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borntogamble

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wheel clocking
December 22, 2010, 06:45:43 PM
Hello,

I have been reading about a roulette technique called wheel clocking.  Has anyone heard about it?
It is for players with really good memory. 


Has anyone ever tried this?

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Re: wheel clocking
May 07, 2011, 05:56:42 AM
Hi yes.  I purchased a system for wheel clocking.  In theory it is fine but in practice you have to find a casino where they have a wheel that has a slight bias to one or 2 of the diamonds.  It doesnt have to be a big bias.  However, this is very hard to do and even if you do find one you will be visually marking the ball and drop zone and playing your chips whilst the ball is spinning.  You need to have a sharp eye, a good sense of rhythmn or a 'beat' producing gizmo in your hand (iphone/google apps are available) and be quick as lightening to get your bets down before they shout "no more bets2.   If you can do this it will give you an edge but as i say, I have tried it and just found it frustrating and stressful.  Sometimes i have predicted the group of numbers correctly but been unable to get to the table due to people pushing in to get their chips down. 

If you are still wanting to find out more I can pass you details.

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Re: wheel clocking
May 10, 2011, 05:08:18 PM
Hi

Wheel clocking- play to 5 numbers.

4 wins in 20 spins ----- 4 x 310 = 1240 - ( 16 x 50 = 800 ) = 440

clocking works.

Play online when able to do clocking.

No need for tilt or bias. Speed of ball over wheel



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Re: wheel clocking
July 29, 2011, 12:10:53 AM
Hi yes.  I purchased a system for wheel clocking.  In theory it is fine but in practice you have to find a casino where they have a wheel that has a slight bias to one or 2 of the diamonds.  It doesn't have to be a big bias.  However, this is very hard to do and even if you do find one you will be visually marking the ball and drop zone and playing your chips whilst the ball is spinning.  You need to have a sharp eye, a good sense of rhythmn or a 'beat' producing gizmo in your hand (iphone/google apps are available) and be quick as lightening to get your bets down before they shout "no more bets2.   If you can do this it will give you an edge but as I say, I have tried it and just found it frustrating and stressful.  Sometimes I have predicted the group of numbers correctly but been unable to get to the table due to people pushing in to get their chips down. 

If you are still wanting to find out more I can pass you details.

Yes please pass the details.

What is the name of the software you purchased?

Thanks,

John

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Re: wheel clocking
November 04, 2011, 04:49:38 AM
Hi

Wheel clocking- play to 5 numbers.

4 wins in 20 spins ----- 4 x 310 = 1240 - ( 16 x 50 = 800 ) = 440

clocking works.

Play online when able to do clocking.

No need for tilt or bias. Speed of ball over wheel



Hello,


Just have seen this topic and my question is...were do you get this numbers from.


Gr.

John       Rotterdam