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Roulette Rigged or not.....

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by HAL, Dec 29, 2017.

  1. HAL

    HAL New Member

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    Can we expect the live roulette wheel in a B&M casino to be rigged in the near future? Maybe some of the forum members ever experienced something suspicious.
     
  2. TurboGenius

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    If there's ever a point when there's no basic wheel and dealer available - I won't play the game there and will go somewhere else. Anything that doesn't involve a dealer and a typical basic wheel can be rigged.
     
  3. HAL

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    I mean, when it looks like the real deal. But all of sudden you're bets at the end of you're progression won't show for some reason. I mean zero, nada. As if there is an eye in the sky that sees and calculates which number is the most profitable. Like after the ball is spun a computer takes over (speed of rotor)and drops the ball in that particular number (maybe computer controlled magnets). Is this scenario too far fetched or is it legit when a certain amount of payout is met. It's difficult to prove anything I know and they don't have to use tactics like this all the time.
     
  4. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    If a game or machine doesn't allow bets after the ball is spun, then you should know that the game is rigged and the results are predetermined based on your bet locations.
     
  5. HAL

    HAL New Member

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    Dr Sir A don't you think the scenario is possible after the ball is spun?
     
  6. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    On a live table, you can place bets after the ball is spun, and the results are fair.

    HOWEVER

    On some of the machines you can NOT place a bet after the ball is spun, even on the outside, so you should consider such machines to be CHEATING MACHINES designed to cheat the player. For example in Pennsylvania and Las Vegas there are several of these machines. My suggestion is to stay away from them. I've read that INTERBLOCK has lawsuits against them for predatory craps machines as well. Steer clear!
    http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/broward/article128935259.html

    Also if you see a machine where the wheel appears to speed up or slow down after the ball is spun, then you should think twice about playing the machine. I believe the Vegas Star Machines do this.

    Only a fair game lets you place bets after the ball is spun on the outside and inside.
     
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  7. RouletteGhost

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    I played roulette today at jakes 58

    Here’s a question. It’s a legit one

    What evidence do you have or information do you posses that tells you the machines aren’t rigged if it lets you bet after the airball machine spins?

    The way I see it is that the machines can veryyyy easily be rigged. On the flip side, why rig a machine that has an unfair payout to the player and will always rake in profits no matter what

    Are airball machines rigged or not we really do not know

    I also played bubble craps. Was fun as hell! It’s dice in a bubble didn’t seem like foul play to me
     
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  8. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    I thought that you were mainly an online player? (I thought you only played in a real casino maybe once or twice a year.)

    If you see the wheel change wheel speeds during the spin, as if to avoid your bets, then assume it's cheating.
    If you can't bet after the ball is spun, then like the rest of us, assume it's cheating.
     
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  9. johndexter

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    NONE,of the UK Sling shot machines in William Hill ,Ladbrokes or Grovesnor Casinos are rigged,They all use each others live feeds.Ive had descent payouts without any problems.
     
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  10. Dr. Sir Anyone Anyone

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

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    They don't need to be rigged. The house edge is sufficient enough to beat all players.
     
  11. asymbacguy

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    Exactly, it's the same opinion I have.
     
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