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Started by memorabilis1234, July 07, 2013, 11:43:50 PM
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Quote from: chrisbis on July 15, 2013, 06:48:41 PMIs memorabilis1234, winding us all up, when he said he had "Bought" a wheel for his own enjoyment at home?That's how I understood what he said!Therefore, why can he not take pictures of what he has at home!!And then show me the magnets!!C
Quote from: ausguy on July 15, 2013, 08:00:20 AMRed - Any of those auto wheel balls don't look like live dealer teflon or ivorine balls. The most obvious thing is that they are much larger. This thread is not about live dealer standard wheels only electronic roulette..Did you read Memos 1st post where he said he bought an Alphastreet R8 auto wheel from Bulgaria for 25k Euros ? With tthe R8 he says he checked every aspect of that machine. He does mention how the magnets control the ball movement. Perhaps a careful read of the posts here would see you not jumping to such hasty conclusions ?
Quote from: ReDsQuaD on July 15, 2013, 07:57:18 PMhey ausguy. I am fully aware of these auto wheels and know how they work. depending on the model, the wheel could have multiple balls being used. The balls are blown/released at various speeds and the ball will decel naturally. As for the rotor, on some auto wheels like cammegh 360, the speed of the rotor will change during a spin. if you believe magnets are being used to manipulate the ball on any roulette wheel, clearly you are missing something.(since when were metal balls being used on roulette wheels?)