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£32 quid free when signing up for 32 Red casino... now whats so good about that I hear you ask...

Well, if you have time and patience and follow a system, you can pull out a profit without risk!

Basically sign up, play the instant casino and you get your 32 quid free. Now it has playthrough requirements of 30 x the 32... so 960 pounds worth of bets with a max of £8 at once... yet the game you will need to play only covers 50% of that, so you need to do it twice over.. so the 960 x 2 = 1920 pounds worth of bets.. sounds alot but it goes quick enough.

Anyway the system to use to beat this is as follows:

Play multi wheel roulette - you get 8 tables (makes things easier)

The system is, spin them (auto) until you see a table (maybe more at the same time) get 5 of the same colour in a row.. ie 5 reds. Then what you do is put £4 on black... if it wins, good.. if it loses and its not the zero (ie green) you bet £4 again... if it wins, good... if it loses and is not the zero (ie green) go with £8 on black... do this until you win on that table.

Sounds complex and im pap at explaining things, but as long as you stick to it (dont put your own money in) and can handle variance then im sure you will come out with something... ive been as low as 20 quid and high as 120 when doing it, but coming out with 80 odd is money for nothing bar time on the PC.

**Note I would not suggest using this system with your own cash at any casino... this is just a way of trying to beat the odds (Fairly successfully) with some free no strings as such cash.
 
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Thanks, I'll give this a go tonight, even though I didn't fully understand what you were saying :p

EDIT: Just re-read it, makes sense now. I assume when you win, you wait until that table shows the same colour multiple times again.
 
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Anyway the system to use to beat this is as follows:

Play multi wheel roulette - you get 8 tables (makes things easier)

The system is, spin them (auto) until you see a table (maybe more at the same time) get 5 of the same colour in a row.. ie 5 reds. Then what you do is put £4 on black... if it wins, good.. if it loses and its not the zero (ie green) you bet £4 again... if it wins, good... if it loses and is not the zero (ie green) go with £8 on black... do this until you win on that table.

How is that supposed to work? Roulette spins are independent events, so 5 reds in a row does not mean that table is any more likely to land black on the next go than any other table.
 
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Why do you wait until a table has spun black five in a row? Surely the odds of going red or black are unrelated to what the previous spin was?
 
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Why do you wait until a table has spun black five in a row? Surely the odds of going red or black are unrelated to what the previous spin was?

I don't bet myself, but I often wonder if the computer versions are scripted in some way. What you say would be true of a roulette wheel, but how does the computer calculate it?
 
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I don't bet myself, but I often wonder if the computer versions are scripted in some way. What you say would be true of a roulette wheel, but how does the computer calculate it?

The computer would use a random number generator. They're not truly random on a computer, they need to use a seed, however for the point of predicting what number will come up they are effectively random.
 
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Why do you wait until a table has spun black five in a row? Surely the odds of going red or black are unrelated to what the previous spin was?

Basically ill try using some sort of diagram

Table

R R R R R

you then bet £4 Black

if it wins, wait until the table does RRRRR or BBBBB again (dont matter which colour, you are just waiting for the chain of 5) if at any point a 'zero' breaks up the run, start again so ie RRRR0R ... dont think ok 5 Reds, think thats just 1 Red as we start again after a zero on that point.

Now if you bet £4 and it loses, bet £4 again, if that loses you go to £8... this gives you 3 bets which would break you even... on occasions variance bites and you will have to go with £8 over and over until you win on that table.

Now id suggest multi wheel roulette as 8 tables play at once, meaning you can see runs quicker and get through the playthrough quicker (the game tracks the calls). Remember though if a run of 5 hits on 2 tables at the same time, play them one at a time.
 
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Why do you wait until a table has spun black five in a row? Surely the odds of going red or black are unrelated to what the previous spin was?

This.

The odds of spinning 6 reds in a row are obviously going to be less than spinning 5 reds in a row, but after spinning 5 reds the odds for the next spin are still the same as the rest of the individual spins.
 
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But why wait on the R R R R R or B B B B B ? Why would that give an indication of what was coming next?

Have a read here.

Nope it dosent but most online roulette wheels will run the same colour 8 times, not guarenteed but thats the way it is.. the maths works (idk but it does)

For example from my cahrt i kept to keep track of the first 150 times I had a chance to bet (ie a streak appeared) 93 times I won straight away.. ie BBBBB and R came up, or RRRRR and B came up. Thats what around 60%, not bad and as I say its using free money. If I looked at my charts for 2nd bet wins, id say they came in around 40 times ontop of that 93 and probably the last 20 or so where 3 or more... remembering that if it comes up in 3 goes, you dont lose.. its only on the 4th or more that you start to lose money.
 
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You could do the exact opposite ie

RRRRR and bet red and your odds would be exactly the same your winnings are variance from the mean return
 
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Now will this break the bank in Monte Carlo?

Possibly, but like the free 40 quid on Sky Bet, its a free 32 quid that you could make into more! Im not advocating gambling or promoting myself to be an expert, im just sharing some luck I had, following a system i saw online and using to take advantage of free money in my free time.
 
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You'd be better using the blackjack games for this, using the strategy tables that show you when to hit/stand/double/etc.

They minimise your losses (and in some cases you will make some gains) while you play through the required amount, then you withdraw the balance.

It's still gambling - there's no guarantee you won't lose it all, so never play for money you can't afford to lose, but your method doesn't seem to have any logical system to it, previous rolls have no effect on subsequent ones. It's an inability to understand the true nature of randomness which many people seem to suffer from (in much the same way that people think playing the lottery with 6 numbers in a row makes you less likely to win :rolleyes:)
 
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Anyone with a "system" for roulette will be welcomed into any casino in the land with open arms and a free drink.

that should tell you something :p
 
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