HOW TO GET AN EDGE AT ROULETTE
by Laurance Scott
Laurance Scott is a roulette advantage player, and author of "Professional Roulette Prediction, Vols. 1 and 2," which is available in the AdvantagePlayer.com catalog athttp://tinyurl.com/57t4mj.
Most Advantage Players scoff at the idea that anyone can beat the game of Roulette; however, many people have been doing just that for decades. For those of you unfamiliar with the methods to beat the game, here is a short primer.
There are three ways to beat the game:
Cheat. The most common method used to cheat at Roulette is to Past Post. This is where you place your bet after the ball has come to rest in the wheel. Nice work if you can get it, but the downside is that you canít play Roulette in prison.
Take advantage of a biased wheel. For those of you who have the time to scout many wheels, record tens of thousands of numbers, and know a statistical math wiz, this technique might be for you. But exploiting a bias is not practical for the typical Advantage Player. You will spend a lot of time searching for the very few actual opportunities that exist, and if you do find one, the wheel will likely have been moved, or rotated, or repaired. If you can find a bias, the casino can find it too. This is largely a waste of time.
Predict the outcome by analyzing the motion of the wheel and the ball. This is where you can develop a real edge over the game, and it is a skill you can learn. Itís not easy, but it is not merely a theoretical possibility; there are many people out there in casinos doing it right now.
The question I get asked most often is this: How big of an edge do you have? The answer is...
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