were possible? I am amazed at the incredible ignorance and simple-mindedness of those who so quickly disregarded the nature of what separates RNG roulette from live-wheel roulette. They are different FOR A REASON and this reason, once thoroughly researched and studied, proves to be easily and repeatedly exploited and harnessed for amazing profits.

I have repeatedly sat at an Interblock machine and observed at least three other players over the last several months who obviously know these methods and are cashing in vouchers that range from $1,200 to over $3,000. No joke; no exaggeration. The Vegas Star machines are almost identical - IDENTICAL - in how their RNG programming can be studied, exploited and profited from.

In order to establish myself on this forum as a trust-worthy and “for real” player, I will provide pics of several of my recent play vouchers that I have very recently cashed in, including the above mentioned one. If you email me directly I will quickly send them to you for your review. I wish to be as discreet as possible, but also as open as possible and I think that this method serves both. Certain identifiable aspects of these tickets have ben blacked out for obvious reasons.

Has anyone ever been able to contact a “jgarnett?”

Have any of you on this forum, who have access to either the Interblock or Vegas Star machines found similar experiences to mine?

I would love to hear from other RNG roulette players who have put in the time and vigorous effort necessary to decipher and profit from these machines .  .  .

Finally, I would encourage everyone who has judged RNG machines in casinos to be “evil” and “a disgrace” to the game of roulette to reconsider everything you have thought about these games. Yes, they are different from live-wheel .  .  . AND I AM GLAD THAT THEY ARE!!!

Feel free to email me directly and I will respond as quickly as possible. Have a great day and ENJOY YOUR PLAY!!!

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Posted: 15 July 2015 09:44 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Hi AZ Player,

I play Electronic Roulette (RNG) and have some success in recent times.. Can you please email me at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), I will share my strategy. Thanks

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Posted: 17 July 2015 06:33 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Are you selling these machines?

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Posted: 18 July 2015 03:04 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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Is that a serious question, or just one made out of spite? I would kindly encourage you to look at my posting with a critical eye .  . do I appear to be well-spoken? Do I make my points with proper sentence structure and arrive at a reasonable conclusion? Hmmmm .  .  .

I work as a security professional; I do not sell or lease electronic roulette machines. I simply studied someone’s posting about these machines made almost 3 years ago, and rather than close my mind to the possibilities, I took $450 and did exactly what was suggested while paying strict attention to the rules given. And just like that, cashed in a ticket worth over $1,600.

Everyone else - EVERYONE ELSE - mocked the author of that post; they ridiculed him and attacked even his writing style. How pathetic, really. I went out and just about six weeks ago, proved his strategy, rules, and tips. And even though I have not been able to contact him to receive other, more vital information as to “trigger numbers,” etc, due to my own diligence and many long, grueling sessions inside casinos on these games, have been able to identify what are no-doubt some of these exact trigger numbers he referenced. It can be done. But sitting down and jacking in $50 and playing for 45 minutes will not accomplish anything. Guaranteed.

RNG gaming is not the same as ‘live-wheel’ action. It isn’t designed that way, and cannot be played that way.

The mindset, approach style and gaming strategies are much, much different than ‘live-wheel’ roulette.

Keep a closed mind and you will benefit nothing .  .  .

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Posted: 18 July 2015 05:36 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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Yes, I could have reacted in a more nicer way. Point taken and do forgive me.

About the ‘trigger’ numbers I would not rely on them. Why? I encourage you to read http://www.rouletteforum.com/viewthread/17499/ , so I would not have to repeat myself. In short, numbers are chosen by RNG after ‘No More Bets’ has been called.

This technique is downwards compatible with older airball machines as well as described in the patent. Furthermore, the numbers I have been collecting don´t show any evidence of numbers that trigger each other. This can simply be seen when running some 2800 Interblock numbers through Roulette Extreme using the ´statistics´feature on numbers. 

In my opinion you have been lucky winning on an Interblock or the machine may run on outdated software.

Of course it´s not a problem for me to agree to disagree and I wish you sincerely the best of luck. 

Speaking for my self, I have never played them anymore since.

Best regards,

Birima

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Posted: 18 July 2015 06:38 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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I appreciate your kinder response!

Seven different casinos, and between 7 and 9 different Interblock or Vegas Star machines; the VERY SAME identifier code, especially leading up to a ‘dump’ of certain numbers is present in all of these machines. Further, one of the other members of this forum forwarded to me his own spin charts taken from machines in a nearby state. Guess what! THE VERY SAME IDENTIFIER CODE IS ALL THROUGH his spin charts, too. Certain numbers group together, certain numbers pop their “mirrored number” regularly, and the trained eye sees this as though having been taught to read an ancient language .  .  . everyone around you sees RANDOM NONSENSE but, when the factors are right, and the stat board is where it needs to be, the payoffs come and you leave the casino heavier than you came in (the wad of cash in your pants).

