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How about this approach.
Posted: 03 June 2012 02:35 AM   [ Ignore ]
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Long time gambler, been at roulette table once few years ago and that was about it. Over the last few days, and with the recent events of a new HorseShoe casino opening up not too far away, I began to ponder, so correct me if I’m wrong, but consider the following approach.

First off, unlike professional gamblers who make a living from doing what they do, as humans when we usually end up in a Casino (at least personally) it’s as if all of a sudden I don’t have the ability to pause. I bring that up because I was looking for what I call a “constant”, something that’s predefined, something we forget we have, I’m talking about time. Now this has not been tested yet, but it breaks down into two different approaches.

In theory, this method may sound crazy, and maybe it is. How many times do you think “0” shows up? Well if it shows up 24 times a day, that’s once/hour (average). This is what the houses uses against you to improve their odds. It’s inevitable it will hit. The payout is 35:1. There are 60 minutes in an hour, assuming the average spin rotation will take two minutes (from start to finish. accounting for new player buyins and etc) that’s 30 spins an hour. so 35:1 payout on 30 cycles (30spins x 2min) In this formula as long as the payout is higher then the amount of cycles it takes to complete in one hour, by strictly betting on “0” it’s using their own system based on a PREDEFINED constant of TIME, IMO that’s as close to a winning formula it could get because I don’t care if someone did some research took 50,000 results and crunched them in a computer, those are not CONSTANTS. (Just think of Casino as “Google”, you’ll start to understand it much better if you know how their algorithm (AdWords) works, it’s in their favor, It also works for thousands of Joe Schmoe’s using it.

I know this does not account for double zero, I didn’t get that far, so this is for a European Roulette which has single “0”.

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Posted: 03 June 2012 03:11 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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The second approach is completely different then the first one, but brings up an interesting point of view. I mentioned earlier I only been to a Roulette table once before, I was told how great of a game it is and the formula was so simple. I was told look at probability, red or black. If you see the color came out the same past 4-6 times, the probability and chances are that different color will show up next or soon enough. So the approach was to make a move and at the right time to win, and if you lost then I was told to double my bet. I’m due to breakeven.

Couple years later, I am at the conclusion that’s the stupidest thing I heard. Wait on black to hit 6 times to bet on red, either win or break even (based on bankroll and bets). Why not go along for the ride. In other words, I guess what I am saying is I would rather win 6 times in a row starting my bets with $5 and turning it into $160, instead of taking $5, waiting and looking at the big picture in front of me, not hit on the pattern, bet against it, maybe more then once. If right, I win 2:1, that’s not always the case. It’s possible it may take me 6 total bets of doubling, truth is it will take $160 to win $5 back and break even.

Idk. that’s as far as I got for now. It’s two completely polar opposite approaches, but the though that the roulette machine is basing it’s results on data mining aka studying behavior trends of players over the past decade, 365 days a year 24hrs a day, it has statistics down to a decimal beyond my imagination with variables of every bet placed, how often, time, room temperature, moisture, possibly your body temperature and your heartbeat rate, it’s possible they could know what your next move is before you do (based on billions of results), that thought alone sends a chill down my spine and it’s very likely an algorithm, I rather play with it then against it.

Thoughts? Ideas?

Thanks in advance.

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Posted: 03 June 2012 09:30 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Your ideas sound interesting but…..... they will not work:

The zero is NOT a special thing it is simply number 37 of the roulette and has exactly the same chances to appear as every other number.  So betting on ZERO is not better or worse than to bet at any other number. 

As far as your second idea: NEVER forget that the roulette has NO MEMORY.  So no matter what youhave seen before the next spin your chances are exactly the same as before.

YES statistically all number will show more or less as much but hits is a fact in the very long run.  SO the ZERO may not show in 300 spins and then suddenly it may appear 3 tiems in a row or it may not show for another 200 spins. 

The biggest danger is to expect a number or section to show after it has not shown for several spins. If you combine that with increased bets than you are sure too loose your BR in the end.

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Posted: 14 October 2012 08:49 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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...but the though that the roulette machine is basing it’s results on data mining aka studying behavior trends of players over the past decade, 365 days a year 24hrs a day, it has statistics down to a decimal beyond my imagination with variables of every bet placed, how often, time, room temperature, moisture, possibly your body temperature and your heartbeat rate, it’s possible they could know what your next move is before you do (based on billions of results), that thought alone sends a chill down my spine and it’s very likely an algorithm…DrAI

Partialy right imo.  If that machine is anything I’ve played with, it has a pre-set profit margin it has to maintain (like a slot-machine).  Watch others and see *what time it wins* if that’s the case.

Remember, if it’s a real wheel or Roulette machine you have the right not to play if you suspect the game’s being manipulated.

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Posted: 14 October 2012 10:23 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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As CO said 0 is not special. It is like every other number on the wheel. I would suggest you forget about any zero by playing those casinos online, and then bet a single number. You will have more success.

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