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roulette question: would this work?

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by mercska, May 10, 2012.

    May 10, 2012
  1. mercska

    mercska Dormant account

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    Newb here. I would like to know what you think about Martingale system applied to colours in a game of roulette?
    The reason I'm asking is because I've been playing at 32Red casino playing only practice mode and so far I've come from 1000 to 1400 credits in just under two hours! Are they using different algorithms fro practice play than for the real thing so it would be ''easier'' to win in practice? Do you think that casinos even allow a player to use such a system?
     
  2. May 10, 2012
  3. Nifty29

    Nifty29 Dormant account

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    Systems don't work. No person has ever invented a method to consistently predict the outcome of a random event....because there is no possible way to do so....otherwise it wouldn't be random.

    You're wasting your time, and your money.
     
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  5. KasinoKing

    KasinoKing WebMeister & Slotaholic.. CAG MM PABnonaccred webmeister

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    Not only allow it - they positively welcome it! :thumbsup:
    There is NO way to beat roulette, period.
    People have been trying for a hundred years to beat the wheel - but casinos still let people play it - why do you think that is?

    Systems can be fun to try and add some excitement to your play for sure - but what NONE of them can do is guarantee a long-term profit.
    (Except profit for the casino! :p)

    KK
     
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  7. Rick Deckard

    Rick Deckard Experienced Member

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    I don't believe they make it easier for you to win in practice play.

    The Martingale can as you've tested make some gains, but any experianced player will tell you it's not workable in the long run. Plus the table limits are set so low that they end your game and past profits when you encounter the inevitable losing streak. To sum up the Martingale if it was racing horse it would be known as a rocking horse with 3 legs.

    If you accept a bonus and play a system, expect your winnings to be confiscated at 90% of casinos. 32RED have a max chip size of £6 in bonus playthrough, so it would be useless anyway. Play without the bonus and you should be fine.
     
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  9. dazlazz

    dazlazz Experienced Member

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    I can't remember who posted recently, but very accurate: The only way to win at roulette is to build your own casino!
     
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  11. Simmo!

    Simmo! Moderator Staff Member

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    Microgaming (32Red etc) Fun Mode has the same odds as Real Play - the good licensing jurisdictions insist on that.

    What makes me laugh is the scammers who write books and sell "systems" to beat roulette when, if they truly had a winning system, the last thing they'd do is tell other people :D The cleverest one (well, heading that way anyway) is the scammer who says "you only pay me for my system if you win" which means about 49% of the naive people that "buy" it will pay him/her something while the other 51% lose just as they would have anyway.

    Actually, thinking about it, I do have a fool-proof strategy for beating online slots as it happens - maybe I should offer that to everyone on CM and because I am so confident it will work, I'll only charge you if you win! Takers?
     
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  13. ksb11

    ksb11 Senior Member

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    1- A casino will allow any system, if they don't they're rogue
    2- Practice play is probably the same as real at most casinos
    3- the Martingale systeem on colors is the easiest way 2 lose your bankroll
    Advice- if you are gonna use that system use it on the dozen sections (1-12, 13-24, 25-36), and get out while your ahead or u will lose your bankroll that way as well. Short, aggressive play, withdrawl!:thumbsup:
     
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  15. Rick Deckard

    Rick Deckard Experienced Member

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    The only way to win at online slots is to build your own online slot machine!
     
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  17. threescatters

    threescatters Dormant account PABnonaccred

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    I would say the above statement is very wrong for a multiple of reasons.

    A good example : You must register/login in order to see the link.

    They beat the game with scanners and the casino ended up calling the police. However charges were dropped as it was decided nothing illegal took place and they got to keep the money, after legally beating a fair game of roullete.

    This does not change the fact OP that martingale is a very very bad idea. It is funny how every gambler at some point "invents" martingale themselves - its just a way to lose all your money tho!
     
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  19. mercska

    mercska Dormant account

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    Thanks for all the replies guys!
    Yeah, an hour after posting this question I played some more using martingale (in practice mode only thank God) and there were 11 consecutive black numbers so I lost all credits. Thanks for all the advice, dropping martingale this second!
     
