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Posted: 6/21/2011 12:47:15 AM
Is there any real strategy that can be used in this game? I was gambling at casino Niagara, was up and down for the first hour then slowly but surely lost it all. 

I have realized after 100 spins for the night, the past results SLIGHTLY can help you, especially if its hit 3rd 12, 7/10 past times. Never bet against the wheel, follow past results, follow the dealer, and follow your heart. 

Any tips on how to win on the inside? Thanks guys 
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Posted: 6/21/2011 11:20:35 AM

This is not on the inside but a good way for killing time any putting money in play to be rated for comps.

Place to equal buts on either 1-12 and 2-24 or 2-24 and 25-36 whatever you feel.

Now you have 2/3 of the board covered.  You will always lose one bet but the second pays you 2-1.  So unless the ball hits in the 1/3 you didn't put or 0/00 you going to win 1 unit, but when you lose, you lose 2 units.

I know its stupid, but if you get lucky and pick the right 66% of the board you can win a little bit.  I play this way sometimes and the dealer does tell me this is the best way to play this game.

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Posted: 6/21/2011 4:21:21 PM
Shot-any bet you make at roulette with 2 green zero slots which I think the case of Niagara, the vig on your bet is 5.25%.Thats a pretty big bite for killing time.I'm not saying go play keno or the color wheel but look at craps,blackjack, or even sic bo or baccarat as the % is much lower.Theres no bet or series of bets thats going to over come the negative expection of the tables.
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Posted: 6/21/2011 5:08:54 PM

I agree, the tables are designed for house edge.  However, by betting smartly you can minimize that edge. 

 

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Posted: 6/21/2011 5:35:37 PM
Theres no bet or series of bets you can make to reduce 5.25%
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Posted: 6/21/2011 6:24:42 PM
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Originally Posted by 666LES:

Theres no bet or series of bets you can make to reduce 5.25%

There are sucker bets you can avoid.

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Posted: 6/21/2011 6:33:21 PM
As much as I enjoy playing craps...Any bet placed in a casino no matter the game is a sucker bet. (Besides poker and sports betting of course)
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Posted: 6/25/2011 2:24:53 AM

One, never play roulette on line. This is the true sucker bet.

I have watched live roulette for countless hours, and 99% of everyone playing are just total idiots w/ absolutley no clue as to what they are doing.

Without revealing strategy, I will give you this wagering tip. Develop your own strategy for the outside, namely black/red, and stay with it. Let your "system" lose before you get in so to get the winning angle on your side. Play small this way, and try to build up your stack. Don't stay at one table too long. Pick and choose and stay disciplined. Once you build up a roll, either go home or say ok, now that I am up, I am going to wait for the absolute best play that my "system" points to , and then either take all your profit on that one play. Or divide it into thirds w/ one-third on the first play and 2/3 on the second if the first loses.

It's all about playing from a strong vantage point. You're either there to make some serious money w/ the chance that you go home break even, or you take home a nice chunk. To make REAL money gambling, at some point you have to stick your neck out. Again, do it from a position of strength. Or just be Ned Flander and say, "Oh my willy-wooly, I made $20 tonight." Wow.

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Posted: 6/25/2011 10:53:37 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by chef702:

There are sucker bets you can avoid.

There is one bet on an American wheel ( 0/00) that is not 5.25%, that is 1-2-3-0-00 and the vig on that bet is 5.75%. There is no sucker bet because % is same on ALL bets.

There is no strong vantage point on roulette unless the wheel is unbalenced or you are a cheat.

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Posted: 6/27/2011 2:10:04 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by 666LES:

There is one bet on an American wheel ( 0/00) that is not 5.25%, that is 1-2-3-0-00 and the vig on that bet is 5.75%. There is no sucker bet because % is same on ALL bets.

There is no strong vantage point on roulette unless the wheel is unbalenced or you are a cheat.

 

 

................or you don't have a brain to figure it out.

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Posted: 6/27/2011 9:34:30 AM

Caro’s Roulette System #1

First, never bet simply red or black. Also don’t bet odd or even. These are equally poor, consistently losing wagers.

