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Recreational bettors need to understand that most betting systems are not based around the numbers on the wheel. Instead, they are based around the numbers on the roulette table. It’s going to get harder to beat roulette as the years go by and technology becomes even more advanced. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be done.

RonC
The OP has made one post--the original one that created this thread. I'm not sure how much he even believes in his system!!
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Casino drive la valentine recrutement. Oct 27, 2012 Professional gamblers know that when it comes to the game of roulette, the best strategy is the same one that supercomputer Joshua applied to nuclear war in the movie WarGames: 'The only way to. Feb 07, 2019  Anyone who claims it is ' easy' to beat roulette does not understand the problems involved. It is bad advice to encourage newbies to think it is easy to profit. I am shocked that any knowledgeable player can even think of making such a rash statement.

OP is busy at his local brick and mortar building his bankroll. lol
OT... Witnessed a player bet $2k on black the other day. He was expecting half back when 00 came out. Dealer said this isn't Atlantic City, no European imprisonment rule here. Player was not happy.
konceptum

Why does roulette of all games attract so many people who think it is beatable.
The maths with roulette are simple, and it should be obvious to everyone that it cannot be beat.
I just dont get it. (Other than scammers trying to scam people by selling systems etc)

Unlike the other responders, the reason I think roulette attracts many people wanting to beat it is because of three things: 1) the high payout (35-1), 2) human interaction with the selection of the winning number, and 3) the people attracted to roulette are less likely to be mathematically inclined. However, #3 applies to a lot of people gambling in a casino, so I'm going to ignore that for now.
I think the high payout of a single number hit is the most attractive to a lot of people with gambling mentality. Plus, the concept of letting it ride. (The episode of Futurama where Zoidberg bets $8 million in Mars Vegas, wins, then lets it ride, and wins again, comes to mind.) In very few other casino games could a person plunk down a $100 bet on one number, one spin of the wheel, and come away with $3,500.
But it's not just this high payout. It's the spread of payouts available to the 'shrewd' gambler. From a high of 35-1 all the way down to a seemingly meaningless 1-1 payout. But therein lies the secret to winning at the game. Obviously, the 35-1 bets are for the suckers, and the casino takes them for all they can get. But surely the 1-1 bets are beatable. You only win slowly, but you will win! [sarcasm off] I can easily see how some people would think that the high payout bets are sucker bets, while the low payout bets must allow for some sort of system which will beat the house.
The second concept is human interaction. I think a lot of times when there is a human being involved in the selection of winning a gamble, then people will want to say that a system should be possible. For roulette, it's the man spinning the wheel and placing the ball into motion. Surely it must be possible to watch how he operates, and a pattern will develop. For craps, it's the person throwing the dice. Dice setting works, right?!? Crazy dice throwers always seven out, right?!? Women who have never played before are lucky throwers, right?!? Even in blackjack, people think that how, where, who cuts the cards will make a distinction in what happens for that particular shoe. Over at the slot machines, people 'know' that how they pull the handle, how hard they pull the handle, and when they pull the handle will all make a difference in whether or not they win, provided they have found the 'lucky' machine, of course.
DJTeddyBear

3) the people attracted to roulette are less likely to be mathematically inclined. However, #3 applies to a lot of people gambling in a casino, so I'm going to ignore that for now.

Actually, I think that hit the nail on the head.
Maybe calculating house edge is beyond most people, and many people do not understand that every bet (except for the 00,0,1,2,3 combo) has the same relative payouts.Roulette
But it takes little to realize that, assuming it's a fair wheel, every number has an equal chance of hitting. There is no other game where that simple fact is so easy to grasp.
Plus, with all the different bets available, it doesn't take much imagination to devise a, ahem, sure-fire winning strategy.
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But it takes little to realize that, assuming it's a fair wheel, every number has an equal chance of hitting. There is no other game where that simple fact is so easy to grasp.
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A huge number of roulette players think some
numbers hit more often than others. They also
Roulettethink if you bet on the zeros and win, you have
somehow defeated the casino because those
are the 'house numbers' and they casino gets
mad if you win on them. Some people bet on
the zeros on every spin, along with their regular
bets. They think it evens things out or it buys
them some kind of insurance.
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Maybe calculating house edge is beyond most people, and many people do not understand that every bet (except for the 00,0,1,2,3 combo) has the same relative payouts.

House edge is confusing to most people because of the way is normally described.
I understand it as the less than true odds payout on most simple bets.
The bet should pay 3 to 1 but you are paid just 2 to 1 on any win.
I make a $5 bet on Red and all I ever read or hear is over an infinite number of bets I WILL lose 5.26% or 26cents each bet made.
Come on.
I only make 10 bets and still find it hard to lose exactly $2.60
Then those that just push just the house edge and say NOTHING about variance,
because they really do not understand that concept or how to explain it to one that does not understand it,
say it is only for the 'long run' not just 10 bets.
So now it is not exactly $2.60 but about 5.26%?
IS 5.0% close enough?
How about 4.89% in 30 spins?
IS there not any variance to the house edge?
Oops, that variance again.
No one understands it (variance or standard deviation)
and the ones that do can not explain it well enough to the ones that do not.
And that leaves us with just the old house edge to go by.
And dogs chase their tails!?!
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konceptum

House edge is confusing to most people because of the way is normally described.

Can we amend this statement to 'House edge is confusing to most people because it is never described to them.'? I mean, the average person in the casino is NEVER presented with the term 'house edge', nor do they understand that there is a house edge. In the middle of the day, when they are teaching people how to play roulette, they say, 'You place the amount you want to bet on any number, and *when* it hits, you'll get paid 35-1.' First, they say 'when' it hits, as though it's a guarantee. Nor are they ever told they are fighting a house edge of 5.26% or that the payout amount is less than true odds payout.
Not too long ago, you didn't know what was in the food you ate. Then a requirement was made for manufacturers to put ingredient lists on packages of food. Then they started requiring to put the Nutrition Facts on the label. Now there's a movement that people think the caffeine content of items should be listed on the package as well. One has to wonder if casinos were required to actually put 'truth in advertising' labels on their games, if it would have any effect on people. Seeing a sign that said, this game has a house edge of 5.26%. Or a sign that said, For every $100 you bet at this game, you will lose $5.26.
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Or a sign that said, For every $100 you bet at this game, you will lose $5.26.

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If they did, I am sure some lawyer would sue and win over that sign.
Everyone that bets $100 on Roulette will only by coincidence lose 5.26
That would be from the change falling from their pockets.
The OPs betting idea is a bit hard to follow.
He calls a street bet that pays 2 to 1?
Maybe he needs to clarify his betting system so I can give it a spin, on the computer that is,
so he will know he will just not lose 5.26% of his total money bet.
That is just an average over many bets.
I know what variance is and can easily show how to use it in a gambling sense.
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The OP should learn how to spell 'lose' because it's going to happen to them a lot.