It is very much like JGarnett said in his posting three years ago .  . “No matter if I even sit down with some people and tell them what happens in the next few spins and when to bet, THEY REFUSE TO FOLLOW THROUGH.”

Is is quite amusing for me to be sitting there and another player says, “Gee, isn’t that weird! Zeros have been completely cold for almost two hours and now they are there all bunched in together. Weird!” Yep, totally bizarre, hunh. And now I will cash out and stuff away the wad of greenbacks I just made from all that weirdness. Cheers!

“NOT EVERYONE HAS EYES TO SEE .  .  . ’

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Posted: 18 July 2015 06:50 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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AZ Player,

On the Interblock machines I have NOT witnessed the half wheel across dumping .  I have looked at the distance between the last number to have hit of several thousands of spins.  Do you think that this is perhaps unique to the Vegas Star Machines?

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Posted: 18 July 2015 07:23 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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On the Interblock machines I have NOT witnessed the half wheel across dumping .

I have actually seen that at the time and played it. However, it was not consistent enough to exploit. I must add that I could only have those outcomes (opposite numbers) when playing alone and timing the ‘start game’ button in relation to the position of ball and wheel.

To AZPlayer I say: Notice how often the ball lands just next to your chosen sector. Especially when playing alone against the machine.

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Posted: 19 July 2015 03:02 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]
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i want to ask something to all of u re against the author of this post, is it so hard that someone can see paatterns,trends that u cant? iam fed up with this same old story in forums , when someone appeared and give us a hint ,we simply can not clearly see , then whats wrong with that?  i dont claim that i know everything, thats impossible , maybe u have some skills that i dont have , and the exact oppositte, of course there are some exceptions what i call ‘dreamers’ , guys that live in a virtual world , i hope no one of u to belong to this category.

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Posted: 16 August 2015 06:08 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]
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Hi AZ Player,

My name is Mike and I live in Fountain Hills. I have been playing Roulette in the local casinos (Ft. McDowell, Talking Stick, Casino Arizona, Lone Butte etc.) for about 5 or 6 years.
My play is not great, as I mainly go back and forth.  I don’t lose a lot, but I don’t make a lot either. I would love to hear from you on any advise you could give me, I play mostly “Interblock Organic Roulette).  I probably have at least few thousand live spins spins written down that I saved. I very much liked your post and would love to hear more.  Please email me at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Sincerely,
Mike

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Posted: 25 August 2015 10:56 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 10 ]
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I find this all very interesting, but at the same time it does not make sense.  I have PM’ed AZplayer about this.  The #1 reason why I can’t see this working is that these machines
interact with the player’s bets.  Therefore there just cannot be any pattern unless everyone keeps betting the EXACT same way for 1000s of spins. 

Unless I am able to sit with a “Jgarnett” or AZplayer and see their exact method I just can’t believe that this works.

I think we are chasing our tail here.

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Posted: 26 August 2015 02:00 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 11 ]
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Anyone heard from AZplayer explanining his techniques.  From what is written in this thread or even JGarnett’s thread, it seems like there is a lot of information missing.  This seems a lot like
the constant winning bet by CEH where a hint or hints are given to something that we don’t know actually is true and the rest of us just wrack our brains trying to figure it out.  Only difference I see is that AZplayer or Jgarnett are not asking for anything.

BTW, I did spend 3.5 hours at the casino noting down numbers from the interblock roulette and let me tell you it was draining, not to mention I could not find any patterns or identifiers or trigger numbers in the 300 spins I noted down.

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Posted: 26 August 2015 02:27 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 12 ]
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I’ve noticed the relation between the 12,21,32,23,31,13 and also after a 0 00 miss for long,the machine(airball-not Interblock) tend to balance.
But I would like to know the way AZplayer performs.

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Posted: 27 August 2015 12:23 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 13 ]
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Let me add this .  .  . has it crossed any of your minds that the analysts/technicians/service techs for these RNG software providers troll forums such as THIS ONE and monitor posts and responses to see what exactly is being exchanged publicly, so that SOFTWARE UPDATES can be made as a counter-measure to advantage players?

Let me be clear and state in the most tactful and yet assertive manner I can; I will not lay out on this forum the EXACT, STEP-BY-STEP manner that I play, the bets I make, the “strategies” I use or any other direct tool for exploiting and profiting from electronic roulette machines inside casinos. For crying out loud, friends; the larger casinos have staff that research the net, study blogs, join forums, etc, etc, all in the hopes of putting into place defensive counter-measures to STOP repeat and consistent winners. “Real Time” intelligence gathering on advantage play methods is not a fairy tale. It is the reality that many of you are not realizing.

