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================================================== Thursday, April 26, 2001
No Zero Roulette and the Caribbean Casino Corporation
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Lots of players are reluctant to play roulette because of the casino advantage of 5.26%. They play Craps, Baccarat or Blackjack because the odds are better. This casino advantage is obviously there because of the zeros. Imagine, you are running a progression playing outside bets. Towards the final stages of your progression, your high wager disappears when the wheel hits a zero or a double zero. Unless you are playing Triple Bonus, that takes advantage of the zeros, hitting a zero at this stage is pretty upsetting.
Wouldn't it be ideal if you could play Roulette without the stress of hitting the zeros at the least desirable moment, or if you could play Roulette with no house advantage.
Well, this is no longer a dream. The Caribbean Casino Corporation has made this possible, by providing a NO-ZERO Roulette game additional to the traditional single zero European Roulette and the double zero American Roulette.
This gives you a tremendous increase in your chances of winning Roulette. You finally have an equal chance against the casino.
The site stands out for its customers because of its super chance roulette and well-liked graphic design. Gamers at CCC casino feel well cared for because they never need to wait longer than 24 hours for any support request. The fast payoffs and hotline's passion and know-how are second to none!
Roulette may be the biggest attraction at CCC, but players will also find other classical casino games. Each of them with a little extra: Blackjack for example features the magic hand dealing the cards and the brand new slot machine shows besides the 3 main drums another 7 drums that that spin out the jackpot.
A couple of other games like poker, some more Blackjack editions or bingo as well as a hand full of brand new developed games will follow, before the year is over. The Caribbean Casino Corporation's website theme is showing a close-to-reality touch-and-feel with very realistic 3D optics. CCC provides a Baden Baden or Monte Carlo style casino atmosphere. The main color at the site is green with some gold or brass. Its a very inviting site and well worth a visit!
And by the way, the interface is pure Java and no software download is necessary. You are welcome to play also for free to try out their games. You will be given $1000 play money to that effect.
For real money deposits you get 20% cash bonus.
I have been playing at CCC for a few months now, and I can tell you that the systems, such as Sparkling Dozens, Peak Profit are winning much faster with no-zero Roulette than on regular casinos. The performance of the new REWARD system is absolutely stunning.
Just to give you an idea, I will show you a simulation of a 3 step Grand Martingale on a repeat colour on a no-zero table. What do I mean with that? In a regular Martingale, you double up your bet from one spin to another in case you lose. On a Grand Martingale, you double up and add the initial betting unit. This way, if you win your first bet, you get 1 unit. If you win your second bet, you win 2 units. And if you win your third bet, you win 3 units. So, on a 3 step Grand Martingale, your progression becomes: 1,3,7. If you lose your third bet, you accept a loss of 11 units.
With repeat colour, I mean to bet on the color that just showed up. If Red just came up, bet on Red. If Black just came up, bet on Black. Did someone ask what happens if zero comes up?
Since zero will never come up, you will have longer streaks of Reds and Blacks that will line up and will give you profit after profit.
Here is the simulation:
Despite some fluctuations, that are normal, this simple system performs quite well: you're up by 29 units at the end of 100 spins. If your unit value was $10, you would have made $290. In CCC, one spin takes about 8 seconds, say 10 seconds with the time to place the bet. So you would make $290 in 17 minutes.
Why don't you give it a try!
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