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how to learn vb?
January 28, 2009, 04:57:16 PM
Where do one start to learn vb??

I'm interested to learn.

bye
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Re: how to learn vb?
January 28, 2009, 05:43:35 PM
 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
nice one gizmo...
but he was proobably looking bor visual balistics :)

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Re: how to learn vb?
January 28, 2009, 06:01:08 PM
;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
nice one gizmo...
but he was proobably looking bor visual balistics :)

Of course he is. Jeez! It's simple, just become aware of an interval that is enough seconds before the ball drooping out of the track and combine that with an interval for the speed of the wheel going in the opposite direction. Then take note of the intervening octant where the ball should land. You should have a mental awareness for differing speeds of wheels. Gravity is a wonderful constant. The ball will fall out of the track based on its weight. So check a wheel speed that you have memorized for, with the constant of the ball falling out of the track for, and only bet tables that are confirming that wheel speed. You must become an expert at the when point of the track speed in combination with that speed matching a certain point on the correctly spinning wheel. All this must be done by visual dexterity. Oh yeah, watch out for getting hypnotized.

I just made all that up. It sounds right to me though. I'd probably get hypnotized.

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Re: how to learn vb?
January 29, 2009, 06:14:48 AM
the method is much simpler then that, its the application of the method thats the hard part
i want to win some money, wish i could be arsed to play.

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Re: how to learn vb?
February 11, 2009, 11:56:35 PM
I'm curious to learn VB - is there a good first place to start?

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Re: how to learn vb?
February 12, 2009, 06:05:22 AM
the method is much simpler then that, its the application of the method thats the hard part

I agree with Ryan, it's the practical side of it that's the difficult part.
Real VB can take years to master. Some people say it's not even worth the effort and the investment as they could be used for better things, while others say it's real powerful stuff.

The bottom line is that it's right for people and not right for others.

I agree that it does need time, efforts, and even investment to master.

You will need to buy a real wheel which can get from $3500 to $4500. You will also need a couple of good books and DVD's on the subject which would cost above $200, and of course many hours of watching and daily practice on your wheel.

This, of course, is in case one is serious about learning VB, and not recommended for the delusional "can you show me a way to make my quick and easy million?" type of attitude often encountered on gambling-related forums.

I'm curious to learn VB - is there a good first place to start?

Hi wiggy,

The above should hopefully somewhat answer your question. :)

Your friend,
Marven

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Re: how to learn vb?
February 12, 2009, 07:18:53 AM
VB is like throwing to basket in basketball game. You must achieve that you will hit 98 times from 100 when throw from 7 meters :). It is possible but maybe not for everybody.

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Re: how to learn vb?
June 07, 2011, 07:54:26 PM
 :biggrin: :D >:D :laugh: :thumbsup: :angry2:

I can't believe l clicked on that link.  Good joke

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Re: how to learn vb?
July 24, 2011, 02:02:44 PM

It fun to read old post and this was made 2009 by Toxic and today i can read that he is doing well using hes own way of playing - i assume does who ask find there way to learn and does that will teach.

Cheers
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Re: how to learn vb?
September 12, 2011, 06:39:11 PM
Best way to start learning is to buy a wheel. . . . if its too expensive then you must spend many hours at the casino. . .
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Re: how to learn vb?
November 14, 2011, 04:15:04 AM

The real world is a different ball game - but you don't need a wheel - even if it helps.
Bob Gordon dvd spins from Laurance is good for practice before any attempt for real.

Would also mention that Mastersroulette show you how to estimate the ball using deceleration.
It show how to deal with different degree of tilt.

The down side do is that you have to back track does playing cards to find out how to adjust with different rotor speeds.
So sure you can buy working ways for money and Laurande Scott is still the best regarding hes volume 2.
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