John Huxley Update


#1

G’day Wheelwatchers

You may find the attached report of interest? I believe I first spotted this system in action at the Vanuatu Casino and also spotted my own photo on their screen being checked out by the pit boss.

Cheers

Mike.


Top_Roulette_Analytics_Download_Free.pdf (914 KB)


#2

Another hurdle to go through, we`ve better pick any other wheel without this system.


#3

This system has been in operation for some years now. I recall cammegh having their own, at the time it
was done remotely for a fee. The casino slowly shifts the advantage in their favour as their knowledge builds.
To be expected I guess, they can manipulate the game with RRS and decide how and when a game is run,
these are very powerful tools if you know when to use them.

If you stop and think about it, this is nothing we as players would not do if we owned a casino! As players we
simply cannot employ new tech in the way a casino can and I have seen them do much worse then this to root
out the players from the gamblers.


#4

Looks like they are doing a good work. I hope this programme works similar to previous version; ).


#5

Thank you Mike for sharing ;D


#6

So why they divide it to 3 areas?

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Huxley ball drop.
[/info]

Drop Zone Reports
For the purposes of monitoring wheel security and
performance, a Roulette Wheel is divided into three
imaginary Drop Zones – these can be visualized
using the GFL Optimisation Wheel Analysis feature.
If the ball shows a noticeable tendency to leave the
ball track in one of these zones more often than any
other, there is likely a bigger issue that needs to be
addressed.
With Drop Zone Reporting, a greater percent of
frequency of the ball leaving the rim in a particular
zone is a strong indication that the wheel is either
dirty, imbalanced or that there has been some table or
wheel tampering. Operators who pay attention to their
Drop Zone reports have the advantage of knowing
immediately when to look into a wheel’s integrity.
This allows them to either action immediate wheel
maintenance or address suspicious game behaviour.


#7

Forester

Because the average Casino employee is not smart enough or interested enough to absorb any more than three drop zones!

Mike.


#8

Huxley has been the reason for much of our success for many years. Many of us have enjoyed the false sense of security that they have endowed the casino industry with for many years.

They seem to be the Fiat of the roulette wheel industry.

“The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that he doesn’t exist.”- quote from,“The Usual Suspects”


#9

"The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that he doesn’t exist."
The usual suspects’s quote
Keyser Soze’s phrase
It turns easier to work when your work remains unnoticed
Kabbalah’s principles about Satan’s work find coincidencies with this film quote
Let Huxley industries be perfect


#10

Their sales campaign has convinced the casinos that if an AP player is consistently winning at roulette that the player must some how be cheating. This has led to some absurd and hilarious gaming disputes with the casinos over the years.

To date, the largest AP wins in North America have almost all been on Huxley wheels.


#11

[quote=“mikemcbain, post:7, topic:1193”]Forester

Because the average Casino employee is not smart enough or interested enough to absorb any more than three drop zones!

Mike.[/quote]
HEHE,

I believe then don’t use much of it. I see wheels for months with dominant drop points.
One I noticed all past >20 results were from 33 to 15, sure it can be a coincidence.
Last time i noticed man playing always something as 22 to just after 0. I looked the con and light reflection on it, it looked much higher at #12 area. I am not a bias expert but I believe they can’t detect it properly because they have data without rotor speed and on fast rotor the ball behaves differently.


#12

[quote=“forester, post:11, topic:1193”][quote=“mikemcbain, post:7, topic:1193”]Forester

Because the average Casino employee is not smart enough or interested enough to absorb any more than three drop zones!

Mike.[/quote]
HEHE,

I believe then don’t use much of it. I see wheels for months with dominant drop points.
One I noticed all past >20 results were from 33 to 15, sure it can be a coincidence.
Last time i noticed man playing always something as 22 to just after 0. I looked the con and light reflection on it, it looked much higher at #12 area. I am not a bias expert but I believe they can’t detect it properly because they have data without rotor speed and on fast rotor the ball behaves differently.[/quote]Up to the moment soft they have is bs. For many reasons…
Besides, playing bias is not nessesary same thing from day 1 to day 2…
Many casinos online are aware that they may have bias wheel, l witnessed in my play 2 cases already where countermeasures employed were driven by intelegence aproach. Mean they made sense! !! It’s kind of scary to think that we may have some bias players working as casino consultant. …
One of these cases even teached me something new :). Dealer may operate bias wheel wisely to achieve higher take persentage! I hope method will not become common publick knolidge any soon, but it’s scary anyway.


#13

The casino can employ much better tech than this to secure their profit. I don’t think many AP’ers
will worry if a casino stops at bias software. From another angle, if these wheels are so good how
can spending so much on this stuff make any sense? To me it seems opportunities can and do arise.