The Roulette Flaw Review – Is There Really a Flaw in the Roulette Table?

In this Roulette Flaw Review, I will talk about a free website that is called Roulette Flaw. According to logic, the name of the website indicates that there is a flaw in the roulette table. To my understanding, what this means is that there is a certain percentage of numbers that could possibly come up over a period of time. This simply isn’t true, and I will tell you why.

First, if you have followed the roulette system industry for any length of time, you will see right away that the system Roulette Flaw implements is known as the sleeper system. This system has been widely available on the internet for a long time, and once was even for sale on eBay.

eBay sellers would actually sell this exact same system for a penny, so that they could get the buyers to enter their casino. Since then, eBay has implemented strict selling guidelines that restrict sellers from selling downloadable information products, so these systems are not as prevalent on that marketplace.

Back on topic, the reason I believe that this system is misleading is because there is no flaw in the roulette table. What I mean here is that the Roulette Flaw system requires that you use it in an online casino. It would make sense if you were to exploit a physical roulette wheel that had a bias in it, but that is another story. If you want to find out more on physical roulette bias, search the Internet for the “Roulette Assault”, not the software, but the actual documentary.

Online casinos use something called an RNG. That stands for “Random Number Generator”. These numbers are created by computer, and people seem to think that since they are computer generated then they truly aren’t random, because real randomization requires intelligence.

That is an arguable fact, but what people don’t realize is that computers can use outside influence to affect how random numbers are created. For example, if a computer had several microphones that collect wind noise, traffic noise, animal noise, and then take the frequency from each noise and use that as a basis for randomization, then the computer develops a sense of artificial intelligence.

Don’t think for one second that the RNG in the online casino is flawed, and will produce numbers that are predictable. If they were, the casinos would be out of business.

By implementing the Roulette Flaw method, you are simply waiting for the RNG to produce numbers that consistently come up on one section of the roulette board. When the section that hasn’t come up within a determined amount of spins, the player would then place a wager. If the roulette wheel produces losing number, then the player would follow a progression in an attempt to win back their losses, plus make a gain.

Somehow this seems to indicate that there is a flaw in the roulette table, but in reality, its just roulette. Sections of the board can be missed of several spins in a row. That is why the roulette flaw system is not what it seems to be.

Double Ball Roulette – The Casino Table Game With Two Balls Spinning on the Same Wheel? That’s Right

So what is Double Ball Roulette? It’s one wheel that has two balls instead of just one rotating around the inner rim. Perhaps you’re wondering how two balls can revolve around one track without hitting each other and bounce off the table. Compressed air is used to simultaneously shoot both balls from a tube so the second ball always trails the first one, eliminating any chance of a collision. To make it more exciting, a remote control button is rotated among players to trigger the air gun and get the balls rolling.

The betting layout for Double Ball is the same as traditional Double Zero Roulette, however the payouts differ in that the player has two chances to win instead of just one.

For the outside wagers, (red, black, odd, even, etc.) both balls would have to land on the player(s) selected betting spots. For example, a bet on black would require both balls to land on black numbers in order to win. Winning payouts for the outside wagers have been increased to 3/1 instead of even money at 1/1 as in traditional roulette.

For the inside wagers, (a bet on the numbers only) either ball can win but the payouts are less than the traditional game because the player now has two chances to win per spin instead of just one. For example, a straight up bet on a single number would return 17/1 instead of 35/1. If both balls land in the same winning pocket, the bet would return 35/1.

If you never played Roulette before, I’ll detail the wagering options, winning payout amounts, and the differences between traditional and Double Ball.

Traditional Roulette: Inside

A bet on the numbers from 0,00, to 36 (38 numbers total)

  • One number (straight up) pays 35/1
  • Two numbers (split) 17/1
  • Three numbers (street) 11/1
  • Four numbers (corner) 8/1
  • Five numbers (basket) 6/1
  • Six numbers (line) 5/1

Double Ball Roulette: Inside

  • One number (straight up) pays 17/1 if either ball lands on the selected number, 35/1 if both balls do
  • Two numbers (split) 8/1 or 16/1
  • Three numbers (street) 5/1 or 10/1
  • Four numbers (corner) 7/2 or 7/1
  • Five numbers (basket) 5/2 or 5/1
  • Six numbers (line) 2/1 or 4/1

Traditional Roulette: Outside

A bet on the area outside of the numbers (twelve wagering options)

  • Red, black, odd, even, pays 1/1
  • First eighteen, second eighteen, 1/1
  • First twelve, second twelve, or third twelve, 2/1
  • First, second, or third column, 2/1

Double Ball Roulette: Outside

  • Red, Black, odd, even, pays 3/1
  • One red, one black, 1/1
  • First eighteen, second eighteen, 3/1
  • First twelve, second twelve, third twelve, 8/1
  • First, second, third column, 8/1

Remember, both balls must land in your bet selections in order for you to win your wager(s).

There is also a side bet called Double Ball Jackpot. If you think both balls will land on a certain number, make the side bet and collect 1300/1 if Lady luck is with you.

Good Luck!