Gandler
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September 9th, 2014 at 5:09:48 AM permalink
I vaguely recall an article from not too long ago about a team of a few people in Europe (I forget which country), but in that country it is legal to use electronic devices at the tables as long as it does not directly influence/alter the game. They won millions of dollars (if I recall correctly) and I think I remember the Casino was pressuring the country to change the law so they can prosecute people who use similiar devices? Does anyone know of this story? Or am I mixing it up with a fictional story? I beleive I read it on some random European Buisness site and have not heard of it from anywhere else?
Dieter
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September 9th, 2014 at 5:24:39 AM permalink
Quote: Gandler

Does anyone know of this story? Or am I mixing it up with a fictional story?



This one?
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Gandler
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September 9th, 2014 at 5:32:40 AM permalink
Quote: Dieter

This one?


I think that's the one thanks!
4ofaKind
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September 9th, 2014 at 6:22:28 AM permalink
Quote: darkoz

They have a game with real dice which are in a Popper/hopper (like the board game Trouble). Instead of the glass dome bouncing up and down, the floor of the table bounces the dice. This is actually a physical real world throw and is probably more what you are looking for.



I'm not looking for anything to do with that place. Just wanted to know if the table games were confirmed class II sucker games, which I believe every game in that place is based on.

Nothing random about that place as far as I know except for the food. Guess I'll do my own research for facts.
AceTwo
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September 9th, 2014 at 1:16:14 PM permalink
Just a few facts for outside the US
Most casinos (at least in Europe) allow betting after the ball is rolled and usually around a few revolutions before the ball lands.
Also often in some places the Groupier shouts no more bets and punters still place bets for several more seconds like upto 1-2 revolutions before the ball lands without too much trouble from the Pit.
Also in some places there are Video Terminals connected to the Actual Roulette with bets allowed after the ball is rolled.
And many casinos do not mind if you use your mobile phone when playing at the roulette, so you can pretend that you are texting someone
So I do believe it is feasible if the App is as accurate as it says.
BUT, I would still not do it fearing any consequences of being caught doing it with a 'device' even in the absence of 'device' laws in a country.
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September 10th, 2014 at 4:25:28 PM permalink
Quote: 4ofaKind

I'm not looking for anything to do with that place. Just wanted to know if the table games were confirmed class II sucker games, which I believe every game in that place is based on.

Nothing random about that place as far as I know except for the food. Guess I'll do my own research for facts.



the baccarat is real. has to be.

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