A high-winning gambler who uses "simple mathematics" to succeed at roulette has been barred from yet another casino after turning a tidy profit this week.
Balvinder Sambhi, 50, from Stourbridge, was gambling in Manchester’s Napoleons Casino on Tuesday night with two "clients" he had been offering expert advice to, when the trio, he says, scooped £1,000 each on the roulette wheel.
Balvinder said that he got his marching orders from casino bosses after collecting his winnings the following morning.
“I’m not a cheat,” he told Birmingham Live, “I’m winning fair and square. These casinos want losers, they don’t want gamblers.”
Over the years, Birmingham Live has carried Balvinder’s allegations of being banned from Birmingham’s Broadway Casino, Five Ways, Rainbow Casino, Edgbaston, and the Grosvenor Casino on Broad Street.
Balvinder says he is walking proof roulette is not all about luck. And he has penned a book about his system, “Breaking The Roulette Wheel”.
He has travelled to Amsterdam and Frankfurt and won big on high-roller tables.
He said: “On Tuesday, I was playing only two numbers on the roulette wheel and still won.
“The bizarre part is I had to become a member at Napoleons to get my money, then they banned me. Basically, I had to become a member to be banned.
“Experts have always said that winning at roulette is just down to luck. But I’ve developed a system based on simple mathematics which helps me win every time I play.”
In 2019, Balvinder told the Sunday Mercury: “I have had 320 winning days and only 19 losing days since June, 2018.
“I have taken around £70,000 off the casino in 16 months playing a small £200 bankroll. I’ve never lost with my system over a sustained period and the casinos don’t like that. Some days I win a little and some days a lot. My biggest single daily win was just over £4,000.
“But the fact is I was winning consistently and nobody has ever done that before with roulette.”
The A&S Leisure Group, which runs Napoleons, said the Data Protection Act prevented them from commenting on Balvinder’s claims.
But two years ago a spokesman for Birmingham’s Broadway Casino was more forthcoming.
He said: “People have been playing the roulette for 200 years. If Mr Sambhi was winning consistently he wouldn’t be coming into a casino in Birmingham. He would be a millionaire and playing elsewhere in the world.”
Balvinder has shared his “casino busting” system with readers. He has dubbed it the “two corner fraction betting system”.
The system sees Mr Sambhi play eight numbers by placing a chip on two “corners”.
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He waits 12 spins where the numbers 8, 9, 11, 12 AND 26, 27, 29, 30 do not win.
Then he places two chips on two corners, to ensure he wins if the ball lands in 8,9,11, 12 or 26, 27, 29 and 30.
He then waits another 12 losing spins with no winning appearance of those numbers, before repeating the bet – which he says offers him odds of 4.5/1.
Balvinder said: “I’ve never lost with my system and the casinos don’t like that. I even deliberately lose on some days to give the casino a little back so I am not seen as a constant winner.”
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