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Roulette Changing Casinos

#1
I want to know if its best to change the casino u go to every once on awhile.. I ask because for quite a while I have been winning and oddly in last 2 weeks it's been a struggle to break even to the point I left negative one day ...The last.time I went I missed my first 9 bets .. I play a red black or kooodd even system and take my time cause I believe dealers can have rhythms they get into and try to ride but with the way it's been going is it better to try different place cause my normal casino I am there 1 to 2 times a week depending on how I did.. Also are there any past dealers on here and can they tell.me are u told different ways to do things to possibly alter outcomes.. Like ball speed spinning will etc...
 
#2
See https://www.roulettephysics.com/can-roulette-dealers-make-you-lose/

Basically for average casino wheels, it is not realistically possible for dealers to avoid your bets. Doing so anyway would risk the casino's license, which is worth far more than what a single player could earn.

But generally if you are winning consistently, then you shouldn't out-stay your welcome. Casinos can and sometimes do ban players they suspect are using an effective approach. But you'd have the become a real nuisance to them.

When high rollers win, they often get free rooms, so they are more likely to stay and lose their winnings.

If a player wins consistently, first the casino will investigate the player behavior and a range of things. If their behavior is consistent with advantage play or potentially an effective system, then the casino staff may decide to apply countermeasures. For something like dealer signature, this would be instructing the dealer to more dramatically vary spin speeds.
 
#3
See https://www.roulettephysics.com/can-roulette-dealers-make-you-lose/

Basically for average casino wheels, it is not realistically possible for dealers to avoid your bets. Doing so anyway would risk the casino's license, which is worth far more than what a single player could earn.

But generally if you are winning consistently, then you shouldn't out-stay your welcome. Casinos can and sometimes do ban players they suspect are using an effective approach. But you'd have the become a real nuisance to them.

When high rollers win, they often get free rooms, so they are more likely to stay and lose their winnings.

If a player wins consistently, first the casino will investigate the player behavior and a range of things. If their behavior is consistent with advantage play or potentially an effective system, then the casino staff may decide to apply countermeasures. For something like dealer signature, this would be instructing the dealer to more dramatically vary spin speeds.
Are u suggesting its impossible 2 win I do believe that it's possible to win consistently and still cashout because the casinos make a lot of money and whatever profits you make would be a drop in the Ocean of Revenue remember also only few people would only succeed in achieving this so there is no real threat to the casinos because most people would lose their shirts so eventually after the minority of winners cash out casinos will always be ahead
 
#4
If you win a significant amount, they consider how you won. If your approach indicates you may be a professional player, then they may put you on a database shared between casinos called the Griffin database. In any case, no casino will tolerate you to constantly win. You must carefully avoid detection.

The casinos are more sensitive to banning players with specific behavior, consistent with an advantage player.
 
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