The Roulette Formula

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Includes ingenious layout strategies using six-pack concepts, elusive formulas for arranging the numbers on the wheel, secret formulas for predicting the exact number, tracking ball movements.
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Overview

Includes ingenious layout strategies using six-pack concepts, elusive formulas for arranging the numbers on the wheel, secret formulas for predicting the exact number, tracking ball movements.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412075947
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/16/2005
  • Pages: 152
  • Sales rank: 1,050,215
  • Product dimensions: 0.33 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 11.00 (d)

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BA in American Studies 1985 at the University of Hawaii Manoa. Studying American history and the American mind-set and subcultures: teenagers, gypsies, and gamblers to name a few.

Gaming professional: roulette, poker, and paramutual betting expert: greyhound and jai alai handicapper.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2006

    Roulette's Holy Grail

    'The Roulette Formula,' by Kimo Li, is not an easy read. However, the concepts will blow your mind. In Christopher Pawlicki's book, 'Get the Edge at Roulette: How to Predict Where the Ball Will Land,' and Russell T. Barnhart's book, 'Beating the Wheel,' these authors talk about a man named William Nelson Darnborough. They describe Mr. Darnborough's ability to wheel watch and track numbers. They tease us about this wonder system. But they do not tell us how it works because it is too complex to explain. After years of rumors that such a system once existed, one man comes forward and offers the secret to the world, Kimo Li. 'The Roulette Formula: How to Predict the Exact Number,' by Kimo Li, is the Holy Grail of roulette. Kimo Li will show you how Mr. Darnborough beat the game of roulette without the so called secret partner whom supposedly gave him signals.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2006

    American Roulette Decoded

    If you like solving puzzles, you will enjoy this book. Kimo Li has genuinely sovled the mystery behind the creation of the American roulette wheel. Using the Roulette Formula equals if not exceeds the impact that was generated from counting cards in blackjack. Perhaps it is the the greatest secret ever revealed in modern times. Everything Kimo Li claims is true. I have applied only one of many concepts and have been consistently winning at the tables. Kimo Li is truly a 'master' of roulette.

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