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All,

I was reading though one of the roulette based forums and one of the threads had something to do with some "worse case ever recorded" of red/black disparity in 200 spins. As that would equate to about 3 or 4 shoes, I figured I'd see what MDB could do. Didn't sound all that bad to me but I see things differently I guess.

Decided to run MDB on it mainly because it would be a mechanical system running against a mechanical game and not cards.

End result, running MDB strictly by the rules:

+51 units to finish with a high wager of TWO!!

Always good to know if the baccarat tables are full or smoky and you're killing time.

MVS

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Appreciate if you could give a sample of how you applied MDB to those Roulette recorded results.

Thank You

Johnnycs1,

Pretty straight forward.

Black was Banker. Red was Player. He had stated that there were 59 reds out of the 200 spins.

Strictly BaS40 (or S1 as we're calling it now) to start and it held up all the way through.

From the way the guy was describing it, I thought for sure I'd be moving to S4+ early on, but it never was needed.

MVS

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Johnnycs1,

Pretty straight forward.

Black was Banker. Red was Player. He had stated that there were 59 reds out of the 200 spins.

Strictly BaS40 (or S1 as we're calling it now) to start and it held up all the way through.

From the way the guy was describing it, I thought for sure I'd be moving to S4+ early on, but it never was needed.

MVS

Hi MVS?

How long does it take to play 200 spins of roulette in the casino ?

Thanks Wendel.

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In Beat the Casino strategy the ties are ignored or not counted. In Roulette you have the 0 and 00. Every time the 0 or 00 hits, all bets are lost. If you can forecast when the 0 or 00 are going to rear their ugly head maybe you can hedge the bets. A red chip on the 0 and 00 pays 18 to 1 returning $90 reducing the loss of the black chip to $10 instead of $100. By setting your scorecard with multiple columns to track each spin such as Black and Red, Odd and Even, High and Low, and 0 and 00 will allow you to place multiple bets per spin. Also, you can see what the results of the programmed patterns, which may be used for placing favorable bets. Bally makes Roulette machines. Some casinos as the Hard Rock in Vegas have single 0 machines which have better odds than the 0 and 00 machines. Playing the Roulette machines allows you to take your time in placing your bets. I would rather take my chances playing the machines instead of the tables. Some dealers are very skill in landing the ball wherever they choose. I am saying some dealers not all.

Gil

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Looking for fellow NOR or MDB players in the Cincinnatti/Louisville area this weekend.

I am going to Kentucky Motor speedway for the Nationwide race on Friday 6/27/2014 and the Sprint Cup race on Saturday night on 6/28/14.

If you would like to play on Saturday or Sunday please send an E-mail and I will see if we can work something out.

There is 5 different casinos within 1 hour of Sparta,Kentucky, the site of the Nascar races on Friday and Saturday.

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Sir, did you try the MD Roulette again? If so how you doing?

All,

I was reading though one of the roulette based forums and one of the threads had something to do with some "worse case ever recorded" of red/black disparity in 200 spins. As that would equate to about 3 or 4 shoes, I figured I'd see what MDB could do. Didn't sound all that bad to me but I see things differently I guess.

Decided to run MDB on it mainly because it would be a mechanical system running against a mechanical game and not cards.

End result, running MDB strictly by the rules:

+51 units to finish with a high wager of TWO!!

Always good to know if the baccarat tables are full or smoky and you're killing time.

MVS

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Sir, did you try the MD Roulette again? If so how you doing?

McVince,

No, I haven't tried it again for two reasons.

The first of which is there are no roulette games near me!

The second is I only did that as a test to see if it would handle what was supposed to be the "worst ever" run or something like that.

MVS

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