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Roulette Is anyone beating this game consistently?

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by Rinad, Sep 29, 2021.

  1. Rinad

    Rinad Active Member

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    I have not been on any forum for a time and as I was just surfing, browsing through this forum, the thought or question that came to mind was;

    out of the hundreds of players ,if not thousands of us, some writing for years, all these great brains with knowledge, math and experience combine, how many of us can said truly ;

    I beat this game and I do it on a regular basis, not a problem !!!

    I just like to hear from players who do, and perhaps from those who are very close to do so, and not to start questioning what your method is, I am just really curious and wonder how many are there, who are actually doing it ???

    after all, isn't that what its all about ? I can talk a great game, writing all types of great statements, showing how smart I am, but in the end........what does it mean, all this knowledge if I cant use it to materialize net profits at the end of the year ???

    God Bless,

    Rinad
     
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  2. TurboGenius

    TurboGenius Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    I think most of it depends on what the definition of "beat the game" is.
    I've seen people play and be well into profit just to lose it back and then the bankroll they came with.
    Does that mean that they didn't "win" because they decided not to stop when they were in profit ?
    Even the most anti-system people agree that most sessions you play will be in profit at some point.
    Not many people ever go and lose right from the start without ever being in a profit of some sort.

    I went with a friend who had never been to a casino and wanted to experience it all.
    He brought $100.00 and within 15 minutes had $200.00
    Would you logically think that doubling your money was a very good day ? I would.
    To him it was "not enough to stop" and "it's only been 15 minutes". This kind of thinking
    is what destroys people and causes them to end up leaving with nothing - and complaining
    that they can never win.
    If you put $100.00 into a stock, it could take more than a year if the stock performs very very well
    for you to walk away with $200.00.
    But 15 minutes compared to more than a year wasn't good enough I suppose.
    People (especially gamblers) are motivated by greed alone - when doubling your money in 15 minutes
    isn't even enough to satisfy that need - then there's no way you should be gambling.
    What if the same person went 10 times and lost $100 each time and is $1,000 in the hole and on
    the 11th trip wins $1,100.00. Did they not win ? Do they have a profit ? If they quit during the 10
    losing sessions because they gave up then what was the point other than to lose ?

    So to answer your question, I would say that it depends on what your expectations are.
    If you want to win consistently then that isn't a problem at all. If you want to turn $1.00 into a million then you're going to face
    a lot of loss along the way and probably will give up at some point well before that goal is reached.

    And knowledge is never a waste as you seem to put it. Learn all that you can, even if it seems useless -
    there is NO useless knowledge. If you try something that tanks - don't discard it as a failure, learn
    from it. Things will click into place. Like an inventor who fails 1,000 times and then makes it on the 1,001th try.
    It isn't about the trail of failures, but the process of getting to success and the knowledge obtained along the
    way. You can't cheat the process and look at the end product that works and with no knowledge of the
    failures that it took to get there just assume it was an easy process.
     
  3. Daniel

    Daniel Member

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    If you click my name you find a post “my way or the highway”. Stopped with the pandemic… but we can see how the story went.
     
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  4. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Myself and a few others have been trained or trained themselves in the skills presented in the Roulette section titled 'Reading Randomness.' Everyone of these that have demonstrated success have shown that they lose a few strategically regulated sessions once in a while. But that is made up for with the fact that they have demonstrated consistently that they win enough times to come out ahead, on average, about two to one playing an almost even chance odds game. Current mathematical assumptions dictates that this is impossible to achieve. Nevertheless a few skilled players are doing so. That thread is presented as a self taught exercise. It includes practice software so that a person can prove to themselves that they have the talent or not. It is a typical discussion thread strewn with the usual distractions and interruptions from gambling skeptics to trolls. It also includes the work done by others that have taught themselves.
     
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  5. Rinad

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  6. Rinad

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    if we are talking about about consistency, staying ahead of the game even after getting losing sessions, having a very high level of confidence in your skills and knowledge, be 100 % sure you can win long term, making profit.........

    then I ask ; who can said 'I" beat this game ???

    is there anyone ?

    I know we can go into too many details about defining " winning ", so lets just think of it much simpler, in a way that if if someone had a job somewhere and you were asking that person "eh man, are you making money at your new job?" , they would answer yes or no .

    granted making money playing has its own characteristic lets keep it simple.
    when someone comes up to you and ask you "are you winning consistently " ??? what do you answer ?

    of course you can lie or tell the truth to anyone, but what if that person you are asking is YOU ???

    what is your answer then ?

    Rinad
     
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  7. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Beating WHAT ? EC .Dozens , Columns ,neighbors on the wheel etc.
     
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  8. karumba

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    no-one much has replied. maybe no-one much is winning. looks like one or two replies have something profitable, though
     
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  9. Nathan Detroit

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    ?. translation please .
     
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  10. Jerry Adams

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    I am sure there's nobody to beat it constantly, that's why you don't get an answer. I think some people feel sometimes that they can control it short term, but that's all it is - short term. I heard about people finding bugs in the roulette software or electronics and then profiting from that, but that is also not a long term strategy - casinos and game companies will patch and fix their systems pretty quickly.

    I guess the only good strategy is "Good Luck"
     
  11. gizmotron

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    Yep, you must target good luck with boldness and back off in bad luck.
     
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  12. Nathan Detroit

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    An excellent post above by Jerry Adams .
     
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  13. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    Yes, there is an anyone! There's me, Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone. And yes, roulette is my job. And the job is NOTHING like what most forum members can imagine. The best way to describe the job is nerd, nerd, more nerding, and then winning grevious amounts of money.
     
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  14. karumba

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    Care to share your strategy?
     
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  15. karumba

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    Accidental double-up
     
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  16. Nathan Detroit

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    "sharing" ? No one would listen anyway.

    Even after sharing it is being bent and tweaked any which way.
     
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  17. karumba

    karumba Active Member

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    but you're not dr. sir anyone anyone
     
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  18. Naughty but nice

    Naughty but nice Well-Known Member

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    You do realise you're talking about a person who suffers from Dissociative identity disorder
     
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  19. karumba

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    no. how would i know?
     
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  20. Jerry Adams

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    Ah, look, three likes on my post! Thank you for the warm welcome.

    I learned this the hard way, but going into the casino should be "for fun" and not "to win". The difference between the two is the difference between a somewhat normal life and ruin. So thinking that you have control over roulette is short sighted, it will always bite you back - and when it bites, it bites hard.

    Let me put it in an even more depressing way - the people that say they treat it like a business are the ones that can't face the reality, the tears are still there, they just hide it. But then again, there's something in each casino player that hopes for a strategy, hopes that some other guy is winning, hopes that it is not all for nothing. That stupid hope is 90% of the problem - I look at the wheel spinning, I know it's 1 in 36, but you know what? I F*****G HOPE THAT THIS ROUND WILL FIX ME.

    I know that some of the more introspective people will understand what I am trying to say here. Good luck and sorry for the depressing post!

    Cheers!
     
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