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MR E<br>I have to concede that you may have a point, especially if the programme has any in-built mechanism for balancing itself out in the long run. I would doubt that this is the case, but honestly don’t know. I’ve always been extremely suspicious of on- line casinos for obvious reasons. The main one being that they can be manipulated in favour of the house. If you have been able to anticipate such practices or figure out the programme and turn it to your own benefit, then good luck. I’m pretty sure that anyone trying these casinos for the first time has a fair chance of winning because that gets the punter interested. If you carry on winning and your account is then closed, it suggests to me that the game isn’t straight and that you’ve somehow sussed it out. An honest casino will never turn away a punter from their roulette tables.