Red and black in the same time

lanaliana

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Hello,

My question is - is it forbiden to bet on red and black in the same time in roulette ? For example 2 on red and 1 on black or 1 on red and 4 on black? Something like this.

Thank you in advance.
 

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It depends on casino's terms you are playing at, and if you were playing with bonus or not.
 

Seventh777

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ksb11

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Most casinos don't offer bonus's for Roulette, and if they do it's probably not worth the WR. So just for the sake of argument say there is no bonus involved, most casinos don't care how you bet, and they shouldn't, you should be able to bet anyway you want. There is no system mathematically that the House should be concerned about.
 

lanaliana

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Most casinos don't offer bonus's for Roulette, and if they do it's probably not worth the WR. So just for the sake of argument say there is no bonus involved, most casinos don't care how you bet, and they shouldn't, you should be able to bet anyway you want. There is no system mathematically that the House should be concerned about.
Probably I should ask them before I start to play like this? To be shure.
 

SlotMonster

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I assume betting on red/black at the same time can be an option if a player has limited number of "free spins" i.e. without bets. :rolleyes:
 

Simmo!

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I suspect that if it is simply to grind out a huge WR, build up comp points then the answer will be "no". I also suspect this type of thing has been used by money-launderers so again that will be something the casinos will watch for.

If you are doing number bets at the same time I expect you will be fine, but if it is just relatively evenly balanced red/black or odd/even etc then it's inevitable that the casino wil be susicious. No legitimate gambler would do that.
 

Cleveland

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I suspect that if it is simply to grind out a huge WR, build up comp points then the answer will be "no". I also suspect this type of thing has been used by money-launderers so again that will be something the casinos will watch for.
I was thinking they were up to this as well. The fact that they won't/can't say why they want to bet like this makes the topic feel suspect. And people wonder why so many casinos have crazy T&Cs.
 

lanaliana

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I suspect that if it is simply to grind out a huge WR, build up comp points then the answer will be "no". I also suspect this type of thing has been used by money-launderers so again that will be something the casinos will watch for.

If you are doing number bets at the same time I expect you will be fine, but if it is just relatively evenly balanced red/black or odd/even etc then it's inevitable that the casino wil be susicious. No legitimate gambler would do that.
money-launderer ??? :lolup: No I am not.
It's just for to play a bit more quicke. When lost on black , win on red
By the way I am very new in this. What it is WR?
 

Seventh777

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money-launderer ??? :lolup: No I am not.
It's just for to play a bit more quicke. When lost on black , win on red
By the way I am very new in this. What it is WR?
Well you are Swiss so I would nigh on guarantee that an inhabitant from a country with some of, if not the most lax banking regulations in the world would not need to hedge bet at casinos to launder money. W/R = wagering requirements ie - When you receive a casino deposit bonus or NDB it comes with a W/R (normally around x30) so a bonus of 100 credits would = a 3000 credits w/r.

Hope this clears it up:).
 

lanaliana

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Well you are Swiss so I would nigh on guarantee that an inhabitant from a country with some of, if not the most lax banking regulations in the world would not need to hedge bet at casinos to launder money. W/R = wagering requirements ie - When you receive a casino deposit bonus or NDB it comes with a W/R (normally around x30) so a bonus of 100 credits would = a 3000 credits w/r.

Hope this clears it up:).
Thank you and I am not a specialist in banking regulations not in my country not in others...:)
 

vinylweatherman

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This is often seen as an artificial betting strategy designed to produce turnover with variance held to the absolute minimum. It is oftehn used to grind out WR after a big hit early on where a bonus is in play. Most casinos prohibit this strategy for bonus play.

Another use is for a "wager challenge" tournament, where high turnover at low variance is desired. If no bonus has been claimed, this should not really be a problem because even if every competitor did it, the casino would still make a profit on the game.

Those that believe they have a foolproof "roulette system" may try such odd strategies until they eventually find out they were wrong, and the casino has all their money. Casinos that understand the product will not fear this, although those that don't have sometimes cried "system" as though somehow a roulette betting strategy was capable of forcing roulette to pay over 100% RTP.

A niche use (most have now cottoned on) is that if French Roulette is on the standard 50% weighting at a newly launched Microgaming casino, the RTP is great enough for a grind of bonus WR to be +EV because of the French rule variant that if zero appears, half of every even money bet is refunded. This is usually caught as "irregular play", and often results in any winnings being confiscated.
 
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