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  • How to "Beat Roulette" video and my first trip out

    Posted By: AlexD30
    Date: Sunday, 18 January 2004, at 7:53 p.m.

    Scott,
    In my "How to beat Roulette" package I have studied many times by now the videos that come with.

    My question is this: Do you have a data sheet results with all the numbers that come out during that video spins? Of course I can do that myself and go back in slow motion and record the outcome numbers, fall-off octant, and all those related to the rotor speed and tilt values. (like data for 18.8 and 18.4 then for 22.8 and 22.4 then for 26.8 and finally for 26.4)

    But before I will do that I may as well try to ask you if you have this data already collected.

    And, by the way: Your theory is a marvel of math and statistics. After studying the entire material couple times over and over I must say that it become so obvious that the roulette wheel could be beaten big time if one has the dedication and perseverance to master the material. But all takes time to achieve the mastery required to handle the casino environment and to get confidence in the system. After seeing the video a couple times and studying the book many times over, I must say with all my honesty that I come to the point of predicting with an error of +/- 3 around a specific number more then 70% of the time.

    Now, this weekend I had my first trip out to Vegas armed with the knowledge of your theory. It took me all day on Friday to scout for a beatable wheel by the time I got the correct percentage of fall-off points. Then I start to play on Friday night and Saturday morning. Played for a total of about 4 hours or about 200 spins. Playing with $5 unit chips for 7 numbers sector the same way I figure I was doing during video practice where I hit with +/- 3 around a specific number. So, I figure, betting on every spin with $35 for a total of $7,000 total action. The profit that I made was $1,560. I played with a 22.2% edge over the wheel. Now, this edge is unthinkable and is unrealistic in any other game.

    I am aware of making a couple mistakes in predicting, but they have been of my fault, because I made the adjustment in the wrong direction. But the rest worked like a dream, exactly like you describe in the video and the book. By the end of my play I had the feeling that it is so obvious, if you know what to look for, where the ball will hit the sector that I wonder if nobody has figured out what I was doing there. But on the other hand, It is impossible for anybody to figure what I was doing because looking from outside it seems so random. In reality all that takes place at the table is correlated together. You just have to pickup the right information and adapt to it. I still have to work on the “bouncing factor” for adjustments but this takes time and experience, I guess.

    So, in my first trip out I made/won 5 times the price of your system. I figure I will try a couple time more and if can maintain that edge I figure I will use the money to get myself a real 32" John Huxley wheel for home.

    Best Regards,

    Alex


    http://www.advantageplayer.com/roulette/forums/roulette-main/webbbs.cgi?noframes;read=83
  • Laurance Scott is a legend. His method on Rulette beat any card counting system ever devised. Very interesting indeed, but I make more money with my system playing CSM like blackjack games.
  • Big Slick said:
    How to "Beat Roulette" video and my first trip out

    Posted By: AlexD30
    Date: Sunday, 18 January 2004, at 7:53 p.m.

    I must say that it become so obvious that the roulette wheel could be beaten big time if one has the dedication and perseverance to master the material. Best Regards,

    Alex






    I love that line... Alex is just like every other person that has just started gambling, they think they can beat the UNBEATABLE game.
  • I thought you didn't post at other sites, Alex? LMAO. Your story is quickly unraveling beneath you...
  • KY121 said:
    [quote=Big Slick]
    How to "Beat Roulette" video and my first trip out

    Posted By: AlexD30
    Date: Sunday, 18 January 2004, at 7:53 p.m.

    I must say that it become so obvious that the roulette wheel could be beaten big time if one has the dedication and perseverance to master the material. Best Regards,

    Alex






    I love that line... Alex is just like every other person that has just started gambling, they think they can beat the UNBEATABLE game.[/quote]

    The easier the game is to play, the higher the house advantage. Roulette is damn near unbeatable (if not completely unbeatable) long-term.
  • Only thing I ever read on "unbeatable" games included a graphical representation that points to ANY game with more than a 1.5% house advantage as being statistically unlikely (70% confidence) to be overcome by strategy alone. Luck rears it ugly/beautiful head around 1.5% HA.
  • FYI, Laurence Scott's "how to beat roulette" is not a roulette system but a complete wheel clocking manual. Advantage play exists not only at blackjack but under certain conditions at roulette when properly clocking the wheel either with the help of a concealed computer or a good pair of trained eyes.

    Christopher Pawlicki once stated in his book "Get the edge at roulette":

    "I would compare the difficulty of employing this system (roulette wheel tracking) to using a 3-level, side of aces, full strategy indices, count adjustment for betting size, expert level blackjack system, taking up to 1000+ hours of practice to master".

    I should add the wheel clocker generally uses flat bets and doesn't have to face the huge variance the blackjack counter must be prepared to fight.

    BTW, Laurence Scott is in charge of the roulette part of advantage player / rge21 website.
  • hellbet said:
    FYI, Laurence Scott's "how to beat roulette" is not a roulette system but a complete wheel clocking manual. Advantage play exists not only at blackjack but under certain conditions at roulette when properly clocking the wheel either with the help of a concealed computer or a good pair of trained eyes.

    Christopher Pawlicki once stated in his book "Get the edge at roulette":

    "I would compare the difficulty of employing this system (roulette wheel tracking) to using a 3-level, side of aces, full strategy indices, count adjustment for betting size, expert level blackjack system, taking up to 1000+ hours of practice to master".

    I should add the wheel clocker generally uses flat bets and doesn't have to face the huge variance the blackjack counter must be prepared to fight.

    BTW, Laurence Scott is in charge of the roulette part of advantage player / rge21 website.


    I agree with you 100%.
    I meet Scott in Vegas. He was a professional card counter before he got involved with Roulette. I can tell you, that guy is a genius. He is highly educated, has a nice personality and extremely intelligent. He is playing at about 15-20% edge against the house. His mathematical analysis of clocking the wheel is an amazing thing. I got his complete system last year and studied for some time. I even played in casino and made some money but nothing spectacular. It takes a lot of time to master.

    Anyway, If you are interested in amazing and intelligent things than trying to understand the math behind beating Roulette will fascinate you.

    PS:
    Oh, by the way, I got so excited about the theory behind Scots technique that I got myself an original Huxley Mark IV roulette wheel last year. I still have it. Very nice, classy and expensive piece of furniture.

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