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“Betting on the straight”/ Outside Bets!
Posted: 28 October 2015 11:21 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Anyone who has made a trip to the casino recently, has certainly made an effort to check the board at the roulette table. Numbers are were the money is, we all know that. But betting on numbers is a quick way to blow through a ton of money, and playing too many numbers makes the winnings shrink. This is a method I use to supplement the numbers I play. Personally I play a mechanical wheel which stops all bidding before the ball is released, and changes ball density between rolls, so using any physics based system is impossible. But on the plus side, the machine displays the last 300 numbers to be hit and breaks the numbers into the 10 hottest numbers, and lists hit percentage per area of the board. for these machines, I recommend using my “Betting the Straight” method.

Before you read any further, take a moment and write down a dozen letters, in any order you choose. R= Red, B= Black. I recommend googling “Roulette Actual Numbers” and using those instead, as the human brain can mess with the randomness that is roulette.

To start, the concept is simple, just bet on the previous color. Anybody who’s been through a casino and looked at the board will see that the wheel rarely, if ever spits out Red/Black/Red/Black/Red/Black in perfect order. A more common scenario is Black/Black/Black/Red/Black/Black/Red/Red/Green-00/Red/Red/Red. Knowing this, you can use it too your advantage, to supplement you number choices while you gamble, as long as you use a 2/1 ratio. Meaning if your playing $1.25 on a set of numbers, you should be gambling $2.50 on an outside bet. This method is in no way intended to be a stand alone method to hitting it rich, that is strictly on your ability to hit the winning numbers, but if you want to able to afford to play those numbers all night then I recommend using this method.

Starting:
Always bet on the previous color, no matter how long the straight is. It was once recorded at a casino in Monaco that Red hit 39 times in an uninterrupted row. Using the 10 random pics I made up above, we will assume Red was the previous color, so
$20.00 to start
$2.50 on Red/Loss
$17.50
$2.50 on Black/win
$20.00
$2.50 on Black/win
$22.50
$2.50 on Black/win
$25.00
$2.50 on Black/loss
$22.50
$2.50 on Red/loss
$20.00
$2.50 on Black/win
$22.50
$2.50 on Black/loss
$20.00
$2.50 on Red/win
$22.50
$2.50 on Red/Green Loss
$20.00
$2.50 on Red/win
$22.50
$2.50 on Red/win
$25.00
$2.50 on Red/win
$27.50
As you can see there is a lot of back and forth, but by using this method you will have the additional coin to make the bet when you need it. I personally also tend to couple this with a variation of the Martingale method, until I hit $10 per a roll, then I drop back too $2.50 until it hits a straight again, or whenever the itch hits me and I feel lucky.

I realize a lot of people believe that this method may not increase your odds, but test it. I do know that all I had was a $3.00 ticket from the slots, and my girlfriend and I turned it into $150 on a single mechanical roulette machine, using this method. She picked 2 numbers, 1 of three rows, and $0.25 on 0/00 every spin for a total of $1.25 per a spin, while I focused on betting on the straights and we walked away with $150 (it did take us almost 2 hrs. but we didn’t feed any money into the machine, and had she not been playing losing #‘s, I would have made out better raspberry )
If anyone knows of a method that is more effective for outside betting on mechanical machines, please feel free to chip in, would love to know your opinion!

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Posted: 18 November 2015 05:14 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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The most effective way to bet on outside is to not place any bet at all.
On the long run your outside bets will drug your bank down. Avoid progressions on outside. If you think you mast to bet outside ( wich is simply unreasonable), use d’Alambert…. for some reason sims it take longer to reach loosing this way. I witnessed up to 50k spins simulations without d’ Alambert braking ( used on orfelins).
In general, avoid bet be for spin unless you know what you are doing.
Keep winning . Sergiy

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Posted: 18 November 2015 05:19 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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BTW,  if you are prepared to loose lots of time to find jenuine method to beat that wheel, you probably could pm iBot, he specialist on these.
If you are prepared to track it to the death, then l could help you as well.

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Posted: 19 November 2015 01:47 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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What about using the same method but on the 1/12,13/24,25/36 boxes and just pick 2 and stick with them, yes your payout will be 3/3 to your 2/3 bet but you recover your losses plus one hypothetically. The only reason I can’t use a system is the mechanical roulette machines stop betting before the ball is released so you can’t track it. If you know of a way around it besides recording 7k spins to find fault then my ears and potentially wallet are open. But I was under the impression that the only way to beat the wheel is tracking and recording?

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Posted: 19 November 2015 02:32 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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Yes.  Tracking and recording… plus proper data analisys
First things first… record name ( make of the mashine), and film some spins if you can. It will simplify the problem.  Some of these are beatable .

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Posted: 30 January 2017 09:35 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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David6666 - 10 January 2017 11:49 AM
Sergei made this comment.

“Do you see, blavinder, casino Victoria in front of wich one you made a photo on your face book, used to have g4 interblock autoroulette with from 0.5 £ to 50k per number( lm still missing that one),  Empire has 100k per number , hyppodrome has 20k per number… and it’s just these lm aware of.
  It just proves that you are a cretin who do not even enter casinos, you just take pictures to show how ” good ” player you are”.

email from empire casino london today at 10.26am. i can forward a copy to any member for validation. sergei has not have a clue about roulette and now has been caught out by email. 100k on number sergei. email states 1k. everyone see now sergei not play roulette


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