Question Online Roulette RNG Casino Play

NewGuyInTown

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Hi how is everyone? Im new to the forum and was thinking of starting to play online roulette. Im from the New England area of the USA. I have a few questions i hope someone can help me with.

Ive read online that some online roulette RNG sites have software built in to track how you play so that eventually if you play certain ways or win too much money their system kicks in and will make sure you lose. Also ive heard that if you just overall make to much profit consistently that some sites will ban your account.
Im thinking of joining maybe 10 sites (give or take) and just make about 1 dollar a day for each site playing 1 dollar hands on mostly the outside betting area of the table. I figure if i do that then throughout the month all the sites added up will help me earn a bit of spending money here and there. So with that out of the way here are a couple questions i have.

1) If certain roulette RNG sites do have that game play tracking software how would i go about staying undetected , For instance should i change up my betting style and if so how often , how much am i able to win per sitting without bringing the softwares attention to me?

2) Let's assume im winning somewhat consistantly and im withdrawing a profit each month , will some sites give me a hard time for that and if so how do i remedy something like this before it even happens?

3) I'm thinking of doing this with at least 10 online roulette sites , does anyone have a list of the safest fairest roulette sites on the net for a US player?

I apologize if these questions have been asked before ,, im a newby and figured it would be easier to get all the information in one posting and have all my ducks in line before i started playing.
Thank you all in advance
 

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Ive read online that some online roulette RNG sites have software built in to track how you play so that eventually if you play certain ways or win too much money their system kicks in and will make sure you lose. Also ive heard that if you just overall make to much profit consistently that some sites will ban your account.
Unless you are talking about some flunky unheard of software, those 2 rumours are merely that - and they are nonsense!

Roulette is one of the simplest games to understand in terms of the maths - there are 37 numbers (EU Roulette) and ANY bet you place returns 36x your bet (pro-rata, depending on where you place the chips).
36/37 = 0.972973 = 97.2973% = the RTP of the game.
If you keep playing it indefinitely, you will lose. It's a mathematical certainty.

The same applies to ALL casino games: none of them favour the player - for obvious reasons!

Casinos don't need to cheat - the house edge ensures they win in the end.
Sure players can get lucky, win big and withdraw a nice profit sometimes, but overall they will lose.

I think your plan is totally unnecessary, but if you do still go ahead with it, please make sure you chose reputable casinos who will pay up without any hassles.

Welcome to the forum & Good Luck! :thumbsup:
KK
 

NewGuyInTown

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Thank you for the information Sir.

Ive read some horror stories online about online roulette and was hoping to get experienced players thoughts on these subjects before i jumped in.Do you happen to know a large list of online casinos that are safe and fair for USA players?
 

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Thank you for the information Sir.

Ive read some horror stories online about online roulette and was hoping to get experienced players thoughts on these subjects before i jumped in.Do you happen to know a large list of online casinos that are safe and fair for USA players?
Well I don't like to self promote on the forum, but I do run websites listing USA casinos that I think are safe and reputable.
See the first 3 links in my signature below.

KK
 

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Well I don't like to self promote on the forum, but I do run websites listing USA casinos that I think are safe and reputable.
See the first 3 links in my signature below.

KK

No-one minds as Bryan doesn't accredit USA generally now since the Kahnawake issue, I gave up on the USA market and you've persisted with it and know more about it than probably most on here. I would always point posters in your direction as I did in another thread today. :thumbsup:
 

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Great post by KasinoKing, explaining it very well.

Roulette can be very fun, but don't be fooled by all the sites and videos around the web claiming they know the secret to beating roulette. If there where such a system, why would anyone share it? Not to mention that all online casinos would go bust from players beating the game.
 

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Unless you are talking about some flunky unheard of software, those 2 rumours are merely that - and they are nonsense!

Roulette is one of the simplest games to understand in terms of the maths - there are 37 numbers (EU Roulette) and ANY bet you place returns 36x your bet (pro-rata, depending on where you place the chips).
36/37 = 0.972973 = 97.2973% = the RTP of the game.
If you keep playing it indefinitely, you will lose. It's a mathematical certainty.

The same applies to ALL casino games: none of them favour the player - for obvious reasons!

Casinos don't need to cheat - the house edge ensures they win in the end.
Sure players can get lucky, win big and withdraw a nice profit sometimes, but overall they will lose.

I think your plan is totally unnecessary, but if you do still go ahead with it, please make sure you chose reputable casinos who will pay up without any hassles.

Welcome to the forum & Good Luck! :thumbsup:
KK

Yet quite a few softwares have cheated, all detected by players FWIW.
 
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