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SOOPOO
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February 19th, 2012 at 2:58:46 PM permalink
Ken has been posting prolifically of late, and the premise of most of his posts is that his 'expertise' at roulette has allowed him to routinely beat the casino and its supposed 5.26% edge. On a personal note, I have offerred to watch Ken play, either on one of my trips to Vegas, or here in Niagara Falls, just to see him in action. Dinner would be on me. I do not think I have ever watched anyone I know play roulette, as all of my friends have a basic understanding of math and would not play. So, my question to the forum... knowing the fact that most internet assertions require no proof, nor can they be proven untrue... does anyone here really think Ken is ahead in his lifetime of 'thousands?' of hours of double zero roulette?
FleaStiff
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February 19th, 2012 at 3:09:37 PM permalink
Yes, I fear that the obvious conclusion is the one that should properly be drawn. If he is willing to post umpteen zillion times then he should be willing to show up for a free dinner.

I, quite some time ago, found a chap on Twitter who each day Twittered his Table Games results. To my knowledge he had no seminar or system to sell. At length I found out that he did indeed sell a system but refused to be observed playing it and for those who failed to obtain his stellar results he merely offered staggeringly high consultation lessons.

Eventually, it all comes to light or else it never existed in the first place.
EvenBob
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February 19th, 2012 at 3:24:21 PM permalink
Quote: SOOPOO

. does anyone here really think Ken is ahead in his lifetime of 'thousands?' of hours of double zero roulette?



I happen to know he is. I've known him for 6 years
and we didn't get along at all at first. But he does
come out ahead every month and he does play and
practice a lot. I'm sure if you went to the casino where
he plays he'd let you watch. Its almost as exciting as
watching glue set, but hey, its roulette.
"It's not enough to succeed, your friends must fail." Gore Vidal
mrjjj
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February 19th, 2012 at 3:24:48 PM permalink
So for the record, the GG board here has started another 'down with Ken' thread. Not a big deal, just pointing it out.

Ken
kmumf
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February 19th, 2012 at 3:26:28 PM permalink
Quote: EvenBob

I happen to know he is. I've known him for 6 years
and we didn't get along at all at first. But he does
come out ahead every month and he does play and
practice a lot. I'm sure if you went to the casino where
he plays he'd let you watch. Its almost as exciting as
watching glue set, but hey, its roulette.



He just may have the gift of luck and not have a lot of losing sessions.
mrjjj
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February 19th, 2012 at 3:37:10 PM permalink
Quote: SOOPOO

Ken has been posting prolifically of late, and the premise of most of his posts is that his 'expertise' at roulette has allowed him to routinely beat the casino and its supposed 5.26% edge. On a personal note, I have offerred to watch Ken play, either on one of my trips to Vegas, or here in Niagara Falls, just to see him in action. Dinner would be on me. I do not think I have ever watched anyone I know play roulette, as all of my friends have a basic understanding of math and would not play. So, my question to the forum... knowing the fact that most internet assertions require no proof, nor can they be proven untrue... does anyone here really think Ken is ahead in his lifetime of 'thousands?' of hours of double zero roulette?



"Ken has been posting prolifically of late" >>> Didn't you leave something out? How many of those posts was I RESPONDING to other posts? You didn't mention that. I thought this was the math board here? If there are 40 posts with my name in it or attacking me, there will be 40 posts in return, seems kind of simple.

"his 'expertise' at roulette has allowed him to routinely beat the casino and its supposed 5.26% edge" >>> How many arguments in this? (lol)
A) Expertise?
B) Routinely?
C) Beat?
D) Casino?

"I have offerred to watch Ken play, either on one of my trips to Vegas, or here in Niagara Falls, just to see him in action" >>> I'm yet again answering the SAME question over and over.....I will not be in LV or N Falls and if you watched and I failed, that means what? You would have to tag along for a month. As much as I dislike the AP (cough) goofs, I cant even judge them on ONE day of doing poorly, that wouldn't be fair to them.

"all of my friends have a basic understanding of math and would not play" >>> and the total amount of time put into this game would be around what? 17 hours?

(lol) Plus the cool books they read.

"Does anyone here really think Ken is ahead in his lifetime of 'thousands?' of hours of double zero roulette?" >>> Careful with your question. Thousands of hours studying/testing/playing?....or 'ahead' (net) after thousands of hours, those are two different questions.

Ken
mrjjj
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February 19th, 2012 at 3:45:11 PM permalink
Quote: EvenBob

I happen to know he is. I've known him for 6 years
and we didn't get along at all at first. But he does
come out ahead every month and he does play and
practice a lot. I'm sure if you went to the casino where
he plays he'd let you watch. Its almost as exciting as
watching glue set, but hey, its roulette.




....and as you were watching, you might drift off and play some slots, its that boring. Betting 1-3 numbers (depending on the method), my bets are down within 5 seconds, literally. Then I wait and wait for everyone else to get done. I have to say, there are some benefits to playing airball roulette.

Ken
mrjjj
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February 19th, 2012 at 3:46:55 PM permalink
Quote: kmumf

He just may have the gift of luck and not have a lot of losing sessions.



Knowing what NOT to do (over the years) is MUCH MORE important than knowing what to do/when to bet it etc. Trial & error, I cant say it enough.

Ken
Triplell
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February 19th, 2012 at 3:53:30 PM permalink
all I have to say is that if you honestly think that your betting strategy is the reason you are ahead, then you sir are a fool.

It is quite possible you could be ahead. For instance, I could place 1 bet on roulette for 1 million dollars, win, and then continue to play the game at a 5 dollar minimum. I would be ahead for quite a while before I found myself behind.

However there is no "fool proof" system that would allow you to consistently come out a winner.
DJTeddyBear
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February 19th, 2012 at 3:53:40 PM permalink
Quote: mrjjj

So for the record, the GG board here has started another 'down with Ken' thread. Not a big deal, just pointing it out.

Ken

What's a "GG board" ?
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