First of all, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of you! Wish the best to you and your families!
Yesterday I had the chance to find a very tilted wheel at one of the local casinos here (Sofia, Bulgaria). They are currently having construction activities inside the casino and are constantly moving the tables. They have put new carpet and so on. Also, since it’s Christmas and nobody is working, there were a lot of players who were hitting this unfortunate roulette table. In fact, it was so much tilted, that the tilt was visible with the eye! The dominant drop-zone was always more or less the same diamond, which was not a surprise, since it was visible that the highest point of the tilt was about 2 diamonds before it. Unfortunately, most of the time, the scatted was awful (however, there were dealers that produced much less scatter with the same ball because of the higher ball speed they applied initially).
I don’t believe these circumstances would last forever, but, unfortunately, I have never practiced advantage playing on tilted wheels (what I usually do is to wait for an unsuspecting dealer that produces some kind of a signature, e.g. very often every second spin is predictable for many of the dealers there). And now I would like to take the opportunity to take advantage of this big tilt. I observed that in some cases the ball and the winning sector would be exactly above the dominant drop zone. But that was not always the case. I guess I have not watched the correct revolution most of the time.
So my question to you is : how could I detect the key revolution in this case? I tried to clock the wheel (about 4.2 sec for a particular dealer, but changing…as accurate as it is possible without a device). I don’t have a device of any kind (and I plan to buy an FFA or maybe FFZ) and I want to grab the opportunity right now, since I have lost all of my savings…about $42K… in the last 18 months playing roulette and trying everything possible…stupid!:((
Forget to mention, that in this same casino the previous time I found another table with a smaller tilt…I don’t know if it was the same table or not…but the players there (many of them are gypsies) always push heavily the tables as they play…maybe that’s why they are in such bad conditions (fortunetely:)
So, could anybody, please, point me to a link to a visual system for taking advantage of very tilted wheels?