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love2winalot

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Hiya: I think it is doyles casino. They have 3 wheel roulette. On each spin, all 3 wheels spin, and you get 3 numbers to hit. Unlike betvoyager that has 3 balls, here you could get the same number to hit 2 or even 3 times in one spin. here is the question?

17-34-22
2-14-2
8-14-23
9-16-30

If those are the numbers that hit on each of the 3 wheels, over 4 spins, are the results, "ACCORDING TO THE MATH", the same as if those same numbers, came up in the same order on 1 wheel roulette over 12 spins? ie

17-34-22-2-14-2-8-14-23-9-16-30.

In other words, If I took recorded spins off of 1 wheel roulette, like shown above, and put then into groups of 3, are the results the same, as if i was playing 3 wheel roulette?

normal= 12-15-35-36-3-14-12-10-10, does this become on 3 wheel
12-15-35
36-3-14
12-10-10
?????? Thanks. I ask, because i will be able to play 3 wheel roulette next week.
 

big_mac

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I'm not an expert, and not even sure of the question.

If the balls can land in the same slot, without inteference from the other balls, then you can certainly treat them as if there were different spins without changing any probabilities.

But recording a sequence of spins is pretty much mathematically meaningless for a 'random' event anyway.
 

Kenny Lingus

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Yes, the odds are the same, since each occurance has exactly the same probability of hitting (assuming the # of available zero slots is the same in all instances).

It doesn't matter if you spin each of the wheels seperately, 3 at a time, or all at the same time, for that matter.
 

manofsteel

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I think it's hard to say with a random number generator but I would treat each as independent from the others.

Based on my own strategies, I have found that the only way to know if something is going to work for sure is to test like crazy on free mode and then test again like crazy with the lowest possible minimum. I have also found that my strategy evolves to something completely different on each casino because some seem to act a little different than others.

Given the super low minimum and the zero house edge on Betvoyager (even with the 3 ball roulette,) I would give that casino a try.
 

KasinoKing

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In other words, If I took recorded spins off of 1 wheel roulette, like shown above, and put then into groups of 3, are the results the same, as if i was playing 3 wheel roulette?
Yes.

Isn't Doyle's RTG?
When did RTG introduce 3 wheel roulette? :confused:
I knew BetVoyager & WagerWorks had it, but didn't know it was available anywhere else!

KK
 

jas2587

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Yes.

Isn't Doyle's RTG?
When did RTG introduce 3 wheel roulette? :confused:
I knew BetVoyager & WagerWorks had it, but didn't know it was available anywhere else!

KK
yes Doyles is RTG the OP says they think it is Doyles

Cindy:)
 

love2winalot

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How can i Play there you ask?

Well, i could just use my super haking skills. They are almost as good as my spelling skills....:rolleyes:

Actually, We leave for our 5 week vacation in the Philippines on Wednesday. My brotherinlaw already set up an account at betvoyager, and we send him the money to deposit into them. The other 1/2 of the bankroll will go into Boyles Casino, as i will set that up in my name if possible when i am there. If not, i will use my in laws again. See, this is the only reason i let them hang around, you know, to help with my Gambling Adventures........:thumbsup:
 

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