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Roulette Does anyone make a living from roulette?

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by 5pinn, Jun 30, 2023.

  1. SPIKE

    SPIKE Well-Known Member

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    I prove it to the casino every time I play and they pay me. That's all the proof I need. If you mean I've never proven it to you who the hell are you to me. You believing me or not has absolutely no effect on reality. The only people I want to convince all work for the casino. And I don't have a system, I have a method. Systems don't work.
     
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  2. Sentinel 1

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    Exactly you are a Carrot dangler. Which is actually worse than a system seller. At least with a system seller you would get the system to use. Good or bad. You come on here and act like some roulette guru. Carrot dangling but really giving nothing. Anybody could say I have a system/method and it makes me alot of money. That's the exact reason I'm here. I got fed up of reading threads like yours. Playing games with people. For the FIRST time ever in roulette history. I'm going to prove that I have a true winning system. And it indeed makes money longterm.

    You will be playing games on here forever.
     
  3. SPIKE

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    No you won't, you'll just talk about it forever like all system sellers do. It's always someday, someday you're going to prove it. You'll never prove it because you've got nothing. Anyway, I don't have time for this crap.
     
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  4. Sentinel 1

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    Yeah because I ousted you as the chief carrot dangler on here. So runaway and creep back to check from time to time. And you might learn how real winning is done. Goodnight Vienna.
     
  5. redietz

    redietz Well-Known Member

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    I don't play roulette unless I'm using some bonus coupon or have some reason to play it. I can't wait for the anonymous dude to prove he wins at roulette.

    Now why don't you just post your name and address so anyone interested can travel to Roulette Mecca and consult the Swami?

    P.S. In Billy Walters' book, he discusses how he ordered roulette wheels from various manufacturers so he could take them apart piece by piece to try to understand biases.
     
  6. Sentinel 1

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    You need help. When everyone else on here posts their name and address I will think about it. How come you haven't asked Spike to do this? He has been on here forever and can't even reveal his system. Get your priorities right MR. Go in on the veterans on here before you come for me...
     
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  7. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

    Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone Well-Known Member Lineage to Founders

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    Actually Billy Walters wasn't the brains behind the big plays. Gentlemen Jackie Newton was the man behind them. He died around 12 years ago.
     
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  8. redietz

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    Ummmm, that's really pretty far from being accurate in any way. We're talking 30 years of plays. And multiple roundtables of sports-specific experts recruited by Walters, of whom I was one.

    I was hired by Walters in 2002 and worked for him for a football season. I just co-hosted a discussion of his book, Gambler, with the Johnson City Men's Book Club last month.
     
  9. redietz

    redietz Well-Known Member

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    Hey, if being anonymous is your thing, go for it. Nothing like anonymity for credibility, they always say. Actually, nobody says that, but what the hell.
     
  10. Sentinel 1

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    Listen live video footage of me winning. And taking a 2k bankroll up to 14k plus in 16 weeks cannot he disputed. I will even name check the likes of you punkcity,Richie,spike and all the other haters after each win.
     
  11. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

    Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone Well-Known Member Lineage to Founders

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    That would explain why you didn't know about the biased wheel plays from the 80s. You were probably just part of the recent sports bets and messenger betting.

    Jackie arranged the biggest plays.
     
  12. redietz

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    You must be older than me to think that 2002 is "recent." I was in Las Vegas 90-100 days a year for 20+ years starting in 1982.

    And "arranging" the biggest plays is not the same as being "the brains" behind them. Two entirely different things. Being "the brains" implies that he either wrote the programming that generated the plays or was one of the handicappers hired by Walters to be part of his brain trust. "Arranging" implies that, after plays were decided, he did the organizational legwork to get the money down, which was quite an involved process.

    More to the point, have you read the book?
     

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