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MrE
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:biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:   You keep making me smile you little devil, what was that you said…. unscientific wizardry…. hahaha….. I like it…….   but no, nothing like that. Lets get one thing out of the way though, I am talking solely of Online Roulette, I have never played in a Landbased Casino and when I talk about the relative chances of the game, I am referring to the Online computer run Roulette. Now I make no bones about what I’m saying here and make sure its understandable by all, Landbased Roulette is mechanical in its operation and it is probably as random as you can get, but I don’t know. What I am saying is that the online roulette is a program, yes, its a Random Number Generator, but it is still a program. Now if your like me and you aint sat on your arse for two years, you would have done your homework, perhaps even written to PricewaterhouseCooper, along with others to dig into the why’s and wherefore’s. The thing to bear in mind is the RNG is a program and is indeed, as the word says, programmed. The chances must always remain at 2.7% over a given amount of numbers, this fact is checked monthly by independant auditors as you so rightly state. The figure cannot rise above 2.7% (there is a bit of leeway but not a lot) or accusations of cheating would cause a furore. so the RNG is programmed to keep the balance. Let me repeat that again, this is a program and therefore a program must be PROGRAMMED. When you think about this, you can see things from a different angle, you have to look at a balance of PROBABILITY over 1000 spins, over that amount of spins you would expect the zero (or any other single number) to hit 27 times, now what if you had spun 740 times without the zero showing, this is called a no show number and is of great importance to many pro’s because given there is only 260 spins left to complete the 1000, that zero has to land 27 times in 260 and that belies its odds of 35/1…… now I hear you all poo pooing that, but why??… if you have some smartass doing it at Blackjack, he’s a clever top notch fella, but the idea of that same guy doing it at Roulette would be thought of as a pratt….. its the same guy…… why ,oh why, do casinos kick you out if you walk in there carrying a computer or even some calculators. Even Vegas has floorwalkers and cameras watching for the "cheats", why bother if they can’t lose……. these RNG’s are programmed to level out any blips and keep all things favourable to punter and house, so all this blurb about the program has no memory and doesn’t know what it last spins were, c’mon guys, were in the computer age, surely your not all that naive. Just nip into the programs history on your own play, you’ll soon see what numbers you’ve been spinning……. no memory my arse…… just write to Bill Hill and tell ’em that they deducted money from your account when they should have credited it with £50, they’ll put you straight in no uncertain terms, you’ll get short shrift with them cos they’ll reel of your last 200 numbers, 100 either side of where you queried…… hahaha….. no memory indeed. How do I know this, boys, I’ve been there and been kicked out, I have to play under my daughters name now……. I am surprised how many who actually knock this, haven’t really looked into it. Play ’em at their own game, you can do it, but you have to learn to count……<br>:biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:

MrE