Print Topic - Archive

Roulette Forum | www.RouletteForum.net  /  General Discussions  /  No Zero Roulette (Not BetVoyager)
Posted by: Pactole, November 19, 2010, 11:53am
Hi,

Do you know any other roulette live wheel with no zero?

I think BetFair used to have a no zero wheel but I think they removed it (I could not find it on their Website).

The only one I know is the one from BetVoyager.
Posted by: Poit, November 19, 2010, 12:32pm; Reply: 1
BetVoyager used to be really good... now they are fairly crap, although they don't have a "house edge" they do have LARGE fees taken from winnings.... read the fine print... as far as im aware betfair still has no zero roulette, but if you say you cant find it, your probably correct.. (I would check, but I can't lol, betfair = australian, I = australian, laws prevent me from using it... stupid I know)..

other sites? with no zero? no idea sorry
Posted by: Monty, November 19, 2010, 4:28pm; Reply: 2
Poit what's going on, you usually love moving these threads that aren't a roulette system  ;)
Posted by: Poit, November 20, 2010, 7:14am; Reply: 3
Quoted from Monty
Poit what's going on, you usually love moving these threads that aren't a roulette system  ;)


oh yea.... *MOVED*
Posted by: rotcidok, January 14, 2011, 8:33am; Reply: 4
It looks like  at the moment only betvoyager has several no house edge roulettes ( can't find no zero  roulette at betfair).
Posted by: Hrhfish, March 4, 2011, 4:00pm; Reply: 5
I have done a study with bet voyager. Your point about not winning after you make a withdrawal I have found that to be true. I have done a study with bet voyager. A friend of mine who is an expert mathematician and software program has told me that online casinos algorithms combined with the software do not cheat in the true sense of the word. They figure out your strategy and betting patterns. When I saw the Google ads for bet voyager stating fair odds and games without house edge I was curious.

The first time I tried I was playing with a dozens strategy. I was doing well and got the pot up to 244 euros. I withdrew 140 and left 100 in the account. I never got ahead again. In fact the account is down to 2.5 euros. At least I made on my initial deposit of 50 euros.

I decided to use my change to do a study with penny bets. I did a full cover in the no zero game with 34 singles and one split and made the same bet on auto run. Every time bet voyager found the split in under 20 goes on occasions it found it first time 2 times in a row. Then I reversed the bet with one split and no straights. I left it on auto run and guess what? It took over 30 -50 goes and after ten attempts it never hit it first go.

According to my mate you never play computer generated games for more than 25 minutes.   That's how long it takes for the algorithms to figure out your strategy. After my experience I would say avoid playing the computer generated games stick with live tables. At least if you clock the tables and watch the bias on a real table even online you can have some success. I think they should outlaw computer generated gaming because it allows for casino's to cheat and it is difficult for punters to prove it.    

ps. Betfair took their no zero off because punters were seriously rinsing it. They lost a lot of money.
    
Posted by: Salty Gibbon, March 6, 2011, 6:46pm; Reply: 6
Betvoyager is scammy.

They advertise it as no house edge but take 10% of any winnings.

It sucks even more because I have found that I win more on Playtech casinos with single zero than I do on Betvoyager.

Don't trust BV.
Posted by: Poit, March 6, 2011, 11:41pm; Reply: 7
Quoted from Salty Gibbon
Betvoyager is scammy.

They advertise it as no house edge but take 10% of any winnings.

It sucks even more because I have found that I win more on Playtech casinos with single zero than I do on Betvoyager.

Don't trust BV.


Very true.... in the beginning they were ok. They allowed as many accounts as you like (lol, so i naturally exploited this, and had like 20 accounts). made about 1000 euro profit, then left them after they wised up..... ill never play there again
Posted by: Atmos, September 14, 2011, 7:05pm; Reply: 8
Hello,

For me, the 10% of the winnings are not a problem because there is no temporal obligation. You can play all the life without house edge. On the long term, you are automatically winner against a traditional roulette with a zero. Betvoyager > Playtech
Posted by: warriorfullights, September 28, 2011, 8:29pm; Reply: 9
Why would they remove zero in a Roulette wheel in the first place. It doesn't actually makes sense at all. I would say playing on online casinos like William Hill is much better than those cheap gambling sites that all they do is to cheat you on your money.
Print page generated: October 26, 2014, 7:28pm