The James Bond roulette systems in the Taliban Desert - /07/2001
How James Bond played a losing roulette system based on two dozens or two columns - losing system. Ion Saliu's roulette is the best ever. Response to the chairman of a Nevada casino who wanted to scare off potential users of the super roulette strategy (that requires recording the spins in a notebook).
- "Roulette Systems", Threats from Casino Chairman March 05, 2001.
A casino boss presented a roulette system based on two columns or dozens. He also threatened that writing roulette numbers could end in arrest of players. I am currently the Chairman of the MGM Grand, and I was advised of this site by way of a memo sent to me. I have dealt with EVERY aspect of the casino floor at one time or another, and I can attest that Roulette is a completely random probability.(John Schroder on March 05, 2001).
- Probability, Odds to Win Roulette in Various Number of Spins: To Be Ahead and Quit - 5/27/2003.
This question was posted in mathematical newsgroups (alt.math.recreational, alt.math.undergrad, alt.sci.math.probability): "Winning and Quitting on Red/Black in Roulette".
"Obviously in roulette betting on in the long run you are going to lose your money but at some point chances are you'll be in profit. To take an extreme example if you had $1000 you could reasonably expect to be up $1 at some point. Is it possible to generalise this? I want to win W dollars at which point I will quit. How much cash C would I need to have probability P of succeeding. Let's say I'm betting on a 37 number roulette wheel (18 red 18 black and one green 0)?"
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