16-07-2012, 13:35   #16
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 Originally Posted by Formation if you can do those equasions in your head in the time of each spin you are the smartest person on the planet! Fcuk they couldnt even measure you on an IQ scale!
think outside the box !!

you look at the wheel where the last number is and look left and right of it .... its not always about maths - common sense also works !

watch which direction the spinner is turning the wheel and watch the result - takes less than 2mins to get into a good guestimation of where it might land .... but its only an indication of where it "should" land .... sometimes it'll work...sometimes it wont !

 25-07-2012, 19:12 #17 four18 Banned     Join Date: Aug 2010 Location: a little town just outside wedlock ! Posts: 446 Add the numbers 1-36 together = 666. Run Far away !
25-07-2012, 19:20   #18
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 Originally Posted by four18 Add the numbers 1-36 together = 666. Run Far away !
Also add the 3 numbers in each of the streets it equals 6.

1 + 2 + 3 = 6

Then the 10,11,12 street,
1+0+1+1+1+2=6

34,35,36 street,
3+4+3+5+3+6 = 24 - 2+4=6.

25-07-2012, 19:28   #19
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 Originally Posted by four18 Add the numbers 1-36 together = 666. Run Far away !
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 Originally Posted by Doyler92 Also add the 3 numbers in each of the streets it equals 6. 1 + 2 + 3 = 6 Then the 10,11,12 street, 1+0+1+1+1+2=6 34,35,36 street, 3+4+3+5+3+6 = 24 - 2+4=6.
What is the relevance of 6, or 666 for that matter?

 26-07-2012, 22:31 #20 the groutch Subscriber     Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 9,638
 26-07-2012, 22:34 #21 MrJoeSoap Moderator     Join Date: Dec 2001 Posts: 14,441 Mod: Hockey Ah right, thanks. Thought there was some sort of sensible/logical thinking behind it there for a second.
 27-07-2012, 00:10 #22 four18 Banned     Join Date: Aug 2010 Location: a little town just outside wedlock ! Posts: 446
27-07-2012, 00:12   #23
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 Originally Posted by MrJoeSoap What is the relevance of 6, or 666 for that matter?
None really as such. Just an interesting fact I suppose.

 27-07-2012, 00:22 #24 lorrieq Registered User     Join Date: Jun 2012 Posts: 91 I have used the doubling strategy before. "Suppose your initial bet is \$10 on red. If the ball lands on a black number, you would double your next bet to \$20. If you were to lose that wager, you would double your next bet to \$40. Let’s suppose luck favors you and you win that bet. The \$40 would compensate you for the \$10 and \$20 losses from the previous two bets. Plus, it would leave you with a \$10 profit (equal to your initial bet)." It was working well for me and my mate... until we got 8 blacks in a row. We had started with 70 quid and began always with a 50 cent bet, which was subsequently doubled many times. If you have enough money this could potentially work. Most roulettes have upper betting limits though. However, reaching these with this strategy would be a very unlucky streak.
27-07-2012, 14:30   #25
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 Originally Posted by lorrieq I have used the doubling strategy before. "Suppose your initial bet is \$10 on red. If the ball lands on a black number, you would double your next bet to \$20. If you were to lose that wager, you would double your next bet to \$40. Let’s suppose luck favors you and you win that bet. The \$40 would compensate you for the \$10 and \$20 losses from the previous two bets. Plus, it would leave you with a \$10 profit (equal to your initial bet)." It was working well for me and my mate... until we got 8 blacks in a row. We had started with 70 quid and began always with a 50 cent bet, which was subsequently doubled many times. If you have enough money this could potentially work. Most roulettes have upper betting limits though. However, reaching these with this strategy would be a very unlucky streak.
No, just no!

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27-07-2012, 14:36   #26
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 Originally Posted by lorrieq If you have enough money this could potentially work.
Anything "could potentially work", but the odds are stacked against you. The "system" that you are using is well known, well documented, and doesn't work.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marting...etting_system)

27-07-2012, 15:29   #27
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 Originally Posted by lorrieq If you have enough money this could potentially work.
Anything "could potentially work", but the odds are stacked against you. The "system" that you are using is well known, well documented, and doesn't work.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marting...etting_system)
I know it's well known.

Apologies.

 27-07-2012, 15:38 #28 latenia Registered User     Join Date: Dec 2005 Posts: 1,916 A Russian crew did come up with a way of predicting the numbers and cleared out a few London casinos before getting barred. They were allowed keep the cash though because there's no law against what they did in the UK. Try this in the States and you'll end up with your head in a vice: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4069629.stm
 31-07-2012, 01:34 #29 ryancooney Closed Account   Join Date: Jul 2012 Posts: 8 If you enjoy losing your money while seeing a ball spin around,play roulette,i like spending my money on other things but each to their own.
 02-08-2012, 20:59 #30 kryogen Registered User     Join Date: Sep 2006 Location: Waterford Posts: 16,875 I just bet a 3rd of the wheel (or thereabouts) if I am in the mood for roulette, if Im hitting its great, if not meh, I tried to work out a system for roulette but there just isn't one tbh. I did watch a guy one night who amazed me though, he would sit and take note of each number on a big pad, would only bet 3 numbers every few spins and did hit about 70% of the time, no idea how he was doing it, Im sure it must have been luck regardless of what he thought he was doing though He refused to divulge the method he was using.
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