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A Newbie’s Quest to Conquering Roulette! ... I can dream can’t I?
Posted: 18 September 2016 03:31 PM   [ Ignore ]
fozzy
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any advice for a newbie? I use the Martingale System, and have lost one third of my bankroll (ya I know it’s a bad system).  I play on the french roulette at 888 casino, and I’m definitely not as experienced as I would like to be. Any advice would be much appreciated. What system do you use? how long have you been playing?

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Posted: 18 September 2016 03:51 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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HI FRIEND

TRY BALVINDER SAMBHI 2 CORNER SYSTEM.

YOU FIND ON THIS SITE!

VERY GOOD YOU WIN SLOW BUT WIN!

OK!

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Posted: 18 September 2016 03:57 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Reverse King - 18 September 2016 03:51 PM

HI FRIEND

TRY BALVINDER SAMBHI 2 CORNER SYSTEM.

YOU FIND ON THIS SITE!

VERY GOOD YOU WIN SLOW BUT WIN!

OK!

System 1 (2 corner system)

Firstly the book 2 corner system is the basic NO LOSE SYSTEM.
Here is that corner SYSTEM

Wait for twelve consecutive spins to appear without 8,9,11,12 or 26,27,29,30 appearing.

If you see this, you then bet 2 corner bets (8,9,11,12 + 26,27,29,30)using a 28 step betting progression. The bankroll you will need for this is 2500. The first bet is 10 pence and the final bet at stage 28 is 300.

Here are the betting progressions for the first method I mentioned.
The first one is the 28 step progression starting with 10 pence.
Remember you are betting two corner bets x 10 pence each to begin with.

1. 10p.
2. 20p.
3. 30p.
4. 40p.
5. 50p.
6. 60p.
7. 80p.
8. 1.00.
9. 1.50.
10. 2.00.
11. 2.50.
12. 4.00.
13. 5.00.
14. 6.00.
15. 8.00.
16. 10.00.
17. 14.00.
18. 18.00.
19. 23.00.
20. 30.00.
21. 45.00.
22. 60.00.
23. 80.00.
24. 100.00.
25. 130.00.
26. 170.00.
27. 220.00.
28. 300.00. Once again, remember you have to x all these by 2 because you are playing 2 corner bets. The total bankroll for this method is 2465.80p.
29 step
30 step
31 step
32 step
33 step
34 step

35 step total loss!.


So 47 spins total loss for 8,9,11,12,26,27,29,30 not to show!!

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Posted: 19 September 2016 08:14 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
fozzy
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Hey guys, my mind is just blown by all the Visual Ballistics stuff that I was reading online yesterday (thanks for all the tips guys). I’m gonna keep studying it for sure. I definitely didn’t expect that there was so much more to playing roulette. It’s no secret that I’m pretty new to this and would definitely like to hear your thoughts on what I’ve just learned. OK so last night I was thinking about roulette and a thought came to my mind, please tell me if I’m still throwing my money away from this type of betting (yes I know I probably am). Ok so when I was using the MArtingale system I was only betting 2$ at a time and if I lost I would bet 4$ and so on. This only gave me a 48.7$ chance of hitting my color. But what if I bet 5 stacks of 4 chips (20 total) covering 5 rows consisting of 6 numbers each. Covering 30 numbers out of 37 (including the 0 green) give mes a 81.08% chance of hitting a number. The profit from this is only 24 chips when I hit my number. I know when it comes to relying on the percentages its definitely risky and your bound to have a bad run sooner or later. I tried this method this morning and I won 5 times in a row giving me 20 chips in profit. There is probably already a name for this type of betting but I just wanted to get your thoughts on the matter. The one thing I found from this type of betting is that I win mostly every turn giving me profits faster to hitting my limit for the day. I also keep track of how many times I’m winning so that I know how much I have if I lose. for example, my loss of 20 chips (5 rows of 4 chips) I would need to win 5 times to make up for it as I am only making 4 extra chips a bet. Whats your thoughts on the matter? -Fozzy

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Posted: 21 September 2016 02:51 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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If probability of success is what you seek (e.g. a quick hit to make enough for the all-you-can-eat buffet) then this is not all that bad a method.  I did not check your calculation so I’ll accept that you are a little better than a 4:1 favorite to win four chips.  Win four chips four times makes 16 chips in; unfortunately, you’re out 20 chips that one time in five that you lose.  Let’s just say the casino will welcome your action with open arms.

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Posted: 25 November 2016 11:43 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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fozzy - 18 September 2016 03:31 PM

any advice for a newbie? I use the Martingale System, and have lost one third of my bankroll (ya I know it’s a bad system).  I play on the french roulette at 888 casino, and I’m definitely not as experienced as I would like to be. Any advice would be much appreciated. What system do you use? how long have you been playing?

same problem dude

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Posted: 16 December 2016 12:27 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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hey, watch my live video on youtube for best prediction

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMF3ivbwsjI

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