[quote=“majest08, post:39, topic:955”]I guess I will stay with the live wheel for a while, this is where all the fun is about. I guess with dedication and training, I will beat the roulette. Until then, I will start using those computer devices.
By the way, toxic. How often you go to casino? (Once a week perhaps)
In average of 10 games, how many games you get the number nailed?
What is your major mistake in VB2 that take you sometime to correct it?
I am eager to know more from the expert like you guys ;D ;D ;D[/quote]
I actually go too much! Sometimes 3 times a week, mostly twice a week.
It is hard to say how many times I hit on the number but it is quite a lot. I play a Huxley MK4 (I think) at the one casino with a 2pin dominant drop. On Sunday I played but the dealers know me too well and if the table is quiet they target me. It has become a bit of a dual between me and the dealers. I rather go a bit later these days when the tables are busy and the high rollers are there then I just stand in the background and step forward and throw my money on the table and call two call bets. I always make sure that the call bets overlap by at least two numbers. Often I hit on the overlaps which is off course great. Make no mistake though. Certain days it does not go so well. Thing is not to chase it then. Just leave and come back another day.
On those days even if you predict right it always seem to just miss by a pocket or two
My main major mistake with vb2 is most probably greed. I get a couple of good hits and then I raise my bets which is not always a good idea cause two losses and all your profit made is gone. In other words my worst mistake (goes for any advantage technique) is I do not follow the Kelly betting criteria. I take 400 bucks and start betting. If I come off though sometimes I really rock. Another mistake is my own stubbornness. I hate it when the dealer attacks me with counter measures and looks me straight in the eye. In the beginning I use to take on the challenge everytime. Now I have learned not to take them on face to face. I walk away (but do not leave) and keep an eye on the wheel to see if it is back to normal and also that the dealer does not spin a short spin (cause then it most probably has lost linearity) If the spin is right I walk up to the table and call.
In the past I have predicted on the short spins as well (with some positive results) but then I basically still do vb2 but use my prediction number as a reference number. My advice is to find a good wheel to play and spend as much time on it as possible. Even if you do not actually play, just spend time there. I had mixed results in the beginning but the more you play you start recognizing different scenarios.
BTW I do not see myself as an expert. If I was I’d win everytime! I do win more than what I loose though.