Roulette & 50/50 Gambling

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Old Jul 26, 2015, 4:36pm   #31
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personally I have seen 17 red in a row in golden nugget of London,
one gentleman who lost 100,000k plus within half an hour. I also have seen
number 3 repeat 6 times and 7th number was 35
martingale system. won't work. otherwise there will be no casino around ,managing the risk is the only key to succeed ,trading as well
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Old Aug 1, 2015, 12:24am   #32
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You see, there are 2 aspects of playing roulette -

1. You need selection method; choose what to bet on.

2. You need a betting method, how much to bet on your selection.

Often people get confused and can't separate the 2

There is a selection method, very easy, you will be on those long runs of 27 red / black, odd / even, high / low each and every time.

Simply place your bet on the 2nd previous bet

eg. say there is B R B R R - the bet is on R, whatever the outcome, the next bet will still be on R as the last outcome is also R

The only killer is runs of RR BB RR BB RR BB

And I'm thinking that is harder to find than 27 reds !!!

Now you need a betting progression to go along with that; what is the longest theoretical run of losses?

Anybody?

And I'm thinking that is harder to find than 27 reds !!!

Well you are wrong as it is exactly the same. I will spare you the proof. there is no way to change the odds. the odds are the odds. they remain the same no matter how you bet!

the sucker play is in the thinking. Don't think about it. Walk away.

and especially do not read a book on how to win. it is impossible. the mind however does not understand probability and statistics. therein lies the problem why people keep thinking they can win.
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