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    Seven 19's in a row

    ...on a roulette wheel at the Rio in Las Vegas earlier this week.

    the odds of this happening ...about 3 billion to 1

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    Four 20's and another 19 in the sequence of sixteen spins for good measure!

    The pick was snapped/tweeted by poker pro Jeff Romano.
    More details at http://www.lasvegassun.com/blogs/kat...ght-19s-and-y/
    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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    All that can happen... ¡happen!

    Cheers.

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    Actually, as between 19 and 15 there 2mm thick border, we can say that there are nine 19's in row. I once spinned four 14's in row. The Players were really happy. So what was the reaction here?

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    I think the main reaction was that all the local newspapers are asking the casino whether the wheel is properly balanced and calibrated!

    No word on whether any players won big.

    I guess some of your players must have jumped on the 14s?
    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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    I read a story in spanish and think it was a no dealer (electro) I don´t know... we have to find really... even so... effectively “the dealer” 9 of 19 are almost... equal as your record of 4 (1,874.161) the most that i've seen have been 3 or 4 times series of 4 equal... Interestingly 2 times the number 34. I heard from one series of 5 at a casino in “la Coruña” It is a fallacy which deceives our eyes, since a common set that draws not our attention for example: 17,21,5,33 is equally likely that 4 out of the same number.

    The most "rare our unusual" that i've seen was a series of 17 numbers followed by the same column, the 3 (33, 27, 15, 3 etc…) precisely in playtech... I dont know if the most unusual was that they were two different hands (almost half and half) or if it were a single hand.... jajajajaja something more than 125,000.000

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