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MickyP

Calling RouletteMan
« on: June 04, 2019, 03:40:11 PM »
Hi RouletteMan,

Will you be willing to discuss your roulette videos with forum members?
 

MickyP

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2019, 11:09:10 PM »
I guess not. Pity, seeing as you held out your hand asking for video topics not too long ago.
Are you perhaps afraid of criticism?
 
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Godfrey

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2019, 01:03:36 PM »
Rouletteman is part of kav's marketing and advertising group. Probably with the help of reyth/third.

So if you have any questions you can direct them to kav or reyth/third.

I can't blame them generating income from hits and views. Roulette is simply unbeatable.
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juice

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #3 on: June 24, 2019, 01:08:36 PM »
Godfrey gets it! Thank Christ someone is paying attention.
Just a bunch of B.S.
I disagree with the unbeatable part though.

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Godfrey

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #4 on: June 24, 2019, 01:09:33 PM »
If you are paying attention sometimes they post under different aliases to keep the forum alive and busy.

Kav(ouras), is not his real name.

His true skills lie in advertising, marketing, creative writing and copywriting. A genius if you ask me. He knows where to hit the mark in order to generate interests.

I do not expect this post to be here any longer before I get moderated away for telling the truth.
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Godfrey

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #5 on: June 24, 2019, 01:15:57 PM »
Juice, the game is unbeatable. Unless you are patient enough to wait an hour for a bet. For roulette I play worst sequences.

But my main game is something else.
 

Sputnik

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #6 on: June 24, 2019, 02:31:14 PM »


There is nothing wrong with marketing other things and make several channels.
Look at Slotlady, professional slot machine player who can stay on top and probably make a living because of her followers.
She can play the game she loves and earns a living offering live session using Twitch and her Youtube channel.
Upon that Patreon, Twitter, Facebook.

That is one among many solutions and setups.

John Patrick makes a living on Sports Betting and Hedge with selling hes picks to others, so they also can win.
This is common by known winning Sports bettors with an edge to start a service to sell there picks to earn even more money.
Upon that he is a gambling writer and published many books and have own forum board.

Cheers
 

Joe

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #7 on: June 24, 2019, 02:54:54 PM »
I don't think there's anything wrong with what Kav is doing, or anyone else making a side-income from avenues other than gambling itself.  After all, gambling is for the vast majority of people a form of entertainment, not a way to make a living. It must always be like that or the bookies and casinos wouldn't exist.
 

juice

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #8 on: June 24, 2019, 03:09:32 PM »
Godfrey,
The game is absolutely beatable, and regularly.
If you have another game you are better at, then I can understand your opinion.
I myself play for a living, so I can assure you roulette is beatable.  Consistently.
In ALL reality, opinions differ on this topic, and anyone who can't figure it out to a steady profit, always insist on proof from the few that actually achieve steady income.
Proof is the only thing that a seasoned player is unwilling to give.
They will give advice.
They will attempt to guide.
They might even let a precious few in on their methods, ( I have, but only 2 players ).
All consistent winners, ( pro players ), have their own game, some similar to others, but for the most part, have figured out what works for them.
Every situation, ( IMO ), starts with the freedom to play at will.
Working a full time job, outside the gambling world, would never work.
When a player rolls over to a FULL TIME player, after the initial fear and paranoia dissipates, the confidences they had prior to turning pro returns and decompression is achieved.
That is when you know you have arrived. ( understanding why you went down this road to begin with ).
That moment, that you know exactly what to do WHEN you are NOT winning, that is the calm you find by believing in your chosen method and knowing what the next step is. ( this is different for everybody ).
Anyway, best of luck to everyone.
~ juice

 
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scepticus

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #9 on: June 24, 2019, 04:06:19 PM »
kav .
Is godfrey right when he says ;
ยป   Rouletteman is part of kav's marketing and advertising group.

?

 

Joe

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #10 on: June 24, 2019, 04:20:06 PM »
I myself play for a living, so I can assure you roulette is beatable.  Consistently.
Are you an AP or do you use systems?
 

juice

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #11 on: June 24, 2019, 04:51:50 PM »
Joe,
No, I'm not AP.
That is one reason that I posted.
All are entitled to his/ her opinion, that only AP can beat roulette, but that is ultimately wrong.
I am not a system player either.
I play only specific conditions.
These conditions are multiple and there are no shortage of them, so opportunities are plentiful.
We could delve into the life long imperfections of the wheel and debate whether or not these imperfections are the very things that create the conditions that I and many others have sought to exploit, and that these imperfections produce distribution that can be calculated over time that create steady averages, but I do not have the patience to split that hair.
In the end, everything is connected in some form, but to dismiss anyone's accomplishments/ achievements based on not understanding that players entire journey is a fools position.
I do not play straight up numbers very often, but when I do, it is not credited to AP, as a proper definition.
As I stated, if one day, two great players get together by chance, and decide to educate one another, 1 being AP and the other, a math guy / method player, and both are professionals, I think that there would be an eye opening collaboration and many lines that were once blurred might be put into focus.
BUT.....
Because both types of players seem to be able to profit from individual talents, that day is not likely to ever happen.

@ scept, really? You have to ask? You are brighter than that.
And if you expect an actual answer, a truthful answer, then don't hold your breath.
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juice

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #12 on: June 24, 2019, 06:19:09 PM »
Godfrey,
Just out of curiosity, how much money do you make per hour at your day job / profession?
I ask because, even if it took an hour for the ideal circumstances to appear for you to bet on and beat roulette, do you not think it can add up to more than your daily hourly wage?
If so, I say go for it! Do not be in a hurry. Perhaps you will see more than one opportunity in that hour.
If not, why waste time on a roulette forum?
I ask out of complete respect.
Also, what is the main game you play?
 
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scepticus

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #13 on: June 24, 2019, 06:58:43 PM »
I ask. Juice, because  kav might be ditching THIS forum.   The " Premium" aspect suggests that "roulette man" is or will soon become a paid for subscription.
Yes, I do think kav is an honourable man and will give me the answer  I asked for ..
 
 
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Joe

Re: Calling RouletteMan
« Reply #14 on: June 24, 2019, 07:20:57 PM »
No, I'm not AP.
That is one reason that I posted.
All are entitled to his/ her opinion, that only AP can beat roulette, but that is ultimately wrong.
I am not a system player either.
I play only specific conditions.
These conditions are multiple and there are no shortage of them, so opportunities are plentiful.
Juice, I'm intrigued. So some kind of AP/System hybrid then? In that case I assume you play only real wheels and not RNG. So if it's some kind of hybrid the special conditions could be a combination of physical and statistical conditions, yes? An example of a physical condition might be the dealer spinning slowly.

I'm not really fishing for more details or asking you to reveal all, but like I said, I'm intrigued because the way I play is a kind of synthesis of AP/Systems too.
I've learned a lot from Mr Perfect who has opened my eyes to this way of looking at roulette; that systems are not that different from AP, they just make use of physical variables rather than statistical ones.