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abbusive strategy?

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by henoch, Apr 14, 2005.

    Apr 14, 2005
  1. henoch

    henoch Dormant account

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    Hi

    I couldn't find this topic in forums.
    what is an abbusive strategy? is it a strategy tha actually will let You win?
    for example:
    lets say tha I can play french or european roulette always starting with small bet and betting on mostly colors. In an hour i can come up with 100-200$ clean win.
    lets say I call it a day and I do it every day or 5 days a week.
    Will casino ban me for having such a steady daily winnings?
    or do they care about such small daily amounts?
    thanks for reply!
     
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  3. orangeindiana

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  5. universexf6

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    Yes the "abusive strategy" is the strategy that makes YOU win.

    Casinos always tend to forget there shouldn't be any kind of "strategy"
    for "randomly" controlled games but somehow some players can
    find loop holes for a time being and Casinos who try to benefit from the
    weakness labell them as "abusive strategy".

    That is it.
     
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  7. KasinoKing

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    Welcome to the forum!

    I can't see anything vaguely abusive about the 'strategy' you describe, and I don't think you should have a problem with any reputable casino. (As long as you're not clearing a bonus where Roulette (or even-chance betting) is prohibited).

    All I can see is extreme good luck!
    (Or have you actually discovered the 'Holy Grail' - a Roulette scheme that actually guarantees that you win! :D )
     
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  9. thelawnet

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    or (more likely) loss of the same amount.....

    Abusive would be to bet on odd and even (and probably 0 too) in order to guarantee that you walk away with the casino's money. This is only relevant when you have taken a bonus.

    If you have not taken a bonus, short of hacking, there is no possible abusive strategy in online casinos.
     
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  11. GotToWinNow

    GotToWinNow Dormant account

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    You mean to get credit for matching bonuses, right? Otherwise, odd AND even wouldn't walk away with the house's money or am I missing something?
     
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  13. thelawnet

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    in other words if you have a $500 WR for a $100 bonus, and you cover all the options on roulette, baccarat or craps, until you have wagered $500.
     
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  15. bpb

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    There are no bonuses that I know of that would be have a profitable expectation by wagering on red/black in roulette. Casinos that have a restriction on playing roulette with bonus money, while allowing blackjack, are lacking some fundamental understanding of math.
     
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  17. Vesuvio

    Vesuvio Dormant account

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    That's not really true. If the wr's under 37x bonus then you can guarantee a profit covering all options at roulette (if you're allowed to). It can be done at quite a few places, though usually you'd be better off just playing BJ.
     
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  19. GrandMaster

    GrandMaster Ueber Meister CAG

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    The point is that roulette could provide a guaranteed, risk-free profit, whereas there is no such opportunity at blackjack or most other games. It can be a rational decision to sacrifice some of the expected value to reduce or eliminate risk.
     
  20. Apr 15, 2005
  21. thelawnet

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    you neeed to look a bit harder. There are probably half-a-dozen, at least. Not really worth it, but they do exist.
     

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