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Thread: Are there any professional roulette players here?

  1. #1
    Just curious, are there any professional roulette players on this forum?

  2. #2
    Since there aren't any in the universe, I'll leave it to you to derive the number on this forum. I don't have high hopes for your success though

  3. #3
    Question: What's the difference between professional roulette players and sasquatch?

    Answer: At least there has been a sighting of a sasquatch.

    But if you want to interact with the roulette morons go to Gambling Forums. Tell Spike I sent you.
    Maxpen.Is.The.Forum.Bitch

  4. #4
    Many, many, many ways to crush Roulette.
    I do have to admit that many ways are through cheating and or using devices.
    Warped Wheels are nonexistent.
    Dealers who can put the ball in the half or quadrant every time do exist but not sure how you would go about meeting them since you probably live an upstanding lifestyle like 95% of the members on this forum.

  5. #5
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Question: What's the difference between professional roulette players and sasquatch?

    Answer: At least there has been a sighting of a sasquatch.

    But if you want to interact with the roulette morons go to Gambling Forums. Tell Spike I sent you.

    Ok, I get it. You're obviously not a casino risk consultant, in casino management, or any kind of an AP unless you're a silver miner or vulture.

  6. #6
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Question: What's the difference between professional roulette players and sasquatch?

    Answer: At least there has been a sighting of a sasquatch.

    But if you want to interact with the roulette morons go to Gambling Forums. Tell Spike I sent you.

    Ok, I get it. LOL! You're obviously not a casino risk consultant, in casino management, or any kind of an AP. Are you by chance one of the anti math card counting conspiracy theorists from the old John Patrick forum?

    There are actually, or have been APs in virtually every casino game. At one time, there were even APs working the old old Big Six Wheels that were off balance. There have been APs even in bingo. Other games include, bac, BJ, Pai Gow, Poker, slots, casino war, rebate exploiters, card roulette, roulette, and even craps.

    The AP world is not for the lazy mind, but favors the nerd.


    -Snowman
    Last edited by Snowman; 08-02-2022 at 09:17 AM.

  7. #7
    Nice strawman you cunt.

    There are no professional roulette players cunt, because there aren't enough profitable opportunities to make a living solely off playing roulette. Obviously any game is potentially exploitable under the right condition. But you didn't ask that you cunt.

    The answer to your initial retarded question is no. Cunt.

  8. #8
    Originally Posted by jdaewoo View Post
    Nice strawman you cunt.

    There are no professional roulette players cunt, because there aren't enough profitable opportunities to make a living solely off playing roulette. Obviously any game is potentially exploitable under the right condition. But you didn't ask that you cunt.

    The answer to your initial retarded question is no. Cunt.
    It appears that there could be a shortage of intelligent posters as well.
    Last edited by Snowman; 08-02-2022 at 09:53 AM.

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    Whatever happened to that roulette computer god, Mark Howe?

    He liked to talk a good game.
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  10. #10
    Originally Posted by Snowman View Post
    It appears that there could be a shortage of intelligent posters as well.
    Congrats on finding a roulette promo or glitch earning you $8.37/hr over the last week or month or whatever. Doesn't make you a professional roulette player you ignorant cunt.

  11. #11
    The words “Roulette AP” make me nauseous just thinking about it. Roulette is an easy game to protect from a game protection stand point. So if a casino has vulnerabilities at their Roulette tables, they deserve to lose money.

    The main issue with Roulette is the variance. There are just much easier ways to make money without massive variance.

  12. #12
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Whatever happened to that roulette computer god, Mark Howe?

    He liked to talk a good game.
    I'm not sure. I remember him well as being a wildly manic poster in an endless argument with Forester. I never knew if he got his act together enough to really make it.

  13. #13
    Originally Posted by Snowman View Post
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Question: What's the difference between professional roulette players and sasquatch?

    Answer: At least there has been a sighting of a sasquatch.

    But if you want to interact with the roulette morons go to Gambling Forums. Tell Spike I sent you.

    Ok, I get it. LOL! You're obviously not a casino risk consultant, in casino management, or any kind of an AP. Are you by chance one of the anti math card counting conspiracy theorists from the old John Patrick forum?

    There are actually, or have been APs in virtually every casino game. At one time, there were even APs working the old old Big Six Wheels that were off balance. There have been APs even in bingo. Other games include, bac, BJ, Pai Gow, Poker, slots, casino war, rebate exploiters, card roulette, roulette, and even craps.

    The AP world is not for the lazy mind, but favors the nerd.


    -Snowman
    Thanks for the tips, Snowcunt, but as a 30 year professional gambler I think I might be able to get by without your advice.

    Yeah, sure, give me 6% or better cashback on my wager....or how about paying off 40 for 1 when my number comes in....or laying me 10 to 9 on red or black....or tilting the wheel so that the ball always lands on one side....And I'll definitely show you how to beat roulette.

    Playing roulette without an edge is for losers.
    Maxpen.Is.The.Forum.Bitch

  14. #14
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Originally Posted by Snowman View Post
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Question: What's the difference between professional roulette players and sasquatch?

    Answer: At least there has been a sighting of a sasquatch.

