Quote:AxelWolfOMG!!! Guy's, we have went over this with Bob A magnitude of times over many years. It always ends up at the same dead end. The one thing that stood out to me the most was when Bob said that he can tell the diffidence between RNG produced numbers and non RNG produced numbers.

Just curious. Has any of your AP play ever even once involved live dealer roullette ?

Let's not forget, or forgive this doozy of a thread...Quote:michael99000I think your 25,000th post should be a full detailed explanation of what exactly you being a roullette AP means. Your methods , strategy , success rate, lifetime profit etc.

Being an AP at a game where there’s virtually zero heat is like having a license to print money. I’m sure we’d all like to learn.

It was way up there on Planet BobQuote:EvenBobI can't wrap my head around this. In roulette,

you have the 3 dozen bets. 33 1/3% chance

on each, bet two of them and add 33 1/3 and

33 1/3 and you have a 66 2/3 chance of getting

1 dozen correct if you get rid of the zeros.

Lets say theoretically you have a 50% of getting

one dozen right. If you add 50+50 you get 100,

and I know that's not correct for the chance of

getting one right. So how do you do the math

to figure the chance of getting one right.

Quote:EvenBobSo you're smart enough to just glance

at roulette and realize it can't be beat

with just the right bets? Unfortunately

many people had to actually test it

to find that out, there was nobody

and no books telling them it wasn't

possible.

Actually, it's those people you call

'stupid' that did all the heavy lifting

so they could inform you of the

truth.

Out of every single game in the casino, roulette is by far the easiest to look at mathematically.

There’s 38 spots, and every single bet is paid out to be fair if there were 36 spots.

It almost couldn’t be any easier.

How dare you. Very famous mathematicians took hundreds of hours over hundreds of years to figure that out!Quote:FinsRuleOut of every single game in the casino, roulette is by far the easiest to look at mathematically.

There’s 38 spots, and every single bet is paid out to be fair if there were 36 spots.

It almost couldn’t be any easier.

his method is known as visual roulette prediction

these methods may be no longer effective because of improved equipment or they may just be less effective

I tried Scott's method briefly and gave up - it was just too much for me

but I do believe he and his methods are or were legitimate

I believe in selling his system Scott understated the difficulty of it

It is very difficult

I am 𝐧𝐨𝐭 recommending anybody try this.

there are easier ways to make a buck

I just posted it for informational and historical value

http://www.blackjackforumonline.com/content/how-to-win-at-roulette-2.htm

https://www.amazon.com/Professional-Roulette-Prediction-Basic-Methods/dp/0910575258

But for a mere $4-5K you can join Evenbob as a winning roulette player.