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Has anybody ever tried the red/black system in roulette ?

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banned6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Theres a 50/50 chance statisticly, so in theory it should work, but it just seems too easy. Anybody actually had a go at it ?
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banned6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
No system works mate :). Tried em all. If you wanna beat the casino, learn to card count.
#2
First of all it's not 50/50 you missed the green

Second it does not work due to table minimum stakes/table limits.
#3
If you had a unlimited bank roll and the house has no limit it would work perfectly.

I suspect if you bank roll is unlimited you wouldn't be playing though :)
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sven256
First of all it's not 50/50 you missed the green

Second it does not work due to table minimum stakes/table limits.


could always move table and go to a higher stake table if you reached the maximum limit
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ryman1000
could always move table and go to a higher stake table if you reached the maximum limit


It doesn't matter, a string of losses will screw you over. This is one of those systems that sounds good on paper, in reality it's a great way to lose a lot of money.

http://www.okthen.com/martingale/
#6
Will this become the next epic thread to top the Levis24 Legendary post? Is that even possible?:thinking:
#7
derren brown tired beating the system on roulette and failed by one number I recall.

Anyway he spent years doing casinos through card counting which sounds the only way to do it and even then big casinos watch out for it.
#8
it wont be quite 50/50 will it 00 is green?
#9
ashleypride
It doesn't matter, a string of losses will screw you over. This is one of those systems that sounds good on paper, in reality it's a great way to lose a lot of money.

http://www.okthen.com/martingale/


whilst on pure honesty, I thought all systems wouldnt work (and even visualised the graph in the link in my head), i can never fully convince myself its "fully" true (due to lack of experiments) till i saw this link. Repped
#10
JohnBall
No system works mate :). Tried em all. If you wanna beat the casino, learn to card count.


Think you'll find there is a system that does work if you have a brain capacity to make it work (and be with a few others with the same technique).

Cant remember what its called.
#11
theres only one winner at casinos
#12
If you walk in to any Bookmakers and look at the counter. There are usually five or six 'Bet Here' sections and one or two 'Pay Out' sections. That's your odds for you right there, and there is never a queue at the 'Pay Out' section.

Watched that card counting documentary a few years ago about the MIT Students. Very interesting but they do look out for that.
#13
esp dont try this system online
#14
ohdaesu
theres only one winner at casinos


Damn, do you know where he lives? :?
#15
beamo
derren brown tired beating the system on roulette and failed by one number I recall.

Anyway he spent years doing casinos through card counting which sounds the only way to do it and even then big casinos watch out for it.


It was recorded beforehand (The live bit in the casino) it was supposed to be one away so they did not have to pay the guy the winning amount as the casino would not have paid out as they did not have permission to film (If it was real)...

Good show though..

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