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How to beat a rigged RNG
November 25, 2010, 09:13:36 AM
So assuming RNG is really rigged, how do we beat it anyway?  If the software forces losses by hitting unbet numbers then we can put 1 unit on all 36 numbers and 0, giving us a loss of 1 unit on each spin, and then play our system on top of that basic layout.  This way there are never any unbet numbers.
But maybe the software will still go for numbers with the fewest chips on them.  Or maybe the software forces losses after we've received a payout from the casino.  Any software gurus out there?
Really, let's talk about HOW the RNG's are rigged.  Then we can beat them anyway.
Any theories?

Sam

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 25, 2010, 09:22:59 AM
Smart thinking. But it's ofcourse obvious the software doesn't look at which placeholder is covered or not. It looks at the least amount of payment. Case closed.

BTW You don't have to assume the RNG is rigged, trust me it's rigged, you can take that for granted :-)

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 25, 2010, 11:44:08 AM
I play Real Money RNG and I've found this works short term

hxxp: vlsroulette. com/full-systems/optimizer-six-rng-system/

One thing you must do.   About every five minutes or so clean out your cookies and Super cookies.   See below.

Download mozerella firefox,get the add on BETTER PRIVACY win so much then log out.  start the firefox go to tools then click privacy on the drop down.  a box will come up click on remove all lso,s then close. 
this removes all flash cookies rendering a new betting pattern session on the rng software like you just started again. 

Cheers!  8)

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 25, 2010, 12:00:04 PM
No offense but this doesnt help? The casino just looks at your account. X amount in yields Y amount out...

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 25, 2010, 12:43:05 PM
Ka2,
   Are you suggesting that you know for a fact that RNG is rigged; or are you just convinced?


So you think the software reads the profit and adjusts the program to force a loss greater than the profit?

Pacer,
     Thanks for your suggestion; I'll look into it.  How many spins do you feel safe playing on the RNG?

All the best,
Sam

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 25, 2010, 05:51:06 PM
Well, with that particular system, I would suggest 6 spins to get to the trigger, then 3 spins to follow through, so I would say 9 spins, then clean cookies, restart or end session.

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 26, 2010, 10:29:42 AM
What particular system are you referring to?  And what trigger?

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 26, 2010, 02:01:42 PM
Third reply from the top of this thread.

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 26, 2010, 11:04:16 PM
Oh, got it.

So you make 3 units then reset.  Sounds pretty slow, but hey, if it works...

Or maybe you mean just clean the cookies, play another 9 spins, clean cookies, 9 spins, etc..

So why does this work?  Why doesn't the RNG just hit the two unbet numbers?

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 26, 2010, 11:54:34 PM
Hmmm, could be.  But also the casino can be tracking your clicks so they would have that data in their servers and detect patterns, or whatever there. . . .  Also, like someone said, it could be easier just to use the account balance as a trigger. . . .

but all is just speculation until someone tries it and can prove someting. . . .  like average and variance of payouts under similar situations and gameplay.  then just look at statistically significant differences to prove your point. . . .

best o luck. . .

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 27, 2010, 12:10:30 AM
@Birdhands: Make 3 units, clean cookies, reset make 3 units, repeat..

Don't get me wrong.   After about $10-$15 dollars profit it would be time to stop the session for at least 90 minutes.
From my experience.  The RNG rarely, but does hit the two unbet numbers---more the reason to stop frequently and clean the cookies & Super cookies (which supposedly stores your betting patterns).

One more hint: always cover streets 4,5,6 and 22,23,24 on Realtime Gaming software if you cover all except two numbers.  

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 27, 2010, 01:05:28 AM
I don't get it- RTG hits those streets more often?  What if the 2 numbers you aren't covering are 4 and 6?  This is really how you play?
I still want to know how it works.

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
November 27, 2010, 06:07:10 AM
If the trigger involves 4,5,6 or 22,23,24 I would skip to the next trigger.  For some reason leaving those uncovered will hurt you.

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
December 02, 2010, 08:30:59 AM
Hi mates,

You may want to read the thread: *DOCUMENTED* PROOF OF CHEATING RNG SOFTWARE

As you can read, if the software is actually rigged, it accounts for overall results, not individual bettors and their particular patterns.

Regards.

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Re: How to beat a rigged RNG
January 17, 2011, 05:52:09 AM
i would agree that some casinos would cheat but i dont believe all casinos cheat, im sure all casinos have some typ of back up but then again you always hear of players playing for years and come out with good money, thats proberly more to do with land base casinos.

i have wonder this my self and have herd if you start to win to much money bots will come out and work out your pattern, im guessing casinos cant look at every one or keep an eye on every one so im guessing they would keep an eye on the players that are making big money.

just my thought, nobody really knows except the owners and staff, i dont think its fair to say every casino cheats but i would think every casino would have some plan if you were winning to much.

since only a handful of people win compared to the people that lose, i dout they would worry about couple of hundred aday. then again who really knows