I was ridiculed at the forum because of the offer to hire a mathematician in Russia.

My team did not spend money on mathematics, all the information was obtained for free at mathematical forums in Russia.

Result: 2% net profit from each wheel.

This algorithm is kept secret

Goodbye losers, all at your feet, but you do not want to think.

The first claimed he had a "one-page" proof of Fermat's Last Theorem using only theorems known in Fermat's time, and he would make it public...right after somebody paid him a million dollars for it. A while later, he reappeared, noted that while his original "one-page" proof was invalid, he had another one (something like "ten pages" this time, but again, not using anything that would not be known to Fermat), but wanted to know the best way to make money from it.

The second claimed to have discovered two Mersenne primes that end in 3 (numbers 48 and 49 on the list in the linked post). (A Mersenne prime is a prime number that is 2 raised to the power of a prime number, minus 1; for example, 2

^{2}- 1 = 3, 2

^{3}- 1 = 7, 2

^{5}- 1 = 31, and 2

^{7}- 1 = 127 are Mersenne primes; note 2

^{11}- 1 equals 23 x 89, so raising 2 to the power of a prime number and then subtracting 1 does not always result in a prime.) How many of the Math types here realize the problem with that statement?

And if you want to get pedantic, a single-zero wheel does result in a net profit of about 2.7% - for the bank.

Quote:evsReport on the work done.

I was ridiculed at the forum because of the offer to hire a mathematician in Russia.

My team did not spend money on mathematics, all the information was obtained for free at mathematical forums in Russia.

Result: 2% net profit from each wheel.

This algorithm is kept secret

Goodbye losers, all at your feet, but you do not want to think.

You should have made thousands in the time you wasted posting this.

I look forward to the day Roulette is gone from casinos due to you breaking the casinos!

There are multiple forums where the Roulette guys circle jerk each other off with their tales of winning systems. They even come up with creative names for themselves. Perhaps you can join them, with a better name of course.

I’m thinking “The Mad Russian Roulette Genius”. It will fit perfectly when you are done losing everything with your research.

2017's luckiest man: Casino punter shows off in front of his friends by betting $35,000 on a single roulette spin - and winning $3.5M when his number comes in

Quote:MDawghttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4121324/2017-s-luckiest-man-Gambler-shows-friends-betting-35-000-chips-single-roulette-spin-wins-3-5M-seconds-later.html

2017's luckiest man: Casino punter shows off in front of his friends by betting $35,000 on a single roulette spin - and winning $3.5M when his number comes in

100-1 Roulette with 38 numbers. Where do I book my flight?

So, It was paying 100:1 ???Quote:MDawghttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4121324/2017-s-luckiest-man-Gambler-shows-friends-betting-35-000-chips-single-roulette-spin-wins-3-5M-seconds-later.html

2017's luckiest man: Casino punter shows off in front of his friends by betting $35,000 on a single roulette spin - and winning $3.5M when his number comes in

explained here... https://www.roulette17.com/stories/pedro-grendene-bartelle/Quote:OnceDearSo, It was paying 100:1 ???

I've also walked up to a wheel and placed a single black chip on one number, won, and walked away.

I think Roulette is a loser game. Doesn't seem much fun either, to me anyway. Played it a bit when I first got started, but got over it pretty quickly.