Dear roulette enthusiast,
I virtually have every system that applies virtually every principle ever conceived of in attempt to beat roulette. Save yourself time and money by avoiding systems that simply don’t work.
Virtually every system seller CLAIMS their system is a long-term winner, but virtually every system fails in the long-term. So how can you know the truth about any system without actually purchasing?
… by understanding roulette, and the ONLY legitimate principles that make it beatable in the long-term. Once you understand the principles, you can eliminate most systems that are guaranteed to fail, without risking a cent.
This page is to help you avoid wasting money on systems that do not and literally CANNOT work. Understand I’ve been purchasing, developing and testing gambling
systems for well over a decade. And my work has not been just occasional. It has been solid work — often every day of the week. You can choose whether or not to take my advice.
Many system sellers resort to incredibly dishonest ways to discredit their competitors in attempt to increase sales of their own systems. They know their system isn’t what they claim and willingly defraud their purchasers, so why wouldn’t they lie about competitors?
Often dishonest system sellers post blatantly false and malicious lies, under a variety of names, and spread false rumors on message boards.
Often the lies are made to appear they’re from people that have purchased a system — after all, that’s the best way to fool system purchasers. Furthermore, consider that players submit a non-disclosure agreement to not discuss my system with anyone without written consent from myself – it is a term of purchase. If you question me about rumors, don’t expect me to address garbage – you choose to believe whatever you want. The best way to know whether or not a system is what the system seller claims is by asking the system seller the right questions then gauging theirresponse.
I do not want any part of childish mud-slinging between system sellers, so I will not identify specific systems or their sellers. Please don’t ask me about other systems or their sellers.
Instead, I will post the following points for your consideration, then you can decide for yourself:
To overcome ANY casino game’s statistical edge (house edge) and win in the long-term, you MUST be able to predict the outcomes with sufficient accuracy. So specifically with roulette, it means your method to determine where the ball will land NEXT must be accurate enough to overcome the house edge. You don’t need to be accurate on EVERY spin — only over a number of spins. Almost every system relies on either progression betting or predicting patterns of some kind.
Progression betting is statistically guaranteed failure even without a table’s maximum bets — this is common knowledge amongst professional gamblers. The word “professional” does count for something. So either way you look at it, you can only beat a casino game if the house edge is overcome.
And to do this with roulette, you need to predict where the ball will land with sufficient accuracy. And how can you predict it? Well first consider, what are you predicting? . . . where the roulette marker will be placed on the betting table, OR where the ball will land on the wheel?
The answer is both, BUT considering the betting table is merely a “scattered” representation of the wheel, where do you think you should focus your attention — the wheel, or the betting table? Yes of course the table is EASIER … but if you focus on the betting table instead of the wheel (where it counts), you are guaranteed to lose.
Understand first the wheel’s numbers are scattered, so you need to decode them before they make any sense. Then they are further encoded by the betting table, and the casino’s know if you focus on the table, you will definitely lose.
Systems that use outside bets (such as the dozens, columns and red/black), literally CANNOT win in the long-term. It doesn’t matter what system you have!
Why? Because the outside bets do not represent the wheel in a fashion that enables you to select segments of the wheel. They are a representation of scattered/encoded segments of the wheel. And if you cover scattered segments of the wheel, it’s absolutely IMPOSSIBLE to overcome the house edge. For example, red on the betting table represents every second pocket. It doesn’t matter how you bet, what progression or strategy you use, red and black does not represent actual areas of the wheel, so covering either black or red is guaranteed failure.
A system that beats the house edge does not require any progression betting to produce a long-term profit. If a system requires progression and cannot win in the long term with flat bets only, it will lose over time,guaranteed.
If a system seller claims their system wins against random number generators, they are lying! It is absolutely impossible. For any casino game to be beatable, you must be able to predict the results with enough accuracy to overcome the house edge. And what information do you have about a random number generator that gives you ANY kind of accuracy? NONE. I am so confident of this, that I will offer anyone a US$100,000 reward that shows me a system that wins against 1,000,0000 random number generated spins. I know random number generators are easier to test with, but I assure you they cannot be beaten! You can only beat a REAL roulette wheel.
Of the hundreds of systems I have, excluding mine, only two ever worked in the long-term. And not surprisingly, they were both based on a REAL roulette wheel.
If you’ve been unable to verify a casino game has been beaten, then chances are it cannot be beaten. I mean real proof, not just someone’s word or a rumor.
You’ve no doubt heard of card counters — but they don’t win millions because they only slightly beat the house edge. But you can read of people who have won
millions with roulette. Even if they use computers, at least it’s in the news and verifiable. Links to news articles are on my site, rouletteproof.com.
Something to make you think: “On a European wheel, the ball lands on 0. Before it landed, what were the chances of it landing on 0?” Of course a mathematician will say “1 in 37”. Do you think this is correct, or is there more to it than just stating odds? Makes you think — random, or cause and effect? Unpredictable, or predictable?
Ask the system seller the following questions:
Q. Does your system win in the long-term with all online casinos, including ones that use random number generators? Does it overcome the house edge?
Before you ask this, emphasize you want a long-term winner for ALL online casinos. If they say that is what their system is, they are either blatantly lying to you, or they simply have no idea what they’re talking about. Whether you like it or not, a long term winner for all online casinos simply does not and CANNOT exist.
Q. Exactly on what principles does your system overcome the casinos edge?
If they can’t explain the exact principles, or they only give vague explanations such as they’ve discovered some secret, they are most likely lying to you. It doesn’t matter what the hype is or what their claims are, if they can’t give explanations, don’t trust them.
Q. If two players were playing the samesystem on the same table, would they make exactly the same bets?
Some systems require guesswork, so whether or not the system truly works can never be proven.
Q. Does your system use any progression betting?
Progression systems can give the short-term illusion that they work, but unless they first beat the house edge, they fail in the long term because they either eventually blow your bankroll, or you reach the table’s maximum bet.
Q. Does your system require me at all to quit when I’m up?
Whether or not leaving when you’re up is good advice is not the point. Leaving when you’re up is not a system. It is something you do with a short-term winning strategy, or if you’re playing for fun. With a system that beats the house edge, the more you play, the more you earn. It might sound like good advice to leave when you’re up, but the casino doesn’t ask you to leave when you’ve lost too much… because they know if you aren’t beating the house edge, you’ll continue to lose.
OTHER POINTS TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING A SYSTEM:
Why is the system being sold?
Are there genuine reasons for selling?
Can you verify who the system seller is?
Do they offer something like bank account details, and are they
located in a jurisdiction where laws are modern (most
English speaking countries)?
Steer clear of the Bahamas and island countries.
The authorities in the UK, USA and Australia are most vigilant in prosecuting fraudsters.
Testimonials are very easily and very frequently faked. And even if they are real, they typically represent short-term winnings only, such as “I won $1000 my first time out!”
Money-back guarantees are over-rated – they exist to convince more people to buy, but actually asking for your money back doesn’t mean you’ll get it back. You may just get excuses instead of a refund; that’s what scammers do very well. Most of the losing systems come with “unconditional 30-day” guarantees.