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Hi everyone

Started by Rick, November 02, 2010, 02:57:26 PM

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Rick

Do visual betting methods rely on the ball been spun from the last won number? 

I am interested in learning more about physics etc. 

ReDsQuaD

Quote from: Rick on November 02, 2010, 02:57:26 PM
Do visual betting methods rely on the ball been spun from the last won number? 

I am interested in learning more about physics etc. 


Hi Rick.

I suggest you visit nolinks.genuinewinner.com (nolinks://nolinks.genuinewinner.com). The guy who owns that site, owns this forum.

James.

Zindrod

Quote from: Rick on November 02, 2010, 02:57:26 PM
Do visual betting methods rely on the ball been spun from the last won number? 

I am interested in learning more about physics etc. 


Hi Rick,

no it does not. In short. One times the wheel. Then look for a specific rev away from the drop.

Using a refernce point or reference points one calculates where the ball will enter the rotor.

warm regards
Zindrod

Magic Spin

Here some article about Physics in roulette
moneyblowers. com/story

JamesRoman10

hello and welcome to forums
I'm also new same as you.
I wish good wishes to all fellow members.
thanks

pins

once money is mentioned. I know its a loser.

iamsky

The traditional method of betting once a player had his prediction has been to bet a sector of roughly ¼ of the wheel, or nine consecutive numbers on the wheel in the area of where you predict the ball will land. A number of system sellers advocate betting some random subset of this sector to camouflage your play.

iamsky

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