TUESDAY AUGUST 22, 2017
 
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SCIENTIST REVEALS HOW TO BEAT THE HOUSE AT ITS OWN GAME
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According to the general perception of Roulette; there are three ways to play the game. You can bet safely on the near 50/50 Red and Black odds; blindly bet on a single number at huge odds of 36/1 or, until you’re kicked out, you can use physics to turn the table in your favour and beat the house at its own game.

To fully understand how the fix works; we need to look at the history books and focus on one Mr J. Doyne Farmer who was particularly active during the 1970’s. Farmer developed a machine which helped him to win consistently on the Roulette tables but, sadly, it was too effective and Farmer was banned from every casino in Las Vegas.

They never could prove that Farmer was cheated but, in Vegas, the house can ban you for winning too much – sad isn’t it?

How the machine worked remained a mystery for some time but modern physicists have taken Farmer’s idea and given the fix to the world; if you’re clever enough to execute it of course. In brief; Farmer’s machine only needed one variable to pick out the most likely number the ball would land on: the wheel’s velocity.

There is an approximate time lapse of ten seconds between a croupier throwing the ball and betting closing, so a player must work quickly if they are to benefit from Farmer’s notion. By relaying the velocity information, captured using a switch or clicker device, a second person could interpret the information given by speed and ball position to remove anything up to and beyond half of the wheel as unlikely destinations for the ball.

This is how Farmer won so much and found himself banned from all of Las Vegas’ casinos but can it work for the average gambler who enjoys to play free roulette for an example? Is there finally a fix on the game that can’t fail?

Unfortunately not as Farmer’s system has long since been labelled as cheating and security are trained to spot the signs of a physicist trying to calculate at the tables – there’s nothing illegal about doing a little maths at the Roulette table but a lot of maths constitutes cheating in the eyes of the casino owners.

Is it certain you’ll get caught? Not exactly but, as mentioned, the casinos don’t have to give a reason for asking you to leave – even if you weren’t cheating but you were constantly defying the odds; you’d probably be asked to leave!

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