How to beat the casino

Constantino

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Hello guys and gals, below you will read my method to beat the roulette and I would love to read to your thoughts over it so we don't go broke over a false theory.

The probability to win on the European roulette is 18/37 and to lose is 19/37

If i bet 11 units(dollars, euros whatever) every time until i lose, where i bet 10 and then i go back to 11 repeating over and over again, is this profitable in the long run? Is there a formula or a chart to prove this?

Thanks!!
 

Jomo

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Hello guys and gals, below you will read my method to beat the roulette and I would love to read to your thoughts over it so we don't go broke over a false theory.

The probability to win on the European roulette is 18/37 and to lose is 19/37

If i bet 11 units(dollars, euros whatever) every time until i lose, where i bet 10 and then i go back to 11 repeating over and over again, is this profitable in the long run? Is there a formula or a chart to prove this?

Thanks!!
No matter how you decide what you will bet you WILL lose, on average, $1 for every $37 you bet. The only way to win at roulette is to use a hidden device that has the appropriate physics formulas in it to predict (approximately) where the ball will land. Just for the record, the casinos will not be very happy after they catch you with this device.
 
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JeffM

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Hello guys and gals, below you will read my method to beat the roulette and I would love to read to your thoughts over it so we don't go broke over a false theory.

The probability to win on the European roulette is 18/37 and to lose is 19/37

If i bet 11 units(dollars, euros whatever) every time until i lose, where i bet 10 and then i go back to 11 repeating over and over again, is this profitable in the long run? Is there a formula or a chart to prove this?

Thanks!!
If you bet 11 and win, what is the payoff? Of course, you may lose. So what is the expected value of your bet of 11?

if you bet 10 and win, what is the payoff? Of course you may lose. So what is the expected value of your bet of 10?
 

tkhunny

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Hello guys and gals, below you will read my method to beat the roulette and I would love to read to your thoughts over it so we don't go broke over a false theory.

The probability to win on the European roulette is 18/37 and to lose is 19/37

If i bet 11 units(dollars, euros whatever) every time until i lose, where i bet 10 and then i go back to 11 repeating over and over again, is this profitable in the long run? Is there a formula or a chart to prove this?

Thanks!!
Casinos are in business for a reason. The arithmetic has been done. You will lose unless you cheat well enough not to get caught. Very bad business, cheating.
 
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