Not really. That's still relying on luck. What I mean by that is the odds to win doing this technique is only a 47.4% chance of winning. So you're still hoping for the odds to side on your favor for a short amount of time, before the odds begin to truely show (if that makes sense). In other words, the more bets you attempt this technique, the more likely you'll lose more since the odds are still in favor of the casino (due to 0 and 00).
exactly...its not the "coin flip" that ppl think it is. the only game that is somewhat of a coin flip is baccarat...but even then if u bet on the bankers hand (lets just say, heads for this example) u still have to pay a 5% comission on ur bet, which eliminates the edge that a person may think they have.
some people really think because they go to casinos sometimes, they know their sh*t..false. i work in 2 of them, one full-time, & one part-time, because some people dont tip so i need a 2nd job (i'm cool with it tho, i have a nice resume, but hate the office scene, i like the interactions with people) i have over 5,000 hours on a crap table alone, & this is the game which has the best odds for a player as far as payouts go, etc. trust me, i have seen soooooo many systems fail, its ridiculous. i have even tried a few myself...they dont work. sometimes, somebody gets lucky, sure, but that doesnt mean it'll work in an hour if u walk away & come back. a hot roll, or a good shoe, is what everybody wants, players get paid, dealers should be tipped, & the same player that got paid will spread the word & their friends will come play....1 out of i estimate 5 of the friends will win something.
do urself a favor...look at ur electric bill...then walk into a casino...imagine what that electric bill is (5,000 slot machines, 100 more computer screens attached to each table game, ac/heating, lighting, 24 hour 365 day business. numerous grills, stoves, vacuums, shufflers, tv screens, etc...i can go on all day) now think about how much money that casino makes, they can pay them bills, plus still afford to pay every person on staff & make a profit, also after giving the state their cut. gambling & casinos have been around for a very long time, if there was a system that worked, it would've been utilized & there wouldnt be that many casinos these days, because some of them would go out of business....sh*t they even offer free alcohol at most of them