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May 18, 2014, 01:21:22 PM
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I have the intention of writing an e-book of some sort on my methods of playing blackjack and roulette, and, checking on internet, everyone seems to be selling those methods certain methods (edit for making understand better) for cheap prices or selling stupid softwares that doesn't help at all to win(I'm talking about the roulette systems)
If you were searching for a good method to pass your time by, not following the statistics of the common rules, but you, like me, likes to break the rules of the common sense, If I would make this ebook can I put it as donationware?
Since when my methods works I hit big, and I always make the "mistake" of cashing out everything( example: https://blockchain.info/tx/f6e68f0711d0a4dbd692450a1bf1f4541bca7a39647e31d453fb280707c0e265 ) starting from little sums like 0.03 or lower just because after a certain point i get scared of making mistakes.
What do you think, should I reveal "my secret tecnique"?
Now you are thinking, okay, here's another guy that wants money for something we already know. Exactly the opposite, I never looked at the hints of the statistical rule book where you must hit another card when you have an xy point.
It worked in both sides, both live dealer(in a bitcoin casino I won't say the name even if it's pretty easy to findout viewing my comments on the forum) both software (worked in 2 bitcoins casinos)

Just tell me how much of you would like to read my future book Smiley
I don't actually care about the donation part, it will only be destined to keep my winning streak going on Wink

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May 18, 2014, 01:59:36 PM
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I have the intention of writing an e-book of some sort on my methods of playing blackjack and roulette, and, checking on internet, everyone seems to be selling those methods certain methods (edit for making understand better) for cheap prices or selling stupid softwares that doesn't help at all to win(I'm talking about the roulette systems)
If you were searching for a good method to pass your time by, not following the statistics of the common rules, but you, like me, likes to break the rules of the common sense, If I would make this ebook can I put it as donationware?
Since when my methods works I hit big, and I always make the "mistake" of cashing out everything( example: https://blockchain.info/tx/f6e68f0711d0a4dbd692450a1bf1f4541bca7a39647e31d453fb280707c0e265 ) starting from little sums like 0.03 or lower just because after a certain point i get scared of making mistakes.
What do you think, should I reveal "my secret tecnique"?
Now you are thinking, okay, here's another guy that wants money for something we already know. Exactly the opposite, I never looked at the hints of the statistical rule book where you must hit another card when you have an xy point.
It worked in both sides, both live dealer(in a bitcoin casino I won't say the name even if it's pretty easy to findout viewing my comments on the forum) both software (worked in 2 bitcoins casinos)

Just tell me how much of you would like to read my future book Smiley
I don't actually care about the donation part, it will only be destined to keep my winning streak going on Wink

If your book has any strategy on how to win roulette , any dice game or any purely luck based game , nobody with half a brain is going to pay anything or even care to read it.

Blackjack strategy sounds interesting , but I don't understand how it can be lengthy enough to be a book. (Blackjack seems simple enough to me)
And I'm not sure if its purely luck based or if it needs any skill.

I would be interested in reading a book about poker or any skill based gambling game for that matter and would even pay for it.

Good luck with your project , please don't make another strategy to win a negative expectation game,

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May 18, 2014, 02:43:38 PM
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Well, yeah, I know what you are thinking for the roulette, I know that, my main game is Blackjack, and that's why I won't sell it for a defined price, because it will be very short/simple.

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May 19, 2014, 02:54:39 AM
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If everybody are selling those "methods" instead of using themselves is because they dont work and are garbage.. dont join them.


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May 19, 2014, 03:58:33 AM
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I be interested just to learn something new.
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May 19, 2014, 06:35:00 AM
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If everybody are selling those "methods" instead of using themselves is because they dont work and are garbage.. dont join them.


Thats why I Will not sell int but donations accepted Roll Eyes

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