Author Topic: at your casino where you play what does where is ball before next spin?  (Read 734 times)

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blue22

most places I've played the dealer picks up the ball from the previous number and goes directly into the next spin but recently I played at a casino where the dealer takes the ball out after the spin and sets on table and picks up again when it'd time for next spin. anyone else seen something like this or different than stated above? just curious.
 

MrPerfect.

Here in UK. .. they are required to throw from previous number.
  Dealer doing something as you say may be a flag for you to pay attention. Look the number from wich he throw and try to associate it to outcome..  chart.
 

heatmap

@mrperfect ball being thrown from any point is predictable I like it when they throw from the last hole because I can say something like "when the dealer picks up the ball, at all the current wheel speed, the wheel should advance N numbers and the dealer MAY realease on that number" which is a little game I play in my own mind when trying to predict the ball release and landing
 

MrPerfect.

In this type of game you highly depend on both wheel and dealer. Wheel has to be with dominant drop point ( 2 max...3 is not that straight forward).
  Pay attention how long ball rotate from throw moment to drop moment . If you observe consistency in ball timings with little variatiations ( up to 0.5 sec for short spins) , it's time to attack. Pay attention to wheel speed as well... l wouldn't play like that if rotor is qweak.
Slow and consistent is what you want.
   Obviosly ball jumps should be manageable.  But that you should figure out before play.
     With expirience of timing and observing ball speed duration, you will be able to feel difference in how they throw the ball ( slower, more qweak, with effect/ without...ets). After this ability is developed, you may try to fight dealers that are not that consistent. 
   Dealer signature is not easy play... pay attention.
   Make sure you do your home work... better be over prepeared then sorry. And keep controlling key variables of the game on EVERY SPIN, especially while you are playing.
 

heatmap

@mrperfect i also factor in the wheel speeding up or slowing down and i predict accordingly. If the ball is spun in a certain direction, and the wheel slows down or speeds up it can either be above or below prediciton. AND YES THE WHEELS DO SPEED UP ITS A FORM OF RRS if anyone is curious.
 

MrPerfect.

@heatmap,  if you suspect rrs, it changes the game a bit. Unless ball stops where it drops, such wheels require very twisted logic to be assessed.
     For example,  very often distance prediction don't make any sense at all on such wheels.
 

heatmap

im absolutely certain rrs but you are correct, its worlds more difficult but i didnt even begine doing this because of rrs, it started when i noticed that my predictions were a bit off when the dealer would actually push and speed the wheel up. so i would adjust above and below my predictions. if the wheel was sped up, i would play in front of my intended target, and if it slowed (which i couldnt visably see which rrs is meant not to be seen) i would play in the back of my target. OR Vice versa. When the wheel wasnt adjusted, i was a bit more lucky, but if you have ever read the way i think wheels are "randomized" everything i just said doesnt matter. You can predict a small section where the ball might land and even maybe a pocket where the ball will land but I dont believe RRS is the ONLY security feature at play.