Thursday, April 10, 2014

Aces Casino Blog "Short Attention Span Theater:" How a Consortium From Half-Way Around the Globe Mastered The Art Of Predicting Roulette Wheel Bias


Nobody likes a cheater.

That is, nobody except the top Orange County casino party company on the west coast, as in Aces Casino Entertainment.  Yes, 'tis true - We DO love the cheaters, the miscreants, the malcontents, the scourges of the casino industry.  We love them, because they always fun to watch them go down in flames when busted by the law that governs the casino industry.

These scofflaws DO take their best chance, and some get away with their cheating for awhile (Ed. Note: Some, like Ken Uston, "get away with it" in perpetuity.) .... That's what makes their stories that much more fun to delve into.  So, we here at Aces Casino thought that we should pay homage to these cheaters that try to beat the casinos, and give them their own month in the light of day here at the ol' blog.

To that end, we proudly present, courtesy of the top Orange County casino night party company in SoCal, our April theme of the month -- Cheaters, Bad Guys and Swindlers!"  Today, we try to answer the question, "seriously, is there ANY bias in Roulette wheels that a player can take advantage of?  Friends, today is your day -- Check out this edition of "Breaking Vegas -- Roulette Assault!"

(Ed. Note: This particular subject of analyzing Roulette wheel bias has caused considerable debate over here at the offices of Aces Casino as to whether this should be considered 'cheating.'  We'd love to hear your take on this..  Drop us a comment, and we'll put them on an upcoming blog post on this subject.)


And they said it couldn't be done.. (Actually, I think I said that.)

Hope you enjoyed this look at the part of the games that people don't normally think about..... We'll be back next time with another story surrounding the players that look to cheat the games they love... See you later!

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