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Elbowz_10

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High Bankroll
March 06, 2013, 08:42:01 PM
Hey i have had many arguments with my friends who play roulette and they disagree with me on the point of having a high BR and work on earning small % with less risk but they think i should play with small bankroll and try build it up which i find risky and more chance not to work as consistent as my way.

I used to play roulette and made some nice profits out of it so i know it can be done but i never really full committed to it on the scale where i can earn a living out of it and i feel i can only do this by having a good starting BR. People think I'm mad thinking that someone can make a living out of playing roulette but i suppose I'm one of the crazy few who think you can and I'm sure there is people on this who are right now.

I was wondering if anybody else has the same ambition as me or if anybody has any advice/experience with playing on high BR?

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bombus

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Re: High Bankroll
March 06, 2013, 10:36:25 PM
Bankroll?... the bigger the better.

Win%?... the smaller the better.

In my opinion, you are on the right track.

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Re: High Bankroll
March 06, 2013, 11:56:54 PM

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Re: High Bankroll
March 07, 2013, 08:47:29 AM
Thanks Gabs, much appreciated,
 i have a few systems i play but i found the more basic little systems i know the better because i can implement them when I'm at the table. I found if i just stuck to one system i saw opportunities where i could of placed a bet but didn't because i was trying to stick to my system, so know i watch everything going on at the table and build up a good knowledge of the game so that i can place bets almost after every spin.



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Nathan Detroit

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Re: High Bankroll
March 07, 2013, 09:21:58 AM
what matters is a proper bankroll relative to the average bet. for inside bets   40 times that amount per session times 3 . for each of the mandated sessions. the object being winning 2 out of  3 sessions.

win goal 10 % per session, loss limit 25 % .leave session after 3 losses in a row.


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 I always pre-determine which system/ method I play  while at a casino .

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Re: High Bankroll
March 11, 2013, 06:39:02 AM
Hey I have had many arguments with my friends who play roulette and they disagree with me on the point of having a high BR and work on earning small % with less risk but they think I should play with small bankroll and try build it up which I find risky and more chance not to work as consistent as my way.
Friends that told you this are only researches not real players.Large BR,proven method/s,small winning aim,self control and patience are the only way.
I used to play roulette and made some nice profits out of it so I know it can be done but I never really full committed to it on the scale where I can earn a living out of it and I feel I can only do this by having a good starting BR. People think I'm mad thinking that someone can make a living out of playing roulette but I suppose I'm one of the crazy few who think you can and I'm sure there is people on this who are right now. You are quite right there.

I was wondering if anybody else has the same ambition as me or if anybody has any advice/experience with playing on high BR? Thats how I'm playing,probably from the days you weren't born as yet.

cheers