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Easy cash with roulette.
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Perhaps the first truly famous roulette player was Joseph Jagger also known as “The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo“. In 1873, Jagger had the great idea that not all roulette wheels were perfect, and so employed several people to track the numbers on every roulette wheel in Monte Carlo’s famous casino. After several days of study, Jagger was certain that one wheel was showing a bias towards nine numbers in particular. Over the course of several days, Jagger was then able to exploit this bias in order to win around £65,000, or the equivalent of well over £3.5 million in today’s terms. Just a few year’s later, Monte Carlo would once again see itself defeated in spectacular fashion by a roulette player. In July 1891, a small-time criminal from London named Charles Wells showed up with a few thousands pounds he had made on a fraudulent invention and managed to “break the bank” — winning all of the money stored at the table — at every table he played at over the course of about eleven hours. He repeated that feat again in November, winning over a million francs in both cases. Unlike Jagger, Wells had no secret; he later admitted his run was simply a combination of luck and the use of a very aggressive martingale system. Another famous gambler who won enormous amounts of money on roulette in recent years was Gonzalo Garcia-Pelayo. Though there had been over 100 years since Jagger found those biased wheels in Monte Carlo, Garcia-Pelayo ventured that there would still be wheels that could be exploited if he looked hard enough. Sure enough, he found a wheel at the Casino de Madrid, and ultimately won over £1.5million
Sorry ptcscrutiny I was just checking a few things out, it's been a while since i've been on this blog thanks.