By Nicholas Colon
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The d’Alembert mathematical equilibrium theory states that, over the long run each of the outcomes in of a near 50/50 game will come up an equal number of times. Here, I will evaluate how the system works as well as the overall effectiveness of the system as well as what additional tactics can be used to increase the efficacy of the system.
By Michael Kaplan
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Mysterious Let It Ride baseball bettor, a life-saving bet on roulette and one of the most mental craps game in history. Here are the list of people who risked it all and got a huge media attention because of it
By Frank Scoblete
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For centuries players have been trying to find methods with which to beat roulette and, at times, they have managed to do so with skill rather than with luck. Relying on luck is not the best way to assure an edge at any casino game. There are several methods that have been used to gain an edge at roulette
By Henry Tamburin PH.D.
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From the late 1970s through the early 2000s, I was happily using my card counting skills in casinos in Mississippi, Atlantic City, and Las Vegas to win money. I had heard about blackjack tournaments but since I didn’t know much about them I never got interested in being a participant in one. That changed after I met Ken Smith.