The two posts that I linked in my original post above provide all of the basic, underlying information and moderate in-depth tips to start you on the path to successful playing methods. As I stressed in my post, and have also reemphasized in my PM responses to almost all of you, EXTREME research and diligent review of spin results is necessary in order to begin to ascertain the number associations, the timing of the game as it seeks to complete “normal distribution” of all numbers in a 4 to 5 hour playing cycle, and the manner in which the machine itself is either in PLAY & PAY MODE or RECOVERY MODE. You cannot sit down at an electronic roulette machine any day of the week and profit; my personal experience allows me to say this. It takes time to discover the somewhat narrow timeframe in which to do so. It might be a few days during the mid-week or perhaps one day and evening only on a weekend. You and only you can determine this for the machines that you have access to; I or any other advantage player cannot possibly do this for you. Also, these ‘good’ days and times to play are changed from time to time, so be ready for this, too.

I never stop looking for RNG roulette tips. I never stop reviewing personal video uploads of RNG roulette strategies. I never stop reading the advertisements and reviews of RNG roulette playing tips or software tools. I read, I review, I investigate, I ponder, I analyze and I go through incredible amounts of scratch paper scribbling down ideas and hints. I have never come to a place in my mind where I say to myself, “There, all done! I have got all I need to know to profit from RNG roulette.”

I have a great passion for this game and have been absolutely relentless to ‘turn over’ every conceivable ‘rock’ as I search for more information. Sooner or later, a ‘gold nugget’ will appear and you can add it to your ‘pile’ of gold that you have stored away.

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Posted: 27 August 2015 02:23 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 14 ]
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AZPlayer - 27 August 2015 12:23 AM

Let me add this .  .  . has it crossed any of your minds that the analysts/technicians/service techs for these RNG software providers troll forums such as THIS ONE and monitor posts and responses to see what exactly is being exchanged publicly, so that SOFTWARE UPDATES can be made as a counter-measure to advantage players?

Let me be clear and state in the most tactful and yet assertive manner I can; I will not lay out on this forum the EXACT, STEP-BY-STEP manner that I play, the bets I make, the “strategies” I use or any other direct tool for exploiting and profiting from electronic roulette machines inside casinos. For crying out loud, friends; the larger casinos have staff that research the net, study blogs, join forums, etc, etc, all in the hopes of putting into place defensive counter-measures to STOP repeat and consistent winners. “Real Time” intelligence gathering on advantage play methods is not a fairy tale. It is the reality that many of you are not realizing.

The two posts that I linked in my original post above provide all of the basic, underlying information and moderate in-depth tips to start you on the path to successful playing methods. As I stressed in my post, and have also reemphasized in my PM responses to almost all of you, EXTREME research and diligent review of spin results is necessary in order to begin to ascertain the number associations, the timing of the game as it seeks to complete “normal distribution” of all numbers in a 4 to 5 hour playing cycle, and the manner in which the machine itself is either in PLAY & PAY MODE or RECOVERY MODE. You cannot sit down at an electronic roulette machine any day of the week and profit; my personal experience allows me to say this. It takes time to discover the somewhat narrow timeframe in which to do so. It might be a few days during the mid-week or perhaps one day and evening only on a weekend. You and only you can determine this for the machines that you have access to; I or any other advantage player cannot possibly do this for you. Also, these ‘good’ days and times to play are changed from time to time, so be ready for this, too.

I never stop looking for RNG roulette tips. I never stop reviewing personal video uploads of RNG roulette strategies. I never stop reading the advertisements and reviews of RNG roulette playing tips or software tools. I read, I review, I investigate, I ponder, I analyze and I go through incredible amounts of scratch paper scribbling down ideas and hints. I have never come to a place in my mind where I say to myself, “There, all done! I have got all I need to know to profit from RNG roulette.”

I have a great passion for this game and have been absolutely relentless to ‘turn over’ every conceivable ‘rock’ as I search for more information. Sooner or later, a ‘gold nugget’ will appear and you can add it to your ‘pile’ of gold that you have stored away.

I like your approach , Bro.  We have to look every little detail to win.  But why bother with rng? There is plenty of “normall” wheels around.

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Posted: 27 August 2015 05:06 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 15 ]
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I like your approach , Bro.  We have to look every little detail to win.  But why bother with rng? There is plenty of “normall” wheels around.

You need the good features of a ‘borderline’ personality to go this far. With that I say that some people go more far then anybody else. Not only with roulette but with more facets of life. It’s ‘a never give up mentality’ typical to some individuals. The flipside of the coin is that people wired like this, may have a hard time to accept being defeated.

Now back to what AZplayer said about ‘PLAY & PAY MODE or RECOVERY MODE’. This is an interesting concept.

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