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Mechanical Roulette Strategy

In part one we looked at visual roulette strategies and how the good ones are all linked to each other in that they are all founded on almost identical roulette system principles. In part two, I will look at the more mechanical strategies that include the fully automated computer prediction program for roulette or the part mechanical, part visual system that applies the use of vibrations.



With regard to mechanical roulette systems it is important to make clear at the start there are some parts of the world where this style of play is not permitted. (France,Austria Las Vegas and a few others). This issue has been debated for many years but the simple fact is that whilst roulette remains a non random game then there shouldn’t be rules against mechanical systems that seek out these roulette flaws, otherwise the roulette game would be in danger of becoming a completely one sided game where only the casino, or specifically the roulette croupier, can take advantage of the this lack of randomness. There are plenty of videos on my website where I select the target to aim at first and then deal it with uncommon regularity. Perhaps a more worrying demonstration would be to throw numbers on the complete opposite side of the roulette wheel to the bets area!

 The best mechanical roulette systems will always yield the highest possible winning margins but up to a certain point the best visual roulette systems will not only be better than the average roulette computer but will also be a more practical playing option. As we like to be prepared for all occasions and since the visual system is not that expensive for what it is, I would recommend that both types of roulette strategy are worth looking into.



      Roulette Computer Prediction

The first wearable computer for roulette was introduced nearly fifty years ago by Claude Shannon and Edward Thorpe, also author of the rare ‘Mathematics of Gambling’ book. Although cumbersome and on the large size it would have certainly been able to take care of the game back in those days when virtually every wheel was flawed !! Since that time many others have followed, notably ‘Copernicus’ and ‘Newton’ both superb roulette computers for their time, though for either to be effective in the modern day they would have required significant updating to cope with a more multi dimensional miodern roulette game.

All of the early generation computers were what I call single pin orientated in that they were designed for wheels that showed a single drop point where the ball would fall off the roulette track. In fact these types of wheels are so easy to play that the only secret to winning at roulette in those days was to know the secret, if you get what I mean. It wasn’t the computers that enabled the potential to win it was almost entirely down to the biased roulette wheel and to that end, only required a high quality visual system to play it.

Single pin wheels don’t really exist that much these days as has been expected for many years. However there are varying degrees of roulette wheel bias and provided there is at least one quiet area on the roulette track where the ball does not often drop then you have something that can be played successfully.

The key is that it is at these lower levels of bias where roulette computers really come into play and cross the level for which only mechanical systems are viable.

As a successful visual roulette player I often longed for the day that I was going to eventually transfer my visual system into a software program. I say eventually as it was always my intention to wait until the last moment on the basis that that way I could ensure from the outset that I was able to input the benefit of the complete playing process rather than just an early version.  It was 20 years before I started to design the Pred7 program but I put forward the suggestion that this was the best way because it enabled me to include every aspect of the game that I had been playing at during the whole period.

The Pred7 operating details and further information are provided on the main website pages and naturally on the Player Manual on CD.

 Vibration Roulette Strategy


This is all about the middle ground where the chosen strategy is part visual and part mechanical or perhaps where the mechanical part is for practice.

Vibration has been used for many years in roulette, though originally it was used to signal the bet numbers via Morse code. At jafco roulette we have developed vibration rhythm pulse products and incorporated these into our playing method enabling perfect rhythm for practice and rhythm training for play.

 One of the great advantages of vibration is there being no requirement for switches, to hear anything, or even to look at anything, as it is all in the feel.

At Jafco Roulette we use two ways of rhythm training through vibration. We offer the Roulette Vibe, a small black vibrating box which will pulse for up to nine hours on a single nine volt battery. We have also recently introduced a non customised vibrating watch that is a normal watch in every way with a very special vibration that is fully compatible with the Jafco Visual Roulette System.




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