Do the relevant gaming commissions [ukgc, malta etc] inspect/certify the roulette equipment, including random on the spot tests?
Quite possiblyGravity? Earthquake? Her favourite toy under the table? Who knows? Who cares?
The ball was only vibrating when the wheel was spinning.
It is just the way it is when it is spinning. If the wheel was static and the ball was put on top of the wheel tip it would not vibrate...... Everything or anything will move if there is forces involved.
Agreed.There are a lot of vids on utube making accusations, however I find it hard to believe a big, established firm, subject to testing, would be doing anything untoward.
In theory I agree with you, there's no need for a huge company like evolution to fix things as they have a 2.7% house edge like you say and have a lot to lose if they got caught cheating by losing they're license, it makes sense! In practice though they're tables are definitely controlled in some way, in the above video you can clearly see the ball was going to drop in the 10 pocket and was pulled to number 01, the key word there was "pulled" not bounced!!Agreed.
A roulette table is a machine that in the long run makes the owner 2.7% of every single bet placed on it. Why would anyone in their right mind do something "dodgy" that could put doubt into the minds of the people that feed it...?