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Who Joseph Jagger Was Know About Him No, Joseph Jagger is famously named one of the men who smashed the bank at Monte Carlo, and not the true name of the lead singer of Rolling Stones, Joseph Jagger, who brought the mechanical-turned-legend to the table of the roulette, and beat it much as any other guy did before. The legend goes. The Anecdotes and Systems of Play by Hon published about the Monte Carlo book. Victor Bethell wrote in 1901, but the legacy is perhaps more important. The tale is intriguing. What Did He Do? For short, Joseph Jagger or Jaggers theorized that there is no full Roulette wheel, suggesting that some choose different wheel areas than others, And, in addition, some of them would benefit each other greatly. He pointed out why he just did that and worked on making bets with a team of six workers on the favourites segment of the wheel. Presumably they broke the Monte Carlo Bank and wandered away with the current equivalent of £12 million, which was supposed to be 120,000 at that time. What he allegedly proves was that his thrust is correct,

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