Are using Roulette systems banned in casinos?
For example, using betting systems that people use online, are they banned at real casinos? Such as Martingale, 2 to 1, number sets, etc. Are they banned in real casinos?
- mr.longshotLv 68 years agoFavorite Answer
NO.. Casinos encourage them. Roulette is the most perfect house game ever invented. They will provide you with paper and pencil to keep track of whatever.. The only thing I know that is banned in a casino is counting cards at the 21 table. And of course any electronic device a person takes around the machines to cheat. Or any out right card swapping ect.
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- Vegas MattLv 78 years ago
Banned? Are you kidding? Call the casino ahead of time, and tell them you want a $20,000 line of credit and you're going to play roulette with a Martingale system. They'll comp you a suite, all of your meals, and any shows you want the entire time you're here.Source(s): Professional Gambler living in Las Vegas
- Ranger4402Lv 78 years ago
If you have a gaming system that does not involve cheating, then the casino will welcome you with open arms.
Gambling has been around for so long that if any systems did work, there would be no more casinos.
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- GloriaLv 44 years ago
Write an ebook on how you win at roulette. Sell it. Retire.
- Anonymous8 years ago
No, in fact they are welcomed because they do not work. If you use them, you will get great things such as free hotel stays, free meals, show tickets, spa treatments, but you will NOT make money.Source(s): http://www.Sportsbook-Ratings.net
- JamesLv 48 years ago
No, theses systems are not banned, mostly because none of them work.
- DeltaSigChi4Lv 58 years ago
No. Martingale does not work because of table limits.