Roulette Forum Using physics for prediction

BLIND

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It is better to play with the lowest stakes possible but what I know is that at times, it isn't easy to find a system that wins the most money, with the lowest stakes.

I have heard that using physics, which may mean using a computer to predict where the ball will end up, can mean a breach of casino terms in some places. How true is this statement?
 
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Diesel

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It is true that some casinos do not allow the use of computers. However, I do not see how physics can be used to predict, otherwise we would have so many winners.

I do not know if players get more experience with time but to me, roullete is simply a game of luck.
 

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In my opinion, people use diverse winning formulae and what matters is whether or not the gambler trusts whatever system they choose.

The underlying fact is that some luck is still required.
 

Billy Lee

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I don't know about using physics, but I can see how understanding odds could be a big help with roulette. People even use odds with games like keno, so there has to be some skill (or knowledge) involved with roulette.
 

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Unlike other games the odds in roulette are very easy to calculate because they are the same for all bets. So, for single 0 roulette all bets have the same odds of 2.73%.
If the casino also offers 'surrender rules, or 'en prison' rules these odds drop to half (1.23%) for all the even money bets, which is excellent for the player.
On an American double zero wheel all the bets are 5.26% except for the corner bet
(0, 00, 1, 2, 3, where the odds rise to a whopping 7.89%.
These are terrible odds. At least in the USA find a double zero wheel where they also offer surrender rules, or 'en prison' rules on the even chances to cut the casino edge to 1.31%
With a little practice one can learn visual ballistics.
With some guessing, knowing roughly which section of the wheel the ball will drop in, you can place bets very quickly after the ball has been released but before the croupier says "no more bets".
If your predictions are reasonably accurate, and if you have a good money management system you can make a ton of money!
 

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In my opinion, people use diverse winning formulae and what matters is whether or not the gambler trusts whatever system they choose.

The underlying fact is that some luck is still required.
I agree with you. It's better to start with low money. Then you can increase your rate x2 and after x2 again.
Someday you'll win x2 from all what you spend)
 

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