Edge and profit from your experience


#1

Hi, i am new in the forum but i like to read you everyday. Is there someone who wants to say something about his personal experience in terms of edge and profit over long term? Using roulette computers i mean. If we are here its because we don’t have -2,7% but more than 1% on our side i guess. Thanks :slight_smile:


#2

[quote=“Trainer, post:1, topic:1163”]Hi, i am new in the forum but i like to read you everyday. Is there someone who wants to say something about his personal experience in terms of edge and profit over long term? Using roulette computers i mean. If we are here its because we don’t have -2,7% but more than 1% on our side i guess. Thanks :)[/quote]Speaking openly… here rc is a soft in prosses of development. With older programmes there were winners. Acrobat 1 had some good relizes, acrobat 2 .test3 was pritty good.
Edge gonna highly depend on your ability to sett properly, plus your ability to recognise change in conditions. With rc you may end up with huge negative expectation, more then -2.7. Trick is in anderstanding what you are doing and looking for changes in conditions in play. Same as vb.
Older versions of software can be used as " roulette calculator" if you sett it on " target diamond". For that you need to establish target properly. Its a misbelive that rc gonna help you to winn if you don’t able to beat the wheel without it.
Im still using rc, but only as a timer. I find confusing to rely on something that has no eyes and no ears to beat roulette. My resoults improved from the moument l stop to rely on rc and started to upply vb only.
However, if you have good conditions in play and your sett is good, your edge can be huge. It will depend on many things dow, one of wich is your familiarity with rc and your ability to clock properly. Remember, rc is a tool, not a solution itself, its as good as its user. You may get yourself one, when you anderstand what you are doing. Its not for a lasy people dow, if you fail to control conditions in play, it will punish you for lasyness.


#3

I appreciated your honesty. I have seen there’s no FFV available anymore. . Only the FFZ… Do you know why?
can you live with this system ? I mean taking as real job… if there’s an edge and you are good, it should be possible right?


#4

[quote=“Trainer, post:3, topic:1163”]I appreciated your honesty. I have seen there’s no FFV available anymore. . Only the FFZ… Do you know why?
can you live with this system ? I mean taking as real job… if there’s an edge and you are good, it should be possible right?[/quote]l took almost 2 years to figur out how things work properly. Don’t expect people go out of their way to help. Theoretically speaking, answer is yes. Practical resoult gonna depend firs on your ability as a player. Second on the wheel. There are very few on these who can make a living of roulette, or at least supplement income as l do. Its a long lerning curve jorney, many who senserely try, don’t make it. You will be required to lern many things to be sussesfull…


#5

Thanks. Do you think I can learn by home with the dvd ? I live in Dubai so there are no casinos here… I am afraid that I can learn only going there. what do you think ?


#6

hi trainer welcome to forum

even if vb is the only way to beat roulette and profit over long term it needs so many things required from player such as accurate clocking of wheel,to find the reference number(with vb2 or with other vb methods which define reference number) correctly, optimal betting pattern and the most important is to find the most profitable wheel( look for the scatter and diamond hit percantage and analyse).
so even with good conditions and player ability there is no guarantee win everytime.so if you want to do it as a job and look as a source of income ı advise you to be patient in the game always observe changing situations, if losing stop and observe, dont be greedy because the most important thing is psychology that you have and feelings towards money.

cheers


#7

[quote=“Trainer, post:5, topic:1163”]Thanks. Do you think I can learn by home with the dvd ? I live in Dubai so there are no casinos here… I am afraid that I can learn only going there. what do you think ?[/quote]lf you are serious about it, get the wheel to yourself.


#8

Mmm so you guys are suggesting me to buy a roulette and test/practice etc. Any suggestions about the brand? Where can I buy it?


#9

[quote=“Trainer, post:8, topic:1163”]Mmm so you guys are suggesting me to buy a roulette and test/practice etc. Any suggestions about the brand? Where can I buy it?[/quote]look ebay… try to get one like you gonna be playing in casino


#10

Trainer

Take it easy and walk with small steps

PM and i will help you to get started

Wait with buying a wheel, first you can try out some VB in real life and see how easy/hard it is


#11

Thanks i will pm you right now. In ebay there are so many differents wheel