Author Topic: electrostatic experiments - balls being moved - without? - using air who knows  (Read 1872 times)

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Reyth

So if a wheel has holes in the pockets, we need to assume its not fair because air can be forced through those holes.  How can that even work, isn't it like so obvious?

I mean it can't fool any kind of auditor, right?

So this is why you are posting about magnetism, right?  Haven't magnatized wheels been around for decades?
 

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I refer you to this only image i can find with "holes" in the pockets... they are actually at the back of the pocket...

http://www.spielbank-wiesbaden.de/uploads/tx_simpleslider/Casino-Stills-768_03.jpg

I am going to publicly say that I no longer think air is helping anything out, and an auditor is never even going to think about this happening. the wheels at my casino though, have these odd slots at the back of the pocket which I BELIEVED to be air. I no longer think this is the case.

Secondly, this isnt about whether or not magnetism is around, or legal or whatever, its about WHO CONTROLS the magnetism.

having a metal ball or metal inside a ball would give BOTH the casino and and average joe the ability to influence the ball.

Even the casino SHOULD NOT have control over the ball.

So the manufacturer is the one who puts all of this in.

The casino has  no clue, because its just the last part of the road for a roulette wheel.

Its all based on the regulations of where the casino is located, and controlled by some kind of regulatory board, in my case a gaming board.

 
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Reyth

Wow thanks.  I cannot find these slots you refer to.  Is it possible to blow this picture up, so they are clearly visible?  I am assuming its numbers 15,19 & 4?
 

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All of the pockets have these slots in the picture. They are not in the bottom of the pocket like the SAW... but if you look at the back of the pocket where it's supposed to be aluminum.... but with electrostatic repulsion it doesn't matter
 

Reyth

I am looking at the back of the above named numbers and all I see is metal?
 

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@ ryeth I'm talking about at the base of the cone ... I think the back of 22 gives you the best view of the contrast between a hole and the aluminum but like I said you can see the holes that are facing the camera ... bottom base of the cone
 

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@ ryeth it doesn't look like a "round" hole it's the width of the pocket and I think the technical term is air knife
 

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and if you want to get technical, with proof that its possible

cammegh patent

https://www.google.com/patents/US7841597
 
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mr j

I looked at your other thread as well. I think this is a case of (dont get mad), you are NOT doing well and you feel the casino is cheating you(?)

If you were kicking a** week after week, would you still of posted this stuff? I play a TON, way more than most here. I sit next to the wheel.....quite often a ball will pop out and I pick it up, roll it back to the dealer.

I also wear a magnet ring (only at the casino).

I wear it cause I pick up the ball a lot (wink). Waiting to see if it "sticks". (lol)

If it ever did, not sure what I would do.

Ken
 
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@mrj of course im not doing well.

and f***. to think about it no i wouldnt be posting an of it. but i wouldnt know about any of the stuff i know about had i lost either. which is why i think most people would win, and the thing that gets people is that they think its a simple game and get royally f***ed.

im done letting doubt prevail.

i am a proponent of all information. so i feel the need to put the pieces together for people who might think that it cant be done. and i think the proof ive found is concrete to the point where im comfortable showing you all. i dont care if you think im crazy. but you should trust yourself more as well. im totally down. and slightly perturbed.
 
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mr j

Lets say a person won, week after week (and at your casino I might add). What would your logic be for that?

Ken
 

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if one person could win, then most people will win
 

mr j

"if one person could win, then most people will win" >> What?? (lol)

Most people I see playing are idiots. Why would they win?

Ken