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  21. skiny

    skiny Banned User - violation of <a href="http://www.cas

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    Actually the martingale system works every single time you use it if you have an infinite amount of money... But then if you have an infinite amount of money you probably have better things to do than play online roulette. Like buying your own monkey... Or the bones of a famous long dead, severely disfigured person.

    Be careful using obvious betting patterns though. Especially if you're using a bonus. You might not be playing within the spirit of the bonus.

    Maybe if my bonuses didn't come with spirits I'd be able to win with them. I wonder if I can have them exorcised. I'm calling a priest.
     
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  23. Simmo!

    Simmo! Moderator Staff Member

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    Plus most casinos (offline and online) impose max table limits that render Martingale pretty useless.
     
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  25. Seventh777

    Seventh777 RIP Roy

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    The only betting system i`ve heard about that works is horse racing and doubling up on the favourite of each race until it wins, however, you will need a gigantic bank roll and balls of steel to do this, keep to meetings that have no more than 8 - 10 horses per race, the betting pattern is this........

    Race 1 = £1.

    Race 2 = £2.

    Race 3 = £4

    And so on, until the favourite wins, then you start again from £1.

    I took a quick peek at today`s racing and Wincanton suited this system, the results........

    Race 1 = £1.

    Race 2 = £2.

    Race 3 = £4

    Race 4 = £8

    Race 5 = £16 Fav won at 13/8 a return of £42.

    Race 6 = £1 Fav won at 4/5 a return of £1.80p

    An outlay of £32 against a return of £43.80p and overall profit of £11.80p, but hey, don`t take my word for it, select a suitable race course for this system (small fields - 4-10 horses per race), monitor it for a few months and see what your nett returns/losses are, but, like I stated earlier you will need a huge bankroll for this, if there is a huge favourite winning drought ;).

    You can change the rules to suit your needs, selecting a trap number in Greyhound racing is a good option.
     
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  27. BingoT

    BingoT Nurses love to give shots

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    A great quoute to remember.

    Albert Einstein Quote is.........

     
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  29. SlotsRockImo

    SlotsRockImo Full Member

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    This system works don't listen to this guys. What do they know.

    But two little things you need for it to work:

    1. No table limit
    2. Unlimited bankroll

    You can't loose. Never.
     
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  31. Nifty29

    Nifty29 Dormant account

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    You probably can't LOSE either.

    Actually, you're kind of making the argument for those warning the OP off using the system online.....or just about anywhere for that matter.

    No online casinos offer #1, and nobody playing online would have #2 (probably due to the fact there is no #1).
     
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  33. Nifty29

    Nifty29 Dormant account

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    You would need to start with far more than $1 to be able to give up the day job, and if the favorites won most races your investment may hardly be worth it at a fixed low starting bet. Far better off studying form, rating horses yourself, and placing decent bets when the bookies odds are better than your own estimate.
     
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  35. Silencio

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    Searching the forum: doesn't it work? :p (question seems to return every week or so)
    Never mind me, welcome to the forum.
    I'm just amazed people still think beating the system can be done. Same with those pyramid and matrix scams. You would think now in this day and age with google, stuff like that would cease to exist. But it's still very much alive.
    Also if you would find a system that works (like others before me said isn't possible in the long run), the casinos almost always know when you use any system and will refuse to pay you your winnings. So you'll lose even if you win..
     
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  37. Simmo!

    Simmo! Moderator Staff Member

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    :lolup: Very good :thumbsup:

    You really should cut non-English speakers some slack Nifty... even some of them get LOSE and LOOSE mixed up!! Harsh.

    And he wasn't being serious here, you know that right?
     
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  39. Nifty29

    Nifty29 Dormant account

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    Yes, I didn't notice the country, so I apologise. It's something that drives me nuts and most times I sit on my hands....guess I picked a bad time not to :rolleyes: (It's also because their English is otherwise better than some native English speakers so I didn't even look for the country)

    @slotsrock - I apologise :)
     
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