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11 January 2012 - 9:46pm

Can someone plss tell me if Live roulette is safe to play!

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Plss can someone tell me their experiences on Live casino games. Are they safe or are they rigged as well?
I would really appreciate ur opinion.
Thanku!

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11 January 2012 - 10:41pm
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"As well"?

Aha I just saw your post on the other thread. The roulette you have played at Littlewoods is not rigged. Like almost all casino games, there is a house edge that means the odds are not in your favour. There are times when you will lose. Using a "system" or other strategy might help in managing your bankroll but it will not turn the odds in your favour while playing roulette.

Live roulette at a reputable casino will be no more or less rigged than the electronic version, which is to say not at all.

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12 January 2012 - 1:16am
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Hi Thanks for ur reply.
I have had some losses these days and I surely want to recover them. Can u please suggest me a good game where losses are lesser, so that atleast I can recover my losses.
Plss I do hope a positive resonse from u.
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12 January 2012 - 1:34am
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I think maybe you are looking at this the wrong way kichu7. When you gamble you take the chance of losing your money. This apparently happened to you on the site you played at, and while I am sorry to hear that you did not win, that is just how it goes sometimes. It doesn't mean the game is fixed or that you are doing anything wrong. The house always has an edge and the games are going to catch up eventually.

Looking to dig yourself out of a hole by gambling more of your money is not wise. With desperation there is a higher chance that you will lose more, and it can snowball on you.

Do yourself a favor and take some time to chill out on the gambling for a bit. It may be your best bet long term.

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12 January 2012 - 10:19am
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I was playing on bet365 couple of years ago...
I'd some bonus so I was unable to withdraw money until I got to 2k or smthing like hat...
I started from 50 $ in 2 days I alrdy had 1.5 k +...
after that I think they studied my system and simply took all my money in 1 hr... I remeber it was 25 black in a row (facepalm)... yes of course it's possible.. but I can't believe in this kind of sh@$!

hate all the electronic roulettes

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12 January 2012 - 3:53pm
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If I were you I would stop now for good Kichu or at the very least certainly take a break from the wheel for a while as Slim advises so sensibly. Ed's comments are gold-dust as usual so take heed about what he says. Roulette has been around for 100s of years and no one has cracked it yet all the time. So you need to take the downs with the ups and simply hope that you get more of the latter Smile

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12 January 2012 - 11:31pm
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yes bet365 it's a lie ,same problem as yours ...true liers

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13 January 2012 - 7:34am
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Excellent advice slim and yellowboots.

kichu7 - please don't ever gamble to recover your losses. When you are desperate to regain your money you can make some really bad decisions and end up losing a lot more. Take a break, think about what happened and why. Next time you play, set yourself a budget to stick to and don't play with money that you cannot afford to lose!

Remember there is no such thing as a sure way to beat a casino game like roulette. If there was, the casinos would remove the game so you could not play it any more.

stavrinho wrote:

after that I think they studied my system and simply took all my money in 1 hr... I remeber it was 25 black in a row (facepalm)... yes of course it's possible.. but I can't believe in this kind of sh@$!

hate all the electronic roulettes

25 black in a row does sound unusual, until you remember that it is no more unusual than any possible 25 roulette colour sequence like these:

RBBBRRRRBRBRBBRRRBRBBRRBB
BBRRBRRBRBRRRRBRRRBBBRRBR
... etc

If you really think the casino is studying your system (they aren't because there is no such thing as a winning betting system), then don't bet on red every time. Mix it up - bet randomly from one of the even money bets: red, black, odd, even, high, low. Remember it doesn't matter if the wheel spun 25 blacks in a row before your next spin, the odds of the next one being black or any of those even money bets are still 18/37. So it won't make a difference in the end but it might make you feel better!

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13 January 2012 - 12:45pm
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yeah yeah i know... before every single spin probability is the same.. and it doesn't play any sense how many Bs or Rs are in a row in last spins... I know that..
I've been studying statistics for 2 semesters at the university as a subject Joking)
but still it's very unusual to loose with pyramid system (I don't know how it's called in pro language, but u know it.. to double every bet on the same thing every time you loose until u succeed...
and the net profit equals to the first bet u made....
example:
u bet 1 $ on Red... comes black...u lose
U bet 2$ on Red... comes Black// u lose again...
u bet 4 $ on Red... and here comes the Red... u win 8 $
your TOTAL bet = 7 $
net profit=8-7=1$ << the amount started betting with...
the most simple strategy... and in every casino there is MAX BET << that's the place where this strategy wins... there was time when u were able to double bet at any amount of money... it was sure win! Sad

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13 January 2012 - 10:11pm
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Its called a Martingale system. It was invented in the 1700s, and they quickly found out that it didn't work then either.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martingale_(betting_system)

Its not unusual to lose using a pyramid betting system. In fact its a 100% probability in the long run.

Also if you lost to 25 blacks in a row using a simple Martingale progression betting system then your last bet was for 16,777,216. So I think you might be exaggerating just a little! Wink

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15 January 2012 - 4:39pm
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Ed is absolutely spot on as usual > even Baron Munchausen wouldn't get away with claiming a bet of 16,777,216 because house roulette table limits at even the wildest casinos in the west max out at way, way under even 1 million. This is why staking strategies based on Martingale, Reverse Martingale, Fibonacci numbers etc etc etc are all eventually useless.

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