Detection Game Guidelines (Camo)

Hello Members,

I am on the search for a complete guide to playing the detection game as a full time professional roulette player. Obtaining the skill to excel in VB and DS good conditions seems worthless if I do not take head to camo myself and still be a long term winner. My goal is to earn a living by playing in 2 online casinos and 5 land based nearby, earning $1000/in 4 hours a week from each location. All including the fact I remain “unbarred” or “86’d”. Is this a fully possible goal as long as I vary my win ratio heavily enough to create win lose fluctuation relative to an average gambler? I speak to Jaffco (John) about this and hes a 25 year long term earner and hes only been banned from a single casino in his career.

I understand at some point or another countermeasures will be thrown my way simply because I am winning more than a casual inexperience gambler with no edge. Such include worst to least harmful in order: getting temporary flat betted by a pit boss, being backed off by a shift manager, NMB immediately after ball spin when such didn’t exist before you sat down, betting track closure immediately after ball spin, ball change, and finally dealer intentionally heavily varying their throw strength.

I have developed my skill in both VB and DS to the point I have a long term profitable edge on good condition wheels, now I am looking for adequate detection guidelines to minimize heat as low as possible so I can maintain a lifelong career WITHOUT having to move to another country to continue play. I realize this is a lot to ask and its not simple to provide such strict “in depth” guidelines but I trust in everyones expertise and generosity to offer me advice and information.

Kind Regards,
Andrew K.

I don’t understand what kind of help you would like from members at this forum.


@ Animatorspov:

…it is very mystirious what you are writing!
Maybe you are a magnificent magician? :o
Why don’t you read some useful posts on this forum?

The way I understand is how to enforce your AP skills without going to be detected.

I would say

1 Don’t stare at the wheel for too long
2 Stare at the electronic boards instead and note down numbers as if you are a system player
3 Play on busy tables
3 Hide your sector bets with other opposite numbers and i.e. even chances.
4 Don’t become greedy, withdraw from table after 1 or very few wins to come back later.

It depends on the skills and awareness of the dealer also, check on his/her communicative (body) language towards you.

My two cent’s good luck!

How about entering a empty table and play a wheel signature and make the dealer relax.
That way you place early bets at some moments.
Then when window of oppertunity opens up for VB you attack with late larger bets.
You use a combination of both looking like a system player.

I have a wheel signature that take advantage of a bias algorithm and a random walk.
Its by Pierre Basieux.

I am at this moment memorizing this wheel signature.
How to place the bets and how the layout is divided.

But there is one issue with this wheel signature and it is the random walk or algorithm.
I don’t fully understand it and how/where to place the bets with the random walk.

Now i have send this method to VB experts and i hope some one will clear out the random walk for me.
I attach the file below.
Both translated and original german file.

If some one here understand the random walk part (how and where to place the bets) then PM me.
Many Thanks.

Basieux Nine-Roulette Translated.pdf (252 KB)

neuner_roulette.pdf (222 KB)

Thanks for the Basieux translation, gonna study it.

The bias algorithm is clear to understand and if you understand the random walk - PM me.
It is also flexibal, you can apply other size with sectors, but then you lose the clever way placing connected bets on the layout.

I will try to post this at Paroli forum and see if some one can help out.

I saw all that in Basiux books. All that is not about where to bet - only how to bet fast to cover about 10 numbers.

And one more what is not clear for me with you Lucky - you always use some very old material and think that in it will be hiden some secret.
There are no secrets - if you play bias - you must use what is necesarry for bias, detect it if it is and play on it. How to bet, how much to bet, is other questtion - far not very important or say not first stage importancy.

Betting way will not help you if you cant recognise biased numbers.

If you play VB - here is also all simple - you must have good prediction. Here again not important in which way you get prediction - it simply must give you advantage.

If you cant get good enough predictions with advantage - can be several reasons for that ;

1 Wheel is to hard for VB, no matter who play.

2Wheel is to hard for you, but other can win on it.

Theese two moments player must firstly learn how to recognise, only after he can go more deep to VB.
The same moments are on bias. You can have the same data as other and you can lost , but other can win, because you not know how to use your data.
I saw very much cases, when players simply not know how to use data which they have, no matter if that is data for bias or if it is for VB.

So every player firstly must answer, what data he must have that will be possibilities to win and then solve in which ways he can get that data - one way can be more easy - other - more fast etc…

But most important that player must know what he must do and why.

Old methods are usually - harder methods. Why ? Because when they was created wheels was much more easy to play.
Now wheels are really hard to play and usually old methods simply not get enough advantage or are very hard to apply them.