Roulette History

In America, roulette has become one of the favorite games of gangsters. Near it was always going to color as a criminal, and high society, the distinction between what was a fairly thin. And sometimes it does and does not exist.

Here is a list of those lucky ones who managed to win over the "ferris wheel". In 1873, at the Monte Carlo casino, a British engineer Joseph Jaggers shod casino a couple of hundred thousand dollars. Some argue that he won 325 thousand dollars.

Whatever it was the most amount of Jaggers got much less, since he used the six accomplices, who were watching the tables in the casino, recording the winning numbers. While no video cameras and vigilant protection it was still possible. Jaggers carefully analyzed all the figures given to him, and came to the conclusion that only one table has repeating sequence. Coming next to the casino, he played him.

Another lucky one who managed to win at roulette something around 2 million dollars, was a Spanish producer Gonzalo Garcia Pelayo. During a game of roulette, he took advantage of a proven method of Jaggers. Only instead of accomplices invited his relatives, whose task was to watch the falling numbers at different tables.

"Proshpioniv" so for some time, they figured out what tables for winning numbers fall more often. Although it was not quite fair play, Pelayo took his winnings, but after such a feat other casinos banned him and his family to play in their establishments. It is not surprising that many Hollywood stars, singers, actors and producers like to play roulette and some manage to break even very good money, no worrying about how many zero luck on the Ferris wheel.