ive learned of a process which allows them to "randomize" more than just the rotor or ball speed so to say.
Is there a particular event that triggered your line of thinking?
It's easily proven mathematically that there's no system that can overcome the random game of roulette, so there would be no reason for them to try and cheat the player like that.
(Of course beating the wheel is something entirely different.)
Hello, and welcome into the daylight :)Quote: heatmap
Hello all! This is my very first post on this forum.
They don't need to: The house edge at roulette IS constant: It's a constant probability that is quite easily calculated. The 'takings' might go up or down a bit as random chance is in play, and the casino lives with that by taking a massive number of games. No amount of 'changing polarity' of a ball could change that. Remember that the balls are symmetrical spheres and even if they were steel and magnetised, the north pole would still be at one end of a sphere and the south pole at the other: As the ball rotates lots of times, nothing could keep track of that. The casino could use electromagnets in the slots of the wheel, but would be drummed out of business when caught. It's just not going to happen. If you want to make money from your concept, sell your story to a judge or the press. You'd get no-where and rightly so as there is no real world science to your explanation.Quote:
Let me give you a quick history. I was infatuated with roulette and beating it, but to my dismay, and lots of patent research, ive learned of a process which allows them to "randomize" more than just the rotor or ball speed so to say.
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But i love learning about new concepts which allow the casino to succeed and retain a CONSTANT edge against the players.
Well, Far be it from me to leap into your conversation, but for the dealer to set up cards in mid game would need incredible skill and deep knowledge of the order of cards in the shoe and ability to misdeal. They simply don't need to even if they could. These aren't impossible hands: They are hands that you perceive as unlikely. But as you watch lots of hands, you will see lots of individually unlikely or remarkable outcomes. That's perfectly normal random behaviour.Quote:
To the crazy part - and my question for the WIZARD :
I have this slight feeling that the shufflers are using a techinque called the Iterated Prisoners Dilemma to set up hands.
NO defect: Just a bad round for the table: They happen.. . often.Quote:
...This is the DEFECT which leads to an impossible dealer win.
If you wrote that patent, then good luck monetising it. If you see how that proves anything about your crooked roulette wheel, encounter, then you understand physics far better than I do ( I only graduated B.Sc in physics with electronics).Quote: heatmap
Im not looking for opinions to be honest. I have a pretty solid trail of proof to prove my point. The problem you have here is that I have been proving my point for the past 2 years over at my other forum and I dont feel like repeating myself. I don't mind some critisism but prove me wrong otherwise. Im not saying I found a system that works, Im telling you i have patent proof that tells you exactly how to attract and repel a ball by changing its polarity.
google com /patents/US9114940