Roulette & Visual Ballistics – The Basic System

Roulette Myths Debunked

Roulette is a game of chance, and ever since its creation people have tried to develop a system for winning. One way of beating roulette is by using visual ballistics.

With this system, you visually determine where the ball is most likely to land. It sounds like an unlikely proposition but it can work. Especially on older roulette wheels which are more likely to have flaws.

The idea behind roulette visual ballistics is simple, you make calculations comparing the wheel speed versus the velocity of the ball. It all sounds easy in theory. In reality, counting how many times the wheel and ball spin is difficult.

A skill that aids visual ballistics is called rhythm counting. Illusionist Derren Brown, used it when demonstrating how he was going to ‘beat a casino’. He tapped out the wheel spins with one foot and the ball spins out with the other. Derren is a very talented man, and this skill is something mere mortals couldn’t master!

Rhythm Counting

In rhythm counting, you’re determining the wheel speed from how far the wheel moves over a set period of time equal to that of your repetitive count.

Some people use special boxes with built-in electronic that creates a vibration rhythm in order to practice how to measure the distance the wheel moves over a set time.

Roulette was originally developed in 1967 by the French mathematician Pascal Blaise. He developed the wheel during an experiment on perpetual motion devices.

His invention pioneered the mathematical field of probability and it’s the probability that determines the pay-outs of all casinos.

Due to the mathematical nature of roulette, it’s theoretically impossible to ever achieve the certainty of a win. There’s always a risk factor. Even if your visual ballistics is perfect, you can still lose, as Derren discovered!

Learning how to apply visual ballistics to roulette takes serious strength of mind. While the system has flaws, it’s still possible to beat the odds using this technique.

Online roulette has no predictive characteristics, so the system cannot be used in the virtual world – you’ll have to find an old fashion real casino to try it out.

Of course, you can always try your hand at the online version with most major bookmakers offering live roulette as part of their services.

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