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"This is the Best Comp Roulete Strategy"|| All Comp No Nuts

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  1. Definitely not interested in comp systems. Alex lost $450 to get maybe a free room. But you were only playing 10 minutes. What if you were playing 4 hours? You lose 5 grand so you can get a free room. Maybe that’s why casinos have 80 floors and 2000 rooms available

  2. Interesting take on a $200 system they had on a little bit ago. Does that $25 per roll really make that big of difference for comps? Seems like the $200 system is better cause you win $25 per hit, so you can actually recover from a donk. But I don’t know what that does to comp value as I don’t really understand how all that works.

    1. Totally agree. This is basically that Star Destroyer system without the winning opportunity.

  3. So you are gonna lose like $1000 after 4 hours to win a comp for a room that costs less?? I’m I confused ?

    1. People mix it up. Most people with systems and are serious about gambling watch streaks, hi/lo, red/black, odd/even and columns etc… maybe you need to pay for more detailed guidance.

  4. I am sooo not a fan of those who play just for comps. If I play, I’m trying to win something…if comps are part of it, that’s a plus. But if the goal is only comps/play all day, then you can also lose a bunch…and the comp won’t equal what you lost playing something like this. Not for me.

  5. I say, if you get hit with your first loss, tgen play another grapefruit or peach system to gain back your loss and then go back to this comp grinding system. Don’t be content with walking away with a loss just for earning comp points

    1. Like a mango and kiwi system but with less seeds and it makes it close to a carrot but not quite a patato .

    2. @pavan kalyan they use grapefruit as the best rating for a system which is considered to be a good system. The peach is the next best rating. Just watch the end of any video to see the ratings they give for each system

    3. “play another grapefruit or peach system to gain back your loss”
      Why not just win money and forget about trying to play for Comps? You make it sound so easy to make money playing roulette.

    4. @JackAce y Dude, really? I disagree with a lot of what you said. First, my comment was replying about the content of the video. In the video they say it is a great comp strategy or a great play all day strategy. With all the possibilities to push and the few that can lose or make a profit, it could be a way to play for a while with a pretty high overall bet for comps. I merely stated before that with your first loss of $225 and only having three numbers to make a little bit of profit, that if your goal is to get comps, then I would not keep playing the strategy after the loss, but I would switch to play one of the better strategies they’ve shown, meaning to try to gain that money back, and then if that happened, go back to the reason for this video/strategy, which is getting comp value. I never said that I wanted or would play only for comps. I never said that I would even play this strategy. I was just commenting that if there is a loss maybe do one of the better strats they’ve shown to gain your loss back. Of course there is no foolproof strat and even the good strats can lose, and eventually any strat you play for a lengthy period would lose, blah, blah, blah, but obviously with this strategy if you have a loss there is no way you are going to be able to make up for that loss with only three winning numbers that profit a small amount compared to your bet. And finally, it’s you, not me that makes it sound so easy to make money or to play roulette when you say “Why not just play to win money.” That makes it sound easy when you say that.

  6. You only get around 20% of your expected loss back in comps.
    There were 19 spins here so the expected loss was $225 x 19 x 5.26% = $224.87 and you’d expect to get back only $44.97 in comps.
    It’s not wise to *only* play for comps. Just play to have fun and try to recover some of your losses with comps.

  7. Alex showed me this when I was at Casino Quest a couple weeks ago. I proceeded to donk it twice in a row at the Cosmo. Alex Kim ruined my life 😂 but I recouped it on the craps table

  8. In Oklahoma where I play, there is a $1 ante per hand. Why not do this on ETG with no ante and more spins peer hour?

  9. Comp system you can win (a lot) on

    Buy in for 290 (I like to have 3 bullets)

    Put 100 dollars on 1st 12 and 2nd 12, put 10 dollars on 9 numbers on the 3rd 12

    Hit 1st 12 or 2nd 12, profit $10

    Hit a number on the 3rd 12, $70 profit

    I prefer to walk away at $200 profit

    87% chance of a profit, 24% chance of a number hit. Can stay at a wheel for a long time with this,

    if it’s a little too steep, just cut everything in half and buy in for 145.

    Additional step if you’re superstitious like me, once a number or a wack hits, switch the coverage (hits black 24, move your 1st or 2nd 12 over to the 3rd 12, cover the numbers with 9 chips on the stack you just moved)

  10. This would be a great system to get Lucky Lauren’s opinion on, since she used to talk about the comp potential.

    Other than that, does the pit boss penalize your rating when it’s clear you’re pushing on every number?

  11. Settle down boys. This is entertainment. Everyone knows there’s no way to beat the odds. Just watch and smile.

  12. This can be a system to win and comp
    Better with euro wheel
    200 per spin
    25 on 5 corners
    75 on 3rd column

    Profit 25 per hit

    Or add 10 on a zero or number straight up

    210 per spin
    Get 15 profit per hit or the straight up jackpot for 140 profit

  13. A couple of questions:
    1. What if you did a hybrid of this system and a martingale on two dozen bets? The downside would obviously be if you start pressing up against your bankroll or table limit after getting whacked.
    2. How does this play out on a triple zero wheel? I assume that since this is a comp system and not a winning play you would not really care but upside would be further limited?

  14. Never understood the whole comp points system. I play these systems and some high limit slots. I’m pearl status (was gold last year from tier match at my local casino) and the comps were amazing. I get $200-$400 free play, $250 resort credits, and 4 free rooms every month. But still get these in pearl status. I’m not a high roller (definitely a broke degen haha). But playing these type of strats seem to be pretty beneficial IMO. I take maybe $2000 budget at my favorite casino Park MGM on four day trips. One day to have fun at down town for like $500. Always a good time.

  15. Just wondering how to send in a system to try… I tried it on the app and always on the positive side… would love to hear the input from you guys

  16. Gambling is streaky… I’ve seen donks win constantly on “great” systems and bad systems win a lot… Biased wheel, bad luck, good luck etc… But like Alex said at 2:46, this is not to win… Just to play all day for comps.

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