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Roulette Computers

Discussion in 'Computers and Internet Geekland' started by Vicky, Apr 19, 2016.

    Apr 19, 2016
  1. Vicky

    Vicky Dormant account

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    Hello guys! Is there anybody who tried roulette computers - both for land based casinos and apps?? Read feedback of Canadian player who won $800 with its help.. and now I wonder.. is this thing really work?)) and if its worth buying..
     
  2. Apr 19, 2016
  3. Jono777

    Jono777 Meister Member CAG mm4 mm1

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    No.

    There is no such thing as a 'Roulette System' and never will be.

    Even if I dressed is disguise, used a fake passport, used the nickname '007' I would still be at the mercy of the house edge.

    Do not be drawn in and do not waste your money.

    I worked in a land based casino (various roles) and we used to laugh at the customers who thought they had a system!
     
  4. Apr 19, 2016
  5. ultra100

    ultra100 Experienced Member MM webmeister

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    "You cannot beat a roulette table unless you steal money from it." - Albert Einstein
     
  6. Apr 19, 2016
  7. fun4all

    fun4all Senior Member

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    It's old but You must register/login in order to see the link. - they got to keep the money in the end.
     
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  9. Jono777

    Jono777 Meister Member CAG mm4 mm1

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    Wow surprising read indeed!

    If that had have been me, I'd have been forced to pay back double, still be paying it when I was 150!
     
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  11. fun4all

    fun4all Senior Member

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    Yes, if you google around and read a lot about it its quite interesting.

    The system was just to use lasers and mobile phones to predict roughly where the ball was going to land, and it clearly worked. I give them kudos as this was before the time of smartphones. At least in 2004 I don't think a smartphone had launched yet.

    I find it hilarious one of the casinos (the ritz) called the police on them (obviously they were winning so must have been doing something illegal :rolleyes:). It was in my opinion bad the police also seized the money at first and they had to wait until a judge said they won it fair and square before they got it back.

    If you actually read about it when it went to court the judge said they were only using information provided to them by the casino (being able to watch the ball spin). Nothing illegal about it and fair play so they got to keep the money. Right judgement imo but you can now understand why you get restricted views of the wheel on betting terminals and using a phone at the actual table gathers the same response as drawing a loaded gun or something.
     
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