Secrets of Winning Roulette

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Cardoza Pub., 1998 - Roulette - 208 pages
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For the player who wants to learn everything there is to know about roulette, this is the definitive guide. Packed solid with hard-hitting and controversial information, Secrets of Winning Roulette is a valuable resource for learning the numerous techniques and systems that have been used by professional gamblers who consistently overcome the casino advantage.

This book presents every effective method of exploiting or manipulating the game of roulette, whether by the player or the house, whether easy or difficult, whether legal or not.

The author breaks down the many techniques, strategies, and devices for overcoming the house advantage at roulette into four general categories: Biased Wheels, Betting Systems, Ball Control, and Prediction. An entire chapter is devoted to visual tracking, a highly skilled method of prediction.

For those new to the game, Secrets of Winning Roulette covers the basics of play; the odds and payoffs; how to bet the single, combination, and outside bets; and the basics traits and peculiarities of the roulette game and layout.

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About the author (1998)

Marten Jensen, the "Doctor of gambling" is the best-selling author of seven books on beating the casino. He's devoted over 30 years as a professional player, mathematician, and computer engineer to the study of beating casino games. His books are packed with concise, powerful information and are focused on actual winning techniques.

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