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    Roulette Bot Plus (software)

    Anyone heard of this Roulette Bot?, just been looking at reviews of it (makes interesting reading), there`s several casinos that allow it to be used, (strangely enough most appear to be the brand that appear to have a system that can be manipulated) and best of all it`s free, take a peep at it ...

    http://www.youtube.com/user/RouletteBotPluscom
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    Allmost like your trolling the software. Most casinos do not allow using any kind of bots/software, and you cannot make money using this type of bot or any kind of system , so my thoughts are that its complete waste of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seventh777 View Post
    ...`s several casinos that allow it to be used...
    If I had a casino and people wanted to use a bot on a random game like Roulette where I had a house edge I'd positively encourage it - in fact I'd probably put out a rumour saying my casino had been beaten by a bot
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    If a bonus allows roulette play, and its not sticky/ghost type, money could be made. But withouth a bonus playing roulette using a bot is bad because you lose money because of the house edge, and you might break the casinos rules.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simmo! View Post
    If I had a casino and people wanted to use a bot on a random game like Roulette where I had a house edge I'd positively encourage it - in fact I'd probably put out a rumour saying my casino had been beaten by a bot
    My sentiments entirely, it looks very shady imo, i`m no software boffin but my brief knowledge of bots is that they use the same coding as the programme they are linked with, wouldn`t the makers of this bot need access to the casino software and permissions etc to encode their scripting with the casino`s?.

    It`s free also, I would estimate a fair costing to produce something like this, and they give it away for free , what with the recent behaviour of certain Playtech casino`s and the overall software provider`s lack lustre interest in what some of their casino`s do, it wouldn`t surprise me whatsoever if these bots are programmed to lure you in with some pre-programmed goodness, and once they`ve got your attention and 100% trust, take you to the cleaners.
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    I agree with Seventh777, but FREE stuff is always suspicious to me.



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    It's not free. When you download any of the casinos, I'm sure you will join the casino via an affy account.

    Why would this be? Because the affys will make $$$ off of suckers who believe systems work.

    Further - the players who sign up and use this program are in danger of having their accounts closed. Do these casinos allow bot play? Well my guess is - if they don't like what you are doing, you will be SOL.

    Here is a response from the well informed chat person at CasinoKing.com

    Jen says:
    Hey you . I have a special bonus just for you!

    Jen says:
    Anybody there? To get the bonus click here to download our secure platform.

    User says:
    do you allow bots to play roulette?

    Jen says:
    you can enjoy all the games in the casino such as roulette.

    Jen says:
    There are no robots here

    User says:
    do you allow bots?

    Jen says:
    Easy - Just download our secure Playtech platform for free and start playing!

    Jen says:
    No bots here

    Jen says:
    i'm sorry.. where are you from?

    User says:
    So I cannot use a ”bot”?

    Jen says:
    hmm..

    Jen says:
    Bye ;-)

    User says:
    a bot is software that allows you to play perfect games of roulette

    Jen says: chat ended
    In other words, she doesn't have a clue. She is only there to assist the casino in fleecing players. It's all about the money don't forget.

    In the casino's T&Cs:


    4.1.6 enter, access or attempt to enter or access or otherwise bypass the Our security system or interfere in any way (including but not limited to, robots and similar devices) with the Online Casino or the Website or attempt to make any changes to the Software and/or any features or components thereof.
    Now I'm not sure, but a casino operator who doesn't like bot play may try to impose this rule on roulette bots since you are accessing the software with a program.

    Like Simmo said, he'd allow bots if he had a casino. So would the Wizard of Odds - and that's saying something.

    When a bot is played against a true random game - the house edge is the same - you will only lose your money faster. A bot will only succeed against a non-random game where it can predict the outcome. If it's truly random, predicting the outcome is impossible.

    Those who believe otherwise have rocks in their heads.
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    Funny chat


    My favorite:

    You: Do you allow bots to play roulette ?

    Jen: There are no robots here



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    I've seen the same during a chat session I had at an MG Casino. I actually think 'Jen' is a bot herself and is programmed to answer common questions.

    When I asked questions, only key words were associated with my question and an answer irrelevant to the question was given.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate View Post
    I've seen the same during a chat session I had at an MG Casino. I actually think 'Jen' is a bot herself and is programmed to answer common questions.

    When I asked questions, only key words were associated with my question and an answer irrelevant to the question was given.

    Nate
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