Second, don’t be suckered into betting zero or double zero, despite what some experts may suggest. This may seem like you’re betting with the house, but for technical reasons you are actually betting against the house — and you are taking the worst of it.

So, in order to negate the house advantage, you MUST stick to straight non-green number bets. All odd red numbers turn out to be bad choices, based on over two trillion computer trials. Don’t bet them.

All even black numbers fair poorly, and cannot be bet, for much the same reason, which I won’t explain here.

Let’s get straight to the money-saving advice. Any bet you decide to make MUST cover only even-red or odd-black numbers. There are no exceptions.

Finally, you need to be very disciplined in excluding the number 30 and the group of consecutive numbers that begins with 11 and continues clockwise through and including 14.

This system may seem mystical, but I take gambling quite seriously, and this works for me.

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Posted: 6/27/2011 11:10:05 AM

I understand the House edge doesn't change as it relates to the payoff.  What I do gives you roughly a 63% chance to win 1/2 your play, versus 2.6% to win 35 times your bet.

Your not gonna get rich playing this way.

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Posted: 6/27/2011 4:44:30 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by cypress:

 

 

................or you don't have a brain to figure it out.

You are clueless in so many ways but be sure not to tell the casino your name.
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Posted: 6/28/2011 2:34:56 AM
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Originally Posted by 666LES:

You are clueless in so many ways but be sure not to tell the casino your name.

 

Any test or game we would be mutually agreed to ...............I'm game.

 

How about a best of 10 baseball wagering?

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Posted: 6/28/2011 2:56:59 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by cypress:

One, never play roulette on line. This is the true sucker bet.

I have watched live roulette for countless hours, and 99% of everyone playing are just total idiots w/ absolutley no clue as to what they are doing.

Without revealing strategy, I will give you this wagering tip. Develop your own strategy for the outside, namely black/red, and stay with it. Let your "system" lose before you get in so to get the winning angle on your side. Play small this way, and try to build up your stack. Don't stay at one table too long. Pick and choose and stay disciplined. Once you build up a roll, either go home or say ok, now that I am up, I am going to wait for the absolute best play that my "system" points to , and then either take all your profit on that one play. Or divide it into thirds w/ one-third on the first play and 2/3 on the second if the first loses.

It's all about playing from a strong vantage point. You're either there to make some serious money w/ the chance that you go home break even, or you take home a nice chunk. To make REAL money gambling, at some point you have to stick your neck out. Again, do it from a position of strength. Or just be Ned Flander and say, "Oh my willy-wooly, I made $20 tonight." Wow.

If your strategy is to wait for some outside bet  to be spun some # of times and then bet from some 'strong vantage point' because you are now betting from a position of strength then it is kind to call that clueless. If you want to play roulette and buck a 5% vig and you know it ,fine.  You'll never have a strong vantage point or a position of strength. Your words.
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Posted: 6/30/2011 3:10:09 PM
Dont play roulette if you want to win money consistently.  Of course you can have good sessions.

I DO play roulette though, i hate the game but i play it.  But i rarely, rarely bet inside anymore.  I usually just walk up to a table, throw $100 on red, then take my winnings or walk away a loser.  I try not to get too exotic on the roulette table, you will end up losing all your money so why not do it on one spin lol.

A smarter thing to do is this:  Lets say you have $200.  You want to win $100.  Walk up to the table, bet $100 on red.  If you hit, you walk.  If you miss, you bet your last $100 on red again.  If you hit, you bet $100 on red again, keep going until you finally get to $300, or you lose the $200.  Dont flip flop the colors, just stay on the same one and pray
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Posted: 7/1/2011 5:37:27 AM
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Dont play roulette if you want to win money consistently.  Of course you can have good sessions.

I DO play roulette though, i hate the game but i play it.  But i rarely, rarely bet inside anymore.  I usually just walk up to a table, throw $100 on red, then take my winnings or walk away a loser.  I try not to get too exotic on the roulette table, you will end up losing all your money so why not do it on one spin lol.

