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Roulette Session tracking

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by Gigi666, Feb 3, 2022.

  1. SPIKE

    SPIKE Well-Known Member

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    Smart Live had real wheels.
     
  2. Keyser Soze

    Keyser Soze Active Member

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    @SPIKE

    I don’t get what you’re trying to say.
    Are you tryna say that playing at an RNG table that you’ll never encounter a sleeping dozen, and sleeping dozens will only be found on real wheel roulette tables?
     
  3. SPIKE

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    I'm saying it's not unusual on a real wheel for a dozen to sleep for 15 or 20 spins. On an RNG wheel that seems to be a much rarer event. I seem to see dozens sleeping on an RNG wheel for not nearly as long most of the time. Maybe on the RNG Wheels everybody else has played they sleep for 25 and 30 spins all the time. I can only report on the ones I have played. Things that I see on a regular basis on a real wheel seem to be rarer events on the RNG.
     
  4. THR33 X THR33

    THR33 X THR33 New Member

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    But surely if you get certain long losing sequences on a real wheel but they are rarer on an rng then why isn't it better to play an rng. Aren't long losing sequences the bank roll killers, so fewer of them on rng has to be better?
     
  5. SPIKE

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    RNG's produce pseudo-random outcomes which I find very difficult to read accurately.
    Outcomes on a real wheel are much more readable because it's true random or what passes for true random on a roulette wheel.
     
  6. Keyser Soze

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    @SPIKE
    You could read true random numbers but you can’t read pseudo random numbers?:bored:

    I’ve seen evidence on online roulette tables making questionable bounces that defy the laws of gravity. Things that make you ask yourself how is online roulette fair and not corrupt. I’ve never trust online roulette for this very reason. If you want true random roulette numbers B&M casinos is where’s its at.

    I already know what your response gonna be when it comes to online roulette.
     
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  7. SPIKE

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    The vast majority of casinos that offer live games pay a third-party to produce the results. Like Playtech or Evolution. They sell their product to hundreds of casinos. They are also selling their reputation because what casino is going to buy the product if they know they cheat. What would be the point of them cheating, they get their money from the casinos not the players. They don't care where a player places a bet, it has nothing to do with them. Even if they could they have no incentive to cheat, they would be cutting their own throats. The questionable bounces you think you see are due to the modern construction of roulette wheels. They are designed so the ball bounces around a lot. For a comparison try to find a video of a wheel from the 1980s that had the high frets next to the pockets. It's hilarious, it's almost like the wheel reaches out and grabs the ball, there's almost no bounce at all.
     

  8. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Progressions . Time to read up on Frank Barstows principle of diminishing probabilities .
     

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