Roulette Myths

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Who says Roulette is a Random Game

There are several forms of roulette, especially in more recent times, but in respect of the original live game it was always meant and thought to be random but in fact has never been a random game.There have been countless advantage winners over the years. The roulette winners of a past era were mainly bias number players who won when faults in the wheel produced unusual section patterns which could be heavily taken advantage of. The romance of the game didn’t just come from James Bond and Bow ties, no; much of the romance came from the unbelievable size of some of the wins and the excitement of how it was all being done.



Broken wheels and the results they are likely to produce is not a difficult concept to understand and in fact a scientist would probably be surprised if wear and tear didn’t cause unusual patterns. As to why so many have been in denial about roulette not being random is hard to understand. Nowadays it is far more widely understood and accepted with today’s game being all about a more modern type of wheel bias, which again creates an advantage, though not usually by betting on certain numbers.

Casinos have ofcourse been counting the cost of this lack of randomness ever since the roulette game was introduced all those years ago. The evidence of for all this is everywhere and to be convinced, one may ponder these questions.


Why do they the need to change roulette dealers so often?


Why do they twist and move roulette wheels around so regularly?


Why do they mix up different types of balls?


Why do so many winners get banned?



Roulette has never been an all round random game and those that defiantly still say that it is are often the same players who have spent far too long figuring out a mathematical way to approach the game and because these type of systems all fail in the long term, they also make the game appear random even though it isn’t. In other words they must have all overlooked the whole concept of bias. It is therefore a /span>myth that roulette is a Random casino game.


Who says there is

No System for Beating Roulette


In light of what I have written above this clearly has to be a myth too and again I don’t need to use my own roulette system to prove this. When the big winners played biased numbers the wheels had to be thrown out, and I doubt there is a casino in the world that hasn’t had to get rid of a biased wheel at some point or other. I have seen this happen countless times over the years, but then I would, wouldn’t I, in fact it seems to follow me around !   Modern day Bias can also be taken advantage of and the good news is that there are one or two causes of it that put it beyond the traditional casino countermeasures.



 It’s a myth that roulette wheels are identical.


The performance of roulette wheels is very varied, even if exactly the same model is made by the same man on the same day it will always perform differently. This may well not be noticeable to the average player, but to the pro it will stand out a mile. Some will show a bias that is playable and some will show a smaller and less playable bias but they will certainly be different. In fact this phenomenon is so well known that the term ‘roulette wheel signature’ was introduced to imply the total individuality of wheels, and for the pro roulette player this identification process is his art.  


Did French mathematician Blaise Pascal really design the roulette wheel so the numbers all added up to the devil’s 666


They do add up to 666 and it’s been a myth for many years about why, but a myth is all it is. It was also claimed that this is why they chose a 00 as the extra number in American roulette. I don’t know about you guys but I think adding the number 37 into an otherwise good table layout would not have been a good idea.


 A Myth That roulette dealers can not deal number sections.


This is a whopper of a myth. I do it on my wheel everyday at home, just for fun. When modern day bias is considered, along with many other roulette playing factors it can then be straight forward. I used all the same roulette playing factors to figure it out and it surprises my customers when I throw their favourite numbers at a far higher rate than normal. This can be seen at on the dealer signature pages. Players should not worry too much about all this because it is in reality a very rare skill and even when a dealer says he can, he will almost certainly be exaggerating.



Roulette bet staking systems can beat roulette.


This is not just a myth; it’s also got to be a joke. Stake Betting systems in roulette were discredited about 40 years ago, and in all its numerous forms it is the least effective roulette strategy available. These systems used to be sold but are more commonly available for free nowadays as lure into online roulette gambling. The sad part is they are designed only to lose after a running streak against the player and when that occurs the loss is very sudden and very big. So for most players, all will seem great at first, happily winning units 1 at a time until suddenly they lose the lot and more. If you ever feel the urge to look into all this then try it by flipping a coin and not on a roulette wheel.


The history of previous spin data is helpful to predicting the outcome of the next spin.


Most people think that this is a just a myth but it is very true and in different ways as well. Collecting the winning roulette number data over 1000 spins will indicate as to whether a roulette number is biased or not. That’s the first way~

The second way is with my visual roulette system where the history of the previous spins can be an amazing indicator of what is happening next but in this case it is not about the numbers, it is all about the conditions that affect the ball. The conditions will affect the type of spins that are occurring at any given moment. If the ball bounces in a nice repetitive way it is only able to do this because of the external conditions and the fact that it has happened on previous spins will be the best indicator that it is likely to continue happening over the next few spins.

When the conditions change and the bounce becomes more mixed, then that too will be an indicator for the future spins.


Casinos rig their roulette wheels

This is part myth and part truth and depends more on what era we are looking at. Today the casino licenses are so valuable that there is just no point in running the risk of defrauding customers. In my experience Casinos go out of their way to run a straight game but the problem for them is that when it comes to roulette it is not a straight game in the natural way, let alone in a bent way.

However if we looked back at a past era and may be the days of the Mob then just about anything that could be done to gaffe a wheel was done. Wedges under 1 side of the wheel, magnets to force the ball down at a chosen moment, ball stoppers set into the ball track and connected to a lever; the list goes on forever



The only way to win at roulette is to steal the money, a reported quote from Einstein.


Dare I suggest that Einstein was wrong and had overlooked the subject of roulette bias? I think that it is highly unlikely that this was ever actually said by Einstein, and if it was then it was almost certainly taken out of context in that he would have been referring to mathematical staking systems for roulette, and to that extent his assertions would have been correct. I can just imagine Einstein looking at the maths of roulette bet staking systems and getting all excited in the knowledge that if there was a mathematical method out there, he would be better placed than anyone to find it, and it looks like he may also have been big enough to admit that he hadn’t.



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