# science of roulette Roulette-Bet

## Win roulette only with physics (scientific prediction) Roulette-Bet

Winning strategy There are two ways to win at roulette and both are based on the science of physics: Hope you get an unbalanced wheel and be prepared to exploit this handy fact. Base your strategy off of the deterministic nature of the spin of the ball and the wheel. Casinos will do their best …

## Gonzalo García Pelayo roulette strategy explained Roulette-Bet

Previous chapters: The roulette bias winning method of García Pelayo Betting system for biased wheels As we can observe, if we have a thousand spins taken from a truly random table, without bias, we would hardly find the most spun number having something beyond 15 positives. Likewise, we have a soft limit for the best …

## The roulette bias winning method of García Pelayo Roulette-Bet

This the exact method used by Gonzalo García Pelayo and his family, to spot biased roulette wheels and win millions from Brick and Mortar Casinos. Unfortunately it can not be applied to RNG online roulette, but it can be applied in online casinos offering live dealer roulette. How to spot biased wheels In order to …

## Betting system for biased wheels Roulette-Bet

How to bet on a biased wheel When we find a wheel which has passed the HARD limit, the procedure to follow is to bet every number which is in positive. If only the SOFT limit has been surpassed, we used to execute a cut on those numbers which positives didn’t pass from +8 in …

## 7 methods to predict roulette numbers Roulette-Bet

Is it possible to win at the roulette tables? There are people who have actually, provably managed to do so. Despite many proposed “systems” there are only two profitable ways to play roulette. One can either exploit an unbalanced wheel, or one can exploit the inherently deterministic nature of the spin of both ball and …

## Introduction to roulette Roulette-Bet

The game of roulette has a long, glamorous, inglorious history, and has been connected with several notable men of science. The origin of the game has been attributed, perhaps erroneously, to the mathematician Blaise Pascal. Despite the roulette wheel becoming a staple of probability theory, the alleged motivation for Pascal’s interest in the device was …

## Mathematical Proof that Progressions cannot overcome Expectation Roulette-Bet

In “The Casino Gambler’s Guide,” Allan Wilson provided a mathematical proof of the fallacy that a progression can overcome a negative expectation in a game with even payoffs. This is why we say “mathematical systems do not work“. This article expands on Wilson’s Proof and provides the proof that progression systems cannot overcome a negative …