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Roulette Black or red?

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by chongjasmine83, Feb 24, 2023.

  1. chongjasmine83

    chongjasmine83 New Member

    Feb 23, 2023
    Which do you prefer to bet on?
    For me, I prefer black.
  2. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

    Dec 25, 2014
    My preference is Black .
  3. Georgie

    Georgie Member

    Jan 22, 2022
    Pennsylvania USA
    Black has a psychological financial element to it. In accounting, of course, if you're "in the black", you're in profit. Good. But if you're "in the red", you're underwater financially. Bad.

    Personally though, if I were to walk up to a Roulette table, and have no knowledge at all of the last 30 spin results, and put my entire life savings on 1 bet, Red or Black, I'd choose RED. Like when flipping a coin, Heads or Tails: "Tails never fails", I always choose Tails. I feel the same way about RED. Seems like I've lost more often when I've chosen Black in this situation, though I can't explain it scientifically or mathematically. Just personal experience.

    By the way, here's a Pro-Tip for Rochambeau, or more commonly called the "Rock, Paper, Scissors" game.

    There's a world championship tournament for this, often held in Vegas. One of the champs was interviewed, and here was his advice:

    You always want to be the one who initiates the contest. Initiate it quickly, and don't give your opponent time to think about it and strategize.

    So, you say: "Let's do "'Rock, Paper, Scissors.'"

    Then you immediately start pounding your fist for the first of the three fist pounds. Your opponent will naturally join you without thinking, even if he doesn't catch up until the second pound.

    Your opponent very quickly finds himself in the second pound, now having to immediately commit to a decision for the third and final pound where you each present either Rock, Paper, or Scissors.

    Due to the pounding motion of the first two pounds, your opponent already has his hand pre-positioned as "Rock". He already has his hand in the Rock position, so it's easy and requires no change of his hand posture. And psychologically, "Rock" is stronger than scissors, and certainly stronger than the lightweight wimpy weak "Paper".

    So, YOU roll in with PAPER, and you'll win this contest 80% of the time.

    Do not agree to a best 2 out of 3. Why? You've already won the contest. No need to continue. You've capitalized on your knowledge and exploited your opponent's weakness.

    Game over. You win.
  4. Punkcity

    Punkcity Well-Known Member

    Mar 31, 2020
    CEO, manager of sublease my account name.inc
    Troll tag team one accounts head , Skipptophia.
    Remember to take a lot of money with you next time you play. You are clueless and at least you can “ENJOY YOURSELF” by losing everything you have in your bank account. The casinoverse deserves every cent you own.

    I look forward to your continued ENJOYMENT.
    gizmotron likes this.

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