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Posted: 09 January 2012 05:58 AM   [ Ignore ]
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Hello everyone, I have a question. A freind of mine told me about a gambling experience he had a couple of weeks ago, at the same casino Ive been playing at recently. She said that no players were allowed to bet after the ball was spun. She said it was that way all night. I hope its not something they are going to be doing permanantely. Has anyone else ever had this problem? Can they do that? This would not be very good for me.

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Posted: 09 January 2012 06:06 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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luckystreak777 - 09 January 2012 05:58 AM

Hello everyone, I have a question. A freind of mine told me about a gambling experience he had a couple of weeks ago, at the same casino Ive been playing at recently. She said that no players were allowed to bet after the ball was spun. She said it was that way all night. I hope its not something they are going to be doing permanantely. Has anyone else ever had this problem? Can they do that? This would not be very good for me.

They can do it. Some casinos do. Some call nmb almost immediately after the ball is spun etc. The thing is that casinos would rather allow you to bet far into the spin because of the guys who bet huge amounts after the spin because they believe the dealer has an outcome on the result. So the the longer they wait into the spin, the more they get to rake in because of blind betting. But yes to your answer, there are some paranoid casinos out there who are truly scared of AP, more specifically vb in this case.

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Posted: 09 January 2012 05:37 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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To solve your problem, tip the dealer well….and only play on dead tables. Thats what I do. avoid crowds, as I have told you before…its the best way to play.—-Brian

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Posted: 25 January 2012 09:40 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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roulettedealer - 09 January 2012 05:37 PM

To solve your problem, tip the dealer well….and only play on dead tables. Thats what I do. avoid crowds, as I have told you before…its the best way to play.—-Brian

Is it a good idea to play on dead table? It may be give a big loss of money in result.

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Posted: 25 January 2012 03:32 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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AudraDenise - 25 January 2012 09:40 AM
roulettedealer - 09 January 2012 05:37 PM

To solve your problem, tip the dealer well….and only play on dead tables. Thats what I do. avoid crowds, as I have told you before…its the best way to play.—-Brian

Is it a good idea to play on dead table? It may be give a big loss of money in result.

Personally I like busy tables with lots of chip scatterers. The house is much happier if the tables are in the possitive. When that happens, attention is diverted from me and I can continue unhindered without having to worry too much about countermeasures. Dealers are busy with payouts, players buying in and re-buying in, call bets before and after the spin etc. usually that is when I cash in.

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Posted: 25 January 2012 07:11 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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arguments can be made on behalf of both dead and busy tables, however, I personally preffer dead tables for many reasons. I come to the casino to play roulette….not twister.—-Brian

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Posted: 03 February 2012 05:35 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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luckystreak777 - 09 January 2012 05:58 AM

Hello everyone, I have a question. A freind of mine told me about a gambling experience he had a couple of weeks ago, at the same casino Ive been playing at recently. She said that no players were allowed to bet after the ball was spun. She said it was that way all night. I hope its not something they are going to be doing permanantely. Has anyone else ever had this problem? Can they do that? This would not be very good for me.

Your friend is right no one can bet after the ball is spun.

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Posted: 09 August 2012 06:24 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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That is suggestion for you,
You can argument when someone stopping you to play when ball is spun.and your friend who has couple, she don’t have the rights to argument front of yourself…

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Posted: 09 August 2012 07:40 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]
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The casino i go to in Portsmouth spins the ball and the you can still bet while the ball is travelling around the wheel until he call’s “no more bets” usually about 5 seconds before the ball drop’s in a number.
There’s is’nt any advantage to anyone just give the player more time to bet too which is always helpful if the table is busy.

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