Winning roulette strategy

Vinicius2000

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Hello my name is Vinicius, I live in Brazil!
I am playing roulette online for 1 week using a strategy, I am being profitable!
I have more than 5000 spins and I never missed a game session!
My question for you here on the forum who are more experienced, a good roulette strategy has to be profitable after how many thousand roulette spins?
Thanks
(Sorry about my English)
 

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Vinicius2000

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Hey @Vinicius2000 Welcome on board, you could take a look this thread its a bit old but have some TIPs perhaps could "help" you: How to win at Roulette. But as our Boss posted:
"@everyone who believes in systems: please refer to Casinomeister's mission statement:
Casinomeister’s Philosophy and Mission Statement
"
Thanks for the likes, great discussions on them!
I will continue with my strategy, I am playing little money but for fun the coronavirus will not let me leave the house!
If I continue to win or lose everything I'll let you know!
 

Borgie

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Hello my name is Vinicius, I live in Brazil!
I am playing roulette online for 1 week using a strategy, I am being profitable!
I have more than 5000 spins and I never missed a game session!
My question for you here on the forum who are more experienced, a good roulette strategy has to be profitable after how many thousand roulette spins?
Thanks
(Sorry about my English)

You cannot win long term.... simples..
Casinos would go bust.
 

goatwack

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Best strategy as every pro player knows is the 'Tap & swipe' method. When a winning player is about to collect their chips, simply tap them on the shoulder, point into the far distance and say "Look!".

As they frantically try to make out what they're supposed to be looking at, simply 'swipe' a few of their chips, before concluding "Oh yeah, it wasn't Rihanna after all"

I'm several thousand £K up with this method, and I have the black eyes to prove it
 

Reelsoffun

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You cannot win long term.... simples..
Casinos would go bust.

I think its more of a case that not everyone can win all the time or casinos would go bust.

In 2018 a mate of a mate of mine was banned permanently from the rank group for consistently winning on roulette over a 14 month period.
He was playing totally within the rules, not cheating in anyway but they took the decision to ban him.

When people say roulette cannot be beaten long term I totally agree when your referring to every player but im not convinced that it cannot be beaten by a few, and I have seen proof of this.

With a balanced wheel, probabilities are still at play long term and can be used with average luck.
With a wheel with a bias can be beaten as well.

From personal experience I would say roulette can be beaten by about 0.01% of players.

The casino already knows of a couple of ways to beat roulette, and have measures in place to combat that, with the martingale being the most obvious one, which is a winning system with unlimited table limits and bank roll, which is exactly why those limits are there, they certainly were't put in place for RG measures LOL


However I do find the OP question quite interesting and have often thought similar, at what point does a system go from just luck to actually a system that works.

How much or how many days would you have to win consistently for to be considered more than just luck?

If you were to play every day and win for 30 days straight is that just luck?
What about 60 days ?
Or 180 days?
A year?

I think this will be an interesting thread........
 

L&L-Jan

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I think I have the right answer!

Now that I've been playing for 12+ years and now that I've been an operator for 8 years the one and only winning strategy is:

NOT TO PLAY!

And the next customer who files a complaint because they didn't win while using martingale I will visit personally :)

You play for the gamble, you play for recreational purpose. Dont think a system can beat the casino. Everything has been tought through in terms of any system that is out there to take away the advantage.
 

Guntis

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I think its more of a case that not everyone can win all the time or casinos would go bust.

In 2018 a mate of a mate of mine was banned permanently from the rank group for consistently winning on roulette over a 14 month period.
He was playing totally within the rules, not cheating in anyway but they took the decision to ban him.

When people say roulette cannot be beaten long term I totally agree when your referring to every player but im not convinced that it cannot be beaten by a few, and I have seen proof of this.

With a balanced wheel, probabilities are still at play long term and can be used with average luck.
With a wheel with a bias can be beaten as well.

From personal experience I would say roulette can be beaten by about 0.01% of players.

The casino already knows of a couple of ways to beat roulette, and have measures in place to combat that, with the martingale being the most obvious one, which is a winning system with unlimited table limits and bank roll, which is exactly why those limits are there, they certainly were't put in place for RG measures LOL


However I do find the OP question quite interesting and have often thought similar, at what point does a system go from just luck to actually a system that works.

How much or how many days would you have to win consistently for to be considered more than just luck?

If you were to play every day and win for 30 days straight is that just luck?
What about 60 days ?
Or 180 days?
A year?

I think this will be an interesting thread........


It's enough to win 60-70% of all your sessions and it can be considered as not luck.

In 2012 the Empire casino in London banned me forever, no physical cheating—heavy ball, deep pockets and pure visuall ballistics was the key to success.
 
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Reelsoffun

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It's enough to win 60-70% of all your sessions and it can be considered as not luck.

In 2012 the Empire casino in London banned me forever, no physical cheating—heavy ball, deep pockets and pure visuall ballistics was the key to success.

Yeah you don't need to win every spin to make a profit and thats what some people seem to forget.

People cant say on one hand that it cant be beat, has no memory and that each spin is same chance then say that you cant use probability to give an edge etc.

Just out of interest how much was you taking before they brought down the hammer?

My mate took 140k in 2017 and 345k in 2018 before he got shown the door........ He still wonders to this day if it was the big rise in 2018 ( greed ) that got him the boot, I say probably was and that he should have stuck to a sensible amount.

Im under no illusion that roulette is a good game for the house and they never lose in the long term overall, but ( with UK casinos playing the 1.35% HE rule on even chances ) there is almost certainly a very small minority of people that can, and do beat it, but get shown the door after they are consistent winners for long enough.
 

Guntis

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Yeah you don't need to win every spin to make a profit and thats what some people seem to forget.

People cant say on one hand that it cant be beat, has no memory and that each spin is same chance then say that you cant use probability to give an edge etc.

Just out of interest how much was you taking before they brought down the hammer?

My mate took 140k in 2017 and 345k in 2018 before he got shown the door........ He still wonders to this day if it was the big rise in 2018 ( greed ) that got him the boot, I say probably was and that he should have stuck to a sensible amount.

Im under no illusion that roulette is a good game for the house and they never lose in the long term overall, but ( with UK casinos playing the 1.35% HE rule on even chances ) there is almost certainly a very small minority of people that can, and do beat it, but get shown the door after they are consistent winners for long enough.

:) Your question brought back some funny memories from my life!

At that time I didn't do any normal work and used to wake up well past mid-day, then had a shower, something to eat and went back to the casino. I can admit that I was so obsessed with the roulette game that even I "didn't have time" to go to the bank and deposit cash into my account.

When they asked not to come back I had between 75-80K cash lying under my mattress that I won in 3 weeks by 2, 3, 5K daily (nightly :)). I was pretty confident that in a few days or week I will reach 100K and then put everything in my bank in one go.

I managed to put 70K in and not having access back to Empire, unfortunately, I got introduced to online William Hill which cleared out my account pretty quick. :D
 
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