3 men went into a casino, and the casino cheated. Hypothetical situation: 3 men played at the the roulette table, lets call them Mr Black, Mr Green and Mr Paper. Mr Paper has visited the B&M UK casino several times in the past and noticed the Roulette wheel is the newer type also used by several online dealer casinos, a RSS. Mr Paper normally plays Black Jack and would play a few games of EC's Roulette whilst 'taking a break' . Mr Paper watched in earlier sessions players winning until they decided to bet large. A pattern emerged, one that determined large bets failed, and smaller bets won. Mr Paper played and during the game pocketed some of his own chips to inspect at home later. He discovered RFID's within the chips. Mr Paper figured that the RFID in the chips sent a signal through the felt to a computer software programme that would determine which pocket the ball would land on. The ball 'could' be made of a material called BaTi03 on the surface and BaSo4 on the inside for insulation. It 'could' carry a polarised charge from an ultra-sonic sound wave sent from the transducers inside the pockets of the numbers. ‘Jumping Ball’ syndrome, as Mr paper calls it, was observed quite often, and confirmed the pockets 'could' contain the IGBT transistors, which 'could' be controlled and switched on (on that/those pocket/s) so that the pocket 'could' be negatively charged and repel the ball through electrostatic repulsion. Other pockets 'could' be switched off and the ball 'certainly' fell into these quite naturally/normally. Mr Paper observed Mr Black and Mr Green at the roulette table on his next visit. Mr Paper bet with multiple £50 notes (bills) on the felt (as is allowed in the UK), his bets were many times larger than Mr Black’s and Mr Green’s large 'chip' bets. The software could not detect his bets as they were, well, paper. Due to the software working against Mr Black and Mr Green's chips, the ball displayed gymnastics an Olympian Gold Medalist would be proud of and actually defied the laws of the known universe. Mr Paper had a very good winning session and even tried to tell the pit boss a joke, who obviously at this time was hovering like an eagle and none too amused. The dealer/croupier constantly tried to swap Mr paper’s paper for chips, but as Mr Paper did not bet until the last second, Mr Paper’s paper won the day. Mr paper obviously could not stay too long, as all the Casino would need to do was turn off the software until he left. Mr Paper thought about the ethics of this, and determined that a cheating Casino certainly needed help to lose. Questions: How would you formulate the bets? Would you employ a Mr Black and Mr Green, or would two of you be enough? Any other thoughts?