DJTeddyBear
DJTeddyBear
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September 27th, 2011 at 6:17:31 AM permalink
In Anthony Curtis' Las Vegas Advisor, the Question of the Day is about Roulette wheels and qoutes the Wiz:
Quote: LVA QoD

European (even-money bets only), 1.35% -- The low edge results from combining a single-zero-wheel and a rule called "en prison." En prison effectively cuts the loss on the even-money wagers to only half a bet. In his new book Gambling 102, Michael Shackleford discusses minor variations in games hes seen in Holland (1.37% edge) and Berlin (1.39%). Note that the non-even-money bets have the standard single-zero edge of 2.7%.

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FleaStiff
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September 27th, 2011 at 6:54:12 AM permalink
A recycled question, perhaps. Despite the valuable information it is copyrighted 2005 and not likely to be described as "new" in 2011.
Nareed
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September 28th, 2011 at 7:56:46 AM permalink
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In Anthony Curtis' Las Vegas Advisor, the Question of the Day is about Roulette wheels and qoutes the Wiz



I saw it yesterday.

It's gratifying to find our esteemed site owner and founder mentioned in the media.

But what surprised me is that the Riveira has a single-zero wheel with a $5 to $10 minimum. Who'd have thought there'd ever be a reason to go back there?
Donald Trump is a fucking criminal

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