    But if you want to interact with the roulette morons go to Gambling Forums. Tell Spike I sent you.

    Ok, I get it. LOL! You're obviously not a casino risk consultant, in casino management, or any kind of an AP. Are you by chance one of the anti math card counting conspiracy theorists from the old John Patrick forum?

    There are actually, or have been APs in virtually every casino game. At one time, there were even APs working the old old Big Six Wheels that were off balance. There have been APs even in bingo. Other games include, bac, BJ, Pai Gow, Poker, slots, casino war, rebate exploiters, card roulette, roulette, and even craps.

    The AP world is not for the lazy mind, but favors the nerd.


    -Snowman
    Thanks for the tips, Snowcunt, but as a 30 year professional gambler I think I might be able to get by without your advice.

    Yeah, sure, give me 6% or better cashback on my wager....or how about paying off 40 for 1 when my number comes in....or laying me 10 to 9 on red or black....or tilting the wheel so that the ball always lands on one side....And I'll definitely show you how to beat roulette.

    Playing roulette without an edge is for losers.
    Sorry, but I don't really see anything that would indicate to me that you're an experienced AP, and I can usually spot a fraud a mile away. So what game are you pretending to beat? (Psst..30 years of smoking and an std doesn't mean that you're an AP)
    Last edited by Snowman; 08-02-2022 at 10:37 PM.

  15. #15
    Originally Posted by Snowman View Post
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Originally Posted by Snowman View Post


    Ok, I get it. LOL! You're obviously not a casino risk consultant, in casino management, or any kind of an AP. Are you by chance one of the anti math card counting conspiracy theorists from the old John Patrick forum?

    There are actually, or have been APs in virtually every casino game. At one time, there were even APs working the old old Big Six Wheels that were off balance. There have been APs even in bingo. Other games include, bac, BJ, Pai Gow, Poker, slots, casino war, rebate exploiters, card roulette, roulette, and even craps.

    The AP world is not for the lazy mind, but favors the nerd.


    -Snowman
    Thanks for the tips, Snowcunt, but as a 30 year professional gambler I think I might be able to get by without your advice.

    Yeah, sure, give me 6% or better cashback on my wager....or how about paying off 40 for 1 when my number comes in....or laying me 10 to 9 on red or black....or tilting the wheel so that the ball always lands on one side....And I'll definitely show you how to beat roulette.

    Playing roulette without an edge is for losers.
    Sorry, but I don't really see anything that would indicate to me that you're an experienced AP, and I can usually spot a fraud a mile away. So what game are you pretending to beat? (Psst..30 years of smoking and an std doesn't mean that you're an AP)
    Lets play a game.

    Imbecile or troll?
    I wander through the path of life. Wondering. Wondering what my next signature on VCT should be.

  16. #16
    Originally Posted by accountinquestion View Post
    Lets play a game.

    Imbecile or troll?
    Both.

  17. #17
    Originally Posted by jdaewoo View Post
    Originally Posted by accountinquestion View Post
    Lets play a game.

    Imbecile or troll?
    Both.
    No

  18. #18
    Originally Posted by Snowman View Post
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Originally Posted by Snowman View Post


    Ok, I get it. LOL! You're obviously not a casino risk consultant, in casino management, or any kind of an AP. Are you by chance one of the anti math card counting conspiracy theorists from the old John Patrick forum?

    There are actually, or have been APs in virtually every casino game. At one time, there were even APs working the old old Big Six Wheels that were off balance. There have been APs even in bingo. Other games include, bac, BJ, Pai Gow, Poker, slots, casino war, rebate exploiters, card roulette, roulette, and even craps.

    The AP world is not for the lazy mind, but favors the nerd.


    -Snowman
    Thanks for the tips, Snowcunt, but as a 30 year professional gambler I think I might be able to get by without your advice.

    Yeah, sure, give me 6% or better cashback on my wager....or how about paying off 40 for 1 when my number comes in....or laying me 10 to 9 on red or black....or tilting the wheel so that the ball always lands on one side....And I'll definitely show you how to beat roulette.

    Playing roulette without an edge is for losers.
    Sorry, but I don't really see anything that would indicate to me that you're an experienced AP, and I can usually spot a fraud a mile away. So what game are you pretending to beat? (Psst..30 years of smoking and an std doesn't mean that you're an AP)
    I've worked hundreds of different plays. Slot AP, video poker AP, video keno AP, video blackjack AP.

    You're an idiot, kid. Go hug your daddy's neck. He's an idiot too.
    Maxpen.Is.The.Forum.Bitch

  19. #19
    The people that don't believe in roulette AP are the same ones that don't believe table games like TCP and UTH are beatable.

  20. #20
    Originally Posted by jbjb View Post
    The people that don't believe in roulette AP are the same ones that don't believe table games like TCP and UTH are beatable.
    I don't think so. Roulette is a 5.26% house edge. Something has to change the house advantage into a house negative to beat roulette. No one is going to beat roulette in the long run while playing at a 5.26% deficit. There has to be an angle.

    So if you are playing roulette with an advantage, I don't expect you to tell us how you do it, but tell us what the angle adds percentagewise.
    Maxpen.Is.The.Forum.Bitch

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