A smarter thing to do is this:  Lets say you have $200.  You want to win $100.  Walk up to the table, bet $100 on red.  If you hit, you walk.  If you miss, you bet your last $100 on red again.  If you hit, you bet $100 on red again, keep going until you finally get to $300, or you lose the $200.  Dont flip flop the colors, just stay on the same one and pray

 

Not exactly a counting cards strategy, is it? Your approach m,akes a lot more sense than trying to build a "strong vantage point," I think. But maybe somebody knows something we don't know. I like to hear of how people play Roulette. Some of the things they think of....wow.

 

 

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Posted: 7/1/2011 6:39:06 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by casheasy:

 

Not exactly a counting cards strategy, is it? Your approach m,akes a lot more sense than trying to build a "strong vantage point," I think. But maybe somebody knows something we don't know. I like to hear of how people play Roulette. Some of the things they think of....wow.

 

 



Yeah its basic, but thats what i tend to do as my "strategy."  Like i said roulette cant be beat.  For my ish you just gotta go up there hoping it'll land on your color once or if it doesnt, then it'll at least switch over in that 2nd bet.   And if it doesnt, well, then you went broke, like most people do at a roulette table.

You just cant get greedy.  $200 to win $100
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Posted: 7/3/2011 5:52:24 PM
I have a little so called system that will get you tons of playing time and earn some comps and still maybe win a little money. If the table is a $5 minimum you bet $5 on the even money outside bets ie. red,black Odd,even etc. and then take five one dollar chips on five opposite bets on the inside ie...if you bet red you then bet on five black numbers on the inside. If the table is a ten dollar minimum then you bet two dollars on the inside numbers with ten dollars on the outside. I played in AC for three hours with a buy in of two hundred dollars and actually walked away winning $135 and lots of comp credits.
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Posted: 7/4/2011 1:52:49 AM
How the darn has a roulette thread gone on this long?
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Posted: 7/4/2011 11:28:04 AM
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I have a little so called system that will get you tons of playing time and earn some comps and still maybe win a little money. If the table is a $5 minimum you bet $5 on the even money outside bets ie. red,black Odd,even etc. and then take five one dollar chips on five opposite bets on the inside ie...if you bet red you then bet on five black numbers on the inside. If the table is a ten dollar minimum then you bet two dollars on the inside numbers with ten dollars on the outside. I played in AC for three hours with a buy in of two hundred dollars and actually walked away winning $135 and lots of comp credits.

josbran, If you are comfortable with this system,you'll probably get more comps playing a video machine vs table action,all depends if that's more important to you than the longer session and table interaction with other players which can be a lot of fun..But I know a couple players who are killing comps in AC and it is not table play.(and not losing $ equal to coin-in..buffets,free plays..works for them cause they live there)

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Posted: 7/5/2011 3:07:07 PM
josbran- I don't play AC but if you have $10 min. you have a $10 min inside AND outside. Like been said before If you walk through the door lucky,you're lucky.
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Posted: 7/30/2011 2:42:38 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by shooter15:

Is there any real strategy that can be used in this game? I was gambling at casino Niagara, was up and down for the first hour then slowly but surely lost it all. 

I have realized after 100 spins for the night, the past results SLIGHTLY can help you, especially if its hit 3rd 12, 7/10 past times. Never bet against the wheel, follow past results, follow the dealer, and follow your heart. 

Any tips on how to win on the inside? Thanks guys 

35 to win 1 hit and run system

bet $3500 on 35 numbers on europe table (one zero). So you have two numbers that you dont bet. Won $100 each spin. Dont ever let the house have two chances. Repeat ten times a day at ten different table and ten different casinoes. 98% win unless you are very unlucky. Good Luck.

 

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Posted: 8/3/2011 7:31:52 AM
giet tuino lol lol lol.

roulette wheel dont have memory. lets say you dont bet 0 and 36. you bet other 35 numbers. you risk 35 to win 36. lol. you may win 60-70 times but 2 lose will erase all your profits.

most dumb idea i ever heard about roulette!
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