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AylaDeuce
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March 5th, 2021 at 2:43:18 AM permalink
I know that all casino games are mostly luck-based, but is there a way to boost your chances in any way at Roulette?
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March 5th, 2021 at 3:40:35 AM permalink
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I know that all casino games are mostly luck-based, but is there a way to boost your chances in any way at Roulette?

Yes. Only play the european game with la partege rule. That gives minimal house edge, so you tend to lose more slowly.
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March 5th, 2021 at 6:00:36 AM permalink
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I know that all casino games are mostly luck-based, but is there a way to boost your chances in any way at Roulette?



No you cant increase your chances because of this

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March 5th, 2021 at 7:15:31 AM permalink
Quote: AylaDeuce

I know that all casino games are mostly luck-based, but is there a way to boost your chances in any way at Roulette?

The short answer is no.

Here's a long answer of 'maybe.'


There are concepts known as a "dealer's signature" and "targeting."

The signature refers to the somewhat similar motions that the dealer uses when spinning the wheel and releasing the ball. If consistency can be achieved, the dealer can target a specific number, or at least a small portion of the wheel.

A player who is working with the dealer will then bet in that range. Sometimes a dealer will subconsciously develop the signature and an AP who has been watching closely can predict the target.

For instance, if the partner/AP bets on a 9 number range, he only needs to be correct at least 24% of the time to be profitable. Increase the accuracy and profits go way up.

For these reasons, dealers are instructed to not look at the wheel when releasing the ball. Additional game security includes a very short time between releasing the ball and announcing 'no more bets.' Sometimes, it's announced while releasing the ball.

Anyway, if you believe all that, then the game can be a game of skill.

Otherwise, it's a game of luck.

But the randomness created by the ball hitting the diamonds and bouncing out of the pockets, makes the signature skill thing less likely.
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March 5th, 2021 at 8:30:23 AM permalink
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Yes. Only play the european game with la partege rule. That gives minimal house edge, so you tend to lose more slowly.

I believe it's quite difficult to find a la partage game in the USA. If that wasn't bad enough, gambling winnings (and every other form of income or capital gain) are taxable here. So that means the 5.26% edge on double zero roulette is even higher with taxes factored in.
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March 5th, 2021 at 8:35:57 AM permalink
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I believe it's quite difficult to find a la partage game in the USA. If that wasn't bad enough, gambling winnings (and every other form of income or capital gain) are taxable here. So that means the 5.26% edge on double zero roulette is even higher with taxes factored in.



If you are willing to gamble at high enough stakes many big casinos will deal it to you.
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March 5th, 2021 at 8:35:58 AM permalink
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I believe it's quite difficult to find a la partage game in the USA. If that wasn't bad enough, gambling winnings (and every other form of income or capital gain) are taxable here. So that means the 5.26% edge on double zero roulette is even higher with taxes factored in.



If you are willing to gamble at high enough stakes many big casinos will deal it to you.
Living longer does not always infer +EV
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March 5th, 2021 at 8:35:58 AM permalink
Quote: Ace2

I believe it's quite difficult to find a la partage game in the USA. If that wasn't bad enough, gambling winnings (and every other form of income or capital gain) are taxable here. So that means the 5.26% edge on double zero roulette is even higher with taxes factored in.



If you are willing to gamble at high enough stakes many big casinos will deal it to you.
Living longer does not always infer +EV
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March 5th, 2021 at 8:39:12 AM permalink
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If you are willing to gamble at high enough stakes many big casinos will deal it to you.

Of course. But how high...$1000 minimum bet?
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March 5th, 2021 at 10:17:30 AM permalink
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Of course. But how high...$1000 minimum bet?



I have no idea. The best negotiators usually get the best terms.
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