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Thursday, November 20, 2003
Bo's Strategies - Part II
Last week, two of Bo's strategies were
issued. We have another one of his this week:
"This is a system given to me by someone
else a while ago. He swears by it, as do a lot of other players. I have
played it for fun and profit lots of times. It requires some careful
Be careful with it and follow the precautions. You will be amazed at how
many times you can win with this method.
This is a system based on dealer bias, not wheel bias. Some dealers at a
roulette wheel practice trying to control where they land. Plus, all
dealers, like anyone else, are creatures of habit. If anyone does exactly
same thing over and over they get into a pattern and they repeat themselves.
If this is happening with a particular dealer (croupier) then, the ball will
land in the same area of the wheel very often as his last spin. You must
understand that the numbers on the wheel are not in numerical order, as they
are on the table where you place your bets. Here is the layout on a 0
(European) roulette wheel, but in a circular pattern:
29,7,28,12,35,3,26,(and 0 just to show you the circle complete).
You must test each dealer to see if there is dealer bias. You always
"qualify" each dealer, then play numbers close to where he or she tends to
hit. You will be betting on the numbers on the wheel on either side of the
numbers they hit last. It is that simple.
You don't have to risk money to test it. Just make up a card, or use the one
provided by the casino. You can type it yourself or cut and paste to the
word pad your computer. If you have Microsoft Word (or other word processor
you can make some columns to fit better). I have mine in columns and
laminated in plastic and reduced to business card size. People will rarely
even notice that you are using it.
Go to a casino where they have that large board displaying the last 20 or so
numbers that came out on the wheel. Look at those numbers and write them
down on a piece of paper (starting with the oldest one, and ending with the
newest one). If you are clever you can just hold up the card and check it
out without writing. See if it is working for that dealer. If you are not
satisfied that it works, then don't play it. If you try it for a while and
feel confident, then try it with real money and see what happens. If you
lose... don't play it any more.
The way I play you can't lose any more than 8 units, but you will win 32
units every time you win. Isn't that fun?"
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