When I say “expire,” I mean actual gains over extended periods of time. I’m not talking about “lucky” gains in short periods of time.The people you could ask about this would probably be the casino employees. After all, they spend a lot of time around the roulette wheels. However, your job is not to study the wheel and the ways to beat it. Someone like a croupier, is primarily engaged in spinning the ball. If you have your own roulette at home, I assure you that you will have spun it more times than any conventional croupier. Having experience with a roulette wheel can help you understand the physics, but it is close observation that can uncover clues to the predictability of spins. I will explain this later.
If roulette could be “beat” continuously, casino employees could be expected to be consistent winning players. Over the last 15 years I have met many casino employees, including dealers, room managers, and even casino owners. It is clear that not all people have the same knowledge, but the general attitude about the concept of beating roulette is as follows:
Croupiers: Most croupiers believe that roulette can be beaten, but only under extraordinary and extremely strict conditions. For example, they can consider “wheel camber”. Essentially, this is when there is a physical defect in the wheel that causes several numbers to come out more than others.
Sometimes dealers have heard of other methods such as electronic devices (roulette computers), but only understand the use of this technology very slightly. Sometimes the casino hires a consultant who gives them a training course to help them differentiate from a professional roulette player. But instead of being a proper course, it is a quick course that only covers the basics.
Usually most dealers only have a slight understanding of legitimate methods of beating roulette. They generally know it is possible, but they never expect to see a professional player. What they do see constantly is an influx of losing players at their table.
Heads of room: These are the serious-looking employees who generally watch over a group of 2-4 roulette tables at a time. They take care of everything from disputes, communicating confidently about anything and making sure the dealers are doing their job well and everything is going smoothly.
When it comes to their knowledge about roulette prediction, they still know less than the croupiers. Again, they know that roulette can be beaten under the right circumstances, but they also know that for every 1000 players you see, you will be lucky if even one of them is a threat to casino money.
Casino owners: Many owners know very little about their own games. They see the casino as a source of profit and an investment on a very different level. After all, your job is not to be at the tables, but in an office and a boardroom. However in the smaller casinos where the boss is more involved in the work, again the owner does not know much more than a dealer. However, they are aware of the risk of professional players. They are called “advantageous players.” They know they exist. They know very well that there are professional players who have won millions in many casinos. But their outlook is at a much higher level and professional players are seen as an accepted risk, with measures to treat them. Something like a bee that can hurt you,
Like a store that bills a million dollars a year but loses $ 10,000 in theft. In other words, the store knows that it is virtually impossible to prevent theft 100%. Technically they could, but that would mean taking action that would make honest customers uncomfortable and they could lose more money than they would save. So all the store can do is follow the best processes to limit losses to thieves. And this is how casinos often view “advantage players”.