Your Input Please Alleged roulette scam

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OK I can't stand the pissing game so have never played it either in land-based or online. I have this YT subscriber who has forwarded me two videos he thinks could show a scam. I'm pretty sure about the first obviously but the second?? Is it worth it for a small bet?

 
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I think more the issue is it probably almost goes on 100% somewhere. We all like to think our favourite casino's are squeaky clean, but you only need to look at 99.9% of there terms to state they will use every trick in the book to keep your cash.
Where there is money they will always be a element of corruption, it's impossible to stop.
The second video could show anything really, is there actually any stringent regulation for casino games like roulette and blackjack live?. I don't play them so I'm unsure.
There's plenty of online videos with dubious ball bouncing (pardon the pun) but proving anything untoward is going on would be nee impossible.
 

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The person behind the videos says he sent them because of the unnatural (he alleges) way he seems to lose when having raised stakes substantially and the potential house loss is highest, in some cases when covering 33 numbers.
 

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The person behind the videos says he sent them because of the unnatural (he alleges) way he seems to lose when having raised stakes substantially and the potential house loss is highest, in some cases when covering 33 numbers.

That streaming chap rock and roll-up im sure also had some similar complaints.
Some of what I seen does seem questionable at best, but there's no real way of proving it, it'll fall into the casino mystery abyss, much like a decent win on the turd.
 

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Call me naive, but I am 100% sure that big providers like NetEnt and Evolution Gaming don't cheat. I mean, why would they?

That second video don't prove a thing if you ask me. Roulette balls spin and bounce in the strangest ways, some times to your benefit as well. If you have watched rocknrollas sessions, you would see it goes both ways.
 

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I too am sceptical that my main three operators would do something like that... but this is certainly something worth bearing in mind. If I hear that ball a buzzin', I'm off! Thanks for the heads up.
 
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